By refusing to fight from the moral high ground, we find our culture in shambles.
Praying for our republic’s politicians and not the citizens is like asking a physician to alleviate the symptoms without addressing the disease.
There is no end to the litany of things about which to be angry – but it doesn’t mean we have to be endlessly upset.
It is up to the politician to have a plan to meet the citizens’ demands.
If we are to govern our republic, we must first govern ourselves.
Whatever the issue—from protecting children to preserving justice in our state—Jill shines the light of truth into the dark halls of government.
Preening like a red-colored peacock for the leftwing media is at best an exercise in self-adulation.
We don’t have to visit the Garden of Gethsemane to experience the beauty of Christ’s love for us.
As a self-governing people, we cannot delegate the preservation of our republic to others. The work belongs to us.
Masking compromises with the devil so as to do good things down the road never pays off.
While so much is out of our control, we alone get to pick our attitude.
Tyrants nibble away at small bits of our liberty in the name of preserving our safety until all that remains is our subservience.
As beneficiaries of the Alamo defenders’ sacrifice, we must answer the call to the fight for liberty.
Yes, we have trouble and tribulation in this world… But we also have Jesus!
Tyrants don’t have a sense of humor, but our loving God certainly does!
We must with joy accept the awesome responsibility of self-governance!
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