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The Daily Brief
"Praying for All in Authority"
Wednesday, March 13, 2019 

"For how can I endure to see the calamity which will befall my people, and how can I endure to see the destruction of my kindred?" (Esther 8:6)

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Focus on Israel

1. Netanyahu responds to Erdogan: What a joke! - Israel National News

Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday fired back at Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, after Erdogan condemnedNetanyahu's affirmation of Israel as the nation-state of the Jewish people as "blatant racism".

"Turkey's dictator Erdogan attacks Israel's democracy while Turkish journalists and judges fill his prisons. What a joke!" tweeted Netanyahu.

"In Israel, no one is a second-class citizen. Israel is a democracy in which all Israelis, including our nearly 2 million Arab citizens, enjoy equal individual rights. But Israel is also the one and only Jewish state, with a Star of David on our flag, Hatikvah our national anthem, Hebrew our official language and where a Law of Return gives every Jew around the world the right to return to our ancestral homeland," added the Prime Minister.

(Read more)

2. Peace Can Only Be Achieved 'Through Strength,' Israel's PM Netanyahu Says - Algemeiner

Peace can only be achieved "through strength," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu asserted on Tuesday. Speaking at a state memorial ceremony in Jerusalem for the late former Prime Minister Levi Eshkol,

Netanyahu - the Likud leader who is seeking a fifth term as prime minister in April's Knesset elections - stated, "Only when our neighbors are convinced that our strength and our presence here are irrefutable facts, only then some of them will be persuaded to make peace with us, and we are fully advancing this recognition and agreement process with our remaining neighbors, not with all of them, but with most of them."

"We are doing this with extensive segments of the Arab and Islamic world in an expedited normalization process, only part of which the public can see," he added. "We are also holding this process in secret, and Israel is currently in contact with half a dozen important Arab and Islamic countries, which up until recently were hostile to Israel."

(Read more)

3. Search of Temple Mount Reveals Flammables Ready for Use - Jewish Press

Israel Police turned up numerous low-level but effective weapons squirreled away in Jerusalem's Temple Mount during a search of the compound Tuesday following a firebombing attack on the police station there, followed by clashes with Muslim rioters on site.

Israel Police Commissioner Moti Cohen conducted an assessment at the site together with Jerusalem District Police commander Doron Yedid shortly after the incident. They ordered police to search the compound for additional weapons, the compound cleared of all Muslims and the entrances to the site closed in response to the violence.

Police said they found a number of containers filled with flammable materials plus prepared firebombs (Molotov cocktails) and fireworks.

(Read more)

4. Abba's Meets With Far Left Israel Political Party - Jerusalem Online

Palestinian Authority (PA) President Mahmoud Abbas has criticized the Government of Israel for withholding part of the funds from customs fees and other taxes it collects on behalf of the Palestinian Authority because of Ramallah's policy of paying salaries and stipends to the terrorists imprisoned in Israel and to the relatives of the dead terrorists.

Abbas made the remarks during a meeting with Meretz president Tamar Zandberg and other leaders of the leftist party at the PA headquarters in Ramallah. "We tell the Israeli government that it has no right to deduct our funds against our will," Abbas said.

The Political and Security Cabinet decided in February to approve the gradual retention of 502,697,000 million shekels (138 million dollars) of the Palestinian Authority's fiscal revenues during the next year. This body made the decision to begin implementing a new law that allows Israel to withhold taxes from the Palestinians for payments made to Palestinian terrorists imprisoned in Israel and to the families of the dead terrorists.
(Read more)

5. Jerusalem Police to reopen Temple Mount to worshipers on Wednesday - Times of Israel 

Jerusalem Police chief Doron Yadid ordered the Temple Mount compound reopened to Muslim worshipers on Wednesday morning after the holy site was shuttered Tuesday following a firebomb attack on a police post. 

