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Have faith and trust in the Lord's love
We have likely heard children protest saying, “That’s not fair!” Within each of us there is an innate sense of justice and fairness. Unfortunately, due to our own lack of objectivity, our judgements are often skewed. Each of us view the world through our own set of rose-colored glasses.

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Xenophobia: Nigerian victims in South Africa cry for help - Some Nigerians affected in the February xenophobic attacks in Limpopo Province of South Africa...
Some Nigerians affected in the February xenophobic attacks in Limpopo Province of South Africa have called on the Federal Government to assist them. Mr Oluwasegun Oyebanji, the Vice Chairman of Nigeria Union in the province, told the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) on telephone that more than 20....

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Diggles family issues statement following guilty verdict
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - The Diggles family has issued a statement following a guilty verdict handed down by a federal jury last week. Walter Diggles was found guilty of eleven counts of wire fraud, two counts of stealing federal funds, and three counts of money laundering.

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Diggles family issues statement following guilty verdict
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - The Diggles family has issued a statement following a guilty verdict handed down by a federal jury last week. Walter Diggles was found guilty of eleven counts of wire fraud, two counts of stealing federal funds, and three counts of money laundering.

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Diggles family issues statement following guilty verdict
LUFKIN, TX (KTRE) - The Diggles family has issued a statement following a guilty verdict handed down by a federal jury last week. Walter Diggles was found guilty of eleven counts of wire fraud, two counts of stealing federal funds, and three counts of money laundering.

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Award Winning Producer Trent Phillips To Present The 2nd Annual Collective Music Conference
The Collective/Trent PhillipsPoster for The 2nd Annual Collective Music Conference. Award winning producer Trent Phillips is presenting The 2nd Annual Collective Music Conference. The Collective is a creative space where musicians will connect, be informed and be inspired by some of the most well-respected leaders in the music industry.

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Baggage Handler Sues After Being Fired For Preaching Conversion Therapy
An Irish airport baggage handler and pastor who lost his job after offering to “cure” a gay colleague has now lost a claim for unfair dismissal and religious discrimination as well. Colin Robert Houston declared he was discriminated against several times while working at Belfast International....

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Xenophobia: Nigerian victims in South Africa cry for help
Some Nigerians affected in the February xenophobic attacks in Limpopo Province of South Africa have called on the Federal Government to assist them. Mr Oluwasegun Oyebanji, the Vice Chairman of Nigeria Union in the province, told Newsmen on telephone that more than 20 Nigerians affected in the incident in the area were facing hard times.

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Gulf travelblog: Angry seas & Ferris Wheels
Tinley, Sadie and Riley Argyle say good-bye to Orange Beach. (Photo by Haley Argyle) I stood in water just below my knee, no more than 15 feet from the shore, and waves would knock me down. I sat on the edge of the water, and the waves would topple me. Our last day at the beach on Monday was not a day to relax.

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Spain Helps Turkish Government With Its Crack-Down On Reporters
Police in Barcelona have arrested a journalist upon request of the Turkish government, the latest move in a crackdown on reporters led by Turkish President Recep Tayip Erdogan. The arrest of Hamza Yalcin, a 59-year-old editor of the Swedish magazine Odak Dergisi, is stoking fears within the growing....

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De-escalation: Canadian Envoy Arrives In North Korea
In the latest, and most tangible sign yet of ongoing attempts to de-escalate the conflict with North Korea, the state-run news agency KCNA reports that a special envoy of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in North Korea on Tuesday, according to Daniel Jean, national security advisor to....

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Second Chance: Is Perry Noble is launching a new church venture?
Former NewSpring pastor Perry Noble seems to be launching a new church after being fired for alcohol abuse from his previous post. A last month, first reported on Warren Throckmorton's blog , indicates Noble is setting up Second Chance Church as a religious organisation in South Carolina – the same....

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Read LaDainian Tomlinson’s Stirring Hall of Fame Speech: ‘My Story Is America’s Story’
LaDainian Tomlinson, former NFL running back for the San Diego Chargers and New York Jets, was inducted into the Pro Football Hall of Fame on August 5, 2017. During his acceptance speech, he detailed his career — from a weight set his mother bought him, to attending Emmitt Smith's football camp....

