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The Daily Brief:

"Praying for All in Authority"

Thursday, October 9, 2014

"And it shall come to pass that everyone who is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles." (Zechariah 14:16)

"And I saw heaven opened, and behold, a white horse . . ." (Rev. 19:11)

The Daily Brief

1. More than a dozen states plan to cancel health care policies not in compliance with ObamaCare- Fox News

More than a dozen states plan to cancel health care policies not in compliance with ObamaCare in the coming weeks, affecting thousands of people just before the midterm elections. "It looks like several hundred thousand people across the country will receive notices in the coming days and weeks," said Jim Capretta of the Ethics and Public Policy Center. The policies are being canceled because states that initially granted a reprieve at the request of President Obama are no longer willing to do so. (Read more)

- Lord, please help Your people affected by these cancellations. Help them to find Your provision and health in the midst of this issue.

-"The Lord is far from the wicked, but He hears the prayers of the righteous." (Proverbs 15:29)

2. Christian Women Raped by ISIS - Worthy News

Barnabas Aid has learned that women and girls being held captive by ISIS at Mosul's Badush Prison have been given the choice to either convert to Islam, or suffer rape on a daily basis until they change their minds.

Badush holds hundreds of Christian, Yazidi and Turkmen women who are being gang-raped for refusing to convert to Sunni Islam. Some of them are being sold as sex slaves to recruit Muslim men into ISIS; the selling price for an ISIS slave ranges from $25 to $150(US).

Sharia law permits Muslims to take people as war prizes during jihad. As a result, United Nations officials in Iraq estimate that 1,500 Yazidis and Christians - both women and children - may have been forced into Islam's sex slave trade.

ISIS has proclaimed a caliphate, or Islamic state under the rule of a single ruler called a caliph. (Read more)

- Lord we are grieved and angry at the same time. They need You to intervene to touch the hearts, and lives of Christian people all across the Middle East. We ask Deliverance Lord in a mighty way!

- "Let the groaning of the prisoner come before You; according to the greatness of Your power preserve those who are appointed to die." (Psalm 79:11)

3. Syria declares new chemical weapons facilities - BBC

The UN Security Council has been told that Syria has revealed for the first time the existence of four more chemical weapons facilities. Three of the sites are for research and another is for production.

Correspondents say the announcement heightens concerns that the Syrian government has not been fully open about its chemical weapons programme.

A mission to eliminate Syria's chemical arsenal was set up after a deadly attack outside Damascus in August 2013.

The joint operation by the UN and Organisation for the Prohibition of Chemical Weapons (OPCW) declared last week that it had completed its mandate, after removing or destroying all 1,180 tonnes of declared toxic agents and precursor chemicals.

However, it said it would continue to deal with the destruction of chemical weapon production facilities inside Syria and "the clarification of certain aspects of the Syrian initial declaration" made when it signed the Chemical Weapons Convention (CWC) last October. (Read more)

- Father we pray against the continual desire of Assad to use weapons of mass destruction. And we ask for The Holy Spirit to move in his life.

- "Do not be afraid. Stand still and see the salvation of the Lord, which He will accomplish for you today(Exodus 14:13a)

4. White House reportedly tried to Hush link to hooker scandal - Fox News

Republican Congressman calls on White House to 'come clean' about 'allegations' it ordered lead investigator into Secret Service prostitution scandal to delay report until after 2012 election - reportedly to avoid embarrassment of a White House travel team member 'intimately involved with a prostitute' while on assignment in Colombia for an Obama visit. (Read more)

- Father, the continuous working of iniquity and lies in this administration is past anything we have ever seen. Change the hearts, Lord and remove the obstacles to righteousness.

- "He who justifies the wicked, and he who condemns the just, both of them alike are an abomination to the Lord." (Proverbs 17:15)

5. U.S. top court allows North Carolina voting restrictions - Reuters

The U.S. Supreme Court on Wednesday allowed North Carolina's new voting restrictions, considered among the nation's most stringent, to go into effect. The court, with two of the nine justices dissenting, granted a last-minute request by state officials seeking to block an appeals court ruling that suspended parts of a new state voting law. (Read more)

- Father even as the NAACP complains about this ruling, we pray that You would protect the regulations that keep fraud from occurring in all upcoming elections.

