Wednesday, October 3, 2018

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"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018
Streamlined Edition

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And Your law is within my heart."
(Psalm 40:8)

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Focus on Israel

1. Lebanon: Israel seeks to justify aggression with false missile claims - Israel Hayom

Lebanon's foreign minister said on Monday that
Israel was trying to "justify another aggression" by falsely alleging there are Hezbollah missile sites near Beirut's international airport.

Addressing the U.N. General Assembly last week,
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu identified three locations near the airport where he said the Shiite terrorist group was converting "inaccurate projectiles" into precision-guided missiles.

Operations were being carried out with Iranian
funding and support and the facilities were being built near residential areas to protect them, knowingly placing Beirut's civilian population at risk, Netanyahu said.
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2. Indonesia VP says he talked peace with Netanyahu at UN after bumping into him - Times of Israel

Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla on Tuesday confirmed he met Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly in New York last week, but denied the encounter with the Israeli leader was a pre-planned secret meeting.

Kalla told reporters in Jakarta on Tuesday that even though the two countries have no diplomatic ties, he discussed Mideast peace initiatives with Netanyahu because it was important to "know both sides." He underscored "there was no private meeting," for the two leaders to meet, but it was hard to avoid the Israeli leader at the annual General Assembly in New York.

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3. PM to be questioned for 12th time in Case 4000 - YNET News

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu will be questioned on Friday for the 12th time in the Bezeq corruption affair, also known as Case 4000, in his residency in Jerusalem.

In addition, the Lahav 433 unit is likely to complete the investigations of Case 1000-which concerns illicit gifts Netanyahu allegedly received from business moguls, and Case 2000-in which he is suspected of holding talks with Yedioth Ahronoth owner and publisher Arnon Mozes, discussing favorable coverage for the prime minister in return for Netanyahu working promote legislation that would weaken Yedioth's rival Israel Hayom.

The police recommends for the prime minister to be indicted for bribery. At this stage it is not yet clear whether this will be Netanyahu's last interrogation.

The prime minister was last questioned in the corruption affair on August 17. The investigation lasted for four hours and Bezeq majority shareholder Shaul Elovitch-who is accused of having a quid pro quo relationship with Netanyahu in which Bezeq enjoyed regulatory benefits in return for favorable coverage of the Netanyahu family on Walla! News, was also questioned.

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4. EU Cuts Funding to Palestinian Education System Over Incitement - United with Israel

The European Parliament Budgetary Committee voted last week to freeze 15 million Euros in aid to the Palestinian Authority (PA) over anti-Semitic incitement in its school textbooks, the Jerusalem Post reported.

The move comes amid controversy surrounding inciting messages and images in PA textbooks used in EU funded schools.

The funds will be released when the PA "commits to reform its school curriculum and textbooks to bring them in line with UNESCO standards for peace and tolerance in school education," the EU stated, essentially meaning never.

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5. German Chancellor's Arrival-- Better Late Than Never- Jerusalem Post

German Chancellor Angela Merkel and a number of her ministers are scheduled to arrive on Wednesday evening for a government-to-government meeting that was postponed for nearly a year and a half because of disagreements over Israel's settlement policies and approach to the Palestinians. That the meeting is taking place now - even though Israel's settlement policies have not changed, even though an eviction order is expected to be enforced soon against the Khan al-Ahmar Bedouin encampment that has the EU up in arms, and even though Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu accused the EU, of which Merkel is one of its top leaders, of appeasement of Iran - shows both the strength of the relationship and Merkel's commitment to Israel. For Merkel, the head of a weak coalition government under pressure from the far Right, there is little domestic political upside to this trip - especially now, with the Khan al-Ahmar issue very much alive and with the death toll mounting along the Gaza fence.

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The Daily Brief

1. A Showdown Like No Other - American Greatness

We are in the midst of the fourth and fifth rounds, now unfolding simultaneously, in Donald Trump's revolutionary eviction of the Democratic establishment with its allies in the media, Hollywood, Wall Street and on K Street, and its lookalike post-Reagan Republican also-rans and regional managers. Trump won the Republican nomination and election and has taken control of the Republican congressional delegation.

