This article talks about prophecy and some other Biblical things that I normally do not comment on. But with the overall downhill trends I see in America I can not argue with the final premise, the demise of our nation.
To many observers, our Southern border policy is wrong-headed, our Afghanistan withdrawal was a fiasco, and the Democrat party’s $3.5 trillion, 2500-page budget…
Debunking the 1619 Project by Mary Grabar Regnery History (2021) Mary Grabar has authored a serious, mature book that should be in every American household and classroom. Its message is so critical to understand that it might usefully …
I often hear in evangelical circles that we need to pray for revival, I agree, yet if I was a betting man, I would wager greatly that there would be DISAGREEMENT on the nature or means of achieving that revival.
I would suggest it should be done Biblically, like Whitefield (and others of the period) as this quote reminds us:
“It is wonderful to see what a spell he casts over an audience by proclaiming the simplest truths of the Bible …
Sarah Edwards, the wife of Jonathan Edwards
George Whitefield had attended Oxford with John and Charles Wesley, who began the Methodist revival movement within the Anglican Church. In 1733, when he finally understood and believed the Gospel, George Whitefield exclaimed: “Joy-joy unspeakable-joy that’s full of, big with glory!” […]
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American’s seem to have forgotten their beginnings:
In Congress 04 July 1776 –…We hold these truths to be self-evident, that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty and the pursuit of Happiness…
In this week’s episode, Dennis worries about Americans losing their freedom… and their common sense. He also poses a challenging question: what happens when a society decides that security is more important than liberty?
** NOTE ** This is not a knock on the American political system, just the elitist’s who have risen to the top of power within America and oppose the Constitutional Republic which America was founded as.
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