The “Stay Gay Bill” in California!

Christian Life Issues
This is called the "Stay Gay Bill" by opponents that are trying to explain that it is an encroachment on religious freedoms. Let's think about the implications here. The Bible teaches that homosexuality is a sin. The Bible teaches that a man should not lie with a man, nor should a woman lie with a woman. Liberals and progressives teach that homosexuality is NOT a choice of lifestyle, but is a factor of genetic predisposition. Since the Bible indicates that homosexuality is a sin to be avoided, and that it is an abomination to God, then it cannot be a genetic predisposition. And, in fact, there has been nothing to indicate that this belief of genetic predisposition is actually true. It is an opinion. It is a theory. As Dr.…
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Google Home Device Ignores Jesus

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[youtube]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=YF7mkyd-Wm4[/youtube] Google Home Devices Identify Muhammad, Buddha, and Satan, But Not Jesus Christian Headlines - By: Veronica Neffinger - Many Christians are outraged after discovering that Google Home devices will identify Muhammad, Buddha, and Satan, but not Jesus. Devices like Google Home and Amazon's Alexa which can play your music, tell your the weather, answer various trivia, and make phone calls, are becoming increasingly popular (one in six American adults owns one), and that is why many are concerned that the device may be biased against Christianity. The Christian Post reports that Television producer, author, and speaker David Sams did an experiment in which he compared the answers of Alexa with those of Google Home. Sams reported that when he asked Google who Jesus Christ is, it responds, 'Sorry, I'm…
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We DO Have Religious Freedom… Even in Schools!

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Yes, you CAN read your Bible and pray anywhere in this country. There are no "religion-free zones." Louisiana Says Students Have Right to Pray, Read Bible in Public Schools Christian Headlines - By: Amanda Casanova - "Louisiana Attorney General Jeff Landry and U.S. Rep. Mike Johnson, R-La., have released the Louisiana Students Rights Review, a 15-page guide that explains the religious freedom rights of teachers and students in public schools. The review says that public schools in the U.S. do not need to be 'religion-free zones.' 'To the contrary, both federal and state laws specifically protect religious freedom rights in public schools,' the document reads. 'Thankfully, Congress and our state legislature still recognize the fundamental importance of religious liberty — the first freedom listed in the Constitution's Bill of Rights.'…
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Lawnessness Should Not Be Celebrated

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The issue with those that "stand up" for illegal immigration, and "sanctuary" city and state proclamations: Matthew 23:28 (AMP) "So you, also, outwardly seem to be just and upright to men, but inwardly you are full of hypocrisy and lawlessness." Celebrating and supporting lawlessness is hypocritical. We have laws to support order and to keep citizens safe.
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The Modern English Bible

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One of my Christmas presents this year was the Kenneth Copeland Ministries 50th Anniversary Edition of the Word of Faith Study Bible. It is the Modern English Version. Here's info on the MEV from Bible Gateway: "The Modern English Version (MEV) heralds a new day for Bibles with the most modern translation ever produced in the King James tradition, providing fresh clarity for Bible readers everywhere with an updated language that doesn’t compromise the truth of the original texts. The MEV maintains the beauty of the past, yet provides clarity for a new generation of Bible readers. The MEV is a translation of the Textus Receptus and the Jacob ben Hayyim edition of the Masoretic Text, using the King James Version as the base manuscript. The MEV is a literal…
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A Word for the Wise

Christian Life Issues
This is a post from the Family Research Council web site: "President Obama may not think America is a Christian nation -- but the majority of people want it to be. According to the Barna Group's annual 'State of the Bible' report, most Americans think the country would be better off if they read and applied God's word to daily life. And that includes politicians. More than half of Americans think our elected officials would be 'more effective' if they read Scripture every day. In an election cycle when we've witnessed some of the worst personal attacks of any campaigns, it would certainly add some civility to the race. Despite the significant cultural shift in the country, 80 percent still see the Bible as sacred literature -- which, the majority…
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My Determined Stand of Faith!

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I posted this on Facebook, and was encouraged by the support I got: "I am about to say something so controversial, so forbidden by society at large, it may shock many. I can't say that I am sorry, because I am not... I have had people tell me I should not say this lest it impact my career, my friendships, in fact, everything. If you are as bold, and brazen, as I am, then be prepared to face persecution. But, here goes... are you ready? I believe the Holy Bible to be the inspired Word of God. It says what it means, and means what it says. My personal thoughts, opinions, and feelings mean NOTHING compared to the infallible Word of God. I read it, believe it, and live it.…
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A Sad Day for America

Christian Life Issues
The Supreme Court just ruled that un-Biblical marriage is the "law" of the land. The BIBLE states that marriage is between one man and one woman. The Supreme Court now disagrees with THE BIBLE. Guess what I believe? I believe the Bible. I don't care one whit what the Supreme Court has said. I will always believe and profess the Bible. It is a sad day for America... I weep for my country.
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The Bible Isn’t Part of Christian Belief? What?!

Christian Life Issues
I am a supporter of the American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ) and Jay Sekulow sent this email out recently: "Bill, It's a case that could devastate religious freedom in the military. A Marine was ordered to remove a Bible verse from her desk because her commanding officer "didn't like their tone." The officer forcibly removed the verse, cursed at the Bible (with profanity I won't repeat), and had her court martialed. The verse? "No weapon formed against me shall prosper." (Isaiah 54:17) Unbelievably, a military court held that this verse was based on "subjective beliefs" and not "part of a religious belief system." That's right; the Bible isn't part of being a Christian. This is intolerable. If it stands, this ruling could eviscerate religious freedom in the military.…
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