Monthly Archives: May 2019

WHAT NAME???

Several years ago I heard a pastor in a Christian church end the prayer he was praying with these words… “in his name” we pray. It irked me to hear that generic term used. It was at a funeral service … Continue reading

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Catholics Line Up to Worship the Flesh of a Dead Priest in Tennessee

Hard to believe, right? Not if you are a former Roman Catholic. It’s hard to comprehend the Roman Catholic mindset unless you’ve “been there”. Protestant Christian… why are you joining with the “queen of iniquity”. Catholics Line Up to Worship … Continue reading

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Villagers in India Deprive Five Christian Families of Farmland, Food, Water

Villagers in India Deprive Five Christian Families of Farmland, Food, Water (Found this on Apostasy Watch.)

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THINKING OF MY MOM ON MOTHER’S DAY

A couple of years ago I attended a funeral service. The preacher told the people that whatever their relationship was with the deceased person, that is what it would be forever. Whatever was said was said, and whatever was unsaid would … Continue reading

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THE STRONG DELUSION OF CHRISTIAN ZIONISM

This post was written by my husband several years ago. There is also a video version of this post. It can be found here. THE STRONG DELUSION OF CHRISTIAN ZIONISM by WF White I remember viewing a¬†convention some years ago … Continue reading

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