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Opinion / Religion - June 24, 2024


Have you noticed that so-called pride month has a demon in the heart of all that is going on within it? English makes it plain. priDE MONth. And a big demon it is. Itís the spirit of Cain who killed his brother. (Gen. 4) The spirit that made it virtually unanimous to scoff at Noahís ark while it was being built for 100 years. (Gen. 6 & 7) The spirit of the mob pounding at Lotís door. (Gen. 19) The spirit welling up in Pharaoh who repeatedly hardened his heart when LORDGOD expressed His Existence. (Exodus) The spirit who makes the prostitute see justice in cutting a baby in half. (1Kings 3) Itís the spirit scheming murder in the hearts of religious leaders in reaction to miracles and works from JESUS. The spirit inventing crucifixion by the Romans. The spirit enraging those who stoned Stephen. (Acts 7) Itís the spirit behind abortion. The spirit that inspires teaching little ones to sin. (Mt 18:6) The spirit urging hormonally polluting or surgically mutilating the bodies of sexually confused children. The spirit moving a high court to redefine marriage. The spirit that sparks the idea to light the White House up like a rainbow. The spirit now corrupting our laws and justice. Thereís nothing this spirit will not degrade first what it intends to destroy. The spirit is all about bringing death eternal to the only creatures made in the Image of the CREATOR. The Evil One hates LORDGOD that much! No wonder JESUS teaches us to pray ď...and deliver us from the Evil One.Ē Heís formidable indeed. Do we need SAVIOR JESUS, or what?

Kiowa Southern
Baptist Church

7th and Main
Sunday School 9:45 a.m.
Worship Time 11:00 a.m.
Wednesday Night 7:00 p.m. - Study of Revalation
AWANA 5:00-6:30 p.m.
Phone 620-825-4512 Brian Neilson - Pastor 208-392-7536
www.kiowasbc.org
 

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