THIS GENERATION?: 70th Anniversary Of Israel’s Rebirth Could Herald Christ’s Return

In 6 months from now, Israel will celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the Biblical Nation’s REBIRTH on May 14th, 1948. Thus, I believe 2018 will be a very prophetically-significant year. You may ask, why is the number 70 so important? Why is it any more significant than the 25th Anniversary, or the 40th, or the 50th??? While there are many reasons I will give in this article, I believe the main reason is a single word. That word is “GENERATION”.  In Matthew 24, arguably the most comprehensive account that Jesus Christ gave of Last Days’ Signs concerning His Second Coming, our Lord mentioned “this generation”. What He meant by this was that the generation to witness all of the Signs which He gave would also be THE generation that would witness His RETURN to earth. First, He gave His disciples many specific signs of the End, such as powerful earthquakes, signs in the heavens, Christian persecution, false Christs and false prophets, rumours of wars, and rampant sin.  In verses 32-34, He mentions the most important Sign of them all. For without this Sign being fulfilled, the rest of the Signs could all be taking place at once yet they would […]

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Autumn Comfort Food Recipes: Pumpkin stew, risotto and pasta

Temperatures have been way above normal this autumn but are finally headed in the right direction. That means we can pull out our cold weather comfort food recipes. Those special recipes on worn 3×5 cards from our mothers and grandmothers that bring back pleasant memories of family and warm meals that…

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Tears fall as Carrie Underwood pays tribute to all those we have lost

The 51st Annual CMA Awards – Show If you are a country music fan, you shed tears easily. That’s who we are. We play hard and we love hard. But perhaps we have never cried as much as we have cried in 2017. RELATED: Montgomery Gentry’s Eddie Montgomery returns to the stage in a CMA Awards…

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Perspectives On Gun Violence: Mass Shootings Are Not ‘Inevitable’; It Is ‘A Mental Health Issue’

In response to the weekend’s mass shooting in a small town in Texas, opinion writers offer their ideas on why gun violence continues to plague the United States.

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Gucci Wins Latest Round in Legal Battle With Forever 21

Monday’s decision to dismiss the fast fashion retailer’s complaint bodes well for the luxury brand in the ongoing trademark conflict.

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Don’t Suffer in Silence

Starting my second semester, my boyfriend and I went to the cafeteria for breakfast.  I began to have what I call the first panic attack of my adult life.

This panic attack changed the course of my entire second semester.  After feeling dizzy, shaky, and like I had “nowhere to run,” I never went to the cafeteria again.

This was the worst mistake I could have made, but at the time I was terrified to tell anyone.

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Sutherland Springs Shooting News Roundup:the victims, the shooter, the aftermath

As 5-year-old Sutherland Springs shooting victim Ryland Ward fights for his life in the hospital, his relatives mourn the rest of his family. Ryland’s mother Joann Ward and his sisters Brooke Ward, 5, and Emily Garza, 7, were identified as three of the 26 people killed Sunday by a mass shooter in a Texas…

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BENHAM BROS: A Real ‘Sincerity’ Challenge For America

(Via WND.com) – Charles Spurgeon once said: “Sincerity makes the very least person to be of more value than the most talented hypocrite.”  Hypocrisy is a killer today, especially when it’s “talented” hypocrisy – because the influence of talented hypocrites leads so many people astray.  Take the Hollywood elite, for instance. They know sex sells, so they consistently produce and push sexually explicit movies – like “Fifty Shades of Grey,” among others – and yet they pile on Harvey Weinstein for actually living out the smut they produce.  In the wake of Weinstein’s escapades, the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences (Hollywood’s de facto governing body) said: “[T]he era of willful ignorance and shameful complicity in sexually predatory behavior and workplace harassment in our industry is over … [we will] work to establish ethical standards of conduct that all academy members will be expected to exemplify.”  Try adding these “ethical standards” to the movies you produce, Hollywood. If you were sincere about sexual abuse, you’d change the movies you make, not simply the words you say.  The NFL is another example.  Take how it picks sides when it comes to the league’s player compliance policy. It wouldn’t allow Robert […]

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Updates: Male shooter kills at least 20 at Texas church;shooting may have been on video

According to a local official, at least 27 are dead and over 20 injured. Other reports say a two-year-old was also shot. Per CNN the church is known to live stream their services on their Youtube channel, so it’s possible the shooting may have been seen live or that there is a video of the shooting incident.
Several news outlets are confirming the shooters name is Devin Patrick Kelly(spelling of shooter unconfirmed) and that his home is being searched for explosives and other clues. Devin Kelly reportedly was dishonorably discharged from the military and is believed to be a Muslim convert.

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The Strategic and Tactical Balance Myth

Often when discussing strategy and tactics when it comes to getting work done the word “balance” comes up. The concept being, finding a point of harmony between the two sides so they each get equal consideration. It’s this mythical point of balance that many believe is the sweet spot they need to strive for. I say that the concept of balance between strategy and tactics is a myth.

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