If Trump succeeds in the next two rounds-winning a conservative majority on the Supreme Court and consolidating his congressional position, (and seeing off the NeverTrumpers as a bonus), he will dominate all three branches of government, something that only Franklin D. Roosevelt and Lyndon B. Johnson have done in the last century.

There is almost no chance that the FBI will find anything to support the Ford narrative, for which she only claimed a few witnesses, all of whom deny any knowledge of anything remotely like this story. The president has ordered the FBI to try to identify the party that leaked her name to the media, which persuaded her to appear despite her initial desire for anonymity. The accusers of Kavanaugh now have a great deal more hanging out than the judge does. If the FBI finds nothing to disturb the present balance of probability in favor of Kavanaugh, he will be confirmed.

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- Father, as we commit ourselves in prayer, we acknowledge our utter dependence upon You to reestablish the Godly foundations of our nation. We are so grateful for this season of mercy and pray the enemy will be completely defeated this November, no longer having any foothold in any place of power or influence.

- I will be glad and rejoice in your love, for you saw my affliction and knew the anguish of my soul. You have not given me into the hands of the enemy but have set my feet in a spacious place. (Psalm 31:7-8)

2. The Numbers On Kavanaugh Are In And They're A Disaster For Democrats - Daily Caller

A majority of voters supports the confirmation of Judge Brett Kavanaugh to the U.S. Supreme Court if the FBI finds no corroborating evidence to back up claims of sexual assault made against the nominee, according to a Monday poll. Following Thursday's testimonies from Kavanaugh and his accuser, Christine Blasey Ford, 60 percent of voters are in favor of confirming the judge to the nation's highest court if no supporting evidence of sexual assault turns up, according to a Harvard University September 2018 Center for American Politics (CAPS) Harris Poll.

Three quarters of voters said California Democratic Sen. Dianne Feinstein should have given the letter from Ford - in which she alleged the judge assaulted her - to the Senate Judiciary Committee when she first received it in July instead of holding it until the middle of Kavanaugh's confirmation process. Most voters were strongly displeased with the Kavanaugh confirmation process, saying it was "politicized and mishandled." Sixty-nine percent of voters called the process a "national disgrace," according to the poll.

The divisive confirmation process has also ignited voting interest, with 45 percent of voters indicating they are more likely to vote in the midterms than they were previously. Sixty-three percent of voters think Kavanaugh will be confirmed to the Supreme Court. Other anonymous claims have also been made against Kavanaugh. He has continued to deny any allegations of sexual assault.

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- Father, we lift up Brett Kavanaugh's nomination and ask for Your perfect will to be done. Give him and his family peace and rest.

- Then I said, "Here I am, I have come- it is written about me in the scroll. I desire to do your will, my God; your law is within my heart." (Psalm 40:7-8)

3. Planned Parenthood Contributed $126,886 to Democrats on Judiciary Committee; $0 to Republicans - CNS News

Planned Parenthood's political action committees, employees and family members of employees have contributed $126,886 to Democrats currently sitting on the Senate Judiciary Committee, and $0 to Republican senators on the committee, according to data from The Center for Responsive Politics, which includes campaign contributions from 1990 through 2018.

Planned Parenthood--which, as the nation's largest abortion provider performed 321,384 abortions in fiscal 2016--has given Democratic Senate Judiciary Committee members a total of $29,961 in 2018 alone. The Senate Judiciary Committee currently is battling over the fate of Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, who was nominated by President Donald Trump on July 9.

All 10 current Democratic members of the Senate Judiciary Committee have received contributions, at some point, from Planned Parenthood's political action committees, employees or employee family members. None of the 11 current Republican members of the committee, according to the data published by The Center for Responsive Politics, have ever received a contribution from Planned Parenthood's political action committees, employees or family members of employees.

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- Father, we pray for a final, ignominious end to Planned Parenthood and its rebellious ideology that has robbed three generations of their children.

