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Daily Devotion
Be A Witness
Date: Wednesday, July 29, 2015 Chapters: Isaiah 17-20 Message Title: Be A Witness Hello My Friend, A stumbling stone is an obstacle, God has placed a stumbling stone between Himself and man, which means He places an obstacle before all mankind that keeps them from reaching Him. That obstacle is Jesus Christ, if you get to Jesus then you get to God. Whether Jew or Gentile, the only way to get to Jesus is by believing in Him, after all, if you do not believe in Jesus than you do not believe in God. “All things are delivered to me of my Father: and no man knoweth who the Son is, but the Father; and who the Father is, but the Son, and he to whom the Son will reveal him.” - Luke 10:22. God loves His people, in fact, He loves all of His creation, what He does not love is sin, and let me tell you, as wicked as the world is, there are some so called Christians that are even more wicked. It is the idleness of the faithful and the wickedness of the unfaithful that brings judgment to a... (more)

Ramblings
a life to emulate -
dr apj andul kalam

I dont like writing obituaries. I will make an exception. India lost one if its greatest sons - Dr Abdul Kalam. To measure greatness, one has to look at what the person achieved to put India on the frontiers of excellence and how they inspired. On both counts, managing the missile programs of 1980s, marked by isolation driven India's quest for indigenous technologies and inspiring generations of students and old alike rank among the top achievements India has seen in the last half century. Shutting out negativities that surround us even for one day would be the most befitting tribute we pay to his memory. May his life inspire more Indians to take India to greater heights!

The Common Ills
Iraq snapshot
Iraq snapshot Tuesday, July 28, 2015. Chaos and violence continue, AP reports on the use of child soldiers in Iraq, Iraq's prime minister objects to Turkey's bombings of northern Iraq, presidential contender Hillary Clinton has no apparent thoughts on what to do about Iraq today, Senator Tammy Baldwin pushes a VA reform bill, and much more. Let's open with veterans' news. Senator Tammy Baldwin's office released the following: For Immediate Release Tuesday, July 28, 2015 Contact: press@baldwin.senate.gov (202) 224-6225 Baldwin Announces Growing Support for Major Bipartisan VA Reform Bill Jason Simcakoski Memorial Opioid Safety Act would provide VA with the tools it needs to address the problem of overprescribing practices Senators Durbin, Franken and Klobuchar join The American Legion, MOAA, AMVETS and others in endorsing... (more)

Truth in Love
War on Culture War
The War on the Culture War Author: John Horvat II Source: American Thinker - 07.25.2015 Link: about.me/gideonsword The Supreme Court’s 5-4 decision mandating same-sex “marriage” nationwide is being heralded as the decisive blow in the nation’s Culture War. It is proof, pundits say, that Christianity is in decline and the massive reaction to the sexual revolution of the sixties has failed. Culture Warriors are now being urged to bow to the inevitable by either giving in or fading away. Liberals everywhere are parroting the mantra that the Culture War is over because the sexual revolution cannot be undone. The nation needs to move on. But is the Culture War over? Every war must have a winner and a loser. It is usually the loser that declares the war is over by surrendering. This is a very strange situation where the supposed victor is declaring the war over without the consent of the vanquished. In fact, most... (more)

The Process
Imperial Strategy for a New World Order - 3
An Imperial Strategy for A New World Order Part 3 A New World War for a New World Order December 17, 2009 Introduction In Parts 1 and 2 of this series, I have analyzed US and NATO geopolitical strategy since the fall of the Soviet Union, in expanding the American empire and preventing the rise of new powers, containing Russia and China. This Part examines the implications of this strategy in recent years; following the emergence of a New Cold War, as well as analyzing the war in Georgia, the attempts and methods of regime change in Iran, the coup in Honduras, the expansion of the Afghan-Pakistan war theatre, and spread of conflict in Central Africa. These processes of a New Cold War and major regional wars and conflicts take the world closer to a New World War. Peace can only be possible if the tools and engines of empires are dismantled. ... (more)




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