Tag Archives: Israel

A Flag Over Glenrothes

Satan doesn't even need to persecute many Christians — he's got them living half of their lives on his terms, anyway. Continue reading

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If Your Cause is Just, You Don’t have to Lie

If your cause is just, you don’t have to lie, and when you blatantly lie, it causes any reasonable person to doubt your cause. Continue reading

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“He Carried Them Away” — Ashtaroth / Astartu

You may not find a blood-thirsty tyrant at your door, but if you follow today’s idols it isn’t going to end well. Continue reading

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“O Assyrian, the Rod of Mine Anger!”

It seems you are in the end of Israel’s Northern Kingdom, the time of Israel’s captivity and Judah’s terror. Continue reading

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The Withered Fig Tree — Nothing But Leaves

Jesus judged the fig tree, and went on into Jerusalem, into the city He would judge. Continue reading

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The Parable of the Husbandmen — to Kill the Son

It means nothing to them that Jesus died. They have something to which they are clinging, something they don’t want to give up. Continue reading

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Rightly Dividing — “Service” in Romans 12:1

A week ago, I started a new sermon series.  One of the most commonly preached verses in the Bible is Romans 12:1, which tells us to be “living sacrifices”.  This sermon series will be focused largely on the succeeding verses, … Continue reading

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