“In fact, the abortion apologist-in-chief [Biden] wants to codify Roe, making it a matter of federal law“
By Maria V. Gallagher, Legislative Director, Pennsylvania Pro-Life Federation Joe Biden seems determined to cement his place in U.S. history as the Abortion President. Not second or third, but the most pro-abortion President ever. So much for his claims of representing Scranton, Pennsylvania values. (He is forever playing up his “blue collar” roots in Scranton, …
On Saturday’s PoliticsNation show, MSNBC again showed its hostility to pro-lifers when host Al Sharpton allowed a guest to ridiculously liken opponents of abortion to “suicide bombers.” Here’s the full quote: ” What it reminds me of quite honestly is a suicide bomber, someone who feels like they have the right and the moral duty to mess up somebody else’s life […]
5th Circuit rejects pro-abortion challenges, Texas heartbeat law scheduled to go into effect Wednesday
In spite of a slew of last-ditch pro-abortion efforts, Texas’s SB 8, which prohibits elective abortions after the preborn child’s heartbeat is detectable, is scheduled to go into effect this Wednesday. More than 20 “abortion providers” had filed…
We pick up today where we left off last week in our series of overviews of important amicus briefs filed in the case of Dobbs v. Jackson Women’s Health Organization which the Supreme Court will hear this fall. We began this series on July 22, and it continues to be well received.
The justices will hear the state of Mississippi defend its ban on abortions after 15 weeks of pregnancy with very limited exceptions. The law was blocked by Judge Carlton W. Reeves of the Federal District Court in Jackson, Mississippi in 2018…
Dr. Eric Wallace to Discuss Why the Church Must Agree on One Thing: Critical Race Theory is Un-Christian
NEWS PROVIDED BY , Freedom’s Journal Institute, Aug. 26, 2021
NEWPORT NEWS, Va., Aug. 26, 2021 /Christian Newswire/ — A Black scholar and ministry leader, with links to civil rights leader Rev. Martin Luther King, has slammed the controversial critical race theory as “a doctrine of demons.”
Freedom’s Journal Institute Founder and President Dr. Eric Wallace — the first African American to earn a Ph.D. in Biblical studies from Union-PSCE (Now Union Presbyterian Seminary) — will discuss the “evils” of critical race theory (CRT) and its origins at a conference, Aug. 27-28 in Newport News, Va.
America is a Great nation, founded upon Great principles, surewe have had issues during our history but until recently we have always been able (at least in my lifetime) civilly discuss them and reason with each other. This is no longer the America we live in today and I fear it is on the slippery slope to self-destruction.
For the first time in their lives, Americans of all classes and races are starting to fear a self-created apocalypse that threatens their family’s safety and the American way of life…
CONTEXT: Chapter 12 has tow clear divisions, v.1-7 speak about remembering our youth as we grow older and physical and mental affirmatives come upon us. Then in v.8-14 we are reminded of the wise teacher/preacher and all his instructions. The overarching theme being a repeat ofVanity of vanities, saith the preacher; all is vanity.
Our main text, v.13, for today is the key to life, or as Solomon says, Let us hear the conclusion of the whole matter. NOTHING written before this or after matter more than what Solomon is about to write.
What is that key? Simple; fear God, and keep his commandments, that is what man was put on the earth to do. Fear God here meaning to stand in awe and reverence of Him at all times. To willingly (never grudgingly) keep His commandments. The Puritan Catechism similarly says: Q1: What is the chief end of man? A1: Man’s chief end is to glorify God, ( 1 Corinthians 10:31 ) and to enjoy him for ever. ( Psalms 73:25-26)
Why is this [is] the whole [duty] of man? In the Hebrew this could be rendered as This is the whole man, read that way the implication is clear, without fearing God and keeping His commandments man is not whole, not complete as a man.
If that was not enough “incentive” to bring man instep with God, one would think v.14 would certainly do so; For God will bring every act to judgment, every hidden and secret thing, whether it is good or evil. God sees all hears all and will judge all.
