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The Hamilton Corner

The Hamilton Corner provides pertinent insight into the legal, political, and spiritual issues of the day. Tune in for up to date Biblical Worldview commentary that plants a flag for Christ in today’s culture.

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To conflate issues concerning marital/sexual preferences as something as readily identifiable as skin color is offensive.

0:00 - 0:20: Mark 12:31-34 Do not allow Christ to become a footnote to this Christmas season. Because Christ lived, because He died and because He was resurrected we have eternal hope and joy
0:23 - 0:40: Jack Phillips’ case is heard before the Supreme Court. To conflate issues concerning marital/sexual preferences as something as readily identifiable as skin color is offensive.
0:43 - 0:60: Donald J. Trump officially recognizes Jerusalem as the capital of Israel. Did he just take out a Genesis 12:3 insurance policy for our nation?

December 06, 201700:54:14
Values Hypocrisy

“Let what you say be simply 'Yes' or 'No'.”  (Excerpted from Matthew 5:37)

According to an Arizona Judge, entrepreneurs must serve people in spite of their beliefs and values as “the cost of U.S. citizenship.”

Well, several high-brow designers have come out saying they refuse to design dresses for Melania Trump. Specifically, these designers consider their fashion brands as an “expression of their artistic and philosophical ideas” because their “bottom line is not just about money.”

One designer even concludes that she dressed Michelle Obama because she shared Obama’s values.

You see, they have no problem with refusing services to people based on values as long as those values are secular, progressive, and liberal.

December 05, 201700:00:59
Meeke Addison expresses the gravity of the Supreme Court hearing today on the Jack Phillips cas

Meeke Addison expresses the gravity of the Supreme Court hearing today on the Jack Phillips case....Plus she brings clarity and conviction to the news about the Congress "Disgust" Fund.

December 05, 201700:48:18
To the LORD

“Now the boy Samuel was ministering to the LORD in the presence of Eli.” 1 Samuel 3:1

This verse depicts the boy Samuel discharging his ministerial duties in the temple.

Eli was there, standing as a tangible audience.  Nevertheless, the scripture identifies that the object and focus of Samuel’s ministry was the LORD.

As we go about our day let’s remember, though we may have tangible eyes and ears around us, though we may have bosses, employees, co-workers, or clients, the presence of company must never take our eyes off of the true object of our work. Though others may be present, we minister through our work to the LORD.

December 04, 201700:00:59
Stacy Washington talks Taxes, Media Freak-outs, and how sexual predators in Congresses get a tax-payer slush fund

Stacy Washington talks Taxes, Media Freak-outs, and how sexual predators in Congresses get a tax-payer slush fund

December 04, 201700:54:15
Presence over Promise

“If your presence will not go with me, do not bring us up from here.”  Exodus 33:15

Moses made this statement atop Mt. Sinai with the specter of the promised land before him.

After the burning bush, the Egyptian plagues, and walking through the Red Sea on dry land Moses stood as the deliverer to lead Israel into the land promised over 400 years earlier and declared, I don’t want to take another step unless you are with me.

Moses extolled God’s presence above His promise.

Its very easy to elevate destiny and promises over the giver of those things but we must never allow God’s promise to supplant God’s presence in our lives.

December 01, 201700:00:59
Sabbath focus should not obscure the miracle.

Seg 1- John 9:18-27 Sabbath focus should not obscure the miracle.
Seg 2- Alex McFarland: You cannot praise virtue or condemn vice unless there is a morality set by God
Seg 3- The Kate Steinle ruling is an example of "Regressive" ideology and justice

December 01, 201700:48:14
Pruning

“Every branch in me that does not bear fruit he takes away, and every branch that does bear fruit he prunes, that it may bear more fruit.”  John 15:2

No one likes to suffer difficult circumstances.  In this era of easy believe-ism it's often conveyed, “If life isn’t always smooth we’re doing something wrong.”

The Scripture teaches us, however, that our LORD often meets fruitful branches with additional pruning.  The pruning is not punishment.  Its actually to make us even more fruitful.

If you’re in a rough spot right now, take heart.  What may feel like the squeeze to end all squeezes could very well be the LORD’s pruning for additional fruitfulness.

When the LORD prunes us He does so for our good.

November 30, 201700:01:00
The Lord takes no pleasure in exposing hidden sins.

0:00 - 0:20: Luke 19:1-10.
The Lord takes no pleasure in exposing hidden sins. He prefers repentance but will expose hidden sins in order to save us.
0:23 - 0:40: Yuliya Shubina shares her story about receiving a Christmas shoe box and how that led to her involvement in the Greatest Journey project.
0:43 - 0:60: North Korea moves the world closer to global war with another missile launch. Goodbye Congressional Hush Fund… hopefully!

November 30, 201700:54:14
Inalienable Rights

“Forever, O LORD, your word is firmly fixed in the heavens.”  Psalm 119:89

The American Republic was founded on the principle that rights are given to us by God, not men.

As a result, men nor government can take them away.  That’s why our Declaration of Independence refers to them as “inalienable rights.”

Government’s role then is to protect the rights that God has given to us.

The first freedom listed in the Bill of Rights, which government is entrusted to protect is religious liberty.

The founders did this because they new that free exercise of religion is the fulcrum for all liberty.

