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  • American Indians

    Historically, American Indians (Native Americans) have been held in high honor among the majority of American society.  Beginning with the first settlers to the “New World”, Indians are depicted as honorable Peoples.  The distinctively American holiday, Thanksgiving, includes the story… Read More ›

  • Liberal Women on Women

    I read an article about how confused women are today regarding when to marry versus exploiting their single youth.  This article contains a hidden premise that women decide their own destiny and “find a man” and succumb to, “the desire hardwired… Read More ›

  • Sodom and Gomorrah Revisited

    There have recently been many revelations, one after another, of sexual harassment claims, with many being acknowledged by the perpetrator.  The fact that these acts have been brought to light is a very positive development as it has encourage more and… Read More ›

  • Distinguishing the Law

    Everyone is different in many ways physically, genetically, and environmentally. Nevertheless, law applies to everyone equally and the statue representing justice is blindfolded to illustrate this principle.  There is to be no favoritism with respect to the law.  However, there… Read More ›

  • Reaping the Whirlwind

    “For it was the Lord’s intention to harden their hearts, so that they would engage Israel in battle, be completely destroyed without mercy, and be annihilated, just as the Lord had commanded Moses.” Joshua 11:20. God will at times harden… Read More ›

  • The Commander of the Lord’s Army

    “When Joshua was near Jericho, he looked up and saw a man standing in front of him with a drawn sword in His hand.  Joshua approached Him and asked, ‘Are You for us or for our enemies?’  ‘Neither,’ He relied…. Read More ›

  • Your Life

    I was finishing a letter to a believer in difficult circumstances, and I began to get a glimpse of God’s perspective of her.  She is ordinary like most of us, filled with uncertainty and weak in terms of ability to… Read More ›

  • The Middle Class

    In the days of America’s greatness there was a common notion that supported, comforted, inspired and unified the population.  The notion of “the middle class” was a poorly defined title for working people and families who lived all across the… Read More ›

  • Yeshua’s Speech

    Why do people find Yeshua’s words and speech difficult to understand? For us two thousand years later, one could say it is because of differences in time, language, and custom, but that doesn’t explain it.  The events, stories, and dialog… Read More ›

  • Doomed to Repetition

    We are all alike, there is no man who has been any better than another; all our distinctions are meaningless attempts to establish a figment of independence.  All religions were created by men trying to be accepted by God, but… Read More ›

  • Mercy and Forgiveness

    “As for your birth, on the day you were born your navel cord was not cut, nor were you washed with water for cleansing; you were not rubbed with salt or even wrapped in cloths.  No eye looked with pity… Read More ›

  • Hurricane Prayer

    Matthew 21:22 reminds us that if we ask believing we will receive whatever we ask.  This, of course, assumes we are asking through the leading of the Holy Spirit in accordance with God’s will but God is able to answer… Read More ›

  • Faith With Effect

    She had been sick for twelve years, but she believed that touching Yeshua’s garment would bring healing.  “Jesus turned and saw her. ‘Take heart, daughter,’ he said, ‘your faith has healed you.’  And the woman was healed at that moment.”… Read More ›

  • National Catastrophe

    I’m hearing a lot about potential catastrophic events that seem imminent and serious. First, I heard sometime ago that our entire water, food, financial, communication, and energy infrastructure could be permanently disabled by a cyber attack or an EMP, (electro magnetic… Read More ›

  • Behind The Curtain

    I woke up this morning like most other days thinking about things.  After a while, I set aside all thinking and chose to listen through the Spirit, rather than think.  The doorway to Spirit listening was the truth that God… Read More ›

  • Ask and Receive

    My daughter’s six year old, Carley, came in saying that some bug bit her on the shoulder. Her two year old sister watches everything her older sisters do.  So, when I asked  Carley to come with me to put some… Read More ›

  • The 5:17 to Paris

    We watched an outstanding movie entitled “The 5:17 to Paris.”  You might recall the three young Americans who thwarted a terrorist massacre on a train in France.  This is their story and even includes the actual men portraying themselves.  Movies… Read More ›

  • Whom God Regards

    We Americans are independent and big thinkers.  The concept of equality inspires the individual to believe anyone can be great.  We tell our children that they can grow up to be President.  We encourage them to think big and become… Read More ›

  • The Unseen World

    What if there were things around us that we cannot see, yet bear heavily upon our lives? What if we were not the masters of our own fate, as it so often seems?  Is there a spiritual realm that consists… Read More ›

  • The Miraculous Hinderance

    I listened to a famous profligate denouncing Christianity to a Believer.  His audience eagerly urged him on as he ridiculed religion, but most specifically Christianity.  His accusations were made as unquestionable fact and his condescending air portrayed a pride for… Read More ›

  • Why Join a Church

    Many believers ask this question.  They do so because they see no benefit or reason in it. There are reasons for work and for play, for attending weddings and funerals, even for going to church on certain religious holidays, but… Read More ›

  • Perspective

    A bird has a sense of equilibrium in their head that enables the bird to maintain its head in a fixed position irrespective of the bird’s body, wings, tail and feet.  This is necessary as the bird flies by moving… Read More ›

  • The Fury of God

    “And it shall come to pass, that from one new moon to another, and from one sabbath to another, shall all flesh come to worship before me, saith the Lord.  And they shall go forth and look upon the carcasses… Read More ›

  • Liberty

    Liberty is that state of freedom in which a person may harness his destiny in God’s providence or wreck himself upon the rocks of self-centerness.  It was Yeshua who bought freedom for Mankind by His shed blood on the cross…. Read More ›

  • Your God

    One after another young women scream, “Oh my God,” when they see their redesigned house on the various house “fixer up” TV shows.  It’s likely just an expression without any real meaning, but it points to a portrayal of God… Read More ›