- God created man in His own image, in the image of God He created him; male and female He created them. God blessed them; and God said to them, "Be fruitful and multiply, and fill the earth, and subdue it; and rule over the fish of the sea and over the birds of the sky and over every living thing that moves on the earth." (Genesis 1:27-28)

4. Trump gained millions from questionable tax strategies: New York Times - The Hill

President Trump participated in "dubious" tax strategies in the 1990s that allowed him to accrue millions of dollars in additional wealth from his father's real estate empire, The New York Times reported Tuesday. Trump's parents left more than $1 billion to their children, which would have resulted in a roughly $550 million tax bill at the time, The Times reported. However, the Trumps paid a total of $52.2 million on that source of income.

The newspaper cited records that showed Trump helped undervalue his father's real estate holdings, which led to a lower tax bill when he and his siblings inherited the properties. The Internal Revenue Service (IRS) reportedly provided little pushback against the Trumps' tactics. In total, the Times found that Trump received the equivalent of $413 million based on the questionable tax dealings. The newspaper wrote that Trump's behavior amounted to fraud in some cases.

Charles Harder, an attorney for the president, said in a statement to The New York Times that allegations of tax evasion are "100 percent false," adding that Trump "had virtually no involvement" with the tax strategies used by his family, and instead delegated those tasks to others. Harder went on to imply that the newspaper would face a defamation lawsuit if it suggested Trump participated in a fraudulent tax scheme.

The president's brother, Robert, issued a statement to the Times on behalf of the family that did not directly comment on reports of questionable tax practices. Robert Trump said his father's estate was closed in 2001 by the IRS, and that his mother's account was closed in 2004. "All appropriate gift and estate tax returns were filed, and the required taxes were paid," he said.

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- Father, we pray whoever leaked these private documents to the press will be held accountable. We also pray for the Trump family to be protected from innuendo and false allegations.

- The son shall not bear the guilt of the father, nor the father bear the guilt of the son. (Ezekiel 18:20, excerpt)

5. Fund Led by Steyer and Soros Rolling Out State-Focused Donations, Strategy - FreeBeacon

A 527 political organization funded primarily by a trio of liberal mega-donors-Tom Steyer, George Soros, and S. Donald Sussman-is attempting to impact local and state-level political campaigns by donating to committees funded primarily by leftwing pressure groups.

The Washington Free Beacon previously reported that the group, State Victory Action, donated $500,000 to an independent expenditure committee in Colorado in support of the Democratic gubernatorial nominee. However, a state-by-state review of other records shows SVA is also active in Minnesota, Maine, New Mexico, and Nevada, totaling about $1.7 million in disclosed funding thus far in state campaign finance reports.

Furthermore, records filed with the IRS show SVA had raised just over $14 million by the end of June, suggesting most of the money is yet to be spent with just five weeks remaining until the election. Steyer, Sussman, and Soros represent more than 95 percent of those funds raised.

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- Father, we pray this report will inform voters in these states about whom their candidates truly represent.

-The king establishes the land by justice, but he who receives bribes overthrows it. (Proverbs 29:4)

6. Two packages sent to James Mattis, admiral at the Pentagon test positive for ricin - Washington Times

Two packages that initially tested positive for ricin were sent to a Pentagon official Monday and are now undergoing further testing by the FBI. The packages, addressed to Defense Secretary James N. Mattis and Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson, were contained at a mail screening facility outside the main Pentagon complex.

"On Monday, the Pentagon Force Protection Agency detected a suspicious substance during mail screening at the Pentagon's remote screening facility. The envelopes were taken by the FBI this morning for further analysis," Pentagon spokesman Col. Rob Manning said in a statement. "All USPS mail received at the Pentagon mail screening facility yesterday is currently under quarantine and poses no threat to Pentagon personnel."

According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, ricin is a poison naturally found in castor beans that can cause injury if swallowed. Unintentional exposure to the substance, the government says, is virtually impossible. "It would take a deliberate act to make ricin and use it to poison people," the CDC says on its website.

