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The golden calf and the Trinity

While Moses was on Mt. Sinai receiving God’s commands the Israelites feared that he was gone for good so they took action to ensure that they had someone to lead them.

When the people saw that Moses delayed to come down from the mountain, the people gathered themselves together to Aaron and said to him, “Up, make us gods who shall go before us. As for this Moses, the man who brought us up out of the land of Egypt, we do not know what has become of him.”

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When You’re Dark and Divisive…

See, there's this thing called biology...

cutouts of letters

First of all to understand the humor in this post, you’re going to need to know I am generally pretty cheerful, perky even. I can drive my hubby nuts in the morning because I wake up ready to be out trilling with the forest creatures.  Then I realize there’s going to be coffee involved and I can hardly contain my excitement.

So you see, I am literally all about selling joy, often in the form of biscuits and gravy. How in the world did I ever become the dark and divisive one??

Second, I am totally community oriented, as in let’s all just be happy and get along. Let’s just avoid every single controversial subject and put family, relationship, and connection first.  I don’t care if you have a bone through your nose and a Bernie Sanders likeness painted across your car. It’s all good! Let’s just enjoy our time…

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Christian Culpability in the Recent Riots

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Editors Note: Jeremy Sanders rejoins us to explain why Christians are partially to blame for the recent riots and the acceptance of social justice.

The Pastor of my church recently started a series exploring various Psalms, starting with Psalm 1. Some of the points he discussed are extremely applicable to the issues facing our country today. Given recent experiences I have had, as well as observing various “Christian” responses to the culture, it made me realize just how applicable Psalm 1 is to today’s issues.

Psalm 1 also demonstrates that while the blame for the recent riots rests on the rioters, as well as a government that is failing to preserve the peace, there are others who must also share responsibility. Christians, the family, the church all share culpability for our current issues.  If Christians had stayed strong, clung to God’s Word, and trained their kids to follow righteousness, we…

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Pastors

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Pastors

by Levi Smith

I’d like to talk to you as a former pastor’s kid who currently works full time on a pastoral staff. Put your helmet on.

My dad was my pastor for 18 years. Growing up with your father being your church’s pastor gave me a unique vantage point. It wasn’t a superior vantage point, but it definitely gave me a glimpse into ministry life that I now I am exceedingly grateful for. Read the rest of this entry

Margaret Sanger

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Margaret Sanger

by Ken Ham

So who made these statements? “The most merciful thing that the large family does to one of its infant members is to kill it”; “Birth Control does not mean contraception indiscriminately practised (sic). It means the release and cultivation of the better elements in our society, and the gradual suppression, elimination and eventual extinction, of defective stocks—those human weeds which threaten the blooming of the finest flowers of American civilization.” Read the rest of this entry

“Science” is Not “Truth!”

See, there's this thing called biology...

catapult2So…..we are going to need to put this man on my giant catapult and just fling him off my field, fling him right out of my kingdom. He has seriously annoyed me. Begone, little man, begone.

Anthony Fauci recently blamed the country’s ineffective pandemic response on an American “anti-science bias.” He called this bias “inconceivable,” because “science is truth.”-link here

The silly article then proceeds to try to make the case that humans are hardwired to dismiss coronavirus facts that don’t align with our worldview. What an astounding accusation. Au contraire! They have it exactly backwards. I am actually struggling (and failing rather miserably) to incorporate this worldview into my understanding of science.

So, science is not “truth.” It wasn’t truth when science suggested sailors would fall off the edge of the Earth. It wasn’t “truth” when it laughed at people who dared to suggest there might be a…

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Sharia courts

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Sharia courts

by Ann Brooks

Muslims Demand Texas Mayor Surrender After She Attacked Shariah Court. Here’s Her Response

The group of Muslims who attempted to establish the first Islamic Sharia court inside the United States in the town of Irving, Texas just received a devastating blow thanks to the town’s mayor standing strong and not backing down. Read the rest of this entry

– Following Christ Will Be Worth It All –

His Eternal Word

cropped-rose-4.gifRomans 5:8, “God demonstrates His own love toward us, in that while we were still sinners, Christ died for us”

John 14:3, “I will come again and receive you to Myself; that where I am, there you may be also”
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My brethren, regardless of whether you’re new in the faith or a longtime veteran, you’re most likely experiencing struggles, challenges and heartaches, not to mention strong opposition from satan, and fierce hatred from a world that opposes Christ and His precious Word. However, if the journey seems too much to bear, remember that Christ gave us the example, game plan, and final destination for those of us who follow after Him in obedience. He experienced the ultimate test of hardship by going through the crucifixion experience, but, through great endurance, He persevered and was ultimately raised to new life, achieving the beautiful result of salvation for those who believe…

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The breath of life

Everyone knows that human life begins at conception.  A new person comes into existence, created in Gods image, with his unique DNA, with a God given plan for his life.  The new human isn’t yet able to survive on his own so he must spend the first nine months of existence in his mother’s womb. Read the rest of this entry

Addiction Killed Them All

See, there's this thing called biology...

