Tuesday, December 10, 2013

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The Daily Brief

Tuesday, December 10, 2013




On this second week of Advent, the second candle is lit . . . the Candle of Peace.

The Daily Brief

1. Obama, world leaders eulogize Mandela at Massive Memorial - Fox News

An eclectic mix of world leaders including President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro traveled to South Africa to eulogize Nelson Mandela before a crowd of nearly 100,000 mourners at a massive memorial service Dec. 10 in the World Cup soccer stadium where the anti-apartheid champion made his last public appearance.

- Father God, this week the kings of the nations are not only honoring the memory of Nelson Mandela, but are almost worshiping him. But Lord God, we worship You and You only, our King of all kings and our Lord of all lords. We ask You to forgive those who are engaging in this form of idol worship, for they know not what they do. We bind the spirits that will be unleashed through this idolatry, and we loose the Spirit of Truth to reign among the nations. We ask all of this in Your holy and mighty Name, amen and amen.

- "Thou shalt have no other gods before me." (Exodus 20:3) "Father, forgive them, for they know not what they do." (Luke 23:34)


2. Activists urge Obama to go rogue, sidestep Congress - Washington Times

President Obama's repeated use of presidential powers is causing a tough problem -- his own supporters now expect him to use it to achieve everything they want.

- Lord, we pray these executive orders will stop. We pray for this administration to abide by the balance of powers between the branches of government as intended by our forefathers. Raise up every obstacle to stop the misuse of power by this administration. In Jesus name.

"For though we walk (live) in the flesh, we are not carrying on our warfare according to the flesh and using mere human weapons. For the weapons of our warfare are not physical [weapons of flesh and blood], but they are mighty before God for the overthrow and destruction of strongholds." (2 Corinthians 10: 3-4)


3. Congress renews ban on plastic guns - UK Telegraph

Congress on Monday renewed an expiring ban on plastic guns that can slip past metal detectors, but did not pass tougher firearms restrictions wanted by Democrats.

- Father, we thank You that our right to bear arms, under the Second Amendment of the United States Constitution, has been upheld by the passage of this law. We thank You, too, that stricter laws were rejected regarding gun control in our nation. Thank You, Abba Father, for the many times you have answered our prayers regarding the preservation of this key right to our liberty as American citizens. In Jesus' Name, amen.

- "The LORD is far from the wicked, but he hears the prayer of the righteous." (Proverbs 15:29)


4. IRS using Google Maps to spy on taxpayers - Daily Caller

Agents from the Internal Revenue Service (IRS) are using Google Maps as part of their tool kit to audit taxpayers and organizations, The Daily Caller has learned. A redacted IRS letter dated Sept. 8, 2011 reveals that at least in one case the IRS's examiners used photos of a property, obtained through Google Maps, as evidence to revoke the 501(c)(4) status of a homeowner's association.

"The Internet (using Google or other similar search engine) can be an excellent source of background information relevant to the taxpayer, done organization and appraiser," states the agency's manual. The guidance, which is posted publicly online at the IRS's website, was last revised on Jan. 3, 2012. An agency manual, effective Oct. 1, 2013, also lists Google, Google Maps, and a number of other Internet search tools to help agents spy on taxpayers. (Read more)

- This article shows that the IRS is using 'appearances' to assist them in deciding about how to deal with taxpayers.  Appearances can be deceiving and are known to evoke envy with many people, so that fairness is lost for the taxpayer under investigation.  We admit there is fraud but using pictures, where some of the Google pictures are not correct, is just one obvious concern.  We ask You, Lord, to rise up and strike down the vile dark spirits involved  with all of this, in Jesus' Name, Amen and Amen.

- "Treasures of wickedness profit nothing, but righteousness delivers from death." (Proverbs 10: 2)


5. Write wrongs! Over 500 world-famous authors sign anti-surveillance petition - rt.com

More than 500 renowned authors - including five Nobel laureates - from across the globe have signed a petition demanding an end to 'mass surveillance'. It follows the revelations over the last few months of the US and other countries spying.

Their open appeal is called 'A Stand for Democracy in the Digital Age'. Among the signatories are Nobel laureates Orhan Pamuk, JM Coetzee, Elfriede Jelinek, G√ľnter Grass and Tomas Transtr√∂mer. (Read more)

- Offer a chorus of praise for voices now being raised to counteract the global surveillance of private citizens in every nation on the earth. Enough is enough! Praise God.

