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Good question: What can we do if law and order breaks down?

He Dwells -- The B'log in My Eye

For look! The wicked bend their bow, They make ready their arrow on the string, That they may shoot secretly at the upright in heart. If the foundations are destroyed, What can the righteous do? Psalm 11:2-3

If Our Foundations Are Destroyed

I was searching for a bit of scripture that could best describe America’s moral decay when the 11th Psalm hit me in the face like a hard-thrown, ice-laden snow ball. The passage is prophetic; the enemy has bent the bow, has readied numerous arrows, and is presently engaged in a rapid-fire assault upon those claiming to be innocent, blameless, and pure in heart. We gaze upon the battlefield and wonder, “Why are our children dying?” The answer could not be any clearer — we’re undermining, dissecting, and destroying the foundations, leaving the nominals and the undiscipled unarmed and vulnerable.

Help, Lord, for the godly man ceases! For…

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What’s It All About?

END TIME TEACHINGS- New Category in Top Bar

The message to the church from these blog posts emphasizes the need to take note of the signs of the last days, the lateness of the hour, and to prepare for the return of Jesus for His church.

“What’s it all about?” 

Here is a link I just added- a blog by two sisters who share their faith in God.

http://wp.me/P2p49X-2  “Would you really like to know how to get to heaven?”

“If you are not assured of your salvation and eternal life, please also read about Richard, The Man Who Was Mad At God’,  then say this simple prayer that he said, to accept Jesus as YOUR Saviour, too:

“Dear Jesus, I am a lost sinner.  I believe that you died for me.  Please forgive me for my sins and come into my heart today.  I accept you as my Lord and Savior and with your help, I will live for you.  Amen.”

“The Bible says when one sinner comes to the Lord, all heaven rejoices:

 Likewise, I say unto you, there is joy in the presence of the angels of God over one sinner that repenteth.  Luke 15:10 

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