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Farewell to an Old Friend

No regrets. Join me in saying farewell to the Volvo. We had it four years and it served us well. A couple of weeks ago I was working on the front suspension and it whispered to me that I shouldn’t … Continue reading

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Free from Mammon, Free from Fear

The USA must turn inward and prepare to prosper with less trade. Economists are excellent at analyzing what happened historically; they are utterly abysmal at predicting future events. Their logic is relentlessly vacant of moral discernment. That is, they deny … Continue reading

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Prophetic Word to the Aging

My Mom likes to share some of her emails with me because she knows I’ll have a reaction. Recently she passed along a message with 21 items of advice for folks aging and retired. I won’t copy it here because … Continue reading

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Tribulation for Sure

This is a prophetic warning. It’s useful only for those who feel led by the Lord to pay attention. Just a quick review first of the wider context. We’ve explained often enough what Biblical Law demands of us in terms … Continue reading

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Offerings to God

It makes a world of difference when you give to family versus giving to just about anyone else. I actually like the article on tithing at Wikipedia. It corrects a lot of lies told by greedy clergymen. Nowhere is tithing … Continue reading

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Divine Wrath: The Big Picture

This year the US government will borrow more than a trillion dollars. This money isn’t borrowed the way you and I might borrow from a bank or other financier. Government debt has to sold in the form of bonds. That … Continue reading

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Bits and Pieces 30

My lower legs all scratched up from yesterday’s ride. Dragging a bike through heavy underbrush is not a recommended activity. But I still feel it was worth it to see that lovely shoreline. I’m trying to get used to working … Continue reading

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