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The Daily Brief
"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, December 19, 2018

"For unto us a Child is born,
Unto us a Son is given;
And the government will be upon His shoulder."

(Isaiah 9:6)

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Focus on Israel

1. IDF: Hezbollah likely attempting to close off its attack tunnels - Times of Israel

The army on Tuesday said the Hezbollah terror group appeared to be trying to seal some of the attack tunnels it dug into Israeli territory from southern Lebanon, after several were uncovered by the military.

The Israel Defense Forces released video footage of one of the four tunnels it has so far exposed as part of its operation to find and destroy them.

"An attempt to seal off the passage can be seen, which we understand was carried out by operatives of the Hezbollah terror group in recent days," the army said in a statement.

(Read more)

2. PA believes it has identified Hamas mastermind behind deadly West Bank attacks - YNET News

Palestinian Authority officials believe they have identified the mastermind of the Hamas cell that carried out the recent shooting attacks at the Ofra settlement and Giv'at Asaf outpost. According to the PA, the mastermind is Jassar Barghouti, a member of the infamous Barghouti clan.

The senior officials told Ynet on Monday that Barghouti is part of the "West Bank headquarters" of Hamas, which operates from the Gaza Strip to launch attacks in the West Bank under the leadership of Hamas second-in-command Saleh al-Arouri, who founded the group's military wing, and Hamas politburo member Maher Obeid.

Last week's attacks claimed the lives of two IDF soldiers-Sergeant Yosef Cohen and Staff Sergeant Yovel Moryosef-and Amiad Israel Ish-Ran, a baby boy who died just days he was delivered prematurely due his mother's gunshot wounds. A third soldier who was wounded in the Giv'at Asaf attack is still fighting for his life.

(Read more)

3. Watch: Former Hamas leader calls for 'guerrilla warfare' - Israel National News

Khaled Mashaal, the former chairman of Hamas' political bureau, was interviewed by the Al-Jazeera network recently and called for Palestinian Arabs in Judea and Samaria to wage "guerrilla warfare" against Israel.

In the interview, which aired on December 2 and was translated by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), Mashaal said that "resistance" is the basis of day-to-day life for people under occupation.

He criticized Fatah for not engaging in "resistance" and added, "The West Bank, which spans over 5,600 square kilometers, and which has mountains and valleys . . . has everything necessary for guerrilla warfare."

"A country cannot be liberated and rights cannot be restored without resistance. It is not possible. Without resistance, the occupation cannot be defeated or forced to retreat. Every means of power must be put to use," said Mashaal.

(Read more)

4. Report: IDF Chief Visited United Arab Emirates Twice in Recent Weeks - United with Israel

IDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Gadi Eizenkot visited
the United Arab Emirates (UAE) twice over the past month, Lebanon's Al-Akhbar newspaper reported Friday.

According to the report
, during both visits to Abu Dhabi, Eizenkot met with Crown Prince Mohammed bin Zayed.

The meetings focused on a potential Israeli arms
sale to the UAE, the report said, adding that Eizenkot and the crown prince also discussed a visit by UAE defense officials to Israel.
(Read more)

5. Georgia mulls moving its embassy to Jerusalem - JNS

(December 17, 2018 / Israel Hayom) Georgia is contemplating relocating its embassy in Israel to Jerusalem.

In a meeting with Deputy Foreign Minister Tzipi Hotovely in the country on Sunday, Georgian President Salome Zurabishvili announced that she would begin bilateral talks with Israel over the possible transfer of the country's Israel embassy to Jerusalem.

Hotovely, one of the Israeli officials to attend Zurabishvili's swearing-in ceremony on Dec. 16, noted the "deep and long friendship" between the two countries before saying that Jerusalem wanted to see Georgia move its embassy to Israel's capital of Jerusalem.

(Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. Michael Flynn's sentencing delayed by judge after dramatic hearing for ex-national security adviser - Fox News

A federal judge on Tuesday delayed sentencing once again for former national security adviser Michael Flynn -- a surprise decision at a dramatic hearing where the judge tore into the defendant and even questioned whether Flynn committed treason before walking his comments back.

After Sullivan tore into the defendant and warned he couldn't guarantee that Flynn wouldn't get jail time, the defense asked for a sentencing delay. Sullivan suggested a conference hearing for Flynn on March 13. "General Flynn has held nothing back in regards to the special counsel's investigation," Flynn's lawyer told the court, saying the case involving lobbying for Turkey is the only other area in which Flynn could be of further assistance to prosecutors.

