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Therefore God also has highly exalted Him and given Him the name which is above every na more
Miss Kathleen Hardin, former resident of Neshoba Country was Valedictorian of the 1940 graduating class of Woodson, Texas. more
Mark Zuckerberg clearly hasn’t gotten the memo. more
In these verses, Isaiah is addressing the propensity in men to look everywhere but God to sustain and bless their lives. In verse 15, we saw that though the nations in all their wealth and power are impressive to us, they are not even as a drop in the bucket or a speck of dust on the scales to Almighty God. more
New teams were formed this week in the Philadelphia Softball League after conclusion of four weeks of play and the schedule for the coming month was arranged. W.H. Jones, Porter Jordan, Wink Glover and O.C. Morgan will captain the four teams.  more
Changing the state flag was a symbolic, necessary and unifying decision, but the evil of slavery is diminished when we start erasing Confederate monuments. Auschwitz is standing for a reason. more
Isaiah 40 is designed to take your focus away from everything else and consider the Sovereign Lord, the one true, living God. The chapter begins with a message of comfort and redemption from the Lord (verses 1-2). It points to the coming of Christ and good news (9-11). Isaiah then directs you to consider the immensity and wisdom of the Lord to do all he promised (12-14). more
Rotarian Ken Corder presented a Past President’s emblem to Hub King, retiring head of the Philadelphia Rotary Club, expressing to him the sincere appreciation of the Club for “a job well done”. At the conclusion of the meeting, President King turned over the gavel to Jack McClain, who pledged his best efforts to the service of the Club as its President for the ensuing year. more
The driving force behind changing the state flag was pure humanity soaked in prayer and humility. more
In these verses we have rhetorical questions to help us understand the Lord’s attributes. Sadly, we aren’t inclined to dwell on the awesome attributes of God. We are nudged this way by the previous verses, which spoke of good news being spread widely and loudly (verse 9). more
But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.  more
That’s Andrew Goodman, above. Fifty-six years ago this past Sunday (Father’s Day June 21, 1964) under a plan hatched by the Ku Klux Klan with assistance from law enforcement officials, he and two other young men, part of a massive black voter registration effort, were murdered by a mob on a lonesome road in rural Neshoba County in the heat of a summer night. more
Symbols are, in essence, how we communicate to each other. Letters are symbols that make up words that make up sentences. Logos are symbols that help us locate a product we want to buy, a restaurant … more
Earlier this week, Chicago Mayor Lori Lightfoot had big news — the city is opening up its iconic Lakefront Trail after months of being closed off as part of a COVID-19 lockdown. That … more
In verses 6-8, the Lord directed us to focus on men, their power and righteousness. He wants us to see that there is a reality beyond what we can see in external appearances. He compares men to the … more
As a father pities his children, So the Lord pities those who fear Him. — Psalm 103:13 (NKJV) more
We come today to the sixth and seventh plagues sent by God as judgment on Pharaoh and Egypt. Several themes have emerged thus far in our study, perhaps none so overwhelmingly as the proposition that … more
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