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“But if the watchman see the sword come, and blow not the trumpet, and the people be not warned; if the sword come, and take any person from among them, he is taken away in his iniquity; but his blood will I require at the watchman’s hand.” [Ezekiel 33:6]

“For we wrestle not against flesh and blood, but against principalities, against powers, against the rulers of the darkness of this world, against spiritual wickedness in high places.” [Ephesians 6:12]

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Presbyterians Week Headlines

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[1] New Christian Observer Articles for October 2017

[2] Gerald Christian Nordskog of Nordskog Publishing Endorses Judge Roy Moore in Alabama U.S. Senate Race

[3] Boys Brigade Now Open to All Faiths

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[1] New Christian Observer Articles for October 2017

New Christian Observer articles for October 2017 include:

Joy in Hope – by Christian Observer Contributing Editor David Brand – The joy in hope of missionary William Whiting Borden (1887-1913);

Education and Cancerous IdeologiesChristian Observer Contributing Editor Dr. Joe Renfro – “There are many ideologies bombarding our world and our nation at this time in history with many of them being ultimately cancerous to our society with much of it taking place or related with to education;”

Book Review of “Christian Economics in One Lesson” by Gary North;

Plus, links to ReVision devotionals on the Fellowship of Ailbe website by Christian Observer Contributing Editor T.M. Moore.

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+ Christian Observer, Post Office Box 1371, Lexington, Virginia 24450, christianobserver@christianobserver.org

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[2] Gerald Christian Nordskog of Nordskog Publishing Endorses Judge Roy Moore in Alabama U.S. Senate Race

I am personally appalled at the unethical and really unconstitutional (in the manner the founders wanted) that the millions of dollars from Republicans around the nation would have their donations deferred to the Alabama race for U.S. Senator.  Our nation was established on the principle of local elections by local citizens. Federal-level insiders should not attempt to overwhelm any state election. Alabama-registered voters should and will decide.  But President trump and especially Mitch McConnell should not redirect donations to the Republican party toward personal favorites in local elections. Alabama should decide their next senator.

I am personally appalled at the unethical and really unconstitutional (in the manner the founders wanted) that the millions of dollars from Republicans around the nation would have their donations deferred to the Alabama race for U.S. Senator.  Our nation was established on the principle of local elections by local citizens. Federal-level insiders should not attempt to overwhelm any state election. Alabama-registered voters should and will decide.  But President trump and especially Mitch McConnell should not redirect donations to the Republican party toward personal favorites in local elections. Alabama should decide their next senator.

Please everyone in the USA seeing this, please pray for the man who has proven himself over years of service in civil government. I urge you to appeal to the Lord for His Divine Providence to turn the tide to Judge Roy Moore to serve Alabama, and incidentally all of us In America.

—Gerald Christian Nordskog

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+ Nordskog Publishing, 4562 Westinghouse Suite E, Ventura, California 93003, 805-642-2070, Fax: 805-642-1862, Contact Page

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[3] Boys Brigade Now Open to All Faiths

An 18 September 2017 The Times article by Marc Horne titled “Struggling Boys’ Brigade to Welcome All Faiths” reports that the traditionally Protestant Boys Brigade is now “welcoming atheists, Catholics, Muslims and girls in a bid to widen its appeal and stop numbers from dwindling further.”

Boys Brigade director for Scotland John Sharp is quoted as saying:

“In an increasingly secular world we are also open to people with no faith.”

“Most of our groups would be attached to the Church of Scotland but we are not a part of the Kirk as an organisation and I think that’s an important point to stress.”

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+ The Times, Times House, 1 Pennington Street, London E98 1TT, England, 44-0-20-7782-5971, pressoffice@thetimes.co.uk

+ Church of Scotland, 121 George Street, Edinburgh EH2 4YN, Scotland, 0131-225-5722

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