Apr 24

The Last Days Epidemic Of Sorrow


In this message you will discover how the enemy is attempting to wear down the the Body of Christ to render them Fruitless and Powerless. Discover how specific attacks will wear down the Believer causing them to slip into Spiritual Slumber and leave them unproductive for the Kingdom of God! This message digs deep into scriptures revealing the Spiritual Condition prior to the Coming of the Lord from Heaven!

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Apr 24

‘Praise Darwin!’ UConn Professor Goes Ape During Campus Preaching

BosterSTORRS, Conn. – A University of Connecticut professor asserted that he came from an ape on Tuesday as he went wild during a campus gospel presentation that included discussion on evolution. James Boster, Professor of Anthropology at University of Connecticut, spent over two hours attempting to draw students away from several evangelists that were open-air preaching and distributing gospel literature on campus. Evangelist Don Karns of Hampton, Virginia told Christian News Network that Boster approached him as he was holding a sign about evolution and became condescending and confrontational. “He asked me if I had accepted Darwin as my lord and savior,” Karns stated. “He was very agitated, very demonstrative. … It was very unbecoming of a professor.” Minutes later, Boster also began to heckle campus tour coordinator Scott Smith of Schoolmaster Ministries of Raleigh, North Carolina as he preached. More

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Apr 24

WAR DRUMS – First troops land in Poland as US beefs up Baltic presence


The first American troops arrived in Poland on Wednesday, after Washington said it was sending a force of 600 there and to the Baltic states amid rising tensions with Russia over Ukraine. Some 130 soldiers from the 173rd Airborne Brigade — nicknamed “Sky Soldiers” — touched down early afternoon in Swidwin, in the northwest of the country, and were welcomed by Poland’s defence minister. ”Every day we work on the defence of our country but in a world that is changing, and that is full of threats, we need strong and steadfast allies such as the United States and NATO,” Minister Tomasz Siemoniak said under a cloudy sky. The troops, who are usually based in Vicenza, Italy, arrived at the base on two Hercules transport planes. More

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Apr 24

Exactly Like 7 Years Ago? 2014 Is Turning Out To Be Eerily Similar To 2007

Bubble - Photo by Jeff KubinaThe similarities between 2007 and 2014 continue to pile up.  As you are about to see, U.S. home sales fell dramatically throughout 2007 even as the mainstream media, our politicians and Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke promised us that everything was going to be just fine and that we definitely were not going to experience a recession.  Of course we remember precisely what followed.  It was the worst economic crisis since the days of the Great Depression.  And you know what they say – if we do not learn from history we are doomed to repeat it.  Just like seven years ago, the stock market has soared to all-time high after all-time high.  Just like seven years ago, the authorities are telling us that there is nothing to worry about.  Unfortunately, just like seven years ago, a housing bubble is imploding and another great economic crisis is rapidly approaching. More

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Apr 24

OPPOSITION RISING TO COLORADO GUN CONTROL


DENVER
— More than a year after pushing through through some of the toughest gun control measures in the country, Colorado Democrats are finding it harder than ever to get the state’s residents to get behind them. A Quinnipiac University Poll released Wednesday found that the strict new gun-control laws are losing support among voters.= The survey found that only 39 percent of Colorado voters favor the state’s hotly debated 2013 package of gun control measures, down from 43 percent support in Quinnipiac’s Feb. 5 poll. At the same time, opposition to the gun control laws is rising. The poll found that 56 percent of Colorado voters oppose the firearms laws, up from 52 percent in the Feb. 5 survey. More

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Apr 24

Fourth graders busted for selling pot at elementary school…


DENVER
  – Two Colorado fourth graders were busted for selling marijuana at their elementary school, prompting officials today to urge adults to keep their weed locked away from kids. School officials said a 10-year-old fourth grade boy brought a small quantity of leafy marijuana to Monfort Elementary School in Greeley, Colorado, on Monday. “He sold it to three other fourth graders on the school playground, which resulted in a profit to the young man of $11,” John Gates, director of safety and security for the Greeley-Evans School District, told ABC News. The next day, Gates said one of the three young buyers brought a marijuana edible to school and gave it to the boy who sold the pot on Monday. That boy took a bite, but did not suffer any ill effects, Gates said. Both boys apparently got the weed from relatives, according to Gates. More

