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The Courts of Heaven Are Waiting For Your Petitions

I hear the Spirit of the Lord saying that, "The Courts of Heaven are waiting for your petitions. It is time to bring your case before the Lord. Do not ask according to your needs. Ask according to My purposes. For I am looking for those who desire My will and My...
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Justice Moore, the Supreme Court and the Divine Right of Kings

Samuel Rutherford had to deal with the pagan doctrine of law which came to be known as the “divine right of the king”. Later, even in the midst of a profitable Parliament this “divine right” was sought to be transformed into the “divine right of Parliament” – even...
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A Call To New Founding Fathers

Who contrary to hope, in hope believed, so that he became the father of many nations... Romans 4:18 The "founding father" of our faith, Abraham, was used so mightily for God's family because even when circumstances were unanimously pointed against all hope—in hope he...
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First They Came for the Florists

In 2007, Iowa enacted a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The law applies to what are known as “public accommodations.” Now federal law typically considers “public accommodations” to be facilities like restaurants,...
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Judicial Lawlessness and the Need for Interposition

The passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has the political pundits prognosticating, the talk-show hosts prophesying, and the conservatives palpitating. Who will nominate the next Supreme Court Justice is all the buzz. Already, the GOP rustlers are...
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In the News

Supreme Court Judge Tells Americans to “Evangelize” For Their Religious Freedom

“It is up to all of us to evangelize our fellow Americans about the issue of religious freedom." – Justice Samuel Alito (Madison, NJ) — [LifeSiteNews] The United States’ commitment to religious liberty is being tested and hostility toward traditional moral beliefs is...
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American Minute with Bill Federer

"An Appeal to Heaven" - Origins of U.S. Navy & Coast Guard "It's our prayer to serve America in peace. It's our commitment to defend her in war." - Reagan, May 18, 1988 In June of 1775, citizens acting as merchant mariners captured the British schooner HMS...
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An Open Letter to Colin Kaepernick

Dear Brother Kaepernick, As I have sat and observed the firestorm that has raged over your refusal to stand during the playing of the National Anthem at the start of NFL games, I have recognized how your stand for social injustice has polarized the American people....
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The Courts of Heaven Are Waiting For Your Petitions

I hear the Spirit of the Lord saying that, "The Courts of Heaven are waiting for your petitions. It is time to bring your case before the Lord. Do not ask according to your needs. Ask according to My purposes. For I am looking for those who desire My will and My...
Read More

Justice Moore, the Supreme Court and the Divine Right of Kings

Samuel Rutherford had to deal with the pagan doctrine of law which came to be known as the “divine right of the king”. Later, even in the midst of a profitable Parliament this “divine right” was sought to be transformed into the “divine right of Parliament” – even...
Read More

A Call To New Founding Fathers

Who contrary to hope, in hope believed, so that he became the father of many nations... Romans 4:18 The "founding father" of our faith, Abraham, was used so mightily for God's family because even when circumstances were unanimously pointed against all hope—in hope he...
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Democrats, LGBT activists’ sinister plan to crack down on Christian schools

If California Democrats have their way, Christian colleges and universities will no longer be allowed to require students attend chapel services or require them to profess a relationship with Jesus Christ. Senate Bill 1146 would close a loophole that lawmakers say...
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First They Came for the Florists

In 2007, Iowa enacted a law prohibiting discrimination on the basis of sexual orientation or gender identity. The law applies to what are known as “public accommodations.” Now federal law typically considers “public accommodations” to be facilities like restaurants,...
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Book Review: A Free People’s Suicide

St. Augustine once said you could judge a nation by what it “supremely loves.” For America, that thing is freedom. Republicans, Democrats, Libertarians, and Occupy Wall Street folks all clamor for it. But a debate rages over what freedom is. Indeed, America is at a...
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Judicial Lawlessness and the Need for Interposition

The passing of Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has the political pundits prognosticating, the talk-show hosts prophesying, and the conservatives palpitating. Who will nominate the next Supreme Court Justice is all the buzz. Already, the GOP rustlers are...
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Books

Original Intent:

The Courts, the Constitution, & Religion

Unifying the Body of Christ:

Restoring the New Testament Temple

So Help Me God:

The Ten Commandments, Judicial Tyranny, and the Battle for Religious Freedom

Judicial Tyranny:

The New Kings of America?

America's God and Country:

Encyclopedia of Quotations

Back Fired:

A Nation Founded on Religious Tolerance no Longer Tolerates its Founder’s Religion

The Original 13:

A Documentary History of Religion in America’s Original Thirteen States

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