“He that takes truth for his guide, and duty for his end, may safely trust to God’s providence to lead him aright.” – Blaise Pascal. "There is but one straight course, and that is to seek truth and pursue it steadily" – George Washington letter to Edmund Randolph — 1795. We live in a “post-truth” world. According to the dictionary, “post-truth” means, “relating to or denoting circumstances in which objective facts are less influential in shaping public opinion than appeals to emotion and personal belief.” Simply put, we now live in a culture that seems to value experience and emotion more than truth. Truth will never go away no matter how hard one might wish. Going beyond the MSM idealogical opinion/bias and their low information tabloid reality show news with a distractional superficial focus on entertainment, sensationalism, emotionalism and activist reporting – this blogs goal is to, in some small way, put a plug in the broken dam of truth and save as many as possible from the consequences—temporal and eternal. "The further a society drifts from truth, the more it will hate those who speak it." – George Orwell “There are two ways to be fooled. One is to believe what isn’t true; the other is to refuse to believe what is true.” ― Soren Kierkegaard
God Takes Care of His Children Deuteronomy 24:17; Isaiah 40:29; Jeremiah 7:6; Matthew 6:31–32; 10:29–31; Luke 12:6–7; James 1:27
Whatsoever God takes away from his children, he either supplies it with a great earthly favor, or else with strength to bear it. God gives charge to others to take care of the fatherless and widow, and will he neglect them himself?
Ritzema, E., & Vince, E. (Eds.). (2013). 300 Quotations for Preachers from the Puritans. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.
We Must Combine Justice and Might Leviticus 19:15; Psalm 99:4; Ecclesiastes 5:8; Jeremiah 22:3; Micah 3:8
Justice without might is helpless; might without justice is tyrannical. Justice without might is gainsaid, because there are always offenders; might without justice is condemned. We must then combine justice and might, and for this end make what is just strong, or what is strong just.
Ritzema, E. (2013). 300 Quotations for Preachers from the Reformation. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.
Thou shalt no more be termed Forsaken. (Isaiah 62:4)
“Forsaken” is a dreary word. It sounds like a knell. It is the record of sharpest sorrows and the prophecy of direst ills. An abyss of misery yawns in that word forsaken. Forsaken by one who pledges his honor! Forsaken by a friend so long tried and trusted! Forsaken by a dear relative! Forsaken by father and mother! Forsaken by all! This is woe indeed, and yet it may be patiently born if the Lord will take us up.
But what must it be to feel forsaken of God? Think of that bitterest of cries, “My God, my God, why hast thou forsaken me?” Have we ever in any degree tasted the wormwood and the gall of “forsaken” in that sense? If so, let us beseech our Lord to save us from any repetition of so unspeakable a sorrow. Oh, that such darkness may never return! Men in malice said of a saint, “God hath forsaken him; persecute and take him.” But it was always false. The Lord’s loving favor shall compel our cruel foes to eat their own words or, at least, to hold their tongues.
The reverse of all this is that superlative word Hephzibah “the Lord delighteth in thee.” This turns weeping into dancing. Let those who dreamed that they were forsaken hear the Lord say, “I will never leave thee nor forsake thee.”
You increased your merchants more than the stars of the heavens. The locust spread its wings and flies away. – Nahum 3:16
Scripture reading: Rev. 18:4-8; Rev. 18:11-17
The Bible depicts two cities, the cities of righteous Jerusalem contrasted by wicked Babylon. The Assyrian Empire and her great capital of Nineveh are prophesied over, and part of the promised ruin will be the fleeing merchants.
Like Babylon of Revelation, the riches of Nineveh had multiplied. Their fine products were taken as plunder from enemies, some of it from nations subjugated whose resources were pillaged to increase the wealth of the Assyrian empire. All of it added to the wicked and godless pride of the nation which had forgotten the mercies of God poured out on her a century earlier.
