Monday, November 12, 2018

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The Daily Brief
"Praying for All in Authority"
Monday, November 12, 2018

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Honoring Veterans Day

President Trump Honors Fallen Soldiers in World War I
Commemoration Speech

President Donald Trump spoke at a military cemetery near Paris, a day after drawing sharp criticism for canceling a trip to a separate cemetery during centenary commemorations of the end of World War I.

Trump hailed the end of "one of the bloodiest conflicts in human history" in a speech Sunday at the Suresnes American Cemetery and Memorial. He called out by name veterans of World War II who were in attendance, thanking them personally for their service. . .

Standing in a steady rain without an umbrella Sunday, Trump referred in his speech to Belleau Wood, and the U.S. Marines who "fought through hell to turn the tide of the war." He read from a soldier's letter, saying that "through their sacrifice, they ascended to peace in heaven."

"It is our duty to preserve the civilization they defended and protect the peace they so nobly gave their lives to secure one century ago," Trump said.

He concluded his speech saying, "it has been a wonderful two days we've spent in France and this is certainly the highlight of the trip." (Time) Read more.
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Focus on Israel

1. Netanyahu, Putin hold 'important' talks in Paris amid Syria tensions - Times of Israel

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Sunday had a "short talk" with Russian President Vladimir Putin in Paris as world leaders gathered for commemorations marking 100 years since the end of World War I. Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Sergeyevich Peskov said Netanyahu and Putin had a "short talk," without elaborating on the contents of the discussion, according to the Kremlin.

At a later press conference, Netanyahu confirmed he spoke with Putin. He said the talks were "good and substantive and even very important."

(Read more)

2. Hezbollah won't give up its rockets, Nasrallah declares - Israel Hayom

The head of Lebanon's militant group Hezbollah said his group will not be intimidated by threats or sanctions into giving up its rocket capability, urging his government in comments Saturday to contend with the diplomatic pressure it faces.

Hassan Nasrallah
also warned that his organization would mount a "harsh response" to any Israeli strike in Lebanon.

Nasrallah said Israel had recently tried to increase the pressure on the group's rocket arsenal and to create "a state of intimidation and threat that if this matter is not dealt with, [Israel] will deal with it."

Israel has enlisted "the Americans and even some European states" to assist in this effort, Nasrallah asserted.

(Read more)

3. Palestinian infiltrates from Gaza, sets greenhouse on fire in Israeli community- Times of Israel

A Palestinian man managed to breach the Gaza border fence on Friday and infiltrate several hundred meters into Israel, setting on fire a greenhouse in one of the communities near the border before being caught, the army said.

The man was not armed and was taken for interrogation by the Shin Bet Security service.

The IDF initially believed that the greenhouse, in the Hof Ashkelon Regional Council area, was set on fire by a flare fired by soldiers looking for the man; however, he told his interrogators that he had set the fire.

(Read more)

4. Intense clashes with Gaza break out as Hamas commander said killed in IDF raid - Times of Israel

Israeli special forces conducted a raid in the Gaza city of Khan Younis on Sunday night, apparently killing several suspected Hamas terrorists, including a senior commander in its military wing, and bringing the region back to the brink of war.

The fighting set off a massive round of Israeli airstrikes in Gaza, and at least 10 rockets or mortar shells were fired at southern Israel. Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu announced late Sunday he would return to Israel immediately and cut a trip to Paris short.

The flareup punctured a brief calm along the restive border, coming two days after Israel allowed Qatar to send $15 million in cash to Hamas in Gaza - one of the first moves in a reported ceasefire agreement between Israel and the terrorist group.

(Read more)

5. Classes Canceled In Southern Israel As Rockets Fired From Gaza- Jerusalem Post

Classes were canceled for Monday morning in Gaza border communities as five volleys of at least three rockets and other projectiles were fired at Israel from the Gaza Strip.

Rocket sirens were heard four times across southern Israel Sunday night as the IDF carried out a Gaza operation, killing a senior Hamas member.

Residents in the Israeli communities surrounding the southern Gaza Strip were warned to stay close to shelter for further notice following the security incident, with two rounds of incoming rocket sirens activated in the communities.

(Read more)

6. Israel Prayer Update - Bridges for Peace

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7. Friday Prayer Alert - Intercessors for Israel

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8. Insight for Intercessors - Weekly Prayer Update

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9. Israel on Target: News, Analysis, and Prayer Points - Bridge Connector Ministries

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The Daily Brief

1. Trump seeks unity with House Dems on economy, infrastructure plan and health care - Washington Times

President Trump extended an olive branch Wednesday to the new Democratic House majority, saying he's ready to work with them to sustain the "American economic miracle." He called for unity and said he thought they had a "very good chance" of achieving it. "It really could be a beautiful bipartisan type of situation," Mr. Trump said at a post-election press conference at the White House.

