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Brannon Howse
Aired Thursday, March 21
Brannon Howse: March 21, 2019
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Topic: A Biblical Response to Unlawful Government (Part 1) Sadly, many pastors in America are twisting Romans 13 and teaching their congregations to roll over and not resist an overthrow of our form of government by revolutionaries such as the Islamists and Marxists. In this broadcast Brannon teaches the historically correct view of Romans 13. Topic: Are all governments approved by God? Topic: Do Christians have God ordained rights? Are Christians at times called to set aside or not practice those God given rights? What is the difference between a right given to us by God and a command given to us by God? Topic: What is the purpose of government? Topic: True Biblical and Constitutional law is a group of individuals coming together collectively to defend individual liberties.

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Islamophobia Fact or Fiction Program #48. In this program Usama Dakdok refutes the propaganda of Mr. Jaylani Hussein who is the executive director of CAIR Minnesota.

The Lessons of Purim: For Such a Time as This. We are joined by JB Bernstein (Founder of Gates of Zion). Topics discussed include: Purim: The History, the People. The Words of Mordecai. The Response of Esther. Lessons for Today.

 

A boatload of prisoners was sailing to Rome when their vessel sank in gale force winds. Were it not for the courage of Paul, a fellow prisoner, all aboard would have been lost. As we consider Paul’s life and ministry, this message provides a final chapter in his amazing story of faith.

 THE BLOOD OF THE MARTYRS

Chris discusses the rising tide of persecution against Christians around the world, with reports of attacks against believers in Nigeria, India and elsewhere. It is now reported that persecution against believers in Jesus Christ is worse now than ever before in history. We review Revelation chapter six and what it foretold through the souls crying out beneath the altar of God in Heaven. Also discussed are some of what independent conservative media reports about persecution against churches and believers that is largely overlooked by mainstream media.

Topic: A Biblical Response to Unlawful Government (Part 1) Sadly, many pastors in America are twisting Romans 13 and teaching their congregations to roll over and not resist an overthrow of our form of government by revolutionaries such as the Islamists and Marxists. In this broadcast Brannon teaches the historically correct view of Romans 13. Topic: Are all governments approved by God? Topic: Do Christians have God ordained rights? Are Christians at times called to set aside or not practice those God given rights? What is the difference between a right given to us by God and a command given to us by God? Topic: What is the purpose of government? Topic: True Biblical and Constitutional law is a group of individuals coming together collectively to defend individual liberties.

Israel Focus: Israel and the Escalated Syrian Threat. We are joined by Jimmy DeYoung (Prophecy Today). Topics discussed include: Egypt Warns Hamas. Iran, Iraq, Syria Conspire. Syria Threatens Israel. Celebrating Purim.

Islamophobia Fact or Fiction Program #47. In this program Usama Dakdok refutes the propaganda of Mr. Jaylani Hussein who is the executive director of CAIR Minnesota.

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung has at his Broadcast Table Itamar Marcus, the Director of Palestinian Media Watch, an organization that monitors the Palestinian media in Israel. Jimmy and Itamar will discuss what the Palestinian media has really been saying to the Palestinian people; that they have been using Children's programing to tell these little ones that the State of Israel will soon disappear and there will only be the State of Palestine; also a detailed report on the radical Palestinians and their activities on the Temple Mount; they want another Mosque on the Temple; and the possibility of a Jewish synagogue on the Temple Mount, as well.
 
 
 
 

Imprisoned for two years, Paul was finally on his way to Rome, knowing he faced almost certain death, but not before taking the Gospel to the heart of the world’s dominant empire. He pled his case before Rome’s king in Israel, seizing the moment to make sure the Gospel was preached.

Marty Zide is the director of the Midwest Messianic Center. As a Jew, Marty placed his trust in Jesus as his Messiah in December, 1971.

Marty began by noting that while it’s not as well known as Passover or Hanukkah, Purim is a festive Jewish holiday that revolves around the book of Esther. This was during the time when Nebuchadnezzar and the Babylonians had been taken over by the Medo-Persians.

During this time, a hatred toward the Jews was developing, although it wasn’t the first time. We saw such hatred from Pharaoh as he felt the Jews were becoming too powerful.

Many Crosstalk listeners are familiar with the narrative of Esther and the involvement of Haman, a man who hated the Jews and wanted them to bow down to him. Marty went through the narrative, also involving Mordecai and Queen Esther (Mordecai’s cousin), explaining how this is the basis for the important Jewish holiday of Purim. It’s the remembrance of how God delivered the Jewish people from a wicked man who wanted to destroy them.

