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So Shake it Up, I Say

This came across my email from Moriel Ministries (Jacob Prasch). I’ve never known them not to shoot straight, and so I appreciate their honesty in a time of great deception. It is always refreshing and I have never shied away from that mode of operation, and more and more as I see the DAY approaching. [...]

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That Noisy Garbage

This morning I had a funny spiritual illustration cross my path as I was walking to work. This happens almost daily and they make me chuckle. I was listening to a podcast of one of my favorite Bible teachers this morning as I sojourned to work on the ped express. I love to walk. Let [...]

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The Shack Author Denies Biblical Substitutionary Atonement

In a recent radio interview, The Shack author, Paul Young, told the interviewer he did not hold to the traditional view of the atonement in that he does not believe Jesus Christ bore the punishment (i.e., penalty) for man’s sins when He died on the Cross (transcript). He also stated, with regard to this topic: [...]

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More Like a Convenience Store

It’s been close to a year since I read and reviewed the best-selling “Christian” book, “The Shack”. When I first heard about it, I so resisted it on premise alone, that I decided to pretend it did not exist, thinking it would eventually fade into the haze of so much of what the church calls [...]

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Quote of the Day

“I consider that the chief dangers which confront the coming century will be religion without the Holy Ghost, Christianity without Christ, forgiveness without repentance, salvation without regeneration, politics without God, and heaven without hell.” — William Booth, Founder of the Salvation Army

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For the Time Must Surely Be at Hand

No, I am not asleep in the light. I realize it’s been a couple of weeks since I have written. But I am watching, pondering, musing… and can hardly believe what I see. Now, I fully anticipated all this wonderful “change”, once I saw which way the electoral wind was blowing back in November. It’s [...]

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Part 2: Musings from South of the Snow Line

Greetings from the front. Not the cold front, the beach front. It seems like everyone today is looking earthward at a ‘big event’ taking place on this planet, sounds of self are reaching a fever pitch. I am taking a break from the news today, on purpose – I prefer to look up. What did [...]

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The Vitamin D Tour: Musings on Life South of the Snow Line

Or shall I say, “The Vitamin Detour” ? You know, highway construction and all. Even with a Garmin GPS unit affixed to the dashboard – which makes me eminently trackable via satellite – if you take a wrong turn, the emotionally neutral “Jill’ that is built into the unit almost seems to acquire an edge [...]

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Jews in Rome outraged over boycott call

Wow people – this in our lifetime. Things are happening fast, and not necessarily for good for those who dwell on the earth – but praise God, His will will be done regardless… Go to www.ynetnews.com for the latest headlines including this one…mary The Times quotes Jewish community leaders in Italian capital as saying trades [...]

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I’ll Byte

Daniel 12:4 is to me one of the most interesting verses in the Bible, and one of my favorites. “But thou, O Daniel, shut up the words, and seal the book, even to the time of the end: many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased.” Knowledge about what? And why is [...]

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