"Do not incline my heart to any evil thing, to practice wicked works with men who work iniquity." (Psalm 141:4a)






The Middle East in Focus

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

"And it shall come to pass that everyone who is left of all the nations which came against Jerusalem shall go up from year to year to worship the King, the LORD of hosts, and to keep the Feast of Tabernacles." (Zechariah 14:16)

1. Spanish city reconnects to Jewish past with Sukkot cultural festival -Times of Israel

The city of Toledo in central Spain is launching a two-day cultural festival themed around the Jewish holiday of Sukkot.

The festival, which ends on Oct. 12, will feature Sephardic music; workshops on how to build a sukkah - a flimsy hut where Jews eat during the holiday in memory of their ancestors' nomadic existence in the Sinai Desert; and Sephardic cuisine.

"It's a way for this city to reconnect to a Jewish past that was so rich, it was a second Jerusalem," said Hugo dos Santos, a Portuguese man whose tourism firm, Meet Spain, is helping the municipality set up the Sukkot festival for the second year. (Read more)

- Father, we thank You for Your promises and faithfulness. You said in Your word that You will restore all things to the way they were and that all of Israel will have the scales removed from their eyes. We see this event as a beginning. A city that was rich in Jewish life long ago is awakening to the history once again. Father, we pray that You will continue to awaken them not only to honor Your feast days again, but that they will come into a deeper relationship with you and that Yeshua will be revealed to them. In the holy name of Yeshuah HaMachiah, amen.

2. 1,200 academics sign anti-boycott petition -Times of Israel

Nearly 1,200 academics from universities and colleges across the world signed an online petition to oppose any boycott of Israel and its higher education institutions.

The petition was posted October 5 on the Faculty for Academic Freedom website and had been endorsed by 1,185 signatories at time of writing.

"We, the undersigned academics vigorously support free speech and free debate but we oppose faculty or student boycotts of Israel's academic institutions, scholars and students," the petition states. The statement accused BDS (boycott, divestment and sanctions) supporters of discriminating against Israeli institutions, professors, and students "for no other reason than their nationality and the policies of their government," and added that such a practice violated "the very principle of academic freedom." (Read more)

- Lord God, we thank You for people standing with Israel! We ask that You continue to move on the hearts of people everywhere to support Israel. Bless them, Father, bless them. In the name of Yeshuah, amen.

3. Palestinian unity government meets in Gaza Strip -Times of Israel

Members of the new Palestinian unity government, led by Palestinian Authority Prime Minister Rami Hamdallah, traveled from the West Bank to the Gaza Strip Thursday for their first cabinet session there - a meeting meant to signal the end of Hamas' absolute control of the territory.

The meeting came some four months after Fatah and Hamas reached a reconciliation agreement and over a month after Israel and Gaza-based terror groups ended a bloody 50-day war.

Hamdallah described the event as an "historic opportunity."(Read more)

4. Former Lebanese PM Hariri slams Hezbollah for Israel border attack -The Jerusalem Post

Former Lebanese prime minister Saad Hariri on Wednesday condemned as "unacceptable" Hezbollah's border attack on Israel the day before.

The Shi'ite Lebanese terror group claimed responsibility for two bombs that detonated in the Har Dov region along the border with Lebanon, with one device injuring two IDF soldiers.

Lebanese media cited Hariri, an ardent rival of Hezbollah, as slamming the organization for its attack on Israeli targets, saying it contributes to "disrupting national efforts in the fight against terrorism and extremism." (Read more)

5. Netanyahu leaning toward moving up Likud race -The Jerusalem Post

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is likely to call for a new Likud leadership primary after the Succot holiday ends, a source close to him said Wednesday.

The source confirmed reports that Netanyahu is leaning toward advancing the race in order to ensure that the Likud is prepared for the next general election. The Likud must hold a leadership race ahead of every general election.

While such races tend to be held in proximity to general elections, Netanyahu moved up the last two races to much earlier in order to catch his potential competitors off guard. (Read more)

- Abba, we pray for Prime Minister Netanyahu. We ask that You guide him and give him discernment Lord. We pray for Your will in the elections and the primary races. Father, have Your way in Your land. We ask for Your righteous people to prevail. In the name of Yeshuah, amen.

