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Month: November 2017

Due Process.

  Accused and automatically presumed guilty.  Accused and automatically presumed innocent.  There is a lot of talk about due process today and the right we have as citizens to considered innocent until proven guilty.  Here...

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Right after Thanksgiving I watch as the Christmas decorations and the ladders come out and the outside lighting laboriously created usually in the snow and ice.  The church decorations come out and the work of decorating for...

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Background For Sheep and Goats

“If you find yourself in a work by which you accomplish some-thing good for God, or the holy, or yourself, but not for your neighbor alone, then you should know that that work is not a good work. For each one ought to live,...

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Last Sunday of the Church Year

We live in the anticipation of the life to come in Christ.  We say it Sunday after Sunday that Jesus ascended into heaven and is seated at the right hand of God the Father almighty and that someday He will come again to judge...

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