In chapter three of the book of Daniel, we find the famous story of Shadrach, Meshach, Abednego and the fiery furnace. We read how a decree was made in Babylon which said when music was heard from the palace orchestra everyone was to bow down and worship the idol that represented the king. 1,273 more words
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The Gospel might stir up worldly divisions, yet drawn to reconcile godly relations.
It is not a big surprise our communities are a mixture of differing factions, cults, religions, or movements–that even inside this what we called home has got its own separation or disjointing issues. 297 more words
From the American Conservative
By MICHAEL TRACEY
Tim Kaine is a rebuke to disaffected progressives.
When Donald Trump presented his vice presidential running mate to the world, he was forthright with the rationale for selecting the relatively dull Mike Pence—a man who may perfectly embody the notion of a “generic Republican.” At the unveiling press conference, Trump declared in his characteristically unvarnished manner: “I think if you look at one of the big reasons that I chose Mike … one of the reasons is party unity.” 935 more words
The Bible is basically a compilation of love letters from our Father in heaven, His loving words breathed onto each page. Over the next several months, as we study the letters of the Bible, Galatians through Jude, I pray that You will experience His eternal love in new ways and that it will transform you. 674 more words