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  • The Holocaust; A Crucial Prophetic Event

    The Holocaust: The Most Crucial Prophetic Event of Our Time

    Seventy-three years ago, the world was shocked and horrified as the extent of the Holocaust extermination machine was unveiled. Six million Jews, half of Europe’s Jewish population and a third of the world’s, slaughtered in less than five brutal years. Along with five million others—priests and pastors, gypsies, Jehovah’s Witnesses, communists, anarchists, Poles and other […full post]

  • Unleavened Bread FirstFruits Fulfilled

    No Accidents with God!

    Now on the first day of the week, very early in the morning, they, and certain other women with them, came to the tomb bringing the spices which they had prepared. But they found the stone rolled away… (Luke 24:1-2) O death, where is your sting? O Hades, where is your victory? (1 Cor 15:55) While many Christians are aware of […full post]

  • The Monster in the Rearview Mirror

    The Monster in the Rearview Mirror

    When the Past Looms Large. I’m blessed to get to feature my good friend and multi-published author Robin Patchen here at Five Stones and a Sling this week. Robin shares her powerful perspective on a vital topic–feeling tethered by past fear, shame or regret. This one touches almost every believer. And Robin’s post certainly touched me! […full post]

  • Tabernacle: When God's Love Comes Down

    When God’s Love Comes Down

    A God who yearns to walk our deserts with us. How many ways has He pleaded for our hearts? The Tabernacle shows us a God Who Never. Stops. Redeeming. Four things to love about this story. This weekend, the Jewish people observe Rosh Chodashim, the first day of the Biblical year. If you’ve been with […full post]

  • Adam and Eve: When Sin Costs Us Our Garden

    When Sin Costs Us Our Garden

    What the Bible’s First Couple has to teach us about deception, redemption and grace. Three ageless life lessons from Adam and Eve. Spoiler: Our sin can’t take us further than God’s grace can reach! . In my last two posts, I wound up profiling two of the Bible’s iconic brides: Esther and the Song of […full post]

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