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In the midst of the Covid plague, with our lives so altered this year, and the remaining uncertainty, it may seem hollow to think of Thanksgiving. more
And let the peace of God rule in your hearts, to which also you were called in one body; and be thankful. more
A high honor in the art division of the Mississippi Federation of Women’s Clubs has been awarded the Culture Club of Philadelphia more
On the substance, Democrats have won the first two weeks of the impeachment hearings by TKO.  more
Was there linkage between the withholding of U.S. military aid and the U.S. demand for a Ukrainian state investigation of the Bidens?  more
Thanksgiving remains one of America’s most undefiled holidays. more
The snapshot of the church we have in this passage is one of joy and bliss. Many things in our culture have diminished commitment to the church. more
Open my eyes, that I may behold wondrous things out of your law. more
Laurel Hill School boys’ and girls’ basketball teams visited Madden last Friday night, and the boys came out on the losing end of a 27-17 score while the girls tied, 20-20. Saturday  night, Shady Grove teams came to Laurel Hill. Laurel Hill boys defeated Shady Grove, 34-12, and Shady Grove girls defeated Laurel Hill, 25-21. Owen Tucker called the games.   more
Black Lives Matter came up with the single most effective political slogan of the year.  more
Because of Donald Trump, Vice President Joe Biden thundered during the campaign, the U.S. “is more isolated in the world than we’ve ever been ... America First has made America alone.” more
Franklin Delano Roosevelt rode to victory again Tuesday as the Democrats carried 39 of the 48 states, and thus he became the first man in United States history to win the office of President for a third term. more
Ordinarily, it’s not possible for a party to win the presidency and have a bad election night, but the Democrats managed it. more
“In victory, magnanimity... in defeat, defiance.” more
For Grover Vining, the past president of the Neshoba County Shrine Club and secretary of the Board of Governors at Shreveport Shriners Hospital for Children, the  annual barbecue chicken plate sale on Saturday was a great success, even in the midst of the COVID-19 pandemic.  more
In these verses we see the reaction of the Jewish crowd to Peter’s sermon and Peter’s response to their terror-filled question: “Brothers, what shall we do?” more
In his sermon the apostle Peter makes these vital points, viz. Jesus is the Messiah written about in the Old Testament. He has conquered death by his resurrection. He is now at God’s right hand, the King over all. He has poured out the Holy Spirit as evidence of his rule (and grace). He will be the judge of all men.  more
Unbelievable! How does a county with a population of not quite 30,000 justify giving each of our 5 supervisors a full-size pickup truck?  more
All Scripture is breathed out by God and profitable for teaching, for reproof, for correction, and for training in righteousness, that the man of God may be complete, equipped for every good work. more
Miss Mary Hester wa spledged a member of Pi Gamma Mu, national honorary social science fraternity. She is a senior history major at M.S.C.W. and this honor came to her as a result of her superior scholastic rating in all her social science courses. more
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