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Thanksgiving and the Feast of Tabernacles

The American holiday of the last Thursday in November and the Jewish Feast of Tabernacles have at least one thing in common: thanksgiving to God.  At Trinity Baptist Church, Barstow, CA where I’m the Assistant Pastor, part of our worship service is a responsive reading in the Gospel of John.   875 more words

Q And A Today

Happy Thanksgiving 2015 ...

Happy Thanksgiving and thank you to all who follow this blog and also my other one www.mvobsession.com  as well <3


Facts Over Fables: 7 Truths About Thanksgiving Everyone Should Know

History, they say, is written by the victors. And in the context of history, it seems that it is also true that if you repeat a lie enough, people will come to believe it, and so will you. 959 more words

Happy Thanksgiving!

Just want to take a moment to wish everyone a Happy Thanksgiving. If you do not celebrate I just wish you a wonderful day filled with good wishes. 510 more words

Canaanites Remaining in the Land...Will We?

“Manasseh did not drive out the House of Shean and its villages, or Taanak and its villages, or those who dwell in Dor and its villages or those who dwell in Ibleam and its villages, or the inhabitants of Megiddo and its villages, for the intention of the Canaanites was to dwell in that land. 518 more words



Many of you may be headed to the airport or the interstate for holiday travel, and if so, you might want to pass the time by listening to the podcast of a recent interview that I did with Professor Al Zambone of Augustana College.  95 more words

The Pilgrims And The First Thanksgiving

Plimouth Plantation Virtual Tour

A reenactment of the First Thanksgiving  meal l when the Pilgrims invited the Native Americans who had helped them stay alive in the New World, of Plimouth Plantation, Massachusetts. 245 more words