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Here's a timely rendition of this now classic (and my all-time favorite) Christmas song--"Mary Did You Know"--that shouldn't be a stumbling block to not only our Church of Christ brethren, but also to those on the liberal left, i.e., multiculturalist, side of the sociopolitical spectrum: https://youtu.be/uaRpeMT1tjQ

In one of David Barton's (WallBuilders) videos I watched a few days ago, he mentioned that approximately 70,000 individuals had been "deplatformed" in that notorious social media purge done recently by the various Big Tech companies. I was one of those hapless few who received the axe by Facebook (a "permanent" and "irreversible" decision by them, i.e., without recourse).

I suppose I should count myself as fortunate to be included among that number; I also wear as a backhanded badge of honor the fact that the website I helped administer for a dozen years or so--"The Black Robe Regiment" on the Ning platform--finally made it onto the SPLC's infamous "hate groups" list. (That BRR website has also since been deactivated.)

This brings to mind those 7,000 men in Israel, mentioned by God in the Old Testament, whom He had "reserved for Myself--all whose knees have not bowed to Baal" "...and whose mouths have not kissed him" (Romans 11:4; cf I Kings 19:18). When faced with entering into God's Kingdom through a narrow or wide portal, the narrower one is always the best choice (Matthew 7:13; Luke 13:24). It seems the same would apply to one's choice of social media outlets as well. ?


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"Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD" (Psalm 33:12a).

“Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.” --John Adams

Today, as we watch our cities burn--rife with mayhem, social disorder, and senseless violence--it's apparent that there's a famine in America; but it's not a famine for food, however, but a famine for hearing the words of the LORD (Amos 8:11). What America desperately needs today is a fearless Church committed to proclaiming and following the entirety of God's counsel, in order to properly fulfill its destiny to usher in Christ's Kingdom here on earth.