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A Prayer For The Nation

Almighty God, you have given us this good land as our heritage. Grant that we remember your generosity and constantly do your will. Bless our land with honest industry, truthful education, and an honorable way or life. Save us from violence, discord and confusion, from pride and arrogance, and from every evil course of action. Grant that we, who came from many nations with...

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On Distinguishing

This article leads me to make 2 pastoral points.First, Scripture says that, "God is not a God of confusion but of peace." 1 Cor. 14:33. Therefore any action that breeds confusion, or perpetrates aggression against innocent people does not proceed from a holy source, but an unholy. While we, as Christians, are free to protest what we think is inequity we must not condone (m...

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Generations

A Psalm for giving thanks. Acclaim the LORD all earth! Worship the LORD with gladness. Come before him with singing. Know that the LORD he is God! He made us (and not we ourselves). We are his people, the sheep of his pasture. Enter his gates with thanksgiving, his courts with praise! Give him thanks; bless his name! For the LORD is good; his steadfas...

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Chaplain Field Report - Cleveland OH June 5, 2020

The chaplain business has been swift of late. In the past week members of Cleveland EMS and Cleveland Police have been assaulted, as well have safety forces across the country. Major cities are talking about closing their police departments altogether. What! That is something that I cannot wrap my brain around, but the all out hatred of Law Enforcement has taken morale...

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Breathing Still Easier - When The Earth Totters

Last week the CDC helped us all breathe of sigh of relief when it revised its warning on the transmission of coronavirus from surfaces. You can see the post here. We breathed yet another such relief sigh last week when we learned that 70% of the deaths from coronavirus in Ohio and PA were in nursing homes, greatly reducing the stats for people on the street. You can read ...

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More On Breathing Easy

This article on www.cleveland.com gives us more reason to breathe easier. It states that 70% of coronavirus deaths occurred in nursing homes. Also, God be praised that though CLC has 2 members in nursing homes both are healthy and well....

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On Religious Liberty

Please read this article on the fight in America for the return of religious liberty. Every Christian should remember these sayings of Jesus: "The world cannot hate you, but it hates me because I testify about it that its works are evil." (John 7:7) "If the world hates you, know that it has hated me before it hated you." (John 15:18) "If I had not done among them the w...

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A Sigh Of Relief

In this articlethe CDC has walks back one of its dire warning about contracting coronavirus by touching surfaces. Please read the entire article but the take away is this: "The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) now says the novel virus 'does not spread easily' from "touching surfaces or objects" but experts warn that doesn't mean it's no longer necessary t...

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Introit For Easter 6 - Inspiration For The Day

The "Introit" or "entrance" Psalm prayed in holy worship each Sunday helps to set the tone of the day. The Introit for Sunday next comes from the 119th Psalm about which one cannot say too much. Every referent in it is Christ himself. He is the light, salvation, justice, word, instruction, judgments, and precepts etc. to which the Psalm makes constant reference in its 176...

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You Are Essential

What you are about to read is not an exercise in positive thinking.Nor will it begin with religion though I am a pastor. But it will end that way because I am both a citizen and a pastor. To nominalize any person or their labor as "unessential" is the most stygian of sins! It is unbridled arrogance. The kind of pride that always precedes a great fall. Such a pronouncement...

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