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In yesterday’s post I refreshed my viewpoint that the myth of America is quickly dying. I also referred to how there had been a very limited window of opportunity to save America and how it would have required drastic measures … Continue reading
Let me offer a little more explanation, based on some questions I’ve received on this topic. I just made up that term. In the past I’ve used the Trinity of Temptations. In that PDF document, I connect the Bible passages: … Continue reading
The Covenant of Moses was far greater than mere Covenant Law. The Covenant of Moses was founded on the Covenant of Abraham. It presumes a level of intimacy and commitment with God that is simply not easily formulated in human … Continue reading
As always, the best I can do is share my convictions. I’ve spent my whole life studying the Scriptures and the cultural-historical background behind them. No one could count the hours I’ve spent contemplating and praying about it. Words cannot … Continue reading
God protected Israel when she was faithful to the Covenant. Take the time to analyze the broader history of the Ancient Near East. You will see that Israel rose on the collapse of one older and fading empire, and conquered … Continue reading
If the Lord doesn’t breathe life into these words, they cannot help you. This is the work of the Holy Spirit. All I’m doing is sharing my experience; this is my personal narrative. If God doesn’t make it real to … Continue reading
“Just tell me this, man: Why does my mother have to get sick and die? She was a good person; she doesn’t deserve to die!” This is often leveled as an accusation. While it pretends to attack God, it’s really … Continue reading