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Too Late for Regret

I’m ready. Having spent this long listening to the convictions in my heart, I can’t go back. At whatever cost, I’m staying on this path. On the one hand, I could arrange for your inspection a list of proofs that … Continue reading

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Still No Apocalypse

First, let me refer you to an article that might be worth your time: There’s no meat left on that bone. There isn’t even a bone left. There’s only a debt-ridden mirage of a bone. If you’re looking to define … Continue reading

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Monday, Monday…

Put your hand to the plow and don’t look back (Luke 9:62). This past week has been a time of irrevocable decisions. My heart tells me it has been the same for a lot of people. The whole world has … Continue reading

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A Two-Edged Sword

I share this for the sake of accountability; it’s not intended to convince you so much as to provoke your own contemplation. My conclusion rests not on some powerful prophetic impression, but rather a passive sense of moral justice. Several … Continue reading

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Anchorage of the Soul

Here’s the picture as I see it: The left-right paradigm is false. There is no left and right, only a collection of minor disagreements between two brands of elitist plutocrat controls. In a certain sense, the entire range of government … Continue reading

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Another Lesson in Prophecy

It seems a good time to offer another lesson in prophetic ministry. Here the main point is time, in that our fallen nature handles it very poorly. One major element in the Curse of the Fall is a high sensitivity … Continue reading

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300 Sheiks and a News Service

In case you forget, Qatar is the home of Al Jazeera. Qatar is run by an Arab clan and their wealth is based on massive supplies of natural gas. I’m pretty sure this is connected to my sense of dread … Continue reading

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