CHPP Daily Brief: "Praying for All in Authority" Wednesday, October 26, 2016
The Prayer Canopy will convene tonight
at 6:30 p.m. to join in prayer with the
Black Robe Regiment at the Family
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Capitol Hill Prayer Partners
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Herndon, VA 20172-1970
"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
"Standing Together in the Kingdom of God . . .
Under the Cross of Christ"
"No one who hopes in you will ever be put to shame, but shame will come on those
who are treacherous without cause." (Psalm 25:3)
Voter Fraud Alert
ALERT . . . ALERT . . . ALERT . . . HIGH ALERT!
Voter Fraud Alert:
And what YOU can do to fix this!
I just got a call from Dallas Country Republican Headquarters asking me to send this information out ASAP:
There are places reporting that Republican votes are being cast as Democrat votes!!! It was reported yesterday in Amarillo, and today in Arlington and College Station. More than likely a lot of places.
THIS IS WHAT YOU ARE TO DO. WHEN VOTING AND BEFORE YOU CONFIRM YOUR BALLOT, GO BACK TO THE BEGINNING OF THE BALLOT TO SEE IF IT IS VOTING THE WAY YOU INTENDED.
IF IT IS NOT: Here are three steps you must take to ensure that your vote is correctly recorded.
1. CALL THE ELECTION JUDGE TO SEE WHAT IS HAPPENING. STAND AT THE MACHINE UNTIL THEY COME TO SEE WHAT YOU ARE TALKING ABOUT.
2. DO NOT WALK AWAY FROM THE MACHINE TO GET HELP!!
3. WRITE DOWN THE MACHINE NUMBER, THE TIME OF DAY, AND DATE THAT IT IS HAPPENING.
> > > PLEASE FORWARD TO EVERY PERSON YOU HAVE ON YOUR LIST TO LET THEM KNOW WHAT IS HAPPENING.
TAKE ACTION TO SECURE YOUR OWN VOTE!
[A private source in Texas]
The Middle East in Focus
1. Are Native Americans Part of the Ten Lost Tribes? - Breaking Israel News
When Europeans first glimpsed Native Americans more than 400 years ago, many were convinced they had discovered the Lost Tribes of Israel. At closer look, the connections are astounding. This hidden association has taken on greater importance recently as the two nations face similar threats, and perhaps even a common Messianic vision quest.
Unmistakable traces of Jewish prayer echo in the voice of Joseph Riverwind, the Amahura (war chief) of the Northern Arawak Nation, the indigenous peoples of South America and Caribbean, as he sings, "Shema, shema, nayena, popaska hoya yah". He translated this ancient Native American song for Breaking Israel News:
"Listen, listen, people, as you gather together, we will dance before the creator." This is strongly reminiscent of the Jewish prayer, Shema, which literally means 'hear'.
2. UNESCO Set to Vote Again on Whether Jerusalem is Jewish or Muslim - Breaking Israel News
Following the passing of a contentious resolution denying any Jewish connection to the Temple Mount or Western Wall in Jerusalem, another body within the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) is set to vote on a similar statement declaring the sites holy to Muslims alone.
While Israeli officials and diplomats are working hard to convince member states on the World Heritage Committee (WHC) to redeem UNESCO's credibility by voting against the blatant insult to the Bible, documented history, and scientific archaeology, the resolution is expected to pass easily after the success of its predecessor. The vote will be taken Wednesday.
Entitled "Old City of Jerusalem and its Walls", the new resolution shares similar language with the first, referring to the Temple Mount - the holiest site in Judaism, as it once housed the Jewish Temples - as "Al-Aqsa Mosque/Al-Haram Al-Sharif" and defining it as "a Muslim holy site of worship."
3. PA warns UNESCO members they'd better support upcoming Jerusalem vote - Times of Israel
As another UNESCO vote on a resolution that omits Jewish ties to the Temple Mount in Jerusalem nears, the Palestinian delegation to the organization has threatened the international community, allegedly saying it will introduce text even harsher toward Israel if the resolution does not get full support from the world body.
On Wednesday, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization's World Heritage Committee, currently convening in Paris, is set to vote on the text, which deals with alleged Israeli violations in Jerusalem's Old City and is similar to a controversial resolution passed by the body's executive board earlier this month.
In a letter sent to the 21 member countries of the World Heritage Committee on Monday, the Palestinian and Jordanian delegations to UNESCO argue that they had made great efforts "to keep on the Jerusalem Decision consensual language" and that it had been endorsed by all members of the committee.
4. Abbas ousts parliamentarian from Fatah - Jerusalem Post
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas ousted parliamentarian Jihad Tummaleh from his Fatah faction on Saturday.
