ISIS plans to invade Europe through Libya/Civilian death toll soars in Afghanistan/ISIS Jihadists attract increasing support in Jordan and more signs of JESUS’ soon return

Scarborough: ‘Ultrafundamentalist Christians Who Believe Every Word of the Bible Could Lead to Some Violence’

According to some Mainstream Media Talking Heads our greatest threat isn’t ISIS Afterall but “Radical Christians” who believe the WHOLE Bible! On Monday’s Morning Joe on MSNBC, Joe Scarborough suggested that having a literal interpretation of the Bible could lead Christians to violence in a similar manner as radical Islam. Oddly enough, Scarborough hoped to …

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Another Church Caving to Gay Pastors in the Pulpit

If you haven’t noticed, there’s been a mass exodus of Bible-believing congregations from the Presbyterian Church USA since the denomination voted to allow its ministers to perform gay weddings in states where it’s legal last summer. Apparently, the Methodists aren’t getting the hint. The United Methodist Church could have openly gay pastors and pastors could …

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Iraqi Christians ‘Don’t Have Much Time Left,’ Archbishop Warns

An Iraqi archbishop has warned a gathering of U.K. peers and MPs that Christians in the region face being wiped off the map without direct military action on the ground. Archbishop Warda, of the Catholic Chaldean Church, said that Iraq’s Christian communities had fallen “dramatically” over the last 10 years. Islamist aggression has prompted tens …

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Franklin Graham Reminds Islam of End-Times Theology

Franklin Graham is hammering Islam. After making global headlines for rebuking Obama for comparing ISIS to the Christian crusades earlier this month, Billy Graham’s once-prodigal son asked us to imagine the outcry if Christians killed 21 Muslims. Now, Graham is pointing to Romans 14:11, Phil. 2:10 and Isaiah 45:23 in his latest response to Muslim terrorism. …

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Prophetic Minister John Paul Jackson Finishes his Race, Passes away

BREAKING NEWS – Another General of the Lord has passed and yet another Mantle has been left for the next Generation to pass as Prophetic minister John Paul Jackson has died. “Over this past weekend we’ve started to see signs that his weakened breathing is causing vital organs to become oxygen deprived,” reads a post …

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Tennessee Lawmaker Proposes Bill to Make Bible State Book

NASHVILLE – A lawmaker in Tennessee has proposed a bill to make the Bible the state book. Rep. Jerry Sexton (R-Bean Station) recently introduced HB 615 to amend the Tennessee Code to make the acknowledgment. “The Holy Bible is hereby designated as the official state book,” it simply reads. Tennessee has a number of adopted …

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Bruce Jenner: A Portrait of America’s Confusion

Bruce Jenner: A Portrait of America's Confusion

As I stared at the two adjacent photos I couldn’t help think of the volumes it spoke of the confusion that has come to America. I’m speaking of the long before and now photos of former Olympic athlete Bruce Jenner. In the former he is the all American athlete, boy-faced, handsome, sparkling eyes, bright countenance, …

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Greek Villagers Claim Figure of Jesus Has ‘Wept Since Syriza Win’

A religious icon of Jesus Christ in a small village in Greece has been “weeping” ever since the anti-austerity party Syriza won the Greek elections at the end of January, witnesses say. According to Corinth TV and the Athens-Macedonian News Agency, the icon, which dates from early last century and is housed in the church …

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North Korea just flight-tested new sea-based ballistic missiles

North Korea conducted the first flight test of a new submarine-launched ballistic missile last month, defense officials said this week. The flight test of what the Pentagon is calling the KN-11 missile took place Jan. 23 off the coast of North Korea from a sea-based platform — not a submarine — located off the coast …

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UK says photos show Russian missiles in Ukraine

Britain released photographs on Wednesday of what it described as Russia’s most advanced anti-aircraft artillery system, being operated in eastern Ukraine, saying it was further proof of Russia’s military involvement in the conflict. The Foreign Office released an “infographic” giving details of the truck-mounted SA-22 surface-to-air missile system and photographs published by media and a defence …

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Star zips past solar system at Closest Distance Ever Recorded

By the standards of outer space, it was the closest call yet recorded: a star that zoomed past our solar system 70,000 years ago at a distance of eight trillion kilometers, or five trillion miles. An international team of astronomers said Tuesday the dim star probably passed through the solar system’s distant cloud of comets, …

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It Grieves God When Christians Bite And Devour Each Other

“A new commandment I give unto you, That ye love one another; as I have loved you, that ye also love one another. By this shall all men know that ye are my disciples, if ye have love one to another.” John 13:34-35 (KJV) EDITOR’S NOTE: False doctrine and false teaching should always be exposed. …

