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David Kupelian a Christian, is an award winning journalist, managing editor of World Net Daily and has written three important books: “The Marketing of Evil,” “How Evil Works” and “The Snapping of the American Mind.” In the following article he reiterates the crisis-state of our nation is in today, and underscores the fact that President Trump, humanly speaking, is the one and only serious obstacle to a leftist takeover of our nation. Americans, Christians especially, need to stay awake to what is going on and be stirred to any appropriate action they can take to stem the tide of evil that is now engulfing our nation.

“Every day we're confronted with a steady stream of crises. Some are fake – like "Trump Russia collusion," "the presiden...

While men slept, his enemy came . . .. “


A great many Americans would like to believe that what is going on in our country is all a bad dream. But indications are that many may soon wake up to find out that it only the beginning of one continual, shocking nightmare – worse than anything they could ever have imagined.

Americans have become too comfortable, content and compliant with government that has gone almost completely rogue. This is seen in the most pronounced way among the Marxicrats (AKA Democrats in Washington DC) and among most establishment Republicans. 

To “go rogue,” by d...

If you feel you can spare the entire 8 minutes or so it takes to watch all of this video, please do. At the least, please take less than 5 minutes to watch it starting at 3:49. There are things here that will be a good reminder especially to some preachers, and a new revelation, perhaps,  to others.

Aleksandr Solzhenitsyn (1918-2008), 1970 winner of the Nobel prize in Literature, was one of the great intellectuals of modern times. For criticizing Joseph Stalin in a private letter, he was sentenced to spend eight years in a labor camp and then to internal exile. He knew something about how tyranny works and how the loss of liberty by a nation comes about. Solzhenitsyn said, “To destroy a people you must first sever them from their r...

British preacher and theologian J. I. Packer has written, "We complain today that ministers do not know how to preach; but is it not equally true that our congregations do not know how to hear.” I am convinced that Packer is right on both points. Pulpits are glutted today with preachers who at least apparently, don’t know how to preach and pews are filled every week with people who don’t know how to hear what is being preached.

Many sit under the preaching of pastors who faithfully preach God’s Word, but they don’t listen as they should, do not receive the truth as they should and consequently don’t apply the truth in and to their lives as they should. These are those who are “Ever learning, but never able to come to the knowledge of the truth” (2 Ti...

How are you going to allow yourself to think and act this New Year, beginning today? How you’ve thought and what you’ve done in the past is unchangeable, and even the existence of a tomorrow for you is uncertain. What is of immediate and utmost importance to you is what you are going to do mentally and physically at this point in time. This is a truth that you need to embrace and let impact you each and every day. While many have New Year’s resolutions pertaining to habits they want to break, here is a habit you want to make — Make sure at the beginning of each and every day in 2020 that you have and maintain a positive attitude about, and take a proactive, enthusiastic approach to, everything you do. 

How are you going to allow yoursel...

Be ye kind one to another … “—Eph. 4:32

Having, at age 17, become a member of King Louis XVI’s guard, Etienne De Grellet (1773-1855) was sentenced to death by the leaders of the Reign of Terror in France. He escaped to America in 1775. Soon after his arrival in America, Grellet became  a Quaker, and then went on to become  famous as a missionary both in the United States and in Europe doing much of his work in prisons and hospitals. At some early point in his life Gellet wrote, “I shall pass through this world but once. If therefore, there be any kindness I can do, let me do it now, for I shall not pass this way again.” I've shared this same desire where kindness is concerned in my heart and have tried to apply it long before I ever knew anything abo...

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