A separate judicial district in the heart of Jackson that is tough on crime along with more state police on patrol to arrest criminals are ways to combat the rising and record crime that we in the suburbs will not escape forever.
Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 7:13-14. In these verses, Jesus contrasts two ways: a broad way, and a narrow way.
Jeremiah chapter 2 is a legal indictment from the Lord toward Israel. The Lord sends the prophet Jeremiah to Jerusalem to make his case against Israel, his covenant people. The charge is that Israel has become an ungodly nation. They have rejected the living God.
Before he appeared at his first solo news conference of 2022, President Joe Biden knew he had a communications problem he had to deal with.
It was only a matter of time before Ron DeSantis’ rising star ran into the unmovable object of Donald Trump’s will to continue to dominate the GOP.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 7:12. Here Jesus begins to speak to us about His general rule for how we are to relate to all men. We come to the passage which is known as the Golden Rule.
In Acts 16 Paul is on his second mission trip. His desire is to revisit the churches he helped establish on his first trip.
After the Berlin Wall fell in 1989 and the Warsaw Pact dissolved, the breakup of the USSR began. But the dissolution did not stop with the 14 Soviet “republics” declaring their independence of Moscow.
The Constitution must be defended — except when it must be jettisoned.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 7:6. In this text the Lord Jesus says that though he has called us not to be hypercritical, he has not called us to be without discernment.
As we begin the New Year, we are reminded in Psalm 90 of how quickly time passes and the need we have to make sure of our standing with God. Moses, who wrote the psalm, gives us facts about God and this world that clarify that need.
The fullness of time, and now the omicron wave, have made it obvious how preposterous the chief lines of criticism against Donald Trump were during the pandemic.
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 7:1-5. Having addressed the issues of the Christian’s character, his influence,
Psalm 110:1 reads, “The Lord says to my Lord: “Sit at my right hand, until I make your enemies your footstool.”
As 1991 turned into 1992, America appeared to have arrived at the apogee of its national power and world prestige.
We can never look at this wonderful passage too much. Whenever I consider seeing certain people from biblical history in heaven,
Please turn in your Bibles to Matthew 6:25-34. Worry is the respectable sin. Christians know that they are not supposed to murder, commit adultery, or lie, or cheat, or steal, or,
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