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ISIS plans to invade Europe through Libya, Vows to Conquer Rome

ISIS’ plans to conquer Europe via Libya have been revealed in letters seen by an anti-terrorism group. Owing to its perfect location on the continental doorstep, the terrorists plan to ferry fighters from North Africa across the Mediterranean. The plans, analyzed by anti-terrorism British think tank Quilliam, outline a strategy to illegally ferry fighters across …

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A Black Supermoon is coming this week

This Wednesday, February 18, the moon will be closer to Earth than at any other time during its orbit around our planet. When this happens, astronomers call it perigee, and although perigee takes place once every month, it only sometimes coincides with a full or new moon. But when it does, this gives rise to …

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The Big Change That Nearly Half of Pastors Believe Could Be Possible for Some Christians in the Next Decade

Churches, like most other social institutions, have learned that the Internet can be a powerful tool to reach believers and nonbelievers, alike, but the extent to which pastors and the faithful believe that people can and should solely rely upon online worship is a point of debate. Overall, though, use of the Internet to reach …

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Historical Christian Toy Shatters World Record By Selling Out in Only 72 Hours

Popular German toy company Playmobil has released a unique new figurine of Protestant Reformation minister Martin Luther. Surprisingly to some, the historical toy is the fastest-selling model the company has ever produced; Playmobil sold out of the 34,000 first editions of the Martin Luther figurine in less than 72 hours.  Spokesperson Anna Ermann told DW: …

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Fish kill discovered in Manila Bay, Philippines

Fish kill discovered in Manila Bay, Philippines

Who’s surprised by this? “The Bureau of Fisheries and Acquatic Resources (BFAR) has revealed that oxygen depletion in the waters near the Manila Yacht Club may have caused a fish kill yesterday morning, Monday, February 16,” report Evelyn Macairan and Czeriza Valencia in The Philippine Star. The report noted: “The Philippine Coast Guard (PCG) confirmed …

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Hundreds of dead fish found in a dam in Castelo Branco, Portugal

Hundreds of dead fish found in a dam in Castelo Branco, Portugal

The same source said the GNR is to ascertain the cause of fish death in that reservoir which is near the industrial area of ​​Castelo Branco.  “A patrol Protection Agency of Nature and Environment (SEPNA) Castelo Branco went to the site and confirmed the situation [fish kills]. Water samples were collected and some fish, which …

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Major fish kill found in a creek in Haute-Saone, France

According to the first elements of the investigation by the police of Jussey, the fish kill may have been caused by the accidental release of ammonia nitrogen in the Rigotte up on a farm in the town of La Rochelle.  This Monday, February 16, the water police (ONEMA) was on hand in the morning: the mayors …

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Get Ready for Persecution, Warns Moody Bible Institute President

“The culture war is over—and we lost.” So says Dr. J. Paul Nyquist, president of Moody Bible Institute, in his latest book, Prepare: Living Your Faith in an Increasingly Hostile Culture (Moody Publishers). However, this is not an alarmist rallying cry nor a white-flag opus, but rather a prophetic call for American Christians to prepare …

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Canada hits Moscow with more sanctions over Ukraine

Canada announced Tuesday new sanctions against Moscow and its sympathizers, including the state oil giant Rosneft, as pro-Russian separatists defied a ceasefire and stormed a flashpoint town in eastern Ukraine. Two months after sanctions took aim at Russian interests in its vital oil and gas sectors, Canada targeted a flagship of the Russian economy in …

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Giant fireball illuminates the sky over Pittsburgh

A 500-pound space rock about two feet in diameter entered the Earth’s atmosphere outside of Pittsburgh last night, according to NASA. The object, detected by three NASA meteor cameras, was moving at a speed of 45,000 miles per hour. Visibility was lost at an altitude of 13 miles, but the space agency speculates that fragments, …

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DEA tracks movements of millions of Americans using license plate readers

American citizens are being monitored more closely than ever, according to a recent report by The Wall Street Journal. In the latest chapter regarding the government’s systematic assault on our right to privacy, it has been revealed that the Drug Enforcement Administration (DEA) has been secretly tracking vehicles using cameras that record license plate numbers …

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Third banker mysteriously dies this year, joining 36 banker deaths from 2014

A third international banker has died mysteriously since the first of the year, following an unusual amount of deaths among the financial professionals — 36 — in all of 2014. As reported by Zero Hedge, the latest casualty is Chris Van Eeghen, 42, of Amsterdam firm ABN Amro, who reportedly took his own life, though …

