October 11, 2020

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October 11, 2020


When we examine everything that has happened so far this year, one thing really stands out - speed. Unprecedented, warped speed. And Satan's fingerprints are all over it.

Suddenly, there is a mad dash toward a global vaccine, enmeshed with a population surveillance system. The panic button has been pushed to...

October 3, 2020


There is no shortage of storms for those keeping an end times watch.

In fact, end times storm watching can easily consume every waking hour, and set us adrift in a sea of speculation.

Speculation leads to more speculation, and cannot carry us through the difficult times that engulf us when the waves hit our own...

September 19, 2020


September 15, 2020. The world is writhing in calamity and confusion. Three leaders arrive in Washington, D.C. from the Middle East, guided by a vision of peace, not only for their region, but for all of humanity.

They bring gifts - cooperation, dialogue and friendship - encased in an Accord named after Abraham. A...

August 30, 2020


It's never easy to say goodbye to summer. But this year, it's different. We can't imagine what the world is going to look like by next summer.

We are living in a thickening plot that is taking care not to reveal itself all at once. The type of strategy used when one is setting up a snare, rather than a repai...

July 25, 2020


The summer months are often a restorative time of year for me, with longer days and extra time spent outdoors reflecting on God's creation and reading His Word.

This summer, I added some sessions with a Christian life coach. Before our first meeting, I made a very long list of all the issues and problems I wanted...

June 14, 2020

 
There are times recently when life in our world seems very much like being trapped in a cave, complete with narrow passageways and limited visibility.

We turn to the left and turn to the right, as if the most recent news may possibly shed some light.

But in this process we can get caught in a net of confusion....

March 22, 2020


Just as the crowning touches are being made atop today's "Tower of Babel" and humanity stands on the precipice of a hyper-connected 5G world, everyday life comes to an astonishing standstill.

People are asked to go home, and to be separate.

While a global pandemic may be the physical rea...

December 31, 2019


I did a little cooking two days in a row recently. The first day, I followed the recipe carefully and had a perfect result. The second day, I followed the recipe more loosely and things didn't turn out as well.

It was a reminder to me of how we need to read God's written Word continually, and let His Words guide...

December 1, 2019


Have you found yourself personally affected by the surging tide of chaos in the world?

Or, perhaps you are at the point where the word "chaos" seems like a cliche.

I reached the end of my appreciation for this expression recently when, after experiencing several months of unusual and unrelenting personal di...

June 30, 2019


One way to measure societal change is to distance yourself from something for a while and then return to check on it.

Revisiting provides clarity but is often accompanied by a sense of shock.

This was the case on a recent, but infrequent, bookstore visit. Profane and vulgar titles were strategically placed...

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