Morning thoughts on “Learning in Wartime”

You would be surprised if you knew how soon one begins to feel the shortness of the tether, of how many things, even in middle life, we have to say ‘“No time for that,” “Too late now,” and “Not for me”… A more Christian attitude, which can be attained at any age, is that of …

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Aborted babies are being incinerated to provide electricity in the United States

I had read of this atrocity in an article the other day. It took only a second for me to be remembered of the god Molech mentioned in the Old Testament. Before I had time to write my own response, someone beat me to it, and did a bit of research as well. Please take …

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We have not been Called to a Blind Faith

This is a little picture that is flying around on the web, and I thought it too good not to share. This is exactly what evolution gives people: a false hope of a wished for reality. There is no evidence of biologic evolution, yet people wish for it anyway. It is a blind faith.  Yet we …

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Everyday Miracles

I talk with many people about God and science a lot. But I have noticed something about people who take things from a purely secular standpoint and even some Christians: they do not see miracles. Well, they may see them, but they do not see them for what they are nor do they see their …

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A Woman’s Story of Repentance

I have been working for a while on a post on the Truth About Abortion.  because truly, very few people know the truth behind all of the lies that are put forth.  There is so much evil done in this organization called 'Planned Parenthood'.  But it is not planned 'parenthood', it is the end to …

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