Jesus. Can we even begin to comprehend what He has done for us? His death on the cross is one of the most painful ways a person can die, yet He gave His life on the cross for us.
Letters to the Editor
It is extremely difficult to decipher the truth when our contemporary media bring the news. Not since the time of Walter Cronkite and Tom Brokaw do people accept what is reported on news programs.
My wife and I had a totally unbelievable experience this week.
We went to our bank to see about getting a loan and they wouldn’t even talk to us about taking our property as collateral. They said the only thing they would consider for collateral was toilet paper so we didn’t get our loan. No toilet paper!
One of the differences between Bible-believing Christians is whether God is still doing miracles today like in the book of acts—especially physical healing.
I had always wondered why He didn't seem to be—although some of the Pentecostals said He was. So one time way back in 1973 in another state after being in the ministry seven years I went to a Full Gospel Businessmen’s event where healing was supposed to happen—and I saw it happen.
A question for Mr. Boast. Since you feel county roads cannot be fixed why are you running for commissioner of District #2 again?