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Regarding the Article, “You Can’t Handle It”

The Psalmist wrote, “the LORD is my light and my salvation.” [Psa 27:1]. In the first three chapters of 1Corinthians, the Apostle Paul warns against confusing or using the wisdom of this world to proclaim the truth of God. For the wisdom of this world is foolishness to God and . . .
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Constitutional Conservatives Led Astray By Donald Trump

It is an amazing thing to watch Constitutional Conservatives – most of them professing Christians – abandon our foremost constitutional candidate, Ted Cruz, and jump on the bandwagon for the fascist populist, Donald Trump. Their claim is Ted Cruz is not a natural born citizen. To support their claim, they . . .
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Will Judge Bush Dismiss the Hitching Post?

How will the case of the Hitching Post vs City of CDA go? It has been a week and a day since the most recent motion was heard (motion to dismiss brought by the city). I was there and very disappointed with Hitching Post’s attorneys. Rather than boiling the issue down to the . . .
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It’s For the Children by Phil Hart

It’s For the Children by Phil Hart And it really is “for the children”, so said the Framers of our Constitution when they wrote into the preamble of that great document this language “…and to secure the blessings of liberty to ourselves and our posterity, do ordain and establish . . .
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Fear of Man Is Vote Against God

Last night, at the Kootenai County Republican Central Committee, I witnessed a bunch of professing Christians stand down on the vote to acknowledge Idaho to be a Christian State. Not that all the stand downs were professing Christians but I thought it quite ironic for Christians to vote to keep . . .
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How Jesus Addressed a Free Will Crowd

From John 6:35-71 (studyOfJohn.com). In the Gospel of John, chapter 6, Jesus was speaking to a crowd, among whom were those who professed themselves to be His disciples (v60). Others in the crowd considered their heritage to be sufficient evidence of following God (v31). Jesus was inviting them both . . .
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New Leadership in GOP Legislative District Four

Well, it is official: last night Legislative District 4 of the Kootenai County GOP elected a democrat (RINO) for chairman. Nominated and promoted by Rick Currie, former commissioner and one of the most liberal members of the party. Congratulate Tom Cronin but don’t expect him to be at the forefront . . .
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Looking for Miracles and Finding God’s Promise

The other day, I prayed for a miracle as I felt within myself a sense of desperation and I wanted confirmation God cared about my plight. By end of the day, nothing had happened and nothing had changed. Despair was overwhelming me and I wrestled with God. He reminded me . . .
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How Often We Pray with Limited Vision

In the Book of John, the first few verses of chapter six, the Apostle John described the prelude to the feeding of the five thousand. He explained Jesus had eluded the crowds and was resting with His disciples. However, the crowds discovered where He was and were heading toward Him. . . .
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Three Quick Rules for Writing Effective Resolutions

Resolutions can become somewhat controversial within a local political party. It does not have to be the subject matter, any more than it may be the maker, to create the controversy. This is so, because resolutions are quickly perceived to be personal matters among rival groups and a resolution gives . . .
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