James Robison

Will The Church Just Sing Louder?

It has been well stated that if we do not learn lessons from history and the tragic consequences of bad decisions, they will be repeated. The average age of the world's greatest civilizations from the beginning of history has been about 200 years. During those 200 years, these nations always progressed through the following sequence:

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Loving Our Enemies

Jesus said, “Love your enemies.” He never said, “Get in bed with them.” I understand the provocative nature of what I just said, but the fact is, it’s the truth. It is not only possible, but very important that we come to accept, understand and properly apply this commandment.

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Rich, But Foolish

I know what it is like to live in poverty. I know what it is like to have nothing, but I was not taught to despise or resent everybody outside my meager environment. My mother had enough wisdom to teach me godly principles.

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Responding to Pressure

We all face pressure, seemingly insurmountable problems and frequent pain during our life’s journey. Job made this statement everyone can likely affirm: “Man’s days are short and full of trouble.”

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Return to God

For many months I have been expressing deep concern for the spiritual condition of both the church and our nation. I believe with all my heart we are headed in the wrong direction. The only hope for a return to sanity, stability and security is for the church to awaken and truly pierce the darkness with God’s love and God’s truth. There is no other way to see the tide turned.

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Putting Feet to our Prayers

We are called and challenged to pray. The apostle Paul refers to “praying without ceasing.” This means a life of fellowship and continual communication with a personal heavenly Father. Both the Old and New Testament teach that we can have such a meaningful relationship with God that we are able to hear Him as though it was a conversation.

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Where Were You When Freedom Died?

To those who care,

I have written many important columns, but never one more important than this one. As always, I am referring to issues of life and death, but this time it also includes the life, or death, of freedom we just celebrated on July 4th.

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The Declaration of Dependence

One of the most meaningful documents ever conceived by mortal men was signed 234 years ago this weekend. When 56 brave men placed their lives and signatures on the Declaration of Independence, freedom and all of its blessings were bestowed upon America. For centuries, this Declaration has given hope to everyone on this planet who ever hoped to see possibilities that can only be offered by true freedom.

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