"Now is the time for members of both parties to come together, put partisanship aside and keep the American economic miracle going strong," he said. He cited common ground with Democrats on an infrastructure plan and health care, later adding that there was even room for agreement on a border wall. (Read more)

- Father, You are overseeing all those involved in bringing together an amicable and solid agreement between both parties regarding America's economy. We trust You for a miracle, Lord. We pray that there will also be an agreement made regarding the border wall. Bind under the blood of Jesus any infighting. In Jesus' Name we pray.

- "God is mighty in your midst; He will save, He will rejoice over you with joy". (Zephaniah 3:17)

2. Feds announce new policy to limit asylum claims ahead of caravan - Washington Times

The administration announced a new policy Thursday giving President Trump power to block asylum claims from the migrant caravan and other illegal immigrants who plan to jump the U.S.-Mexico border.

Mr. Trump is expected to issue a proclamation Friday flexing his national security powers and triggering the new policy, which will then allow Homeland Security to refuse to accept asylum claims unless people come through official border crossings.

The goal, officials said, is to try to turn the illegal traffic into legal traffic, taking power over who gets admitted to the U.S. away from migrants, and putting it back in the hands of the government. "Those who enter the country between ports of entry - i.e. illegally - are knowingly and voluntarily breaking the law," a senior administration official told reporters. Immigrant-rights activists vowed to tie the plans up in court, calling them illegal and un-American. They said U.S. law guarantees anyone the right to ask for asylum no matter how they reached the country. (Read more)

- Almighty God, we pray for divine intervention regarding the caravan of migrants and ask that You will hold Your hand over each of them and bring all evil manifestations under the Blood of Jesus. We pray in the Name of Jesus.

- "But the wicked, if he will tun from all his sins which he has done, and keep all God;s. statutes, and do justice and righteousness, living he shall live; he shall not die." (Ezekiel 18:21)

3. Mueller team begins writing final report - Washington Times

Special counsel Robert Mueller's team has begun writing its final report on its 18-month Russia investigation, according a media report Thursday. The investigation has entered its final stages, but federal prosecutors reportedly still have some final pieces to put into place, CNN reported.

The Mueller team is seeking information related to Roger Stone, a longtime Trump adviser who has been at the center of the Mueller probe in recent weeks. Mr. Mueller reportedly asked President Trump's legal team for call and visitor logs related to Mr. Stone's visits to Trump Tower in New York before the 2016 election. Prosecutors are also waiting for Mr. Trump's legal team to return answers to Mr. Mueller's questions, CNN said. It is not clear if an in-person interview with the president will happen. The president has repeatedly called the probe into alleged Russian collusion with his campaign a waste of time and money.

Mueller's team does not expect the firing of Mr. Sessions, who had recused himself from the probe, to affect the final report. Mr. Sessions' successor, Matthew Whitaker, has taken over the investigation from Deputy Attorney General Rod Rosenstein. (Read more)

- Father God, we pray all the people involved with this report will be held solidly to honesty and all lies will be cast down under the power of God and wiped out. We pray in the Name of Jesus.

- "Let is choose for ourselves what is hit; let us know among ourselves what is good." (Job 34:4)

4. Pro-Lifers Score Big Wins With Amendments in West Virginia, Alabama; Lose in Oregon - Christian Post

Voters in Alabama and West Virginia approved amendments to their state constitutions on Tuesday that reject the claim that abortion is a right. A government funding of abortion measure lost in Oregon, however. The Alliance for a Pro-Life Alabama, which campaigned for the amendment, released a statement celebrating the news of its success. "We were told there was no chance of overcoming the battle against Planned Parenthood with the resources we had available," stated the Alliance on their Facebook page. "Well, look what the Lord has done now! To Him be the glory! Thank you Alabama, for choosing to protect life!"

In West Virginia, Amendment 1 passed with nearly 52 percent of the vote. The amendment adds a section to the state constitution that reads "Nothing in this Constitution secures or protects a right to abortion or requires the funding of abortion." Although West Virginia and Alabama passed pro-life amendments, voters in Oregon rejected Measure 106, which if passed would have banned state funding for abortion. (Read more)

- Father God, we pray that the grace of God will overwhelm all voters to vote against abortion so the innocent lives of babies will be protected. In the Name of Jesus we pray.

