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Dismantling ungodly stronghold

LAST week in our conversation, I dealt with overcoming bad habits and how these habits can destroy your life if left unidentified and unresolved. Today, I would like to further explain what keeps these bad habits in place and how you can dismantle them.

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Spiritual warfare – Pulling down strongholds

My theme today is extremely important because it is relevant to all of us, and indicates how we can rely upon our relationship with God to overcome the evil intentions of Satan.

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Extra seat in PLP stronghold ‘shows desperation of govt’

DEMOCRATIC National Alliance Leader Branville McCartney said yesterday that Prime Minister Christie’s addition of an extra seat in a perceived “PLP stronghold” shows how desperate the government has become.

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Gibson’s unintended damage to the FNM

Water and Sewerage Corporation (WSC) executive chairman Adrian Gibson is running in the very safe Free National Movement (FNM) stronghold of Long Island. The only time that the Progressive Liberal Party (PLP) was ever successful in winning a seat on Long Island was in 1977 with P P Smith in the northern district of that Family Island, I think. Back then, the White establishment had split Long Island, with its small Out Island population, into two constituencies. This was gerrymandering.

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PLP leader: We are ready for the task

PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party leader Philip “Brave” Davis said his party is up to the task of leading the country out of the “dark age” it is now in.

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PLPs heckle Prime Minister

SHOUTING "Papa go home!" "They red and they scared!" and "Pindling is my Papa", scores of PLP supporters lined the streets of Nassau Village yesterday taunting Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham as he toured their constituency.

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Hotel industry wants Cuba ‘National plan’

The Bahamas Hotel and Tourism Association (BHTA) yesterday called for a National Plan to counter Cuba’s eventual opening to US tourists, warning that this nation’s “stronghold markets” will be endangered by its western neighbour.

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George Smith claims PLP will not nominate Anthony Moss for Euxma at next election

FORMER Cabinet minister George Smith insisted that the Progressive Liberal Party would not nominate Exuma MP Anthony Moss in that constituency for the next general election, saying the parliamentarian is not viewed as being good enough for the job.

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Shortened grouper season rejected

THE Bahamas National Trust and the Bahamas Reef Environment Educational Foundation have rejected calls to shorten the grouper closed season.

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EDITORIAL: Alabama race shows identity struggle

In two weeks, Americans will focus on a curious bye-election to be held in perhaps the most conservative Republican stronghold in the country. Alabama will select its next US Senator.

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Confrontation on the election trail

POLITICAL candidates engaged in a war of words yesterday as Prime Minister Hubert Ingraham conducted a walkabout of an opposition stronghold yesterday.

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Leonard Sands to run for FNM in Bain and Grants Town

THE Free National Movement yesterday announced construction engineer Leonard Sands as its candidate for the Bain and Grants Town constituency.

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Thanks over grouper decision

ENVIRONMENTAL activists yesterday thanked the government for upholding the three-?month protection of the Nassau grouper.

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How yellow changed to red in Centreville

AFTER a second tour of Bay and Grants Town Saturday, Prime Minister Ingraham said yesterday he is confident that the FNM will win the once PLP stronghold – turning it from a stream of yellow to an ocean of red.

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Wells should not get comfortable

I THINK it was Jones Communications CEO Wendell Jones who recently told a guest on his Love 97.5 FM radio talk show Issues of the Day that the House of Assembly is a slippery place to be.

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Wells says boundary changes favour FNM

FORMER Cabinet minister Tennyson Wells yesterday challenged all Free National Movement (FNM) members “actually vying for a seat” to be wise and take advantage of the recently announced boundary changes, which he said “favours” the FNM.

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Christie: PLP will be next govt

Christie: PLP will be next govt By AVA TURNQUEST Tribune Staff Reporter aturnquest@tribunemedia.net THE PROGRESSIVE Liberal Party is poised to become the next government of The Bahamas, according to leader Perry Christie as his entire slate of candidat

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A message to the PM

God has elevated you to leadership of this great nation and has also given you an anointing to carry out the mandate of the people, it is incumbent upon you as leader to take the proverbial bull by the horn and lead us with trepidation as this is the requirement of this nation.

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FNM candidate stands down

THE Free National Movement has replaced its general election candidate for Mangrove Cay, Central and South Andros, Kenneth Smith, with 31-year-old D’Angelo Ferguson.

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A word to the wise

EDITOR, The Tribune.

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