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Beijing’s mayor declares city to be unlivable due to life-choking smog

What may appear to foreigners as a city swathed in fog on a cold rainy day is really a Chinese city smothered in smog, a type of air pollution so dangerous that some officials refer to the city as “unliveable,” The Guardian reports. Over recent years, China’s air pollution has grown increasingly worse, prompting government …

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Sinkhole Swallows Snow Plow in New Jersey

A plow truck fell into a sinkhole Tuesday morning along a snow-covered New Jersey road. The accident happened along Wordsworth Lane in Lopatcong Township in Warren County as a snowstorm moved out of the area around 7:30 a.m., said Mayor Tom McKay. Instagram user MRLish456 captured the aftermath on Instagram. The township truck’s plow could be seen …

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Massive trove of ancient gold coins found off coast of Israel

The largest gold treasure ever found in Israel was discovered by chance off the shore of the ancient port city of Caesarea, the Israel Antiquities Authority announced Tuesday. At least 2,000 gold coins dating back over 1,000 years were found 12 meters underwater by a group of scuba divers earlier in February, who quickly reported …

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Lawmakers Urge Archbishop to Remove Morality Clauses

California lawmakers are urging the archbishop of San Francisco to remove morality clauses from a teachers’ handbook they say are discriminatory. Eight state lawmakers on Tuesday sent a letter to Archbishop Salvatore Cordileone saying the clauses “foment a discriminatory environment.” Cordileone earlier this month presented teachers at the archdiocese’s four high schools with a statement …

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Low Oil Prices Could Start World War III

This is a wonderful time to have cash and be in the oil business, according to Bob Moriarty of 321energy.com. That’s because savvy juniors can go shopping for assets being sold as “uneconomic” when oil is $40–50/barrel. But the low price won’t last, he tells The Energy Report, predicting much higher oil within the year. …

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‘Surrender now’ Putin tells Kiev

Ukraine’s  army is on the brink of a major defeat as Russian-backed separatists rebound refreshed from a short ceasefire to encircle the defenders of a key city. Russian President Vladimir Putin overnight demanded the Kiev government tell its soldiers in the city of Debaltseve to lay down their weapons and surrender to pro-Moscow rebels. “I hope that …

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Italy agrees to put 500 soldiers on the streets amid fears of Islamic State attack

The troops will guard sensitive sites and targets, including in Rome where around 500 members of the military will be deployed. In the Italian capital the soldiers will help guard Jewish schools, the city’s synagogue and diplomatic residences. The measures, announced after a meeting of military and security officials, will be implemented until at least …

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Terror suspect planned triggering Yellowstone volcano

A man accused of plotting to derail a Canadian passenger train also thought about triggering a catastrophic volcanic blast in the United States, his trial heard Tuesday. Testifying for a third week, an undercover FBI agent said Chiheb Esseghaier pondered the possibility of getting the volcano in Yellowstone National Park to erupt. Esseghaier, who is …

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Russian warships are back in the English Channel

PH2 George Sisting, US Navy Russian Neustrashimy-class frigate A Royal Navy ship, the HMS Argyll, intercepted a Russian frigate travelling with a tanker in the English Channel on Wednesday. The Neustrashimy class frigate Yaroslav Mudryy — “Yaroslav the Wise” — is part of Russia’s Baltic fleet and is equipped with anti-ship missiles, the Kashtan anti-aircraft system …

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State Department spokeswoman floats jobs as answer to ISIS, Suggests they are the Victims

What the West really needs to take on the Islamic State is … a jobs program. That’s what a top State Department spokeswoman suggested when asked in a TV interview Monday night about what the U.S.-led coalition is doing to stop the slaughter of civilians by Islamic State militants across the region. “We’re killing a …

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‘Dictator in chief’ unleashes newest attack on guns

Today, it’s legal. Tomorrow, it might not be.  By executive fiat, the Obama administration intends to eliminate one of the most common types of .223-caliber ammunition, used by the AR-15 and other general-purpose rifles. Why? Ostensibly because a type of handgun developed in recent years is also capable of firing the so-called “armor-piercing” or “green-tipped” …

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Franklin Graham: ISIS ‘will bow’ to Jesus

Samaritan’s Purse chief Franklin Graham, the evangelist son of preaching legend Billy Graham, says eventually ISIS will bow to Jesus.  In a Facebook posting Tuesday, he followed up on Monday’s warning that, “The storm is coming.” He was lamenting the fact that when ISIS released a video of the slaying of 21 Egyptian Christians in Libya, …

