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The children caught up in the immigration enforcement last week are victims of their own parents’ lawlessness.
  • Colossians 3:16


Colossians 3:16



Colossians 3:16



Colossians 3:16



GETTING THE MESSAGE/Colossians 3:16
    We know from Scripture that the difference between superficial faith and sincere faith is a matter of life and death. The approbation of the good is not the same as love of it. So how do we judge our own sincerity? It is connected to our regard for, and our love of God’s word.
  • DUNCAN/Surprised by suffering?
    Please turn to Hebrews 2:10-13. When trials and disappointments, and crises and sufferings come, do you ever find yourself surprised? Does it ever hit you out of the blue and knock you off balance? 
  • President Donald Trump’s immigration agenda has always been considered exclusionary and prejudiced by progressives; now they consider it tainted by mass murder.
  • Medicaid expansion remains deeply unpopular with Mississippi voters, as recently released polling from Mason-Dixon finds and as last Tuesday’s Republican primary results certainly did not dispel. 
  • EDITORIAL/ICE raids not ‘victimless’
    Stolen identities of real Americans were being used by many of the illegals rounded up last week in Canton and other cities, unsealed court affidavits obtained by the Journal reveal.
  • GETTING THE MESSAGE/Colossians 3:15
    The Apostle Paul writes: “Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts.” Peace has a wonderful sound to it because we have troubled souls and live in a troubled world. The Bible speaks of peace in various ways.
  • DUNCAN/By the grace of God, he tasted death
    Please turn to Hebrews 2:5-9. The author of Hebrews presses on our hearts the message that we need to take the Gospel seriously by pointing us to supremacy and sufficiency of Jesus. He emphasizes that Jesus is exalted above the angels, and that the dominion of the world has been put in His hands. Quoting from Psalm 8,
  • BIBLICAL PERSPECTIVE/The message of Jesus
    Please turn to Hebrews 2:1-4. The author of Hebrews is writing to Christians who had been reared on the Torah. As such, they had an enormously high respect for the Law of God, the Word of God, for God’s deliverances, and for the miracles of the Old Testament.
  • EDITORIAL/McRae for State Treasurer
    David McRae is the most qualified candidate to be Mississippi’s next Treasurer.
  • EDITORIAL/Democrat Ryan Brown for PSC
    We’re recommending Democrat Ryan Brown for Public Service Commissioner because we don’t believe anyone on the Jackson City Council should be regulating anything.
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