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"Praying for All in Authority"
Thursday, June 20, 2019

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Focus on Israel

1. Netanyahu To Israel's Enemies: We Have Power To Destroy, Do Not Test Us - Jerusalem Post

Israel has tremendous destructive capabilities, and its enemies should not test it, Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Wednesday after viewing a large IDF exercise in the north.

"I am very impressed by the improvement in the [IDF's] readiness, in the spirit of the fighters and the commanders, and especially in the IDF's destructive power," said Netanyahu, who is also the country's defense minister. He viewed the mutli-pronged exercise with Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Aviv Kochavi, and spoke with IDF officers and soldiers participating in the drill.

"I hear our neighbors from the north, south and east threatening to destroy us," he said. "I say to our enemies: The IDF has a very large power of annihilation. Do not try us."

(Read more)

2. Water terror in Mount Hevron - Israel National News

The community of Avigail in the southern Hevron Hills has faced repeated acts of 'water terrorism.' Arutz Sheva spoke to Tzik, the village secretary, to discuss how the village copes with this phenomenon on a day-to-day basis.

At the start of his remarks, Tzik clarified that the problem has not only returned, but has spread "to the entire eastern route of Mount Hevron, from Susia to Carmel. We've had real problems these last few weeks. Farmers need a lot of water mainly during this period and they are constantly stealing water from the line in a very sophisticated way, below the ground."

"They steal from the water pipes' sources, and in the end the sources can't supply enough water for our situation in which they steal while we have an increased need for water. The result is that residents are without access to water for certain hours.

(Read more)

3. Bahrain to permit Israeli journalists to enter country - Israel National News

Bahrain has allowed journalists from six different Israeli media outlets to enter the country next week in order to cover the "Peace to Prosperity" conference in Manama which will launch the economic part of the Trump administration's peace plan, Barak Ravid of Channel 13 News reported on Wednesday.

According to Ravid, Bahrain approved the entry of the Israelis at the request of US President Donald Trump's senior adviser Jared Kushner, whose team has been working for the last two years on gradually normalizing relations between Israel and the Gulf states.

This is an unprecedented move by Bahrain that for the first time will allow Israeli journalists to report from the Kingdom which does not have diplomatic ties with Israel.

(Read more)

4. Kremlin Joins Netanyahu, Says Next Week's Trilateral Talks With US in Jerusalem 'Very Important' - Jewish Press

The Kremlin echoed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Wednesday night with a separate statement underscoring the importance of the upcoming trilateral meeting to be held next Monday in Jerusalem between national security advisers from Russia, the United States and Israel.

Kremlin spokesperson Dmitry Peskov was quoted by the Tass news agency as saying, "This is a very important contact. The sides will have a vital exchange of views on the situation in the region, namely the Middle East settlement, the settlement process in Syria and other issues, which they consider necessary to discuss."

Netanyahu noted in his remarks earlier this week that the talks will be important for future stability in the region. "At the start of next week, there will be an historic and unprecedented meeting in Jerusalem between the national security advisers of the US, Russia and Israel," the prime minister said. "This is a very important summit for ensuring stability in the Middle East during turbulent times."

(Read more)

5. Jewish woman hit in head with metal ball outside of Paris synagogue - Times Of Israel

A 79-year-old Jewish woman was wounded outside a Paris synagogue when she was hit by a metal ball hurled at her head.

The victim was taken to the hospital with cranial damage and loss of blood. Her condition is stable, France Bleu reported Wednesday, a day after the attack in the French capital's 11th District.

Witnesses outside the synagogue said they did not see from where the ball was hurled or by whom.

(Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. Trump to meet with China's Xi Jinping at the G20 in make or break trade-war showdown - Market Insider

President Donald Trump said on Tuesday he had spoken with Chinese President Xi Jinping, and that trade negotiations would resume before the end of the month. The comments ease concerns that planned escalations between the largest economies would take place at the end of June.

Trump has vowed to slap steep tariffs on virtually all imports from China if Xi doesn't meet with him at the G20 summit at the end of the month. Eleven rounds of trade negotiations between the two countries stalled in early May after the US said China reneged on nearly all major commitments in a draft deal. That led the Trump administration to increase import taxes on China, subjecting $250 billion worth of products to a 25% duty. China retaliated by raising its own tariffs on American products.

Lawmakers from both sides of the aisle have grown frustrated with the Trump administration's approach to addressing trade policies seen as unfair. Republican Senator Chuck Grassley of Iowa is leading efforts to put together legislation in the coming weeks that would seek to limit presidential tariff powers. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the Chinese will accept the deal being offered by President Trump and his team. Continue to give them wisdom throughout this process.

