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The Daily Brief:
"Praying for All in Authority"
Thursday, June 4, 2015

"And when these things begin to come to pass, then look up, and lift up your heads; for your redemption draws near." (Luke 21:28)

A Rainbow Over the Supreme Court
This photo of the front of the Supreme Court was taken the night before the hearings on gay marriage:

Monday, April 27, at sunset. Please remain with us in prayer over the pending decision on traditional marriage until the verdict has been rendered.

" . . . from the beginning of the creation God made them male and female. . . What therefore God hath joined together, let not man put asunder." (Mark 10: 6,9)

Thank You, Lord, for watching over this Court. In Jesus' name, amen.

The Middle East in Focus

"Though the mountains be shaken and the hills be removed, yet my unfailing love for you will not be shaken nor my covenant of peace be removed," says the LORD, who has compassion on you." (Isaiah 54:10)

1. Israeli planes strike Gaza after rockets hit Israel - Times of Israel

Israeli Air Force planes bombed three targets in the Gaza Strip after midnight on Thursday, shortly after rockets fired from the Hamas-controlled territory hit southern Israel.

The IDF confirmed three airstrikes on the Gaza Strip. Spokesman Lt. Col. Peter Lerner said in a statement that the Israeli military "will act against the aggression, will act against those that wish to terrorize Israel and will act to protect Israelis in the line of indiscriminate Gaza rocket fire".

A Hamas media report said one airstrike targeted a Hamas military training ground in the central Gaza Strip and another hit targets in the southern city of Khan Yunis. There were no immediate confirmations of casualties in the attacks.

Reports just after midnight attributed another explosion near the Gaza City marina to an Israeli airstrike, but Gaza news outlets then said it wasn't caused by Israeli action. (Read more)

2. Israel Fears Breakup of Syria -

Israeli Deputy Chief of Staff Maj. Gen. Yair Golan, who previously headed the Northern Command, addressed a Tel Aviv University conference June 1 to mark 30 years since the Israel Defense Forces' establishment of the security zone in southern Lebanon.

He said, "From a strategic perspective, our situation in the northern arena may be better than ever." On the other hand, Golan added that Hezbollah now possesses formidable, unparalleled capabilities that no other terrorist organization ever had, and is capable of threatening all of Israel's population centers. Oh, and that the Islamic State could develop into a "disturbing future threat." He added, "The Syrian army has, for all intents and purposes, ceased to exist." (Read more)

3. With Syria crumbling, Israel's security situation has never been better - Jerusalem Post

Deputy IDF Chief of Staff Maj.-Gen. Yair Golan said Monday that Israel's security situation on the northern border has improved as a result of the Syrian civil war, which has served to drain the blood of Hezbollah.

This notion was strengthened yesterday by a very senior security official. Both spoke about the situations in Syria and Lebanon. Regarding Lebanon, despite inflammatory remarks made recently by Hassan Nasrallah warning Israel that if another war broke out it would suffer a major blow, the Israeli intelligence estimate is that Hezbollah has weakened and would not dare initiating hostilities with Israel. (Read more)

4. Amid quiet in south, IDF and Hamas intensively prepare for next round - Jerusalem Post

Last summer, the agricultural fields of Eshkol and Sdot Negev regions, near the Gaza border, were battle grounds that were filled with military vehicles, booming artillery guns, non-stop Hamas projectiles and tunnel attacks.

Today, these farming districts are in full, peaceful bloom. Green fields host tractors, not tanks; farmers work their crops, and a pastoral calm has descended. Today, the military is largely out of sight, but not out of mind. Like Hamas nearby, the IDF is very much still here, and both are quietly preparing for the possibility that this fragile quiet shatters. (Read more)

5. Netanyahu Warns Iranian Nuclear Deal Far More Dangerous than ISIS - The Algemeiner

A bad nuclear deal with Iran is far more dangerous than the threat posed by the Islamic State, Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said according to NRG on Tuesday.