6. Rioters hole up in mosque amid fierce Temple Mount melee - Times of Israel

Flammable liquid sprayed at police; four officers lightly hurt as masked youths throw Molotov cocktails, stones; 15 protesters arrested (Read more)

- Yahweh, we thank You that this riot was quelled and that nothing more came of this episode. We ask that Your Hand of blessing rest upon the Israeli people as they now celebrate Sukkot -- the Feast of Tabernacles. We ask this in the name of Yeshua, amen.

- "Pray for the peace of Jerusalem." (Psalm 122:6)

7. The Obama Administration's Unprecedented Outburst Against Israel - Emet News

The irrationality and severity of the recent rebukes of Israel by Obama, encouraging other "friends" to join in the condemnation, suggests that he remains obsessively determined to force Israel to adopt his approach. And this, despite the events of recent months and his own admission in his U.N. speech that he had hitherto erred in asserting that the Israeli-Arab conflict was a major impediment to regional stability. (Read more)

Tracking ISIS

Tracking ISIS

"At your rebuke, God of Jacob, both horse and chariot lie still." (Psalm 76:6)

1. Parish priest, 20 Christians kidnapped in Syria, reports Catholic news agency - TImes of Malta

A parish priest and around 20 Christians have been kidnapped from a Syrian village near the border with Turkey, Catholic news agency Fides reported today, quoting Bishop Georges Abou Khazen, the Apostolic Vicar of Aleppo.

"Unfortunately I have to confirm news of the kidnapping of Father Hanna Jallouf..., the Syrian priest in the village of Knayeh, who was taken with around 20 Christians," Fides quoted him as saying.

He said the kidnapping took place in the night between Sunday and Monday. (Read more)

2. Kurdish protesters break into European Parliament - BBC

About 100 Kurdish protesters have broken through security to stage a protest inside the European Parliament in Brussels.

It follows a previous demonstration late on Monday, when 60-70 Kurdish protesters occupied part of the Dutch parliament in the Hague.

They are demanding international action to defend the Syrian town of Kobane against Islamic State fighters. (Read more)

3. Isis releases 11-point guide for journalists - Independent Co. UK

Isis, which calls itself Islamic State, has occupied the world's attention since it took over large swathes or Syrian and Iraqi territory this year, eventually declaring a new caliphate.

But precious little is known about the group, which has its own surprisingly slick PR machine, mainly because its record with journalists is tragically abysmal - militants sparked global revulsion by beheading US reporters James Foley and Stephen Sotloff, as well as killing many other local journalists.

According to Syria Deeply, journalists that did not agree to these terms have left Isis territory, with some receiving incentives to return and others threats that their families would be crucified if they did not.

There are not thought to be any foreign journalists still working in Isis territory, so it would follow that these rules would only apply to Syrian and Iraqi reporters. (Read more)

4. Australian PM plays down Iraq troop deployment - The New Zealand Herald

Australian Prime Minister Tony Abbott is playing down the prospect of deploying Australian combat troops on the ground in Iraq, saying only Iraqis can save their country from Islamic State extremists.

However, he has left the door ajar to a further deployment.

"We'll be in a better position to judge what might be desirable down the track once we're in there," he told Macquarie Radio today. (Read more)

5. Turkish action against IS in Syria 'unrealistic' - BBC

Turkey's foreign minister says it cannot be expected to lead a ground operation against Islamic State (IS) militants in Syria on its own. Mevlut Cavusoglu also called for the creation of a no-fly zone over its border with Syria after talks in Ankara with new Nato chief Jens Stoltenberg. Turkey is under intense pressure to do more to help Kurdish forces fighting IS in the strategic Syrian town of Kobane. (Read more)

6. Do You Know This Terrorist? FBI Asks Public for Help with ISIS - Israel National News

Crowdsourcing may be the key to prosecuting foreign nationals fighting in Syria, the Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) revealed Tuesday, as it asked for the public's help identifying an Islamic State (ISIS) terrorist. "We need the public's assistance in identifying U.S. persons going to fight overseas with terrorist groups or who are returning home from fighting overseas," said Michael Steinbach, assistant director of the FBI's Counter-terrorism Division. (Read more)

7. Syrian rights groups call on world to save Kobani - Israel National News

Several Syrian human rights groups have issued a dramatic appeal, calling on the world to save the embattled Syrian Kurdish town of Kobani from falling into the hands of the Islamic State group. The appeal came as more fighting was underway on Wednesday in the town on the Syria-Turkish border. The town is also known under its Arabic name of Ayn Arab. (Read more)

Special Prayer from UK Intercessors

A Special Prayer Request from UK Intercessors

There will be an important UK Parliamentary debate next Monday, 13th October; several pro-Israel organizations are now requesting earnest intercession from intercessors around the world:

"We have been advised that on Monday 13th October there will be a backbench debate in the House of Commons on "Israel and Palestine". The motion is "That this House believes that the Government should recognize the state of Palestine alongside the state of Israel". It has been been to the table by MPs who are prominent critics of Israel.

