Tag Archives: repentance

An Open Letter to William Bennett

Dear Dr. Bennett,  [William Bennett’s Wikipedia profile] [William Bennett’s web site] Your 1992 book title, The Book of Virtues: A Treasury of Great Moral Stories, speaks volumes just by itself. Where has virtue gone in our country?  Why does it seem … Continue reading

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America, Repent!

How many more signs do we need?  Is there evidence lacking that we have gone far astray from the morality to which our Creator calls us? Proverbs 14:34 says that righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a disgrace to … Continue reading

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A Call to Worship the Lord – Not Church

I love to read Brian LePort who blogs at Near Emmaus because he has a heart for the Lord in his writings.  However, today’s post provokes me to take exception because it extols church instead of Jesus.  He writes: For … Continue reading

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“Repent, and Follow Jesus Christ Our Lord!” with Each of the Words Defined

“Repent, and follow Jesus Christ our Lord!”  Here are each of those words defined according to their use in this sentence: Repent – turn, change, look to; forsake sin to pursue moral purity and integrity and – don’t merely turn, change … Continue reading

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Christians: Repent, and Follow Jesus Christ Our Lord!

“Repent, and follow Jesus Christ our Lord!” – this is the summation of all that I strive to say in all of my blogs and with all of my life.  Christians, if you don’t hear anything else from me, let … Continue reading

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“One Nation Under God”

You recognize the phrase “one nation under God” as coming from the Pledge of Allegiance.  It seems our country’s citizens can be divided into two categories: those who like these words in the Pledge of Allegiance and those who don’t.  Both … Continue reading

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