Within today’s column I am placing a recent article written by psychologist, writer and political commentator Charles Krauthammer. Although he is bound to a wheelchair because of a swimming accident many years ago, this man still stands tall in his ability to discern men and matters and express his thoughts in unique and revealing writings. […]
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The greatest question for the world in these times would be – “Is there one man who can save our world and how would that happen?” Well, yes, there is one man and He is the Savior of the world Jesus Christ. Let’s see a true story that helps to explain how that could happen. […]
Bad news seems to be the only news that receives any news these days. Of course there is a lot of bad news to report, but I am fully convinced there is equally, if not infinitely more good news that deserves to be promoted. After all, the Word of God teaches us clearly that, “whatsoever […]
Are there really RATS in the White House? Oh yes, along with cockroaches, ants, flies, maggots, spiders and other large bugs. Now I bet you thought the title of this article meant something else, but the truth is – the home of our nation’s First Family in Washington is infested. There are numerous reports about […]
A couple of years ago, while sitting in a classroom listening to a University professor drone on and on about how the popular notion of America’s exceptional history was pure fabrication, and “now that we have been enlightened” this nation, and its founders, were far from being exceptional but instead were downright unfair, unjust and […]
MTD or “Moralistic Therapeutic Deism,” is a postmodern view of God that seems to currently dominate the religious views of many, if not most, church going Americans today. When MTD is clearly defined, we better understand the rise in the “feel good – watered down” religion of our day which has brought with it a […]
Over the next few days, as we end 2017 and open 2018, we will hear the words, “Happy New Year” time and again. I don’t know who started that saying, but this coming year it promises to be just that, a happy year in so many ways. If the short radical loon leader in North […]
The writer Johnathan Swift wrote these words in the year 1710 and although that was a long time ago, they are certainly “spot on” today. Here is what he wrote about truth and lies: “The vilest Writer has his Readers, so the greatest Liar has his Believers; and it often happens, that if a lie […]
“Those that are hungry shall hunger no more.” I Samuel 2:5 It might surprise you to know that the State of Georgia has one of the highest number of people in the nation who go without food on a daily basis. According to the Federal Government 20% of Georgians – or nearly 2 million people […]
Sometime along life’s way I read an article about how to develop and refine the “art” of attending church each week. I agree that there is far more to know about church attendance than the average person realizes but church attendance that benefits the attender is something that must and can be learned and constantly […]