Hours before Flynn was set to be sentenced, a new FD-302 witness report from the FBI was released shedding more light on Flynn's fateful interview with the FBI -- indicating Flynn issued few definitive statements in response to FBI agents' questions, and at various points suggested that such conversations might have happened or that he could not recall them if they did. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for true justice to prevail in Michael Flynn's case. We ask You to reveal all things that remain hidden.

- Many seek the ruler's favor, but justice for man comes from the Lord.
(Proverbs 29:26)

2. Martha McSally, GOP's defeated 2018 Senate candidate, to fill John McCain's Arizona seat - Washington Examiner

Arizona Gov. Doug Ducey on Tuesday appointed Rep. Martha McSally to fill the Senate vacancy originally created with the death of Republican Sen. John McCain. Sen. Jon Kyl, a Republican, was appointed to succeed McCain on an interim basis. McSally, a Republican who lost a bid for Senate in November, received the appointment to McCain's seat on a permanent basis, to take effect after Kyl departs the Senate on Dec. 31.

McSally will immediately have to stand for election in a 2020 special election to determine who serves out the final two years of the six-year term McCain won in 2016, meaning she would almost immediately mount a campaign after taking office in 2019. If successful, she'll have to turn around and run for re-election in 2022. "Martha [McSally] is uniquely qualified to step up and fight for Arizona's interests in the U.S. Senate," Ducey, a Republican, said in a statement published by the Arizona Capitol Times. "I thank her for taking on this significant responsibility and look forward to working with her and Senator-Elect Sinema to get positive things done." (Read more)

- Father, we pray Your Spirit will lead and guide Martha McSally as she represents the state of Arizona.

- If you are pleased with me, teach me your ways so I may know you and continue to find favor with you. Remember that this nation is your people. (Exodus 33:13)

3. Gallup: Americans Say No. 1 Problem is 'Government,' No. 2 is 'Immigration' - CNS News

A new survey shows that the "top problem" cited by Americans is "government," and the second top problem is "immigration." For contrast, among the issues seen as least problematic for Americans are "unemployment-jobs" and "gun control/guns."

In the survey, conducted by Gallup after the midterm elections, the polling firm asked Americans about the country's top problems and then listed those issues that were "mentioned by at least 3% of respondents." Nineteen percent of respondents cited "government" as the problem, making it the top issue of concern. In second place came "immigration," cited by 16% of the respondents. However, when broken down politically, 29% of Republicans said immigration is a problem but only 7% of Democrats said the same. Only 8% of respondents said "unifying the country" was a problem, and only 3% said unemployment-jobs and then gun contol/guns were a problem. Also, only 5% said "healthcare" was a problem. (Read more)

- Father, we pray our leaders will be responsive to this poll as it represents the will of the people.

The Lord will enter into judgment with the elders of His people and His princes: "For you have eaten up the vineyard; the plunder of the poor is in your houses. What do you mean by crushing My people and grinding the faces of the poor?" Says the Lord God of hosts. (Isaiah 3:14-15)

4. Democrat Reps., Lawyers Escort Caravan Migrants Across the Border - Breitbart

Two Democratic legislators and immigration lawyers escorted a group of Central American caravan migrants in Tijuana past U.S. guards and through border gates on Monday evening. The political event in Tijuana was arranged by several pro-migration groups, including "Families Belong Together. Among the group were unaccompanied children, Maria and her 5 children from the iconic photo, and 7 children who are at risk of aging out of protections.

The staged event sought to highlight the effort by border officers to slow the northward flow of poor, uneducated migrants who are seeking U.S. welfare, schools, healthcare, and jobs. Currently, the border patrol is "metering" the number of migrants who are allowed to apply for asylum at the border, to prevent many migrants from overwhelming the borders curbs. The metering system allows roughly 100 migrants at the border gate to apply for asylum each day.

The two legislators from California, Gomez and Rep. Nanette Barragan, posted videos of their effort to help the favored migrants jump the line of asylum seekers at the border. The Families Belongs Together group supports policies that force the catch-and-release of migrants. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the American people will demand real change within our immigration system, preventing these perverse incentives to claim asylum in our nation.

"If you do this and God so commands, you will be able to stand the strain, and all these people will go home satisfied." (Exodus 18:23)

5. Senate passes criminal justice reform bill, sends to House - Fox News

The Senate on Tuesday night overwhelmingly approved a bipartisan criminal justice bill backed by President Trump after defeating three amendments pushed by conservative Republicans.

Lawmakers approved final passage 87-12. The measure now goes to the House, where it is expected to be approved quickly. Its passage would mark a significant victory for Trump and his son-in-law and senior adviser Jared Kushner, who worked the halls of Congress for months in an effort to forge a compromise.

