Babies are Still Murdered Here – a review

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Babies are Still Murdered Here touches on some very specific topics, the overall emphasis pointing to the criminalization of abortion in our land. Pastor Jon Speed says rightly in the film ‘we don’t need the pro-life movement’. We need churches mobilized that are equipped with the gospel. God doesn’t need big numbers. God doesn’t need all of society convinced. God doesn’t need the pro-life movement that is more hostile to ending abortion than courts are. He doesn’t need us to make decisions based off of what we think might put a chink in their arm our. He doesn’t need us to take battle for battle hoping to slowly win the war. He needs us, me, you, His children, His church to rise up, stand only on the His Word, and set our faces like flint, going forth in His name, proclaiming His truth and say ‘No more!’

Why Beth Moore Should Go Home

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Over the weekend John MacArthur was asked to comment one word in response to the words “Beth Moore”. And he responded with two words. “Go home”. And by the response of some evangelicals you will understand that the visible Church and the true church are everyday becoming more and more two distinct entities. Why is a person that has preached …

A Post Abortive Testimony

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What I’ve come to terms with is that anything I say to explain the circumstances around my decision to abort my child are just attempts to justify the fetal homicide that I pre-meditated and carried out. They are my attempt to say, see, I’m not that bad of a person….I was just uncertain about what the future held, due to the challenges that I saw in my life based off of my finite understanding. But if we could ask my child, what would they say? Would they concede to the story that it was okay to kill them because I couldn’t see into the future?

Strong Women in Submission

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Submission is more than just saying ‘yes dear’ even when your own opinion in a matter differs completely. The submission of our Savior led Him to prayer and grieving so that He literally sweat great drops of blood. His submission was spiked thorns encircling His head. Hammering great spikes from which to be hung after being beaten until He no longer bore any resemblance to a man. Was this weak? No. This was His very great strength. He says for the JOY set before Him He went to the cross. That is how we should view submission, no matter how difficult it may seem. Submission is joyful, and for most of us we have not yet resisted sin as Christ did to the point of shedding our blood.

Who Does Your Marriage Glorify ?

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Are we grumbling that our husbands don’t treat us the way we feel we need to be treated? Are we expecting too much from our husbands.? And are we busy micro managing our husbands behavior and giving our own Behaviors a big fat pass?   Can I ask you a question? What did you do for your husband today? What …

Feminism Feeds This Sex Obsessed Culture

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8For man does not originate from woman, but woman from man; 9for indeed man was not created for the woman’s sake, but woman for the man’s sake. 1 1 Corinthians 11: 8-9 As Christians we sometimes are tempted to yearn for a simpler time a time of white picket fences, mothers with aprons and dad coming home to children excitedly greeting him …

Charles Spurgeon: Our Future in Christ

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The hope which is laid up for you in heaven. — Colossians 1:5 Our hope in Christ for the future is the mainspring and the mainstay of our joy here. It will animate our hearts to think often of heaven, for all that we can desire is promised there. Here we are weary and toilworn, but yonder is the land of rest where …