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President John Adams said, “Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” In a day when the Constitution of the United States, unquestionably one of the most brilliant documents ever penned that is not Scripture, is under an unrelenting attack with our […]

Woe Unto Them Who Go Down to Egypt for Help

I have felt pressed in my spirit of late to warn men of the folly of “hoping” in the arm of man for deliverance. Even though sometimes I feel like a “voice in the wilderness”, I press on, because in my heart of hearts, I am convinced that we are staring directly into the face […]

I heard it again today and it breaks my heart that such a huge and vital portion of the Word of God is so disdained and dismissed by so many believers. “The Old Testament is irrelevant to New Testament believers. It has nothing to do with us. We are free of its burdensome weight.”  My […]

Groanings and Birth Pangs

This is a long post and the words are not mine. I made a new friend last week who goes by the name of Doug Stringer of Somebody Cares in Houston, TX. This is a powerful prophetic word that departs from the usual “you are great, you are wonderful and God is about to bless […]

The Baton is Passed

I received a phone call this past Monday afternoon, notifying me that one of the most influential men in my life had died. He was getting along in years. He had been very sick. He was recovering from major heart surgery; but I was totally not prepared for that phone call.  George Meyers was a […]

Name Change

This will be brief since I am posting from my phone.  However, I have to respond to MSNBC’s decision to no longer use the term abortion clinic; choosing to use instead the sanitized version: Choice Provider. That is somewhat akin to calling a whore house a Stress Spa. It sounds better, but nobody doesn’t know […]

As I have been preaching through the Book of Leviticus over the past few weeks, God has been so graciously revealing so much of Jesus and the wonderful atonement that is ours. Shadows of Grace – While so many seem to have dismissed the Pentateuch as simply antiquated books of Law and as such no longer […]


     The book of Amos offers a bleak picture of a future in which there will be a great famine. It is not a famine of bread or water, but a famine of “hearing the Word of God.” Amos indicates that because of Israel’s indifference to the Word of God, the Lord will actually stop […]

Stories worth telling

Last night, I was on my very first sailing adventure. As we sailed from York Harbor, Maine to the Isles of Shoals under a magnificent star filled heavens-scape I was given the rather exciting task of manning the helm of Eagles Wings. It was my responsibility to guide our vessel through the moonlit ocean to […]

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