Tag Archives: spiritual warfare

Stockholm Syndrome

The Stockholm Syndrome is a reaction that people sometimes have in a frightening situation such as being held hostage or experiencing abuse. It involves a paradoxical emotional bond that develops between the victims and the one holding them hostage or … Continue reading

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Snipers

I have read that when snipers are in training for warfare they are instructed to be discriminant about who they shoot. They are trained to discern who the leader is of the enemy group that they have in their sights. … Continue reading

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Protecting the Weak

I just saw a video of a coyote attacking a small dog. The predator appeared to be in the process of successfully taking away some family’s beloved pet. All of a sudden, a much larger dog came charging into the … Continue reading

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Training Is Hard!

Wide receiver Larry Fitzgerald of the Arizona Cardinals is not a big fan of pre-season workouts. When the NFL All-Star retires, one thing he will not miss about the sport is training camp. The rigors of the grueling workouts are … Continue reading

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Veterans of Spiritual Warfare

It is good to see so many people making statements about their appreciation for veterans. We must always be thankful for those who gave so much of themselves in order for us to gain and maintain the freedom in which … Continue reading

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War on Culture

A proposed piece of legislation called the “Heartbeat Bill” awaits action in the Ohio Statehouse. The bill would ban abortions after the detection of the first heartbeat, which occurs just a few weeks after conception. Supporters of the bill are … Continue reading

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Time to Rally!

Yesterday I went to Grayson, Kentucky for a rally in support of Kim Davis, the Rowan County clerk who was jailed for her Christian beliefs. I didn’t know what to expect as I prepared to go to the rally. Would … Continue reading

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Recognize the Danger

An American woman was killed by a lioness Monday at the Lion Park north of Johannesburg. Although the park rules state that all vehicles must keep their windows rolled up, this car’s windows were down at the time of the … Continue reading

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Lord Helps the Devils?!

It’s tournament time for high school baseball in Lexington, Kentucky. The Henry Clay Devils recently beat Lexington Christian Academy by a score of 3-0. One of Henry Clay’s top players, Cameron Lord, hit a home run and played some good … Continue reading

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Take a Stand

In Charles Kuralt’s America the author recalls a town meeting he once attended in Strafford, Vermont: “What happens at a town meeting is pure democracy. Every citizen may have his or her say on every question. For a half-hour that … Continue reading

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