The Master distributed talents, to one man ten talents, to another five, then to a third man one talent.   The man with the one talent, went and hid his talent in the ground.  He took his purpose and buried into the soil of disbelief and misbeliefs.  He did nothing with what God had called him…

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As I have pointed out many times over the years, the key to understanding what is really happening in Washington D.C. is to make appropriate linkages. If you can do this by connecting the dots, then you can discern exactly what is happening and why. Having just had an epiphany about what is really happening,…

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One of the perks of living in Florida is being a  Universal Studios’ passholder.  But even in a fun place there are certain irritations that can crop up–line ditchers, rudeness, impatience–to name a few.   Recently I spent a few days meditating on 1st Corinthians 13, and especially the way it reads in the Amplified…

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 “Come on, everyone. Get those bags packed. We don’t have all day, you know. I want to get as far as we can before the sun goes down.” Lifting bales of hay and throwing them in the wagon, the man smiled. Even though he had sprinkles of grey in his beard, the sparkle in his…

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When I read something written by a Democrat concerning those of us who support President Trump, or watch what they have to say on TV, I can’t help but notice how angry they are. Even if they aren’t Radical Leftists who are rabidly angry, at bare minimum anger is always subtly present within them. It’s…

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Suddenly.  Out of nowhere.  Knocked down.  Flat on your face.  Left scratching your head with great perplexion, “What is going on here? Why this? And why now?”   Life can be full of surprises.  For it has an uncanny way of sucking the strength right out you and leaving you with more questions than you…

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In 2017, when Amy Coney Barrett testified before the Senate Judiciary Committee about her qualifications to be confirmed as a U.S. District Judge, Senator Dianne Feinstein took umbrage. Feinstein found Barrett’s Catholicism particularly offensive, saying, “The dogma lives loudly within you.” To Feinstein, who opposed Barrett’s nomination, the Catholic nominee’s religious beliefs were depicted as…

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I’m not going to say it was an audible voice, but when it wakes you up in the middle of the night, it sure seems like it. I heard these words, “For all who are led by the Spirit of God are sons of God.” A familiar Scripture found in Romans 8:14. It got me…

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When I watch Senator Schumer or any of the other Democrats on TV crying foul about President Trump’s intention to fill the vacancy on the Supreme Court left by Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s death, I simply marvel at their audacity and cheekiness. After the despicable and disgraceful way in which they treated Judge Kavanaugh’s confirmation, for…

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