Soon there will be no fence-sitters

One thing this time of blasphemy and apostasy is doing is outing the hidden haters of Jesus to declare for satan. In the end, nothing will be hidden. (1 Cor 4:5). It seems that great numbers of people are being shifted, inched, nudged, or pushed into one side or another.After the rapture, during the ensuing …

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Be angry…but do not sin

Are you righteously angry? Even personally angry? It's OK ... within limits."Be angry and do not sin; do not let the sun go down on your anger," (Ephesians 4:26)Why should we deal with our anger right away? Because it is deceitful and it hardens us faster than you can say Jack Robinson."But exhort one another …

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Where is the righteous indignation? The holy anger?

Most sane people, until recently at least, would agree that child abuse is heinous. It is something that arouses in people an anger and feelings of severe indignation, in some cases, even violence. The very notion of an innocent and vulnerable child being abused by a horrid man or woman is beyond comprehension. The notion …

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Woman booted from Athens restaurant, calls manager a ‘Muslim’

I live in Northeast Georgia, near the city of Athens. My local newspaper is the Athens Banner Herald. Yesterday while on lunch break, I read the paper online. I came across this article. And upon reading it, I became quite dismayed.Woman booted from Athens restaurant, calls manager a 'Muslim'A 68-year-old Athens woman caused a disturbance …

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