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Antonin Scalia, Eagles, and the Number 13

A great mystery surrounds the recent death of United States Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia on February 13, 2016. He was a pillar of conservative values and an uncompromising upholder of the United States Constitution. The same weekend of Scalia’s death, 13 bald eagles were found killed in Maryland, even ...

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Bringing the Curses of God Upon Ourselves

Western civilization, the civilization built upon the foundations of the Christian faith, is dying a slow death. We are being punished for willfully turning our backs on God. Once we had the blessings spoken of in Deuteronomy 28 such as prosperity and having great nations; now we are suffering the ...

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How Many Times Should I Forgive Myself?

Is it right to ask God to bless something you know you shouldn’t do? No, and you don’t want to. When I am unwilling to “come clean” and choose to lie, it puts a wall between God and me, and I feel shut off. I still talk to Him, but ...

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I Walk on the Broken Trail Again

Lord, how come I am walking on the broken trail again? I heard your small, still voice in the wind, “Child that path leads to the broken trail again.” I left your voice behind, And I walked straight ahead into the broken trail anyway. The old familiar pang of hurt and ...

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Who Is That in the Mirror? Your True Identity

To be honest, I haven’t always been James’ biggest fan. While I know the Bible doesn’t contradict itself, I’ve alway wrestled with him about his perspective on grace. Some of what James says is difficult to reconcile with salvation by grace alone. But this morning, I heard an explanation of one of ...

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