Merchants can hear rumors from distant lands with which they trade, learn information from wealthy clients and can be like a barometer of what is about to happen. Nahum prophesied the merchants and their wealth would, like locusts, fly away to greener pastures where food is plentiful. They see the coming disaster faster than the leaders and the population.
Upturns and downturns of the marketplace should not cause Christians to fear. Every earthly kingdom, every rich empire, like Babylon of Revelation, will one day be thrown down into ruin. The holy city of Jerusalem, where the righteous, those made clean by the blood of Christ at the cross, will flourish. Christians live knowing the kingdoms of this world must be made subject to the reign of Jesus and so will experience marketplace instability to remind the merchants and people that God, the Father, alone is the source of all that is lasting and good.
Suggestions for prayer
Ask the Spirit of God to help you examine your motives with regards to your financial planning and wealth management. Are you seeking the lasting Kingdom, the New Jerusalem, and using your money, much or little as it is, in service to Jesus our King?
Rev. Richard T. Vander Vaart serves as a visiting prison chaplain in Moncton, New Brunswick for Redemption Prison Ministry. A few years ago he and his wife Carolyn became members of the Associate Reformed Presbyterian Church. They both enjoy hosting friends for dinner and games nights. This daily devotional is also available in a print edition you can buy at Nearer to God Devotional.
14:33 God is not the author of disorder in a worship service.
14:33 Evaluation of the merits of the exercise of any of the spiritual gifts as to legitimacy and fruitfulness can be made with relative ease based upon this clear verse. When some religious activity engenders strife and confusion, it is probably not of God. God is the author of peace in all the churches of the saints.
14:33As in all the churches of the saints If this phrase begins v. 34 rather than ending Paul’s previous argument, then he is prohibiting women from speaking in all churches. However, this phrase may instead function as the conclusion to Paul’s specific instructions begun in vv. 26–33, as he uses it this way elsewhere (e.g., 4:17; 11:16).
14:33 confusion. Here is the key to the whole chapter. The church at worship before God should reflect His character and nature because He is a God of peace and harmony, order and clarity, not strife and confusion (cf. Ro 15:33; 2Th 3:16; Heb 13:20). as in all the churches. This phrase does not belong in v. 33, but at the beginning of v. 34, as a logical introduction to a universal principle for churches.
14:33 — For God is not the author of confusion but of peace .…
God does not tell one person to do something that completely contradicts and invalidates what He told someone else to do. Nor does He ever lead in opposition to His eternal Word. He is a God of order (but also of surprises!).
14:33God is not the author of confusion: Confusion is exactly what the Corinthians had been experiencing. This comes not from God but from the sinful flesh. As in all the churches of the saints may go with the first part of v. 33 or as the beginning of v. 34. The clause seems to fit better with v. 34 regarding behavior in the church meetings.14:33For God is not the author of confusion but of peace. In other words, if a meeting is the scene of pandemonium and disorder, then you can be sure that the Spirit of God is not in control!
“for God is not a God of confusion but of peace”
“for God is not the author of confusion but of peace”
“for God is a God not of disorder but of peace”
“because God does not want us to be in disorder but in harmony and peace”
This does not refer to creation. This is not order versus chaos, but factional infighting or egotism versus peace. This is not belittling the dynamic character of first century worship (cf. vv. 39–40), but the jealous, egotistical attitude of some of the gifted speakers (cf. 2 Cor. 6:5; 12:20; James 3:16). Both our worship style and attitude reflect on the God we claim to be worshiping (cf. 11:17–34).
Ver. 33. For God is not the author of confusion, but of peace.—
A God, not of confusion, but of peace:—True religion teaches us to refer all questions to the highest tribunal, and to ask, not merely, What is agreeable and expedient? but what is the will of God? At Corinth many disorders had arisen, and there were many reasons why they should not be. But here is the highest. Christians are the servants of God, who is not the author of confusion, &c. This is apparent from—
I. His work as Creator. The more nature is studied the more clearly order is seen to be heaven’s first law. Indeed scientists affirm the universal presence of law, and to those who believe in a Lawgiver the regularity with which the processes of nature are conducted is an evidence of the working of mind, and that in accordance with the highest reason.
