World Events and the Bible

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Date: February 26, 2018 (page 1 of 2)

6.3 Magnitude Earthquake NEW GUINEA, PAPUA NEW GUINEA

U.S. To Move Israel’s Embassy To Jerusalem On May 14

WEB Notes: We were initially told the U.S. Embassy move would take several years to plan and initiate. Then last month, Vice President Mike Pence told us, ‘the Embassy move was now on a faster timetable’. Now we come to find out, the move in part, will take place on May 14th of this year to coincide with the 70th anniversary of Israel being founded as a nation…

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Christian Music: Mosaic MSC – Tremble

Christian Music
Christian Music Video: Mosaic MSC – Tremble

Tired of the negative message in secular music? Why not try listening to positive, encouraging Christian music? Music frees the soul, so bring Christ into that fold. We need Jesus Christ every day and Christian music is a great way to connect with our Lord and Savior even if it is in a small way. So enjoy this music selection and the song lyrics which are beneath the video.

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Alabama Lawmaker Introduces Bill Allowing Biblical Creation to Be Taught in Schools

WEB Notes: This is a win no matter how we look at it. Though I will admit, the first thing that crossed my mind, what is their version of Creation? A 6,000-year-old earth is certainly not Biblical.

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Prime-Age Men May Never Return to U.S. Workforce, Fed Paper Says

WEB Notes: Of course this has nothing to the outsourcing and insourcing of American jobs (tongue in cheek). Automatation can also take some of the blame for this as well. Despite those facts, people need to work to provide for their families. So these people will find some other career, unless the government is planning on taking care of them. By the way, that would be you and I.

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6.1 Magnitude Earthquake CERAM SEA, INDONESIA

US Gross National Debt Spikes $1 Trillion in Less Than 6 Months

As of the latest reporting by the Treasury Department, the US gross national debt rose by $41.5 billion on Thursday, February 22, to a grand total of $20.8 trillion.

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13 Ways Public Schools Incubate Mental Instability In Kids

WEB Notes: The article goes on to say, back in 1929 there were about 248,000 public schools. Today, there are less than half despite a US population that has tripled. Private a homeschool will help fill in a little here, but not that much.

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Christian Leaders Shut Jerusalem’s Church Of Holy Sepulchre In Protest At Israel Imposing Taxes

WEB Notes: Despite what many people are led to believe, Israel is not so pro-Christian as you might think.

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Assault Weapons Not Protected by Second Amendment, Federal Appeals Court Rules

WEB Notes: Can you believe this garbage? “Assault weapon” is a made up term. Make sure you never use that term and when people do, call them out on it. Any assault that is carried out with a firearm is an “assault weapon”. Any assault that is carried out with a knife or car is also an “assault weapon”…

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California Water Agency Officials Charged With Burying Hazardous Waste And Corruption

California’s attorney general has charged five former and current employees of the Panoche Water District in central California with felonies, including using public funds for personal items and illegally burying barrels of hazardous waste.

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UN: ‘Hell On Earth’ In Syria’s Eastern Ghouta Must End

WEB Notes: The article says how 400,000 people have been living under this latest siege. Can you really phathom that? What did you do this weekend? Get things done around the house, spend time with family and friends? We all tend to take advantage of our blessed daily lives…

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