- For the Lord gives wisdom; from His mouth come knowledge and understanding. (Proverbs 2:6)

2. Supreme Court Allows State, Federal Prosecutions for Same Crime - Epoch Times

Convicting an accused person of the same offense in state and federal courts doesn't violate the Constitution's double jeopardy ban, the Supreme Court ruled June 17, in a case with ramifications for those convicted in federal court in light of special counsel Robert Mueller's now-complete Russia investigation. Mueller's shadow loomed large over oral arguments in the case on Dec. 6, 2018, even though he wasn't mentioned. That's because former associates of President Donald Trump, such as his former campaign manager, Paul Manafort, could still face state-level prosecutions in addition to the federal prosecutions launched by Mueller. Manafort is now serving federal prison time for white-collar fraud unrelated to his campaign work but unearthed as a result of Mueller's work.

Citing a previous ruling, Alito writes that the language of the Constitution "protects individuals from being twice put in jeopardy 'for the same offense,' not for the same conduct or actions." Chief Justice John Roberts, and Justices Clarence Thomas, Stephen Breyer, Sonia Sotomayor, Elena Kagan, and Brett Kavanaugh joined in Alito's opinion. Thomas filed his own concurring opinion.

In his dissent, Gorsuch blasted his colleagues on the court. "A free society does not allow its government to try the same individual for the same crime until it's happy with the result," he wrote. "Unfortunately, the Court today endorses a colossal exception to this ancient rule against double jeopardy." (Read more)

- Father, we pray for justice and consistency in opinions from the Supreme Court.

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

3. David Perdue Proposes Holding Federal Employees to Account - Breitbart

Sen. Perdue (R-GA), along with Sens. Marsha Blackburn (R-TN), Mike Braun (R-IN), Tom Cotton (R-AR), Chuck Grassley (R-IA), and Roger Wicker (R-MS) reintroduced the Modern Employment, Improvement and Transformation (MERIT) Act, which would modernize the federal civil service system by expediting the dismissal of federal employees who fail to meet performance standards. Rep. Barry Loudermilk (R-GA) introduced the House companion legislation on Wednesday.

The Georgia conservatives' legislation arises as President Donald Trump announced his 2020 presidential campaign Tuesday, pledging to continue ridding Washington, DC of corruption.

Perdue said in a statement federal employees should be held to the same standard as every other American, suggesting that with over $22 trillion in debt, we cannot afford workers who cannot serve the American people. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the MERIT Act will finally pass through both houses of Congress and give the Administration the authority needed to remove bad federal employees.

- Take away the wicked from before the king, and his throne will be established in righteousness. (Proverbs 25:5)

4. Senator Hawley Introduces Act to Stop Foreign Espionage - Epoch Times

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) on June 18 introduced legislation aimed at protecting sensitive national security-related academic research from theft by foreign intelligence services from countries such as China, Russia, and Iran.

The legislation titled the "Protect Our Universities Act of 2019" was introduced in the Senate and will also be submitted as a Senate amendment to the FY 2020 National Defense Authorization Act which is presently going through markups in the House and Senate. Hawley's legislation comes after Rep. Jim Banks (R-Ind.) introduced a similar bill in the House months ago.

Bank's legislation establishes a Department of Education-led interagency task force to address the vulnerabilities currently present on college campuses across the nation. "America's universities cultivate the free and open exchange of ideas and information, all with the intent of making the world a better place. Unfortunately, they are also key targets of espionage and intellectual property theft by not only China but Russia and Iran," Hawley said in a statement. (Read more)

- Father God, no matter how many laws we pass, we still need You to watch over us and keep us safe. We are glad You are always there, hearing our prayers.

- Unless the Lord builds the house, the builders labor in vain. Unless the Lord watches over the city, the guards stand watch in vain. (Psalm 127:1)

5. In New Bill, Sen. Josh Hawley Warns Big Tech: Stop Political Censorship Or Lose Legal Immunity - The Federalist

Sen. Josh Hawley (R-Mo.) introduced legislation on Wednesday aimed at cracking down on "Big Tech's political censorship." Hawley's Ending Support for Internet Censorship Act would amend Section 230 of the Communications Decency Act "to encourage" major tech platforms "to provide content moderation that is politically neutral."

