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The secret behind Nancy Pelosi's $4,167/month "Unclaimed" dividend stream

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Power Point with Jack Graham

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The exclusivity of Christ as the way to the Father

April 7, 2011

“And there is salvation in no one else, for there is no other name under heaven given among men by which we must be saved.”

Acts 4:12

One thing I’ve noticed in talking to people who aren’t saved is that many see Christians as part of an exclusive club that only a few people can enter. And in general, people don’t like things that are exclusive because there is a feeling of being ostracized when something is exclusive and you are left out.

But whether we like it or not, exclusivity is a way of life. As a Caucasian male, I’ll never be a Hispanic woman! That’s an exclusive group that I can never join. In the same way, I’ll probably never be in the book of Guinness World Records. That’s an exclusive group that only a select few with extraordinary abilities can join.

So while we like to have a dream that we’re all the same and we can just hold hands and sing Kumbaya, the reality is that we’re not all the same. So when Jesus said in John 14:6, “I am the way, and the truth, and the life. No one comes to the Father except through me,” he was making a very exclusive statement.

Whether we like it or not, Jesus is the only person who can restore our fellowship with God and bring us into his Kingdom. And while that’s an exclusive statement, he invites everyone to receive him and receive his gift of salvation.


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TH Daily - April 07 - Ann Coulter, Jeff Jacoby, Victor Davis Hanson, Larry Elder, Michael Barone and More

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Thanks for Raising My Taxes - What Else Can I Do For You?
Ann Coulter:

When Wisconsin Democrats fled the state in order to avoid voting on splendiferous public sector union contracts, did they happen to notice that the rest of the country is in the midst of a massive recession? ... more

Judge Goldstone Takes It Back
Jeff Jacoby:

The Goldstone report did incalculable damage to Israel's good name. Breathlessly hyped in the media, it accelerated the already frenzied international campaign to demonize and delegitimize the Jewish state. ... more

Did We Give Up on Libya?
Victor Davis Hanson:

President Obama has announced that America would stop attacking Col. Muammar Gadhafi's forces in Libya. He instead hopes that others can force out Gadhafi -- or that the dictator will leave through economic and diplomatic pressure. ... more

Only Idiots Think Hillary Will Run -- Let's Hope They're Right
Larry Elder:

A Clinton challenge to Obama would inflict so much damage and intra-party angst that the Republicans could run Snooky in 2012 -- and win. ... more

Ryan Steals March on Obama as Fiscal Crisis Looms
Michael Barone:

"My worst experience was the financial crisis of September 2008," responded House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan to a reporter's question about Democrats' attacks on the budget he unveiled earlier in the day. ... more

Feminists Are No Better Than Frat Boys
Mike Adams:

Feminists on campuses across the nation are NOW rallying in protest over a recent email written by a member of the Kappa Sigma fraternity at USC. In the email, the young man urges his fraternity to "take notes" about how to have sex with girls. ... more

Winning the FY 2012 In The Fall Budget Means Winning the FY 2011 Showdown Now
Hugh Hewitt:

House Budget Committee Chairman Paul Ryan's fiscal blueprint for 2012 and beyond has rightly been hailed as an enormously important development in the budget wars. ... more

A Winning Choice
Cal Thomas:

On the day of the NCAA men's basketball final, the Supreme Court handed down a decision that is likely to produce champions for generations to come. ... more

The Mother of All Bankruptcies
John Ransom:

The budget problem that the country faces isn't merely big. It isn't even really, really big. Think of the biggest number you can. Yeah. It's bigger than that. ... more

Reforming Medicare for the Real World
Steve Chapman:

After Paul Ryan unveiled a plan to overhaul Medicare, Democrats announced that despite some imperfections, it was a brave and thoughtful attempt to grapple with a problem that has been ignored for too long. Just kidding. ... more

Expand Voters' Rights to Recall Politicians
Howard Rich:

With American politicians still refusing to substantively address the looming consequences of their fiscal irresponsibility, it only makes sense that voters are feeling frustrated and powerless. ... more

The Race Is On
Emmett Tyrrell:

I previously suggested that Obama get to work early on his presidential library and forgo the 2012 race, but he is insistent. ... more

Building a Future
Rich Tucker:

When we hear the cliché "You get what you pay for," we generally assume it means that the more you pay for something, the better quality product you'll get. ... more

A Better Way to Reform Welfare
Ed Feulner:

When President Clinton signed landmark welfare-reform legislation in 1996, he said it would "end welfare as we know it." Wrong verb. More accurately, it changed welfare as we know it. ... more

Marching in Lockstep to a Radical Agenda
Robert Knight:

"We used to conform behavior to the military. Now we're conforming the military to behavior." ... more

Lax Parenting Is Something to Regret
Marybeth Hicks:

First, Amy "Tiger Mom" Chua caused a national stir by accusing Western parents of being too lax in their approach to child-rearing, resulting in self-indulgent, spoiled kids who aren't as successful as those with a traditional "Chinese" (read: maniacally hypercompetitive) upbringing. ... more

Stronger Regulatory Enforcement Will Spur Small Business Job Creation
Sam Graves:

Small businesses are the cornerstone of the American economy. They employ over half of the country's private sector workforce and create seven out of every ten new jobs. ... more

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