Author: Brooks Alden

Right vs. Left

Charles Spurgeon was known as the Prince of Preachers in the mid to late 1800’s. Wikipedia reveals that he was a prolific author of many types of works including sermons, an autobiography, commentaries, books on prayer, devotionals, magazines, poetry, hymns, and more. His oratory skills were said to hold his listeners spellbound. He often claimed that God opened his heart to the salvation message and the text that moved him was Isaiah 45:22 – “Look unto me, and be ye saved, all the ends of the earth, for I am God, and there is none else.” Well, Spurgeon left...

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A 2017 Message of Hope

2017! It seems only yesterday when we welcomed a fresh new year with hopes for peace, prosperity and understanding. Readers, do you remember as you stood on the threshold of 2017, how hopeful were our people that men and nations would climb down from a world of insanity and embrace bold new initiatives to set us on a steadier and safer path. Sadly, the winds of change blew even more fiercely and instead of peace, the world is driving relentlessly to nowhere. Not only are people frightened of our enemies but are becoming more worried about the actions of...

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Wisdom of Yesteryear

EMBRACING THE ISRAEL TRUTH Charles Adelle Lewis Totten (February 3, 1851 – April 12, 1908) was an American military officer, a professor of military tactics, a prolific writer, and an influential early advocate of The Israel Truth. The following is an excerpt from his “The Romance of History” which he wrote in 1888. Readers are encouraged to learn more of the history of this remarkable man; the internet provides a wealth of information. Here’s what he wrote: “It is a startling statement, and yet one founded upon ample evidence, that the Anglo-Saxon Race is the literal, lineal and blood...

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The Observation Post September 2017

In 2008, an American reader, Harold Johnson, submitted an article he headed “America in Crisis”, which we published and of which we received many favourable comments. But, if it was true then, and it was, it is so much truer today. American debt alone has more than doubled and the other ills to which Mr. Johnson referred are like a cancerous growth. Here is what he wrote, “Regardless of how you look at it, America (Manasseh) is in crises today. No, it’s not America the Socialistic Country but America the Great Free Enterprise Country! She has trampled on her...

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A Renewed Time For Thinking

Back in the early years of the twentieth century Henri Poincare wrote, “Doubting everything or believing everything are two equally convenient solutions, both of which save us from thinking.” It’s sad, but I believe most today fashion their opinions on what is conveyed to them via television, books, lectures, etc. and never really think deeply about subjects. And so, they find themselves doubting anything outside of their conditioning, which is to believe most anything they hear from what they consider unimpeachable sources, like journalists, government leaders and members of the cloth. Sadly too, the trend today on television is...

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