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Today We Join President Trump's Call To Prayer September 3, 2017

Our Father and our God, we humble ourselves before you this day and ask for Your continuing grace and mercy for our nation, our President a…

Started by Jim O'Connor

2 Sep 3
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Paid in Full

After living what I felt was a 'decent' life, my time on earth came to the end. The first thing I remember is sitting on a bench in the wai…

Started by Jim O'Connor

4 Apr 30
Reply by Jim O'Connor

A History of Tomorrow

Today with the technological revolution the world seems smaller. Technology connects us to such far away places that everywhere seems to be…

Started by Jim O'Connor

3 Apr 3
Reply by John5319

Where is the Life We Lost in Living?

                         All our knowledge brings us nearer to our ignorance, All our ignorance brings us nearer to death, But nearness to…

Started by Jim O'Connor

2 Mar 27
Reply by Larry Grafanakis

Distractions and Fear

     The morning was the sweet smell of the orange blossoms being blown by a gentile wind from the east. The sun arose to give forth its wa…

Started by John5319

1 Mar 19
Reply by John5319

Vision Without a Task is a Dream. Task Without a Vision is Drudgery

Vision Without a Task is a Dream. Task Without a Vision is Drudgery                       (Inscription on a church wall in Sussex England c…

Started by Jim O'Connor

0 Mar 17

"Full Faith and Confidence... Full Faith and Credit"

  These are the words of political and economic promises that a government provides for its citizens. Unfortunately we know all too well t…

Started by Jim O'Connor

0 Mar 10

Can the Grace of God Truly Reach Them?

One of my former students was a radical Muslim and is now a radical Christian. I had him come to our church last weekend to present a confe…

Started by Jim O'Connor

7 Mar 5
Reply by Jim O'Connor

The Guarded Heart

     Driving home yesterday my car was traveling past the light rail at 19th Avenue & Camelback I noticed all kinds of people while sit…

Started by John5319

0 Feb 19

A View for the New Year

Happy New Year! This is the time we start again, make plans, set goals, and see every day as a new day and a new chance to excel. We often…

Started by Jim O'Connor

1 Jan 8
Reply by Larry Grafanakis



My reading of history convinces me that most bad government results from too much government.
Thomas Jefferson



The best in books to make every conservative start thinking in new ways about America and the world being controlled by the Obama Administrations AND Republicans and Democrats.  Some surprises are in store for those who look!




Suppose the earth and its inhabitants exist in order to identify just what causes mankind continually to suffer so many troublesome problems and afflictions.

At present, most persons decide to act on whatever happens with their thoughts. But doing so puts them in competition with one of the creator's natural laws first identified by Richard Wetherill.


The answer is not complicated. People must stop basing their behavior on their personal thinking. Instead they have to act on the creator's thoughts, here being described in the English language as rational, honest, and morally right.

No longer should people reason from their concepts of good and evil, right and wrong, likes and dislikes, or whatever else comes to mind. Instead, mankind must think the creator's thoughts. That enables them successfully to do what is rational, honest, and morally right.

That may seem incredible until understood. But, consider that it is the way that mankind can escape the death penalty everybody has been paying since the days that people were created.

Join the survivors who have stopped their personal thinking. They now base their behavior on the creator's guiding thoughts to act in a way that is rational, honest, and morally right.

The Alpha Publishing Co.








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