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The Four Beasts Lead the Heavenly Worship of the Son, Never of the Sun

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER FOUR & FORTY– Part XIII
The Four Beasts Lead the Heavenly Worship of the Son, Never of the Sun
 
It’s that time of year.  So, as true believers and loyal disciples of Christ, let us do His bidding, which, in itself, is a divine enabling to be “the salt of the earth” and “the light of the world,” to which He added: “Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works and glorify your Father in heaven.” Matt. 5: 13-16.
 
What is it? An urgent reminder of a pressing, present truth, thus, expectedly unpopular and unsavory to far too many now in these waning days of year 2016 but more critically, in these closing hours of earth’s probation—the antitype of Noah’s days.

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Lest We Forget What Right Really Matters at the End

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER FOUR & FORTY– Part XII

Lest We Forget What Right Really Matters at the End

 

Debbie Wasserman Schultz, Florida Representative, who suddenly resigned as DNC chairwoman after a trove of emails showed party officials conspiring to sabotage the campaign of Sen. Bernie Sanders of Vermont, was quoted, saying, “the most sacred right we share as Americans [is] the right to vote.”

But according to Bible prophecy, church history of the Old World, and American history that saw its birth in the New World, the most sacred right every human being shares across the racial, cultural, political, financial, particularly religious divisions, globally, is the divinely-endowed, thus, inalienable right to worship God according to the dictates of conscience! Have we forgotten so soon? Read more

Spiritual Liberty Not Legal Tolerance

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Biblical Numerology: NUMBER THREE- Part XLV

 Spiritual Liberty Not Legal Tolerance

MAIN QUOTE FOR THIS ISSUE: “What other nations call religious tolerance, we call religious rights. They are not exercised in virtue of governmental indulgence, but as rights, of which government cannot deprive any portion of citizens, however small. Despotic power may invade those rights, but justice still confirms Read more