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- Father, thank You for the alertness of these mail screeners. We pray for the protection of all candidates for public office, federal employees and those involved in our elections across the nation.

- But you, Lord, are a shield around me, my glory, the One who lifts my head high. (Psalm 3:3)

7. Pot-smoking protesters storm GOP lawmaker's DC office; Capitol Police intervene - The Blaze

A group of medical cannabis advocates tried to force their way Tuesday into the Washington, D.C., office of Republican Rep. Andy Harris (Md.) in the Longworth House Office Building. After the congressman's staff prohibited them from entering the office, the undeterred activists staged a protest in the hallway - with one lighting a marijuana cigarette during their demonstration.

Protesters heckled Harris, saying, "He is a doctor and should know better," and urging him to support the legalization of marijuana. A demonstrator can then be seen claiming to a Capitol Police officer that Harris pushed one of the protesters during the incident. Congressman Harris cannot be seen in the footage of the woman trying to open the second office door.

As more police officers gathered around the two women lying in the hallway, one of them identified as "Kris" lights up a joint and is promptly arrested. Voices can then be heard saying, "you can totally smell" the marijuana in the hallway with the camera zooming in on the joint still on the floor. Another protester, identified as "Rachel" remained lying down.

The voice of the cameraperson can then be heard saying, "Wow, Rachel's so brave. Harris really did assault her - it's on video. I think there's gonna be some fallout from this." A female voice asks, "He put his hands on her?" to which he replies, "Yes!" Then continues, "Harris basically pushed her right in this doorway right here. It was kind of shocking. She was just trying to talk to him and he just shoved her." Fox News reporter Chad Pergram tweeted out that Harris' hand was jammed at some point during the incident.

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- Father, we pray for Your Peace to invade Washington, DC, driving out those who use intimidation, destruction, and harm.

- And the peace of God, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. (Philippians 4:7)

8. Dow jumps more than 100 points to all-time high, rallies for a second day to start fourth quarter - CNBC

The Dow Jones Industrial Average hit a record high on Tuesday as it rallied for a second day, boosted by gains in Intel and optimism around global trade. The 30-stock index closed 122.73 points higher to 26,773.94 for its first record close since Sept. 21. These gains added to the 192-point pop in the Dow on Monday to start the fourth quarter.

The United States-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or "USMCA" for short, will see all three countries compromise on certain trade aspects. More market access will be granted to U.S. dairy farmers, while Canada has agreed to effectively cap automobile exports to the States. "The market reaction suggests investors are less worried about a trade war," said Jennifer Ellison, principal at BOS. "It's more of a sigh of relief." Now investors will be looking to China, to see if Beijing and Washington can compromise on certain trade elements.

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- Father, thank You for this good news. We pray our markets will be protected from manipulation from evil men.

- But the Lord is faithful, and He will strengthen and protect you from the evil one. (2 Thessalonians 3:3)

9. NAFTA overhaul paves the way for US, Canada auto-manufacturing rally - Washington Examiner

The revised trade agreement between Canada, Mexico and the U.S. should buoy automotive manufacturing in North America and give the Trump administration heightened leverage in its trade negotiations with China.

For U.S. carmakers, the deal concludes months of anxiety over President Trump's promise to renegotiate the North American Free Trade Agreement. The manufacturers had taken advantage of the treaty from the early 1990s to build more cost-effective supply chains that criss-crossed the three member countries, so the White House talks outweighed even concerns over tariffs on steel, aluminum imports and $250 billion in Chinese products. President Trump said Monday that metals tariffs would continue to apply to Mexico and Canada despite the new agreement.

When NAFTA went into effect in 1994, North America accounted for 31 percent of international auto manufacturing, according to WardsAuto Intelligence. That number dropped to 15.9 percent in 2017, as production lines became more global and companies increasingly relied on low-cost labor in countries like China. "You're seeing a much stronger North American trading bloc come out of this, which should give them more leverage over China," Nelson said.

