Providential History

Delegating Authority

Delegating Authority Lee Early “Take you wise men, and understanding, and known among your tribes, and I will make them rulers over you.” Deuteronomy 1:13 Representative government is a process of delegating authority. We, as citizens, consent to, authorize, or assign a person to stand for us in the external governing of our home, church, […]

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Elections have Consequences

Elections have Consequences by Ruth Smith The idea that “elections have consequences” is a concept that many forget. Each candidate is endeavoring to present himself or herself as the “best” person to lead our nation. The field is vast, from a declared socialist to those who identify themselves as conservative.     Do “we, the […]

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Three Things to Remember for Columbus Day

                  How will you remember and celebrate Columbus Day?                 In recognizing the character and contribution of Christopher Columbus, it is helpful to see the man, not from the viewpoint of a modern historian, but in his own words. Read these passages from Columbus’s Book of Prophecies and see what stands out to you. […]

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Remembering Constitution Day

Remembering Constitution Day

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Christ Changed History

Christ Changed History As we consider Christ’s death, burial and resurrection, we recognize that Christ and Christianity are the foundation of our lives. Jesus Christ is our hope, our Savior, the author of liberty, and much more. The Apostle Paul summed it up in I Corinthians 15:3-4: For I delivered unto you first of all that […]

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