“Alive – Part 2”

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Is Jesus Christ really alive from the dead?  If He is, that means He really is Who He claimed to be—the Lord of heaven and earth.  That would mean He has the right to rule the lives that have your name and my name attached to them.  Consider His story…

1Alive--Part2The women filed into the tomb one by one.  They stood there absolutely amazed, questions flying through their heads.  All of a sudden the tomb was filled with brilliant radiance.  Another being—no, two of them—were sitting on the stone bed:  One where Jesus’ head had been, the other at the feet.   These creatures were so majestic the women fell on their faces before them.  As they bowed low, the women heard them say, “Why do you seek the living One among the dead?  He is not here; He is risen.  Remember how He spoke to you while in Galilee, telling you He would be killed by sinners, but on the third day would rise again.” (From Luke 24:5-7)  The light they were bowing in seemed to sink into their souls.  They remembered!  Now it began to make sense.  He had told them this.  He had said it was all part of the Father’s plan.  He must die, but He would come back to life again…after three days!  One of the angels interrupted their thoughts by issuing a command:  “Go, tell His disciples—and Peter!” (From Mark 16:7)  While the words were not harsh, they were authoritative.  Mary obeyed.  She got up and, shielding her eyes from the brightness, she stumbled out of the tomb and then began Continue reading

“The Court’s Usurp Power to Cancel Trump’s Order”

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Courts Usurp Power to Cancel Trump's Order1Enter once again the tyranny of the national courts.  National courts (sometimes referred to as Federal Courts) partially blocked President Trump’s executive order to slow down the flow of immigrants.  The President’s position is that he is trying to protect us from terrorist attacks.  The Courts say that he is trampling on the rights of immigrants.  Thus, we have our first “face-off” between the Executive Branch and the Judicial Branch in the new Administration in Washington.  So who is right?

Bryan Fischer, one of my favorite policy analysts, has summed up the issue very well.  He states,

“Article I, Section 9 gives to Congress unilateral, unquestioned, unchallengeable authority to admit to our shores only those it ‘shall think proper to admit.’  If Congress doesn’t think they should come in, they don’t get to come in, regardless of what unelected oligarchs think about the matter.” (in other words, the judges) Continue reading