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Our Silly and Sinful Musings About Suicide (“Say Hello To Heaven”) #3

The picture to my left is a terrifying reality for many people, who merely want to live in peace. As I revealed in part #2 of this series, I had demonic voices telling me to hurt others and myself. So … Continue reading

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Our Silly and Sinful Musings About Suicide (“Say Hello To Heaven”) #2

(If you have not read part #1 please close click this link to read   https://4rs4thechurch.com/2017/05/28/our-silly-and-sinful-musings-about-suicide-say-hello-to-heaven/) In 1997 I was a very different man. In spite of being college educated (and graduating in 6 months)—being engaged to my wife Kim and awaiting … Continue reading

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Self-Murdering Saints?

Since the end of November 2013, five pastors have committed self-murder in the United States of America.  Each man was considered a godly man by his congregation and each congregation was shocked by their pastor’s choice to put himself on … Continue reading

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"A Powerful Admonition From The Past"

The post below is a quote from British preacher Charles Haddon Spurgeon (1834-1892).  It is estimated that Spurgeon proclaimed the word of God to over 10,000,000 people, a remarkable feat for anyone especially in a time without radio, T.V  or … Continue reading

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