Archive | June, 2007

Worth Repeating

“The Sermon on the Mount indicates that when we are on Jesus Christ’s errands, there is no time to stand up for ourselves. Jesus says, in effect, ‘Do not be bothered with whether you are being justly dealt with or not.’ To look for justice is a sign of deflection from devotion to Him. Never [...]

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The Least of These

The following was written by Pascal Levensohn, founder of Levensohn Venture Partners. Pascal received a BA in Government from Harvard University. A former Vice President of Temple Emanu-El in San Francisco, where he served as a director for six years, he currently serves as a member of the Steering Committee of the Socrates Society, a [...]

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Blair: New point man for Palestine

I don’t know about you, but I never heard this half of the story. Blair stepped down yesterday after 10 years in the ‘front office’ of Britain. But lest you think he is retiring to some tropical island to sip Coronas, he is actually going to be neck-deep in Mideast politics. By jove, the Brits [...]

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Not Putin Up With This

Putin’s Arctic invasion: Russia lays claim to the North Pole – and all its gas, oil, and diamonds Last updated at 09:24am on 29th June 2007 Comments (6) Russian President Vladimir Putin is making an astonishing bid to grab a vast chunk of the Arctic – so he can tap its vast potential oil, gas [...]

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The Loss and Recovery of Truth

by E.W. Bullinger c.1905 When the Apostle Paul preached the good news concerning Christ and His Church, at Ephesus, his ministry continued in Asia for the space of two years (Acts 19:10). We read that the Word of God grew mightily and prevailed, and that “all they which dwelt in Asia heard the word of [...]

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Numb and Dumber

Warnings of Apostasy The book of 2Timothy, Chapter 3 should garner more than a passing interest to today’s Christian whose heart is set on contending for the faith. It is becoming increasingly difficult to stay unpolluted by the world; even if it were easy to do that, we still have our flesh and the enemy [...]

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The Dangerous Destination of Ignorance

By Scott MacIntyre Beyond my occasional musings in discernment ministries, I do have a life and work full time in a para-church ministry to children, youth, and adults. It enables me the opportunity to talk to a fair number of people in the course of a year from a wide variety of evangelical persuasions. I [...]

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The Parent Traps

You can take the wisdom of this world And give it to the ones who think it all ends here — Bruce Cockburn For most of Western history, children have been reared in the ‘authoritarian’ model of parenting. Oh, how things have changed. Where are we at with parenting and how did we get here? [...]

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Putting Them in Their Place

The following was not written by me, heaven knows I wish it was. My deepest thanks to this Pastor for putting into words something that must be said — Mary by John Schmidt The Los Angeles Times printed a special report last year that stated, “People are leaving the ministry in droves because it’s too [...]

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FROM WND’S JERUSALEM BUREAU

Officials: Troops at Israeli border, could launch surprise attack Posted: June 7, 2007 1:00 a.m. EasternBy Aaron Klein © 2007 WorldNetDaily.com Syrian President Bashar Assad TEL AVIV – Syria, aided by Iran, has deployed a strengthened army along Israel’s northern border and is prepared to launch a surprise war against the Jewish state, according to [...]

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