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"Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen." –The Apostle Paul

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How to Interpret Prophecy

With the chaos which seems so prevalent in our world at this time, many people are asking the obvious questions of, “What on Earth is happening? What is going to happen?” This natural question turns many of us to religious prophets, like ones who can be found in the Christian world’s Holy Bible. I’ve spent over 25 years studying the way these prophecies were recorded and how they can be understood which I first published in 1988 and which I plan to republish in August. But first I’d like you to read this article by Michael Morrison who is with Grace Communion International to see a basic, well explained, concept of what Bible prophecy really is.

There are many difficulties involved in interpreting prophecy, but if we take the Bible seriously, we need to study prophecy, because prophecy is a large part of the literature God has inspired to be written and preserved in the Christian canon. Since prophecy encourages us to know God and do his will, it is important for us to study it, even if it is difficult….

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“leaning positive” can be hard work – but we must…

(Reblogged article by Micah Bales.)


If you read this blog with any regularity then you already know that I don’t lean left, and I don’t lean right; what I do instead is lean positive. My orientation is a result of several…

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How We Can Wage Peace Amid the Chaos

by: Micah Bales

How We Can Wage Peace Amid the Chaos
We’re living in a time when it feels like everything is ready to fly apart. Our (the U.S.’s)  political process is bursting at the seams. There’s violence in our streets, and fear in our living rooms. As if all this weren’t enough, we are faced with an ecological crisis beyond any human experience. The challenges of our age are at least as great as those of any other generation – and that’s saying a lot.

In the midst of all this tumult, it’s hard not to get swept up in reflex and reaction. We see problems and want to fix them….

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