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The Pursuit of Lawlessness

In the Bible, Judges 21:25, we read that when there was no king (authority) in the land of Israel, everyone “did what was right in their own eyes,” meaning lawlessness became the norm. Sounds like America today! Lawlessness is the antithesis of God, for He created order in the universe; and that order is beneficial! Mankind’s lawlessness originated with Adam and Eve’s sin in the Garden (“Whoever commits sin also commits lawlessness, and all sin is lawlessness,” I John 3:4 NKJV).
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Unmasking the Folly of Today’s Emperors

One of my hopes for the New Year is that more people will find the courage to ignore or even speak up against cultural and moral insanity instead of going along with it.

It’s difficult in many circumstances, such as working in a large corporation with “diversity” brainwashing sessions.  Not everyone can afford to ask a question and earn an instant pink slip, especially those with dependents.  But we don’t have to become cheerleaders for things that violate our beliefs.

In Hans Christian Andersen’s The Emperor’s New Clothes, a young boy is the only person brave enough to …

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