"Jihad Tummaleh is expelled from Fatah," read an official Fatah memo.
Tummaleh was elected to the Palestinian Legislative Council in 2006 to represent Ramallah and its twin city, El-Bireh.
The memo, which included Abbas's signature, did not detail the reason for Tummaleh's expulsion, but stated that the "Tajannuh Committee," which was established in 2011 to investigate members of Fatah allied with Abbas's rival Muhammad Dahlan, recommended it.
5. Palestinian campaign vs Balfour shows hostility to Jewish state undimmed after 100 years - Times of Israel
Hidden away at the British Library - available for viewing only by special permission - is the original Balfour Declaration, foreign secretary Arthur James Balfour's short but oh-so-resonant century-old letter of British government intent to revive Jewish sovereignty in the Holy Land. Also preserved, in an elegant folders kept under lock and key, is an earlier draft of the Declaration, a version that was circulated to various officials for their responses and possible amendments before the final text was issued on November 2, 1917.
Even after deciding on the legitimacy of the Zionist cause - and assessing its potential advantage to British interests - the Brits, as the various drafts of the Declaration make plain, recognized the spectacular sensitivities and potential repercussions of the decision to "view with favour the establishment in Palestine of a national home for the Jewish people."
From the get-go, the British sought to square the circle - to restore Jewish statehood in the only place on earth where the Jewish people had ever been sovereign, but to do so while preserving the rights of the other communities living in the Holy Land. That effort to realize Jewish sovereign rights while also legitimizing the claims of the Arab peoples here was maintained when Britain ended its mandate and the UN in 1947 recommended partition - a revived Jewish state alongside a first-ever Palestinian state.
The Daily Brief
Every prayer below is presented to our Lord in the Name of Jesus Christ, amen.
1.Carter suspends Pentagon's demand of the return of cash bonuses to California soldiers - Fox News
Secretary of Defense Ash Carter announced Wednesday that he was ordering the Pentagon to suspend its efforts to recover decade-old reenlistment bonuses paid to thousands of California Army National Guard soldiers who fought in Iraq and Afghanistan.
About 2,000 soldiers were recently told they had to repay the cash bonuses that, in some cases, amounted to $15,000 or more.
Carter said there was a process in place to assist soldiers who sought relief of such obligations, and in this case, "hundreds" of Guard members have already sought and have been granted relief.
"But that process has simply moved too slowly and in some cases imposed unreasonable burdens on service members," Carter said. "That is unacceptable." He did not mention any timeframe for the suspension, but he insisted that it would be in place until he was "satisfied that our process is working effectively."
- Father, thank You that this order has been suspended that would require soldiers to pay back their bonuses.
- May the Lord, the God of Israel, under whose wings you have come to take refuge, reward you fully for what you have done.(Ruth 2:12)
2. Shamed and disgraced: Leaked emails expose DNC media violating journalism ethics with impunity - World Tribune
With their unapologetic coverage of the 2016 presidential campaign, The New York Times, Politico, CNBC, et al have ushered in the era of "consequence free journalism," Evan Gahr wrote for The Observer on Oct. 24.
"If you're a Politico or New York Times scribe or CNBC anchor John Harwood and hacked emails emerge that reveal you outright colluding with Hillary Clinton campaign . . . your media friends will not censure you or even scold you - in fact, they don't bother to contact you directly," Gahr wrote.
Gahr described the runaround he received from Politico spokesman Brad Dayspring when Gahr asked to interview reporter Glenn Thrush about his newly revealed emails showing collusion with Clinton's campaign.
- Father, this has been an interesting campaign regarding the media. The bias has been overwhelming. We pray for fair coverage in the media for both candidates.
- As for a rogue, his weapons are evil; He devises wicked schemes To destroy the afflicted with slander, Even though the needy one speaks what is right. (Isaiah 32:7)
3. Putin promises 'confrontation' if Clinton keeps up Russia talk - nypost
Russian President Vladimir Putin has issued a veiled threat to Hillary Clinton, saying his country will engage in "confrontation" with the US if she continues to provoke the Motherland, according to a new report.
Putin, 64, accused the Democratic presidential nominee of putting forth continued "harsh rhetoric" and "threats" against Russia for her own political gain, The Daily Star reported.
"Jeopardizing Russian-American relations in order to gain brownie points internally - I consider this to be harmful and counterproductive, Putin recently told reporters in Russia.
"It's not funny anymore. If somebody out there wants confrontation. This is not our choice but this means that there will be problems," Putin warned.
The former KGB spy added that Clinton was trying "to distract [American] voters from the country's problems" by unifying voters against two common enemies - Russia and Iran.
- Father, protect us from those who would bring us into harms way intentionally from not guarding their tongue.
