Syria: Islamists Are Desecrating Churches And Pillaging Christian Houses, Thousands Forced To Flee

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Qur’an Sura 4:76a, “Those who believe fight in the cause of Allah …”

Hadith, Al Bukhari 2:24, “Allah’s Apostle said: ‘I have been ordered (by Allah) to fight against the people until they testify that none has the right to be worshipped but Allah and that Muhammad is Allah’s Apostle …”

The Armenian Weekly – “A delegation of priest from the Catholicosate of Cilicia who had visited Latakia to assess the needs of Kessab Armenians…

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Too Much News Can Be Bad For One’s Social Life

Used to be I could manage small talk with the best of them.

Having spent the last year wading through news reports for, at the very least, two hours a day has hampered my ability to effectively (and enjoyably) participate in mindless banter.

It is difficult to talk about the weather without automatically thinking of the various earthquakes, volcanic eruptions, mudslides, sinkholes, droughts and other natural disasters that are plaguing our planet. It is furthermore difficult to give a flying hoot about whether or not the beloved sports team of choice is doing well when brothers and sisters in Christ are being imprisoned or slaughtered in other areas of the world. It is hard to participate in the heated complaints of how much the cost of this or that has risen when I am expecting our very economic system to collapse any day at the hand of Putin, China or-God help us-our very own government.

So, I apologize for not being the cheery sort who bubbles over with excitement at the latest craze or if I seem disinterested or even cold-hearted about the every day American’s first world troubles of the best place to eat in town or the fact that your husband has gotten on your last nerve by leaving his shoes in the living room. I also apologize if the hardwood floors in my house do not show your manicured reflection. I have children to train and protect from the grasp of the enemy. I have a special needs daughter that sometimes shows signs of schizophrenia.

I had, who I thought was a very good friend, to suddenly disappear from my life. When she at first did not return my calls I assumed she was busy and would get back to me when she could. That was six months ago. I don’t understand it, but I guess our lives have gone different directions. You may be thinking I ran her off with my cold  serious attitude. Perhaps you are right.

I realize I sound, well, cold. I’m not really. I am actually very happy and excited….God is doing a wondrous work in my life and who couldn’t be excited to see prophecy being fulfilled every day? It is just that so many people are so apathetic and lackadaisical they don’t want to hear “what’s new”, even when they ask.

For the record, I understand why most people would prefer to stay away from serious discussion….it is depressing and they feel powerless to do anything about it and, well, they have responsibilities and lives to live. So do I. So do all of us, we watchman, but we all have a different calling and different gift(s) of the Holy Spirit. I thank God for that, for it is obvious to me what my gifts ARE NOT (encouragement is certainly one of them as you may have guessed) and I am thankful for the encouragers in my community of believers. I desperately need the companionship of those who have a cheerful and quirky attitude on life. I like to laugh as much as the next person, I’m just not usually the one instigating the laughter. That is why we are called the body of Christ. We are all members serving a unique purpose for the edification of all.

Not that I am in any way comparing myself to the great prophets of the OT (I am a Nobody with a capital N and I mean that), but I imagine this must be how they felt. It is no wonder Jeremiah is described as suffering from depression. How discouraging and lonesome is the watchman on the wall who calls out the warning, yet his audience pays him no attention.

Yet, if God awakens me to another day tomorrow I will continue doing what I am doing, only hopefully with a little more fervor and urgency than I had today. Tomorrow night I will stay up way too late, again, just to research a topic God has laid on my heart because my daylight hours He has given to my husband and children. And I will rejoice in every moment of it because He has given me a job to do. He is Good. He is Truth. He is Salvation. He encourages the Lonely. He is my Friend. He is Coming!

Abortion Activist Says It’s Okay to Use an Aborted Baby’s Ovaries to Create New Children

I Am Not Ashamed Of The Gospel Of Christ!

My Comment:  This is unconscionable! Incomprehensible, Horrendous and plain evil.  I don’t care how you justify this it’s unadulterated evil.  ‘Thou Shall Not Kill’ should stop everyone in their tracks, but this should send chills down the spine of everyone secular or religious.  God will not remain silent.  And he said, What hast thou done? the voice of thy brother’s blood crieth unto me from the ground. (Genesis 4:19)

(Life News) Fetal tissue harvesting and experimentation on aborted babies are logical outgrowths of the pro-choice position. After all, if unborn babies are mere “tissue,” then there is no need to respect their remains.

But some proposals of what to do with those remains are truly bizarre – and deeply disturbing.

In an article titled “Transplantation of Aborted Fetal Ova: a Short Analysis” that was published in The Wanderer on August 4, 1994, author Lawrence Roberges described grisly experiments done by…

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Deadly Ebola virus spreads to Liberia – kills 59

The Extinction Protocol

March 2014AFRICAAfrica’s biggest Ebola outbreak in seven years has probably spread from Guinea to neighboring Liberia and also threatens Sierra Leone. Five people are suspected to have died from the disease in Lofa county in northern Liberia, Bernice Dahn, Liberia’s chief medical officer, said at a briefing yesterday. At least 86 cases and 59 deaths have been recorded across Guinea, the West African country’s health ministry said. The capital, Conakry, hasn’t been affected, government spokesman Albert Damantang Camara said, after the United Nations Children’s Fund said the outbreak had spread there. “The forest region where Unicef delivered the emergency assistance on Saturday is located along the border with Sierra Leone and Liberia with many people doing business and moving between the three countries,” said Laurent Duvillier, a Unicef spokesman, in an e-mail yesterday. “Risk of international spread should be taken seriously.” Unicef plans to dispatch 5…

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To the quiet, boring girl in class

The Matt Walsh Blog

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I got this message from “quiet” Kate a few days ago:


Dear Matt,

So sorry for bugging you when I know you get SO many emails everyday! My mom loves your blog, she told me and my dad about it. She reads your new entries out loud almost every day at the dinner table! I bet you’re super creeped out now lol but don’t be. She’s not a crazy stalker. Well… she’s not crazy anyway lol. Anyway, after she told me about you I went and looked up your blogs. I love so many of them! I especially loved what you wrote about introverts. I don’t know if you remember it (this was a few months ago) but you stood up for introverts and said you are one yourself…. which was a surprise!

I’m writing to you because I’m very introverted also. I’m in tenth grade and I’ve been this way…

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