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Brannon Howse
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Brannon Howse: September 18, 2017
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Understanding the Insults of Jesus (Part Two) What did Jesus mean when in Matthew 23:24 He told the Jewish religious leaders of His day that they were blind guides that strain at a gnat but swallow a camel? You might find it interesting to know that many Jews in that day did indeed strain their liquids to make sure they were not consuming a gnat or fly or flea. But why and how does this help us understand the condemnation of these Jewish Pharisees by Jesus? Topic: In Matthew 23:33 Jesus calls the Pharisees snakes and a brood of vipers. What was Jesus really conveying in this condemnation? Topic: In Luke 7:32 Jesus compared the Pharisees to children but he was not doing so a compliment. Topic: John Guandolo checks in with us to share about what happen to him at his event in the Midwest. Topic: We take your calls.

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North Korea continues to threaten the Far East, Japan, the United States, and its allies; and in essence the entire world with nuclear WMD's. Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung gets a report on the NKorean threat from Ken Timmerman. Jimmy and Ken will not only discuss the NKorean situation, and the statement from their President about making America "dark", by using an "EMP"; but also the 9/11 terrorist that died when he flew a plane into the South Tower, having pre-recorded a video where he said his reason for the terror attack was because "the American blood was delicious, and the meat cheap"; and Turkey signs a deal with Russia for S-400, the most sophisticated anti-missile system today.

Murder: it’s now so common that we aren’t fazed by it anymore. But the taking of innocent life breaks one of the cardinal commandments of God. And since Roe versus Wade, that commandment has been broken untold millions of times.

​​​September 17th marked the 230th year since our founding fathers produced what became known as the U.S. Constitution.

Joining Jim to explain how this important document came into being was William Federer.  William is a nationally known speaker, author and president of Amerisearch, Inc., a publishing company dedicated to researching America's noble heritage.  He's authored numerous books including, 'America's God and Country Encyclopedia of Quotations', 'The Original 13: History of Religion in America's First Thirteen States', 'Who is the King in America?' and 'For God and Country: A Handbook for the Statesman-Citizen'.

The Declaration of Independence communicated the concept of government by the consent of the governed.  This makes the Constitution a way to have the people govern themselves.  In other words, a republic is where the people are king, ruling through representatives.  So when we pledge allegiance to the flag and to the republic for which it stands, we're pledging allegiance to us being in charge of ourselves.  This means that if someone dishonors the flag, they're basically saying they don't want to be the king anymore!

At the time America was being formed, the rest of the world was ruled by kings—Chinese emperors, czars in Russia, Muslims Sultans in the Ottoman Empire and more.  However, the most powerful king on earth was the king of England.  People in America wanted to change that.  To our advantage was the fact that we had 150 years of practicing self-government in the colonies.  

Ancient Israel (which came out of Egypt in 1400 BC) was actually the first nation in recorded history to be ruled without a king and they governed that way for 400 years.  Instead, they were ruled by the Law which says there's no respecter of persons in judgment.  This was the beginning of the concept of equality.

In addition, Israel had no standing army because every man was armed and part of the militia. They were the first nation without prisons and they had a bureaucracy-free welfare system that worked by having people leave gleanings in the fields at harvest time for the poor.     

We look back to Israel because America's founders did.  Samuel Langdon, the president of Harvard, gave an address at the ratification convention for the Constitution.  The address was titled, 'The Republic of the Israelites: An Example to the American States'.

William then moved to the 1500's and 1600's where he mentioned the Christian Hebraists, the Mayflower Compact, the Puritans, the congregational form of church government and much more as we remember the formation and the birthday of our unique Constitution.
   

 MUSLIM BOY TO CANADIAN MAN: "WE WILL RULE YOU"
Chris discusses a recent phone call with a listener in Canada who related several strange stories about encounters with Muslims in the city of St. Catherine's in Ontario, Canada.  On one occasion, an 8-10 year old Islamic boy is reported to have told an older Canadian man: "My dad said that some day we will rule you." This and other strange happenings have followed the build-up of the Muslim population in St. Catherine's, much like what is happening across Europe.
 