Police said one officer was treated for mild smoke inhalation after the firebomb attack on the post situated on the edge of the sensitive holy site, while 10 suspects were arrested.

Police said two minors are "linked" to the attack and will be brought to the Jerusalem Magistrate's Court on Wednesday to extend their remand.
(Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. Pence, GOP senators discuss offer to kill Trump emergency disapproval resolution - The Hill

Vice President Pence is discussing an offer with Republican senators that could lead to the defeat of a Democratic resolution overturning President Trump's emergency declaration to build a wall on the Mexican border, according to GOP sources briefed on the matter. Under the deal discussed between Pence and GOP senators, Trump would sign legislation reining in his power to declare future national emergencies if they defeat the resolution of disapproval.

Pence met Tuesday with a group of Republicans, including Sen. Mike Lee (R-Utah), the sponsor of legislation to curb the president's national emergency declaration power, as well as Sens. Thom Tillis (R-N.C.), Pat Toomey (R-Pa.), Rob Portman (R-Ohio) and Lamar Alexander (R-Tenn.). Lee's measure would require Congress to vote to extend a national emergency declaration after a period of 30 days. It is still undergoing some revisions, according to GOP senators. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the Senate will support President Trump's efforts to bring law and order to our southern border and defeat the Democrat resolution to limit his authority.

Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?
(2 Corinthians 6:14)

2. Trump's pick to lead ICE, Ronald Vitiello, will get Senate confirmation vote- Washington Examiner

Ronald Vitiello, President Trump's nominee to head U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, has cleared his first hurdle to getting confirmed to lead the sub-agency of the Department of Homeland Security.

Vitiello served in his acting deputy commissioner role at U.S. Customs and Border Protection since April 2017, and he previously led U.S. Border Patrol as its chief operating officer for a year. He signed on as a Border Patrol officer 34 years ago and worked in Texas, Arizona, Washington, D.C., and Vermont.

In a hearing before the Senate committee last November, Vitiello said he hoped to better demonstrate to the public why the embattled federal law enforcement agency was critical to national security. If confirmed, Vitiello will oversee ICE's 20,000 personnel. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for Your favor as Ronald Vitello receives confirmation as the head of U.S. Customs and Border Protection. Give him Your supernatural help as he leads this important agency.

I can do all things through Christ who strengthens me. (Philippians 4:13)

3. Exclusive - President Donald Trump: We're Thinking 'Very Seriously' About Designating Mexican Cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations - Breitbart

President Donald Trump told Breitbart News on Monday that his administration is thinking "very seriously" about labeling violent Mexican drug cartels, or factions of these cartels, as Foreign Terrorist Organizations (FTOs).

Asked by Deputy Political Editor Amanda House during a wide-ranging, exclusive Oval Office interview with Breitbart News whether his administration is considering designating factions of cartels, or cartels as a whole, as terrorist groups, Trump replied that he is.

"It's psychological, but it's also economic," Trump continued. "As terrorists - as terrorist organizations, the answer is yes. They are." The president went on to discuss the violence taking place in Mexico. "Mexico, unfortunately, has lost control of the cartels," Trump said. "Mexico last year had 42,000 deaths - murders - 42,000. It's considered one of the most unsafe countries in the world." (Read more)

- Father, we pray President Trump follow through with designating Mexican and South American cartels as Foreign Terrorist Organizations and give our government more tools to reduce and eliminate their impact on our nation.

Keep me, O Lord, from the hands of the wicked; Preserve me from violent men, who have purposed to make my steps stumble. (Psalm 140:4)

4. Exclusive - President Donald Trump on Immigration: 'I Don't Want to Have Anyone Coming in That's on Welfare' - Breitbart

President Donald Trump, in an exclusive Oval Office interview with Breitbart News on Monday afternoon, said he does not want immigrants coming to the United States to be dependent on welfare programs. The report found that 63 percent of non-citizen households end up on welfare, whereas just 35 percent of native-born American households end up on welfare-a major disparity. The report also shows that in non-citizen households with children, welfare usage skyrockets to 79.6 percent.