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8th August 2017 - Anambra guber: MASSOB warns against boycott
From: Paul Osuyi, Asaba. Leaders of the pro-Biafra group, the Movement for Actualisation of Sovereign State of Biafra (MASSOB) in Delta south and central senatorial district have urged eligible voters in Anambra State not to boycott the forthcoming governorship election.

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Descalation: Canadian Envoy Arrives In North Korea
In the latest, and most tangible sign yet of ongoing attempts to de-escalate the conflict with North Korea, the state-run news agency KCNA reports that a special envoy of Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau arrived in North Korea on Tuesday, according to Daniel Jean, national security advisor to....

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Newsday letters to the editor for Tuesday, Aug, 8, 2017
The writer, Chris Giovinco, was critical of parents who coach the players from the sidelines. My expectation is that my 11-year-old son have fun, play with his heart and give 100 percent. He’s part of a team, so, yes, he must pay attention. I often redirect my son to get his head into the game when he daydreams in the field.

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Politician turned preacher? Hillary Clinton prepares finally to 'come out' as a Christian leader
'Given her depth of knowledge of the Bible and her experience of caring for people and loving people, she'd make a great pastor,' Shillady told The Atlantic. No, she probably won't go to seminary; she probably won't pursue an official lay position in the Methodist church, like deaconess. 'I think it would be more of .

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3,000 travellers take over field for a Christian festival
'Well done to whoever was involved from Thame in allowing this to happen, you must be very proud of yourselves.' But the church has also been defended by some residents online, who say the travellers should be allowed to hold their convention in peace and be welcomed.

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Neil Ellis objects to Gibson’s treatment
Senior Pastor of Mount Tabor Full Gospel Baptist Church Bishop Neil Ellis has asserted that former Labour Minister Shane Gibson was “treated inhumanely” when he was escorted to court on Thursday to be arraigned on bribery and extortion charges. Videos of Gibson hopping up the steps of the magistrates’ court complex were widely circulated.

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3,000 travellers take over field for a Christian festival
'Well done to whoever was involved from Thame in allowing this to happen, you must be very proud of yourselves.' But the church has also been defended by some residents online, who say the travellers should be allowed to hold their convention in peace and be welcomed.

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SEND ME BACK TO AFRICA Aug. 7, 2017, 9:29 PM AST
Send me back to Africa. A man from Senegal, west Africa, is begging to be released from the Aripo Immigration Detention Centre (IDC), where he has been detained for the past four years. Elhadj Abass Gassama, 38, told the Express yesterday that it costing the Government more money to keep him as a....

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Wilmington's Freedom School focuses on transforming communities
In Wilmington's Hilltop neighborhood, the chants can be heard from blocks away. "G-O-O-D, M-O-R-N-I-N-G, good morning," they shout, clapping along. "Good morning." That's the greeting that 111 Delaware children and their families receive as they walk up the steps to Mother African Union Church for six weeks over the summer.

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Lady Runs Mad After Pastor Delivers Her Younger Sister From Her Evil Manipulation
Oh dear!...may the good Lord deliver him from destiny wasters. A Nigerian man who was sentenced to life imprisonment over a crime he did n... I have mentioned before that just as a woman desires to feel loved, men equally desire to feel respected. Respect, in all forms, speaks vo...

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Ohemaa Mercy, Ceccy Twum Thrill Fans @ ‘Tehil...
Some selected Ghanaian gospel music icons last Sunday turned the ICGC Calvary Temple located on the Spintex Road in Accra upside down when they thrilled thousands of gospel music fans at this year's edition of a gospel musical concert dubbed 'Tehilla Experience'.

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12:45 PM
Greed is about grasping, craving, acquiring and hoarding, while generosity is about giving, charity, blessing and handing. Greed is Not Godly Christians ignore and mock God’s Word when they do not honor God with giving at least the first tenth of their entire income to their local church.

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Osinbajo’s Vision and the Climate of Fear
“Which security agencies? Are you talking about the same intelligence agencies that have not been able to stop kidnapping, Boko Haram and other crimes in the country? I beg, if you don’t have anything serious to discuss, let’s discuss pepper-soup and jollof rice.

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