Monthly Archives: November 2005

Their Feet Are Swift…

At present the U.S. Supreme Court is in the throes of debate over Ayotte v. Planned Parenthood of Northern New England, involving the Parental Notification Act. This act prohibits abortions for minors unless the parents have been notified. This heated … Continue reading

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Who Let The Dogs…In?

Philippians 3:2 Beware of the dogs, beware of the evil workers, beware of the false circumcision… Thanks to the therapeutic culture of our modern world, the biblical concepts of despair and joy have been turned on their heads. Modern psychology … Continue reading

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Happy Humiliation Day to You!

Here is an idea for your family devotions today: I am sure that you are familiar with the story of Mr. William Bradford who served as the governor of Plymouth Plantation almost continuously from 1621 to 1656 (except for five … Continue reading

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With Liberty and Justice for All?

Americans love the ideals of liberty and justice. Our desire for these principles is so strong that even our pledge of allegiance ends with the expression – “with liberty and justice for all.” So whenever those ideals appear to be … Continue reading

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Sharing Christ at Salem College: Lift Up Your Eyes – Isaiah 40:26

Lift Up Your EyesWe recently had the opportunity to go to Salem College and present the glory of the heavens, and ultimately, share the Gospel of Jesus Christ. The Lord provided a wonderful opportunity to meet with many people – … Continue reading

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Behind a thundering providence…

Our recent camping experience ended with a rather interesting turn of events. We were caught in the middle of a lightening storm, with very little time to take cover. I heard a loud bolt of thunder, and with it, an … Continue reading

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