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Advice to Preachers in Navigating through this National Emergency

First, I urge you not to dismiss this virus as a hoax or treat it as a cold or no less dangerous as the flu. The danger of this virus is the GROWTH RATE it has and everything will seem fine until it isn’t. Be a wise leader and exercise sensible caution and preparations for protecting the flock and your community. Second, we can still minister to our flocks in a variety of ways. The first-century Christians met daily, house to house in small groups. If you are limited to groups of 50, spread out across your campus or split up the congregation alphabetically for smaller group meetings. My favorite is DRIVE-IN Church. Have church in the parking lot and stay in your cars. Get a .1 or .5 watt FM transmitter and remain FCC compliant. Remember, the government has not banned, prayer, preaching, counseling, worship, tithing. We just have to be creative to minister. Third, bucking the government and being the rebel is not only a violation of Romans 13:1-2 and I Peter 2:13-18. It sends the wrong message to the lost in our community. Instead of seeing you as someone helping the community, they see you as one harming the community. In Floyd County Georgia. A pastor rebelling against the orders of the Governor continued as normal. Many in his congregation tested positive to the virus and they buried a 65-year-old member who contracted it at his church. Would you like to be in his shoes? I think

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We Must Say No To Shariah Law

It is of upmost importance that we do not allow Shariah law into our country. I lived in England for 29 years. For ten of those years, I heard people saying that Shariah was coming to Great Britain, but I dismissed it as wishful thinking by Muslims. I did not think it could happen there. How wrong I was! I remember September 14, 2008, the government of Great Britain allowed, and even backed, the setting up of Shariah Law Courts in seven cities. The headquarters for these courts was in the town I served in as a missionary. It did not stop with only seven courts. Today, there are over one hundred of these courts in London alone. What This Means This does not mean that all the British people are subject to Shariah Law. What it does mean is that everyone in Great Britain is subject to British law, except Muslims. It also doesn’t mean that these courts have jurisdiction in everything. These courts can only deal with civil matters. They can deal with family issues like divorce, marriage, custody, etc. These courts are not allowed to deal with criminal issues – yet. The Muslims are, however, pushing for them to have jurisdiction in every area. They have learned that if they continue to pressure the government, both politically and through civil unrest, the government will eventually give in to their demands. Six Reasons to Reject Shariah If we knew the following things were part of Shariah Law, not

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When Muslims Play the Race Card

We live in a time when everything this nation was founded upon is under attack. This is not a time for us to be silent; we must have the courage to speak the truth. If we want to defend our nation from the attacks on our founding principles, we must be informed. We must do more than just get upset, we must act. Happiness comes when we do what is right. If ye know these things, happy are ye if ye do them. (John 13:17) For if any be a hearer of the word, and not a doer, he is like unto a man beholding his natural face in a glass: (James 1:23) What can we do? 1. Be an Advocate As an advocate we publicly support the causes we are fighting for. We are not afraid to fly our colors and show those around us our position on the issues. It is a choice we must make. And if it seem evil unto you to serve the LORD, choose you this day whom ye will serve; whether the gods which your fathers served that were on the other side of the flood, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land ye dwell: but as for me and my house, we will serve the LORD. (Joshua 24:15) 2. Be an activist An activist acts on the behalf of their cause. An activist resists their opponents. Most importantly, an activist acts. Countering Muslims when they Play the RACIST Card. Islam

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