II. His method in revelation. The Scriptures unfold a plan gradually and regularly, according to a scheme of which the profound wisdom is apparent, although not fully, to a created mind. The truth was revealed first to a family, then to a nation, then to a race. “The law was given by Moses,” &c. The Bible is a marvellously organic whole; in its diversity is discernible a unity which only a Divine mind could impart.
III. The work of redemption. The whole motive of the economy of grace was to reduce the confusion which had invaded sinful humanity to order. To hush the moral discord was the purpose contemplated by the Incarnation and the Cross.
IV. The institution of civil society. Social and political life are attributed in the New Testament to God the Giver of all good. Jesus bade His disciples render to Cæsar, &c., and Paul enjoined the duty of loyalty inasmuch as “the powers that be are ordained of God.”
V. The constitution and government of Christian Churches. Is it credible that the God in all whose ways order is so apparent should reverse His procedure in that realm which is the highest of all? Christ appointed apostles; apostles constituted churches, ordained their officers, and gave instructions for worship, business, and charity. Confusion here, therefore, is to be traced to human folly. In proportion as the Spirit of Christ lives and works in any society will subordination, co-operation, and unity prevail. (Prof. J. R. Thomson.)
God the author, not of confusion, but of Peace:—
I. God is the author of peace. Witness His operations—1. In nature. 2. The human heart. 3. Society.
II. Consequently confusion cannot be the work of His Spirit. 1. It may accidentally be associated with it. 2. But arises from human defect, the want of—(1) Self-control (ver. 32). (2) Intelligent piety (ver. 20). (3) Profounder acquaintance with the God of peace.
III. It follows that confusion should have no place in the Church. 1. Passion should give way to peace. 2. Confusion to edification. (J. Lyth, D.D.)
33. For God is not of confusion. We must understand the word Author, or some term of that kind.2 Here we have a most valuable statement, by which we are taught, that we do not serve God unless in the event of our being lovers of peace, and eager to promote it. Whenever, therefore, there is a disposition to quarrel, there, it is certain, God does not reign. And how easy it is to say this! How very generally all have it in their mouths! Yet, in the meantime, the most of persons fly into a rage about nothing, or they trouble the Church, from a desire that they may, by some means, rise into view, and may seem to be somewhat. (Gal. 2:6.)
Let us, therefore, bear in mind, that, in judging as to the servants of Christ, this mark must be kept in view—whether or not they aim at peace and concord, and, by conducting themselves peaceably, avoid contentions to the utmost of their power, provided, however, we understand by this a peace of which the truth of God is the bond. For if we are called to contend against wicked doctrines, even though heaven and earth should come together, we must, nevertheless, persevere in the contest. We must, indeed, in the first place, make it our aim, that the truth of God may, without contention, maintain its ground; but if the wicked resist, we must set our face against them, and have no fear, lest the blame of the disturbances should be laid to our charge. For accursed is that peace of which revolt from God is the bond, and blessed are those contentions by which it is necessary to maintain the kingdom of Christ.
As in all the Churches. The comparison does not refer merely to what was said immediately before, but to the whole of the foregoing representation. “I have hitherto enjoined upon you nothing that is not observed in all the Churches, and, in this manner, they are maintained in peace. Let it be your care, therefore, to borrow, what other Churches have found by experience to be salutary, and most profitable for maintaining peace.” His explicit mention of the term saints is emphatic—as if with the view of exempting rightly constituted Churches from a mark of disgrace.
