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    Thanks immensely for the article! It was just recently mentioned on a "Face Book" forum. After some commentary that I read I went to the article and found it quite well done and thought provoking. It certainly bears repeating elsewhere. :)

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    Great concept! At a young age I greatly respected the stance of the Finns who made a strong defense against a near overwhelming enemy. Makes one wonder that we as Christian must stand against a world beset with evil.
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    Thanks immensely for this article: The crisis we see is almost like nothing we have seen. This will help many see more clearly how we can encourage others and stay on course in a Godly manner as in the examples set by Christ. We can become part of the solution and not part of the ongoing crisis.

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    Great job Luke!

  • Joe Camerata
    Great message. Needed by so many people in this age of a decline of Christianity. If only some of my family in JAX, FL would listen.
  • Joe Camerata
    Many truly great points. These are sobering times! Times are extremely upsetting to many. May God help us to be steadfast in His ways and endure to the end, even as we set a great example as the "Light of a City on the Hill".
  • Joe Camerata
    Thank you for the message, especially from the perspective you used. Reminds us to stick with it and endure to the end.
  • Joe Camerata
    Earlier locally, some were discussing the 144,000. This video helps to clarify who they are. Some have thought there might have been two groups of 144,000 which may not be true. Another question people ask is why is the tribe of Dan not mentioned in these verses?
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    Thank you! very well done.
  • Joe Camerata

    Great comment Jim! "We are still immersed in the world to some extent, and need to apply those words..."
    Important for us to remember! Thank you!

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    This article stated what has been on my mind for a number of recent months. On a recent hike one of the hikers slipped and tore a thigh muscle. Thankfully he was able to limp out the rest of the distance. Months later the thigh muscle was still swollen and ached. Some if not all of the hikers thought about how we can even stumble while on our spiritual journey. Thank you for posting.