In a visit today to Home Front Command, the prime minister said he was impressed by improvements in the field, but challenges - particularly from Iran - were constantly piling up around Israel. (Read more)

6. Rampant anti-Semitism is being taught twice a week at the Al-Aqsa Mosque, located on the Temple Mount - the holiest site in Judaism. - Israel National News

Sheikh Khaled Al-Mughrabi holds bi-weekly classes at the mosque, and a video of his class from last Friday translated by Palestinian Media Watch (PMW) reveals him demonizing the Jewish people and the Jewish religion in classic Western and Muslim anti-Semitic tropes.

In the video Al-Mughrabi makes a wide variety of outlandish claims and spouts a range of conspiracy theories in accusing Judaism of paganism, human sacrifice and devil worship, all of which directly contradict Jewish texts and theology. (Read more and view the video here.)

7. Mobile giant Orange seeking to join Israel boycott, CEO says - Times of Israel

The chief executive officer of French mobile phone giant Orange said he would end his company's relationship with an Israeli operator that pays to use its name "tomorrow" if he could, but that to do so would be a "huge risk" in terms of penalties.

Speaking Wednesday at a news conference in Cairo laying out the company's plans for the years ahead in Egypt, Stephane Richard said that his company's intention is to withdraw the Orange brand from Israel as soon as possible, but that the move would take time. (Read more)

8. Israeli ministers take boycott efforts head on - Israel Hayom

The government has decided to increase its efforts to prevent academic, consumer, cultural and sports boycotts against Israel, with several ministers taking the lead in what has become a diplomatic priority.

The Palestinian Authority and various pro-Palestinian groups worldwide are urging boycotts against Israel over the stalled peace process. The Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions Movement, for example, is waging a global campaign seeking to increase economic and political pressure on Israel through such measures. (Read more)

9. One million to mark anniversary of three teens' killing as Unity Day
- Times of Israel

The first anniversary of the deaths of Naftali Fraenkel, Gil-ad Shaer and Eyal Yifrach, the Israeli teenagers kidnapped and killed by Palestinian terrorists last summer, is being marked on Wednesday with a Unity Day.

A million individuals throughout Israel and in Jewish communities in 20 different countries are expected to participate in unity-themed gatherings and educational programs. A conference on issues that emerged from the events of the summer of 2014 will take place in Jerusalem, and the first annual Jerusalem Unity Prize will be awarded to individuals and organizations identified as leaders in promoting Jewish unity in Israel or in strengthening Israel-Diaspora ties. (Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. S. Korea reports third death from MERS outbreak- Yahoo News

South Korea on Thursday reported its third death from an outbreak of the MERS virus that has infected dozens of people, seen hundreds of schools closed and caused thousands to cancel travel plans.

More than 900 schools, from kindergartens to colleges, have now shut their gates and the government's MERS hotline took more than 3,000 calls on Wednesday as public fears have grown.

(Read More)

- Lord, we bind up this MERS disease and the fear it has generated, and command it to stop where it is, and go no farther in the Mighty Name of Jesus and by the power of His shed Blood.

- "And whatever you bind on earth will be bound in heaven, and whatever you loose on earth will be loosed in heaven." (Matthew 16:19)

2. At least 76 killed in Ghana gas station blast-CNN

At least 76 people have died in an explosion at a gas station in Accra, Ghana's capital, the country's fire service said Thursday.

The agency added that more bodies are yet to be retrieved.

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- Father, we pray for Your Spirit to hover over the nation of Ghana and touch the hearts of all the families involved in this tragedy.

-"In the day of my trouble, I sought the Lord" (Psalm 77:2a)

3. Heartbreaking: 5 Confirmed Dead, Over 400-Mostly Older Tourists-Still Missing, after Chinese Cruise Ship Capsizes-The Gospel Herald

A massive rescue effort is currently underway to find anyone who survived the capsizing of the Eastern Star, which overturned on the Yangtze River during a storm Monday night with 458 people aboard, the official Xinhua News Agency said.

The ship was on a pleasure cruise along a stretch of the Yangtze that winds through central China's Hubei province when it was caught in a cyclone, causing it to sink within two minutes. Over 24 hours after the Evening Star capsized, only 15 survivors and five bodies had been recovered as rescuers battled darkness and intermittent rain, CNN reported.

