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"Praying for All in Authority"
Thursday, July 18, 2019

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Focus on Israel

1. Evacuations begin as massive fires break out across Israel- Israel National News

A number of major fires broke out across Israel Wednesday afternoon, forcing some evacuations and destroying a number of homes.

Five homes in the central Israeli town of Or Yehuda went up in flames after a fire broke out in the Ramat Pinhas neighborhood, forcing residents to evacuate. Firefighters have been deployed at multiple fronts around the Ramat Pinhas fire in a bid to prevent additional houses from being destroyed. Meanwhile, police have ordered residents out of the neighborhood.

In addition, residents from the town of Shavei Shomron in Samaria were also ordered to evacuate as a blaze raged out of control on the edge of town. Firefighters working to contain the blaze have been joined by police units who are overseeing the evacuation of residents.

(Read more)

2. Assad, Iran seek plan to 'deal with Israeli attacks' in Syria - Israel Hayom

Syrian President Bashar Assad met on Tuesday in Damascus with a senior Iranian official, whose name wasn't made public, on ways to cope with Israeli airstrikes in the war-torn country, Syrian newspaper Al-Watan, which is affiliated to the regime, reported.

According to the report, the Iranian official also discussed with Assad the Trump administration's so-called "deal of the century" on Israeli-Palestinian peace, and presented to him Iranian Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei's plan to contend with the American plan for the region.

The report comes amid the backdrop of recent attacks on pro-Iranian forces in Syria. Some of the attacks have been attributed to Israel, which has denied involvement. In other cases, Israel has taken responsibility for the attacks. In the past year, senior Israeli officials, chief among them Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, have been increasingly candid about confronting Iranian entrenchment efforts in Syria.

(Read more)

3. Labor, Meretz preparing for joint run - Israel National News

The Labor and Meretz parties are on the verge of forming a joint ticket for the September 17th Knesset election, following a meeting between the newly minted Labor chief, Amir Peretz, and the new Meretz chairman, Nitzan Horowitz.

At the end of their meeting, the two left-wing leaders reached an agreement on all basic principles, laying the foundation for an alliance between the two parties, either as a comprehensive union of Meretz and Labor, or as a technical bloc which would allow the two parties to split up again after the election.

The two parties had considered such an alliance prior to the April 9th election, but then-Labor chairman Avi Gabbay rejected the proposal, citing internal polls saying the move would not bring a net gain in votes.

(Read more)

4. Police Defy Netanyahu, Send Hundreds of Troops to Demolish Jewish Outpost -Jewish Press

Hundreds of police arrived Wednesday morning to demolish the Maoz Esther outpost near Kochav Hashahar in the Binyamin region, News-Pnay reported.

Police appear to have acted in clear defiance of the policy change stated on July 11 by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who vowed that he would no longer allow the evacuation of any settlement - Jewish or Arab.

"Here's a commitment, write it down," Netanyahu said at an event in Revava, between Barkan and Karnei Shomron-five minutes from Kfar Saba-marking the 40th anniversary of the Samaria Regional Council. "I offer it under my own name, but it's crucial to understand that it has no time limit," the PM insisted, vowing: "No settlement can be uprooted in the Land of Israel, neither Jewish nor Arab. We do not uproot people. We're done with this nonsense. Under my leadership, Israel did not and will not repeat the mistakes of the past."

(Read more)

5. IDF, Shin Bet Foil Hamas Money Laundering Ring- Jerusalem Post

The IDF and Shin Bet (Israel Security Agency) foiled a Hamas money-laundering network in the West Bank on Tuesday, in which a money transfer scheme operated from the Gaza Strip to Ramallah coordinated between senior Hamas officials in Gaza and their Hamas operatives in the West Bank.

"The network that we have now exposed operated under the guise of a civilian organization in an attempt to conceal the money's origin and destination," the military said in a statement.

