Here we find high praise of Zion, representative of the gospel-church, to which is very applicable. Zion was preferred even more so than the rest of the Land of Canaan because it was crowned with special tokens of God’s favor. 1 He has founded his city on the holy mountain. 2 The Lord loves the […]
This video was shamelessly stolen from Alec Satin’s blog. . . THINK: Political Correctness.
Anyone who reads the Constitution and then questions the authority of the President to issue executive orders has a reading comprehension deficiency. The president not only serves as the nation’s commander-in-chief, but also as chief executive of the various departments and agencies. He may not manage these departments and agencies if he is unable to […]
The Clantons The head of the so-called Clanton gang was family patriarch Newman Haynes Clanton. Around Tombstone, Arizona, folks simply referred to him as Old Man Clanton —but I suspect not to his face. Newman was born somewhere around 1816 in Davidson County, Tennessee. His wife, whom he married in 1840, was Mariah Sexton Kelso […]
A prayer of King David, but let us fast forward to Matthew 7-8 as a reminder of how important prayer is: “Ask, and it will be given to you; seek, and you will find; knock, and it will be opened to you. For everyone who asks receives, and he who seeks finds, and to him who knocks […]
. . During a recent Town Hall, presidential candidate Marco Rubio was challenged in his faith and jeeringly referred to as the Pastor-in-Chief by someone who identified himself as the representative of millions of atheists and non-theist Americans. Rubio acquitted himself quite well, I thought, in responding to this person. But I want to have […]
Marcus Aurelius was the last of the so-called “five good emperors” of Rome—preceded by Nerva, Trajan, Hadrian, and Antoninus Pius. Today we credit Marcus Aurelius for having presided over the most majestic days of the Roman Empire, governing from 161 to 180 AD —but more than a great emperor, he also stood out as one […]