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Are Black American Obama Supporters Like Unto The Benjamites- Who Chose Murderers and Rapists Over God?

Yesterday, a man who I consider a friend tell me yesterday that “there is no doubt President Obama will go down as the greatest president in America history’. This friend just so happens to be a Black American. I have … Continue reading

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God In the Public Square – Before the Fall

By Tera Ertz “… it [love]  is not proud.” (1 Corinthians 13:4e) Humility is often misunderstood in our society today, particularly in the realm of political discourse. We have been conditioned to believe that being humble requires us to acknowledge … Continue reading

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God In The Public Square – The Green Eyed Monster

By Tera Ertz “It [love] does not envy,…” (1 Corinthians 13:4c) Jesus told those trying to trap him in Matthew that all the other commandments hang on loving God and loving one another. The intent was to try to get … Continue reading

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God In The Public Square – Fanning the Flame

“…love is kind.” (1 Corinthians 13:4b) This aspect of love is so often missing in our interactions with the world, but when demonstrated, it is one of the most fascinating and transforming behaviors we will ever encounter. It relates to … Continue reading

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God In The Public Square – Patience of a Saint

“4 Love is patient…” (1 Corinthians 13:4 a) When in the midst of political discourse, it seems we always reach a point of exasperation. Our point is not taken. Our analysis is disregarded. The other participants have fallen into the “yeah, … Continue reading

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