- "In everything, give thanks." (I Thessalonians 5:18)


6. 100 Lawmakers Meet - 'Convention Of States' Gaining Steam - The Blaze

Close to 100 state legislators from 32 states met at Mount Vernon, Va. over the weekend, to discuss amending the U.S. Constitution through a convention of the states. As outlined in Article five of the Constitution, state legislatures can propose and ratify additions to the "ultimate law of the land" through this amendment process. See what's being discussed and learn just how feasible it might be to amend the Constitution. (Read more)

- Offer praise for news of this new movement among the states. Originally, the federal authorities were designed to serve the needs of the states -- not the other way around. Lift up this new coalition, that they be granted God's wisdom in defining their mission, and in bringing it to a successful conclusion. Pray against any infiltrators that would seek to disrupt or weaken this plan. In Jesus' Name, amen.

- "I will instruct you and teach you in the way you should go; I will counsel you with my loving eye on you." (Psalm 32:8)


7. Atheists' Times Square Billboard: 'Who Needs Christ at Christmas? Nobody' - CNS News

Many on the left contest that conservatives have pulled the idea that there is a "War on Christmas" out of thin air. But even if American liberals deny that such a war is being waged, the country's leading atheist group, American Atheists has no qualms about firing a shot right across the bough of American Christians. (Read more)

- In these latter days, the condition of each man's soul is becoming more and more apparent each day. No longer must we "guess" at who knows our Lord, and who does not. Cry out to God on behalf of the lost souls reported in this article, for they are now lost and heading into an eternity, separated from our Lord. At the Cross, God paid the price for their fallen state; pray in agreement with His plan for salvation for each one. Pray!

- "Here is a trustworthy saying that deserves full acceptance: Christ Jesus came into the world to save sinners--of whom I am the worst." (I Timothy 1:15)


8. Putin dissolves state news agency, tightens grip on Russia media - Reuters

President Vladimir Putin tightened his control over Russia's media on Monday by dissolving the main state news agency and replacing it with an organization that is to promote Moscow's image abroad.

- The hand of tyranny is once again being revealed by Vladimir Putin's action. Pray for the safety of the citizens of Russia and lift up believers in that nation for protection. May our nation not follow suit. In Jesus' Name, amen.

- "If you believe, you will receive whatever you ask for in prayer." (Matthew 21:22)


9. Iran presses ahead with uranium enrichment technology - Reuters

Iran is moving ahead with testing more efficient uranium enrichment technology, a spokesman for its atomic energy agency said on Saturday, in news that may concern world powers who last month agreed a deal to curb Tehran's atomic activities.

- Lord, the more we try to make a deal with Iran, the more they rub it in our face! Take the blinders off the eyes of our officials. Let them see clearly. Give them insight into Iran's plans. In Jesus name, amen.

Now the heart of the king of Aram was enraged over this thing; and he called his servants and said to them, "Will you tell me which of us is for the king of Israel?" And one of his servants said, "No, my lord, O king; but Elisha, the prophet who is in Israel, tells the king of Israel the words that you speak in your bedroom."
(2 Kings 6:11,12)


The Middle East in Focus

The Middle East in Focus

This week, for all the headlines cited below, please join us in proclaiming THIS DECREE:

"You, O God, sent a plentiful rain, by which You sustained Your inheritance when it was weary." (Psalms 68:9)


1. Saudi intelligence chief met with Israeli officials in Geneva - Times of Israel

The director general of the Saudi Intelligence Agency, Prince Bandar Bin Sultan, met with the head of Mossad and several senior Israeli intelligence officials last month on the sidelines of the Geneva nuclear talks between the P5+1 world powers and Iran, according to the semi-official Iranian news agency Fars.


2. Germany selling Israel two guided missile destroyers - Times of Israel

Germany has signed a multimillion dollar arms deal with Israel, Germany's Bild newspaper reported Saturday.


3. Security establishment drafts new defense doctrine for threats to home front - Jerusalem Post

The security establishment has drawn up a new defense doctrine to better enable Israel to deal with threats to the civilian sector, senior military sources revealed on Sunday.


4. PLO: Palestinians won't accept current proposals from Israel - Jerusalem Post

The Palestinians can't accept any proposals or plans like the ones that are being suggested today; that solidify occupation and legalize the division of the Palestinian territories, the PLO Executive Committee announced Sunday.


