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Esther

Esther

With an economy of words, the story-teller transports his listeners to a fabulous oriental world, and to a time when the Persian Empire was still young. —Joyce Baldwin, Esther (1984) Prelude to Genocide The king of Persian declared a sixth ...

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The Victory of the Kingdom

The Victory of the Kingdom

In a unique way Zechariah is one of the most important books in the Old Testament. —Charlie Brown, Peanuts (1994)  All areas of life will be consecrated to the Lord:  even the horses’ bells will contain the inscription written on ...

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Is Prepping Biblical?

Is Prepping Biblical?

When I study what the Bible says about self defense, gun ownership and even prepping, I am always drawn to 1 Timothy 5:8. “But if any provide not for his own, and specially for those of his own house, he ...

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Priorities And Providence

Priorities And Providence

The clouds ye so much dread / Are big with mercy. . . —William Cowper, “God Moves in a Mysterious Way” (1774) Men are always prone to put religion off with scraps and leavings, and serve God with what costs ...

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Representation and Independence

Representation and Independence

My position is this—I repeat it—I will maintain it to my last hour, —taxation and representation are inseparable. —Lord Camden, speech in Parliament (1767) The covenant idea is nothing but the expression of the representative principle consistently applied to all ...

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What The Bible Says About Gun Rights

What The Bible Says About Gun Rights

“A well-regulated militia being necessary to the security of a free-state, the right of the people to keep and bear arms shall not be infringed” Second Amendment, United States Constitution. It is amazing how so few words can grant such ...

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Can We Build Together?

Can We Build Together?

But at this seat of government there must be a fitting memorial to the God who made us all. . . . It should be a center of prayer, open to all men of all faiths at all times. —President ...

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The Restoration Era

The Restoration Era

The Restoration was actually a far more glorious time than ever before, in terms of spiritual power, though not in terms of outward glory and splendor. —James Jordan, Through New Eyes (1988)  Cyrus took the prophecy of Isaiah to heart ...

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The Covenant and Freedom (Part 2)

The Covenant and Freedom (Part 2)

Covenant was to be a lasting theme in Scottish Reformation and its aftermath, one in which they would go far beyond Calvin. —Douglas Kelly, The Emergence of Liberty in the Modern World (1992)   Scotland became Europe’s first modern literate ...

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The Covenant and Freedom (Part 1)

The Covenant and Freedom (Part 1)

A long time ago in Ireland there lived a man named Columba who loved books. —Jean Fritz, The Man Who Loved Books (1981)   My son, I tell thee soothfastlie;/ No gift is like libertie;/ Then never live in slaverie. ...

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