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Tithes lies and the wrecking of scripture

Tithing was under and is under the law with a curse for Christians seeking salvation under the law, Galatians 3:3-13, Malachi 3:1-18. When pastors and priest lie by quoting Malachi 3:1-18, under the law IN OLD COVENANT , how many Christians line up to be served with food when tithes and offering under the law are given? Is the storehouse pastors' and priests' house or the Church being the body of Christ? Saved Christians by grace IN NEW COVENANT , who are lead by the Holy Spirit are not under law.

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The Mt. Coffee project after “Ebola free”- certification

Reports from international media suggest that the Liberian government indeed are looking after their interests related to their major development goals, making sure that their priority investments are properly managed and moved forward, with the following “Press Release” being publicised in international media on 14th May, 2015:

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Internal Brain Drain: Potential Consequences on the Liberia National Police

Premised on the argument that Police part of the global community are not highly paid organizations, no reasonable person will want to negate the fact that the Police being considered as one of the professional organizations by virtue of the services rendered that required special education, training or skills deserve the attention of national government so as to retain officers that attained some level of professional credentials beside the Basic Police Science Education or Recruit Training similar to other professionals in the Civil Service sector or other areas.

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Legitimatizing the illegitimate: Another Game in Politics

Premised on the interplay among actors in the theatre of both domestics and international politics involving decision, humanitarian assistance, diplomacy, foreign policy and interest, many people interprets their actions or behaviours as a games. 

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The Focus on Liberia’s Health Systems and Roads to Health Plan are not enough for Building a Culture of Disaster Resilience

As part of the lessons learned from the deadly Ebola outbreak that exposed the weaknesses of our health care delivery system also due to bad roads condition, the attentions of the government and International community or partners in development now focus on two major recovery plans.

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