Category Archives: Sermons and Homilies

A Prayer for the 114th Congress of the United States of America

Once, in “another” Georgia, in a time well before the Age of Millennials, there existed a righteous culture whose people lived under the Rule of Laws, first, God’s Law, and then under those Laws of their own making; who expected … Continue reading

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On the words and wisdom of Lt. Col. Ralph Peters:

…About Barack Hussein Obama. On the words and wisdom of Lt. Col. Ralph Peters: …About Barack Hussein Obama. Why is it inappropriate to call “a spade a spade,” oops, I mean to call “The Wiz” a “Pussy?” I know The … Continue reading

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Jimmy, Jimmy, Jimmy? Whither goest thou?

President Jimmy Carter @CarterCenter (New York, NY)39th President of the United States; Author, ‘A Full Life: Reflections At Ninety’  Huffington Post Interview, 7 July 2015   I know, for a fact, that Jesus did not vote for James Earl Carter for President, … Continue reading

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