"This legislation simply states that if the tech giants want to keep their government-granted immunity, they must bring transparency and accountability to their editorial processes and prove that they don't discriminate," Hawley said in a statement.

Law professor Josh Blackman broke down the bill in a helpful Twitter thread, noting its scope is limited to companies with more than 30 million active users in the United States, Hawley included a First Amendment carve-out, and that companies that don't seek out certification would continue to exist, just without Section 230 immunity (which would open them up to lawsuits). (Read more)

- Father, we ask You to help our legislators craft good legislation to support freedom of speech online and hold those censoring views accountable.

- Righteous lips are the delight of kings, and they love him who speaks what is right. (Proverbs 16:13)

6. Ex-FBI agent in [Missouri] governor case charged with perjury and evidence tampering - Washington Examiner

A former FBI agent hired to investigate Eric Greitens, a Navy SEAL veteran who was Missouri governor, has been indicted on perjury charges. William Tisaby was charged with six counts of perjury and one count of tampering with physical evidence in the indictment, which was unsealed Monday. He had been under investigation by a special counsel charged with looking into allegations that he lied during a 2008 hearing.

Tisaby, 66, was hired by St. Louis Circuit Attorney Kim Gardner days after Greitens, a 45-year-old Republican, admitted to having an affair with a hairdresser in 2018. The indictment says that Tisaby lied under oath about "matters which could substantially affect, or did substantially affect, the course or outcome of the Greitens case." He was accused of tampering with evidence for allegedly keeping documents in the case from Greitens' defense attorneys.

Greitens' former lawyer Scott Rosenblum tore into prosecutors, accusing them of misconduct in last year's highly publicized case. "Eric Greitens should still be governor," Rosenblum said. "This was a misguided prosecution from the very beginning. It's one of the worst cases of prosecutorial misconduct that I have seen in my 36 years of practicing criminal defense law." (Read more)

- Father God, we pray for the restoration of Eric Greitens' life and career. We also ask You to remove all persons who participated in repeating false accusations and pressuring him to resign from office.

- How long, Lord, will you look on? Rescue me from their ravages, my precious life from these lions. (Psalm 35:17)

7. FBI, warned early and often that Manafort file might be fake, used it anyway - The Hill

When the final chapter of the Russia collusion caper is written, it is likely two seminal documents the FBI used to justify investigating Donald Trump's 2016 campaign will turn out to be bunk. The first, the Christopher Steele dossier, has received enormous attention. And the more scrutiny it receives, the more its truthfulness wanes. Its credibility has declined so much that many now openly question how the FBI used it to support a surveillance warrant against the Trump campaign in October 2016.

The second document, known as the "black cash ledger," remarkably has escaped the same scrutiny, even though its emergence in Ukraine in the summer of 2016 forced Paul Manafort to resign as Trump's campaign chairman and eventually face U.S. indictment. The FBI's public reliance on the ledger came months after the feds were warned repeatedly that the document couldn't be trusted and likely was a fake, according to documents and more than a dozen interviews with knowledgeable sources.

Submitting knowingly false or suspect evidence - whether historical or to support probable cause - in a federal court proceeding violates FBI rules and can be a crime under certain circumstances. But with Manafort, the FBI and Mueller's office did not cite the actual ledger - which would require agents to discuss their assessment of the evidence - and instead cited media reports about it. The feds assisted on one of those stories as sources. In the end, the best proof that the FBI knew the black ledger was a sham is that prosecutors never introduced it to jurors in Manafort's trial. (Read more)

- Father, we thank You for bringing all these investigative irregularities to light. We pray these revelations will bring true justice to those accused.

- Thus has the Lord of hosts said, 'Dispense true justice and practice kindness and compassion each to his brother. (Zechariah 7:9)

8. 'Self-Righteous': Dem Staffer Headed To Prison As Prosecutors Look To Make Example Of Him For Politically-Motivated Crimes - Daily Caller

A former aide to Sen. Maggie Hassan and Rep. Sheila Jackson Lee is headed to prison Wednesday for what prosecutors said was the largest known data theft in Senate history. The former aide, Jackson Cosko, pleaded guilty in April to crimes related to an unparalleled effort to ransack a Senate office, extorting a Democratic senator, illegally harming Republicans for their political views, and blackmailing a witness.

Prosecutors asked for nearly five years in prison for Cosko. He admitted he stole the New Hampshire Democrat's data out of revenge for being fired, then used it to doxx Republicans during the Brett Kavanaugh hearings. "The defendant operated under the belief that he was entitled to inflict emotional distress upon United States Senators and their families, simply because they disagreed with the defendant and had different political views," prosecutors wrote.