He completed his thought in this portion of the interview by adding that it's "no good" that the Democrats want to bring in people from other parts of the world who are dependent on welfare for decades. "But I don't like the idea of people coming in and going on welfare for 50 years, and that's what they want to be able to do-and it's no good," Trump said. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for the legal changes necessary to accept immigrants based on merit.

Like an archer who wounds at random is one who hires a fool or any passer-by.(Proverbs 26:10)

5. Democrats still hungry for impeachment after Pelosi shuts it down - Washington Examiner

Democrats are pushing ahead with an impeachment vote against President Trump, even after Speaker Nancy Pelosi, D-Calif., said it's not worth pursuing because it's too divisive for the country. Rep. Rashida Tlaib, D-Mich., plans to seek a vote on a new impeachment resolution she introduced this week, in spite of Pelosi's lack of enthusiasm for it. 

Rep. Brad Sherman, D-Calif., is also among the progressive lawmakers who doesn't want the House to drop its effort to remove Trump. He first called for the House to impeach the president in May 2017 and believes it has helped to prevent the president from firing special counsel Robert Mueller or to obstruct the Russia collusion probe in some other ways. "By calling for impeachment, by talking about impeachment, we were able to limit what this president would do," Sherman said. 

Mueller's investigation so far appears to lack any evidence that Trump colluded with Russia. But Democrats are ready to move past collusion and try to nab the president for other crimes or violations related to his business practices and potential conflict of interest with his office. (Read more)
- Father, we pray these attempts to impeach President Trump without evidence of wrongdoing will expose corruption throughout our government and Congress.

For they sow the wind And they reap the whirlwind. (Hosea 8:7a)

6. Democrats risk overreach in competing to investigate Trump's finances - Washington Examiner

No fewer than five House of Representative committees are investigating President Trump's finances, raising the risk for Democrats that they will overreach. "This is not scattershot, this is strategic," House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday. "They have their own authority, the purpose of their committees, tied to their oath of office." 

House Democrats plan to use committee powers to try to obtain the president's tax returns, bank records, internal financial information from his business, and perhaps testimony from the Trump Organization's chief financial officer, Allen Weisselberg - from whom the House Judiciary Committee has already demanded documents. 

Republicans expect Mnuchin, a close Trump ally, to attempt to resist a request in court, and have begun to argue themselves that Democrats could violate law meant to safeguard taxpayer privacy. Senate Finance Committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and ranking House Ways and Means Committee Republican Kevin Brady of Texas have both criticized the impending request and any attempt to publicize any of Trump's financial information. (Read more)
- Father, we pray for peace in our government and an end to these partisan investigations against President Trump.

Get rid of all bitterness, rage and anger, outcry and slander, along with every form of malice. (Ephesians 4:31)

7. Trump Pushes for Deep Spending Cuts to Reduce Nation's Mounting Debt - Epoch Times

The White House unveiled a new budget resolution calling for a significant cut to federal government spending. The proposal aims to reduce deficits by more than $2.7 trillion over 10 years and balances the budget in 15 years.

President Donald Trump unveiled a new outline for government spending on March 11, titled "A Budget for a Better America: Promises Kept. Taxpayers First." This will be Trump's third budget resolution sent to Congress. "My 2020 budget builds on the tremendous progress we have made and provides a clear roadmap for the Congress to bring federal spending and debt under control," Trump said in his budget proposal.

Russ Vought, acting director of the Office of Management and Budget, touted that the budget has "more spending reductions proposed than any administration in history." Economic progress made under Trump's presidency has been threatened by "our unsustainable national debt, which has nearly doubled under the previous administration and now stands at more than $22 trillion," he said at a White House press briefing on March 11. (Read more)
- Father, we repent for the abomination of this national debt. We pray for bipartisan support for controlling government spending and reducing our debt.

