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Published on May 27, 2018

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But even if we or an angel from heaven should preach a gospel other than the one we preached to you, let him be eternally condemned! (Galatians 1:8)
(John 8:32) And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free
Matt. 24:6 And ye shall hear of WARS AND RUMOURS OF WARS: see that ye be not troubled: for all these things must come to pass, but the end is not yet.
Matt. 24:7 FOR NATION SHALL RISE AGAINST NATION, AND KINGDOM AGAINST KINGDOM: and there shall be famines, and pestilences, and earthquakes, in divers places.
Matt. 24:8 All these are the beginning of sorrows

QUESTION:    Do you think the rapture happens as the dragon is cast out of heaven? I wouldn’t want to be around when he is cast down and confined and angry. It’s interesting that Jesus comes with the archangel but it doesn’t say with a great host of angels. Perhaps the angels are kicking butt and clearing the rebel angles out and getting things ready for us. When Jesus said He saw Satan fall like a lightening bolt, how does that fit in to the war in heaven when He is confined to earth?
ANSWER:    I believe the rapture of the Church precedes all of Daniel’s 70th Week. That being the case, it will happen at least 3 ½ years before Satan is cast out of Heaven. The Lord’s claim in Luke 10:18 that He saw Satan fall like lightning from Heaven is most likely related to the judgment that took place at his rebellion. This is also mentioned in Isaiah 14:12.
Since that time Satan has been primarily concerned with trying to ruin God’s creation here on Earth. For reasons we don’t understand he still has access to heaven where he comes to accuse us before God (Rev. 12:10). But that will end at the beginning of the Great Tribulation when he and his forces will be forcibly and permanently expelled. That’s the point at which he will be confined to Earth.

QUESTION:    I firmly believe that the world view of an individual is based on his spiritual condition and how important the Word of God is in his life. Because of this belief, I have encountered an argument that I have no answer on.
I believe that what the West is experiencing (innovations and technology, wealth, “stable” governments, “relative” peace, etc) is part of their spiritual heritage and what the East, Middle-east, South-America and Africa is experiencing is due to their worship of pagan gods. The eroding of the Western society is because they have turned their back on God, His word and principles.
The argument used against my view is: “Look at the great civilizations of the past – Nebuchadnezzar King of Babylon, Greece, Romans, etc. and the more modern Napoleon, even Hitler and the communist regimes? There was the same things as in the West (innovations and technology, wealth, “stable” governments, “relative” peace, etc) and their end was the same as what the end of the West will be.”
How do I answer this?
ANSWER:    I agree with your conclusions about Western Society. According to recent surveys, only about 7% of Evangelical Christians actually have a Christian world view. The other 93% have the same secular world view as non-believers have. That means they’re preoccupied with the things of this world and spend little or no time preparing themselves or anyone else for the world to come. They’re the seed amongst the thorns the Lord spoke about in Matt. 13:22, saved but with no fruit.
As for the pagan societies that grew and then fell into decay, they make your point. A main lesson from the Old Testament is that when Israel was faithful to God the nation prospered, and when they fell into apostasy they declined. As Daniel told Nebuchadnezzar, Babylon’s greatness was a gift from God. (Daniel 2:37-38) Their failure was in not recognizing that and turning to him. That mistake has been repeated by major Empires throughout history. (There were exceptions to this, created specifically to thwart the will of God; Nazi Germany against the Jews, the Soviet Union against Christianity, and radical Islam against both.)
You can pin the beginning of our decline in the US to our insistence on the Separation of Church and State, the secularization of our schools and our national decision to murder our unborn. If history is any measure, our tolerance of “alternative lifestyles” is just about the last step in our decline.
There’s no doubt in my mind that if the West, and especially the US, turned back to God and followed His ways, our society would prosper again. But I am equally convinced that we won’t.


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1Th. 5:3 For when they shall say, Peace and safety; THEN SUDDEN DESTRUCTION COMETH UPON THEM, as travail upon a woman with child; and they shall not escape