Prosecutors described "a months-long series of burglaries and sophisticated data theft offenses directed at the office of United States Senator Maggie Hassan; to a separate set of 'doxxing' offenses through which he maliciously released personal information of Senators Lindsay Graham, Orrin Hatch, Mike Lee, Rand Paul, and Mitch McConnell; and to obstruction of justice, because he attempted to silence a witness by threatening to release the private health information of a Senator's children, because he corrupted another person and persuaded her to attempt to 'wipe down' the scene of his burglaries, and because he attempted to destroy evidence in his own apartment."

After Kentucky Republican Paul - who was the victim of a physical assault and has been shot at - demanded accountability for the mystery "doxxer," Cosko targeted Paul and Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell "with the intent to intimidate them," posting their personal addresses and phone numbers, knowing that others would use the information to harass them, prosecutors said. (Read more)

- Father God, we ask for Your divine protection over all our elected officials, their families, and their personal information.

- For you shall not go out with haste, nor go by flight; For the Lord will go before you, and the God of Israel will be your rear guard. (Isaiah 52:12)

9. Experts Denounce Facebook's New Cryptocurrency as 'Most Dangerous Form of Surveillance Yet' - CBN News

Libra is the name of the new Facebook-backed currency. Think of it as a new type of money that would be used instead of dollars. So far, 28 firms around the world have invested more than $10 million to participate. Visa, Mastercard, Uber, Spotify, and eBay are all onboard, which means these companies may accept Libra payments in the future.

The cryptocurrency announcement comes as government officials are already debating whether Facebook has gained too much power, like a monopoly, and should be broken up. "If the top-line question about Facebook and antitrust is about whether to break it up and spin off the likes of WhatsApp and Instagram - well this global coin is the most invasive and dangerous form of surveillance they have devised thus far," Chen continued. "This will easily become the most dangerous antitrust case in history."

"This project is the antithesis of bitcoin and is another step towards total control of data and users," he concluded. This is not the first time Facebook has attempted to create a type of digital currency. Back in 2009, it tried Facebook Credits, which let users buy features in Facebook-hosted games and other apps. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for protection over our privacy and financial information. Give us wisdom in what to use online and how we are to interact with this world.

- My prayer is not that you take them out of the world but that you protect them from the evil one. (John 17:15)

10. "Torrential Rain Of Biblical Proportions" Is Causing Immense Devastation For Midwest Farmers - ZeroHedge

The wettest 12 months in all of U.S. history was followed by the second wettest May on record, and for some parts of the Midwest the month of June will be even worse. Since Friday, as much as 10 inches of rain has fallen in the Ohio Valley causing flooding, necessitating water rescues and creating a mudslide near Lexington, Kentucky.

At this point, millions of acres that farmers had intended to plant with corn will go completely unused. In some parts of the heartland, it literally looks like a hurricane just came through. When Ohio Department of Agriculture Director Dorothy Pelanda recently toured farms in her state, she saw fields that were "filled with water and weeds instead of crops".

Other farmers will be hit with huge losses at the end of the season when yields are way down. For many Midwest farmers, this will be their last year in operation. Farm bankruptcies had already risen to the highest level since the last recession even before all of this rain. According to one recent survey, it is expected that the number of farm loan defaults over the next year will be double what we saw in 2017. (Read more)

- Father God, we know so many families are devastated by this flooding. We pray our nation will have compassion and pour out resources to help them recover.

- Though the fig tree does not bud and there are no grapes on the vines, though the olive crop fails and the fields produce no food, though there are no sheep in the pen and no cattle in the stalls, yet I will rejoice in the Lord, I will be joyful in God my Savior. (Habakkuk 3:17-18)

The Daily Jot

Wednesday, June 19, 2019

The reelection announcement deception

Did you know that President Donald Trump announced his bid for reelection last night before a jam-packed audience in Orlando, Florida? Unless you are "plugged in" to the political scene, you may have missed it. While the news media has been covering almost every minute detail of hateful, falsified, hypocritical and stupid comments and policies of the some 20 candidates for the Democratic Party presidential nomination, there is not much coverage of Trump's announcement. It was difficult to even find the text of his speech. What coverage there was used excerpts of his speech to characterize what he said in a negative light. For example, the Washington Post said his speech was a list of grievances.