(Read more)

- Lord, we pray for Your comfort for the families of those who have died in this horrific accident. We ask that Your Spirit move over the hearts of the people of China, drawing them to Yourself.

-"Yea though I walk through the valley of the shadow of death, I will fear no evil; For You are with me; Your rod and Your staff, they comfort me."(Psalm 23:4)

4. US officials warn no way to monitor ISIS' online encrypted messages - Fox News

With ISIS distributing its propaganda and recruiting messages to as many as 200,000 people on social media worldwide, U.S. officials warned Wednesday there is no way to monitor their online encrypted communications. The officials, appearing before the House Homeland Security Committee, said while there are only several thousand hardcore ISIS propagandists, technology was complicating efforts to monitor them.

"There are 200-plus social media companies. Some of these companies build their business model around end-to-end encryption," said Michael Steinbach, head of the FBI's counterterrorism division. "There is no ability currently for us to see that" communication, he said. "We're past going dark in certain instances. We are dark," he added.

(Read more)

- Lord, we know that our trust must be in You for our safety in these last days. We know Your pathways are just and these wicked people will not prosper always.

-"but the wicked will fall by his own wickedness" (Proverbs 11:5)

5. Obama just tossed away his last card on Iran's nukes - NY Post

As the June 30 deadline for the Iran nuclear deal approaches, President Obama is putting all his cards on the table - by announcing he is keeping no cards in his hand. In an astonishing interview with Israel's Channel 2, the president declared that "the best way to prevent Iran from having a nuclear weapon is a verifiable, tough agreement.

"A military solution will not fix it, even if the United States participates. It would temporarily slow down an Iranian nuclear program, but it would not eliminate it."

(Read more)

- Father, this man's non-strategy places the world at risk. By standing in a position of no strength, he shows weakness. We pray that somehow You will be the strength for America and Israel, and send Your Angelic Host to guard us from potential attacks.

-"Behold I send an Angel before you to keep you in the way and to bring you into the place which I have prepared." (Exodus 23:20)

6. U.S. plan to cede Internet domain control on track: ICANN head - Reuters

A controversial Obama administration plan to cede oversight of the non-profit that manages the Internet's infrastructure is on track to gain government approval by next year's presidential elections, the organization's chief said in an interview. Some Republican lawmakers have raised concerns about the plan to hand over the stewardship of the Internet Corporation for Assigned Names and Numbers (ICANN) to a global multi-stakeholder body, worried that it may allow other countries to capture control.

But ICANN CEO Fadi Chehadé said such opposition was fading and that some opponents would come around once they see the accountability mechanisms and other assurances put in place. "I think they see now that this is actually a good thing for the Internet. The fragmentation of the Internet is bad for everyone," he said. "I'm never comfortable, but I am optimistic and I believe that all interests are now aligned... Everybody sees that this makes sense."

(Read more)

- Father, the internet is a huge tool for Your Kingdom, and we pray that You will not allow anything or anyone to destroy the freedom on it. We ask that You make seeing eyes blind, and make blind eyes see.

- "For in the time of trouble He shall hide me in His pavilion; in the secret place of His Tabernacle He shall hide me" (Psalm 26:5)

7. Pentagon: Number of anthrax shipments accidentally shipped, doubles - Fox News

The number of shipments of potentially live anthrax spores sent by mistake over the past decade now stands at 51 - double the number estimated by officials last week. What's worse is that it may go even higher, Pentagon officials said Wednesday. "We expect this number may rise," Deputy Defense Secretary Robert Work said during a Pentagon press briefing.

There are no suspected or confirmed cases. The anthrax spores that survived irradiation are "too low to contaminate healthy individuals." Additional officials, who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity, said it's possible that shipments were sent to more than four dozen laboratories in the U.S. and abroad.

(Read more)

- Father, we stand firmly on Your healing power, that none of these spores will cause anyone to become ill.

- "nothing shall by any means hurt you." (Luke 10:19b)

8. Christian Universities Could Lose Tax-Exempt Status If Supreme Court Rules in Favor of Same-Sex Marriage, Sen. Mike Lee Warns- Christian Post

Senator Mike Lee, R-Utah, addressed concerns that faith-based schools and institutions would be at risk of losing their tax-exempt status for upholding their biblical belief of traditional marriage if the U.S. Supreme Court delivers a pro-gay marriage ruling this month.