Ver. 33.—Of confusion. The word is rendered “commotion” in Luke 21:9; “tumult,” in 2 Cor. 6:5 and 12:20. “Confusion” is, as St. James says (3:16), the result of envious and pushing egotism. But of peace; which cannot coexist with inflation and restlessness. As in all Churches of the saints. The clause probably belongs to this verse, not to the following. It is a reflection on the exceptional turbulence and disorder which disgraced the Corinthian Church.
33 To conclude Paul adds a significant theological justification for the foregoing guidelines. Everything has to do with the character of God and what God has already established to be true of divine activity in the rest of the churches. First, “for God is not a God of disorder684 but of peace.” This sentence, along with the final appeal (v. 40), seems to corroborate the suggestion made above (v. 23) that the Corinthian assembly had become unruly in its expression of tongues. Now Paul is arguing that the basis of all these instructions is ultimately theological. It has to do with the character of God, probably vis-à-vis the deities of the cults, whose worship was characterized by frenzy and disorder. The theological point is crucial: the character of one’s deity is reflected in the character of one’s worship. The Corinthians must therefore cease worship that reflects the pagan deities more than the God whom they have come to know through the Lord Jesus Christ (cf. 12:2–3). God is neither characterized by disorder nor the cause of it in the assembly.
The interesting opposite of “disorder,” however, is not quietness or propriety, or even “order,” but “peace.” Minimally this refers to the sense of harmony that will obtain in a Christian assembly when everyone is truly in the Spirit and the aim of everything is the edification of the whole (v. 26). It is tempting once again, as in an earlier moment (7:15, q.v.), to see here a reflection of Paul’s Jewish background, in which God’s people are called to live, in this case worship, “for the sake of peace,” that is, in such a way as to win the favor of others.
Second, what is true of God in terms of Christian worship is so “in all the congregations of the Lord’s people.” Because of some apparent awkwardness in speaking of God in this way, the original NIV followed a number of scholars and English translations, including the editors of the most commonly used Greek text (NA), who preferred to take this final phrase as introducing what follows (vv. 34–35). But there are several considerable reasons for taking it as the concluding word to these instructions on “order.”
(a) As will be noted later, there is substantial evidence that these clearly intruding, and thoroughly un-Pauline, sentences (vv. 34–35) are not authentic, and therefore that Paul could not have intended it to go with what he did not write. Furthermore, the very early textual evidence in the Western church indicates that this phrase was not considered to be part of those sentences.
(b) The two rhetorical questions that follow (v. 36), both of which begin with “or,” make best sense when understood as referring directly to this statement. That is, “All the churches of the saints are intended to be orderly as we have just described, or did the word of God originate with you?” This seems to be the proper understanding of the rhetoric to come (v. 36), even if the intruding sentences were authentic, which seems altogether unlikely. (c) To take this phrase with the intruding text creates an even clumsier sentence: “As in all the churches of the Lord’s people the women should remain silent in the churches.” That is a redundancy that is both nearly intolerable and altogether unlike Paul—so much so that even the NIV tries to alleviate it with a different translation for the two clauses. (d) This is now the fourth appeal of this kind in the letter (see 4:17; 7:17; 11:16); in each of the earlier instances the appeal concludes its sentence, and in two cases (4:17; 11:16) it functions as an addendum just as it does here. (e) Finally, and most important, this concern that they be like the other churches is more fitting at the conclusion of the major concern of this argument, as in two major earlier passages (chaps. 1–4 and 11:2–16), than with something that, even if it were authentic, would in the present argument be merely an aside at best.
Thus, this final appeal continues the theological word with which the sentence began. God is not only like this, but things have been so ordered that God’s own character is to be appropriately displayed in worship in all the churches. This particular appeal, which in this letter began with the opening words of salutation (see 1:2), is an indication to the Corinthians that their view of tongues and Spirit gifting that has allowed this kind of disorderly conduct is out of keeping with what God is doing elsewhere through the gospel. They are marching to their own drum; Paul is urging them not only to conform to the character of God, but also to get in step with the rest of God’s people, the church.