- "And God said, let Us make man in Our image, according to Our likeness; And God created the man in His own image; in the image of God He created him. He created them male and female." (Genesis 1:26-27)

5. Gunman in 'Horrific' California Bar Shooting Rampage Identified as Marine Combat Veteran - CBN News

Using a smoke bomb and a handgun, a hooded Marine combat veteran dressed all in black opened fire during college night at a country music bar in Southern California, killing 12 people and sending hundreds fleeing in terror before apparently taking his own life, authorities said Thursday.

The killer was identified as 28-year-old Ian David Long, a former machine gunner and veteran of the war in Afghanistan who was interviewed by police at his home last spring after an episode of agitated behavior that they were told might be post-traumatic stress disorder. The dead included 11 people inside the bar and a veteran sheriff's sergeant who was the first officer inside the door, Ventura County Sheriff Geoff Dean said. The bloodshed was the latest in what seems to be a never-ending string of mass shootings that are happening with terrifying frequency across the United States.

Around midday, the body of the slain sheriff's officer was taken by motorcade from the hospital to the coroner's office. Thousands of people stood along the route or pulled over in their vehicles to watch the hearse pass. Firefighters paid tribute by using two ladder trucks to raise a giant American flag over the route. Helus was a 29-year veteran of the force with a wife and son and planned to retire in the coming year, said the sheriff, choking back tears. (Read more)

- Almighty God, we pray that the shooter will receive emotional healing before being used by satan to commit any more heinous crimes. We ask that Your hand of mercy be upon all those who have lost loved ones and comfort them with Your love. We pray in the Name of Jesus.

- "Again I say to you, that if two of you agree on earth about anything that they may ask, it shall be done for them by My Father who is in heaven." (Matthew 18:19)

6. Tucker Carlson responds to Antifa group mobbing his home: 'It wasn't a protest. It was a threat' - Washington Examiner

Fox News host Tucker Carlson said Smash Racism DC's demonstration outside his Washington home Wednesday night was a threat to him and his family. "It wasn't a protest. It was a threat," Carlson told The Washington Post. He added a video shared online by Smash Racism - since deleted - shows a woman saying she wanted to "bring a pipe bomb" to his house. Demonstrators also blocked both ends of his street and carried signs with his home address printed on them, according to Carlson.

The Fox News host and founder of the Daily Caller was not home at the time of the mob's arrival because he was preparing for his live evening show at the studio. But his wife was home and barricaded herself in the house's pantry because she feared a home invasion. "I called my wife. She had been in the kitchen alone getting ready to go to dinner and she heard pounding on the front door and screaming," Carlson said. "Someone started throwing himself against the front door and actually cracked the front door." None of Carlson's four children were home at the time of the incident.

In the since-deleted video posted to Twitter, the group can be heard chanting, "Tucker Carlson, we will fight! We know where you sleep at night!" The group's Twitter account, where the video was originally posted, was suspended as of Thursday morning.(Read more)

- Righteous Father, we pray for an angel to be assigned to protect Mr. Carlson and his family. Cover them with the Blood of Jesus. In Your Name we pray.

- "Indeed, because of this, in order that Jesus may sanctify the people by His own Blood, " (Hebrews 13:12)

7. 'Left' Organizes "Response Events" In 900 Cities To Protest Firing Of Jeff Sessions - ZeroHedge

Well, that escalated quickly. On Wednesday, President Trump fired Attorney General Jeff Sessions, and by the end of the day major leftist organizations had already put together protests in 900 U.S. cities to make a "public demand for action to correct this injustice".

It truly is amazing how rapidly these groups were able to put up web pages promoting these events and get the call out on social media. It is almost as if they knew that this was coming. MoveOn.Org is one of the organizations that is spearheading this effort, and their page promoting these protests is identical to the page promoting these protests on

Democrats immediately pounced on the news that Sessions chief of staff Matthew Whitaker will now replace him, pointing to highly questionable comments he's made about the Mueller probe. Before becoming Sessions' chief of staff, Whitaker suggested regulations allowed for Trump to put in an acting replacement for the attorney general - meaning one who would not have to be confirmed by the Senate - who could, if he wished, starve the Mueller probe of funds. (Read more)

- Almighty God, we pray you will dispatch myriads of angels to war against organizations like MoveOn.Org, as well as volatile Democrats, that fight against President Trump. Protect our President with Your presence, Lord Jesus. In Your Name we pray, amen.