The network was operated by a civilian travel and passport-issuing agency named "Al-Haramain," according to the statement. The agency is owned by the Hani brothers and Firas Blbiesi, along with a money exchanger named Mohammad Swesi, all of whom operated from the Gaza Strip.

(Read more)

The Daily Brief

1. House votes to kill impeachment effort against Trump
- The Hill

The House on Wednesday voted 332-95 to kill the first articles of impeachment brought forward under the new Democratic majority, showing off a deep divide among Democrats on whether to go forward with an effort to unseat President Trump.

A majority of Democrats along with the chamber's Republicans voted to table the measure sponsored by Rep. Al Green (D-Texas), while 95 Democrats voted in favor of it. Green, whose previous impeachment votes have accused Trump of inflaming racial tensions, offered the measure immediately after the House on Tuesday voted to condemn Trump over tweets targeting four minority Democratic congresswomen.

Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-Calif.) has sought to quash talk of impeachment, and her side won the vote on Wednesday. But it also made clear a large number of Democrats want to take action against Trump even before hearing from Mueller.

"Today's vote is to determine whether or not we will punish the president. The effort yesterday was wonderful. I supported it. But it does not punish the president," Green said in a House floor speech. (Read more)

- Father, we pray our legislators will focus on the priorities of the citizens of the United States and stop trying to re-litigate the 2016 election.

- When I was a child, I spoke as a child, I understood as a child, I thought as a child; but when I became a man, I put away childish things. (1 Corinthians 13:11)

2. Trump orders flags at half-staff in memory of Justice John Paul Stevens - Fox News

In memory of Supreme Court Justice John Paul Stevens, who died Tuesday night at 99, President Trump ordered the American flag flown at half-staff at the White House. The order also applies to military posts, naval vessels, embassies and other government facilities.

Stevens died as a result of "complications following a stroke he suffered on July 15, according to the Supreme Court. He served on the high court for nearly 35 years after being appointed by President Gerald Ford. Stevens' influence was felt on issues including abortion rights, protecting consumers and placing limits on the death penalty. He led the high court's decision to allow terrorism suspects held at Guantanamo Bay to plead for their freedom in U.S. courts. He retired in June 2010 at age 90, the second oldest justice in the court's history. Stevens served more than twice the average tenure for a justice. (Read more)

- Father, we ask You to comfort the Stevens family, and members of the court, as they mourn the passing of Justice Stevens.

- Blessed are those who mourn, for they shall be comforted. (Matthew 5:4)

3. Ted Cruz: Google's Control Over People Is "Unprecedented" - Western Journal

Sen. Ted Cruz convened Tuesday's hearing to investigate the power of Google and its ideological intervention in search results. "Google's control over what people hear, watch, read, and say is unprecedented." Cruz, a vocal critic of Google's alleged attacks on conservative content, delivered a scorching statement to open inquiry.

"The Google search engine [is] a computer program written and maintained by people so every time we search on Google, we see only the web pages that Google decides we should see in the order that Google decides we should see them."

"The American people are subject to both overt censorship and covert manipulation," Cruz told the hearing attendees. "I believe it's time to rethink [Section 230 immunity] if big tech cannot provide us with evidence clear compelling data and evidence that it's not playing Big Brother with its vast immense powers." (Read more)

- Father, we pray our government will effectively regulate the tech companies, exposing their algorithms and programming to oversight and review.

- For God will bring every deed into judgment, including every hidden thing, whether it is good or evil. (Ecclesiastes 12:14)

4. Independent Research Finds Google Responsible for 2.6 - 10.4 Million Votes for Hillary in 2016 Election - Raze

While the media is busy focusing on whether or not Trump is racist, there is a media blackout on the revelation that Google, NOT RUSSIA, not only influenced, but is responsible for 2.6-10.4 million votes for Hillary in the 2016 presidential election.

One researcher said Google is not biased, the other (Dr. Epstein, Psychology Today) presented a powerful statement claiming that he has proof that Google influenced at least 2.6 million and as many as 10.4 million voters in favor of Hillary Clinton. The kicker: HE IS A HILLARY SUPPORTER AND VOTED FOR HER!