Pray for Grace to Assist you that you may be Diligent in your Duty
Lord, quicken us to work the works of him who sent us while it is day, because night is coming, wherein no one can work; John 9:4(ESV) and what good our hands find to do, enable us to do it with all our might, for there is no work or knowledge in Sheol, to which we are going. Ecclesiastes 9:10(ESV)
Lord, grant that we may never be slothful in zeal, but fervent in spirit, serving the Lord; Romans 12:11(ESV) steadfast and immovable, always abounding in the work of the Lord, knowing that in the Lord our labor is not in vain. 1 Corinthians 15:58(ESV)
Lord, enable us to do the work of every day in its day, as each day requires, Ezra 3:4(ESV) making the best use of the time, because the days are evil; Ephesians 5:16(ESV) that when our Master comes, he may find us so doing. Luke 12:43(ESV)
WARNING, less you think it not possible here in America, the coming intolerance for all things “Christian” is only beginning!
Twice in one week, senior pundits at MSNBC have compared Christians to the Taliban. On August 14, MSNBC host Joy Reid, speaking of the Taliban, tweeted that “our own far religious right” is “dreaming of a theocracy that would impose a particular brand of Christianity” on American society.
the lead story on MSNBC’s website, written by Dan Obeidallah, picks up on the comparison by criticizing Republicans who cling to “a narrow reading of their religious beliefs,”…
Someone seriously has to explain to me how a biological MALE who used a mensroom for over a decade without any mental distress and now self identifies as a Female is distressed when folks don’t want HIM in a female’s restroom? Especially when the company goes out of it’s way to accommodate the employee. Sorry folks but this is simply illogical never mind an unbiblicalattack on religious freedom by the courts.
A state court has ordered the Christian-owned craft store chain Hobby Lobby to pay over $200,000 in fines for refusing to allow one of its trans-identified employees to use the women’s bathroom.
A three-judge Illinois appellate court panel unanimously ruled Friday that Hobby Lobby violated the Illinois Human Rights Act by declining to allow one of its employees to use the bathroom that corresponds with the person’s gender identity instead of biological sex…
“The seventh and final letter to the churches of ancient Asia Minor is to the church in the city of Laodicea. This last message is found in Revelation 3:14-22. Laodicea was a wealthy, industrious city in the province of Phrygia in the Lycos Valley.
The message is from the Lord Jesus Christ via an angel or messenger (likely a reference to the church’s pastor): “To the angel of the church in Laodicea write . . .” (Revelation 3:14). This was not simply John’s message to those in Laodicea; it was a message from the Lord. Jesus identifies Himself thus: “The Amen, the faithful and true witness, the ruler of God’s creation.” These titles emphasize the Lord’s faithfulness, sovereignty, and power to bring all things to their proper completion (the “Amen”).
In contrast to the other six churches, the Laodicean church has nothing to commend it. Jesus begins the message with condemnation: “I know your deeds, that you are neither cold nor hot. I wish you were either one or the other! So, because you are lukewarm—neither hot nor cold—I am about to spit you out of my mouth. You say, ‘I am rich; I have acquired wealth and do not need a thing.’ But you do not realize that you are wretched, pitiful, poor, blind and naked” (Revelation 3:15-17). Jesus emphasizes their “lukewarm,” apathetic nature three times. As a result of their ambivalence to spiritual things, Jesus would have nothing to do with them. He would “spit them out,” as the people of Laodicea would spit out the tepid water that flowed from the underground aqueducts to their city. With their apathy came a spiritual blindness; they claimed to be rich, blessed, and self-sufficient. Perhaps they were rich in material things. But, spiritually, the Laodiceans were in a wretched, pitiful condition, made all the worse in that they could not see their need. This was a church filled with self-deceived hypocrites…
…In summary, the church at Laodicea had become apathetic in their love for Christ. They were allowing “the deceitfulness of wealth and the desires for other things [to] come in and choke the word, making it unfruitful” (Mark 4:19). Christ called them to repent and live zealously for Him, to “choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve” (Joshua 24:15). The Lord Jesus issues the same call to those who say they follow Him today. ” 1