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In the pages of TheBlaze, often we report on the nature of that rear-guard action, whereby evil, marked for annihilation since the crucifixion, does significant damage in the here and now. But upon prayerful reflection every morning, I am refilled with hope and gratitude, recognizing that no matter how seemingly insurmountable our daily battles, the war has ultimately been won on our behalf.

What's more, it wasn’t won by remote decree. It was won in person in the ultimate form of revolution, when the Creator washed the feet of and suffered at the hands of his creations, dying so that we might live.

G.K. Chesterton noted in “Orthodoxy” that "Christianity alone has felt that God, to be wholly God, must have been a rebel as well as a king.”

Like our rebel God before his ultimate act of rebellion, we can break bread with our friends and families on Thursday knowing that we have the love of the Father and the support of the Holy Spirit — and that we share in the Son’s eternal victory.

I am doubly grateful to God this Thanksgiving, not only that I should have had this time on Earth with my lovely wife, unborn daughter, and wonderful family, but that after our age has passed, we will meet again, having been freed from sin and death.

I pray that you and your families, both created and saved by the perfect source of all love, truth, hope, and wisdom, have a wonderful Thanksgiving in the knowledge that while we continue to fight the good fight together, victory is forever ours.

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Police Offering Cash Reward For Suspect In Fatal Shooting Of 29-Year-Old In New Rochelle

Police are offering members of the public a cash reward for anyone with information regarding the suspect in the fatal shooting of a 29-year-old man in Westchester County. 

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A reward of up to $2,500 is being offered by New York State Crime Stoppers for anyone with information on the whereabouts of 29-year-old Stamford resident Mtayari Dixon, according to New Rochelle Police. 

Dixon is suspected of killing 29-year-old New Rochelle resident James Caldwell Jr. on Wednesday, Oct. 26, police said. 

On that day, Dixon is charged with shooting Caldwell multiple times in New Rochelle at the intersection of Horton Ave. and Colonel Lee Archer Blvd. Caldwell was then taken to a hospital and died of his injuries, according to authorities. 

Dixon was last seen on video surveillance entering a northbound Metro-North train in New Rochelle and then entering his home in Stamford on Tresser Boulevard, according to New York State Crime Stoppers. 

Police have recovered several 9mm casings from Dixon's residence, but have not found the gun used for the murder, New York State Crime Stoppers said. 

Dixon, who is not known to drive but uses public transportation, has ties to New Rochelle, Stamford, Georgia, and South Carolina, and is also known to use an alias of "MT" or "MT Beats," authorities said. 

"Please use extreme caution if encountering this individual, and immediately notify your local police department," New York State Crime Stoppers said.

Anyone with information is asked to leave an anonymous tip at 1-866-313-TIPS. 

This is a developing story. Check back to Daily Voice for updates. 

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