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A Lesson in Sin: Telling the Truth

In a world full of deceit and lies, you may find it increasingly difficult not to break the ninth commandment. Political figures, news reporters, financial agents, and many others twist and manipulate words to suit their needs. Consequently, it is common in our society to mislead children and lie to others to “protect” them. The question we should be asking ourselves is: How does God … Continue reading A Lesson in Sin: Telling the Truth

A Letter from Bryant Muldrew: Woman of God: Knowing Who and What You Are

Grace be unto you from the God the Father and the Lord Jesus Christ. I pray that the Lord God bestows wisdom upon every woman who gives ear to this word I send unto you. I know and I am aware of the unforgettable abuse many women have suffered throughout the millennia of mankind’s existence. Only the experience of giving birth to two daughters out-of-wedlock … Continue reading A Letter from Bryant Muldrew: Woman of God: Knowing Who and What You Are

The Battle for Life Continues

In Arkansas, Gov. Mike Beebe vetoed legislation that would ban abortions at 12 weeks of pregnancy on Monday. Gov. Beebe says that the proposed ban was unconstitutional and was in conflict with the U.S. Supreme Court ruling in Roe v. Wade. Boston.com quotes Gov. Beebe as saying, “When I was sworn in as governor I took an oath to preserve, protect and defend both the … Continue reading The Battle for Life Continues

Looking For the Next Hitler

Senator Rand Paul said in a recent filibuster that, “even a democracy gets it wrong.” Senator Paul’s statement is absolutely true. He mentions that in the chaos of 1930’s Hitler was elected democratically. As the world falls deeper and deeper into chaos, Americans are looking at the current administration for the next Hitler. The chaos that exists in the United States cannot be compare with … Continue reading Looking For the Next Hitler

Media Blackout at the Vatican

According to Washington Post reporter Jason Horowitz, Catholic cardinals have decided to refrain from conducing interviews with reporters. Vatican spokesman Tom Rosica was reported as saying that, “they realize the importance of keeping things to themselves,” when it comes to their proceedings before the coming conclave. Before this announcement some of the American cardinals have conducted interviews describing their criteria for choosing the next pope. … Continue reading Media Blackout at the Vatican