Monthly Archives: March 2016

28 Principles That Helped Build America – Chapter 9

Principle 9   To Protect Man’s Rights, God has Revealed Certain Principles of Divine Law   Exodus 20:1 “And God spoke all these words.”   Unalienable rights (a right that cannot be repudiated or given to another) that have come from God could not remain unalienable unless they are protected by ‘a code of divinely… Read more »

Daily Devotional

What does it take to change the thinking of slaves so that they become freemen? It requires them to seek divine pathways that they do not see as they learn to trust God, whom they have not really known before. The results are that they will be free and fulfilled, useful to the Lord and standing in AWE of God!… Read more »

Are You a Christian?

One man asked another man, “Are you a Christian?” The man answered, “Well, I believe I am.” “Then you believe in God?”  The Christian answered, “Yes, and why do you ask?” These two men had known each other for a long time. The man asking the questions then asked, “If God is real, would He… Read more »

Daily Devotional

Son, I will come as unexpectedly as a thief! Blessed are all who are watching for Me, and are ready so that they will not be ashamed. Listen to Me – My children! I am giving you a stern warning. You must not bow down to the thinking and ways of this evil of political… Read more »

28 Principles That Helped Build America – Chapter 7

Principle #7 – The Proper Role of Government is to Protect Equal Rights, Not Provide Equal Things.   Proverb 22:13 “The sluggard says, ‘There is a lion outside!’ or, ‘I will be murdered in the streets!’”   Our Founding Fathers were aware of the sentiment in Europe of taking from the ‘haves’ to give to… Read more »

Daily Devotional

David says, “I will give You thanks, I will sing Your praises, I will bow before You, I will worship and praise Your name.” Then he says, “When I pray – You answer.”   We must start with thanks, bow in humility, worship and praise His name, then God says, “I will answer your prayer.”… Read more »