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Let me refresh a few things. God differentiates between His people and everyone else. If you embrace one of the biblical covenants, you are choosing allegiance to Him. With your allegiance comes a set of boundaries to protect you. If … Continue reading
Are you aware that the COVID-19 quarantines are a form of tribulation? Let’s define tribulation. The English word comes from Latin, and is based on the concept of threshing grain. It’s the action of crushing grain heads under a heavy … Continue reading
President Trump is under God’s wrath. This particular prophetic warning is something I’ve been wrestling with for a week or so. I wasn’t sure what I should say about it until prayer and long contemplation helped me to better understand. … Continue reading
This is a matter of Biblical Covenant. In typical Israeli parlance, “neighbor” meant your fellow Israeli. It was a covenant term in the Hebrew language, arising from the ancient assumption that you lived in proximity to your closest relatives. The … Continue reading
How are we to pursue holiness in this hideous world? Only your convictions know. We passed the tipping point a long time ago, and that tipping point has thrust upward into a vast mountain. The gulf between our society and … Continue reading
The fundamental nature of Satan’s deception is anything at all except the truth. Even half-truths are fine, so long as something essential is wrong with the narrative. I noted yesterday that the US government is just a front. We have … Continue reading
In the ongoing culture wars, it helps if you put things in perspective. Civility is a very well established social standard that goes back a few centuries. It’s not exactly biblical, but it’s good enough (provides tactical advantage) and remains … Continue reading