At a Wednesday press conference held in the senator's Capitol Hill office, Lee, along with prominent members of the evangelical higher education community, voiced concern over comments made in the Supreme Court's oral argument in April by the Obama administration's lead attorney, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli.

Lee explained that Verrilli, who testified as a friend of the court on April 28 in favor of making same-sex marriage a national right, was asked by Justice Samuel Alito whether or not making same-sex marriage a constitutional right would allow for the IRS to revoke the tax-exempt statuses of faith-based schools and universities that choose not to recognize same-sex marriage because of their biblical convictions.

"The response uttered by Solicitor General Verrilli was troubling to say the very least. He responded by saying 'I don't deny that. I don't deny that, Justice Alito. It is going to be an issue,'" Lee explained. "He reiterated this response basically four times that this is going to be an issue that he doesn't deny that this is a very real possibility, if not a probability.

(Read More)

- Father, our nation has lost its way, and the detestable things they are doing have grown overwhelming. We call for Your mercy, grace, and power- for You have promised never to abandon us. We pray that the SCOTUS will find Your Wisdom and not redefine marriage.

-"Forsake foolishness and live, and go in the way of understanding." (Proverbs 9:6)

9. Pastor Saeed Abedini's Wife to Congress: 'We Are a Family Torn Apart,' but 'Jesus Hasn't Abandoned Us'- Christian Post

The wife of American pastor Saeed Abedini, who has been imprisoned in Iran for nearly three years because he held a Bible study, told Congress on Tuesday that despite being separated from both her husband and her children, Jesus has not abandoned her torn-apart family.

Speaking at a House Foreign Affairs Committee hearing on Americans currently imprisoned in Iran, Naghmeh Abedini explained that since her husband was detained in 2012 and sentenced to eight years in Iranian prison in 2013, she has needed to leave their two elementary-aged children at home while she has travelled across the globe to push for her husband's release.

"Most mornings like today, I wake up in a new hotel in a new city or country and am reminded of my new reality - a reality that includes lonely airports and empty hotel rooms," Abedini explained in her testimony. "This pain of this journey without my husband has only increased as I have had to frequently leave my children to advocate for my husband's release. The reality is, we are a family torn apart.

(Read More)

- Lord, we call for Your mercy over this family that has waited so long for justice. Pastor Saeed is Your servant, and we ask for his release- only You can move the hearts of men toward justice.

-"He also brought me up out of a horrible pit, out of the miry clay, and set my feet upon a rock, and established my steps." (Psalm 40:2)

The Daily Jot

Islamic revolution to overthrow US begins Boston?

The FBI had been investigating Usaamah Abdullah Rahim and Dawud Sharif (David) Wright, both residing in Massachusetts, for several federal criminal offenses, including terrorism. The investigation became very public June 2 in Boston when Rahim attacked police officers with a military knife and was shot dead. Conspiracy theories aside, the Boston Marathon bombing and the details surrounding this incident could well represent a pattern emerging in America where Islam is beginning a revolution, a jihad, to take over America using violent force. Rahim and Wright, according to the FBI affidavit filed by Special Agent J. Joseph Galietta, were plotting to behead activist Pamela Geller.

Geller, President of the American Freedom Defense Initiative, found herself in the national spotlight last month when an off-duty police officer working security thwarted an attack at her organization's contest for Prophet Mohammed drawings in Garland, Texas. Since then, the Islamic State (IS) has vowed to kill Geller. CNN reports that officials believe the 26 year old Rahim was radicalized by IS. Geller told CNN, "They targeted me for violating Sharia blasphemy laws. They mean to kill everyone who doesn't do their bidding and abide by their law voluntarily. This is a showdown for American freedom. Will we stand against this savagery or bow down to them and silence ourselves?"