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A bunch of people are unhappy with my post, “Do you know what really killed George Floyd?”  Spoiler alert here, but addiction killed him. 

So I’m just going to double down and say it again, addiction killed him. It isn’t about fault, blame, and the worth of a life, of course his life had great value and it mattered. But addiction comes only to steal, kill, and destroy. Addiction doesn’t “care” if your life matters.

I know this because people whose lives mattered to me have been killed because of their addiction.

Some people through absolutely no fault of their own were robbed, murdered and set on fire. They weren’t even addicts, but you know what? Addiction still killed them.

Friend of mine was murdered by her husband. You know what really killed her? His addiction.

A local kid was killed by the cops in Seattle. You know what got…

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Through the Narrow: Should Christians Talk to Satan? By Tami Dykes

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Christians have been lied to about the devil and Hell.

We have been told over and over that Hell is Satan’s dwelling place. He lives there and just comes around to bother us sometimes or sends his demons to mess with us. It has been suggested that the devil spends time with those that are in Hell tormenting them and allowing demons to torment them as well.

The link below is from the movie “War Room”, and we see where the wife (played by Priscilla Shirer) decides she’s had enough of the devil and goes after him. She becomes mad enough about the devil messing things up in her life that she gives the devil a firm scolding and yells at him for a good while.

She starts out with her explaining to him, “I don’t know where you are, devil, but I know you can hear me.” Well, the…

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Things I have read on the internet – 97

My latest list of good internet articles.

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Home schooling

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Home schooling

by Michael Farris

A word to my fellow homeschoolers: We need to be welcoming

In 1982, Vickie and I started homeschooling. We had been previously convicted that we should give our children a Christian education. But when we heard about homeschooling, we thought that it might be an even better way to give our children a good education that was spiritually focused and academically sound. Read the rest of this entry

Attacks on the family

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Attacks on the family

by Abby Johnson: ProWoman, ProChild, ProLife

In the recent weeks, God has been telling me over and over again that Satan is waging a battle over our families. That is where we must fight. Read the rest of this entry

Darwin and racism

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Darwin and racism

by Ken Ham

I’ve been saying this in posts and presentations for a long time. I agree with this author that, “Even by the most generous of measures, the intellectual and philosophical heritage of Charles Darwin is one of the most hideously racist legacies one can fathom. And yet, his inherently racist dogma is not only presented in public schools across America, it is state and federal policy that every student in America demonstrate proficiency in understanding and applying his dangerous ideology.” Read the rest of this entry

Broken people

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Broken people

by Joshua Arnold

We are fallen people, and there is a lot of brokenness in us that the world can do nothing about and nothing with. There are things that are broken about each person that are of no advantage to a person in the world. The world will turn you away and shun you if certain things are off about you. You’ll become a throw-away in the world’s eyes, a misfit, an outcast, an example of what not to be like, all because they don’t know what to do with a brokenness like yours. Read the rest of this entry

Living under grace

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Living under grace

by Diana

We live under the law of grace, but we have sin defined so that we have loving boundaries in place. There is freedom in boundaries that help us uphold healthy standards. Healthy standards help for healthy individuals, families and societies. Read the rest of this entry

Protest or preach the gospel?

Here is something I read on Facebook.

Protest or preach the gospel?

by Heidi St. John

A few days ago on Twitter, “woke” progressive Christian author Kristen Howerton let Christians know in no uncertain terms where the gospel is.. and is not, appropriate. Here is what she said: Read the rest of this entry

Does Charles Darwin approve of “Answers in Genesis”?

Answers in Genesis is an organization founded and led by Ken Ham that is dedicated to proving that the Bible’s account of creation recorded in Genesis is true and can be supported scientifically.  It has aroused a great deal of controversy.  It is strongly supported by many Bible believers.  It is disliked by unbelievers who accept the popular idea that life evolved over millions of years and even by some Christians who also accept this belief.  (For a long time I was in this group.  I was a Christian but I also believed that the theory of evolution had been scientifically proven.  If I had known of Answers in Genesis I would probably have believed that what it was teaching was false.  In the last few years I have come to realized that in fact there is no evidence supporting evolution.) Read the rest of this entry

I can’t breathe

Here is something I read on Facebook.

I can’t breathe

by Jeannene Rutherford

(Original by Martin Towne)
What a breathtaking few months this has been… Some caught the virus, “I can’t breathe;” Most were ordered to stay cooped up at home, “I can’t breathe;” Many were compelled to wear a mask, “I can’t breathe;” a few were restrained by chokeholds, “I can’t breathe;” Some were tear-gassed and smoke bombed, “I can’t breathe;” and the list goes on… It doesn’t take a rocket surgeon to figure out that the attack is on the breath. Read the rest of this entry

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It is a great mystery that though the human heart longs for Truth, in which alone it finds liberation and delight, the first reaction of human beings to Truth is one of hostility and fear! -Anthony de Mello

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