1 Deliver me from my enemies, O God; be my fortress against those who are attacking me. 2 Deliver me from evildoers and save me from those who are after my blood. 3 See how they lie in wait for me! Fierce men conspire against me for no offense or sin of mine, Lord. 4 […]

While investigating the theft of a horse on 12 June 1901, Karnes County Texas Sheriff W. T. “Brack” Morris went to the Thulemeyer Ranch outside Kenedy where the brothers Gregorio and Romaldo Cortez were tenant corn farmers. Morris had heard that Gregorio had acquired a mare from a Mexican resident of Kenedy by way of […]

Scholars believe that before Saul began to persecute David by force of arms—before he raised a militia to seize him, he began a legal process which included condemnation for which he was permitted no defense, denounced as a traitor by the great council, and then proclaimed an outlaw wolf, whom any man might kill and […]

Someone at the Gatestone Institute recently asked, “Will anyone help the Kurds?” There is no mistaking the fact that Kurdish people most desire their own country. I presume this would include territory ceded to them from southern Turkey, Northern Syria, Iraq, and perhaps even a small slice of northern Iran. The likelihood of this happening […]

Stanley Davis Jones was born on a ranch near Douglas, Arizona on 5 June 1914. After his father died, his mother moved to Los Angeles, California. Jones attended the University of California (Berkley), riding in rodeos in order to help pay his tuition, but in 1934 he dropped out of college to join the Navy. […]

In David’s example, this prayer is a worthy appeal to the Almighty whenever we are in danger of physical harm, or when we are being tempted to stray from the word of God. 1 Have mercy on me, my God, have mercy on me, for in you I take refuge. I will take refuge in […]


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