By Herb Keinon –
Although feeling the squeeze, Tehran still has areas where it can kick back – where it can pinprick Israel. Gaza is one of those areas.
Listen to the news, and it seems that the country – in relation to security issues – is teetering on the abyss.
Confrontations with Iran in Syria, Hezbollah gaining political strength in Lebanon, tens of thousands on the march in Gaza.
Yet talk to former senior Israeli intelligence officers, both in government and in think tanks, and the situation looks a bit different, even – as one official put it recently – “pregnant with opportunity.”
And that opportunity for a positive turn stems from one basic reason: Iran has had a few very bad weeks.
The nuclear agreement with the West, which provided Iran with critical oxygen for its adventurism in the region, is in jeopardy. Tehran has come up against a very determined Israel in Syria, which has bloodied its nose in attacks against its assets inside the country.
Russia is showing signs of impatience with Iran’s antics in Syria. Moscow is increasingly concerned that an entrenched Iranian military presence there could lead to a wider confrontation with Israel, something that would endanger the regime of Syrian President Bashar Assad and therefore put at risk Russia’s significant gains in the area.
Furthermore, Iran has had its nuclear archives revealed by Israel, suffered a setback in the election in Iraq, and continues to face daily demonstrations on its own streets.
And, to top it off, the rial is tanking.
In short, Iran is feeling the squeeze, and what is bad for Iran – what weakens Iran in the region – is good for Israel. That’s the good news.
The bad news is that Tehran still has areas where it can kick back – where it can pinprick Israel. Gaza is one of those areas.
There are many possible reasons why Islamic Jihad, obviously with a not-too-subtle wink and a huge nod from Hamas, decided on Tuesday to launch the largest barrage of rocket fire against Israel since Operation Protective Edge in 2014.
It could be a revenge attack for Israel’s shelling of an Islamic Jihad position in southern Gaza on Sunday, killing three men, in response to the Palestinians’ planting of an explosive device along the border fence.
It could be to avenge the death of Hamas and Islamic Jihad operatives killed over the past few weeks in the “Great March of Return” toward the fence.
It could be because Hamas is cornered, with no significant victories to show for the deaths of so many Palestinians over the past month, and with soured relations with Egypt and the Palestinian Authority.
It could be a way for the terrorist organizations to show their domestic constituency they are still alive and relevant.
It could be out of frustration that the reconciliation process with Fatah has gone off the tracks. It could be to demonstrate to Israel why a hudna – a long-term cease-fire that some have reported is being discussed by Israel and Hamas through intermediaries – would be worthwhile. It could be because Islamic Jihad and Hamas simply hate Israel and want to see it destroyed and its people killed.
It could also be because Iran has an interest – as its sun appears to be sinking in the north, where its adventure in Syria is not going as well as it had hoped – to make Israel stand up and take notice in the south.
In the Mideast, everything is connected; there are few “localized incidents.” Islamic Jihad is, for all intents and purposes, an Iranian franchise, heavily sponsored by the Islamic Republic and ideologically beholden to it.
Having its Gazan proxy shooting rockets at Israel, especially at a time when it seems that Iran’s fortunes are waning a bit, is a way for Tehran to signal to Israel that it still has leverage.
And, after all, that is what Iran is after – leverage. That is one of the reasons it is in Syria, and why it has spent tens of billions of dollars on Hezbollah in Lebanon – to gain leverage against Israel, so that if Israel ever attacks Iran to end its nuclear program, Iran would be able to hit back extremely hard through conventional means – whether from Syria, Lebanon or Gaza.



There have not been so many trouble signs for the global economy in a very long time.  Analysts are sounding the alarm about junk bond defaults, the smart money is getting out of stocks at an astounding rate, mortgage rates are absolutely skyrocketing, and Europe is already facing a full blown financial meltdown.  
Of course expectations that another global economic crisis will happen among the general population are probably at an all-time low right now, but the reality of the matter is that we are probably closer to a new one erupting than at any point since the last one in 2008.  
Since the last financial crisis our long-term debt problems have just continued to grow, and there are many that believe that the next crisis will actually be far worse than what we experienced ten years ago.
So how bad are things at this moment?
The following are 12 indications that the next major global economic crisis could be just around the corner…
#1 The “smart money” is getting out of stocks at a rate that we haven’t seen since just before the financial crisis of 2008.
#2 Moody’s is warning that a “particularly large wave” of junk bond defaults is coming.  And as I have written about so many times before, junk bonds are often an early warning indicator for a major financial crisis.
#3 According to the FDIC, a closely watched category known as “assets of problem banks” more than tripled during the first quarter of 2018.  What that means is that some really big banks are now officially in “problem” territory.
#4 U.S. Treasury bonds are having the worst start to a year since the Great Depression.
#5 Mortgage interest rates just hit a 7 year high, and they have been rising at the fastest pace in nearly 50 years.  This is going to be absolutely crippling for the real estate and housing industries.
#6 Retail industry debt defaults have hit a record high in 2018.
#7 We are on pace for the worst year for retail store closings ever.
#8 The two largest economies on the entire globe are on the verge of starting an international trade war.
#9 The 9th largest economy in the world, Italy, is in the midst of yet another financial meltdown.  In fact, this one appears to be the worst yet, and there are fears that it could spread to other areas of the eurozone.
#10 Italian banking stocks crashed really hard this week.
#11 Italian two year bond yields are the highest that they have been since the crisis of 2014.
#12 German banking giant Deutsche Bank just announced that it will be cutting another 7,000 jobs as it “seeks to turn the page on years of losses”.  Those of you that have followed my work for a long time know that I have written extensively about Deutsche Bank, and it really is amazing that it has survived for this long.  If Deutsche Bank fails in 2018, it will essentially be a “Lehman Brothers moment” for the entire planet.
The mainstream media in the United States almost entirely ignores Europe, but I believe that what is going on over there is the key right now.
Italy is a financial basket case, and Europe isn’t going to be able to handle a complete and total Italian financial collapse.  If you will remember, Europe could barely handle what happened in Greece, and the Italian economy is many times the size of Greece.
The can has been kicked down the road several times before on the Italian crisis, but now we are getting to the point where it simply won’t be able to be kicked down the road any further.
And once things start unraveling over in Europe, we will be deeply affected in the United States as well.  The global financial system is more interconnected than ever before, and at this point we are even more vulnerable than we were just prior to the crisis of 2008.
When this thing breaks loose, it won’t matter who is in the White House, who is in Congress or who is running the Federal Reserve.
When this bubble bursts there is nothing that anyone will be able to do to stop it.
Global central banks have been able to buy a few extra years of time by engaging in unprecedented levels of intervention, but now they are almost out of ammunition and events are beginning to escalate at a very frightening pace.
We shall see if they can pull another rabbit out of a hat in 2018, but I wouldn’t count on it…

