By Geri Ungurean
I wrote you a while back concerning the national Prayer day in South Africa on 22 April 2017. Just an update on the event.
This event has burst at the seams and has grown incredibly big. Without press attention (obviously they never advertised it) the parking tickets (which are free and include the number of people in the vehicle) yesterday, already passed the 1.7 million people. This number consists only of people driving to the event.
Prominent evangelist Franklin Graham, the son of the legendary Billy Graham, is encouraging President Donald Trump not to release his tax returns, noting that releasing the tax returns would cause. . . .
A photo of an Iraqi soldier erecting a cross on the top of a pile of rubble on Easter Sunday has captured the attention of the internet.
In the photo, the soldier, who remains anonymous, is seen carrying a wooden cross up a mound of rubble that was once Mt. Sinjar Church.
Bizarrely, the editorial noted that Hillary Clinton had told a New Hampshire town hall questioner a month earlier that Juanita Broaddrick's tale of rape was not to be believed. Yet it was Trump who was denounced as sexist and beyond the pale.
The Holy Spirit through the true Church is the only thing standing between sanity and lunacy, and the world doesn't even realize the danger approaching. As I said, the world wants the Church gone. Someone once said, "Be careful what you wish for." That day is fast approaching.
It is hard to come up with a logical explanation for why the people of Europe offer little resistance to this destructive Islamic invasion. I think what we are witnessing is end-time madness. The world has become so evil, demonic forces are able to control the minds of the lost. The level of insanity that we've reached should make it clear to all believers that the end of the Church Age is very near.
CNN is among the media that jumped on the story that Steven Bannon has fallen out of favor with Donald Trump in the midst of a White House in chaos. The comparisons on CNN ran from the Keystone Cops to the Three Stooges, and even the Netflix political drama "House of Cards."