As this program continued, discussion moved through the Abrahamic covenant and its impact on the world and the Jew/Gentile relationship, indoctrination and anti-Semitism being taught in schools, Scripture that proves Israel can never be destroyed, how God made the rejection of Christ by the Jews the opening of the door of salvation for the Gentiles, and much more.

 

A horrific attack on 2 New Zealand mosques leaves dozens dead, yet the U.S. media and Islamic organizations us this attack to call on Americans to "protect" mosques and the muslim community despite the fact the vast majority of U.S. Islamic organizations support jihad against non-muslims to establish an Islamic State. In more news, Texas has had more terrorist attacks since 9/11 than any other state in America.  There are hundreds of jihadis organizations in Texas supporting terrorism including Hamas/CAIR yet no effort is being made to stop them.  This and more on UTT's weekly radio program!  UnderstandingtheThreat.com

"A horrific attack on 2 New Zealand mosques leaves dozens dead, yet the U.S. media and Islamic organizations us this attack to call on Americans to "protect" mosques and the muslim community despite the fact the vast majority of U.S. Islamic organizations support jihad against non-muslims to establish an Islamic State. In more news, Texas has had more terrorist attacks since 9/11 than any other state in America.  There are hundreds of jihadis organizations in Texas supporting terrorism including Hamas/CAIR yet no effort is being made to stop them.  This and more on UTT's weekly radio program!  UnderstandingtheThreat.com"

Today Dave Dolan has a Middle East News Up-date on PTIB, as he sits with Jimmy DeYoung at the Broadcast Table. Jimmy and Dave will give us all an up-date on the Hamas rocket attack on Tel Aviv, the first attack by Hamas on Tell Aviv since 2014; how the Israeli Air Force responded to the Hamas rocket attack; Syria's threat to attack Israel if they don't withdraw all Israelis from the Golan Heights; Hizbullah says that Israel is afraid of a war with them, an Iranian-sponsored terrorist group; and an update on the upcoming national elections that will elect the Members of the Knesset and then the next Prime Minister of Israel.

PERSECUTION, JUDGE JEANINE & ISLAMOPHOBIA

Chris discusses the recent stories surrounding the recent attack on mosques in New Zealand, in contrast to the persecution of Christians in Nigeria, and the destruction of churches in many parts of the world. Why does Western media continue to ignore or marginalize the suffering of Christians? Will Western Civilization shake itself out of its slumber and begin to reassert its Christian heritage? Also discussed is the controversy involving Judge Jeanine Pirro, whose remarks against the Congresswoman, Ilhan Omar caused her show to be cancelled last week. Judge Jeanine confronted Omar’s anti-Semitic remarks, questioning their origin, since they are contrary to the beliefs of the Democratic Party; and questioned whether Omar’s wearing of the hijab was indicative of her adherence to Sharia law. Hear audio of Omar explaining to a Muslim journalist why she chooses to wear the hijab in America.

The Jews wanted Paul dead. But Paul appealed to Caesar and ended up in a Caesarea prison. After years passed, a new governor appealed to Rome’s King in Palestine, Herod Agrippa. In this message we see how the Gospel reaches an even broader audience.

Dr. Les Ollila is the founder and director of Building Great Leaders. It’s a ministry providing instruction, encouragement, and resources for Christian leaders. He’s a former pastor, staff evangelist, and former president of what was then known as Northland Baptist Bible College. He’s a member of the Board of Directors of VCY America.

Dr. Ollila defined bitterness as a fretted and irritated state of mind that keeps a person in perpetual animosity. It’s a dissatisfaction that is well developed and robs our soul of contentment.

He did make an important distinction. He noted that many times discontentment is really bitterness, but it’s not always that way. You see that with Hannah. She was discontented, yet she prayed out of the bitterness of her soul.

Another distinction he made was between relational bitterness (like we see in Shimei in his attack on David) and circumstantial bitterness (as we see with Naomi).

Is there a relationship between anger and bitterness? Dr. Ollila explained that when you look at Ephesians 4, bitterness and anger are mentioned in the same verse. So there has to be a connection. In these cases we are quenching/grieving the Spirit while at the same time God tells us to put away bitterness, wrath, anger and evil communication.

When engaged in perpetual animosity, this causes people to be unable to rejoice because their heart is heavy and this can sometimes be traced to a seething bitterness.

This Crosstalk uses the story of Ruth as a case study as it looks at the sources, symptoms, and solution to bitterness, and various sub-points within each of these categories.

 

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