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I do not know which despot, king, or president first invented “the big lie” idea, but it has certainly been known and practiced a long time. “… Read more

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“I know that You can do all things, and that no purpose of Yours can be thwarted.” Job 42:2 Read more

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Purple is a nice color. Grapes are purple, and I like grapes. My wife has a pretty, purple, church dress. Hatch Motors had a purple Dodge Chal… Read more

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“A man convinced against his will is of the same opinion still.” It was certainly true of the Pharisees in this story (Matthew 12.1-21). Mark … Read more

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It’s the Year of the Bible. It’s a fresh movement endorsed by many Christians world wide to network together in lifting up the Word of God. Read more

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In this story Matthew (12.1-21) explains that Jesus and His disciples were passing through the grain fields on the Sabbath day, and because th… Read more

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Opposition to Jesus began to develop in Israel after His early ministry in Galilee. But so far it has not been too bad. John the Baptist’s dou… Read more

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Pew Research, that specializes in polling the American religious community to spot and track trends, just came out with new stats. They found … Read more

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Isaac Watts wrote one of the most familiar of all the Christmas carols that turns out actually, not to have been intended as a Christmas carol… Read more

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Ypres, Belgium, about 20 miles east of the English Channel was at the center of five major battles from Oct. 19 to Nov. 22, 1914 during the Fi… Read more

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The Bahá’í Faith fully acknowledges, not just the eternal greatness of the Lord Jesus Christ, but also His miraculous birth on this terrestria… Read more

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In the movie Forest Gump, we find Forest rescuing his friend Bubba during a fire-fight in the Vietnam jungle. Bubba is mortally wounded, and a… Read more

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dThe Church Of Our Saviour (Episcopal & ELCA Lutheran), 5147 Show Low Lake Road in Lakeside (Turn at Walmart/Hospital light): Read more

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In those days a decree went out from Caesar Augustus that all the world should be registered. This was the first registration when Quirinius w… Read more

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Originally from Nigeria, Father Anselm Amadi from the St. Peters Catholic Church of Springerville gave an eloquent speech on “The Reason for t… Read more

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Matthew 11 ends with a Gospel invitation to do what those who have believed in Jesus Christ have done. They have enrolled in Christ’s school i… Read more

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Pastor Stephen Hair in Kenya with the children who like hang around for a chance to see the “Americans.” The host pastor where over 30 pastors… Read more

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The Christmas lighting is going up, and it’s beautiful. I especially enjoy the Show Low street lights along the Deuce. They change colors! How… Read more

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When Jesus came the first time, “who” or “what” saw Him? Every “eye” in the head or every “eye” in the heart? What about the second time? Will… Read more

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Before life gets too busy during the holidays, I’m off again to see what nature has to offer. Weather is good today and the roads are still op… Read more

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Here is one more guide—one that can never fail. We can consider a sign symbolic or non-symbolic simply on the authority or testimony of the ne… Read more

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December 7, 1941, is “the day that shall live in infamy,” or, at least that’s what we used to think. It was the day the Japanese attacked our … Read more

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God is merciful! This is a wonderful, uplifting, thrilling, and encouraging revelation. It is especially wonderful because it is our only hope… Read more

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The White Mountain Community choir will be performing selections from Handel's Messiah at 7 p.m. Sunday, Dec. 15, at the LDS Downtown Chapel i… Read more

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It’s within the connivery of men to seek an advantage over opposing forces by stealth, trickery and ambush. More popular is the ambush. It’s a… Read more

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As I look back at 2019 and past, I am reminded of the faithfulness and blessing of our Heavenly Father. There are victories and there are defe… Read more

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PINETOP — The story of Christ’s birth retold in drama, music, and dancing by the youth department of The Church. at 4 and 7 p.m. Saturday, Dec… Read more

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Let us now consider the third guide to the distinction of the figurative from the literal. We can distinguish the two sets of sayings by study… Read more

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No one likes to think about judgment, and we are relieved that Jesus moves on from this point to talk about the electing grace of God and to i… Read more

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No, not the car, but the Massachusetts town founded in 1620 by our Pilgrim forefathers. Among other distinctions, it’s the site of the first “… Read more

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