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- Father, we continue to lift up blue-collar jobs needed by so many of our citizens. We pray the revival of the auto manufacturing industry will give our working families new hope and better futures.

- So I saw that there is nothing better for a person than to enjoy their work, because that is their lot. For who can bring them to see what will happen after them? (Ecclesiastes 3:22)

10. Pompeo to meet with Kim Jong Un on Sunday, State Department announces - FoxNews

Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will meet with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Pyongyang on Sunday as part of his trip to Asia beginning later this week, the State Department announced Tuesday. Pompeo also will visit Japan, South Korea and China as part of his trip, State Department spokeswoman Heather Nauert announced. It will be Pompeo's fourth visit to North Korea.

Earlier Tuesday, North Korea's official propaganda ministry accused the U.S. of "trying to subdue" it through sanctions, indicating that the Kim regime could see lifting such sanctions as a key bargaining chip in any talks over the future of North Korea's nuclear program. Pompeo has been a vocal advocate of maintaining maximum pressure and sanctions on North Korea until it has made clear and significant moves to denuclearize.

In a speech at the United Nations last week, North Korea's foreign minister claimed North Korea is ready to implement the agreements Trump and Kim made at the Singapore summit, but also accused Washington of failing to demonstrate its willingness to ease tensions and build mutual trust. "Without any trust in the U.S., there will be no confidence in our national security," Ri Yong Ho said, "and under such circumstances there is no way we will unilaterally disarm ourselves first."

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- Father, we pray Your Spirit will go before Secretary Pompeo, aligning our strategic goals for the Korean peninsula with Kim Jong Un's concessions towards deneuclearization.

- If a ruler's anger rises against you, do not leave your post; calmness can lay great offenses to rest. (Ecclesiastes 10:4)

The Daily Jot

What "to do" about everything, nothing, and something

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

Many have written me with concerns, even fears, about our nation and what happens to Christians if certain scenarios play out. There is the specter of FEMA Camps and the fear that they may become concentration camps for Christians if the violent left takes over after the elections. Others are concerned that they will lose their freedom of religion, or freedom of speech. While these are possibilities, they are only made reality if the majority of Christians in this nation do nothing. Remember 2 Timothy 1:7, "For God has not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind." We are, as Paul writes in Ephesians 6 to open our mouths boldly to make known the mystery of the gospel. Yes you can!

The Lord has formed your most inward parts and wove you in your mother's womb and as Psalm 139:14, says, "I will praise you; for I am fearfully and wonderfully made: marvelous are they works; and that my soul knoweth right well." You are called by the Lord right where you are. As in 1 Corinthians 7:23-24, "You are bought with a price; be not ye the servants of men. Brethren, let every man, wherin he is called, therein abide with God." Yes, do what you do unto God for He is the author and finisher of your faith. So what you do, do unto him and you will find joy in it. So many people put so much time into "finding" their "calling" that they are paralyzed in "doing." There, once again is that temptation of despair.

At one point in my life, nothing seemed to be going well. There wasn't much work. It seemed that my wheels were spinning, but I wasn't going anywhere. My wife gave me this verse in Proverbs 18:16, "A man's gift makes room for him, and brings him before great men." At that point, things were so bad that I wasn't sure what the Lord really wanted me to do. But I did have a God-given gift as said in James 1:17, "Every good gift and every perfect gift is from above, and cometh down from the Father of lights, with whom is no variableness, neither shadow of turning." Mine is a gift of communication, specifically, writing. Out of that The Daily Jot was birthed. But there was much more to come.

I also have been blessed with a gift for coaching--whether sports or business or personal concerns. Bring the gift of writing and of coaching together and it is even more powerful. These are not only things that some would say I am good at, they are things I also love to do. For God knows you better than anyone and he knows what you love to do. But there is this little two letter word "do." Praying is your first step to doing, but prayers are often not complete until you act. As James wrote in 1:25, "But whoso looks into the perfect law of liberty, and continues therein, he being not a forgetful hearer, but a doer of the work, this man shall be blessed in his deed." Look around you. There is a lot to be done. And be encouraged for God hasn't left you without the tools, the gifts, to do it. Take charge of your life in service to the Lord!

