The first use of the word aletheia is actually used by the Pharisees in one of their tests of Jesus:
Over the past 3½ years since losing Eddie, one of the blessings of my life is the friends I have made. In God’s Providence and through Eddie’s article, I was able to meet and become close friends with Mark Levin. And through Mark’s radio show and my occasional appearances there, many of his listeners have befriended me. One of those friends is Michael Prell.
Continuing with the sermon by Dr. Dennis Brunet, Senior Pastor of Midway Baptist Church in Gulf Breeze, FL, Dr. Brunet asks the first of four questions for America. Bro Dennis covers a lot of ground on this question so I have broken it into two segments.
Did the National Review Online actually endorse John McCain over J.D. Heyworth?
Here’s Mark Levin’s take on the whole subject from his Facebook page:
NOTE: We had six guesses for Dwight D. Eisenhower and one for Gerald Ford. The book I got the quote from attributed it to Ford; however, the Ford respondent did some research and found that it was Ike who actually said it during WWII. A copy goes to our first Ike respondent and to the Ford respondent for her diligence to pursue the truth.
NOTE: Truly I was not fully conscious when I wrote yesterday’s email/devotional. Mike is not in Afghanistan; his location is not important only his mission. Wendy is not the name of the wife of Keith Green; it is Melody. I knew better on both accounts; I plead lack of sleep.
NOTE: This devotional is dedicated to my friend Sharron Angle
Folks, it is time to get on board the Angle Express because the train is leaving the station tomorrow.
We have been looking at the uselessness of political pragmatism; useless because it doesn’t work to borrow a phrase from Steve Deace. When we look at the political landscape it can indeed be discouraging. We hope for greater things for our nation and when that hope is diminished we tend to despair and become desperate. Oh but we should wait on Jesus!
NOTE: I want to thank so many of you for your kind notes and prayers; they truly do sustain me. I dedicate today’s devotional to John Haskins and Gregg Jackson, two men who are battling the worldliness of the church and the cancer it has become. It was they who sent me the videos below.
(Hat tip to Fran Allen for this video)
Take a close look into this man’s eyes…
He does not believe in democracy.
Merle Miller wrote a biography about Harry Truman titled “Plain Speaking” and in it Harry’s direct and politically incorrect statements are highlighted.
I was on Mark Levin’s radio show last night and I made some pretty strong statements.
Please listen to the link below and then I’ll discuss it afterwards.
(It may take a couple of minutes to download)
There yet may be hope for America.
That ray of hope, like a ray of light shining through a wall of rocks to those trapped, Iowa may have just offered true hope and change.
As a retired soldier, an amateur military historian, conservative pundit, and most importantly a believer in the Lord Jesus Christ, I am always fascinated with the lives of Christian warriors who answer the call of duty to serve their nation in the military. My beautiful son was just such a man. Like Eddie, I love to bring to light the lives of great Christian soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and coast guardsmen.
Beginning with Revolutionary War General George Washington and his most dependable general Nathanael Greene, to numerous Civil War generals , on through to George S. Patton, to name just a few; many Christian men have risen to the rank of general.
How can anyone predict future peace for any man? It depends on the meaning of peace, to borrow a phrase from a moral relativist.
Senator Kent Conrad made a very disparaging remark to Americans who are against KSM being tried in New York City.