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Fully Exposed

I expect to lose a lot of friends in the next few minutes. However, I have weighed these thoughts for many days now and I am constrained to speak what God has spoken to me.  God often uses men, bad men, evil men, men of questionable character, weak men, insignificant men, men that none of […]

He Rides on a White Horse

The ten most dangerous words in the English language are “Hi, I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.”  Ronald Regan “I consider it completely unimportant who in the party will vote, or how; but what is extraordinarily important is this — who will count the votes, and how.”  Joseph Stalin “Every record has […]

Guilty As Charged

  America is in a bad place today. We are not in a bad place because the Democrats stole an election or because the Republicans are trying to overturn an election. America is in a bad place because we have turned our backs on God. We must understand that the turmoil, the chaos, the anger, […]

Old Paths

We lament the loss of young people who have left the church. We try to woo them back to the church when we need to win them to Christ. We don’t understand that we are losing our young people because we’ve lost their fathers. Too often, fathers have abdicated their God-assigned roles in the family. […]

The Fourth Man in the Fire

  King Nebuchadnezzar was in an absolute rage when he was informed that three Jewish men, to whom he had entrusted much power, refused to worship him or his gods. He had them dragged before his throne whereupon he threatened them with a terrible death; to be burned alive in a great furnace. Still, the […]

Brothers . . . behave!

We hosted two of our fourteen grandkids for a sleepover last night. We love all of our kids––and all of their kids––with all of our hearts. God has blessed us with a family that is close, tight-knit and following Christ. We could hardly ask for more. Yet, with two rambunctious five-year-old cousins in the house, […]

Our Elder Brother

  Jesus is our elder brother. We are family—the family of God. And like Jesus, we have a role to play. A plan to discover. A purpose to fulfill. Jesus was born into human flesh to complete a great work that was crafted just for him. There was no other who could do it. He […]

Snakes Do What Snakes Do

  America continues to be torn apart over issues of racial violence and inequality. I hear howling about how the ancestors of African-Americans were once slaves to white men. This is true, this is barbaric, and there needs to be continued repentance for the oppression of not only black men and women, but Irish and […]

I Will Not Fear

  Two great fears stalk the American public: We are afraid of the coronavirus and we fear the growing control of the government in our lives at all levels. On the one side, there are those who are absolutely consumed with fear that they or someone they love might contract this virus. How do we […]

A Parable

A Parable for those among us who would be a king . . .  The King tossed about upon his bed, rolling first to one side and then the other. He was asleep, but rest would not be a part of this sleep. Troubling visions danced in his dreams all through the night; visions of […]

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