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Nearing of 2011

As the year 2011 is about to close around your personal gains and losses, The world had its ups and downs as well: Deaths of world and terrorists leaders, political turmoils and people dying for freedom/democracy, disrespect for the American President Obama because of the color of his skin, And Caucasians not wanting to take orders from a black man, Political parties main topic is to oust the American black President, And not caring about the welfare of the nation as a whole with partiality for the rich/famous. Pray for love for all peoples of the world, No matter their religious affiliations, creed or color. There will never be peace on earth, Nor the worlds powers will destroy the world; Man cannot destroy what God created, And peace will not come to earth until the Second Advent of Christ Jesus as the Judge of the World. Then and only then will there be peace. - Rev. Lynwood F. Mundy

Amazing Grace : 366 Inspiring Hymn Stories for Daily Devotions

December 28 CHRIST RETURNETH! H. L. Turner, 19th century I will come again, and receive you unto Myself. (John 14:3 KJV) The promise of Christ’s return has been a source of much comfort to God’s people through the centuries. However, it has also caused disagreement and even some divisions within the church. Not all Bible students and groups of Christians are agreed on the outline of future events. Even a casual acquaintance with the study of eschatology (the doctrine of the last things) will soon introduce such conflicting terms and interpretations as postmillennialism, amillennialism, premillennialism, posttribulation, midtribulation, and pretribulation. Each of these positions has the support of excellent biblical scholarship and many sincere Christian followers. It is easy for believers to get confused with the many aspects of Christ’s return. Although Christians may disagree on some of the specifics related to future prophecy, most will agree on these basics: Christ will retur…

Fresh Start Devotionals

Darkness September 9, 2000 was a day like any other day for Larry and Terry Singletary, Southern Baptist Missionaries to Uganda, as they drove toward Karamoja, Uganda with their two teenage children in the back seat of their car. But it wasn’t just any day. A tribal warrior stepped out of the tall grass that flanks the primitive road, and when he saw them, darted back into the cover. A few seconds later, he reappeared with an AK-47 aiming toward their car. That’s when Larry noticed a second armed man on the other side of the road. Larry slammed on the breaks, threw the gearshift in reverse, pointed the car back toward safety, and sped away. Automatic weapons blazed. One bullet lodged between Andy’s (19) and Jackie’s (15) back seat. Another one shattered Andy’s window, and shrapnel from a third lodged in Jackie’s back. As the sound of the gunfire waned, it looked like the family had escaped danger, until they heard a tire blow. Cautiously, Larry got out of the car to change the t…