Collateral Resurrection

Collateral Resurrection Somedays are simply amazing, while others, not so much. Who gets to decide what kind of day they are going to have? Last night was spent in ministry with some gentlemen that I don’t know and they don’t know me. We prayed, laughed, cried, prayed some more and by the end of the hour and half time spent together we drew a little closer to one another. Thursday nights have become a blessing in life that no words can describe. It is an amazing situation that God has…

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Homemade Dry Onion Soup Mix

Homemade Dry Onion Soup Mix By Sara Tipton for Natural Blaze Dry onion soup mix is a versatile pantry staple that can be used for soups, dips, casseroles, and even mixed in to add a little oomph to dinners. We like to make our own soup mix because, oftentimes, onion soup that is purchased in grocery stores is laced with harmful preservatives like sulfur dioxide and monosodium glutamate and artificial colors and flavors. Plus, it’s incredibly easy to make it at home and you get to control the ingredients used! In fact, there…

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Eating eggs regularly can lower your risk of developing age-related blindness, researchers find

Eating eggs regularly can lower your risk of developing age-related blindness, researchers find by: Arsenio Toledo for Natural News Research suggests that regular consumption of eggs can lower the risk of age-related macular degeneration (AMD). This eye disease, which affects people over 50 years of age, is one of the leading causes of blindness among the elderly. In their study, which was published in the journal Clinical Nutrition, researchers from Australia reported that of the 3,654 people they monitored over 15 years, those who ate between two to four eggs every week were 49 percent less likely to develop AMD…

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THE SLAVERY OF THE FLESH

THE SLAVERY OF THE FLESH by Dave Jenkins for Servants of Grace Galatians 4:8–11, “8 Formerly, when you did not know God, you were enslaved to those that by nature are not gods. 9 But now that you have come to know God, or rather to be known by God, how can you turn back again to the weak and worthless elementary principles of the world, whose slaves you want to be once more? 10 You observe days and months and seasons and years! 11 I am afraid I may have labored over you in vain.” Forgetting the…

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2 PLACES IN THE BIBLE THAT TEACH JESUS IS GOD

2 PLACES IN THE BIBLE THAT TEACH JESUS IS GOD by Caleb Wait for Core Christianity Jesus of Nazareth carries many titles; an enlightened teacher, a wise sage, the most famous figure in history, the list goes on. Regardless if one is a follower of his teaching, he is admired by the world. However, our view of Jesus can often be obscured by his universal admiration and the normalization of Judeo-Christian values in the culture. We are so used to seeing his words embroidered on decorative tapestries that it is…

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The Messengers of the King (Podcast)

The Messengers of the King Podcast by Dr, Pastor John MacArthur for Grace to You Podcast HERE >>>   With great joy this morning we come to the 10th chapter of Matthew. In our ongoing study of this marvelous, thrilling account of our Lord’s life and ministry, we find ourselves beginning a new section, a new dimension, as we enter the 10th chapter. This chapter is marked in the first verse by the calling and the commissioning of the disciples. And then in the second verse they are sent as apostles. It is a change in the pattern…

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Ravi Zacharias at Yale University (Podcasts)

Ravi Zacharias at Yale University (Podcasts) for RZIM What sets Christianity apart from other religions? Today on Just Thinking, Ravi Zacharias is at Yale University to answer this tough question among others. We hope you’ll join us. Podcast HERE / Part 1 >>>   How can you share the Gospel with someone who doesn’t believe in God at all? Listen in to Just Thinking with Ravi Zacharias today to hear how he would answer this tough question. Podcast HERE / Part 2 >>>   Think More! With Ravi Zacharias >>>

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Enough Food For A Year (Level 3 Preparedness)

Enough Food For A Year (Level 3 Preparedness) by Ken Jorgustin for Modern Survival Blog “Prepping and Preparedness 3” is a level of being prepared for up to 1 year. Check the series overview for my logic and reasoning why I split it the way that I did. And also re-read the sections on Food Preparedness for Level 1 & 2. The following information is intended as a guideline. The details will require research, time, and work on your end. But it’s really not complicated. Lets get started: Food Storage Beyond…

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Hibiscus for High Blood Pressure

Hibiscus for High Blood Pressure by Dr. Joseph Mercola for Mercola The news about the effects of hibiscus on high blood pressure continues to grow, offering promise to those looking for natural ways to control this common condition. I’ve written previously about the positive ways this plant can help your heart and overall health; now new research suggests that its effectiveness may be even greater than what’s been reported. I’ll explain the history, discuss the uses of the colorful flower and share tips on how to incorporate it into your overall…

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On Kanye West and Taking Ownership Video

On Kanye West and Taking Ownership Video by Dennis Prager for Prager U During this week’s Fireside Chat, Dennis drops a truth bomb that is rarely stated: The greatest problem in your life is YOU. Blaming society (i.e. sexism, racism, homophobia, etc.) for your problems is counterproductive. He continues with thoughts on Kanye West’s transformation, authenticity, and potential impact on culture. 0:00 Otto Is Up! 1:11 Truth Is Universal 2:10 When Dennis Went To Japan 3:30 The Greatest Problem In Your Life 6:12 Make Your Own Bed 7:33 Dennis Loves…

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