Thank you for your insightful writing. I know it’s short notice, but do you think our upcoming national birthday would be an appropriate time for a solemn day of prayer and fasting for the future of our nation? I still believe God has a plan for America’s good, but His people have to stop sitting on their hands.
Keep up your good work! You stand against the ways of the world and stand with God.
We Christians need to stand together and resist what is being forced upon this nation and the world.
Stay strong, Joseph. My heart weeps for this nation, but without the shining light of our nation in this world, the darkness will continue to remove hope from the masses. This nation has been a beacon of light and justice for the whole world. We must relight the torch of goodness in our nation. Please try to organize a major call to prayer for our nation. If we can unite together for at least a few moments of unified prayer, a ... continue reading »
“Choose your battles well.”These words of wisdom have been around for a long time. But, as is so often the case, when it comes to wisdom, many people don’t get it.
There are too many battles available to try to fight them all. Some battles are worth fighting, and some are not. Choose carefully where you are going to invest your time and energy in engaging in life’s battles.
We are once again seeing a poorly chosen battle that seems to appear every decade or so. That is the battle of the Confederate flag. In the past, this battle has had two results – more confederate flags sell than before and racial ... continue reading »
Reader Rick Mallin asked an intelligent, pertinent question: Whatever happened to the impeachment of our tyrant president?
The answer: Rather than impeaching Obama, RINOs in Congress are gifting the lawless tyrant with even more power with which to wreak havoc with American law, trade, the economy, immigration and the like.
In truth, nobody really knows how pervasive the damage might become because most of our duly elected weasels did not read the TPA proposal before voting on the damn thing.