Why I Embrace our Next President

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God is lightMy title probably leads you to guess, “Because God is still sovereign?” Yes true. The truth should not cause us to over-look this answer, give lip service to His reign under our breath, while we continue to worry or even complain about the elections. Either Ms. Clinton or Mr. Trump will be the President of the United States of America. God sits on His throne over the universe. Many of us need to swallow that pill, sit on it, smoke a pipe over it, then tell the world. No President thwarts His throne, the return of Christ, or the New Heavens and Earth.… Continue reading

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The hypocrisy of “Judge Not”

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1375985_820852567971891_7567170042034129667_nIn light of recent trends from people to “encourage” Christians to stop being judgmental, I think this post will be helpful to show the absurdity of their claims to us. The following is taken from Shepherdthesheep.com.

There are two common expressions I hear from people used to defend a belief or action. In fact, most of us have probably encountered it, if not used it at one point in our life. For instance, your sibling is cheating on her husband and you tell her it is a sin and she needs to repent. What is the common response? “Stop judging me.”

The second common response I hear, “Well this is my experience and you cannot tell me I am wrong.” I have also heard, “The Lord told me in a dream the other night .… Continue reading

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#iDol Worship

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urlOne might have thought last week that the world was coming to an end. People lined the streets, even camped out for days to get their hands on one of life’s absolute necessities. What was it that they desperately needed? What device did the fate of humanity hinge upon? A phone. Apple rolled out its newest creations, and with it came a tidal wave sensation around the world. Move over Black Friday: iFriday is becoming it’s own regular phenomenon on a global scale.

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I think to the majority of the population, it’s really quite humorous and unmistakably bizarre that people would sacrifice so much of themselves for a phone.… Continue reading

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