Category: One world religion

National Day of Diversity, Inclusion, Meditation and Benign Prayer?

There are plenty of examples of the hyper-sensitivity we’ve seen when it comes to offending anyone except those who adhere to the biblical worldview. First, just over a week ago, large numbers of Muslims gathered in Times Square in New York City to openly pray and celebrate Ramadan. But in Florida, a school board decided to commemorate the National Day of Prayer coming up Thursday May 5, and caused a controversy when one member of the board had the audacity – in America – to make an exclusive claim, stating that Jesus Christ is the one true God.

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REMOVED: UN Revelation-esque ‘Peace & Security’ Statue No Longer Displayed Following Backlash

Harbingers Daily: The controversial UN statue “guardian of peace and security,” has now been...

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Mike Gendron: Converging Events, Prophecy, and Pope Francis

We discuss the prophetic implications of all that is going on in the world including the economic, psychological, and spiritual impact of converging events. Mike emphasizes the urgent need for Christians to be obedient to the great commission. We also talk about the apostasy of Pope Francis and his continued departure from Romans Catholic and biblical faith

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Carl Teichrib: UN Global Agenda, Saving the World Man’s Way

We discuss the United Nations Global Governance Forum, a conference built around the UN’s 75th anniversary; their goal is for the salvation of the earth – and Christians and America are in the way. Action points that underscore this Forum include supporting the UN system, alongside the IMF and World Bank, in developing a post-Covid economic and social reset.

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Jan Markell: An Upside Down World – Signs of the Times

“God doesn’t shake the entire globe very often. He did during the time of Noah and at the Tower of Babel. There was a terrible plague in the 1300s and a pandemic in 1918. Two world wars took a stunning toll. But now an unseen enemy—a virus, no less—has created fear-driven chaos, and some unknown factors are causing people to embrace a worst-case outlook for the world. At this time, we don’t know how this plays out. It certainly has apocalyptic implications.” – Jan Markell, today’s guest

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Don Veinot: Compromise & Apostasy Vs. Discernment & Discipleship

We discuss compromise in the church, discernment, history of apostasy, post-modernism, progressivism, the new Barna survey of pastors lacking a biblical worldview, church growth philosophies, and other anti-biblical ideas leading to the weakness in todays Christian church.

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