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He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. (Matthew 28:6)

He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. (Matthew 28:6)

He is not here; he has risen, just as he said. (Matthew 28:6)

Do YOU believe it?  Do YOU believe what God says? The Bible foretold of our Saviour Jesus way back in Genesis 3:15.

Do YOU believe it… Just as He said?  There is a sad, growing trend, to dismiss Genesis as fact, even in many our our Bible preaching churches.  We have decided to believe fallible man’s opinion rather than infallible God’s Word.  If you don’t believe what He said about our Saviour in Genesis, why would you believe it in Matthew?

So, do YOU believe it?  Just as He said?  He is not here; He has risen!

Happy Resurrection Day.  It happened JUST AS HE SAID, starting from Genesis.

– John

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Two of my favorite media outlets… “Your Network Of Praise” (YNOP) and “Answers In Genesis” (AiG). I support and listen to our local transmitter from YNOP everyday, and I read the blog from AiG every day, along with reading their materials, watching their videos, and listening to their podcasts.

I was pleasantly surprised to see the picture of YNOP’s General Manager, Roger Roger Lonnquist, on Ken Ham’s AiG Blog.  Yes, those two ministries definitely go together.

– John

AiG VP of Media Dale Mason with Roger Lonnquist. He leads “Your Network of Praise,” a network of about 40 radio outlets in the northwest U.S. His entire network carries our Answers … with Ken Ham daily radio program. Roger loves God’s Word and our message of biblical inerrancy!

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One of my favorite web sites is Answers In Genesis. This great cartoon called “After Eden” by Dan Lietha is featured in Answers In Genesis’ email newsletter.  You can sign up to get Answers In Genesis’ email newsletter in your email box HERE.

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How Will Americans Vote?

Published November 4th, 2008 in Current Issues in the World, Thoughts and Things, Museum Updates

Proverbs 23: 7—For as he thinks in his heart, so is he

As a nation, I think everyone recognizes that America is in big trouble. It is in trouble economically. It is in trouble morally. It is in trouble with its enemies.

When Americans go to the polls today, many will think that the way they vote was determined by their reaction to the problems with the economy, Wall Street, the housing market, the war in Iraq, or numerous other issues. But regardless of who we are as Christians, we will ultimately be voting in accord with Proverbs 23:7: “as he thinks in his heart, so is he.”

The problem with America is not ultimately the economy, the morality, Wall Street, the war or the housing market—the problem with America is that hearts and minds have changed over the decades years. Generations have been brought up in basically a God-less education system. The church has, on the whole, compromised God’s Word, particularly in this era, beginning in Genesis—and such compromise then affects how people view the rest of the Bible.

When people vote today, how they view God’s Word is ultimately how they will vote. If our hearts and minds were as they should be, we would be voting in accord with the principles God has laid out clearly in His Word.

And ultimately, the only way to change America is for hearts and minds of people to change in regard to the Word of God. And that change needs to start in the church—a church that has by and large compromised God’s Word in the same way the Israelites did—by adopting the pagan ideas and religions of the world and compromising with the Word of God. So much of the church has adopted the pagan religion of this age evolution/millions of years—a religion to explain life without God and compromised the Word of God. And the way God judged the Israelites for this sin, He will also be and is judging America.

For all of us, we need to take heed of 2 Chronicles 7:14:

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

Make sure you are thinking biblically when you vote today.

Staged Dinosaurs

I encourage you to read the detailed article on AiG’s website today on the Walking With Dinosaurs stage production. I believe it will open your eyes in regard to the evolutionary secular humanist agenda to indoctrinate kids that this startling attraction has been set up to do. You can read the article at:

How Will Americans Vote? at Around the World with AiG’s Ken Ham.

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It is sad that so many well meaning organizations, like NASA, are waisting so much time and money on such nonsense. I am an Amateur Radio enthusiast, and I am sad to report that a certain segment of the Ham community, also waist their time, money, and energy on this nonsense.  This article is from Ken Ham on the “Answers In Genesis” web site.

Jesus said, “If you hold to my teaching, you are really my disciples. Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”  John 8:31b-32


NASA Sponsors Course on How to Talk to Aliens

Yes—it is true. If you’re an American, your tax dollars are being used by a government agency to teach a course to students on how to talk to aliens! This is serious stuff. We’ve never seen aliens, never had any messages from them, never heard from them. They have not visited earth, and we don’t know how to reach them. But we are using tax dollars for this blind-faith idea!

However, if tax dollars were used to teach students on how to talk with God, who stepped into history in the person of Jesus Christ so we could see Him on earth, who gave us a whole book (the Bible) to reveal all we need to know about the universe, who did visit earth as a man, who tells us how to reach Him through prayer—well that would not be allowed! That would be called religion—and you know, the “separation of church” and stuff!

It’s okay to have faith in aliens—just don’t have faith in an infinite God who has communicated to us through His Son and through His written Word! The article on this begins:

English students at the University of Wyoming are being encouraged to consider the possibility that humanity might one day make contact with aliens and then not know what to say.  “Interstellar Message Composition,” a creative writing class, is believed to be the first of its kind to engage writers in a potential cosmic conversation, say its founders. “We’ve thought a lot about how we might communicate with other worlds, but we haven’t thought much about what we’d actually say,” Prof Jeffrey Lockwood, the course leader, told ABC News.

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There is so much talk going on about aliens, one wonders if this is all meant to prepare people for some great delusion!

Thanks for stopping by and thanks for praying,


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