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Puerto Rico Presbyterian Church Exits Denomination Over Homosexuality

In an act of full obedience to biblical authority, this past Sunday, Feb. 8, 2015, the congregation of Primera Iglesia Presbiteriana en Bayamón (First Presbyterian Church in Bayamón), located in Santa Rosa Community, resigned in plenary from the Presbyterian Church of United States of America (PCUSA) and declared itself an independent Reformed Presbyterian congregation, under …

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City of Charlotte, NC poised to target people of conservative moral values

In the name of anti-discrimination, the City Council of Charlotte, North Carolina, is poised to discriminate against people of conservative moral values, also imposing the struggles of a tiny minority on every man, woman and child who lives or works in Charlotte or might happen to visit the city. It’s wake-up time, Charlotte! It’s not …

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Sun quiet again during weakest solar cycle in more than century

The main driver of all weather and climate, the entity which occupies 99.86% of all of the mass in our solar system, the great ball of fire in the sky – has gone quiet again during what is likely to be the weakest sunspot cycle in more than a century. For the past 5 days, …

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Return of Polar Vortex to bring RECORD SMASHING COLD!!!

No rest for the weary. On the heels of multiple arctic outbreaks this past week and a heavy snowstorm today, we get to look forward to this… Model data is now in good agreement that we will see another FULL DISPLACEMENT of the POLAR VORTEX later this week! The Euro, shown above, brings the giant, …

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Nearly One Million without Power as Nation Reels from Deadly Winter Storm

Another round of snow, ice and brutal cold crept up the East Coast Monday night into Tuesday after leaving hundreds of thousands without power in parts of the South. In Washington, the federal government said its offices would be closed Tuesday, with a winter storm warning in effect for the area until noon. The National …

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Colorado Called Out For Giving Abortionists Unauthorized Millions

Colorado officials funded abortionists even though voters approved a state constitutional amendment banning the practice, argues a brief filed in an appeal of a trial court’s decision to uphold the state’s alleged misuse of $14 million in taxpayer funds.  “Colorado bureaucrats should not use taxpayer dollars to pay for abortions, especially when the Colorado Constitution …

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Deadline To Avoid Financial Chaos In Europe Is March 1st

Europe is on the verge of a horrifying financial meltdown, and there are only a few short weeks left to avert total disaster. On Monday, talks that were supposed to bring about yet another temporary “resolution” to the Greek debt crisis completely fell apart. The new Greek government has entirely rejected the idea of a …

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Texas Truck Driver Says He Was Fired for Listing Jesus as His Co-Driver in Logbook

RIO GRANDE VALLEY, Texas – A truck driver in Texas says that he was fired for listing Jesus as his co-driver on log sheets that he is required to complete. According to reports, all truck drivers across the United States must keep a logbook, and one of the sections asks for the name of the …

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Connecticut Board Recommends Homeschooled Special Needs Children Be Monitored

HARTFORD, Conn. – Homeschooling organizations continue to express opposition to plans by the Sandy Hook Advisory Commission to monitor certain homeschoolers to prevent future acts of violence such as occurred in 2012 during the notorious Sandy Hook Elementary School massacre. As previously reported, lawmakers in Connecticut proposed a bill in 2013 that would have mandated …

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Kirk Franklin: In the World I Live in You See the Decline of Christianity

Though the race of life is difficult, nine-time Grammy Award-winner Kirk Franklin encouraged Liberty University students at Friday’s Convocation to shed the weights of pride and bitterness and continue forward for the glory of God. “I believe that there are kings and queens up in here that realize that God has called you for a …

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‘Fifty Shades of Grey’ Could Break ‘Passion of the Christ’s’ Record

America has spoken! And the verdict is that they would rather flock to theatres and watch Sexual Immorality rather than a depiction of what our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ paid to bring us Eternal Life! When Mel Gibson’s The Passion of the Christ premiered in 2004, it shattered box office records for the month of February, telling …

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Pope Francis: Jesus Is Not Afraid of This Kind of Scandal

In a powerful sermon that signaled his desire to push ahead with historic reforms, Pope Francis on Sunday (Feb. 15) said the Roman Catholic Church must be open and welcoming, whatever the costs. He also warned the hierarchy not to be “a closed caste” but to lead in reaching out to all who are rejected …

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Global economy continues to wither as West Coast ports remain shut down

Has the world’s economy officially tanked? One radio talk show host thinks so, and he has some data to back it up. In a blog post on his website, Dave Hodges — host of The Common Sense Show — notes that economic indices are bottoming out and that’s in large part due to a proposed …

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