I did not even bother writing about this yesterday after the hearing even though I was floored by what I was witnessing because I thought that at least Fox News would be all over it, but no. The Fox Business channel on YouTube does not even have the video archive from the live feed yesterday on their YouTube channel. (Read more)

- Father, we pray the Federal Election Commission will get involved and investigate "in kind" donations to political campaigns from tech companies where newsfeeds and search results are biased towards a certain candidate or party.

- "See, I have this day set you over the nations and over the kingdoms, to root out and to pull down, to destroy and to throw down, to build and to plant."
(Jeremiah 1:10)

5. No Deal: Trump Cancels Sale of U.S. F-35 Fighter Jets to Turkey - Breitbart

The U.S. will cancel the sale of F-35 fighter jets to Turkey after Ankara decided to buy a rival missile defense system from Russia, U.S. President Donald Trump confirmed Tuesday. Russia's S-400 is considered one of the most advanced air-defense systems in the world.

The U.S. has long argued Turkey's purchase of the Russian system not only risks the security of NATO members, it also violates the 2017 law threatening sanctions for any purchase of sophisticated Russian technology - the Countering Russian Influence in Europe and Eurasia Act of 2017.

Trump said the decision to ban F-35 sales was one he was making reluctantly, as the F-35 is the world's largest defense program and has already generated $12.9bn worth of orders. As Trump confirmed the end of the sale to Turkey, fellow NATO ally UK received a second training squadron of state-of-the-art F-35 Lightning jets at RAF Marham. (Read more)

- Father, we pray our sensitive technologies and military capabilities will be secure against those who would exploit them for their own gain or to harm our nation. (or Israel)

- Keep me safe from the traps set by evildoers, from the snares they have laid for me. (Psalm 141:9)

6. 'Social Justice' and Identity Politics Leader Named Planned Parenthood Acting President - Breitbart

Planned Parenthood Federation of America (PPFA) named Alexis McGill Johnson as its acting president. McGill Johnson was named Tuesday as PPFA announced its president for the past eight months, Dr. Leana Wen, would be stepping down. The board chairs describe the new acting president as a "renowned social justice leader and a tireless advocate for reproductive rights and access to quality, affordable health care."

McGill Johnson, who holds degrees from Princeton and Yale Universities and has taught political science, is also co-founder and former co-director of the Perception Institute, a consortium of researchers and strategists. Cunningham and Rosenthal state the group translates "cutting edge mind science research on race, gender, ethnic, and other identities into solutions that reduce bias and discrimination, and promote belonging."

The change in leadership comes as the Trump administration announced it will begin implementing its Protect Life Rule immediately, ending taxpayer funds to facilities that provide or refer for abortions, including Planned Parenthood. Dr. Wen had been the first physician to lead the organization in decades. The people familiar with the move said there had been internal strife over her management, and that the group felt it needed a more aggressive political leader to fight the efforts to roll back access to abortions. (Read more)

- Father, we pray Planned Parenthood will continue to be exposed for the evil they promote as "healthcare". Help each pregnant woman in our nation have courage and choose life for their little ones.

- Idol-makers amount to nothing, and the things they treasure can do no one any good. They are witnesses with blind eyes who know nothing; they will be disgraced. (Isaiah 44:9)

7. Morning Joe releases footage of Trump with Jeffrey Epstein at Mar-a-Lago - Washington Examiner

MSNBC's Morning Joe aired footage Wednesday of President Trump with Jeffrey Epstein at Mar-a-Lago in 1992. Epstein pleaded guilty to felony prostitution charges more than a decade later. He is now behind bars facing sex trafficking and conspiracy charges.

Trump said last week he was "not a fan" of Epstein and he "knew him like everybody in Palm Beach knew him." Trump and Epstein were filmed as part of a profile on Trump's lifestyle after his first divorce. In the footage, Trump greets Epstein and two other guests and is later shown talking with Epstein as they watch women on the dance floor.

