People in America want to get back to work. Protesters in Michigan and Kentucky are saying that government lockdowns are unconstitutional. Meanwhile, the Washington, DC government has extended the lockdown for yet another month. There is a debate taking place about how to monitor people exposed to or who have had COVID-19 and how to…

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I almost fell out of my chair when I read what Senator Charles Schumer (D-NY) said on Tuesday’s broadcast of the Rachel Maddow Show on MSNBC. Schumer stated that President Trump won’t make the situation in the United States better by criticizing the World Health Organization and all the president’s energy seems to be focused…

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We are definitely living in prophetic times, but perhaps not the “times” some are thinking. There are a lot of headlines that appear much the same each day during this pandemic. We see the Democrats and the media blaming President Trump, conservatives, Republicans, and Christians for the spread of COVID-19 and its subsequent deaths. Conspiracy…

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Against the backdrop of the New York Times and CNN doing more hit pieces on President Donald Trump using COVID-19 Task Force’s Dr. Fauci as the hitman, Americans should all be wondering when we are going to work together to solve this virus problem. Fauci answered a direct question about whether lives could have been…

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My mother’s last words when Dad and I were getting in the truck were, “Carl, don’t you and Bill run that ribbon race.” We were going to an all-contest horse show in Orville around July 1969. All-contest means all the events are timed, fastest horse and rider wins. “That ribbon race” referred to by my…

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Against the backdrop of Democrats, the news media, and Hollywood entertainers adding nothing to improve the COVID-19 situation in America or abroad, The Daily Jot and our ministry partners led by Pastor William Agbeti are hard at work buying and distributing foodstuffs to underserved and impoverished families in Ghana, West Africa. The country has done…

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Passover, the feast of salvation, begins tonight at sundown. As many around the world and those of us in America are locked down in our homes, we can’t help but notice the similarities to the time when the Israelites were told to stay in their homes; sacrifice a lamb without blemish; take of its blood…

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In watching and reading about the daily Presidential Coronavirus Task Force briefings from the White House, there is often two differing viewpoints—what I actually saw during the press conference and what was reported. The two are not the same. The view of the reporters is so jaundiced against the President and his team, that they…

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Gaps are important. Ancient military strategy had people who would stand in the gaps to defend a position. In football, the gaps between the center, guard, tackle and end are lettered A, B, C, and D respectively. From a defensive position, plays are called to penetrate or control certain gaps, and the offense is required…

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It was a cold Ohio winter late afternoon with the wind whistling through the woods bringing with it below zero gusts that would take your breath away. We would joke that it was so cold that the words coming out of our mouths would freeze, fall to the ground and break into pieces. Dad decided…

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