The Church of England has launched a diversity drive that is specifically encouraging gay, lesbian and transgender people to take “roles of leadership and service in the local church”.  
This move is being greatly applauded by the LGBT community and is being very strongly criticized by conservatives.  At one time such action by the Church of England would have been unthinkable, but today this news is hardly being noticed.  
The Church of England has worked very hard to be welcoming to the LGBT community in recent years, and this has created some very significant rifts within the denomination.  Other major Christian denominations are going through similar struggles, and ultimately we may be seeing the largest shift in Protestant thinking since the days of the Reformation.
For the Church of England, the debate is essentially over.  Bishops have decided that they very much want to encourage gay, lesbian and transgender people to take on roles of leadership…
Transgender people are being encouraged to become Church of England vicars as bishops launch a diversity drive.
Bishops in the diocese of Lichfield have issued new guidance to parishioners and clergy reminding them that LGBT people “can be called to roles of leadership and service in the local church”.
One of the biggest reasons for this new “guidance” is the fact that young people are not embracing the church.  It is apparently hoped that this new diversity drive will encourage young people to get involved…
The guidance, titled “welcoming and honouring LGBT+ people”, warns that the church’s reputation as being unwelcoming towards gay and transgender people is stopping young people attending.
“We very much hope that they, like everyone else, feel encouraged to serve on PCCs, or as churchwardens and worship leaders, for instance, and are supported in exploring vocations to licensed lay and ordained ministries,” the guidance says.
Without a doubt, we are seeing a major shift in perspective among young people all over the planet.  For example, a new survey has found that the percentage of the U.S. population that identifies as LGBT has hit a brand new record high…
Results from a year-long survey conducted in 2017 show that the estimated LGBT population in the United States is now at 4.5%, and that the biggest increase in LGBT-identification has been among millenials, those people born between 1980 and 1999.
The survey by Gallup also showed that women are more likely to identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, or transgender than men — 5.1% to 3.9% respectively—and that more people in low-income brackets identify as LGBT than people in high-income brackets.
And what that same survey found was that most of the growth among the LGBT community has been among Millennials…
“The percentage of millennials who identify as LGBT expanded from 7.3% to 8.1% from 2016 to 2017, and is up from 5.8% in 2012,” reported Gallup.
“By contrast, the LGBT percentage in Generation X (those born from 1965 to 1979) was up only 0.2% from 2016 to 2017,” said the survey firm. “There was no change last year in LGBT percentage among baby boomers (born 1946 through 1964) and traditionalists (born prior to 1946).”
Of course in some parts of the country the percentage of those that identify as LGBT is much higher.  Just recently, actor Ian McKellen declared that “half of Hollywood is gay”, and Washington D.C. is also a major focus for the LBGT movement.
Meanwhile, the traditional family continues to decline in America.
In fact, the number of married couples with children in the United States is the lowest that it has been since 1961…
The number of married couples in the United States who have children under 18 hit a 56-year low in 2017, according to the U.S. Census Bureau.
In 2017, according to Census Bureau table FM-1, there were 23,651,000 married-couple families in this country with children under 18. The last time there were fewer than that was 1961, when there were 23,514,000.
Our population is far, far greater today than it was in 1961, and so as a percentage of the population married couples with children are far, far lower today than they were back then.
Unfortunately, we should expect all of these trends to continue to accelerate.  The only hope for America is a spiritual renewal, and let us be praying for that.


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