Epstein's sweetheart plea deal in 2008 led to the resignation of Trump's Labor Secretary Alex Acosta last week. Acosta served as U.S. attorney in Florida and oversaw Epstein's prosecution. (Read more)

- Father, we pray this effort to link President Trump with Jeffrey Epstein's crimes will completely fail.

- Though they join forces, the wicked will not go unpunished; but the posterity of the righteous will be delivered. (Proverbs 11:21)

8. Judge Says SDNY Has Ended Trump Campaign Finance Probe, Orders Michael Cohen Records Unsealed - Daily Caller

A federal judge Wednesday confirmed federal prosecutors in New York City ended their investigation into Trump campaign finance violations, which focused on former Trump attorney Michael Cohen and the Trump Organization.

Judge William Pauley confirmed the end of the probe in an order to release the remaining files in the case against Michael Cohen, the former Trump attorney who is serving a three-year prison term for several crimes.

The end of the investigation indicates that no additional Trump Organization executives - a group that includes Donald Trump Jr. - will be charged in the investigation, which was led by attorneys in U.S. attorney's office in the Southern District of New York (SDNY). (Read more)

- Father, we pray for an end to the baseless investigations and lawsuits against President Trump.

- Who will bring any charge against those whom God has chosen? It is God who justifies. (Romans 8:33)

9. Rand Paul angles to become Trump's emissary to Iran - Politico

Over a round of golf this past weekend, Sen. Rand Paul asked President Donald Trump's blessing for a sensitive diplomatic mission. Paul proposed sitting down with Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif to extend a fresh olive branch on the president's behalf, according to four U.S. officials. The aim: to reduce tensions between the two countries. Trump signed off on the idea.

It is unclear whether the senator will meet with Zarif. He and his office declined multiple requests for comment. But the president's willingness to tap Paul as the go-between with a top Iranian official is a demonstration both of his unorthodox approach to foreign affairs and his continuing desire, even as his aides threaten to squeeze Iran until it capitulates to U.S. demands, to entice the Islamic Republic's leaders to the negotiating table.

The libertarian-leaning Paul has long been wary of U.S. foreign intervention, and he's clashed with Trump administration officials over the possibility of a military conflict with Iran. When Trump last month called off retaliatory military strikes against Iran after an Iranian military official downed a U.S. drone over international waters, Paul went on the president's favorite television network to offer unqualified praise. "It really takes a statesman to show restraint amidst a chorus of voices for war," Paul told Fox News' Martha MacCallum. (Read more)

- Father, we pray for a breakthrough in negotiations with Iran, and ultimately for renewed freedom for her people.

- You have kept me from being conquered by my enemy; you broke open the way to bring me to freedom, into a beautiful, broad place. (Psalm 31:8)

10. Ebola Outbreak in Congo Is Declared a Global Health Emergency - New York Times

The World Health Organization issued the order; the virus has infected more than 2,500 people and killed nearly 1,700.

The year-old Ebola epidemic in the Democratic Republic of Congo is now considered a global health emergency, the World Health Organization said on Wednesday, in a formal declaration that many public health experts called long overdue.

But the panel was persuaded by several factors that have made combating the epidemic more urgent in recent weeks: The disease reached Goma, a city of nearly two million people; the outbreak has raged for a year; the virus has flared again in spots where it had once been contained; and the epidemic hot zone has geographically expanded in northeastern Congo near Rwanda and into Uganda. (Read more)

- Father God, we ask for Your Hand of divine intervention to rest upon this latest outbreak, bringing it under control. We ask that it spread no further, and that the authorities in the World Health Organization find ways to contain its spread, in Jesus name, amen.

