BUCHANAN/Democracy vs. autocracy

So said President Franklin D. Roosevelt of Nicaraguan dictator Anastasio Somoza, and how very American. For, from its first days, America has colluded with autocrats when the national interest demanded it. 

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Crisis can help awaken Christians

David is in a crisis. He established earlier in the psalm that God delivered him from the pit of destruction and set his feet on solid ground. The Lord put a new song in his mouth, a song of praise for the salvation of his body and soul. It is this deliverance that teaches David how to respond to a crisis or tribulation.

DUNCAN/The citizens of the kingdom, Part I

Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 5:1-5. As we continue our study in the Gospel of Matthew, we now come to the Sermon on the Mount where our Lord gives us a picture of the life of those who are members of His kingdom

So then you are no longer strangers and aliens, but you are fellow citizens with the saints and members of the household of God,

LOWRY/Sorry, this was not a success

Talk about a catastrophic success.

BUCHANAN/The triumphant Taliban

“April is the cruelest month,” wrote T. S. Eliot in the opening line of what is regarded as his greatest poem, “The Waste Land.”

Wait patiently for the Lord

This psalm begins with remembrance and thanksgiving for a past act of deliverance David experienced from the Lord.

DUNCAN/Proclamation and healing

Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 4:23-25. In this passage, Matthew turns his attention to the teaching and proclamation of our Lord as he gives us a summary of Jesus’ ministry in Galilee.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/Trials draw us nearer to Christ

Luke transitions form the joyful, flourishing new church in Antioch to details about terrible persecution breaking out in Jerusalem.

LOWRY/Biden’s man-made disasters

President Biden arrived in office with the Southern border secure and Afghanistan in a state of fragile equilibrium.

BUCHANAN/Diversity China fears

The first returns from the delayed census of 2020 are in, and they have made for celebratory headlines in the mainstream media. 

Who is the highest-paid public official in Mississippi?  The Governor, you might imagine?  No.  The Lieutenant Governor or House Speaker?  Not even close. 

Antioch is a city that should be etched in the minds and hearts of Christians. It was a major city in northern Syria. Here the first majority Gentile church was planted, and Antioch became the springboard for missions throughout the Roman Empire. And it was here believers were first called Christians (Acts 11:26). Luke tells us how the church there got started.

Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 4:12-17. Thus far in the Gospel of Matthew, we have read about the genealogy of our Savior and his identification as the Messiah whom God had promised to send to His people.

LOWRY/Dems applaud unconstitutional act

Is a president of the United States flagrantly defying the Constitution an authoritarian act? A threat to democracy? Something that at least should be discouraged or frowned upon?

BUCHANAN/Headed for a failed state?

The U.S. embassy was urging all Americans to “leave Afghanistan as soon as possible.” Message: Get out while you can.

GETTING THE MESSAGE/The work of the Holy Spirit

Word of what happened with Peter and Cornelius at Caesarea (Acts 10) spread to the Christians in Judea. Peter returned to Jerusalem to give a first-hand report. Peter was Jewish, as was the church in Jerusalem, so he knew an explanation would be necessary. Gentiles were outside the covenants of promise (Ephesians 2) and were unclean. 

DUNCAN/Matthew: Jesus’ temptation and response

Please turn in your Bible to Matthew 4:1-11. This is one of the most mysterious passages in the Gospel because it contains an account of the temptation of our Lord which immediately causes our minds to spin

EDITORIAL/Ending the scourge of abortion

A Mississippi abortion case set to be heard before the U.S. Supreme Court this fall stands a real chance of ending or at least curbing the scourge of abortion on demand in America.

EDITORIAL/Critical Race Theory is racist

The liberals will claim there are no concerted efforts to make Critical Race Theory part of the K-12 curriculum calling such talk a predictable topic at the Neshoba County Fair last week, so that must mean there is or at least could be soon.

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