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ONLY THING that WILL SAVE US

SPIRITUAL AWAKENING: The Only Thing That Will Save Us by J. Lee Grady We can learn an important lesson from the East African Revival, which transformed a region 80 years ago. The people of Uganda call it Balokole. In the Luganda language it means “the saved ones,” but the word became synonymous with the East African Revival-one of the most significant Christian movements in modern history. This revival had humble beginnings in September 1929, just before America’s Great Depression. Historians trace it to a prayer meeting on Namirembe Hill in… Read more ONLY THING that WILL SAVE US

Family (Spontaneous) | Jaye Thomas & Laura Hackett Park | Forerunner Music

  Family (Spontaneous) Written by Jaye Thomas, Laura Hackett Park, Jonas Park, Jon Thurlow CCLI #7099401​ © 2016 Jaye Thomas Music (ASCAP) / Laura Hackett Music (ASCAP) / Forerunner Worship (ASCAP), The International House of Prayer (IHOPFCF), Inc. (admin. by Music Services). Jonathan Engle. All rights reserved. Chorus You brought me in and you changed my name (x3) I’m your son forever You brought me in and you changed my name (x3) Now I’m your daughter Bridge We will go anywhere We are Your family Dying those daily deaths And… Read more Family (Spontaneous) | Jaye Thomas & Laura Hackett Park | Forerunner Music

Reaping the whirlwind; bitcoin and the tax (along with other short subjects); and a few words about the decline of the west.

Reaping The Whirlwind For eighty-five years American parents, especially, have largely abdicated their responsibilities and let bureaucrats decide what goes into their children’s heads. It can be no surprise that what has been coming out of them lately is hatred and scorn for those parents and their values and traditions. THROUGHOUT MOST OF MY CAREER as a writer, I have had two chief areas of interest (aside from my overarching focus on promoting a widespread and accurate understanding of American law). The first and foremost has been the nature and… Read more Reaping the whirlwind; bitcoin and the tax (along with other short subjects); and a few words about the decline of the west.

Lucky to Be Alive, Woods Faces Difficult Recovery

ByThe Associated Press February 24, 2021Updated: February 24, 2021 LOS ANGELES—In a career filled with remarkable comebacks,Tiger Woodsfaces perhaps his toughest recovery of all. Woods was driving alone through a sweeping, downhill stretch of road through coastal suburbs of Los Angeles when his SUV struck a sign, crossed over a raised median and two oncoming lanes flipped several times before coming to rest on its side. Its airbags deployed. A sheriff’s deputy poked his head through a hole in the windshield to see Woods, still wearing his seatbelt, sitting in… Read more Lucky to Be Alive, Woods Faces Difficult Recovery