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Steve Oglesby

I want to foster a sense of community across the Four States Region, where we can get to know each other even though we might live 50 miles apart. I want to make sure the stories in each town are told, by the people that live there. That's Community Journalism, and you can be part of it.

My personal blog is at SteveOglesby.com - come visit!

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    About Steve Oglesby
    Steve Oglesby

    I want to foster a sense of community across the Four States Region, where we can get to know each other even though we might live 50 miles apart. I want to make sure the stories in each town are told, by the people that live there. That's Community Journalism, and <a title="Community Journalism – It’s All About You" href="https://fourstatesnews.us/community-journalism/">you can be part of it</a>. My personal blog is at <a href="http://SteveOglesby.com">SteveOglesby.com</a> - come visit!

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    1. Truth moment:

      What causes the downfall of a nation?

      In the Book of Judges a great principle of government is presented, a principle which is also stated very clearly in the prophecy of Isaiah. All of the subsequent prophets simply bear out and apply this principle which has already been stated. The principle is this: There are three steps in the downfall of a nation. First of all, there is religious apostasy. The second step is moral awfulness. And the third step is political anarchy. These are the three steps by which nations pass off the stage of human history. That has always been the way it has moved. You see, the primary problem never was political anarchy. The primary problem never was moral awfulness. As bad as these are, the root problem goes back to religious or spiritual apostasy, a turning away from the living and true God.

      J. Vernon McGee

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