- " . . . here your proud waves must stop!" (Job 38:11)

The Daily Jot

Wednesday, July 17, 2019

A sad day in America

In a party-line vote, the Democrat-controlled House of Representatives passed a resolution that "strongly condemns President Donald Trump's racist comments that have legitimized and increased fear and hatred of new Americans and people of color by saying that our fellow Americans who are immigrants, and those who may look to the President like immigrants, should "go back" to other countries, by referring to immigrants and asylum seekers as "invaders," and by saying that Members of Congress who are immigrants (or those of our colleagues who are wrongly assumed to be immigrants) do not belong in Congress or in the United States of America." This marks a sad day in America.

In addition, Congresswoman Ilhan Omar (D-MN) retweeted an article by CNN contributor Wajahat Ali that declared in its headline "Trump is a Racist. If you still support him, so are you." House Speaker Nancy Pelosi (D-CA) broke House rules by calling the President "racist" on the floor, for which she would lose her speaking privileges for the day. Democrats, however, in a party line vote, overruled the rule, allowed Pelosi to remain speaking, and ordered her remarks not be stricken from the official records. All this is political maneuvering to position the President as a racist, those who support him as racists, and the narrative will be used in political ads throughout the election. In the end of the day, nothing is solved to better the nation.

It's a sad day in America when people who prize freedom of speech cannot use their freedom to build up rather than tear down. It's a sad day in America when a President has not enough sense to behave "presidential." It's a sad day in America when elected officials will not represent their constituency rather than a tribal political ideal. It's a sad day in America when if you disagree with someone of color and you are counted a racist or bigot not on the merit of the disagreement, but because you have disagreed with a person of color. It's a sad day in America when we can't put this acerbic rhetoric aside and respectfully come together as "Americans" to solve the problems we have facing us. It's a sad day in America when words are twisted, hearts are judged, and emotions inflamed to serve nothing but hatred and hope of attaining votes from derision.

Brothers and sisters, it's a sad day in America. These elected people are behaving irresponsibly and disrespectfully, seeking offense and taking offense on every word spoken. They are not doing the bidding required of them by the Constitution or the electorate. You are not a racist because you disagree with someone of a different ethnicity or race. You are not a bigot because you disagree with someone's political belief. You are not a white supremist because you were born white. Galatians 3:28 says, "There is neither Jew nor Greek, there is neither bond nor free, there is neither male nor female: for ye are all one in Christ Jesus." Christian Americans are a vast voting majority in this nation. We need to expect, require and demand better of our elected officials. Otherwise it will be a sadder day in America.

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

Update: The Ministerial

State Dept. hosts largest religious freedom summit in world history;
survivors testify

The U.S. State Department launched on Tuesday its second Ministerial to Advance Religious Freedom, a three-day summit being touted as the largest religious freedom event ever held.

Featuring remarks from survivors of some of the most recent religious-based massacres, around 1,000 global civil society and political leaders are expected to gather in the Harry S. Truman Building for a week filled with testimonies, relationship building and dialogue about strengthening religious freedom worldwide.

"Much effort has been put into making this a very special week," U.S. Ambassador-at-large for International Religious Freedom Sam Brownback said during his introductory remarks.

"This is the largest human rights event ever hosted at the State Department and the largest religious freedom event ever done in the world. I hope you can sense and feel the importance of this moment in time. A global human rights movement centered on religious freedom is being launched from this meeting."

At a time in which 80 percent of the world lives in a place where religious freedom is restricted, the Trump administration has made it a priority to advocate for religious freedom abroad.

Although Christians are the most persecuted religious group in the world today, religious-based attacks are impacting people of all faiths.

Survivors of the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania, synagogue shooting last October and the New Zealand mosque shootings in March addressed the hundreds gathered for the ministerial's opening session.