President Trump congratulated the Senate soon after the measure's passage, tweeting: "America is the greatest Country in the world and my job is to fight for ALL citizens, even those who have made mistakes . . . This will keep our communities safer, and provide hope and a second chance, to those who earn it." Trump added that he would sign the bill into law.

The bill would affect only federal prisoners, who make up less than 10 percent of the country's prison population. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the final version of the FIRST STEP Act will protect the public while correctly identifying and rehabilitating those whose lives can be changed.

- Brothers and sisters, if someone is caught in a sin, you who live by the Spirit should restore that person gently. But watch yourselves, or you also may be tempted. (Galatians 6:1)

6. Dem AGs Set Up Appeal of Ruling That Kills Obamacare - NewsMax

Democratic state attorneys general took the first step Monday in appealing a ruling that struck down Obamacare - asking for an order clarifying that it has to be maintained in the meantime, two reports say. California Attorney General Xavier Becerra, who is leading the coalition of 17 states defending the law, made the request of Texas federal District Judge Reed O'Connor, who ruled Friday the Affordable Care Act is unconstitutional.

In court papers, Becerra said O'Connor's ruling created confusion among Americans who depend on the law for health coverage. "We're asking the court to make clear that the ACA is still the law and ensure that all Americans can continue to access affordable healthcare under it," Becerra said in a statement released after the filing, CNN reported.

The Health and Human Services Department issued a statement Monday saying it would "continue administering and enforcing all aspects of the ACA as it had before the court issued its decision. This decision does not require that HHS make any changes to any of the ACA programs it administers or its enforcement of any portion of the ACA at this time," CNN reported. (Read more)

- Father, we pray Congress will truly focus on healthcare legislation that resolves problems with obtaining coverage while keeping costs low for every American.

- For which of you, intending to build a tower, does not sit down first and count the cost, whether he has enough to finish it- (Luke 14:28)

7. America's Christmas Gift to the World: More Energy Freedom - Daily Signal

Over the past few months, Energy Secretary Rick Perry has been delivering an important message to our country's allies: America's energy renaissance is your gift, too. As Perry said at the beginning of the year, "The United States is not just exporting energy, we're exporting freedom."

Perry has proactively exercised his role to encourage new foreign markets for American companies. Whether it's liquefied natural gas (LNG) or commercial nuclear power, American energy companies have a lot to offer. As Perry highlighted, the U.S. offers more choice through transparent, competitive, and reliable energy resources, and supports the peaceful use of nuclear energy. American producers offer European nations options to diversify their energy supply "free from the threat of coercion."

The U.S. shares with these countries a commitment to freedom and national sovereignty. Perry went so far as to say that the energy security and diversity of these countries is "of critical importance to the United States" and "as NATO allies, your national security is our national security." (Read more)

- Father, we pray these energy resources will provide increased stability and quality of life for nations around the world.

- People curse the one who hoards grain, but they pray God's blessing on the one who is willing to sell. (Proverbs 11:26)

8. Trump will dissolve charity, New York attorney general says - Washington Times

President Trump has agreed to shut down his embattled charitable foundation and distribute the remaining money to "reputable" groups, New York's attorney general announced Tuesday. State Attorney General Barbara Underwood secured a stipulation dissolving the Trump Foundation under judicial supervision, her office said. It was a primary goal of a lawsuit filed by her office in June. The lawsuit against Mr. Trump and his children will continue for actions related to the charity's operation.

Ms. Underwood's office said the Trump Foundation "has signed a stipulation agreeing to dissolve under judicial supervision, with review and approval by the attorney general of proposed recipient charities of the Foundation's remaining assets."

The attorney general's lawsuit alleged "persistently illegal conduct" at the charity. Ms. Underwood is still seeking nearly $3 million in restitution and a court order that would ban the Trumps temporarily from serving on the boards of other nonprofits in the state. (Read more)

- Father, we pray Your protection will cover the Trump family and all their business and charity associates. Remove meritless claims from the courts.

- The judges shall investigate thoroughly, and if the witness is a false witness and he has accused his brother falsely, then you shall do to him just as he had intended to do to his brother. Thus you shall purge the evil from among you.
(Deuteronomy 19:18-19)

9. WashPost: Russian Trolls Targeted Mueller - NewsMax

A report that details efforts by Russia's Internet Research Agency to influence the 2016 presidential election and aid President Donald Trump says special counsel Robert Mueller was one of the organization's targets, The Washington Post reports.

