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Jan 25th, 2016
Daily News
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Why Is The Fox Network Spending Millions To Bring The Devil Into Your Home?
The Fox network wants you to think of them as the "family channel", and they don't want you to dwell on the fact that they spend millions producing books, television and movies that glorify the Devil, promote the homosexual lifestyle, and trash biblical Christianity. That makes them by definition both anti-family and anti-Christian.  

Biblical Prophecy Reveals Pope’s True Intentions Concerning the Jews
On the surface, it looks like Pope Francis and the Jews are cozying up to one another and becoming besties. Below the surface, an End of Days prophecy that pits Rome against Jerusalem is playing out.  

Schengen kaput? 'Possibility exists' EU leaders will reintroduce internal border controls
EU ministers will meet in Amsterdam to discuss steps to allow states to reintroduce national border controls for two years, possibly spelling the end for the 30-year-old Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel across 26 states, according to reports.  

Zika virus suspected of causing brain damage to babies to spread throughout Americas - WHO
The mosquito-borne Zika virus is set to spread in all countries across the Americas, except Canada and Chile, the World Health Organization has warned. Women planning to travel to areas where Zika is circulating should consult their healthcare provider before traveling and on return, the WHO said.  

Martial law declared in New York City Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/martial-law-declared-in-new-york-city/#lmEITF150L6jIfmW.99
Eleven states as well as Washington D.C. declared states of emergency in the wake of the massive record-breaking snowstorm which blanketed the East. But New York City went a step further. Governor Andrew Cuomo declared martial law in New York City by ordering all people to stay inside under police enforcement. He issued an absolute travel ban for anything that is not an emergency vehicle.  

Saudi-Iranian proxy war over Syria spreads to Davos
Senior Saudi and Iranian figures clashed behind closed doors at a private meeting convened by the World Economic Forum in Davos this week to try to promote peace in Syria, participants said. The barbed exchange between Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at an invitation-only meeting on Wednesday underlined the hostility between the two Gulf rivals, who are waging proxy wars in Syria, Yemen and Iraq.  

Major 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits off south-east Malaga in Spain
A strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck in the early hours of Monday morning in the Mediterranean between Morocco and Spain, 100 miles south-east of Malaga, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. The shallow quake hit at 4.22am 39 miles (62km) north of the Moroccan city of Al Hoceima and 101 miles (164km) east-southeast of Gibraltar, USGS said. It was followed by a 5.3-magnitude tremor.  

Aftershocks, reports of damage follow 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Alaska
A magnitude-7.1 earthquake knocked items off shelves and walls in Alaska early Sunday morning, jolting the nerves of residents in this earthquake-prone region. But there were no reports of injuries. Alaska's state seismologist, Michael West, called it the strongest earthquake in the state's south-central region in decades.  

Oil tumbles 3 percent but global stocks hold ground
Oil prices tumbled 3 percent on Monday and dragged the dollar down, but world stocks clung onto gains in a sign of stabilization after a horrendous start to the year. Crude oil prices fell 3 percent as Iraq announced record-high oil production feeding into a heavily over supplied market, wiping out much of the gains made in one of the biggest-ever daily rallies last Friday. [O/R]  

IDF expands missile fortification of strategic sites
The IDF Home Front Command and government ministries have completed fortification work to secure several strategically vital sites against rocket and missile attacks, a senior IDF source said. Work to secure dozens more sensitive infrastructure sites will commence soon, enabling them to continue to function even if hit by rockets or missiles, the military source told The Jerusalem Post.  

Major 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits off south-east Malaga in Spain
A strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck in the early hours of Monday morning in the Mediterranean between Morocco and Spain, 100 miles south-east of Malaga, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. The shallow quake hit at 4.22am 39 miles (62km) north of the Moroccan city of Al Hoceima and 101 miles (164km) east-southeast of Gibraltar, USGS said. It was followed by a 5.3-magnitude tremor.  

