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They Soon Forgot His Works Ps 106 12 13

  In Ps 106:13 the Psalmist said, “They soon forgot his works.” In the context, he is talking about Israel forgetting all that God did for them when He brought them out of Egypt and through the Red Sea, Ps 106:7-10. They soon forgot that the Lord had destroyed their enemies in the Red Sea. “There was not one of them left,” Ps 106:11. How in the world could they ever forget that? They even sang a song about this great deliverance and victory which is recorded for us in… Read more They Soon Forgot His Works Ps 106 12 13

Why Is My Blood Sugar High in the Morning?

That early morning jump in your blood sugar? It’s called the dawn phenomenon or the dawn effect. It usually happens between 2 and 8 a.m. But why? How It Works Generally, the normal hormonal changes your body makes in the morning will boost your blood sugar, whether you have diabetes or not. If you don’t, your body just makes more insulin to balance everything out. You don’t even notice that it’s happening.   But if you have diabetes, it’s different. Since your body doesn’t respond to insulin the same as… Read more Why Is My Blood Sugar High in the Morning?

The News Current Events and Continuing Education for June 1, 2020

“Knowledge will forever govern ignorance; and a people who mean to be their own governors must arm themselves with the power which knowledge gives.” -James Madison Please Start Here     (Get the pledge text here.) Features in this edition: (Click on the underlined text to jump to each feature. To return, use your browser’s “back” button or the provided “Return to Contents” links. Please keep in mind that many more items of interest are to be found between featured articles, so your most profitable course is to scroll through the whole… Read more The News Current Events and Continuing Education for June 1, 2020

Trump threatens to deploy military if states don’t crack down on protests

Trump Calls Governors Weak, Urging Them To ‘Dominate’ To Quell Violence Facebook Twitter Flipboard Email June 1, 2020 1:58 PM ET ALANA WISE Twitter President Trump arrives Saturday at the White House. Stefani Reynolds/Bloomberg via Getty Images Updated at 5:45 p.m. ET President Trump on Monday called governors weak and urged them to “dominate” to prevent further violent demonstrations following the death of George Floyd, a black man in Minneapolis who died after a white police officer kneeled on his neck. Trump’s comments came during a contentious phone call with… Read more Trump threatens to deploy military if states don’t crack down on protests