The report, prepared by the social media research firm New Knowledge for the Senate Intelligence Committee, details efforts by the Internet Research Agency to "confuse, distract and ultimately discourage members [of Trump's main opposition groups] from voting."

The report comes one day after the Post detailed Russia's use of every major social media platform to influence online discourse by attempting to discourage black voters and "blur the lines between reality and fiction." Per the Post, Russian operatives made false claims on social media accounts that Mueller had worked in the past with "radical Islamic groups." The New Knowledge analysis also said Russians surprisingly started to use Instagram more heavily after Trump was elected, and that the most popular posts "praised African-American culture and achievement." (Read more)

- Father God, we pray our nation can move on from these controversies and trivialities and develop a working relationship with Russia based on strength, realities, and mutual respect.

- For there are many words which increase futility. What then is the advantage to a man? (Ecclesiastes 6:11)

10. Christians 'Standing in the Way' of China's Xi Jinping's Totalitarian Rule - CBN News

It was 40 years ago this week that China opened its doors to the world and launched a series of ambitious reforms that would create one of the world's largest economic engines. "China is now the world's second largest economy, the biggest manufacturer, top trader of goods, and the second largest consumer of goods and recipient of foreign investment," Chinese President Xi Jinping said during a speech in Beijing celebrating the 40th anniversary of the landmark reforms.

But unlike Deng Xiaoping, who helped launch the country's reforms 40 years ago and wanted to reduce the power and influence of the Communist Party over civil society, China's current leader believes in the absolute power of the Party and wants his government to exert control over every aspect of Chinese life.

Since coming to power in 2012, Xi has severely cracked down on human rights, religious freedom and freedom of expression. Christians are experiencing some of the worst persecution in decades. "Under President Xi, the government has further tightened control over Christianity in its broad efforts to "Sinicize" religion or "adopt Chinese characteristics," Human Rights Watch said in a statement. "In other words, to ensure that religious groups support the government and the Communist Party." (Read more)

- Father, we lift up our brothers and sisters in China who are under enormous pressure to compromise Your Word. We pray for You to give them wisdom and courage as they hold fast to You.

- Let us hold fast the confession of our hope without wavering, for He who promised is faithful; (Hebrews 10:23)

The Daily Jot

Tuesday, December 18, 2018

Of Russia, US news media and prophetic discernment

New studies presented to the Senate Intelligence Committee indicate that Russia used classic communist class warfare techniques in its efforts to disrupt the 2016 Presidential election. Chairman Richard Burr (R-NC) responded to the studies saying, "This newly released data demonstrates how aggressively Russia sought to divide Americans by race, religion and ideology, and how the IRA [Russian troll farms] actively worked to erode trust in our democratic institutions. Most troublingly, it shows that these activities have not stopped." The studies, conducted by cybersecurity firm New Knowledge and Oxford's Computational Propaganda Research Project, also indicated Facebook, Google, and Twitter were the primary platforms.

Communist revolutions across the world historically use class warfare-pitting various groups of people against others-to foment revolution. It is part of the Marxist playbook. In the 2016 election, Russian social media organizations, called troll farms, used social media to disrupt US society by amplifying falsehoods and factual stories that divided Americans. They played both sides-liberal and conservative-using propaganda to cause anger, suspicion, racism, religious prejudice and more. One tactic, according to the reports, was manipulating journalism by impersonating state and local news enterprises on Twitter and Instagram, creating news narratives within both liberal and conservative audiences.

These tactics are still ongoing. While the news media is depicting them as Russian influence in the election, a more appropriate characterization may be Russian disruption of American society. Moreover, while not all, but many of the news narrative themes the Russian troll farms used on social media were amplified and repeated by the mainstream news media. Liberal news organizations consistently have covered those espousing political intolerance and ideological bigotry. Their 92%-plus negative coverage on the Trump Administration is convicting evidence. This is something that will be denied profusely, but must be considered: The leftists', owners of the social media platforms, and the news media's political viewpoints align with the Russian tactics of class warfare and they didn't stop with the election.

The leftists and news media will use these studies to point the finger at the Russians and say Russia attempted to elect Trump by influencing voters. The reality is that Russia is using class warfare on social media to disrupt the entire country and the leftists and media play into it because it aligns with their political ideology. No doubt conservatives and Christians also fell victim to the Russian tactics by passing on outrageous memes and fake stories found on social media because they wanted to believe the content. This is where discernment needs to be exercised. Jesus said of the end times in Matthew 24:4, "Take heed that no man deceive you." This is repeated in many places in the Bible. We are living in very deceptive times and many want to pit us against one another because they know a house divided cannot stand. Be vigilant.

