Was, Is Not and Yet it is????

Many years ago I had a conversation with my brother about the sad state of world affairs. He was not a fan of the then president, Ronald Reagan. Myself on the other hand appreciated the policies that the president was putting into place. In the course of our conversation, I...

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Joy For the Journey

In this post, I feel led to take a break from musings about our present world’s circumstances to ask a simple question… Are we too focused on the trip rather than on the destination? “And it came to pass, that, while they communed [together] and reasoned, Jesus himself drew near,...

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Strong Delusion

Babylon and the Beast Part 2 Just Say No! Most of you who read this are likely much more resistant to sales pitches than myself. I have had to train myself to read through sales pitches just for the opportunity to say “no!” to the psychological schemes that are employed...

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Babylon and The Beast

The experience of going to a theater production is unlike any other entertainment experience. It is the oldest and most engaging form of storytelling. A well told story is able to touch our emotions as we identify with the various characters in the story. A well crafted production can move...

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One Thing Can Stop What Is Coming…

Harvest Time Under the Shadow of The Beast “Little children, it is the last time: and as ye have heard that antichrist shall come, even now are there many antichrists; whereby we know that it is the last time.” 1 John 2:18 KJV “Do you not say, ‘There are still...

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Paradigm Shifts

“Why didn’t the Jews recognize that Jesus was their Messiah?“ Sometimes this question is asked in a very self-righteous, condemning way. In previous articles I have touched on some of the elements of our psyche that cause us to cling to what we believe to be normal ways of thinking...

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Apocalypse – Just Now

“We were all ‘was’ at one time, but Once you meet the Messiah, ‘am’ is all that matters” The Apostle Philip in ‘the Chosen” Time is an illusory but useful construct.  In the 1980’s, I lived on the Caribbean island of St Lucia serving as a Peace Corps Volunteer. During...

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Choose Your Ruts Wisely…

Back in the day when there were few paved roads and thin tires on vehicles, it often happened in the climates subject to freezing and thawing that ruts would form on the dirt roads during the wet, muddy season. During the winter months these ruts would freeze into deep tracks...

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