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Eight Ways To Be A Standout Christian In A Culture Gone Mad

Rebellion, lawlessness, and civil unrest has become a regular occurrence. Among some there is no respect for law enforcement. Common sense and decency is severely lacking. If one disagrees with another, that person is called a racist or bigot. Even freedom of speech has become a lost right and privilege, ...

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America Is At A Spiritual Crossroad

I recently came across a photo on Facebook that was very telling. President Trump was praying with his U.S. Supreme Court nominee and his family. What a contrast to what is happening in our culture. Prayer is going on in the White House while rioting is occurring on the streets ...

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The Bible Has Been Labeled “Unsuitable”

What many Christians believe to be the inspired Word of God is now sixth on a list of 10 books considered to be “…most challenged and called to be banned in libraries,” in the words of Christian Post reporter, Stoyan Zaimov, because of its content and appropriateness. It has been ...

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You Are Righteous In God’s Eyes

A former pastor of mine said, “God has many dysfunctional children.” I include myself in that category. I have struggles, hurts, and a tendency to say and do wrong things, that the Bible calls a sin nature. At times I am sure I really try God’s patience. Often I have ...

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The Solution to Porn Addiction

In his book the Metaphysics of Sex, the Italian philosopher Julius Evola wrote: “In periods of decadence such as the present one, sensuality develops in the dissociated form of simple pleasure. As a result, sex becomes a kind of drug, and the addiction to it is no less profane than ...

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