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April 10, 2021 @ 9:30 AM

Your government is not your friend, but your foe. It no longer seeks to serve you, but to subjugate you. Far from performing, as designed by our Founders, its constitutional role of protecting and preserving our God-given and inalienable rights, our government is now suspending them and usurping the place of God when it comes to our rights. It has made itself, not God, the final arbiter of our rights and freedoms, deciding who gets them, when and where they may be granted, and to what degree they may be exercised. Of course, our government justifies its lordship over us by promising salvation to us. According to our new lord and savior, our government, if we'll blindly obey its dictates, it will save us from every danger, such as ............

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April 5, 2021 @ 6:30 AM

There is a valuable lesson our country could learn from its contemporary churches. Years ago, in order to tickle the tickling ears of its younger generation, many churches decided to transform themselves. They hoped to slow, if not to stop, the mass exodus of their children from their churches by making their churches more appealing and less appalling to their apostatizing progeny. Therefore, they turned worship services into rock concerts, children’s programs into amusement parks, preachers into motivational speakers, pastors into life coaches, the Christian profession into positive confession, and a lifetime of serious discipleship into a simple once in a lifetime decision. These churches actually lowered the bar of Christ’s ............

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March 29, 2021 @ 6:20 AM

Our government has usurped the place of God, by declaring itself our Lord and Savior. In other words, it promises to be our savior if we’ll submit to its lordship. For instance, in order to deliver us from the dual dangers of climate change and the coronavirus, our government demands our unquestioning obedience to its dictates. Unfortunately, few Americans are aware of how our federal government has become a false god and how we’ve become idolaters by bending our knee to Washington DC. We’ve ceased to be one nation under God and become a godless nation under the iron-fist of a deified government.


The false religion of the false god of a defied state has obliterated the so-called separation of church and state, by ............

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March 28, 2021 @ 7:00 AM

Prayer has always been of paramount importance in the Christan life. How much more so, now that we've entered the perilous times of the last days? Truly, our very survival is now dependent upon prayer. It is therefore of utmost importance that we learn to pray.


The only thing Jesus' disciples ever asked Him to teach them how to do was how to pray (Luke 11:1). They understood, as we should, that the secret to the Master's miraculous life, was His prayer life. Likewise, prayer is also the secret to our spiritual success in this sin-cursed world. Unfortunately, the majority of today's professed Christians don't know how to pray, having never studied the subject nor seriously practiced the art. What is even worse is............

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March 26, 2021 @ 9:00 AM

While the First and Second Amendments to the United States Constitution are definitely being imperiled by present-day power-grabbing progressives, there is one constitutional amendment Democrats are protective of and passionate about. It is the 25th Amendment, which declares the Vice President successor to the presidency in the case of an incapacitated President. To any openminded observer, it should now be obvious that Democrats are greasing the rack to slide Kamala Harris into the Oval Office, as soon as they publicly announce, as they’ve planned all along,  Ole Joe’s committal to a padded room.


Irregularities in the Biden White House are mounting and becoming more and more disconcerting. For instance, unlike ............

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March 25, 2021 @ 8:00 AM

The persecuted churches to whom Peter wrote his first epistle were comprised of both Gentiles and Jews. These churches’ large contingency of Jewish believers undoubtedly touched a soft spot in Peter’s heart, whose ministry was primarily to the Jews, as Paul’s was to the Gentiles (Galatians 2:7-8). Peter was undoubtedly passionate about penning this epistle, not only as an encouragement to Gentile believers, who were facing deprivation and death, but especially to Jewish believers, who suffered the double scourge of persecution, for being both Christians and Jews.


This double scourge of persecution suffered by Jewish Christians makes 1 Peter, the Christian’s handbook on persecution, even more relevant to us ............

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March 24, 2021 @ 8:30 AM

Boulder's senseless bloodshed and systemic bigotry spells catastrophe for our country. Yes, there is systemic racism in America, but contrary to popular belief, it's against white people. The white race is being universally demonized in today's America and blamed for all that ails us. If this vitriol was directed toward any other race, it would immediately be recognized for what it is, the most egregious kind of racism. Yet, somehow, since it's meant only to impale those with white skin pigmentation it's virtuous rather than villainous.


The moment the sad story broke of the mournful mass shooting in Boulder yesterday, the typical suspect was blamed. The media and its progressive pundits quickly laid all the ............

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March 23, 2021 @ 7:00 AM

It is believed that Peter wrote his first epistle from Rome around 64 AD. The persecution his readers were suffering was at the hands of the Roman Emperor Nero. Some scholars argue that Peter penned his epistle on the precipice of Nero’s persecution, while others argue that he penned it in the initial throes of it. Those who argue Peter penned it on the precipice of Nero’s persecution point to 1 Peter 2:17 as a proof text for their position. According to them, it was still possible for Peter’s readers to “honor the king” at the time the epistle was written. Of course, this insinuates that it would not have been possible if Nero’s pitiless persecution had already commenced.


This raises a serious ............

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March 21, 2021 @ 6:45 AM

I fear the sharp and sacred edge of prayer is dulled and degraded by familiarity. We profane this sacred art by making it too common. Instead of taking off our worldly stained shoes from our frail fleshly feet before stepping onto prayer’s holy ground, we tromp right in whenever we take a notion, as though all Heaven is paying attention to whatever petitions we’ve personally persuaded ourselves to plea. It never even dawns on us that this flippant exercise in futility is confined to the gullies and ruts of spirituality and has no chance of ever ascending the precipitous slope to the pinnacle of true prayer. 


The tabernacle in the wilderness may provide us with the Old Testament’s most tremendous type-of-............

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March 18, 2021 @ 7:30 AM

Peter’s first epistle was written to Christians suffering persecution. It was a circular epistle meant to be circulated among churches in five Roman provinces, all of which were located in Asia Minor, which is northern Turkey today. These churches were being persecuted by the Roman Empire, which was the “Babylon”—Gentile world power or superpower—of that time. Peter, who wrote this epistle from Rome, where the last decade of his life was spent and where he was martyred around 64 AD, actually calls Rome “Babylon” in 1 Peter 5:13.


The Bible predicts that the superpower of an end-time world will unleash unprecedented persecution against the church during the perilous times of the last days. ............

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