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The number of Republicans speaking at the Democratic National Convention had progressives on edge. more
As Donald Trump is about to be nominated for a second term, how his presidency has already altered the orientation of his party is on display.  more
We often refer to the Democrat Party as the “Democrat Plantation.” Some think we are actually talking about a plantation. We’re not. We are talking about a mindset that keeps you restricted by beliefs that control you.  more
Our feelings are poor judges of facts. We know this from experience in our own lives and in viewing the world of men. This is true in spiritual things as well. There have been many confident of heaven that didn’t make it and others that had almost lost hope about their own state nevertheless were welcomed. It is good to consider our life and souls. more
Please turn to 1 Timothy 6:20-21. Paul’s letter to Timothy is designed to show us how we are to live and minister together in the local church today. And in this brief sentence and benediction, the Apostle Paul sums up in two phrases all his concern for the integrity of the gospel, and all of his horror of the danger of deviating from the truth of God’s Word. Specifically, he provides an exhortat more
“Let the one who boasts, boast in the Lord.” For it is not the one who commends himself who is approved, but the one whom the Lord commends. more
At this rate, Postmaster General Louis DeJoy will be lucky if he isn’t arrested and tried for treason before a people’s tribunal. more
If the definition of racism is deliberate discrimination based on race, color or national origin, Yale University appears to be a textbook case of “systemic racism.”   more
Why I’m joining the fight against Jackson’s unconstitutional ban on free speech outside an abortion clinic. more
The fundamental question for men is “How shall I live?” It isn’t simply a matter of existence, but the essence of life. The Bible teaches us that life that is truly life is knowing God (John 17). It also teaches us that we can only truly know God through Christ. The words here are for those who know Christ or who would like to know him. more
Last year, Sen. Kamala Harris may have become the first presidential candidate in history to laugh derisively at the idea that the Constitution limits what a president can do.  more
Since the death of George Floyd beneath the knee of a cop in Minneapolis on Memorial Day, the nation has been instructed by its cultural elites that this is the daily reality that a racist America has too long ignored   more
Mississippi Republican legislators voted overwhelmingly to override Gov. Tate Reeves’ veto of an education bill that stripped out $28 million in teacher bonuses for high-performing school districts. more
The Lord gives us remedies to doubts that creep in about his ability to help or his care to help when we are in a great crisis. These words are addressed to his people; those who have been redeemed by his grace. He points us away from the crisis (and doubts about him) to facts about him. more
Please turn to 1 Timothy 6:3-10. In this letter to Timothy,  Paul has been setting down the pattern and the principles for ministry and life together in the local church that he expects to see worked out in every Christian congregation in every time and in every culture. more
Yea, though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil: for thou art with me; thy rod and thy staff they comfort me.   more
Generation X and Millennials, the two largest consumer spending groups, greatly value trust and safety. Many of these individuals experienced 9/11 and now are experiencing the COVID-19 quarantine. Small businesses, as well as large ones, are looking for ways to survive a potential downturn in the economy.  So, how do you create a sense of both trust and safety in your business through your brand strategy in a time of crisis?   more
“Burn it down” is rarely a wise or prudent sentiment. more
This verse is addressed to redeemed souls, people who belong to the Lord. They have privileges that are unimaginably great. They have favor with God. Yet the present world, sin, and the devil present them with challenges that often bring distress, and shake their faith. more
Please turn to 1 Timothy 6:1-2. In the Pastoral Epistles, Paul has written to faithful servants of the Lord in order to give them the priorities for healthy local church life and ministry. In these letters, Paul has also addressed different groups within the church. For example more
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