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Monday, April 21st
~~And Jesus answered them, saying, “The hour has come for the Son of Man to be glorified. Truly, truly, I say to you, unless a grain of wheat falls into the earth and dies, it remains alone; but if...
Monday, April 21st
~~Linda Lou Taylor only got married once…for love. It was in 1957. Linda was sixteen and she married 31 year old George Scott, whom she loved deeply. The marriage lasted seven years, ending in a...
Sunday, April 20th
                            ~~Rome RisingDr. Jimmy DeYoung   Source Material: DVD Documentary, “RomeRising”   Revelation 13:1   1. Satanic Royalty - “Beast out of the sea” … review of Revelation 13 a...
Friday, April 18th
~~Title: Thyatira and the Land of the 7 ChurchesDescription: How did the thriving first century church of Thyatira lose its influence in the land of Turkey? Click here to watch now on demand before...
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Friday, April 11th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

~~If the World Vision marriage controversy a few weeks ago teaches us anything, it is this: there has to be a better way for Christians to be involved in mercy ministry. If we are content giving money away to organizations that pride themselves on being atheolgoical, then we are going to continually be frustrated when our resources end up being used to advance an agenda that is less than biblical. I have a few ideas about how to do mercy ministry more effectively, but first a quick comment about the stunning hypocrisy that came out as a result of World Vision’s capitulation (and...

Friday, April 11th
Author(s): Jesse Johnson

~~Yesterday  I argued that mercy ministry that is done through the local church is not only biblical, but it is more effective than other alternatives.   For starters, every biblical instance of mercy ministry from the ascension forward is in the context of the local church. In the case of famine, food is collected by the church, for the “saints in Jerusalem” (Rom 15:25-31).  In the case of widows, support is collected by the elders, managed by the deacons, given to only those who are devoted to prayer and serving in their church (Acts 4:37, 6:1; 1 Tim 5:5-10).  Believers are called to meet...

Friday, April 11th

~~Title: Pergamum and the Land of the Seven ChurchesDescription: Ancient Pergamum, a city that can tell all of us what it takes to keep from being destroyed by the presence of evil. Click here to watch on demand before it rolls into the members only Situation

Tuesday, April 8th

~~16 Reasons Why The Word of Faith and Church of Rome Can Merge as Envisioned By Pope Francis and Kenneth Copeland. Click here to watch on demand until Thursday night. Watch now before it rolls into the Situation Room for members only.

Tuesday, April 8th
Author(s): Nathan Busenitz

~~In the apostle John’s account of the new earth in Revelation 21-22, prominent attention is given to the New Jerusalem, the capital of the eternal heaven. Nearly half of Revelation 21 is devoted to describing the physical properties of the magnificent metropolis. Its glorious splendor will be the heart of the new earth, for it is here that God Himself dwells. New_Jerusalem Christians rarely think of heaven as a city, and yet that is precisely how God describes it (Heb. 11:16; cf. John 14:2). Cities have buildings, streets, houses, and citizens. They are places of political power, economic...

Monday, April 7th
Author(s): Brannon Howse

~~~~This is an excerpt of Brannon’s latest book, Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology: Untwisting the Most Commonly Distorted Scriptures That Lead to Bad Theology and an Unbiblical Worldview. This book was just released. Click here to order your copy now:   The Scripture: Now all who believed were together, and had all things in common, and sold their possessions and goods, and divided them among all, as anyone had need. So continuing daily with one accord in the temple, and breaking bread from house to house, they...

Monday, April 7th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

~~Pat Buchanan’s column, “Is God Now on Russia’s Side? [1],” is difficult to read and almost laugh-out-loud funny, as Buchanan was once a staunch anti-communist who served President Reagan as his communications director during the Cold War. Buchanan’s opposition to the Evil Empire, as Reagan correctly called it, has given way to an unseemly embrace of former Soviet KGB colonel Vladimir Putin, the virtual dictator of Russia who served the “Evil Empire” for decades. Once a sharp thinker, Buchanan argues that Putin is a Christian and Russia is now a Christian nation. We are apparently supposed...

Monday, April 7th
Author(s): Ken Ham

~~It is my contention that Dr. Norman Geisler, like so many other theologically conservative theologians, has adopted two different hermeneutical principles by which he interprets Scripture. This inconsistency causes problems. I have great respect for Dr. Geisler. He is a prolific author who for many years has contended for the faith and equipped Christians with some excellent apologetic arguments to defend the Christian faith against many secular attacks. Dr. Geisler is the Chancellor and Distinguished Professor of Apologetics at Veritas Evangelical Seminary in Murrieta, California, and is...


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