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Ask Dr. Jeanette™ Success On “The Way” “The Golden Scepter”

Ahasuerus was a Persian King (monarch) whose empire stretched from “India to Ethiopia” (Esther 1:1;8:9. He reigned from 486-465 B.C.). His leadership was troubled especially during a period of time when some of his chamberlains, Bigthan and Teresh (doorkeepers) plotted against him to kill him (Esther 2:21). The post Ask Dr. Jeanette™ Success On “The...

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“The Promise of All Time” “The Covenant” “I Will Be With You!” “You’re Never Alone!” “I Will Not Leave You!” “I Will Not Forsake You!”

Doesn’t sound like a person, does it? There are many broken promises. We know. We don’t want to recall how many times someone has not lived up to our expectations (which can be unrealistic and even humanly impossible) especially when they have promised to keep their word to us. That’s part of human nature, the...

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“State of The World” Part 2 “HE Knows Who You Are. He Knows Where You Live. He Knows Your Name. He Knows. He Knows. “What’s The Next Big Surprise?” “Looking Beyond CoronaV”

Moses, along with other great prophets, had first hand experiences communicating with the LORD, listening to the LORD and following His instructions and mandates. The expression,” the LORD said” was made some 45 times in Exodus: to Moses, to Aaron, to Pharaoh and to others. Why is this important? In looking at Exodus and the...

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“The Education Football” Brown vs. Board of Education-Part 2

The new Chief Justice, displaying considerable political skill and determination, the new chief justice succeeded in engineering a unanimous verdict against school segregation the following year. In the decision, issued on May 17, 1954, Warren wrote that “in the field of public education the doctrine of ‘separate but equal’ has no place,” as segregated schools...

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Brown vs. Board of Education**It’s Still Happening! Part 1

Claim to be the birthplace of Memorial Day. Researchers have traced the earliest annual commemoration to women who laid flowers on soldiers’ graves in the Civil War hospital town of Columbus, Miss., in April 1866. But historians like the Pulitzer Prize winner David Blight have tried to raise awareness of freed slaves who decorated soldiers’...

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“The Pre-Emminence and Exaltation of Self-Will” Part 1 MaMa! MaMa! Where’s God MaMa! Where’s God? Part 2 of 2

We don’t in fact know if George Floyd was asking “Where’s God?” But, one might assume he was calling for a response from heaven! He was in more than what might be called great distress. He was desperate for help! “I can’t breathe!” I heard this was “training day!” O’Lord! Is this what happens during...

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Let Us Pray… Try It!

Perhaps, you remember Daniel the great prophet who served in two world empires, the Babylonian and the Medo-Persian. He authored the book of Daniel in the Old Testament. You might recall Daniel had visions and prophesied through visions and explaining dreams; “The Handwriting on the Wall” and “Daniel in The Lion’s Den.” In 538 B.C.,...