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Just whose fault is it anyway?

by Angela Wittman

...Nehemiah cared nothing for the applause of men and was totally unwilling to compromise the mission he had undertaken for God.

The paganism Nehemiah feared was not the paganism of the pagans; it was the paganism of his own people.

(Confronting Paganism, In The Presence of God by R.C. Sproul)


Let the words of my mouth and the meditation of my heart
Be acceptable in Your sight,
O LORD, my strength and my Redeemer.

Psalm 19:14

Dear Friends,

Since becoming a Christian twelve years ago, I have been aware of a serious illness plaguing the Church. At first I did not know what to do about it or if I should even say anything, as I was such an ignorant new convert. Who was I to question the church leaders and/or their wives? You can imagine my feelings of intimidation, as they would recite Scripture from memory and sing hymns without even looking at their hymnals.

On the other hand, I could not recite the books of the Old or New Testament, much less entire passages of…