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High school football coach scores win at Supreme Court

The US Supreme Court has just ruled in favor of a Washington high school football coach, Joe Kenney, who was fired by Bremerton School District for praying alone on the 50-yard-line after a high school football game.

Some lessons on spiritual warfare

Since the US Supreme Court overturned Roe vs Wade and returned the authority for abortions to state legislatures, there have been dozens of reactions by pro-abortionists that included throwing Molotov cocktails at pro-life centers. READ: Wisconsin anti-abortion group targeted in Molotov cocktail arson attack: police But perhaps the most revealing involved a group of Satanists and witches who launched spiritual attacks against a group of believers who had gathered to pray for peace across America outside the US Supreme Court after the ruling. These attacks included summoning demonic forces to come against those who were praying. Mike Staver, the CEO of Liberty Counsel, a Christian legal nonprofit that was actually a part of the court case that saw Roe vs Wade overturned, described the scene. “Black-robed men and women began arriving on the scene, screaming obscenities over the prayers,” Staver reported. “A pro-abortion demonstrator brought a wagon carrying a large boom box blaring satanic ‘music’ and noise. A woman walked right up to our podium and stood next to the pro-life speaker.” “Every time the pro-lifer spoke, …

A few reactions to the overturning of ‘Roe vs Wade’

Pro-abortion extremists are continuing their rampage after the US Supreme Court overturned Roe vs Wade, leaving state legislatures in control of abortion legislation. In Virginia In Lynchburg, Virginia, pro-abortionists vandalized a pro-life center breaking windows and scrawling the words in red paint on the sidewalk in from of the center: “If abortion ain’t safe, you ain’t safe.” READ: Vandals target Virginia pro-life center with menacing graffiti: ‘You ain’t safe’ In Colorado A Christian pregnancy center, Life Centers, in Longmont, Colorado was set on fire early Saturday morning (June 25, 2022). It also had similar words painted on the outside walls, “If abortions aren’t safe neither are you.” But in addition, it also had the letter A inside a circle written on the wall, a symbol for anarchists. READ: Christian pregnancy center in Colorado vandalized and burned following Roe v. Wade reversal In Arizona Pro abortionists stormed Arizona’s state capital (June 24, 2022) just hours after the Supreme Court ruling reversing Roe vs Wade, forcing police to respond with tear gas. Signs in the crowd included: …

Is Jesus a Communist?: Join the […] revolution

Was Jesus a Communist? Some people believe that he was. You might have heard about “Liberation Theology” which was popular, and very powerful in Latin America, about fifty years ago. It existed mostly in the Roman Catholic Church, although the ideas spread to other Protestant groups. Liberation Christians tried to merge the ideas of Marxist Communism with what the Bible says about Jesus. Technically, it is impossible to call Jesus a Communist, or a political leftist. Karl Marx, who created Communism, was born in 1818, into a Jewish family that had recently converted to Christianity. He lived many centuries after the time of Jesus, and he never seemed to promote Jesus. He promoted his new idea, atheistic Communism. There is no clear connection between Jesus and Karl Marx, or the Communists who followed him. A Communist is an Atheist. Before the Communists were the French revolutionaries, who met in a National Assembly, apparently on a tennis court, around the year 1789. When the Speaker of the Assembly looked out over the members, it was clear …

Another elitist politician called for cuts to police funding, meanwhile…

It is almost becoming too predictable, but another elitist politician has decided that her rules don’t apply to her. She is apparently above the misery she is causing. Not surprisingly, the New York politician is also left-leaning. Over the past couple of years, Assemblywoman Yuh-Line Niou (D-Lower Manhattan) has pushed to cut police funding, the New York Post reports. In 2020, she joined the BLM bandwagon and called for millions of dollars in cuts to police funding. The New York Post cited the pledge from her campaign page: “She believes that we are long overdue for police reform in this country and that we need to defund millions from the police in order to put critical funding back into our social services, education, and housing.” Ironically, four years earlier, Niou decided to move out of Harlem to neighboring Manhattan. Why you wonder? In an interview with a local publication, the Low Down, Niou said she decided to move to Manhattan because of the growing crime rates in Harlem. In fact, Niou admitted that she was …

REJECTION

One of the most difficult challenges a person can experience is rejection and in a recent article in The Epoch Times, Dawn Milberger, 55, shared her story. Dawn had been adopted into a Christian family, and it wasn’t until she was 18 that she discovered the full story of what had happened, when she finally tracked down her birth mother. It was then she discovered that her mother, with the aid of a nursing friend, tried to abort Dawn several times in the first seven months of pregnancy, before eventually giving birth. Her mother’s friend provided abortion-inducing drugs that she stole from the office where she worked. After telling the story, her birth mom pleaded for Dawn to forgive her. This was the ultimate form of rejection and for the next several months, Dawn struggled as anger began building in her heart over the rejection. But with the help of her adoptive parents, Dawn worked through her emotions to forgive her mother. “He can’t build on us if we have unforgiveness on us. Unforgiveness cannot …