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Contextual Law and Divorce

We struggle against a vast ocean of cultural bias against revelation. For example: Do you understand that communion and spiritual unity demands individuality? If you are not reaching for the fullness of your heritage in Christ as a unique individual … Continue reading

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Covenant Faithfulness during Turmoil

This is in response to an offline conversation, and involves how to profit from the coming turmoil of God’s wrath on America. The economy itself is not going to crash in the sense of freeze up totally. Certain elements of … Continue reading

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Timing Is Everything

How many of you remember my comments about sensing a divine necessity in going out that one day to take pictures of the West Elm Creek Valley? I was puzzled about that sense of urgency. But then, a short time … Continue reading

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Political Failure

God reigns and supports no existing political party; He simply uses human political activity to carry out His plans on earth. However, His Law Covenants make it clear that if you want Him to actually bless your political activity, you … Continue reading

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RIP: Jess Hurst

My younger brother, Jessie T. Hurst passed today around 6:30 PM, at age 46. We were close in the sense of siblings. He shared none of my interest in religion, but was grateful that I would always visit him when … Continue reading

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Team Player

To be honest, much of the prophetic or teaching material I write is aimed at hammering guys. To the degree I see my own sins in the mirror, they are the sins I see most clearly in my world at … Continue reading

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Yet Another Funeral

Verna Mae Hurst, 6 December 1935 – 3 January 2016 If things go as planned, my elder sister will pick me up for the long ride back out to Tahlequah, OK today. The last time, I officiated at my father’s … Continue reading

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