5. Source: Peace talks to extend beyond allocated nine months - Ynet News

A source involved in peace talks between Israel and the Palestinians said negotiations will extend beyond the nine-month time-frame originally set out by US Secretary of State John Kerry.


6. Lapid: I won't let anyone derail the peace process - Jerusalem Post

Finance Minister Yair Lapid dropped a political bombshell on Sunday, discussing the importance of peace talks and hinting that the coalition would be better off without Bayit Yehudi.


7. Obama: Israeli-Palestinian deal possible, will be implemented in stages - Ha'aretz

U.S. President Barack Obama said on Saturday that a peace agreement between Israel and the Palestinians is possible, and would have to be implemented in stages.


8. Ya'alon: Every Iranian embassy in the world is a base for terrorism - Jerusalem Post

Defense Minister Moshe Ya'alon warned Monday that every Iranian embassy throughout the world also serves as a base for gathering intelligence and planning terror activities.


9. Israelis brace for frigid temperatures, escalating storms - Jerusalem Post

With an onslaught of torrential rains forecasted to continue, the country's residents will begin to brace themselves for the season's coldest temperatures yet, and possibly even snow later in the week. Precipitation, as well as unseasonably cool weather, will continue for the next several days, with temperatures dropping, and increasingly strong winds rendering flimsy umbrellas useless.


The Persecuted Church

Today's Focus: The Persecuted Church

"Deliver the poor and needy; Free them from the hand of the wicked."
(Psalm 82:4)


Mexico Sees Increase in Religious Freedom Violations - CSW

Christian Solidarity Worldwide is marking Human Rights Day on 10 December with the release of its latest report on freedom of religion or belief in Mexico, which finds a "significant" increase in religious freedom violations in the country in recent years.

The report launch will take place in Mexico tomorrow, co-ordinated by CSW's partner organisation, Impulso18. The report, which will be presented to federal and state government officials by Impulso18, highlights government inaction as a factor exacerbating the pervasive religious discrimination across the country: "Although root causes vary, many violations occur with impunity because of reluctance on the part of the state to involve itself in 'religious affairs' or to prosecute those responsible for criminal acts linked to religious freedom violations."

The effects of government inaction are often compounded by the Law of Uses and Customs, which gives significant autonomy to indigenous communities. "Local leaders try to enforce community uniformity in terms of religious practice and belief, compelling members of the community to participate in the religious activities of the majority or face punishment. Violations range in severity, but in the absence of government intervention, and because of a failure to hold the perpetrators to account, they all too often escalate to the point of destruction of property, arbitrary detention, forced displacement and violence."

The report recommends that "legal guarantees for freedom of religion and belief are upheld for all, and that where other laws apply, for example in communities governed by the Law of Uses and Customs, these be practised in accordance with the Mexican Constitution and its international human rights obligations."

Increased violence in Mexico stemming from organised crime results in religious groups facing violence from illegal cartels involved in drugs, arms and human trafficking, who "see churches as an attractive target for extortion and fronts for money laundering, and their leaders as threats to their influence and aims. Over the past few years the number of religious leaders under threat, including Catholic priests and Protestant pastors, has skyrocketed. Sadly, a significant number have been killed or kidnapped, though precise figures are difficult to obtain because of witnesses' fear of retaliation by those responsible." At least one Catholic parish has been effectively shut down after criminal groups threatened to kill any priest assigned to the church in the state of Michoacan.

CSW's Chief Executive Mervyn Thomas said, "The rise in religious freedom violations in Mexico is deeply worrying. As our report shows, the Mexican government has an important role to play, both in promoting and protecting freedom of religion or belief. We urge the Mexican government to end the culture of impunity for crimes relating to religious freedom violations. Violations of religious freedom are not and should not be a special category of crime that is exempt from prosecution. Action must also be taken to combat the threat of illegal armed groups, whose targeting of church leaders who refuse to cooperate with them on moral grounds has a chilling effect on religious freedom."


For more news about the Persecuted Church, and how you can be more involved in intercession for these precious saints, go here.


