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Be Anxious for Nothing

  1. 24th September 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

There are so many things happening today that may fill us with anxiety, including the economy, crime and violence, drugs, war, terrorism, moral decline, pandemics, ineffective government, political and societal divisions, supply chain issues, food and border insecurity, climate change, and other threats to our safety and welfare. What does the Bible teach about...

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Choose Your Fears

  1. 21st September 2022
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

While economic issues dominate the attention of most people, global issues continue to loom large, causing concern about the future of the United States and its role as the leader of the free world.

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Remember—Don’t Forget!

  1. 17th September 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

Like many of my older-generation peers, my memory isn’t what it used to be, and it never was my particular strong suit. Many people have difficulty remembering things, but there are certain things that we simply must remember—things far too important to forget. Pardon the jokes, but I’ve had a memory problem for about as long as I can remember. Sometimes having...

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Climate Change: A Misdirected Agenda?

  1. 14th September 2022
  2. J. Davy Crockett III

In a quiet moment, as you consider the impact of the major issues that fill the news cycle, do you ever wonder how things will turn out? The hotly contested subject of climate change dominates the news and is on the political agenda of countries around the world. In the spirit of contemplation, fast forward in your thoughts to an evening in 2035 AD and consider...

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The Sadness of King Charles III

  1. 10th September 2022
  2. William Bowmer

Every monarch has a public face put forward to unify the nation, as well as a private heart shaped by personal joys and sorrows. King Charles III has ascended to the British throne at 73 years of age—47 years older than Queen Elizabeth II was at the time of her ascension. Unlike his mother, who began her rule in her twenties, Charles has already spent a lifetime...

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What Is Wrong with the Book of Enoch?

  1. 07th September 2022
  2. Josh Lyons

The Book of Enoch has gained popularity in recent years, as indicated by a large variety of recent YouTube videos sporting millions of views. It was also a source of inspiration for parts of Darren Aronofsky’s 2014 film Noah. (You can read our blunt review of that film here.) With a recent increase in the popularity of the Book of Enoch, and its alleged quote in...

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To Be or Not to Be Fulfilled

  1. 03rd September 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

To be or not to be fulfilled—that is the question regarding whether or not Bible prophecies have been fulfilled or are yet to be fulfilled. It is a fair question, to be sure, despite my apologies to William Shakespeare for appropriating from his play “Hamlet” the famous soliloquy spoken by Prince Hamlet.

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Recently, while driving through a mid-sized town, I saw a prominent flagpole flying the American flag—a flag that, as an American, myself, I have always loved and have been very thankful to call “my flag.” On that same flagpole, a little farther down, was another flag blowing in the wind—the “LGBT pride” flag. This is a common sight today, as many institutions...

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Good Counsel vs. Bad Counsel

  1. 20th August 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

Many people know the value of good counsel. Businesses hire consulting firms with good credentials and reputations to advise them in many areas, including financial, technical, and legal matters. Without that wise counsel, their businesses could suffer significant losses or even failure. National leaders should also seek sound counsel for the good of their...

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Who Do You Imitate?

  1. 13th August 2022
  2. Roger Meyer

One way we learn is by imitating someone. Children, especially, are imitators. But adults also learn by imitating others, particularly those they admire. Who do you imitate?

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