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Elijah’s direction to Israel “Come near to me” (I Kings 18:30), reminds us of Jesus’ later command to “Come to Me, all who… 0

What happened to Material Prosperity in the New Testament?

Jan 22, 2019 by Jordan Wilson  A recent tweet from Desiring God stated that not one of the 112 references to being blessed in the… 0

The Beginnings of Christian Reform (12)

Then Elijah said to all the people, “Come near to me.” So all the people came near to him. And he repaired the… 0

Gendercide

By Dr D. C. Dilsaver (www.lewrockwell.com), 10/1/2019 APA’s new Guidelines for Psychological Practice With Boys and Men strive to recognize and address these… 0

The Beginnings of Christian Reform (11)

Emerging from Egypt’s Education Behold, My servant, whom I uphold; My chosen one in whom My soul delights. I have put My Spirit… 0

Things that go Bump in the Night

The growth in [U.S.] federal debt is a bipartisan effort. The public still trusts the government. Voters say they don’t trust the government,… 0

The Beginnings of Christian Reform (10)

When the king heard the words of the book of the law, he tore his clothes. Then the king commanded Hilkiah the priest,… 0

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Rebuilding social capital and social connectedness is not something that can be done by governments or corporations.[1] If Christians are really serious about… 0

Count Your Capitalist Blessings

By Gary North (www.garynorth.com) – December 15, 2018 I challenge you to a contest. I’m working on a high school home school curriculum…. 0

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                            The Practice of Tithing Introduction:                                                                                                                            One of God’s most neglected commandments is the requirement to tithe. Our failure to tithe leaves the… 0

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