Russian economy hit by oil price slide
Russia's economy contracted by 3.7% in 2015, according to preliminary figures published by the country's statistics service. Retail sales plunged by 10% and capital investment fell by 8.4% in the economy's worst performance since 2009. In contrast, Russian GDP increased by 0.6% in 2014.  

IS in Afghanistan: We will bury them, says President Ghani
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has promised to "bury" the Islamic State (IS) militant group, whose local offshoot has clashed with government forces and Taliban fighters. In a BBC interview, Mr Ghani said IS was "not an Afghan phenomenon" and its atrocities had "alienated the people". "Afghans are now motivated by revenge," he said. "They [IS] have confronted the wrong people."  

East Asia cold snap 'kills 85 in Taiwan'
A cold snap sweeping across East Asia has killed at least 85 people in Taiwan and stranded 60,000 tourists in South Korea. Taiwanese media reported deaths from hypothermia and cardiac disease following a sudden drop in temperature over the weekend. Meanwhile heavy snow forced the closure of the airport on the Korean holiday island of Jeju, cancelling flights.  

NPR illustrative photo wipes Israel off the map
In an article published on National Public Radio's (NPR) website Monday, a map of the Middle East failed to include Israel, labeling Palestine in its place...The article referenced travelers' fears of Islamic radicalization and extremism in the region. Immediately following the publication, the website's comment section was flooded with criticism...  

Zika virus, a wolf in sheep's clothing
The world's latest health scare is a seemingly minor illness that carries a killer wrapped inside: Zika, the mosquito-borne virus sweeping Latin America, usually lasts less than a week, except when it derails a whole life.  

Some of the smartest minds in finance are making a prediction about China that was once taboo
It was once taboo to say that China could be a deflationary force, dragging the world into a slowdown as its own economy modernized. Serious economists and investors pooh-poohed the idea, saying that China's economy just didn't have that kind of global impact. Just last weekend in a note to clients, Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slok said the idea was overblown. But it seems like all of that is changing. The once taboo deflation talk is all over the World Economic Forum at Davos, and the people who are doing the talking are some of the most brilliant minds in the market.  

Merkel's party, sliding in polls, weighs German 'border centres'
A senior figure in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has proposed setting up "border centres" along the frontier with Austria to speed up the repatriation of those asylum seekers deemed unqualified to stay.  

Alaska Residents seek shelter after quake-related gas leaks, fire destroy Kenai homes
At least 20 people are taking shelter at the National Guard Armory in Kenai after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake triggered a gas leak and caused four houses to catch fire early this morning, according to Kenai Fire Chief Jeff Tucker. Two houses exploded in flames. The other two caught fire as flames spread, said Battalion Chief Tony Prior.  

Iran opens new chapter with 114 Airbus planes deal
Iran said on Sunday that it would buy 114 Airbus planes to revitalise its ageing fleet, in the first major commercial deal the country has announced since the lifting of sanctions under its nuclear agreement, the country said at the weekend.  

ISIS releases new video of Paris attackers
ISIS has released a gruesome new propaganda video that purports to show final messages from the Paris attackers. The terror group has claimed responsibility for the November attack, which left 130 people dead.

Why Is The Fox Network Spending Millions To Bring The Devil Into Your Home?
The Fox network wants you to think of them as the "family channel", and they don't want you to dwell on the fact that they spend millions producing books, television and movies that glorify the Devil, promote the homosexual lifestyle, and trash biblical Christianity. That makes them by definition both anti-family and anti-Christian.  

Biblical Prophecy Reveals Pope’s True Intentions Concerning the Jews
On the surface, it looks like Pope Francis and the Jews are cozying up to one another and becoming besties. Below the surface, an End of Days prophecy that pits Rome against Jerusalem is playing out.  

Schengen kaput? 'Possibility exists' EU leaders will reintroduce internal border controls
EU ministers will meet in Amsterdam to discuss steps to allow states to reintroduce national border controls for two years, possibly spelling the end for the 30-year-old Schengen Agreement allowing passport-free travel across 26 states, according to reports.  

