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He Knows Your Name

On June 25, the body of a four-year-old girl was found on the shore of Deer Island in Massachusetts. A woman was walking her dog along the beach, when she spotted a trash bag, which—to her horror—contained the remains of a little girl. “Baby Doe,” as she has been dubbed ...

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The Battle Over The Rainbow

Friends, since the recent decision by the Supreme Court on gay marriage, there has been a fight “over the rainbow”, including who it belongs to and what it’s supposed to mean. Rather than declare who I believe it belongs to, I’m going to suggest there is much difference between the ...

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Our Hope: The Poor Shall Not Perish

“The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God.  For the needy shall not always be forgotten; the expectation of the poor shall not perish forever.”  Psalm 9:17-18 (NKJV) As we watch current events throughout the world we live in, it is sometimes difficult to ...

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Your Vindication is Coming!

False accusations and  wrongful convictions, some carrying death sentences, occur in this country more often than most would believe. The Innocence Project indicates that currently there are 329 cases of wrongful conviction that have been exonerated by DNA, including 20 individuals who sat on death row! The reasons for these false convictions ...

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High Horses and Humility

Our president recently attended the National Prayer Breakfast. When speaking to an audience, it is not the best idea to insult and lecture those to whom you are speaking. This, however, is precisely what the president chose to do. “Prayer Breakfast.” What comes to mind when you think about those ...

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