October 30, 2022 @ 10:00 AM
Christ's parable of the persistent widow and the unjust judge teaches us some tremendous truths (Luke 18:1-8). First, it teaches us that we can be confident in our prayers for God's justice. For instance, if, as the parable teaches, persistent appeals can pester an unjust judge to administer justice on behalf of a wronged widow, how positive should we be that our persistent prayers will persuade our just God to administer justice on our behalf when we are wronged?
Second, the parable teaches that God's justice will be swiftly administered on behalf of His wronged saints. Now, this should not be mistaken to mean that it will happen immediately after we pray for it. If that were the case, what need would there be for ............
October 19, 2022 @ 11:30 AM
The treason perpetrated by our corrupt intelligence agencies over the Russian collusion hoax is breathtaking. What is even more breathtaking, however, is that none of the traitors who perpetrated this treasonous undermining of a presidential election, as well as the presidency of a duly elected president, have been brought to justice. Indeed, many have become cable news celebrities and cashed in on cash cow book deals.
While many Americans have hung their hopes on John Durham's investigation to finally get to the bottom of this treasonous affair and to at long last bring these traitors to justice, their hopes have been thoroughly dashed. After all of the time and money he has spent on his extended and expensive investigation, .........
October 14, 2022 @ 8:30 AM
On his first day as president, Joe Biden issued an executive order entitled, “Advancing Racial Equity and Support for Underserved Communities.” It was therefore obvious from the start that equity was to be a priority of Biden’s presidency.
Recently, Vice President Kamala Harris called for equity in the distribution of federal relief funds among Hurricane Ian victims in Florida. According to Harris, “communities of color” should receive priority in the distribution of relief funds. In other words, it is race, not need, that should determine who is first and most served.
The word equity is a perfect example of today’s ideological fog. It sounds perfectly innocuous. Consequently, as it is ............
October 9, 2022 @ 9:00 AM
For the first time, in a long time, our country gained energy independence under the presidency of Donald Trump. We exported more oil than we imported, and were no longer dependent upon the Saudi sheiks or communist dictators, like Vladimir Putin, for our oil. However, during his candidacy for the presidency, Joe Biden vowed that he, if elected, would end America's fossil fuel industry. True to his word, Joe Biden's initial act as president was to end the Keystone Pipeline, the first of many radical measures he implemented to destroy our fossil fuel industry. As a result, gas prices, unsurprisingly, but expeditiously, began to rise in America.
At first, Joe Biden and his fellow Green New Deal Democrats shrugged their .........