There is an amendment reading adding "on the conclusion of successful peace negotiations between the Israeli government and Palestinian Authority". The amendment has been put forth by pro-Israel MPs. There is likely to be a vote taken Monday. Many MPs will not be present as this is the first day back after recess. If the motion is passed unamended it would NOT create Government policy, but would be spun by critics of Israel as being indicative of the will of parliament, which will apply pressure to make it government law. It needs to be turned back now."

- that the Lord will intervene, and turn this attack back at the gate.
- that the amendment will get a proper hearing.
- that those MPs of a pro and moderate mindset will turn up and vote.
- that the Government will reaffirm its position on this issue, which is in line with the motion amendment.

For those of you who are tracking with us, we also lifted up this vote in the UK Parliament for prayer last night. Here is what we wrote and prayed at that time, in our Middle East section:
6. Britain to Vote on Recognition of 'Palestine' - Israel National News

British lawmakers will hold a symbolic parliamentary vote next week on whether the government should recognize "Palestine" as a state, Reuters reported on Monday.

The motion due for debate in Britain's lower house of parliament on October 13 will ask lawmakers whether they believe the government should recognize the state of Palestine.

It is unlikely to win approval through the British parliament because it is at odds with official policy, but even if it did pass, it is non-binding and would not force the government to changes its diplomatic stance, noted Reuters.

"It's against the government position, but it's not an attack on them as such, we just feel that now's the time shout out loud that this should be done," said lawmaker Grahame Morris from the opposition Labour party who is sponsoring the debate.

- Father God Almighty in Heaven, we come before Your Throne of Grace, asking this petition on behalf of our longtime ally, Great Britain. Father God, we ask that You move upon the members of their Parliament to NOT pass this vote, but to instead uphold the sovereignty of the nation of Israel. We ask this prayer in the name of Yeshua, amen.

- "I will bless those who bless you, and whoever curses you I will curse; and all peoples on earth will be blessed through you." (Genesis 12:3)

The Daily Jot

Islamic Eisegesis and the false prophets

Eisegesis is the process of interpreting a text or portion of text in such a way that the process introduces one's own presuppositions, agendas, or biases into and onto the text. It is the opposite of Exegesis, meaning that text is interpreted in its context. Often Christians are accused, and rightfully so, of cherry-picking the Bible for verses that support their own ideas. They are not the only ones. In fact, the entire theocracy of Islam is built on such principle. When Mohammad wrote the Koran he did so using the first part to exonerate the peaceful nature of Islam. The second part of the Koran, however, reveals the hostile, effectively allowing Muslims to situationally use eisegesis in deceiving people according to the need.

I read a story about how Italy did not recognize Islam as a religion. In that, an Imam was debating with commentators about the story. In every instance where a person brought up the violence and hatred of Islam not only toward its own people, but most certainly to those who do not believe in Islam, this Imam quoted the love and peace verses of first part of the Koran. He refused to debate the 100-plus verses about beheading the unbelievers and killing the infidels. I do not believe that Islam is a legitimate religion. It is a theocracy, a political system, that uses religion as a means to an end. The only peace of Islam is submission to the theocracy. This is satan's design to deceive using duplicity.

While Islam wants its believers and the outside world to perceive it as a "peaceful" religion, its actions are historically the opposite. As Jesus said in Matthew 7:15, "Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves. Ye shall know them by their fruits." Indeed, Islam should be known by its fruits. Islam practices slavery. In fact, there are confirmed reports that the Islamic State (IS) is putting price tags on captured Yazidi women and girls and selling them in Mosul at a discount to recruit fighters. We are well aware of Islam's beheadings, rapes, drug dealings, honor killings, slave trade, and so on, all justified by the Koran. And all denied by quoting from the Koran.