By and large the history of the church points to the fact that in worship we do not greatly trust the diversity of the body. Edification must always be the rule, and that carries with it orderliness so that all may learn and all be encouraged. But it is no great credit to the historical church that in opting for “order” it also opted for a silencing of the ministry of the many. That, it would seem, is at least the minimal point of the paragraph.
The most important word in this paragraph is the final one. Some Pentecostal and charismatic assemblies would do well to heed these directives; confusion and disorder is simply not in keeping with the character of God. On the other hand, what is said at the outset (v. 26) makes it clear that the “peace” and “order” at the end (v. 33) do not necessarily mean somber ritual, as though God were really something of a “stuffed shirt.” If our understanding of God’s character is revealed in our worship, then it must be admitted that in the contemporary church God is not often thought of in terms of allowing spontaneity or of joy.
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“I can do everything through Him who gives me strength.” Philippians 4:13 (NIV)
We’re not as strong as we think we are, but God is stronger than we think.
You become strong through God’s strength. His strength enters your life, delivered by the Holy Spirit—Jesus within—and the more dependent you are on God, the stronger in Him you become. In our weakness, He is strong (2 Corinthians 12:10).
“I can do everything . . .” doesn’t mean, ‘Now that I’m a believer, I’m strong enough to do everything and anything for God.” Your own testimony can attest to the fears and failures related to such thinking.
The strength of “I can do everything . . .” comes through God, who gives you the strength you need for each day. Your ability to “do everything” is wholly dependent upon Him because your strength is dependent upon Him. It’s not a strength you work up to by pumping iron with emotional or mental barbells.
Strength comes from submission. The thing you do that may require the greatest strength is to submit yourself completely to God! But God is “working in you, giving you the desire to obey Him and the power to do what pleases Him” (Philippians 2:13 NLT).
Strength is linked to faith. You believe in faith that God is giving you His strength; and so, in faith you can act in confidence, knowing the strength is there: “But the Lord stood at my side and gave me strength” (2 Timothy 4:17 NIV).
There was a time that I endured a season in my life when several uncertain and difficult circumstances were bearing down on me, and I remember feeling the weight of more than I could handle pressing hard on me. I could physically sense a weight pushing down on both my shoulders and my neck grew stiff from the stress.
There was a serious illness in the family. A messy situation in the extended family. Trouble brewing at a job.
My attempts to change things were futile. My efforts to fix things met with disaster, not improvement.
I had trouble going to sleep at night because it was hard to relax with so many worries running through my mind.
The more I worried, the worse things became.
One night while tossing and turning in my bed, I remembered the verse Isaiah 40:31 about God renewing our strength when we trust and wait on Him. I asked God to please renew my strength for the next day. I pleaded with Him to help me make it through tomorrow without the weight of the world pressing down on me.
I recalled the exact words of the entire verse and received its message into the depths of my heart.
“But those who wait on the Lord Shall renew their strength; They shall mount up with wings like eagles, They shall run and not be weary, They shall walk and not faint.” ~ Isaiah 40:31
I repeated this beautiful verse to myself several times and found my strength being renewed as I continued to meditate on the meaning of its words. God was faithful to renew my strength! I fell asleep that night and slept a more peaceful sleep than I had experienced in weeks.
I woke up the next morning and the weight of the world was not pressing down on me. I believed I could run and not be weary, walk and not faint. I felt so much lighter it was as if I could fly! God taught me that He never intended our burdens to crush us under their weight. His promise to those who wait on Him is to renew our strength.
By Kathy Cheek Used by Permission From:First Breath of Morning: Where God Waits For You Every Day.
Record of Nero’s Persecution of Christians Matthew 24:9; Luke 21:12; John 15:20; 2 Timothy 3:12; Revelation 2:10
He [Nero] likewise inflicted punishments on the Christians, a sort of people who held a new and impious superstition.