Have a blessed and powerful day,

The Daily Jot Staff

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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)

Please visit the website for International Christian Concern to lift up prayers for the persecuted around the world, every day. Their link is: -- or go here to connect. Thank you for interceding for our brothers and sisters who are suffering in Asia, the Islamic World, and the Far East.

Classic Hymns


"And when they had come into the house, they saw the young Child with Mary His mother, and fell down and worshiped Him. And when they had opened their treasures, they presented gifts to Him: gold, frankincense, and myrrh." (Matthew 2:11)


We three kings of Orient are; bearing gifts we traverse afar, field and fountain, moor and mountain, following yonder star.


O star of wonder, star of light,
star with royal beauty bright,
westward leading, still proceeding,
guide us to thy perfect light.

2. Born a King on Bethlehem's plain, gold I bring to crown him again, King forever, ceasing never, over us all to reign. (Refrain)

3. Frankincense to offer have I; incense owns a Deity nigh; prayer and praising, voices raising, worshiping God on high. (Refrain)

4. Myrrh is mine; its bitter perfume breathes a life of gathering gloom; sorrowing, sighing, bleeding, dying, sealed in the stone-cold tomb. (Refrain)

5. Glorious now behold him arise; King and God and sacrifice: Alleluia, Alleluia, sounds through the earth and skies. (Refrain)


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Words and Melody: John Henry Hopkins Jr., 1857

About the Hymn:

Both the lyrics and the music were written by John Henry Hopkins, Jr. circa 1857, then an ordained deacon in the Episcopal Church, who was instrumental in organizing an elaborate holiday pageant (which featured this song) for the students of the General Theological Seminary in New York City while serving as the seminary's music director. In 1872, Hopkins was ordained an Episcopal priest and later served as rector at Christ Episcopal Church, Williamsport, Pennsylvania.

The song tells the story of the Magi (found in Matthew 2) traveling to visit to the Christ Child, guided only by the Star of Bethlehem.

Signs and Wonders

Rare tornado touches down near Seattle, causing "catastrophic damage"

A confirmed tornado touched down near Port Orchard in Kitsap County about 45 miles west of Seattle, according to the National Weather Service in Seattle. The service said it hit shortly before 2 p.m. Local media said several homes were damaged and trees toppled.

CBS affiliate KIRO-TV in Washington reports the tornado hit before a warning could be issued.

Debris, including leaves and litter, was apparently lifted at least 6,000 feet into the atmosphere, KIRO added.

The Kitsap County Sheriff's said there was "catastrophic damage" in the Port Orchard area, including downed power lines. They also said local gas companies are checking their systems for any leaks. Authorities also urged motorists to stay clear of the area. (CBS News) Read more.
View a video of the damage caused by this tornado by going here.

"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

Franklin Graham: Trump Urging 'Merry Christmas' Greetings 'Emboldens Others to Fight' Against Stifling Holiday Cheer

Franklin Graham told Todd Starnes on his Fox Nation program "Starnes Country" that President Trump's encouragement of Americans to publicly celebrate Christmas has "emboldened" people to "fight back" when the holiday is censored.

Starnes recalled the case of Nebraska elementary school principal Jennifer Sinclair, who earlier this month directed her school to prohibit certain Christmas decorations and other religious symbols.

As Fox News reported:

Items prohibited by Sinclair include Santa items, Christmas trees, the "Elf on the Shelf," singing Christmas carols, playing Christmas music, candy canes and reindeer, homemade ornament gifts, Christmas movies and red and green items.

The reasoning behind the proposed ban wasn't entirely clear from the principal's statement.

"I'm hopeful we can avoid the discomfort of me directly questioning something you've copied, posted, and had your kids do," the memo states. "That makes me uncomfortable, and I know it doesn't feel good."

Starnes said that Sinclair effectively "banned Christmas" and asked children "not to observe the reason for the season." He said that public outcry eventually led to Sinclair being put on administrative leave.

Graham, son of the late Rev. Billy Graham and chairman of the Samaritan's Purse charity, said that attacks on Christmas have increased in recent years.

"Secularists want to do everything they can to take Christ out of everything in this country... even His birthday," Graham said. "Christians around the world celebrate this day."

Graham said that President Trump's agenda in this regard is integral to the Christian community, adding that his 'say Merry Christmas' campaign during the 2016 race was well-received.

"When the president takes a stand like saying 'Merry Christmas,' this emboldens others to take a stand just like the president's . . . to fight back." (Fox News) Read more.

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