The US "president" says that the IS is perpetrating its barbarism on mostly Muslims. That too, is in the Koran--to bring Muslims under submission. It is now reported that even the Pakistani Taliban are pledging allegiance to the IS. Which leads to the obvious question: If Muslims don't support the IS and its savagery, why don't they all oppose it? Turkey, for example, says it opposes the IS, but in reality Istanbul is a fertile recruiting ground for the IS. Turkey also funds Hamas and is a safe haven for the Muslim Brotherhood. Even the US "president" uses the duplicity of the Koran to say he is against the IS by pretending to bomb it, but American bullets are being used by the IS to massacre its victims. Deception is a part of Islam's DNA. This "president" is no exception. As Jesus said, "Take heed that no man deceive you."

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

Urgent from IPC

Urgent from International Prayer Connect

1. Please pray for the embattled residents of Kobani, Syria that are under siege from ISIS right now. In spite of American bombing strikes, the ISIS forces are likely to take over the city and massacre thousands of civilians still left in the city. A Kurdish official there cried out for help, saying that 15 civilians had been killed since militants entered the town. "We still have thousands of civilians inside Kobani who might be massacred if ISIS takes the city."

Please pray for the rescue of these people and that Turkey, the USA and others with the capacity to intervene will do so to avert this likely atrocity. Pray that ISIS will be defeated and destroyed as a military and political movement.

2. Lately the ISIS extremists have been able to unite many terror groups as they have done lately in Iraq and Syria. There Al Nusrat, Al Qaida are now working together under the leadership of ISIS. Before they had serious fights. According to a news report: "The Tehrik-i-Taliban Pakistan - the Taliban group that seeks the overthrow of the Pakistani government - has sworn allegiance to the Islamic State, or ISIS, and has directed jihadists across the region to help ISIS set up its caliphate . . .

ISIS and its caliph, Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, already have received backing from Abdul Maulana Aziz, a follower of the Afghan Taliban supreme leader Mulla Mohammad Omar who led the infamous Red Mosque rebellion in Pakistan. The TTP seeks to overthrow by violent means the Pakistani government, which possesses nuclear weapons.

Aziz's support for Baghdadi and ISIS comes as Pakistan, a predominantly Sunni country, faces yet another political crisis that threatens the existence of its democratic secular government. Political opponents of Pakistani Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif have demanded his resignation, which he has refused." (Read more at WND here.)

Please remember that Pakistan also has quite a few nuclear weapons that could threaten many other nations, including your own. Pray for the cutting off of relationships between ISIS and other terror groups in Syria, Pakistan and Afghanistan. Pray also for the governments of Pakistan and Afghanistan to be united and stabilized and with their military forces to fight effectively against the terror groups that seek to overthrow them.

3. Finally, please pray for the National Prayer Assembly to be held in Washington, DC, October 29-30 to seek the face of God for America one week before the national elections. The USA is at a crucial point in its history needing new leadership, spiritual revival and moral restoration, and we would greatly value your prayer support.

Please pray for a "Gideon's army of 300" prayer warriors to join us in DC for this time of all-out intercession that seeks to hear His voice and pray accordingly.
You are warmly welcome to take part, even those of you from other nations. For more information and to register, please go to
John Robb

Chairman, International Prayer Council

International Facilitator, World Prayer Assembly 2012

New HHS Mandate Rules Questioned

Rep. Black Leads Members In Articulating Concerns With New HHS Mandate Rules

(Source: Congressional Prayer Caucus Foundation)

"Congressman Black has led 51 Members in a letter to Secretary Burwell, expressing disappointment that the new rules for the HHS mandate fail to cure the constitutional violations of the mandate by not providing a clear exemption for those with religious or moral objections. The letter states, "The government may not dictate how Americans may exercise their beliefs. Religious liberty applies to all, and any rule that attempts to limit who may exercise these freedoms is unconstitutional and intolerable."

To see a summary of changes, go here.

(Published by the Becket Fund)

D.C. Pastors Join Forces in Repentance

D.C. Pastors Join Forces in Repentance

Will Gather from all over the Region next Monday (Columbus Day) to Cry Out for the Nation and to Repent for our Sins before God!

