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Know your tribe; put their needs first. This is fundamental to how reality works, how Creation was designed. We’ve covered some of this before. There are fundamental principles of Biblical Law that we strive to put into words to manifest … Continue reading
You need to understand this: The modern journalist is the new Secret Police. Insofar as you would expect a police state regime in the USA, the primary threat to your sanity and safety is the mainstream media. In popular terms, … Continue reading
I’m not an American; I’m an Okie. And you — wherever you live — should identify first and foremost on the human level with the locale in which you live. The USA is doomed. Yet life here will not end; … Continue reading
We live in perilous times, when men call good “evil” and evil “good.” It is pervasive; it is the natural DNA of Western Civilization. The only escape is to reject Western culture and declare yourself something else. I stand for … Continue reading
This is tough to unwind. We’ve had a vast ocean of words that get us nowhere, while divine truth means reaching past mere words and human logic. The foundation of faith is your personal encounter with God. He calls and … Continue reading
One of the covenant names for God is “Jehovah-Jireh” — literally, “God will see to it” in the sense of provision for what He has called us to do. And in typical Hebrew ambiguity, it also implies that you will … Continue reading
I’m still convinced that we will see increased turmoil with the election. There’s really not much more I can say about it. The Lord is being very quiet about this now. In part, it’s because there are too many variables … 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
There is a sense in which we could say that Law is grace. It’s hard to say how well the growing nation of Israel held onto their Mesopotamian culture and education, especially during their sojourn in Egypt. It would seem … Continue reading