If supreme leader gives order, Revolutionary Guards 'will raze the Zionist regime' quickly, says senior adviser of elite al-Quds unit....
God's Word foretells that history repeats time after time. Every empire has eventually fallen, even, arguably, the greatest of all world empires, the Roman Empire. The same basic ingredients have constituted most every such collapse.
While Santayana's bit of philosophy has been proven true time after time, he left out a key element in phrasing his thought. It should be: "Those who do not acknowledge God and cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it."
The Almighty stopped this globalist agenda (New World Order) by confusing the people's language; creating nations with borders; and scattering the people. That, and later the Restrainer, has held back global governance for thousands of years (II Thess. 2:6-10).
As dumb as it may sound, world leaders now want to reverse what God did to restrain world government. They want to betray Him; break up the nations and borders; and once again try to establish a borderless world.
One expects such ahistorical multicultural drivel from a clueless atheist – not the pope. A quick education for Jorge: the "Christian roots of Europe" are a fact. For centuries, after the aforementioned Islamic conquests of the Middle East, the original heartland of Christianity, Europe became the heart and standard-bearer of the Christian faith. That's why it was called "Christendom." How can the supposed vicar, or representative, of Christ "dread" this fact, denouncing it as "triumphalist or even vengeful"?
It's not a news site, and yet more than a billion people read its news feed every day. Farhad Manjoo wrote in a New York Times editorial, "Facebook is the world's most influential source of news." He added that it "operates under a veneer of empiricism. Many people believe that what you see on Facebook represents some kind of data-mined objective truth unmolested by the subjective attitudes of fair-and-balanced human beings. None of that is true. The question isn't whether Facebook has outsize power to shape the world — of course it does, and of course you should worry about that power."
Recently, Lynn and I had the opportunity to have dinner in Jerusalem with our good friends, Tom and JoAnn Doyle. Among other things we talked about two important trend lines in the world of Gospel ministry to Muslims — persecution and harvest.
Below is an article on this subject that I asked Tom to write specifically for this blog. It's very informative and encouraging. I hope you'll not only read it but share it with others.
We are heading pell-mell into the Days of Noah . . .
Some scientists in the United States are working to make embryos that are part human, part animal in an attempt to save the lives of people suffering from various diseases. But other scientists warn that such experiments could damage people's sense of humanity, NPR reports.
The Jewish prophets made predictions about events that would occur during their time and many predictions about a future time, known as the last days and the time of Jacob's troubles (the time of Israel's troubles). Some of the prophecies indicate that earthquakes will become numerous and will happen in places that do not have much of an earthquake history.
There will be great earthquakes, famines and pestilences in various places, and fearful events and great signs from heaven. Luke 21:11 NIV
Nikki Schwab of the Daily Mail reviews the new documentary film "Clinton Cash," based on Peter Schweizer's bestselling book of the same name. The film, Schwab writes, "links money given to Bill Clinton for paid speeches to decisions Hillary Clinton made at State," thus showing that "all those contributions to the Clinton Foundation weren't pure altruism," but rather influence-peddling to get the Clintons "to overlook human rights violations by unsavory world leaders."