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Christian Persecution in India

In this edition dedicated to the Christian resistance to the lawless tyranny of England against colonial America of the mid 1700s, we share a sermon by colonial pastor Clark, a man who as pastor of the Lexington, Massachusetts congregation sought God’s mind regarding tyranny and then took personal leadership to oppose it. We thought it […]

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The Fate of Blood-Thirsty Oppressors, and GOD’s Tender Care of His Distressed People

Sermon by Jonas Clark Preached at Lexington, April 19, 1776 To commemorate the MURDER, BLOODSHED and Commencement of Hostilities, between Great-Britain and America, in that Town, by a Brigade of Troops of George III, under Command of Lieutenant-Colonel SMITH, on the Nineteenth of April, 1775. (Excerpted from the Nordskog Publishing title The Battle of Lexington) […]

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Patrick of Ireland—Part 2

Guest essay by Marshall Foster When Patrick first came to Ireland he had been brutally kidnapped and sold into slavery. He returned to Ireland not as a slave, but as a liberator. This simple event “had the most extraordinary, most far-reaching effect. It changed the face of the nation, and utterly changed the nation’s destiny. […]

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Patrick of Ireland—Part 1

Guest essay by Marshall Foster Patrick of Ireland. Every year on March 17th we celebrate his life. Countless sons have been named after him. Innumerable churches bear his name as well. Parades in his honor march through the streets of great cities. But do we really know him? The truth is, very few people do. […]

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Attempting the Impossible – for America’s Preborn, the Church, and Our Republic

Guest essay by Please Let Me Live National Life Chain God is looking for those with whom He can do the impossible. What a pity that we plan only the things that we can do by ourselves.—A.W. Tozer (deceased), revered prayer leader, pastor, theologian Mindful of our nation’s confused values and erratic politics, many in […]

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Dear Mr. President

President Donald Trump  The White House 1600 Pennsylvania Avenue NW Washington DC 20500  Dear Mr. President, Today we mourn the needless loss of the lives of seventeen high school students in Florida.  I join you in my prayers for their families. So much of these tragedies could be avoided if you will take the lead […]

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The Motives Behind the Massacre

Guest essay by Patrick J. Buchanan “Enough is enough!” “This can’t go on!” “This has to stop!” These were among the comments that came through the blizzard of commentary after the massacre at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School in Broward County. We have heard these words before. Unfortunately, such atrocities are not going to stop. […]

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Congressman Steve King (R-IA) Introduces ‘Heartbeat Protection Act’

Guest essay by William J. Murray At the end of October, Iowa Congressman Steve King introduced R.R. 490, the “Heartbeat Protection Act” to protect unborn babies from abortion. The legislation currently has 170 co-sponsors. According to King: “Since Roe v. Wade was unconstitutionally decided in 1973, nearly 60 million innocent babies’ the abortion industry has […]

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Our Moment in History

Guest essay by Marshall Foster In moments of imminent danger facing our nation, American believers, with faith in Almighty God, have been the light and hope of our republic. Thankfully, our American Founders were not like the atheist leaders of the French Revolution who drowned the Christian leaders of France by the thousands in the […]

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Loving God with Our Minds—a Tribute to the Late R. C. Sproul

Guest essay by Jerry Newcombe The greatest command, said Jesus, is that we love God with all our heart, soul, mind, and strength. Sometimes missing today among many professing Christians is the emphasis on the mind. A great evangelical theologian died December 14, 2017, R. C. Sproul (rhymes with role), the founder of Ligonier Ministries. […]

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Millions Miss Out on Joys of Grandparenting by Following Liberal Lies on Abortion

Guest Essay by Jerry Newcombe An acquaintance once asked Winston Churchill if he had shown the statesman a picture of his grandchild. Churchill replied, saying something like: “No. And I have forgotten to thank you for that.” I must confess to being an overly satisfied grandparent. It is an unbelievable blessing and joy. But tragically, […]

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