Category Archive for: General

It’s Your Choice

Yesterday I promised that I would share with you “one way” that we could educate, equip and involve the Millennials (Gen Y) and rising age of Generation Z to effect the “next” generation of Americans who come into public office. But before I do, I must open with this. I am a firm believer that the…

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For the Next Generation

William Strauss & Neil Howe* are historians and researchers of generations in America’s History. In their book, “Generations,” they reveal a pattern in our country’s history where the start and finish of a “cycle” goes through four generational types: 1) Idealists, 2) Reactives, 3) Civics, and 4) Adaptives. Each generational type is affected by a pattern…

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The End is Near. Again.

According to biblical scholars and authors from a Dispensationalist view, this weekend will complete the last seven successive cycles of the Shemitah (the seventh year land Sabbath of the Palestinian Covenant). Under that covenant, every 49th year ushered in the 50th year of the release of all slaves and debt (Leviticus 25). It was called…

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Jonah’s Bias

Some people may wonder and ask, “Is God judging our nation? Is it possible that could happen, or is it happening?” If indeed God is judging our nation, I would like to illustrate an important lesson from an Old Testament prophet named Jonah.    Jonah was God’s man for the hour, a voice to the people of a kingdom who…

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A Lesson From History

Last week I wrote about the vexation of our sanctified soul and spirit over the flagrant wicked deeds of the ungodly. Our hearts cry out for justice, yet we see nothing happen. We cry out for a righteous leader, though there are few who rise to the occasion. In the times of the Judges (after…

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September Collapse?

Many have been hearing about the secular predictions of an economic collapse coming in September. Should we be concerned? Of course. But as I quoted Kevin Connor in my recently released book, Countdown to Eternity, “Only history proves prophecy,” and this also applies to secular predictions. Could it happen in September? It’s possible, but so…

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Is It Time To Flee to Your Mountain?

In my devotions today, I read Psalm 11 where David declares, “In the Lord I take refuge.” On that fact, he then says to those in despair over the wickedness around them, “How then can you say to me: ‘Flee like a bird to your mountain. For look, the wicked bend their bows; they set…

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Success is Found in the One

When we make it our goal to be successful by numbers, motives shift from pursuing God to pursuing self-aggrandizement. The more souls saved the more self-glory found in the notches on our belt. The problem is that it makes lost people the object of personal ambition rather than the object of God’s love. It makes…

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Reflecting the One I Love

Since my attempt at achieving perfection has failed, it doesn’t mean that I stop making an effort to be a godly person. It means I may be trying to obtain perfection for the wrong reason, and in the wrong way. First of all, no one is perfect but God. Now this doesn’t excuse any of…

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Jesus in the Everyday

Jesus claimed that all the Old Testament laws, prophecies, and the Psalms were fulfilled in him and pointed to him as the divine revelation of God and all that he is. You will not find Jesus through the practice of any religious activity or rigid rules and techniques; instead you will find him in the…

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