Additionally, a leader from the National Christian Evangelical Alliance of Sri Lanka shared the trauma that the Sri Lankan Christian community has dealt with in the aftermath of the 2019 Easter bombings that killed 250 people and injured 500 others at three churches and three hotels.
. . . Rabbi Jeffrey Myers of the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburgh, where 11 people were killed during a shooting last October, told the ministerial that last year's attack made some children and congregants too afraid to attend worship services.
"The perpetrator of the massacre of the Tree of Life not only stole 11 beautiful lives that he had no God-given right to do, but he [also] stole the faith of countless Jews," Myers stated. "Brick and mortar can be repaired but how do you repair, or in many cases restore, one's faith in God, especially when faith is not instantaneous but evolves over the life of an individual?"
. . . "Imagine this, if the late-evening news offers 20 minutes of the wonderfully amazing acts that good people perform and hide the depressing news somewhere within the broadcast, I think that the mood of every nation will improve significantly," Myers said. "So the challenge is what TV news station is brave enough to try that?" Myers also stressed that people need to "tone down" emotional language.

"I took a pledge two weeks after the massacre in my synagogue to not use the word hate, which I have only used once," he said. "It is a four-letter word in the English language and this is the case with all four-letter words that are obscenities, you don't use it publicly or even privately." (Christian Post) Read more.

- Father, we pray this Ministerial on Religious Freedom will equip each attendee to effectively advocate for religious freedom around the world.

- He will dwell on high; his place of defense will be the fortress of rocks; bread will be given him, his water will be sure. (Isaiah 33:16)

Classic Hymns

Classic Hymns


"Every word of God is pure;
He is a shield to those who put their trust in Him."

(Proverbs 30:5)


'Tis so sweet to trust in Jesus,
Just to take Him at His word;
Just to rest upon His promise;
Just to know, Thus saith the Lord.


Jesus, Jesus, how I trust Him,
How I've proved Him o'er and o'er,
Jesus, Jesus, Precious Jesus!
O for grace to trust Him more.

O how sweet to trust in Jesus,
Just to trust His cleansing blood;
Just in simple faith to plunge me,
'Neath the healing, cleansing flood.

Yes, 'tis sweet to trust in Jesus,
Just from sin and self to cease;
Just from Jesus simply taking
Life, and rest, and joy, and peace.

I'm so glad I learned to trust Thee,
Precious Jesus, Savior, Friend;
And I know that Thou art with me,
Wilt be with me to the end.


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Words: Louisa M. R. Stead (1882)

Melody: William J. Kirkpatrick

Signs and Wonders

Heat wave expected to bake two-thirds of nation through weekend

A "major heat wave" is expected to bake two-thirds of the nation through this weekend, with forecasters calling for temperatures to soar across much of the central and eastern U.S., the National Weather Service said.

Many in those areas could see the hottest temperatures of the year, thanks to a large dome of high pressure that will send temperatures climbing in the coming days, the weather service said.

Already on Tuesday night, an estimated 34 million people were under heat advisories and another 21 million were under excessive heat warnings, according to the weather service. The affected areas stretched from Texas to much of the Plains. The East Coast is feeling the heat, too, with advisories issued from South Carolina to New Jersey.

Although he didn't declare a heat emergency, Boston's mayor on Tuesday warned residents to prepare for the heat and take precautions for temperatures expected to be between 85 and 97 degrees, with the hottest forecast on Saturday. With the humidity, it could feel as hot as 105 degrees, the mayor's office said. (Read more and see slide show here.)
Source: AOL

Good News

Good News

What These Police Officers Did for a Cancer-Stricken Woman
Will Warm Your Heart

[] [From the Collier Co. Sheriff's Office Facebook Post]: "CCSO Financial Crimes Bureau Cpl. Dean Peck recently took flowers to a family friend in East Naples who is battling an aggressive cancer. He left that day feeling he wanted to do more . . . he mentioned to CCSO Warrants Sgt. John Gogia that he was planning to spruce it up for her. Sgt. Gogia immediately offered to help . . .He also spread the word to friends and co-workers. On Saturday, 15 volunteers, nine of whom are CCSO members, converged on her home with a pressure washer and 100 bags of mulch that they paid for themselves".

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