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POLITICAL DISARRAY

    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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LACK OF ACCOUNTABILITY

“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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SOME IMPORTANT STUFF

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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THE SLEEPING CHRISTIANS

(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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HOW MEDIA SWAYS POLITICS

Today is a example of the power of media.  When I looked at the candidates who will be in the debate tonight and saw that Fiorina was left out, I thought, “For goodness sake, people will think this is a … Continue reading

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I’M OKAY, TOO BAD ABOUT YOU

Hezekiah is generally remembered as a Godly king; however, the last verse relating to his story as told by Isaiah is a very sad commentary about his later days.  Isaiah tells of the bondage to come “And some of your … Continue reading

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