Zika virus suspected of causing brain damage to babies to spread throughout Americas - WHO
The mosquito-borne Zika virus is set to spread in all countries across the Americas, except Canada and Chile, the World Health Organization has warned. Women planning to travel to areas where Zika is circulating should consult their healthcare provider before traveling and on return, the WHO said.  

Martial law declared in New York City Read more at http://www.wnd.com/2016/01/martial-law-declared-in-new-york-city/#lmEITF150L6jIfmW.99
Eleven states as well as Washington D.C. declared states of emergency in the wake of the massive record-breaking snowstorm which blanketed the East. But New York City went a step further. Governor Andrew Cuomo declared martial law in New York City by ordering all people to stay inside under police enforcement. He issued an absolute travel ban for anything that is not an emergency vehicle.  

Saudi-Iranian proxy war over Syria spreads to Davos
Senior Saudi and Iranian figures clashed behind closed doors at a private meeting convened by the World Economic Forum in Davos this week to try to promote peace in Syria, participants said. The barbed exchange between Saudi Prince Turki al-Faisal and Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif at an invitation-only meeting on Wednesday underlined the hostility between the two Gulf rivals, who are waging proxy wars in Syria, Yemen and Iraq.  

Major 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits off south-east Malaga in Spain
A strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck in the early hours of Monday morning in the Mediterranean between Morocco and Spain, 100 miles south-east of Malaga, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. The shallow quake hit at 4.22am 39 miles (62km) north of the Moroccan city of Al Hoceima and 101 miles (164km) east-southeast of Gibraltar, USGS said. It was followed by a 5.3-magnitude tremor.  

Aftershocks, reports of damage follow 7.1-magnitude earthquake in Alaska
A magnitude-7.1 earthquake knocked items off shelves and walls in Alaska early Sunday morning, jolting the nerves of residents in this earthquake-prone region. But there were no reports of injuries. Alaska's state seismologist, Michael West, called it the strongest earthquake in the state's south-central region in decades.  

Oil tumbles 3 percent but global stocks hold ground
Oil prices tumbled 3 percent on Monday and dragged the dollar down, but world stocks clung onto gains in a sign of stabilization after a horrendous start to the year. Crude oil prices fell 3 percent as Iraq announced record-high oil production feeding into a heavily over supplied market, wiping out much of the gains made in one of the biggest-ever daily rallies last Friday. [O/R]  

IDF expands missile fortification of strategic sites
The IDF Home Front Command and government ministries have completed fortification work to secure several strategically vital sites against rocket and missile attacks, a senior IDF source said. Work to secure dozens more sensitive infrastructure sites will commence soon, enabling them to continue to function even if hit by rockets or missiles, the military source told The Jerusalem Post.  

Major 6.1 magnitude earthquake hits off south-east Malaga in Spain
A strong 6.1-magnitude earthquake struck in the early hours of Monday morning in the Mediterranean between Morocco and Spain, 100 miles south-east of Malaga, the US Geological Survey (USGS) said. The shallow quake hit at 4.22am 39 miles (62km) north of the Moroccan city of Al Hoceima and 101 miles (164km) east-southeast of Gibraltar, USGS said. It was followed by a 5.3-magnitude tremor.  

Russian economy hit by oil price slide
Russia's economy contracted by 3.7% in 2015, according to preliminary figures published by the country's statistics service. Retail sales plunged by 10% and capital investment fell by 8.4% in the economy's worst performance since 2009. In contrast, Russian GDP increased by 0.6% in 2014.  

IS in Afghanistan: We will bury them, says President Ghani
Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has promised to "bury" the Islamic State (IS) militant group, whose local offshoot has clashed with government forces and Taliban fighters. In a BBC interview, Mr Ghani said IS was "not an Afghan phenomenon" and its atrocities had "alienated the people". "Afghans are now motivated by revenge," he said. "They [IS] have confronted the wrong people."  