The Madison Report

The Madison Report

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THE MADISONIAN

The Week of December 9th-13th


Fellow Conservative Patriots,

As we enter "jam week" in Washington, conservatives must be vigilant of any last-minute deals to grow government. This is the last week of the year when both the House and Senate will be in session, creating an unpredictable environment for bad legislation to be jammed through before the end of session. We have a budget deal funding Obamacare, a farm bill growing corporate subsidies, a potential gun control bill, and end-of-year extensions of extra spending. There is an added concern this year with regard to last minute votes to confirm judges and other presidential appointees. Given that Democrats have abolished the filibuster on presidential appointees, they will have the opportunity to jam through a number of liberal judges and executive positions before the politicians eagerly run out of town for Christmas.


FY 2014 Budget Deal


The main legislative hype of the week is focused on the impending budget deal between House Budget Committee Chair Paul Ryan (R-WI) and Senate Budget Committee Chair Patty Murray (D-WA) - the leaders of the conference committee. However, for conservatives there is no suspense. The contours of the deal were already hashed out long ago. Despite the fact that Obamacare is much more unpopular now than during the last budget showdown, Republicans made it clear that they would never fight the law in the budget conference. Accordingly, Democrats went on offense and pushed for a suspension of the sequester spending cuts in addition to fully funding Obamacare.

Unfortunately, Republicans have shown a willingness to negotiate on the sequester, even though they have all the leverage (given that the default position is that the sequester takes effect January 15). The sequester would automatically lower the discretionary caps from an annualized level of $1.027 trillion to $967 billion. Murray and Ryan are on the cusp of a deal to increase spending by roughly $30-50 billion, bringing the total to over $1 trillion in discretionary budget authority. The remaining point of contention is over the source of offsetting revenue. Among other things, they plan to raise taxes on airline tickets, even at a time when travelers are already suffering from high costs.
Moreover, vitiating the sequester for 2014 will set the stage for abolishing the only spending cuts we've secured for the rest of the 10-year budget frame. Additionally, there might be more spending increases tacked onto the final agreement because, as we noted last week, Congress usually extends Medicare 'doc fix' at the end of every year. The annual fix to reimburse doctors for the underpayments under the government reimbursement rate, known as the SGR formula, could cost as much as $30 billion.
Conservatives should be prepared to oppose any budget deal that funds Obamacare and increases spending or taxes. It is likely that the conference committee will reach a preliminary deal but won't have time to vote on it until January. It would be best for conservatives to push for passage of each appropriations bill separately so we can isolate funding for the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) without shutting down the rest of the government.

The Daily Jot (Part One)

The Daily Jot (Part One):

Prophetic Consequences: Oppression at your door

Monday, December 9, 2013


Friday night, we went out to eat with a group of close friends. We passed down a couple of very rural roads on our way to the restaurant. It was dark and rainy. Around a bend all of a sudden a white SUV lit up like a Christmas tree. It was a Department of Homeland Security (DHS) "POLICE" vehicle. The vehicle was turning around to assist a driver who had run off the road. I wondered why a DHS police vehicle would be assisting in a local and very rural situation usually handled by local police and rescue. My investigation sent a chill down my spine. This White House has circumvented the Constitution and specific laws to establish a national police force similar to the SS and KGB.

According to the DHS website, "The Federal Protective Service (FPS) is a federal law enforcement agency that provides integrated security and law enforcement services to federally owned and leased buildings, facilities, properties and other assets. The FPS mission is to render federal properties safe and secure for federal employees, officials and visitors in a professional and cost effective manner by deploying a highly trained and multi-disciplined police force. ...FPS employs 1,225 federal staff (including 900 law enforcement security officers, criminal investigators, police officers, and support personnel) and 15,000 contract guard staff to secure over 9,000 buildings and safeguard their occupants."

DHS also has deployed Protective Security Advisors and Intelligence Officers to what it calls State Law Enforcement Fusion Centers at the state and local level to "assist and empower local law enforcement." The government uses operative words such as "integrated" and "other assets" to justify "assisting" local law enforcement by assuming authority through collaboration. The DHS website says: "FPS is organized to protect and serve...integrating intelligence gathering and sharing, and maintaining special operations capabilities all serve to make FPS a world-class security force." This results in police using cell towers and other high tech, military grade assets to spy on and intimidate you and me.
The US Constitution specifically enumerates the powers of government and the 10th Amendment requires that the powers not granted by the Constitution to the federal government are reserved to the states or the people. Further, the Posse Comitatius Act prevents the armed forces, except the Coast Guard, and the National Guard when taking action under state authority, from "executing the laws." DHS, IRS, CIA, FBI, and NSA are circumventing the Constitution all in the name of protection and justice. This curtails free speech, religious expression and privacy--in essence, it suppresses LIBERTY. This is the prophetic result of a nation turning away from God. Isaiah 59:14 says, "And justice is turned back, and righteousness stands afar off: for truth is fallen in the street, and equity cannot enter." We must pray, repent and act, or be enslaved.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!

