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    Christian Civil Rights

    First, before I get started, I apologize for being late with this Sunday’s blog.  My computer locked up in sleep mode at 4:30 AM, and I didn’t get running again until 12:45 PM. I guess it didn’t want to get up.    I think it’s OK now. Some issue or another comes up almost every week concerning the rights of Christians verses other groups, primarily the LGBT community.  This is a serious issue that should not be passed off lightly, as that harms both groups.  I need to try shedding light on this issue from the Christian perspective, as it also effects Jews, Muslims, and other groups that take God’s…

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    Thoughts and Issues.

    This is not the blog I planned for today.   The more I wrote, the more I realized I was creating more questions-even for myself-than I was answering. I’m going to be working on that article, and others, that address current issues that haven’t been sufficiently covered in the news.  Research on those continues as of now, and I will have one of them ready by next week.  You will either love them or hate them, but I guarantee that they will be relevant and useful to you. One of the questions I have been getting from readers is where they can find more information like I have published here. …

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    Doubting Your Salvation

    Most Christians, at one time or another, doubt their salvation, doubt that God is real or that Jesus was really the Savior.  If you have doubted, you’re in good company. John the Baptist doubted Jesus’ claim to be the Messiah when he was in prison.  John was Jesus’ cousin, and his role in life was to be the forerunner of the Messiah, to go before Him and announce His arrival.  And yet here he was in prison.  How could that be? Surely the cousin of the Messiah, and His forerunner would be protected and saved from harm.  John, sitting in prison, began to doubt.  He sent word to Jesus asking…