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Are the Red Heifers a Sign of the End Times?

What do the red heifers mean for our current day and age?

Most people might wonder what a cow, a red heifer in specific, has to do with the end times. Yet, there is something profound to be understood about the red heifers when we dive into biblical prophecy.

In his exclusive Beyond The Article video, Charisma Media staff writer James Lasher discussed the importance of what the red heifers mean for us as we look at the coming end of the age.

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7 Reasons Not to Drink on St. Patrick’s Day

St. Patrick’s Day is associated with revelry, parades and an abundance of alcohol consumption. However, for Christians, this holiday presents an opportunity to reflect on our faith and how we interact with society based on the principles outlined in the Bible.

While the festivities may seem enticing, there are compelling reasons rooted in Scripture to abstain from drinking on St. Patrick’s Day. Here are seven reasons to consider:

  1. Maintaining Self-Control: In the book of Proverbs, we are reminded of the importance of self-control. Proverbs 20:1 cautions, “Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging, and whoever is deceived by it is not wise.” As Christians, we are called to exercise discipline over our actions and choices, living by a higher standard that what is found in the world. Consuming alcohol can impair judgment and lead to behavior contrary to the virtues and commands we strive to uphold.

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Will the Real St. Patrick Please Stand Up?

The river that flows through Chicago, Illinois, is about to become green once again. The annual celebration of St. Patrick’s Day brings flowing toasts of green beer throughout America and strange rituals like this one. The Irish descendants of Chicago might go a little too far in their celebration of Irish heritage, but it still begs the question: Who was the real St. Patrick, and what are we really celebrating?

I first arrived on Irish shores at the age of 22 as a young, idealistic missionary and evangelist. I soon realized I had a lot to learn—from the Irish.

One of my invitations was to join a leader named Raymond who had purchased a large bus called the “Tea Trawler” and turned its back into a portable stage. We would drive into poor areas or small towns and begin to worship God in praise from the platform to attract a crowd. Then I would bring an evangelistic message to those who had gathered, closing with an invitation to come into the bus, enjoy a cup of tea, discuss spiritual matters and receive prayer.

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