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Christ – Lord of time and all creation

Jesus Christ rebuked a hypocrite above all things.

Images of the Christ child lying in a manger warm our hearts and comfort our souls during this very special time of the year.  The songs we sing remind us of angels and shining bright stars adorning the humble surroundings of that very first Christmas over 2000 years ago.  And at Easter we think of the suffering Christ and the price He paid for our salvation.

Mor’on Justice Roberts

What did John Roberts do? He called it a tax, and a tax is what it is.

In the news this past week there have been reports about the Supreme Court getting another chance to do the right thing concerning the unconstitutional “Un-Affordable Health Care Act”, previously known as ObamaCare.

Operation Restoring Freedom – go nuclear

Washington at prayer - a nuclear option for a non-nuclear age

Anyone reading or listening to the news these days is sure to have heard about Harry Reid’s nuclear option. While Senator Reid would certainly make use of any such option at his disposal, the label pales in comparison to the real power many of us have at our disposal. In order to restore what we have lost to this present coup, we have resorted to throwing firecrackers at the enemies of our country when we have a full storehouse of nuclear weapons. Why do we use firecrackers when we have nuclear weapons? Partially because we are unaware and unorganized, but more importantly, because we fail recognize the power that is ours for the taking.

No Man is Above the Law

The gavel: a symbol of justice and punishment for corrupt officials.


No man is above the law and no man is below it; nor do we ask any man’s permission when we ask him to obey it. Obedience to the law is demanded as a right; not asked as a favor.

– Theodore Roosevelt

Napoleon said, “He who saves his country violates no law.” I say, he who fulfills the law out of love saves his country (Romans 13:10), only to establish liberty (2 Corinthians 3:17).

America: stand down or stand up?

Monument to the Forefathers of America


Study the Past

Inscribed on the bottom of one of the two statues in front of the National Archives building in Washington D.C.

Just this last week I have traveled through 15 states: Minnesota, Wisconsin, Illinois, Indiana, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Massachusetts, Rhode Island, Connecticut, New Jersey, Delaware, Maryland, Virginia, and North and South Carolina, reaching out to high school and college students in hopes of finding those who will take the baton that the forefathers of America have given unto us. All in hopes of those students forging ahead a future for themselves and their posterity.

Gay marriage and the church

Bader G. Qarmout suggests a way to keep gay marriage outside the church: members only.

As New Jersey became the 14th state in the Union to license gay marriage, I am left wondering why and what is next. Will this judicial activism have any impact on churches? Some may think I am overreacting. But I fear the church is 15-25 years away from being forced to perform same sex or “gay marriage” or risk losing tax exemption for discrimination. A Pastor threatening to close his church doors before doing so, is no threat at all.

Religion and politics: do they mix?

The Bible. Handbook of leadership

Do religion and politics mix? Before answering, ask yourself: How did America, once a noble nation, become so confused?

Church militant, part 2

Marine recruits. How many professors appreciate the role of the military?

I continue my series on The Church Militant with this quote from Catherine Booth co-founder of The Salvation Army:

Holiday religious freedom protest

A Christmas Nativity scene - not a bland, nondescript holiday display

As the coming holiday season approaches, I have decided not to do the usual decorative display. This year I will be decorating with a purpose. Yes, there will be traditional holiday white and red lights, but there will be an addition to my display – a rather large nativity scene.

Soros campaigns to shut me down

Bradlee Dean takes on Rachel Maddow and MSNBC--now in c ourt.

Some people love to pull your hair, smack you in the face, assault you and your livelihood, and then have the audacity to cry victim. George Soros is one of them. His latest attack against me is a prize example.