Tag Archives: justice

“Failure To Obey”: Why the U.S. Constitution Has Failed & God’s Law Is the Only Answer

When Leaders No Longer Lead

From JTM: “A good shepherd leads his sheep to pasture. He cares for their every need. He does not drive the sheep with the shepherds crook, but rather uses it to correct the wayward. Leadership, at any level, should know and follow the example of the Good Shepherd. Failure to do so leaves the sheep […]

A Challenge to Military Supporters

I’ve had enough folks. This may – may – be my last comment on the subject. First, know this: I support everyone who is serving, or has served,  in the military. I do not hate, nor am I against, those who serve in the military of the United States. I recognize your decision to serve […]

July 19

Angry Blacks, Civil Rights & the Zimmerman Verdict

George Zimmerman was found not guilty by a jury of his peers in the death of Trayvon Martin. Regardless of one’s opinion, that should be the end of it as a case both before the court and before the American people. But it isn’t. Our justice system worked, not because Zimmerman was found not guilty, […]

Monday Music: Gunslinger

  Songwriter: John Fogerty Lookin’ out across this town Kinda makes me wonder how All the things that make us great Got left so far behind This used to be a peaceful place Decent folks hard workin’ ways Now they hide behind locked doors Afraid to speak their minds I think we need a gunslinger […]

America–Where Almost Everything is Illegal

Do you have any idea how much is illegal in America these days? It seems like almost everything is! Below is a 40 minute special report by John Stossel called “Illegal Everything”. From kid’s lemonade stands to raising your own chickens and hogs, “Big Brother” has nearly destroyed (if they haven’t already), the pioneering spirit […]

October 15

8 Things That Were Finished on the Cross

Matthew Henry on 8 things that were finished or completed when Jesus Christ cried out, “It is finished” (John 19:30): 1. It is finished: The malice and enmity of his persecutors had now done their worst; when he had received that last indignity in the vinegar they gave him, he said, “This is the last; […]

Jonathan Edwards: Eternal Punishment Consistent with the Justice of God

This is the sum of the objections usually made against this doctrine: that it is inconsistent with the justice, and especially with the mercy, of God. And some say [that] if it be strictly just, yet how can we suppose that a merciful God can bear eternally to torment his creatures. First, I shall briefly […]

The Slave Mentality of America (Part 2)

  In the last post, Slave Mentality of America (Part 1) we set the background context for the passage found in Judges 15:11, which reads as follows: Then 3,000 men of Judah went down to the cleft of the rock of Etam, and said to Samson, “Do you not know that the Philistines are rulers […]

Worse than Osama Bin Ladin

Abraham Lincoln did far more damage to the U.S. A. than Osama Bin Ladin could ever have dreamt. Osama bin Ladin was responsible for 3000 American deaths. Abraham Lincoln was responsible for over 600,000 American deaths after he raised an army to invade his own country. The astonishing thing is to watch Americans curse the […]

TNT: Ted Nugent Theology

Warning: Graphic language: The following contains strong, honest language, so, if you tend to be a pansy and hate guns, please, for your sake, do not watch this video. By the way, I’m just thinking….wouldn’t it be great if we could sentence every criminal to hearing the true Gospel before serving the rest of their […]

Your Self-Righteousness and The Doctrine of Imputation

Supreme Court, Public Schools and The Ten Commandments

“Historically the Supreme Court has been in opposition to anything dealing with the ten commandments in Church. This is a brief history…If the Bible is not being taught as the primary source of education in public schools why are you allowing your children to be there? To remove the fear of God and the Word […]

A Puritan’s Prayer: The Lord’s Supper

God of all good, I bless thee for the means of grace;    teach me to see in them thy loving purposes     and the joy and strength of my soul. Thou hast prepared for me a feast;    and though I am unworthy to sit down as guest,      I wholly rest on the […]


Blessed are they which do hunger and thirst after righteousness: for they shall be filled. (Matt. 5:6) Righteousness is the same word as justice; thus, it is the desire for righteousness or justice which our Lord speaks of here. Justice must be the desire of God’s covenant people. To despise God’s law is to despise […]


Grace, Love & Mercy Revealed In The Church

God reveals His glorious majesty in the highest heavens; His fearful justice in the hell of the damned; His wise and powerful providence is manifest throughout the world; but His grace, love and mercy are revealed in His Church. – John Robinson

Tim Conway: The Justice Of God

John MacArthur – The Josiah Grauman Story

Outlaw Preachers & the SBC – Both Are Attacking The Doctrine Of Judgment

In a previous video post featuring Tony Jones, you may have gotten a taste of the group which has labeled themselves the ‘outlaw preachers.’ The title was self-imposed, and, I must say, is spot on accurate! Time and time again we hear the same defense on their tweets, posts and videos…which can be summed up […]

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