Matthew 24 in the NEWS and more signs of JESUS’ soon return!


‘Exodus: Gods and Kings’—Biblical Blockbuster or Epic Bust?

As 2014’s “Year of the Bible Movie” enters its final phase—and the run up to the December release of Ridley Scott’s highly anticipated film Exodus: Gods and Kings—Faith Driven Consumer continues to measure the success of Hollywood films courting faith-driven audiences. Faith Driven Consumer has released the first wave of results from an extensive new …

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Street Preacher Charged With ‘Religious Aggravation’ for Comparing Jesus and Muhammad

Street evangelist Mike Overd, a client of the Christian Legal Centre, is being prosecuted in the United Kingdom for an alleged religious aggravation public order offense. The charges follow a complaint to police in Taunton, that Overd made a comparison between the perfect life of Jesus and the life of Islam’s prophet, Muhammad. Police have …

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$1.5 Billion Company files for Bankruptcy

GT Advanced Technologies, which makes sapphire glass components for smartphones, filed for bankruptcy on Monday. Sapphire glass is an ultra-strong material, which Apple uses on both the camera lens and fingerprint scanner on the new iPhone. However, Apple doesn’t, contrary to some expectations, use the material for the iPhone’s main display. The move caught the …

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Atheist Group Says Hobby Lobby Family Is ‘Threat’ to US; Sees Bible Museum as Attempt to ‘Influence Congress’

The controversial Museum of the Bible, a project spearheaded by Hobby Lobby President Steve Green, is scheduled open in Washington, D.C. in 2017, and is seen as a threat by an atheist group that claims the intent of the museum is not to educate tourists, but to “influence Congress.” News of the museum’s pending construction …

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Dallas Senior Center Workers Quarantined After Ebola Exposure

CBS 11 News has learned that two of the four acquaintances closest to Ebola victim Thomas Eric Duncan are employed at a North Dallas residence facility. A letter from managers at the Windsor Senior Living Center informed residents and staff that two employees were quarantined, because of their close association with Duncan. The letter went …

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‘Nuclear Expert’ Killed in Explosion at Iranian Nuclear Plant

An explosion at Iran’s Parchin nuclear plant has killed at least two people, among them an unnamed “nuclear expert”, according to Iranian media reports. Reports on the explosion that took place in or near the Parchin nuclear plant outside Tehran may have been due to a technical issue, a report said. The report said that …

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Sexting may be the new normal for many teens, researchers say

Sexting may be part of the new normal for teenagers who are on the verge of becoming sexually active, new research shows. Teens who told researchers they had sent naked pictures of themselves to someone in 2011 were nearly one-third more likely to be sexually active in 2012 than teens who had sent no such …

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Millions of Christians in 200 Nations Unite in Prayer for Jerusalem

Millions of Christians united across denominational, cultural and political differences on Sunday as part of the Day of Prayer for the Peace of Jerusalem (DPPJ) to intercede for the city God calls His own and to invoke God’s blessing, purposes and provision upon all of Jerusalem’s people. From over 175 nations, believers gathered to pray …

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Why Are So Many Deadly Diseases Breaking Out All Over The Globe Right Now?

Ebola, Marburg, Enterovirus and Chikungunya – these diseases were not even on the radar of most people coming into 2014, but now each one of them is making headline news. So why is this happening? Why are so many deadly diseases breaking out all over the world right now? Is there some kind of a …

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Immigrants from Ebola-stricken Countries Caught at Border

Last week, Chris Cabrera, vice president of the National Border Patrol Council local chapter 3307, told news outlets he was worried for the safety of his fellow agents after immigrants from Liberia and other Ebola-stricken African nations were caught attempting to sneak into the U.S. “Not too long ago we did catch some people, I …

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Emergency Manager Calls Federal Ebola Response a Stand Down.

The manager, who was involved in the emergency response to both Hurricane Katrina and Rita in addition to planning for small pox outbreaks, said the official response to the first diagnosed case of Ebola in the United States purposely avoided the basic actions the government would take to prevent a virus from spreading. “The reason …

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Obama Official Praises Mosque Of Oklahoma Beheader Alton Nolen

An Obama administration official traveled to Oklahoma City Saturday to offer words of praise to congregants at the mosque attended by Alton Nolen, the recent Muslim convert who beheaded a co-worker last month. David Myers, the director of the Department of Homeland Security’s Center for Faith-based & Neighborhood Partnerships, spoke at the Greater Islamic Society …

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Antibiotic-resistant superbugs spread across U.S.

As Americans worry about Ebola, the swiftly spreading virus that has traveled from West Africa to Texas, a more silent killer poses a greater danger. It sounds pedestrian, easy to dismiss. That’s what makes it so devastating. The U.S. health system is now under assault by antibiotic-resistant superbugs. Drug-resistant bacteria killed 23,000 people in America …

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US Journalist Believes He Got Ebola While Cleaning Infected Car

The American journalist with Ebola who arrived at a Nebraska hospital today believes that he may have gotten infected when he got splashed while spray-washing a vehicle where someone had died from the disease. Ashoka Mukpo arrived at the Nebraska Medical Center this morning after being flown directly from Liberia. “He’s strong and his symptoms …

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Michael Savage Warns “We Have One month left to save America”!

When Barack Obama introduced himself at the 2004 Democratic National Convention declaring there was only one America – “not a liberal America and a conservative America” and “not a black America and white America” – many instantly envisioned him as a future presidential candidate with a unique heritage and extraordinary rhetorical skills that would enable …

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Scientists warn Humanity: The signs of sixth mass Extinction are upon us

We are currently in the midst of the sixth mass extinction event in the history of life on Earth, warns an international research team in a new scientific research review published in the journal Science. The study was conducted by researchers from Stanford University, the University of California-Santa Barbara, Sao Paulo State University in Brazil, the …

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Ebola outbreak hits Spain as pandemic goes transcontinental

The first Ebola transmission outside of Africa has now been confirmed in Spain, where the member of a medical team contracted the deadly disease from a 69-year-old priest being cared for in Madrid. The city of Madrid now achieves the unfortunate distinction of being the first European city where Ebola is confirmed to have spread …

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Has North Korea’s Kim Jong Un Been Toppled?

Out of sight for a month, young Kim is supposedly ill. But rumors are swirling he’s been deposed—and North Korea’s second most powerful man now feels confident enough to travel South. Hwang Pyong So must be feeling pretty good about himself right now. At the latest Supreme People’s Assembly meeting, he was made vice chairman …

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WAR DRUMS – Germany set to deploy troops Ukraine, first time since Nazi invasion 60 years ago.

Germany is set to deploy troops to the Ukraine for the first time since the Nazi invasion of the then-Soviet territory more than 60 years ago. Chancellor Angela Merkel and high-level officials were considering the historic move to send 200 peacekeepers–including 50 paratroopers–recently. Sources in Germany told the Daily Mail that the country is in “exploratory …

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Robots to Replace 1 in 3 Jobs by 2025.

Gartner sees things like robots and drones replacing a third of all workers by 2025, and whether you want to believe it or not, is entirely your business. This is Gartner being provocative, as it is typically is, at the start of its major U.S. conference, the Symposium/ITxpo. Take drones, for instance. “One day, a drone …

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