FBI Agent Galietta's affidavit states that the FBI intercepted a phone call between Rahim and his accomplice Wright where Rahim expressed that he was going to attack police officers instead of Geller because they were the easiest targets and that he didn't want to wait so long to behead Geller. Rahim was recorded as saying, "Yeah, I'm going to be on vacation right here in Massachusetts...I'm just going to ah go after them, those boys in blue. Cause, ah, it's the easiest target and, ah, the most common is the easiest for me..." Galientta stated that "going on vacation" was code for committing a jihadist act. The affidavit states that shortly after the conversation Rahim attacked the police officers and was fatally shot.

The FBI affidavit states that Wright admitted to a Sunday meeting with Rahim and a third person in Rhode Island, and "at that meeting, RAHIM told WRIGHT and the third person that he was going to behead the intended victim in another state. WRIGHT indicated that he agreed with RAHIM's plan and supported it." Islam's intent is to takeover the US. It is a showdown for freedoms of speech and religion. While there are Islamic colonies across the US, the beginning of an Islamic revolution ironically appears to be fomenting in Boston. Jeremiah 51 speaks of God's vengeance on Babylon for the violence done to the Lord. Verse 14 says, "Surely I will fill thee with men, as with locusts, and they shall lift up a battle cry against thee." We must work harder to let our light shine before men to honor our Father in heaven lest the darkness prevail.

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

Obama Bashes Bibi

Obama Bashes Bibi

As we noted in yesterday's report, President Obama recently addressed members of the Adas Israel Congregation in Washington, D.C., and he sat down for interviews with Israeli media. This is all part of an orchestrated charm offensive in advance of the June 30th deadline for a nuclear deal with Iran and the subsequent vote in Congress.

The president's comments may not help his cause. For example, during an interview with Israel's Channel 2 network that aired yesterday, Obama squarely laid the blame for the failure of the peace process on Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu.

Obama said that Netanyahu put "so many caveats, so many conditions" on talks with the Palestinian Authority "that it is not realistic to think that those conditions would be met any time in the near future. The danger here is that Israel as a whole loses credibility."

On Sunday Netanyahu said this: "I remain committed to the idea that the only way we can achieve a lasting peace is through the concept of two states for two peoples -- a demilitarized Palestinian state that recognizes the Jewish nation state of Israel."

Exactly what are the conditions Obama is objecting to?

Let's be absolutely clear: It is not Israel that is refusing to talk. It is the Palestinians who won't talk because they refuse to recognize Israel's right to exist!

The Palestinians also continue to demand one half of Jerusalem. No one has explained how Israel will exist with one half of its capital in the hands of its enemies. It would be like ISIS demanding half of Washington, D.C.

Another issue on which the Palestinian Authority refuses to budge is the so-called "right of return" -- the demand that people who have never lived in Israel be allowed to move there. It is akin to the nonsensical open borders policy that many leftists demand of America. It would demographically bury Israel.

Yet knowing all of this, President Obama has the chutzpah to go on Israeli TV to blame Israel's leader for having too many unrealistic conditions for talks.

But Obama wasn't done. After accusing Netanyahu of sabotaging talks with the Palestinians, Obama once again threatened to punish Israel by withholding U.S. support at the United Nations, including allowing the U.N. to vote on Palestinian statehood. (Gary Bauer)

Educators School Congress on Rights

Educators School Congress on Rights

First comes love, then comes marriage, then comes... the end of religious liberty? That's what plenty of faith-based groups are worried about, now that the Supreme Court is weeks away from potentially writing the epilogue to the First Amendment rights of millions of religious Americans. In the quote heard 'round the world from the Supreme Court arguments on same-sex "marriage," the President's top lawyer, Solicitor General Donald Verrilli confirmed everyone's worst fears -- that the government would use a liberal ruling as a weapon to use against Christians.