There is desirable treasure, and oil in the dwelling of the wise, but a foolish man squanders it. (Proverbs 21:20)

8. Paid parental leave in the CRADLE Act is something both parties can support - Washington Examiner 

On Tuesday, Sens. Joni Ernst, R-Iowa, and Mike Lee, R-Utah, introduced the Child Rearing and Development Leave Empowerment Act, legislation that would for the first time provide universal access for all workers to paid parental leave.

The concept of the CRADLE Act is sound: Allow new parents the option of borrowing from their Social Security safety net which they have already paid into. Parents who choose to take cash payments now to help with the costs of a new addition to their family and taking time off work will simply pay it back later by delaying their retirement for a few weeks. It doesn't cost the government anything, it isn't a new entitlement, and it gives families another valuable option in these most precious weeks of a child's life. 

If there is one area where Democrats and Republicans should be able to agree, it is on supporting new parents and young families. Congress should seriously consider this bill before the 2020 presidential campaign is in full swing and bipartisan legislating grinds to a crawl. (Read more)
- Father, we pray for bipartisan support for the CRADLE Act, so that new parents can truly bond with their newborns while meeting the needs of their families.

Surely I have calmed and quieted my soul, like a weaned child with his mother; Like a weaned child is my soul within me. (Psalm 131:2)

9. Federal appeals court upholds Ohio law restricting funds to Planned Parenthood - Washington Examiner 

A federal appeals court on Tuesday upheld an Ohio law that restricts government funding of Planned Parenthood and other abortion providers. 

In an 11-6 ruling, the full 6th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals reversed a ruling from the lower court and ruled against two Planned Parenthood affiliates that challenged the law. The Cincinnati-based court found the measure does not violate the Constitution and ruled the affiliates "do not have a due process right to perform abortions." 

The law, passed by the state legislature and signed by Republican Gov. John Kasich in 2016, prohibits the Ohio Department of Health from providing funds distributed through six government-sponsored programs to organizations that perform nontherapeutic abortions. (Read more)
- Father, thank You for this just ruling. We pray for more victories across the United States and at the Supreme Court.

By me kings reign, and rulers decree justice. (Proverbs 8:15)

10. Hundreds surrender with Islamic State near defeat - Reuters

Islamic State faced imminent defeat in its final enclave on Tuesday as hundreds of jihadist fighters and their families surrendered and the U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces said the battle was as good as over. The besieged enclave of Baghouz is the last shred of territory held by the jihadists who have been driven from roughly one third of Iraq and Syria over the past four years.

SDF official Mustafa Bali said a large group of Islamic State fighters and their families had surrendered en masse. "Once our forces confirm that everyone who wants to surrender has done so, the clashes will resume," he said. The jihadists' defeat was very near, he said.

While Baghouz is the last populated territory of what was once the group's self-proclaimed "caliphate", fighters still operate in remote areas elsewhere. It is widely assessed that they will continue to represent a potent security threat. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for the complete defeat of the Islamic State, including their toxic ideology. Help those who have been deceived come to the saving knowledge of Your Son.

For the wages of sin is death, but the gift of God is eternal life in Christ Jesus our Lord. (Romans 6:23)


"For if you keep silent at this time, relief and deliverance will rise for the Jews from another place, but you and your father's house will perish. And who knows whether you have not come to the kingdom for such a time as this?" (Esther 4:14)

For the past 40 years, most US presidents have made efforts to divide God's Holy Land. This has caused much pain and suffering for Israel, but also for the United States of America. This is because there is a clear correlation here. God says about Babylon that destroyed Jerusalem and the Temple,
"For this is the vengeance of the LORD: take vengeance on her; do to her as she has done. Repay her according to her deeds; do to her according to all that she has done."(Jer 50:15, 29)
This is a divine principle. What you do to Israel, God will do to you. With the same measure that you use, God will measure out to you. Because the United States has tried to divide the Land of Israel, the US is today more divided than ever!