- "Do not allow your mouth to cause your flesh to sin; do not say before the Messenger of Yahweh, that it was an error. Why should God be angry over your voice, and destroy the work of your hands." (Ecclesiastes 5:6)

8. Asia Bibi, Acquitted of Blasphemy But Threatened With Death, Reportedly Flown Out of Pakistan - CNS News

Asia Bibi, the Pakistan Christian on death row acquitted a week ago of blasphemy charges, was reportedly flown secretly out of the country overnight, in defiance of Islamic radicals who threatened to kill her.

Bibi was flown late Wednesday night from her prison in Multan, Punjab, to an airbase at the Islamabad international airport from where, according to her lawyer Saif Malook, she was flown out of the country with some family members. Malook, who himself fled Pakistan at the weekend in fear of his life, spoke to wire services from the Netherlands, raising speculation that that country may be Asia Bibi's destination as well.

There was no official confirmation of her departure, and several Pakistani news outlets quoted a Foreign Office spokesperson as saying there was no truth to reports she had left the country. A spokesman at the U.S. Embassy in Islamabad said Thursday he had no information to share on the case, but added that the embassy "continues to watch developments closely>" (Read more)

- Lord God Almighty, now that Asia Bibi has been acquitted and is free of her chains, we ask for complete and irreversible deliverance as she makes her way out of Pakistan. Lord God, we ask the You dispatch Your holy angels to watch over her, every step of the way. In Your name, amen.

- All of Psalm 91

The Daily Jot

Friday, November 9, 2018

A sign of prophetic times: The hate continues

A mob of violent left-wing Antifa-affiliated "protesters" tried to break down the front door of Conservative Fox News commentator Tucker Carlson's house Wednesday night. Police reports indicate that the mob vandalized his house, driveway, and car, and threatened his wife with chants "Tucker Carlson, we will fight. We know where you sleep at night." They also shouted that he was a "racist scumbag." Police are investigating the incident as a hate crime. Meanwhile, white women are the target of leftists in the media and on social media for supporting Republican candidates in Florida, Georgia and Texas. They are collectively accused of putting their white supremacy over their womanhood and betraying the left.

The soon-to-be Democratic Party leadership is having a meltdown over the firing of Attorney General Jeff Sessions by President Trump because they believe it will jeopardize their precious Russian influence investigation by Special Counsel Robert Mueller. The longer the investigation goes, the more negative stories the leftist media can report. It's good for the hate business-never mind that after two years, there has been no indictments for Trump-Russian collaboration in influencing the 2016 presidential election. Leftist "news anchor" Chris Cuomo interviewed Nancy Pelosi about the Sessions firing, Both of them arrogantly accused Trump of interfering with the Mueller investigation. No bias here, right?

New York Times columnist Nicholas Kristof wrote a column blaming the "extremist" National Rifle Association for the killing of 12 people at a bar in Thousand Oaks, California last Thursday. Hollywood's Chelsea Handler, Stephen King, Josh Gad, and Ellen Barkin added varying levels of blaming Trump, Republicans and gun owners for the deaths. They ignore that the shooter used a legally purchased handgun and that California has some of the most restrictive gun laws in the nation, among them: universal background checks, gun registration, red flag laws, ten-day waiting period for gun purchases, "assault weapons" ban, one-gun-per-month limit on handgun purchases, minimum firearm purchase age of 21, ban on campus carry, "good cause" restriction for concealed carry, and controls on ammunition purchases.

If you are white male, white female, a gun owner, a conservative, or a Christian, there is no end to the suspicion, vitriol and hate coming at you from a certain persuasion of people. There is no public discourse on issues of concern anymore. It has deteriorated to "if you disagree with my way of thinking, you are not only wrong, but immoral." In short, the hate continues. These are signs of prophetic times. Jesus spoke of the end times in Matthew 24. He said in verses 9-10, "Then shall they deliver you up to be afflicted, and shall kill you: and you shall be hated of all nations for my name's sake. And then shall many be offended, and shall betray one another, and shall hate one another." Right here in America, we are witnessing a type and shadow of how this hate incubates in one of the world's largest Christian-populated nations.

​​​​​Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!

Bill Wilson

Update: The California Fires

Update: The California Fires

Dear Friends,

If a picture is worth a thousand words, then this link to a Twitter account is priceless. Posted late yesterday afternoon, these photos tell the stories of the Camp Fire, the Hill Fire, and the Woolsey Fires, now all burning in California.

