Sometimes He Comes To Me

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By John Miltenberger 6/24/2017 In the darkest of nights, in the most seemingly dire circumstances, sometimes He comes to me. Alone in the strange hospital room, wired up with IV’s, hooked up to blood pressure cuffs, hurting from all the traumatic, abortive attempts to start lines into veins that roll, dodging the needles, bruised from the wounds and scared at the overshadowing prognosis, He comes to me. And when He comes, everything is made right, …

Out of The Shadowlands

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By John Miltenberger 6/13/2017 I usually shudder when I hear of Christian martyrs, and I fervently pray that if called upon to give up my life, God will glorify Himself by helping me die well. These are things not often discussed by the brethren, as we meet for prayer or Sunday morning worship, but these are things I’d like to have pre-settled in my mind. Will I have what it takes? It is critical that …

Christians In Politics? Are You Kidding?

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By John Miltenberger 6/9/2017 Several days ago I posted on Facebook a 1.5 hour long video of Dutch Sheets talking about America, and how there still is a God-ordained destiny for our country. Among other things, Dutch stated that God had told him, “I AM GOVERNMENT.” According to Dutch, this was given to him as an apolitical statement. Many Christians, and apparently many Christian leaders as well, stay away from political topics like they were …

The Empty Beaches of History – Remembering 6/6/1944

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By John Miltenberger 6/6/2017 Thankfully, I missed World War II. Through no fault of my own I was born too late, but not late enough to avoid the routine, everyday exposure to the men and women of that generation of Americans. They were an exceptional breed, and I wish we had their spirit back in these times, but as the wheel of history turns, it also seems to forget. I do not subscribe to any …

The Grand Try-On

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By John Miltenberger 5/24/2017 But Jesus said to him, “No one, having put his hand to the plow, and looking back, is fit for the kingdom of God.” [Luke 9:62; NKJV] I’ve often had the unsettling experience of trying on clothing at a store, only to get home and find it no longer seems to fit as well, or look as appealing as it did when I first tried it on. I’m not sure why …

An Issue of Relevancy

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By John Miltenberger 5/16/2017 Beginning this piece, I’m reminded of the husband who awoke in the morning and while still in bed, leaned over to his wife and said, “Honey, I’m so sorry.” She looked at him and replied, “For what?” Then he said, “I’m certain I’ll do something wrong today, and I just wanted to apologize before that happens.” That said, let me add to this paragraph: “I’m sorry.” Since the Fall of mankind …

Young Lions Arising

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By John Miltenberger 5/15/2017 It shall come to pass in that day that there will be no light; the lights will diminish. It shall be one day Which is known to the LORD–neither day nor night. But at evening time it shall happen that it will be light. [Zechariah 14:6-7; NKJV] “Everyone’s a winner before the contest begins.” The Lord said to me, “Today I am putting the young lions in the front lines of …

Soundbites – The Starvation Diet

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By John Miltenberger 5/10/2017 In 2006, when I first began writing blogs, I realized I should stick to one-pagers because most contemporary folks can’t hang on any longer than one page. Sad, but true. Someone once commented that most Americans read at a third grade level. I don’t know if that’s true, but I do know this…many do, all too many, and we tend to read in soundbite sized pieces. I wouldn’t be too concerned …