Ritzema, E. (Ed.). (2012). 300 Quotations for Preachers. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.
Impossible to Believe in Christ Without Believing the Trinity Matthew 1:20; 28:19; John 1:14; Ephesians 3:4; Colossians 2:2–3; Hebrews 2:14
It is impossible to believe explicitly in the mystery of Christ without faith in the Trinity, since the mystery of Christ includes that the Son of God took flesh; that He renewed the world through the grace of the Holy Ghost; and again, that He was conceived by the Holy Ghost.… And consequently, when once grace had been revealed, all were bound to explicit faith in the mystery of the Trinity
Ritzema, E., & Brant, R. (Eds.). (2013). 300 quotations for preachers from the Medieval church. Bellingham, WA: Lexham Press.
The Great Reset of Beef Consumption“You are not going to eat beef in the future — I one hundred percent guarantee it.“Political commentator and rancher Glenn Beck stresses each of those words at the beginning of his recent video.
The COVID-19 Vaccine Is Now Being Called A Mandatory ‘Software Update’ For A Human Operating System Remember back in the early days of the gain-of-function pandemic when politicians like New York mayor Bill De Blasio would go to Christian churches and try to reassure people that the then-coming COVID vaccine was not the ‘mark of the beast’? Now that the vaccine is here and billions of people have received it, they are now calling it a ‘software update’ for a human operating system. Welcome to Day 563 of 15 Days to Flatten the Curve.
THE VAX IS HUMAN SACRIFICE — DR. ZEV ZELENKO Dr. Zev Zelenko joins me to expose the toxic jabs which he says are part of a massive eugenics plane many years in the planning. In this interview Dr. Z shares critical information that could save your life. Thanks for tuning in.
Thousands of High School Students across America Bow Heads to Pray in Unison Earlier this week, America’s students began praying at the annual “See You at the Pole” event. The event marked the 21st year of the student-led event, which took place at school flagpoles before class. The 2021 theme came from the New Testament: Humble yourselves before the Lord, and he will exalt you. – James 4:10
Elections mean nothing! Amerika is under one party rule and the worst is yet to come!!! Yesterday’s news cycle was filled with information, posing as groundbreaking revelations that the CSS had revealed over 4 months ago. I am not taking a victory lap. In fact, I am mourning the conquering and occupation of America by communist forces who will rob you blind, steal your elections, profit on your planned demise and this is all being done by people who will spit on your grave when it is all over.
The Vaccine isn’t working in Bermuda… Check the chart… The same CDC who is imploring Americans to get jabbed has added Bermuda to the ‘very high risk category.’ This comes one day after officials called off the World Triathlon Championships due to a surge of infections. Bermuda has had a nationwide mask mandate since last December and 67% of their population is fully Vaccinated.
More FBI employees have been indicted than members of the Trump family. More people connected with the Clinton campaign have been indicted than members of the Trump family. But the biggest indictment of all may wind up being the FBI itself. … It doesn’t get anymore serious than adults sexually assaulting children, and yet the FBI could not get that right. … When cops get more excited about investigating presidential candidates than they do investigating men [like Larry Nassar] who rape children, something is wrong. And when you botch school shooting and terrorist attacks but get really excited setting people up in false statement cases, something is wrong.” —Trey Gowdy
The result of yesterday’s presentation of the audit results from the audit of the 2020 Election results in Maricopa County is clear – the 2020 Election results in Maricopa County should never have been certified with Joe Biden as the winner.
When you step back and look at the results of the audit of Maricopa County in Arizona regarding the 2020 Election, the answer is clear. The current results should never have been certified – period.
The audit presentation yesterday started off with Dr. Shiva, a brilliant man with a resume that is one of the best in the country. Dr. Shiver uncovered more than 17,000 duplicated policies included in the certified election results in Arizona. These duplicate policies were greater than the 10,000 ballot margin of victory given to Biden in the state.
