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Life is a Gift

Life is a Gift

Life is a gift and time; well, time is the clock that you can never turn backwards for once it is gone, it is gone. Time and life go hand in hand with memories of what was and what might have been.

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Talk More Do Less

Talk More, Do Less

Many foolish people have said there is no God and have tested the USA by having rid of the Ten Commandments and Bible reading in the schools. These minorities have succeeded in taking away prayer to God in the public schools and have brought forth the idea that “God is dead” so live for today and enjoy the moment.

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Leadership

Leadership

Integrity of Character, grounded in Godly principles, producing that which is good in God’s eyes, praying without ceasing and adhering to God’s laws, ordinances, and statutes. Do we have ten men and women who have fallen on good land and produced?

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Who Are You?

Who Are You?

Can one count the stars of the heavens? There must be Israelites everywhere—That is only logical—Why don’t you bring this up to your pastor and ask him or her who the Israelites are and the Jewish people are?

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Church Services Banned

Church Services Banned?

The Freedom to worship is slowly being taken away and the breath of the Christian is being sucked out without a whimper. As stated in the United States Constitution, Article 1 says Congress shall make no law respecting an establishment of religion or prohibiting the free exercise thereof; and yet we have states who open casinos at 50% capacity and only 50 people allowed to attend church.

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Count Your Blessings

Blessings

I am sure you would agree that 2020 had many ups and downs and that your way of life was turned upside down. Just think back, would you have thought that you must wear a mask when out in public or face a fine? Who would have thought public celebrations such as birthday parties, weddings, church services, seeing patients in the hospital, funerals, concerts, sporting events and so much more would be limited to the point that you count the number of people attending.

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Sheep

Sheep

Let us turn our attention to people known as the sheep or lost sheep of Israel and who are these people that the Bible speaks about—First, let me quote the following for you to ponder—Shocked by the Bible—Joe Kovacs—Chapter 26—Noah, Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob were not Jews.

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Famine in the USA

Famine

To many of us, this is the most wonderful time of the year and yet, to those going without food, decent clothing or shelter it is miserable. We are so blessed and yet so misguided that we have become callous to those who truly need a helping hand.

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The Rich Are Getting Richer

The Rich Are Getting Richer

Are you burying or hoarding your riches or are you sharing or spreading your wealth for the good of mankind? And, how do you treat your employees who built your company? Do you withhold from the poor? Do you “give less” and “ask for more”? Are you more interested in “the bottom line” than for the employee?

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