He will teach us, of His ways, and we will walk in His paths


That which I see not teach Thou me: if I have done iniquity, I will do it no more.—Job 34:32.
He will teach us, of His ways, and we will walk in His paths.— Isaiah 2:3.

YES, take my heart, and in it rule,
Direct it as it pleaseth Thee,
I will be silent in Thy school,
And learn whate’er Thou teachest me.

PEOPLE cannot become perfect by dint of hearing or reading about perfection. The chief thing is not to listen to yourself, but silently to listen to God. Talk little and do much, without caring to be seen. God will teach you more than all the most experienced persons or the most spiritual books can do. You already know a great deal more than you practice. You do not need the acquirement of fresh knowledge half so much as to put in practice that which…

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What Trey Gowdy Just Did Could Be A Defining Moment For America, I Was Stunned At 2:24

Socialism is not the Answer

 The Conservative Post

Trey Gowdy had a defining moment when he had to explain to Congress and Barack Obama exactly what their job titles are supposed to be.

Trey Gowdy lead the charge in passing a bill that directs Obama to follow the laws – clearing the House by a 233 to 181 vote.


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Shocker: Seized Benghazi suspect worked for U.S.

What Did You Say?


Aligned with American interests against Gadhafi regime

Published: 23 hours ago

Aaron Klein is WND’s senior staff reporter and Jerusalem bureau chief. He also hosts “Aaron Klein Investigative Radio” on Salem Talk Radio.


TEL AVIV – Benghazi suspect Ahmed Abu Khattallah, seized by the U.S. on Sunday, once served as a key conduit in an effort staged by the U.S. Trigger the Voteand Arab interests to aid insurgents fighting in Libya and later in Syria, according to informed Middle Eastern security officials.

It was not immediately clear whether Khattallah himself worked directly with the Americans or if he knew he was part of an effort that involved the U.S..

He did, however, receive funds for his participation in a nexus coordinated by the U.S., Saudis, Turkey and other Arab countries to recruit the fighters that ultimately toppled Muammar Gadhafi’s regime, the security officials said.

Khattallah, the senior leader of the Benghazi…

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Harley-Davidson’s first electric motorcycle is Project LiveWire and you can ride it

Deepak verma

Legendary motorcycle builder Harley-Davidson teased an electric motorcycle with a video yesterday and now here it is. Project LiveWire is a part of Harley’s attempt to expand its relevance beyond current riders and show off its new tech, with a…
June 20, 2014 at 02:20AM
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Lawlessness in Sports: U.S. Patent Office cancels Redskins trademark registration

The U.S. Patent and Trademark Office has canceled the Washington Redskins trademark registration because it considers the team’s name “disparaging to Native Americans,” reports the Washington Post.

The case, which was on behalf of five Native Americans, appeared before the Trademark Trial and Appeal Board.

“This victory was a long time coming and reflects the hard work of many attorneys at our firm,” lead attorney Jesse Witten, of Drinker Biddle & Reath, told the Post.

Added Alfred Putnam Jr., the chairman of Drinker Biddle & Reath: “We are extraordinarily gratified to have prevailed in this case. The dedication and professionalism of our attorneys and the determination of our clients have resulted in a milestone victory that will serve as an historic precedent.”

The victory won’t have any immediate impacts on the Redskins organization, or owner Daniel Snyder’s decision to keep the team’s name. The Redskins will appeal the ruling, but should the ruling be upheld, it would mean that the Redskins would lose its federally trademarked protections.

As explained by USAToday.com last month, “The effect would be large because federally registered trademarks keep others from selling items with the team’s logos, although even then the team could try to keep unauthorized merchandisers from using the marks through common law and state statues.”

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