We thank God for what President Trump has done towards Israel so far, moving the US Embassy from Tel Aviv to Jerusalem and canceling the disastrous Iran nuclear deal. The US has also under President Trump defended Israel like never before in the UN.

But, from the very beginning we have warned that his "deal of the century," to create peace between Israel and the Palestinians is not pleasing to God. It is in fact very dangerous and has already had negative consequences for Israel. Last week, Jared Kushner said in an interview on Sky News Arabia, that Trump's peace plan would focus on setting borders and resolving final status issues. This clearly means that President Trump plans to divide God's own land, thereby drawing God's judgment on both himself and the United States of America. God has clearly stated,

"For behold, in those days and at that time, when I restore the fortunes of Judah and Jerusalem, I will gather all the nations and bring them down to the Valley of Jehoshaphat. And I will enter into judgment with them there, on behalf of my people and my heritage Israel, because they have scattered them among the nations and have divided up my land." (Joel 3:1-2)
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Calling an Esther Fast on March 20
In the evening of March 20 begins the Jewish Feast of Purim, celebrating the deliverance of the Jewish people from a planned genocide in the Persian Empire. God used Queen Esther to call for a three day fast and then she approached the King and averted the disaster. 

"Then Esther told them to reply to Mordecai, 'Go, gather all the Jews to be found in Susa, and hold a fast on my behalf, and do not eat or drink for three days, night or day. I and my young women will also fast as you do. Then I will go to the king, though it is against the law, and if I perish, I perish.'" (Esther 4:15-16)
March 20 is today observed as the Fast of Esther. We are calling on everyone to fast on this day, praying that the Christian Evangelical community in the United States, which brought Donald Trump into office, will act like Queen Esther and approach President Trump asking him to withdraw from his "deal of the century," to divide the Land of Israel. 

God wants to restore the Jewish people to the Land of Israel and Trump's peace plan greatly endangers this effort. This is a very critical time for Israel and we need to stand in the gap now and fast and pray. It is written in Ezekiel about the mountains of Israel, 80% of which are located in the area where the international community wants to establish a Palestinian state,
"Therefore prophesy concerning the land of Israel, and say to the mountains and hills, to the ravines and valleys, Thus says the Lord God: Behold, I have spoken in my jealous wrath, because you have suffered the reproach of the nations. Therefore thus says the Lord God: I swear that the nations that are all around you shall themselves suffer reproach. 

"But you, O mountains of Israel, shall shoot forth your branches and yield your fruit to my people Israel, for they will soon come home. For behold, I am for you, and I will turn to you, and you shall be tilled and sown. And I will multiply people on you, the whole house of Israel, all of it. The cities shall be inhabited and the waste places rebuilt. And I will multiply on you man and beast, and they shall multiply and be fruitful. And I will cause you to be inhabited as in your former times, and will do more good to you than ever before. Then you will know that I am the Lord. I will let people walk on you, even my people Israel. And they shall possess you, and you shall be their inheritance, and you shall no longer bereave them of children." (Ez 36:6-12)
(Source: The Elijah Prayer Army; excerpt)

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- The Persecuted Church
- Classic Hymns
- Signs and Wonders
- The Good News Corner
- Worship with Us Today!

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


"Let me tell you what He has done for me." (Psalm 66:16)


I love to tell the story of unseen things above,
Of Jesus and His glory, of Jesus and His love.
I love to tell the story, because I know 'tis true;
It satisfies my longings as nothing else can do.


I love to tell the story, 'twill be my theme in glory,
To tell the old, old story of Jesus and His love.

I love to tell the story; more wonderful it seems
Than all the golden fancies of all our golden dreams.
I love to tell the story, it did so much for me;
And that is just the reason I tell it now to thee.