Bill Wilson
www.dailyjot.com


The Daily Jot (Part Two)

The Daily Jot (Part Two):

The prophetic ramifications of fearing evil

Tuesday, December 10, 2013


Remember the journalist who exposed the My Lai Massacre and Abu Ghraib? Now Pulitizer Prize-winning journalist Seymour Hersh is reporting that the president lied to the American people about the sarin gas attack in Syria, placing the blame on the Syrian government rather than on the US-supported Syrian opposition. The Daily Jot reported the very same while the news was happening. The White House also lied about Benghazi, Fast and Furious, its connection with the Muslim Brotherhood and al Qaeda, spying on Americans and so on. Yes, politicians lie. But that is not an excuse to allow it. America is becoming and already has become a police state disguised as a free republic.

This means that in the not too distant future, your rights as a citizen will be challenged either legally or suppressed voluntarily by yourself, but in either case, your freedom will become oppression if the current trend continues. From the very beginning of mankind, God gave his creation freedom. He said in Genesis 1:28, "And God blessed them, and God said unto them, be fruitful, and multiply, and replenish the earth, and subdue it: and have dominion over the fish of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over every living thing that moves upon the earth." In God, in Christ, there is complete freedom. But man's fallen nature appears to be that he must be ruled and seek to rule.

The Founding Fathers established a government where a limited number of freedoms were given up for the protection of the people and the general welfare, the common good. But they knew the nature of fallen man and sought to limit government that our God-given freedom would not be oppressed. We have enumerated powers--that is, what is not specifically permitted, is prohibited. We have the Bill of Rights which grant us freedom of speech, religion, armed self defense, privacy from the government, protection from government taking life, liberty or property without due process, the right to confront witnesses, and so on. But this government has used fear of Islamic terrorism to abscond those rights.
We have here anti-christianity used as a means to oppress God's freedom. Many Christians see this as inevitable and, therefore, do not care. Others misinterpret the scriptures and believe they must submit to authority even if it is evil. I believe that we cannot stop the march of prophecy, but we can determine our place in it. No where in the Bible does it say that we should just give in to the darkness of the anti-Christ and allow evil to progress. In fact, just the opposite. America is the last true bastion of God's freedom.
The Lord said in Isaiah 41:10-13: "Fear not, for I am with you. Be not distressed; for I am your God. I will strengthen you; yea, I will help you; yea, I will uphold you with the right hand of my righteousness. Behold, all they that were incensed against you shall be ashamed and confounded: they shall be as nothing; and they that strive with you shall perish. You shall seek them, and shall not find them, even them that contended with you: they that war against you shall be as nothing, and as a thing of nought. For I the Lord thy God will hold your right hand, saying unto you, Fear not; I will help you." If we stand down and watch our God-given freedom being snuffed out, knowing well the truth, how will history judge us; moreover, how will we be judged in eternity?
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!

Bill Wilson
www.dailyjot.com


Who is Nelson Mandela?

Fundamentally Freund: Misrepresenting Mandela

By MICHAEL FREUND, The Jerusalem Post

December 10, 2013


Mandela was flawed human being, full of contradictions and shortcomings, a man who alternately extolled violence and reconciliation.

Imagine a person who planned acts of sabotage and incited violence, resulting in the deaths of innocent civilians and damage to public property. . . A man who embraced brutal dictators throughout the Third World, such as Libya's Gaddafi and Cuba's Castro, singing their praises and defending them publicly even as they trampled on the rights and lives of their own people. . . A person who hugged Yasser Arafat at the height of the intifada, hailed Puerto Rican terrorists who shot US Congressmen, and penned a book entitled, How to be a good Communist.

Picture all this and, believe it or not, you will be staring at a portrait of Nelson Mandela.

The death of the South African statesman last week has elicited an outpouring of tributes around the world, with various leaders and media outlets vying to outdo one another in their praise of the man.

