US Ambassador, Nikki Haley, sheds light on the UN Security Council’s biased obsession over Israel. Rather than discussing how to maintain international peace and security in the Middle East, the United Nation Security Council adopted Resolution 2334, on December 23, 2016, which accuses Israel’s settlements in the West Bank and East Jerusalem of being illegal, and an obstacle to peace with the Palestinians. The resolution … Continue reading “U.S. is determined to stand up to the UN’s anti-Israel bias” – Nikki Haley
Under the auspices of the UAE and in collaboration with UNESCO, the University of Oxford and Harvard University, a restored, three-dimensional version of Palmyra’s monumental Arch of Triumph – destroyed at the hands of the terrorist organisation, Daesh, was revealed on Tuesday. More at Historic arch gate of Palmyra’s Temple of Baal in NYC. Jonathan Cahn’s book, “The Harbinger: The Ancient Mystery That Holds … Continue reading The Sign Of Baal Part 1: Jonathan Cahn at the Unveiling in New York City
Are you aware of the fact that a Revolution occurred, in Christian music, in the late 1960’s and early 1970’s that ultimately impacted churches all across America? The pioneers of contemporary Christian music seized on, what became known as, “the Jesus Movement“: a great move of the Holy Spirit that took place shortly after the Six-Day War in 1967. Here’s a little history on that story, … Continue reading The Revolution in Christian Music
“Then he said to me, “Son of man, these bones represent the people of Israel. They are saying, ‘We have become old, dry bones—all hope is gone. Our nation is finished.’ Therefore, prophesy to them and say, ‘This is what the Sovereign Lord says: O my people, I will open your graves of exile and cause you to rise again. Then I will bring you … Continue reading Israel: A Valley of Dry Bones Revived
Clarity begins to unfold when we receive the message, God intended to convey, rather than surmise something to which God is not alluding. The following Re-blog comes from The Cloak of the Antichrist: In the TV mini-series, “DIG” of last year, I found myself mesmerized wondering how the producers would handle the building of the 3rd Temple. Before the event could occur, the unblemished red heifer (Numbers … Continue reading Does Scripture Require the Building of the 3rd Temple before Jesus Returns?
What would cause Israel, and her Arab neighbors to actually make peace? Armageddon News explains a scenario, in a Facebook post, based on this article from Breaking Israel News. In the following re-post Armageddon News explains correlations, and contradictions between Bible prophecy, Rabbinic prophecy, and Islamic prophecy: ““We have received a direct teaching, passed down from one to another, from the Gaon of Vilna, that when Russia goes and conquers … Continue reading Prominent Rabbis Sternbuch, Amar Hint that the Messiah is “Just Around the Corner”
One of the most fundamental lessons we learn as Christians is to follow Christ’s perfect example, and in doing so, we are faced with this very pointed question at the most difficult of times. So, what would Jesus do about the refugee crisis in the Middle East? OUR CALL IS TO BE LIKE CHRIST In Philippians 2:1–11, the apostle Paul emphasizes the humility, and exaltation of Jesus Christ, … Continue reading What Would Jesus Do About The Refugee Crisis?
Every human being needs to watch this: “The Great Rage,” by Frontier Alliance International. For those who have not yet seen The Great Rage, it is now available for free. This is the first of a five part series. The Great Rage is also available to purchase as a DVD, with extra Bonus Features DVD, or to purchase for Streaming on Vimeo (which also gives you … Continue reading Covenant and Controversy: The Great Rage (Part One)
Why is knowing the cultural, and historical background of the New Testament important for our understanding its message? To understand the cultural, and historical background of the New Testament, is to understand the context of Jesus, God’s redemption plan for the world. As stated by J. Scott Duvall, and J. Daniel Hay in “Journey Into God’s Word:” There is a covenant barrier between the Old Testament … Continue reading Understanding New Testament Context
Re-blog from P2ALM: The Middle East is swelling with violence and turmoil. Christian persecution is on the rise and all the while the enemies of Israel are closing ranks around her borders. Our current Western leadership views religion as an archaic coping mechanism unfit for the modern-day world and so denies that any kind of religious theology could possibly be the reason for these things. … Continue reading Isaac and Ishmael: The Origin of Middle East Conflict, and the Foundation for Understanding Eschatology