I love to tell the story; 'tis pleasant to repeat
What seems, each time I tell it, more wonderfully sweet.
I love to tell the story, for some have never heard
The message of salvation from God's own holy Word.

I love to tell the story, for those who know it best
Seem hungering and thirsting to hear it like the rest.
And when, in scenes of glory, I sing the new, new song,
'Twill be the old, old story that I have loved so long. 



Please go here. (Alan Jackson)

About the Author:

Words:A. Katherine Hankey, 1866 

Melody: William G. Fischer, 1869

About the Hymn: 

"Last winter a young man appeared here from British Columbia," says a letter from Surrey, England. "He was in the Royal Marines. He was a total abstainer and was doing all he could to promote temperance among his comrades. While here he went to church, and the curate, who had a conversation with him, was much pleased with his manly behavior and resolute desire to do right. He wore a medal and had good conduct marks on his clothes. 

This man was the little boy whom Miss T. had picked up in Battersea Park many years before, and who had learned of the gospel of salvation entirely by listening to the maidservants singing sacred songs while scrubbing the doorsteps and cleaning windows. The hymn that, as a child, he seemed to make entirely his own was, 'I love to tell the story,' though he knew several others when he was picked up in the park. As he had never been to church or chapel, the hymns were the only channel through which divine truth had been conveyed to him, and by which the first seed was sown in his heart that made him a man of character and usefulness."
(Source: Sankey, Ira David. My Life and the Story of the Gospel Hymns. New York: Harper & Brothers, 1906, pp. pp. 164-65)

Signs and Wonders

Avalanche buries multiple cars on Colo. 91, shut down road south of Copper Mountain

Several vehicles were trapped late Thursday afternoon in an avalanche on a mountain highway just south of Copper Mountain, although there were no reported injuries.

The avalanche, reported about 3:50 p.m., shut down Colorado 91 in both directions, according to the State Patrol. The avalanche dumped 15 feet of snow on the road and is about 300 feet wide, according to Trooper Gary Cutler, a State Patrol spokesman.

Four vehicles were buried in the slide, which ran down Resolute Cliff, according to the Colorado Department of Transportation. People in the vehicles involved were able to get out.

The road reopened at about 8 p.m. Thursday. CDOT described the avalanche as natural and it happened in an area with no prior history of an avalanche. Multiple avalanches have been triggered this week in the high country, where snow continued to fall Thursday afternoon. On Wednesday, Aspen Snowmass reported 22 inches of snow with a 111-inch base, and Copper Mountain reported 18 new inches of snow on a 120-inch base.

Interstate 70 was closed between Vail and Frisco on Thursday after an overnight avalanche on Vail Pass and a second slide later in the morning that ruptured a natural gas pipeline on Copper Mountain. The interstate reopened about 7 p.m. Thursday. (Denver Post) 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

Man Gets Swallowed Up, Spit Out By Whale in Real-Life Tale of Jonah

For almost fifteen years, South African diver Rainer Schimpf has been documenting an extraordinary ecological phenomenon called the "sardine run," when billions of fish spawn in the cool waters of the Agulhas Bank and move northward along the east coast of South Africa, bringing with them a plethora of hungry predators seeking after an easy meal. This year, however, Schimpf almost became dinner for one enormous Bryde's Whale. 

In a scene reminiscent of the Biblical story of Jonah, Schimpf, 51, found himself gobbled up by the vast mammal in a matter of seconds. 

The experienced diver explained how, at the moment he was grabbed by the enormous fish, he held his breath, fearful that the huge beast would drag him down to the depths. "My thought was now he is going to dive down and release me much deeper in the ocean," he said. 

But the whale decided not to swallow Rainer, as was the case in the tale of Jonah. Instead, after a few moments sizing him up, it decided to spit him out. "The next moment, I felt that the whale was turning and the pressure was released," Schimpf recalled. "Then I was washed out of the mouth and came back up onto the surface, where surely I wasn't looking too clever!" ( Read more.

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