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Apr 23

Christian Censorship Rising: Facebook Removes Culture Warrior Todd Starnes’ Cliven Bundy Post

Todd StarnesYour friendly neighborhood columnist has once again run afoul of Facebook’s elusive community standards.  This time I was censored for writing something about rancher Cliven Bundy. I realized I had landed in the Facebook gulag when I tried to post our daily Bible verse. However, I was unable to post anything because Facebook had taken great offense to something I had written. “We removed something your page posted,” Facebook told me in a rather unpleasant message. “We removed the post below because it doesn’t follow the Facebook Community Standards.” Now, before you call up the preacher and put me on the church prayer list, let me assure you the posting was neither unseemly nor ungentlemanly. More

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Apr 23

Midweek Severe Threat in Plains and Midwest

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As is typical of spring, the threat of severe weather is ramping up in the nation’s midsection. In fact, we are tracking two weather systems that will spawn severe weather over the next five or six days.  The latest details and updates on the first bout of severe storms from Wednesday through Friday are below. In addition, we are closely monitoring the potential for a more widespread severe threat this weekend starting in the Plains. Click here to see our full forecast on the weekend threat. More

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Apr 23

Thousands starving on outskirts of Damascus; situation ‘unprecedented in living memory,

Residents wait to receive food aid distributed by the U.N. Relief and Works Agency (UNRWA) at the besieged al-Yarmouk camp, south of Damascus on January 31, 2014, in this handout picture made available to Reuters February 26, 2014. World powers have passed a landmark Security Council resolution demanding an end to restrictions on humanitarian operations in Syria, but aid workers doubt it has the punch to make Damascus grant access and let stuck convoys deliver vital supplies. The resolution called for the immediate lifting of sieges in specific towns and cities around the country, including Yarmouk, a Palestinian neighbourhood in Damascus that took in refugees after the creation of Israel, where people have been trapped for eight months by an army siege. Picture taken January 31, 2014. REUTERS/UNRWA/Handout via Reuters (SYRIA - Tags: POLITICS CIVIL UNREST CONFLICT SOCIETY TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY) ATTENTION EDITORS - THIS IMAGE WAS PROVIDED BY A THIRD PARTY. FOR EDITORIAL USE ONLY. NOT FOR SALE FOR MARKETING OR ADVERTISING CAMPAIGNS. THIS PICTURE IS DISTRIBUTED EXACTLY AS RECEIVED BY REUTERS, AS A SERVICE TO CLIENTS - RTR3FQJZ
Months ago, in times better than these, the only thing that could be obtained at the markets of Yarmouk in southern Damascus was a “green starch” that could be fried and eaten. One kilogram (2.2 pounds) of rice cost between $70 and $100. Boys scurried in search of dandelions and cactus leaves. A common meal included a bowl of water and spice. Some drank dog milk. Others ate fertilizer. Many had nothing at all. And then, 12 days ago, after the Syrian authorities cut off food shipments into the Palestinian refugee camp in Yarmouk, everything became more dire. More

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Apr 23

Calif. Evangelical Couple Runs Medical Marijuana Shop to Spread the Gospel and Heal the Sick


A California couple claims that they own and operate a medical marijuana dispensary in order to help the sick and spread the Gospel at the same time. Bryan and Lanette Davies began selling marijuana out of their Canna Care shop after claiming that God spoke to them. Now they consider themselves Sacramento’s only evangelical medical cannabis provider. ”I started praying, ‘Please help me Lord, I need to do something to be able to earn money.’ So He (God) said, ‘Open up a pot shop. Who are you not to do my will?’” said Bryan, according to TIME magazine. The Davies opened the medical marijuana shop with the intent of targeting men ages 20-30, because “they’ll spend the most on cannabis.” Seven years later, the dispensary has gained a loyal clientele and serves as a vehicle to spread Christianity, according to Bryan. More

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