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Jesus Said, “Love Your Enemies”

  1. 12th December 2020
  2. Josh Lyons

The United States experiences deeper divisions with each passing day. With every tweet, headline, and lawsuit, people use the word “enemy” more frequently, despite being an especially harsh insult to call one’s fellow countrymen. When we see politicians and celebrities and activists label others “enemy,” we might call to mind certain teachings and lessons from...

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Saving An Endangered Species

  1. 09th December 2020
  2. Dan Carlile

February 5, 2016, marked the 80th anniversary of the founding of the National Wildlife Federation (NWF). On that date eight decades ago in 1936, a diverse coalition of hunters, anglers, gardeners, and other outdoor enthusiasts met in Washington D.C. at the nation’s first North American Wildlife Conference, convened by President Franklin D. Roosevelt.

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Footprints of Jesus

  1. 05th December 2020
  2. William Williams

Though it seems incredible, some people today doubt that Jesus Christ ever existed despite His impact on history. Was Christ even a real person? How could you prove it?

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The Freedom Trap

  1. 02nd December 2020
  2. Scott D. Winnail

Of all the values society holds dear today, freedom must top the list! As we look around our nations and communities, what freedoms do we value? We value freedom of speech, freedom of travel, and freedom to act as individuals. We cherish freedom of choice—in marriage, family, religion, and myriad other things. Many even seem to value freedom from marriage,...

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The Danger of Itching Ears

  1. 28th November 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

Having itching ears is an ancient malady. It is not a disease, per se, but it is a condition, and it can develop unless steps are taken to prevent it. Numerous warnings about it are in the Bible, especially for the latter times in which we are now living.

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It’s Not About the Turkey

  1. 25th November 2020
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

Do you have a pet peeve? You know, an irritation that rankles you, but in the grand scheme of things is relatively minor? As we in the United States approach our national day of Thanksgiving, it irritates me when people flippantly refer to it as “Turkey Day.” It is so much more than a day for turkey, football, and all the trimmings! Now, these things are great...

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What Does It Mean to Suppress the Truth?

  1. 21st November 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

Truth suppression comes in many forms, such as silencing, censoring, covering up, boycotting, sequestering, and even “canceling.” We hear a lot about transparency, but sadly it is often missing in the words and deeds of business, government, media, and personal relationships. Why do we “suppress the truth”?

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The Bursting of the Bubble

  1. 18th November 2020
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

As we experienced the most robust economy in memory, with full employment, rising wages, record retail sales, and booming international trade, it was the pride of government leaders and political parties.

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Don't Be Half-Hearted

  1. 14th November 2020
  2. Roger Meyer

Have you ever noticed that the most popular, most successful practitioners of sports, music, or any endeavor—those we consider stars and heroes—are never half-hearted? Quite the opposite, they pursue their craft with zeal, dedication, passion, spirit, and all their heart.

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Do You Have God's Protection?

  1. 11th November 2020
  2. Richard F. Ames

Why is it that we human beings, created in the image of God, generally ignore our Creator until some tragedy or calamity strikes? Is it because many of us by nature are procrastinators? Historically, the servants of God have always urged the human family to seek God now—not wait for some so-called deathbed repentance.

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