The Bible calls God ‘the Father of lights.’ He has given human beings a potential more dazzling than the stars.

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Did Canada just sell out a huge chunk of its sovereignty?
Iran is enjoying its current role in the Middle East—and doesn’t want to let it go.
Bereft of vision, Britain is perishing.
Even Germany is beginning to succumb to the upstarts.
Scottish independence could very well mean the end of the Union Jack—a symbol that tells an amazing story. What is that story, and is it important?
Russia snatches victory from the jaws of defeat.

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The Key of David
The Bible calls God ‘the Father of lights.’ He has given human beings a potential more dazzling than the stars.
There is a purpose behind all this suffering. 
Here are seven points, straight out of the Bible, to help you understand this vital truth. 
September 18, 2014  •  26 minutes
How one date and one city symbolize American power, from 2001 to 2012 to 2014

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