Also, for those of you who have been praying for my own mother, in Ventura County -- thank you! As of today, she remains safe and sound in her own home, with others alongside her.

A Prayer for our Military Families

A Prayer for our Military Families

Let us remember that there are men and women far from their families and the comforts of home today - missing hugs and kisses, birthday parties and baseball games, praying for a safe return to the country and the people they love.

These are United States soldiers; some are our brothers and sisters, sons and daughters, parents, neighbors, classmates, friends. Others we have never met, but they risk their lives daily for our freedom, and there are so many who have risked their lives for our freedom in many years past.

Will you join us in lifting up these troops and their families? We may honor them on specific days, but their service makes a difference in our lives every day.

Dear Lord,

Our hearts are filled with gratitude for the men and women who serve our country now and in the past, and for the sacrifices their families make so that we can all enjoy the blessing of freedom.

We praise you for calling them to help protect us, and for giving them the courage and ability to do their jobs well.

Guide their choices and their actions, Lord. Help them to see you working in their daily lives, whether in the field, at home, or abroad.

Surround them with your mighty angels; protect them in your mercy; cover them with your grace.

Guard their hearts while they are far from loved ones, and bless them with moments to cherish when they are together.

Hold these families close, Lord. May they look to You for the strength and peace that only You can give.

In Jesus Name we pray,


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Vayetze ~ And he left

Genesis 28:10-32:2
Hosea 12:12-14:10
John 1:41-51

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Prayers for the Persecuted Church

"Remember the prisoners, as though in prison with them, and those who are ill-treated, since you yourselves also are in the body." (Hebrews 13:3)

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Classic Hymns



On a hill far away stood an old rugged cross,
The emblem of suff'ring and shame,
And I love that old cross where the Dearest and Best
For a world of lost sinners was slain.

So I'll cherish the old rugged cross,
Till my trophies at last I lay down;
I will cling to the old rugged cross,
And exchange it some day for a crown.

Oh, that old rugged cross, so despised by the world,
Has a wondrous attraction for me;
For the dear Lamb of God left His glory above,
To bear it to dark Calvary.

In the old rugged cross, stained with blood so divine,
A wondrous beauty I see;
For 'twas on that old cross Jesus suffered and died,
To pardon and sanctify me.


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Signs and Wonders

Did a Huge Solar Storm Detonate Deep Sea Mines
During the Vietnam War?

Dozens of underwater devices seemed to explode without cause in 1972

On August 4, 1972, dozens of mines seemed to spontaneously explode off the waters of Hon La, Vietnam. The weapons had been planted there as part of Operation Pocket Money, a U.S. plan to block North Vietnam from maritime trade during the Vietnam War, and they were supposed to detonate in the presence of ships. But on that summer day in 1972, U.S. troops flying overhead did not see any vessels that might have caused the mines to go off.

As Becky Ferreira reports for Motherboard, a new study accepted to the journal Space Weather has put forth a possible solution to this mysterious wartime event. The mines, according to the researchers, were likely triggered by a powerful solar storm, which triggered the mines' magnetic sensors and led to unexpected explosions.

The new research is based in part on declassified Navy documents, "long buried in the Vietnam War archives," according to the study authors. Navy officials immediately launched an investigation into the unexplained detonations, and they soon suspected that solar activity was the culprit.
As Brett Carter explains in the Conversation, many of the mines that seemed to randomly go off were "magnetic influence sea mines," which are designed to detect changes in magnetic field caused by passing ships. By the 1970s, it was well known that solar activity could disrupt the magnetic field here on Earth, but Navy officials wanted to confirm that solar activity could also trigger deeply submerged mines. They consulted with experts at the Space Environment Laboratory at the National Oceanographic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), and concluded with a "high degree of probability" that the mines had been set off by an intense solar storm. (Smithsonian Magazine) Read more.

"I will show wonders in the heavens above and signs on the earth below, blood and fire and billows of smoke." (Acts 2:19)

The Good News Corner

WW2 veteran, turning 100 soon, belts out national anthem
before NHL game

The NHL's Tampa Bay Lightning celebrated Military Appreciation Night on Thursday, and one veteran, in particular, received thunderous applause from the crowd.

Robert McClintock, a retired U.S. Army Air Corps lieutenant who will turn 100 years old on Monday, joined the Lightning's regular anthem singer for a stirring rendition of "The Star-Spangled Banner" before the team's game at Amalie Arena in Tampa, Fla., against the New York Islanders.

Afterward, the Lightning posted video of the performance on the team's Twitter page.

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