Highlighting his principled stand against apartheid, and his firm determination to erect a new, post-racial and color-blind South Africa, many observers have hailed Mandela in glowing terms, as though he were a saint free of blemish and clean of sin.

But such accolades not only miss the mark, they distort history in a dangerous and damaging way and betray the legacy of Mandela himself.

. . . Shortly after his release from prison in February 1990, he publicly embraced PLO chairman Yasser Arafat while on a visit to Lusaka, Zambia. The move came barely a month after a series of letter-bombs addressed to Jewish and Christian leaders were discovered at a Tel Aviv post office.

Three months later, on May 18, 1990, Mandela decided to pay a visit to Libya, where he gratefully accepted the International Gaddafi Prize for Human Rights from dictator Col. Muammar Gaddafi, whom he referred to as "our brother."

While there, Mandela told journalists, "The ANC has, on numerous occasions, maintained that the PLO is our comrade in arms in the struggle for the liberation of our respective countries. We fully support the combat of the PLO for the creation of an independent Palestinian state."

. . . Now you might be wondering: why is any of this important? It matters for the same reason that the historical record matters: to provide us and future generations with lessons to be learned and pitfalls to be avoided.

By painting Mandela solely in glowing terms and ignoring his violent record, the media and others are falsifying history and concealing the truth.

They are putting on a pedestal a man who excused the use of violence against civilians and befriended those with blood on their hands.

By all means, celebrate the transformation that Mandela brought about in his country, the freedom and liberties that he upheld, and the process of reconciliation that he oversaw. But to gloss over or ignore his failings and flaws is hagiography, not history.

And that is something Mandela himself would not have wanted.

In 1999, after he stepped down as South African president after one term in office, he said, "I wanted to be known as Mandela, a man with weaknesses, some of which are fundamental, and a man who is committed, but nevertheless, sometimes he fails to live up to expectations."

Sure, we all need heroes, figures who seem to soar above our natural human limitations and inspire us to strive for greatness. But Mandela was not Superman. He was neither born on Krypton nor did he wear a large letter "S" on his chest along with a red cape.

He was a flawed human being, full of contradictions and shortcomings, a man who alternately extolled violence and reconciliation according to whether it suited his purposes to do so.

And that is how it would be best to remember him.

(Excerpts . . . to read the full article, go here.)

The Good News Corner

The Good News Corner:

Tennessee Community to Revisit Domestic Partner Ordinance


In just two weeks, the people of Chattanooga provided more than enough signatures to place a domestic partner ordinance on next year's ballot.

This means voters could revisit a recently passed measure that would allow same-sex partners of city employees to receive the same health benefits as married couples. The city council approved the ordinance last month with a 5-4 vote. It would also allow heterosexual couples - who are not married - to receive these same benefits.
David Fowler, president of the Family Action Council of Tennessee, told CitizenLink the measure would "diminish and devalue marriage." (Read more)

Worship With Us Today!

"What Child Is This?"

Sung by The Choir of King's College, Cambridge


What child is this who, laid to rest,
on Mary's lap is sleeping?
Whom angels greet with anthems sweet,
while shepherds watch are keeping?

Refrain:

This, this is Christ the King,
whom shepherds guard and angels sing;
haste, haste to bring him laud,
the babe, the son of Mary.

2. Why lies he in such mean estate
where ox and ass are feeding?
Good Christians, fear, for sinners here
the silent Word is pleading.
(Refrain)

3. So bring him incense, gold, and myrrh,
come, peasant, king, to own him;
the King of kings salvation brings,
let loving hearts enthrone him.
(Refrain)

[Please enjoy today's selection by going here.]

Pray for the Harvest!

Pray for the Harvest!

"Do you not say, 'Four months more and then the harvest'? I tell you, open your eyes and look at the fields! They are ripe for harvest." (John 4:35)


Every day, in every nation on earth, tens of thousands of men and women are making decisions for Christ. Now, you can monitor this amazing fact online by literally "watching" as these souls are born again into the Kingdom.

Of course, the identities of those who are coming to the Lord are never revealed, but our God knows who they are! Join us as we monitor these "names" daily, praying over each one to be mentored and to grow in his or her faith . . . even in these perilous times. You may visit either or both of the sites below, to pray for fields that are ripe for harvest.


> > > OPTION ONE: AboutJesus.net

Go here!

> > > OPTION TWO: The Great Commission Map!

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