Many churches and other organizations have been a part of networks of prayer and collaboration for years, but now these groups are being led to link arms with each other and display this common desire more broadly. Church leaders around the Washington region are on their knees praying and experiencing:

- Uncommon conviction and repentance (2 Chron. 7:14)
- Unity of spirit across denominational, racial and ethnic diversities (Phil. 2:2)
- Hope for spiritual revival, life change and transformation of our region (Ps. 9:18)

This is becoming a wonderful reflection of the Body working as our Lord Jesus intends and even more importantly, displaying Christ more brilliantly in the Washington region as we unify in prayer!
All pastors, ministry leaders, and intercessors are welcome to join this gathering on Monday, beginning at 1:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Memorial!
For more information, please go here.

About Sukkot

Sukkot - A Celebration For Every Nation!

Enjoy this presentation about how Israel celebrates Sukkot!

The Good News Corner

The Good News Corner:

Samaritan's Purse Launches Bold New Initiative to Combat Ebola

If we don't provide education and protective equipment to caregivers, we will be condemning countless numbers of mothers, fathers, daughters and sons to death because they chose not to let their loved ones die alone," said Dr. Kent Brantly, Samaritan's Purse Physician and Ebola Survivor

BOONE, N.C., Oct. 7, 2014-
As masses of Ebola victims continue to be turned away from Liberia's overcrowded treatment facilities, Samaritan's Purse has begun an innovative new program to help stop the spread of the disease through home-based interventions in some of the most remote areas of the country.

The organization's staff is training caregivers to provide supportive care to their infected loved ones while protecting themselves from infection. Samaritan's Purse has developed illustrated step-by-step training materials for this initiative. Each family also receives a home care kit that includes head-to-toe protective gear for one person, medicines, hydration items, disinfectants and a sprayer.

"With the number of cases increasing exponentially, it's time to think beyond what has been done in the past in the fight against Ebola," said Samaritan's Purse President Franklin Graham. "We pray that by training and equipping these families, we can stop the spread of this deadly disease."

Samaritan's Purse has already begun implementing this new program in villages along the River Gee. There are no Ebola Treatments Units or Community Care Centers currently operating in that part of Liberia, and families there have been left with no option but to care for their loved ones at home. In addition to the home-based care initiative, the organization will also be establishing the first Community Care Center in River Gee County.

"If we don't provide education and protective equipment to caregivers, we will be condemning countless numbers of mothers, fathers, daughters and sons to death because they chose not to let their loved ones die alone," said Ebola survivor Dr. Kent Brantly of Samaritan's Purse.

Samaritan's Purse has been working in Liberia since 2003 to meet the food, clean water, medical care and other basic needs of people across the country. On Oct. 1, Samaritan's Purse airlifted 100 tons of relief supplies to Liberia to fight Ebola, including thousands of home care kits.

Source: Demoss

Signs and Wonders

Signs and Wonders

Bee swarm kills one, injures another in Douglas

A massive swarm of bees attacked four people in Douglas on Wednesday, sending two to the hospital, where one victim was pronounced dead, according to Douglas fire officials.

Douglas Fire Department responded to a 911 call around 10:30 a.m. after the caller alerted authorities to a swarm of bees in the 1800 block of East 20th Street. The exterminator said the hive was about 10 years old and estimated about 800,000 bees were inside

- Lord we pray that You would heal these two landscapers, and touch the hearts of the family of the deceased man. This is one of those incidents that it so out of the blue that comprehending the death of a loved one is difficult. We ask for Your peace and comfort for them, and wisdom for those who may have such hives on their property that have not been eradicated.

- "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)

"And there will be signs in the sun, in the moon, and in the stars; and on the earth distress of nations, with perplexity, the sea and the waves roaring; men's hearts failing them from fear and the expectation of those things which are coming on the earth, for the powers of the heavens will be shaken. Then they will see the Son of Man coming in a cloud with power and great glory. Now when these things begin to happen, look up and lift up your heads, because your redemption draws near."
(Luke 21:25-28)

Worship With Us Today!

Worship With Us Today!

Feast of Tabernacles Jerusalem 2010 ICEJ

"I See The Lord"

Celebrate the Feast of Tabernacles by going here.

Today's Birthday

Today's Birthday on the Hill

"I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people - for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness. This is good, and pleases God our Savior, who wants all people to be saved and to come to a knowledge of the truth." ( I Timothy 2:1-4)

Today's Birthday Greeting goes to:

Rep. Alan Nunnelee (MS)

(Source: Bible Pathways Ministries.