Wherever the flame of religious liberty is extinguished, all liberty is imperiled.

November 29, 201700:01:00
In depth discussion on socialism and communism

In depth discussion on socialism and communism

November 29, 201700:48:13
Christ-Censored

“But we preach Christ crucified, a stumbling block to Jews and folly to Gentiles.” 1 Corinthians 1:23 (ESV)

In clear demonstration of the increased hostility to the name of Jesus during an episode of ABC’s daytime talk show “The View,” the name of Jesus was muted as if it were an expletive.

The hosts were discussing a British study that showed many of the U.K.’s church attenders wanted to ignore the 4 of the 10 commandments… I’m sure you can imagine which ones.

Spirituality is welcomed in modern times, even celebrated, but Jesus is the line of demarcation.

November 28, 201700:00:59
Buzzwords like “Inequality” and “unfair distribution” are words set to condition us into accepting socialism and communism.

0:00 - 0:20: Buzzwords like “Inequality” and “unfair distribution” are words set to condition us into accepting socialism and communism.
0:23 - 0:40: Elizabeth Warren charges Trump with using the racial slur “Pocahontas” to describe her while celebrating Native American war heroes
0:43 - 0:60: Nancy Pelosi reverses course on Representative John Conyers. Disney is an activist organization and their latest offering is their first boy “princess.” Callers weigh in.

November 28, 201700:54:15
Anti-Social Media

“Now the serpent was more crafty than any other beast of the field…” Genesis 3:1 (ESV)

Top lawyers from Facebook and Twitter were summoned to testify before the Senate Judiciary Committee to get to the bottom of Russian-linked posts and advertisements made to persuade Americans.

Facebook General Counsel Colin Stretch told the Committee the Russians generated content after the November 8th election to “foment discord about the validity of” President Trump’s election.

Instead of helping him, the Russians actually worked to sow doubt in American minds about the President’s victory.

Talking snake media and truth telling are mutually exclusive.

November 27, 201700:00:59
The God that we serve is not a God as concerned about methods as He is a God of faithful hearts.

0:00 - 0:20: Joshua 7:1-6 The God that we serve is not a God as concerned about methods as He is a God of faithful hearts.
0:23 - 0:40: Pelosi double speaks when addressing Roy Moore and John Conyers.
Democrats, financiers, and the Washington Post all have a full blown secret meeting tied to George Soros
0:43 - 0:60: Col. Bohannon suspended for not thanking serviceman’s “spouse”. Callers weigh in.

November 27, 201700:54:14
Letter to DPRK

“And we urge you, brothers, admonish the idle, encourage the fainthearted, help the weak, be patient with them all.” 1 Thessalonians 5:14 (ESV)

Much has been said about the Hermit Kingdom that is North Korea.  But a little known fact is that there are Christians inside of the communist dictatorship.

Engage Magazine, a ministry division of AFA, has found a way to encourage our brethren in North Korea.

In its 3rd Orange Letter campaign Engage invites you to send your own letter to lift the hearts of our brethren who feel isolated and alone.

Go to engagemagazine.net to write your letter today.

November 24, 201700:00:59
Thanksgiving

“Oh give thanks to the LORD, for he is good, for his steadfast love endures forever!” Psalm 107:1 (ESV)

America has a long history of giving thanks to the LORD as a nation.  In 1789 George Washington, President of the young American nation which had only a few years earlier emerged from the American Revolution, called an official celebratory “Day of thanksgiving and prayer.”

When we consider all that has transpired in our personal lives, in our families, and in our nation there is only one appropriate response.

Let praise to our God flow from our lips as we gather with our families and give thanks.

November 23, 201700:00:59
Wicked Co-sign

“… they not only do them but give approval to those who practice them." Genesis, Romans 1:32b (ESV)

In 2013 Texas State Senator Wendy Davis gained national attention for a filibuster she began to thwart a bill that would increase abortion restrictions in Texas.

She was celebrated ad nauseam by the Regressives and baby murder proponents.

Davis used her newfound fame to run for governor against Republican Greg Abbott in 2014, but lost by a wide margin.

Now, Sandra Bullock has agreed to portray Wendy Davis in a film that dramatizes her filibuster and hails her as a modern feminist hero and icon.

November 22, 201700:00:59
Proxy Relocation

“And he will be a wild man; his hand [will be] against every man…” Genesis 16:12a (KJV)

Good news: the U.S. backed coalition is beating the stuffing out of ISIS.  They’ve retaken Mosul and nearly all of Raaqa in Syria.

Bad news: the ISIS defeat has created yet another power vacuum where Sunni and Shiite Muslim are once again openly vying for Middle East dominance.

Saudi Arabia, Iran and Turkey all want to run the Muslim world.

The theater has moved to Lebanon and it possibly implicates the U.S. and Russia should war break out.  Keep your eyes on the Middle East.

November 21, 201700:00:59
If we so to the flesh we will reap corruption from the flesh.

0:00 - 0:20: Galatians 6:1-10, If we so to the flesh we will reap corruption from the flesh.
0:23 - 0:40: Charlie Rose, then he fell. Charlie Rose fired from CBS.
0:43 - 0:60: How can we as Christians be entertained by the Hollywood smut. Callers weigh in.

November 21, 201700:54:14
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