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This is what is most important

  This is what is most important Partaking, diving into, immersing ourselves, studying, praying upon the Word of God: What God’s Word teaches us, reveals to us, reproves, hones, admonishes, chastises us in ways and when needed — how God’s inerrant living Word increases our wisdom, understanding, discernment, and knowledge of and in all things. […]

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Bible verses about Neglect of God’s Word: A famine in the land — continued

  Bible verses about Neglect of God’s Word: A famine in the land — continued; Amos 8:11-12 (From Forerunner Commentary) Amos 8:11-12 God says that He will soon send a peculiar famine—not a typical famine of food or water, but a far more destructive one. It strikes at the heart of His people, causing the […]

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The Miracles of Jesus Christ: Exorcising a Syro-Phoenecian (Part One)

Baal and Ashtoreth worship of the Phonecians The Miracles of Jesus Christ: Exorcising a Syro-Phoenecian (Part One) Commentary by — Martin G. Collins   Matthew 15:21-28 (21) Then Jesus went thence, and departed into the coasts of Tyre and Sidon. (22) And, behold, a woman of Canaan came out of the same coasts, and cried unto […]

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Abortion extremism persists, despite rejection by voters

    New Mexico has emerged as an abortion destination state, attracting an increasing number of out-of-state women; it is one of seven states that permit abortion at any stage of pregnancy. (AP Photo/Juan Antonio Labreche, File) Abortion extremism persists, despite rejection by voters By Victor Gaetan • 11/30/16 Reprinted from: Washington Examiner Last Wednesday, […]

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Sexual Deviation Prior to Political Correctness

  Sexual Deviation Prior to Political Correctness by Dave Miller, Ph.D. Reprinted from: Apologetics Press     As human culture inevitably experiences moral degeneration, behavior that was once considered to be deviant, abnormal, immoral, and—from a Christian perspective—sinful, will inevitably be redefined as normal and acceptable. This historical trend is most certainly what has been […]

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