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

America's Spiritual Struggle

America's Spiritual Struggle


The collapse of Biblically-based culture over the last 75 years prompts the urgent question "When the foundations are destroyed what will the righteous do?" Scripture's explicit answer is that the righteous should rebuild. God be thanked that Gideons and Rahabs are beginning to stand.

David Lane
American Renewal Project

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Judge Kavanaugh: Part One


History is an easy and convenient thing to forget, especially when it doesn't serve your political purpose. If you want to bring down a (conservative) man, accuse him of sexual assault, and (anti)social media will do the rest. Without any substance to stop an incredible Supreme Court nominee (Judge Brett Kavanaugh), liberals have hit below the belt. But do we find any of this surprising? The Party of Slavery, the KKK, Jim Crow, Poll Taxes, Literacy Tests, and Abortion is now the Party of #MeToo.

We're told to #BelieveSurvivors-a hashtag with the built-in premise that anyone making the claim of sexual assault is always telling the truth. The proof is merely her word. But we know from history, and present-day, that's a lie. Charges of sexual assault-rape specifically-have led to thousands of deaths through lynchings and other horrific murders of people of my complexion. It was the surefire charge that whipped hate-filled people into a frenzy.

Remember Emmett Till? He was accused of sexually harassing Carolyn Donham. Her lie led to his unimaginable death. An open casket revealed the putrid nature of a lie, of hatred, of believing a "survivor" over the self-evident truth. (I'm praying for posthumous justice in this case as the DOJ has reopened this page of history due to Donham's admission that she lied.) . . .

> > >Read more here.
(Source: IFA and TownHall)
- Pray for discernment. This incredible article has a unique spiritual perspective. Our senators need your prayer-it is time to do something!

- "Beloved, do not believe every spirit, but test the spirits to see whether they are from God, for many false prophets have gone out into the world." (I John 4:1)

(Prayer offered by Intercessors for America)

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Judge Kavanaugh: Part Two


The FBI has reopened its background investigation into embattled Supreme Court nominee Brett Kavanaugh, following a compromise Friday from Senate Republicans, led by Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz.

On Friday, President Donald Trump ordered the FBI to reopen its investigation of Kavanaugh, repeating Flake's parameters that the probe should be limited in scope and take less than a week. All 51 Republican senators supported a motion to proceed with Kavanaugh's nomination late Friday, and the vote on his confirmation will be delayed until after the FBI wraps up its investigation.

Attorney Michael Avenatti, who represents Julie Swetnick, another woman who accused Kavanaugh of inappropriate behavior during his high school years, complained Monday he had not heard from the FBI. Investigators have already talked to Deborah Ramirez, who accused Kavanaugh of exposing himself to her at a party while they were students at Yale University.
Prosecutor Rachel Mitchell, who questioned professor Christine Blasey Ford for Senate Republicans at Thursday's hearing, released a follow-up assessment of Ford's accusations Sunday. In her report, Mitchell emphasized that though the confirmation hearing is not a trial, she does not think "a reasonable prosecutor would bring this case based on the evidence." Mitchell added, "A 'he said, she said' case is incredibly difficult to prove. But this case is even weaker than that." She cited Ford's inconsistent accounts of when the assault happened, memory gaps about the party or where it was located, and lack of corroboration by other witnesses.
Meanwhile, the Supreme Court began its new session Monday. One justice short, the remaining eight heard courtroom arguments on an environmental issue. (Excerpts from article in WORLD)
Source: Intercessors for America (IFA) Read more here.
- Pray for the peace of God to rule over our hearts as these investigations move forward. Our senators need your prayers-it is time to do something! Send a prayer message to your senators-click HERE.
- "Let the peace of Christ rule in your hearts, since as members of one body you were called to peace. And be thankful." (Colossians 3:15)

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