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Perfection

Fellow Americans,

Charles Darwin was a nineteenth century “intellectual” from England who was fascinated with improving the human race. As a youngster he studied to be a clergyman and doctor, but he became disinterested in both. 360 more words

Constitution

PHOTO: Screenshot Article by Bryan Howard February 20, 2019 Steven Crowder sends a pregnant woman undercover to a Colorado abortion clinic. This segment shows the sick process, which Colorado abortion clinics push late term abortions.

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Abortion is wrong

Writing this post and not getting to use the same arguments all over again is difficult or impossible, so the same common places will be used as talking points: 143 more words

Politics

Abortion Part 5: The #1 Human Rights Issue and It’s Devastating Effects

“A voice is heard in Ramah, mourning and great weeping, Rachel weeping for her children and refusing to be comforted, because they are no more.” Jeremiah 31:15…

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Risky Prophetic Business

For some, the topic of prophecy is uncomfortable let alone receiving or learning of specific details to manifest in the near or distant future. In this teaching, Carrie shares some of her experiences in the prophetic while comparing it to Scripture. 29 more words

Living By Faith

The Answer To All Disease, War and Calamities - God the Father - "This is the singular solution you seek, O man of earth!"

(Baby Noah miscarried at 12 weeks)

Holy Love Ministry
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October 10, 2007

I (Maureen) see a great Flame that I have come to know as the Heart of God the Father. 292 more words

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