- So also the tongue is a small part of the body, and yet it boasts of great things See how great a forest is set aflame by such a small fire! (James 3:5)
4. Russians conduct nuclear-bomb survival drills as Cold War heats up - Fox News
Russian authorities have stepped up nuclear-war survival measures amid a showdown with Washington, dusting off Soviet-era civil-defense plans and upgrading bomb shelters in the biggest cities.
At the Kremlin's Ministry of Emergency Situations, the Cold War is back.
The country recently held its biggest civil defense drills since the collapse of the U.S.S.R., with what officials said were 40 million people rehearsing a response to chemical and nuclear threats.
Videos of emergency workers deployed in hazmat suits or checking the ventilation in bomb shelters were prominently aired on television when the four days of drills were held across the country. Students tried on gas masks and placed dummies on stretchers in school auditoriums.
- Father, we pray over this threat of war. We speak calm to this threatening storm.
- The LORD will cross the sea of storms and will calm its turbulence. (Zechariah 10:11)
5. Denuclearizing N. Korea a 'lost cause,' US intel chief says - Yahoo
Washington (AFP) - Convincing North Korea to abandon nuclear weapons is a "lost cause," America's top intelligence official said, causing concern in the State Department and ally South Korea over an issue of long-standing US policy.
The United States has always maintained it cannot accept North Korea as a nuclear state and, under President Barack Obama, has made any talks with the North conditional on Pyongyang first making some tangible commitment towards denuclearisation.
But in remarks to the Council on Foreign Relations think-tank, US Director of National Intelligence James Clapper on Tuesday suggested such a policy was based on wishful thinking.
"The notion of getting the North Koreans to denuclearize is probably a lost cause. They are not going to do that. That is their ticket to survival," Clapper said.
"They are under siege, and they are very paranoid. So the notion of giving up their nuclear capability, whatever it is, is a nonstarter with them," he added.
- Father, we pray You stay the hand of North Korea from using nuclear weapons. Keep them under Your control, Lord.
- But Jesus beheld [them], and said unto them, With men this is impossible; but with God all things are possible. (Matthew 19:26)
The Daily Jot
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Debate Takeaway 4-the Economy
Presidential debate moderator Chris Wallace asked the two candidates to explain their plans to create more jobs and growth for the country. Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton said, "I want to have the biggest jobs program since World War II, jobs in infrastructure and advanced manufacturing. I think we can compete with high-wage countries, and I believe we should. New jobs and clean energy, not only to fight climate change, which is a serious problem, but to create new opportunities and new businesses." She said she wants to help small businesses by raising the minimum wage and make sure that women are paid equally, and to "have an education system that starts with preschool and goes through college."
Clinton promised "I also will not add a penny to the debt." Clinton says that she will raise taxes on people making over $250,000, yet her plan as presented on her website would cost taxpayers one TRILLION dollars. Can you imagine paying taxes to stop changes in weather trends and paying for everyone's education from preschool through college? How much will raising the national minimum wage cost in consumer price increases? And Clinton doesn't practice what she preaches when it comes to pay equity. The UK Daily Caller reports that the Clinton Foundation pays women 38% less than their male counterparts; in August 2015, the Washington Free Beacon reported she paid women in her campaign 23% less than men; and as a Senator, she paid women 28% less than their male counterparts for similar work.
Republican candidate Donald Trump said that he would renegotiate trade deals, like the North American Free Trade Agreement, that sent American jobs to other countries, and bring jobs back to the United States. Trump said, "Look, our country is stagnant. We've lost our jobs. We've lost our businesses. We're not making things anymore, relatively speaking. Our product is pouring in from China, pouring in from Vietnam, pouring in from all over the world." Trump said, "We're going to cut business taxes massively. They're going to start hiring. We're going to bring the $2.5 trillion that's offshore back into the country. We are going to start the engine rolling again, because right now, our country is dying at 1 percent GDP."
The candidates are in stark contrast to one another. Clinton wants to create jobs at taxpayer expense-infrastructure, works programs like after WWII, jobs that fight "climate change." In October 2014, Hillary Clinton said that government creates jobs, "Don't let anybody tell you that it's corporations and businesses that create jobs." This will cost taxpayers trillions and further turn America socialist. Trump is advocating the only plan that has worked-cutting taxes-the one that socialists and communists ridicule as "trickle down economics"; the plan that allowed President Bill Clinton to balance the budget from the longer term dividends of the Reagan economic program. Exodus 18:21 says to choose leaders "such as fear God, men of truth, hating covetousness." Tax raisers are covetousness. They covet your money to their ends.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
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Election 2016: Prayer Resources
Election 2016: Prayer Resources
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