Next was Cyber Ninja’s Doug Logan. He shared much of what was released in a leak the night before. His team identified more than 57,000 ballots with issues that never should have been included in the state’s certified results, but they were.
Combined, between the duplicates identified by Dr. Shiva and the issues identified by Mr. Logan, there were more than 70,000 issues included in Arizona’s certified results. This is seven times the margin of victory certified for Joe Biden.
The third presenter was the best. Ben Cotton discussed IT and Cybersecurity issues. He noted numerous items have still not been provided to his team despite subpoenas being provided to the County months ago.
Cotton also identified numerous items that were deleted or missing from the information provided to his team. The highlight of the presentations was when Cotton noted that his team identified the individuals who deleted items requested and that he has provided their names to authorities in the state. The audience cheered when he said this.
Overall there was justification for the audit and support for the fact the current results in Arizona should never have been certified. It is clear President Trump carried the state no matter what the corrupt media says.
ot only is this information from the government’s own database NOT being reported in the pharma-funded corporate media, but nurses and other frontline workers are now coming forward to report that very few deaths and injuries from the COVID-19 shots are actually being reported to VAERS due to tremendous pressure by the pro-vaccine crowd to NOT report them.
Their voices are being censored by the corporate media.
Here is a video report we have compiled of nurse whistleblowers (including a physician’s assistant’s testimony) explaining just how difficult it is for anyone to actually file a report for COVID-19 vaccine injuries and deaths.
The world’s most extensively jabbed populations are experiencing the largest numbers of flu/covid outbreaks.
It’s happening worldwide. Instead of protecting against the viral illness, jabs are increasing it.
In mid-September, Israel’s health ministry reported record numbers of outbreaks.
After Detroit’s WXYZ TV asked viewers to share information on loved ones injured or lost after being jabbed for flu/covid, over 180,000 responses followed.
They provided clear evidence of jabbing harm. Affected families want their stories heard.
According to CDC, European Medicines Agency (EMA), and Public Health England (PHE) data so far since mass-jabbing began last December, the following numbers of injuries and deaths were officially reported:
CDC: 650,077 adverse events, 85,971 serious ones, including 13,911 deaths
EMA: 2,317,495 adverse events, including 24,526 deaths
PHE: 1,196,813 adverse events, including 1,645 deaths.
The above data represent the tip of a far larger scale public health catastrophe that followed flu/covid mass-jabbing.
(Joseph Farah) – Guess what kind of lead Donald Trump has over Joe Biden in a second-chance election for president? Less than a year after the 2020 election, he leads 51% to 41% in a recent poll. Think of it! Do you need more of a reason to think that Trump was cheated last November?…
Afghan Christians are living in fear as the Taliban has declared they will carry out executions and other brutal punishments, including amputations, under the Islamic Sharia law as part of their rule in Afghanistan.
In this episode of Keiser Report, Max and Stacy look at the growing demands for a Chinese style social credit system in the US whereby the tech giants disappear certain deplorables and undesirables from the internet permanently. In the second half, Max interviews Harry Halpin of the Nym Project about privacy in an age of surveillance. #news #trending #currentevents ————————————————————————————————– Freedom over censorship, truth over narrative.
(FaithPot) Researchers have found evidence to prove the story of God’s wrath on the cities of Sodom and Gomorrah to be true in the Bible. “Then the Lord rained down burning sulfur on Sodom and Gomorrah—from the Lord out of the heavens” (Genesis 19:24).
The only explanation for this discovery is that burning debris fell on the buildings from the air. But how could such a thing happen?
The destruction of Sodom and Gomorrah is the story of God’s judgment on a sinful city, “Now this was the sin of your sister Sodom: she and her daughters were arrogant, overfed and unconcerned; they did not help the poor and needy. They were haughty and did detestable things before Me. Therefore I did away with them as you have seen” (Ezekiel 16:49-50). View article →