The Glory and Beauty of the Liturgy

Gene Veith at Cranach found a story that fascinates me. Let's let him establish the base. The Hagia Sophia in Constantinople was one of the most magnificent cathedrals in the history of the church.  It is also one of the oldest, having been built in 537 A.D. The building, whose name means “Holy Wisdom”–a reference to the Logos of …

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Another globalist attack? Can we believe anything or anybody anymore?

Smoke of Satan & the Open Windows of Vatican II

The following article is food for thought. And if we are “pandemic deniers” we will probably be labeled as conspiracy theorists. Read this first: Six Reasons Why Covid-19 Fails the Sniff Test

Now if you have digested this article well and thought about it some, you might at least consider the possibility that we are all being duped by the Globalist Elites in a bid for more power, control and money. It also makes me wonder if the opening of the borders (in fact, the entire ‘open borders agenda’ isn’t just another similar bit of propaganda being used to throw the world into a state of fear and pandemonium.

Later in the article there is some interesting bits of information that might make you think about things like ‘virtual currency’ and one might think that this too is another outcome that the globalists want to occur just as the ‘chipping’…

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What Luther teaches us about the Fifth Commandment and Coronavirus

Today’s article comes from Christianity Today and can be found here. The article is titled: Is It Faithful to Flee an Epidemic? What Martin Luther Teaches Us About Coronavirus Written by EMMY YANG There are plenty of reasons to be cautious during an outbreak, even during cold and flu season. It’s always beneficial to wash your …

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Day 65- Fall in Love on this Mile

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=HhFR0LYtP1w   "For everyone who asks, receives; and the one who seeks, finds; and to the one who knocks, the door will be opened." Matthew 7:8 Have you ever prayed in emptiness? You ask God for something only to hear the silence of heaven? Or you pray and things get worse? You wonder if what …

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