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“I believe with all my heart that standing up for America means standing up for the God who has so blessed our land. We need God’s help to guide our nation through stormy seas.  But we can’t expect Him to … Continue reading

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Veteran and rabble rouser Book lover and web browser Working man and petty thief Garbage collector and police chief Saint/sinner Loser/winner Invalid/athlete Taxpayer/tax cheat PhD’s and CEO’s Fledgling rookies and seasoned pros Student and teacher Waitress and preacher President/White House … Continue reading

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As long as farmers vote for those who pay them for not farming; As long as teachers vote for those who give more dollars to education. As long as elderly vote for those who give more Medicare; As long as … Continue reading

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(I had prepared this prayer for use in my Sunday morning class.  I have asked God to help me with a blog today.  This is the only answer in my heart.  Perhaps he will touch you to pray this with … Continue reading

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  How long will the enemy mock you God? Will the foe revile your name forever? (Ps. 74:10) How did they mock? By hiding their plans and snares, saying “Who will see us?” (64:5) By spewing sharp words from their … Continue reading

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    How is this for political disarray? Isaiah 3:4-5 “I will make boys their officials; mere children will govern them. People will oppress each other – man against man, neighbor against neighbor. The young will rise up against the … Continue reading

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A RESPONSE TO “A tale of two Christianities on its knees”

Well my dear friends, you’ll find me different today.  My comments to  Michael Frost | May 3, 2017 “Mike Frost, obviously you did your research about the charitable giving of Kaepernick, you did nothing about the charitable giving of Teebow. This I … Continue reading

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“Poor me,” he laments, “‘Tis my fate written in stars,” as he makes his doom. Although I am lending a humorous touch to this haiku, it is a serious concern to me.  I was talking with a friend yesterday about … Continue reading

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and some not so important. First the important:  Seein’ as how my last post was a whole week ago, you must surely have read it by now, so this is a very timely addendum (addition?, PS?) to that blog in … Continue reading

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(From a previous FB status.  Still seems appropriate, as we still seem to be asleep.) So, I fear, we Christians slept through it again. I was blindsided by the seriousness and timing of the SCOTUS decision. Yet I probably spend as … Continue reading

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