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Onward, Christian Soldiers

As a member of a Bible college choir in Pasadena, CA., in the mid 1980’s, a hymn I always sang was, Onward Christian Soldiers. It was composed in 1865 by Sabine Baring-Gould and Arthur Sullivan. I often sang it when we visited … Continue reading

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We Didn’t Start The Fire

Many people today, for the most part, see some value in studying history. But many others just want to live for the moment and continue living their lives with little regard to their country’s decisions for their future generations and livelihood. … Continue reading

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We Can Work It Out

When I watched and heard the YouTube video below, We Can Work It Out, I recognized three applications that I want to share with you in this post. 1) On September 2, 1945 when Japan surrendered to the allies, the … Continue reading

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There’s Got To Be A Morning After

Most of us Christians (and even non- Christians) sense world conditions moving on a downward spiral. Mankind just cannot adequately solve its problems. This world’s civilization cannot achieve lasting peace. Hatred and violence permeate society. Destruction abounds. Genocide goals are a … Continue reading

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