Salvador Rizzo of the Washington Post said Trump's speech was "littered with the same false or misleading claims he has so often repeated as president. Phony numbers on trade. Unfounded claims about immigrants. False statements about special counsel Robert S. Mueller III's investigation. Fishy economic statistics and wild exaggerations about his presidential accomplishments." Of course, Rizzo listed some of the 10,000 "false or misleading claims" that the Post has assembled and he says that the President repeated in his reelection speech. Things like calling the Russia investigation a "witch hunt" and that the Democrats colluded by paying for a false dossier, which they used as the basis to spy on him.

Then Rizzo defended the Democrats use of the dossier, the intelligence community and the Mueller Special Counsel investigation to try to nail Trump, saying that "he has little evidence to make his case." The Washington Post, Bloomberg, CNN, etc., seemed determined to use the speech as an opportunity to characterize Trump negatively. It was so obvious that The Hill reported: "One major departure from the 2016 campaign launch: Cable news networks did not air much of the president's Tuesday night speech. Although Fox News carried the entire event live, CNN only aired six minutes of his remarks and MSNBC did not carry any of it." Despite the media wanting to brand Trump a liar, there were some very poignant truths in Trump's words.

Trump said, for example, "We went through the greatest witch hunt in political history. It was all an illegal attempt to overturn the election, spy on our campaign which is what they did to subvert our democracy." He also said, "This election is a verdict on whether we want to live in a country where the people who lose an election, refuse to concede and spend the next two years trying to shred our Constitution and rip your country apart." He rightly said that his opponents are a radical, unholy alliance. But the news media doesn't want to address that charge because they are part of it, and they agree with the radicalism. Thus, they twist every word of Trump's speech. As 2 Timothy 3:13 says, "But evil men and seducers shall wax worse and worse, deceiving and being deceived." This entire election season will be one of deception. Seek the truth.

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)

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Classic Hymns



"Then shall we know, if we follow on to know the Lord." (Hosea 6:3)


Down in the valley with my Savior I would go,
Where the flowers are blooming and the sweet waters flow;
Everywhere He leads me I would follow, follow on,
Walking in His footsteps till the crown be won.


Follow! follow! I would follow Jesus!
Anywhere, everywhere, I would follow on!
Follow! follow! I would follow Jesus!
Everywhere He leads me I would follow on!

Down in the valley with my Savior I would go,
Where the storms are sweeping and the dark waters flow;
With His hand to lead me I will never, never fear,
Danger cannot fright me if my Lord is near.


Down in the valley, or upon the mountain steep,
Close beside my Savior would my soul ever keep;
He will lead me safely in the path that He has trod,
Up to where they gather on the hills of God.



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Words: William O. Cushing, 1878.

Melody: Robert Lowry, 1880

About the Hymn:

"I wrote this hymn in 1878," the Rev. W. O. Cushing tells me. "Longing to give up all for Christ who had given his life for me, I wanted to be willing to lay everything at his feet, with no wish but to do his will, to live henceforth only for his glory. Out of this feeling came the hymn, 'Follow On.' It was written with the prayer and the hope that some heart might by it be led to give up all for Christ. Much of the power and usefulness of the hymn, however, are due to Mr. Lowry, who put it into song."

(Source: Sankey, Ira David. My Life and the Story of the Gospel Hymns. New York: Har­per & Brothers, 1906.)

Signs and Wonders

Street sign ignites into raging fire after lightning strikes natural gas line

A street sign in Foxfield, Colorado, ignited into a raging fire on June 17, after lightning struck a nearby gas line. Firefighters were not able to put the fire out using water, as the gas line needed to be shutoff. ( Read more and view video 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

Why This Man Mowed Lawns for Veterans and Single Moms in All 50 States, and How Delta Airlines Helped Out

An Alabama native has now finished his mission of mowing the lawns of military veterans and Americans with special needs in all 50 states.

Delta Airlines flew Rodney Smith to Alaska and Hawaii so he could complete his service goal. Smith tweeted a picture on his flight.

Smith started his mowing service called Raising Men Lawn Care Service in 2015. His goal was to mow lawns in all 50 states for people who were unable to mow their own lawns. This includes veterans, single mothers, the elderly and disabled.

Rodney said he had a one-on-one conversation with God and asked Him to use him as His vessel. WCNC reported that Smith had hit a road block when attempting to complete his goal. He had been traveling across the US in his car, so getting to Alaska and Hawaii would be hard.

Delta reached out to him when the company heard what he was doing and thanked him for serving veterans "in this incredible way."

(CBN and Breaking Christian News)Read more here.

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