10/13/2012 – Christians: Engage, not enrage the culture – Pastor Shane Idleman

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“Of the 22 civilizations that have appeared in history, 19 of them collapsed when they reached the moral state America is in today” (Arnold Toynbee; historian). As stated last week, if we fail to contend for what is right, we may see a time in our history when our children will ask, “Why didn’t someone …
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“Proverbs 4: Manasseh & America–Do Not Forsake My Law” — Pastor Shane Idleman – 10/6/2012

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10/6/2012 “Proverbs 4: Manasseh & America–Do Not Forsake My Law” — Pastor Shane Idleman

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10/6/2012 “Proverbs 4: Manasseh & America–Do Not Forsake My Law” — Pastor Shane Idleman
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10/6/2012 – Why Didn’t Someone Do Something? – Pastor Shane Idleman

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“There is no nation on earth powerful enough to accomplish our overthrow. Our destruction, should it come at all, will be from another quarter. From the inattention of the people to the concerns of their government, from their carelessness and negligence” (Daniel Webster; 1782-1852).
Why didn’t someone do something? Those five words still haunt my thoughts today. Sometime ago, I sat speechless as I listened to a man recount his trip to a holocaust museum with his young daughter. As they walked by photos of the death camps, gas chambers, and countless bodies piled one upon another, his daughter silently contemplated the horrors that were unfolding before her eyes…
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