Asked if religious schools could lose their tax-exempt status for holding a natural view of marriage, Verrilli was surprisingly candid. "...[I]t's certainly going to be an issue. I don't deny that, Justice Alito. It is going to be an issue." If the Court invents a constitutional reason to redefine marriage, one bad decision could trigger dozens more. Charitable statuses, tax benefits, government contracts, accreditation, professional licenses, grants, social service programs, and more could fall like dominos if the justices err.
As time ticks down to judgment day, faith leaders are starting to see the writing on the IRS wall. Worried about "far-reaching implications," more than 70 educators from religiously-affiliated schools are sounding the alarm to Congress that the marriage ruling could threaten the more than 30,000 faith-based schools and universities across America. In an open letter to Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell (R-Ky.) and Speaker John Boehner (R-Ohio), they ask for a legislative shield from the Obama administration's hostility -- should the Court topple tradition.
Today, a handful of those educators joined FRC and Senator Mike Lee (R-Utah) for a press conference to express their deep concerns about the storms brewing for freedom. "If the government could revoke the tax-exempt status of such schools, what is to prevent other forms of government discrimination such as revoking grants or contracts or funding for services unrelated to marriage?" they write. "It is out of concern that schools adhering to traditional religious and moral values could lose tax-exempt status that we urge support for the Government Non-Discrimination Act, which would ensure that the federal government cannot discriminate or take action against private entities because they act in accordance with a moral or religious belief that marriage is between a man and a woman."
The measure, which was filed in the 113th Congress, is set to be reintroduced in the 114th with help from First Amendment champions like Senator Lee. If the Obama administration believes, as its head of Equal Opportunity Commission does -- that sexual license trumps religious liberty -- then America is in for an even rockier road. As our own Travis Weber said outside of the Capitol earlier today, "Over the past year, the Obama administration has made clear it will use any possible method -- whether contracting, grants, school funding, and now tax exempt status -- to establish and enforce its view of morality on the private religious sphere by redefining marriage. If the court [mandates] it as a constitutional right, the impact will be significant. Religious organizations must be left free to determine their own beliefs, which cannot be co-opted by the state." (Family Research Council)

Our Grandmothers' Songs

Songs Our Grandmothers Sang:


"Who is this . . . fair as the moon, bright as the sun, majestic as the stars?" (Song of Solomon 6:10)


Fairest Lord Jesus, ruler of all nature,
O thou of God and man the Son,
Thee will I cherish, Thee will I honor,
thou, my soul's glory, joy, and crown.

Fair are the meadows, fairer still the woodlands,
robed in the blooming garb of spring:
Jesus is fairer, Jesus is purer
who makes the woeful heart to sing.

Fair is the sunshine, fairer still the moonlight,
and all the twinkling starry host:
Jesus shines brighter, Jesus shines purer
than all the angels heaven can boast.

Beautiful Savior! Lord of all the nations!
Son of God and Son of Man!
Glory and honor, praise, adoration,
now and forevermore be thine.


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Music: Ri­chard S. Will­is, 1842

Signs and Wonders

Indonesia Raises Alert Status of Volcano to Highest Level

Indonesia's has raised the alert status of Sinabung volcano in the western part of the country to the highest level following a sharp increase in activity, an official said Wednesday.

The 2,600-meter (8,530-foot) -high mountain in North Sumatra province has sporadically erupted since September 2013 after being inactive for three years.

The volcano's status was raised to the highest alert level before midnight Tuesday, said national disaster management agency spokesman Sutopo Purwo Nugroho. The level means an eruption is possible within days.

He said the volcano's increased activity the past two days had made it unstable.

The agency urged residents living within a radius of 7 kilometers (4 miles) south and southeast of the crater to evacuate.

The volcano had been dormant for four centuries before springing to life in August 2010, killing two people and forcing 30,000 to flee. An eruption in February 2014 killed 16 people.

Mount Sinabung is among more than 120 active volcanoes in Indonesia, which is prone to seismic upheaval due to its location on the Pacific "Ring of Fire," an arc of volcanoes and fault lines encircling the Pacific Basin. (ABC News) Read more.

- Father God, we lift up all who are now in the path of this dangerous volcano. We ask that You would cause each one to heed these warnings, and to evacuate while there is yet time. We ask this in the name of Jesus Christ, our Lord, amen and amen.

- "And all things you ask in prayer, believing, you will receive." (Matthew 21:22)

"There will be signs in the sun, moon and stars. On the earth, nations will be in anguish and perplexity at the roaring and tossing of the sea." (Luke 21:25)

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