East Asia cold snap 'kills 85 in Taiwan'
A cold snap sweeping across East Asia has killed at least 85 people in Taiwan and stranded 60,000 tourists in South Korea. Taiwanese media reported deaths from hypothermia and cardiac disease following a sudden drop in temperature over the weekend. Meanwhile heavy snow forced the closure of the airport on the Korean holiday island of Jeju, cancelling flights.  

NPR illustrative photo wipes Israel off the map
In an article published on National Public Radio's (NPR) website Monday, a map of the Middle East failed to include Israel, labeling Palestine in its place...The article referenced travelers' fears of Islamic radicalization and extremism in the region. Immediately following the publication, the website's comment section was flooded with criticism...  

Zika virus, a wolf in sheep's clothing
The world's latest health scare is a seemingly minor illness that carries a killer wrapped inside: Zika, the mosquito-borne virus sweeping Latin America, usually lasts less than a week, except when it derails a whole life.  

Some of the smartest minds in finance are making a prediction about China that was once taboo
It was once taboo to say that China could be a deflationary force, dragging the world into a slowdown as its own economy modernized. Serious economists and investors pooh-poohed the idea, saying that China's economy just didn't have that kind of global impact. Just last weekend in a note to clients, Deutsche Bank's Torsten Slok said the idea was overblown. But it seems like all of that is changing. The once taboo deflation talk is all over the World Economic Forum at Davos, and the people who are doing the talking are some of the most brilliant minds in the market.  

Merkel's party, sliding in polls, weighs German 'border centres'
A senior figure in German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative party has proposed setting up "border centres" along the frontier with Austria to speed up the repatriation of those asylum seekers deemed unqualified to stay.  

Alaska Residents seek shelter after quake-related gas leaks, fire destroy Kenai homes
At least 20 people are taking shelter at the National Guard Armory in Kenai after a 7.1 magnitude earthquake triggered a gas leak and caused four houses to catch fire early this morning, according to Kenai Fire Chief Jeff Tucker. Two houses exploded in flames. The other two caught fire as flames spread, said Battalion Chief Tony Prior.  

Iran opens new chapter with 114 Airbus planes deal
Iran said on Sunday that it would buy 114 Airbus planes to revitalise its ageing fleet, in the first major commercial deal the country has announced since the lifting of sanctions under its nuclear agreement, the country said at the weekend.  

ISIS releases new video of Paris attackers
ISIS has released a gruesome new propaganda video that purports to show final messages from the Paris attackers. The terror group has claimed responsibility for the November attack, which left 130 people dead.  

Holy, Holy, Holy; kneel at Jesus' feet
Jan 25th, 2016
Thought For The Week
A.W.TOZER
Categories: Commentary;Exhortation

A system of literature has grown up around the notion that Christianity may be be proven by the fact that "great men" believe in Christ!

A magazine article carries the caption that "Senator So-and-So Believes in Christ." The implication is that if the senator believes in Christ, then Christ must be all right.

When did Jesus Christ have to ride in on the coattail of a senator, or a governor, or some other well known man?

No, no my brother! Jesus Christ stands alone, unique and supreme, self-validating, and the Holy Ghost declares Him to be God's Eternal Son. Let all the presidents, and all the kings and queens, the senators, and the lords and ladies of the world, along with the great athletes and great actors - let them kneel at His feet and cry, "Holy, Holy, Holy is the Lord God Almighty".

Only the Holy Ghost can do this, my brethren. For that reason, I don't bow down to great men. I bow down to the Great Man and if you have learned to worship the Son of Man, you will not worship other men.

The Holy Spirit is God's imperative of life. If Christ is to be the Christ of God rather than the Christ of intellect, then we must enter in beyond the veil, until the illumination of the Holy Spirit fills our hearts and we are are learning at the feet of Jesus --- not at the feet of men!

"My brethren, have not the faith of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Lord of glory, with respect of persons. James 2:1 - A.W. Tozer


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