UTT traveled to flyover country and were met with protests as we spread the truth about Civilization Jihad, directly confronting and shutting down jihadis in the audience. Take a listen!

Understanding the Insults of Jesus (Part Two) What did Jesus mean when in Matthew 23:24 He told the Jewish religious leaders of His day that they were blind guides that strain at a gnat but swallow a camel? You might find it interesting to know that many Jews in that day did indeed strain their liquids to make sure they were not consuming a gnat or fly or flea. But why and how does this help us understand the condemnation of these Jewish Pharisees by Jesus? Topic: In Matthew 23:33 Jesus calls the Pharisees snakes and a brood of vipers. What was Jesus really conveying in this condemnation? Topic: In Luke 7:32 Jesus compared the Pharisees to children but he was not doing so a compliment. Topic: John Guandolo checks in with us to share about what happen to him at his event in the Midwest. Topic: We take your calls.

This week Pastors Andy Woods and Jim McGowan of Sugar Land Bible Church discuss the correct view of repentance. In this series, we've been going through a list of questions that we ask of our missionaries to determine their biblical soundness. This week we continue with question 18, "Define your understanding of Biblical repentance. What role does repentance play in the salvation (justification) of a person?"

U.S. Marine (Ret.) Captain Udell Meyer will encourage you in this program as to what is your command from on high? What command has God given to every believer? How and why should you be a good soldier of Jesus Christ in contending for the faith? Why does such faithful service matter and have eternal context? In these troubling days in America why must every Christian preach the word? How can you preach the Word as you go about your day? Why should you pray each day for a God to providentially bring someone into your life to share the gospel with them? Why is the job of the Great Commission not one that is just for the pastor but for every believer?

If Russia and China's North Korean nuclear gambit works in the Pacific, look next to Iran going nuclear, creating another nuclear crisis for the United States and its allies in the Middle East and Europe.  Iran's nuclear missile program has been and is being helped by Moscow, Beijing, and Pyongyang, because Tehran is part of the Nuclear Axis waging the New Cold War against the still unwitting democracies of East and West.

U.S. abject surrender to a nuclear-armed North Korea by accepting Mutual Assured Destruction with Kim Jong-Un for ourselves and our allies, after proclaiming for 25 years that this is impossible, will destroy our credibility.  Russia, China, North Korea, and Iran will see such weakness as an invitation to aggression in Asia, the Middle East, Europe, and against the United States.

Just as the Neville Chamberlains of 1939 brought World War II on themselves, the Neville Chamberlains of 2017 are on the verge of bringing on World War III.

(Program #28) Usama Dakdok reveals the dangers of interfaith dialogues by playing the audio of the interfaith dialogue between James White and Jihadi Yasir-Qadhi. Usama will start and stop the audio as he provides commentary and uses this as a opportunity to refute the misinformation with truth.

The latter part of Zechariah 9 contains a well-known prophecy that touches on both the first and second comings of Christ. Our study of it this week is entitled, “Salvation in the Kingdom.”

Host Wayne Shepherd, armed with the reminder that God’s Word is true from the beginning to the end, helps to prepare us to hear Dr. John Whitcomb as he continues Part 5 of his series, “Zechariah: The LORD Remembers.” In this installment, he explores aspects of Christ’s coming kingdom and shows how God’s covenant promises outline His plans for this time of future renewal. Middletown Bible Church in Middletown, Conn., has made it possible for us to bring this message to you, and we thank them for their generosity.

We trust that this program will help you to draw closer to Christ, who became our sacrifice for sin and who will come again to reign in that day.

 

Today on PTIB Jimmy DeYoung has his weekly conversation with Dave James on the life and legacy of one of the great heroes of the faith, Dr Stanley Toussaint, who this last week went to be with his Lord in the heavens. Jimmy and Dave will reflect on this great Bible teacher, who traveled around the world teaching the Bible and "loving the people", which was his two-pronged approach to ministry. As Dave will tell us, if the Bible was still being written today it would include Dr Toussaint's name in the "hall of fame" in Hebrews 11.

If we're not careful, history will repeat itself.  In this week's boralogue, John coins a new term: Not Say-ism – when people tell you what to say and not say, what to believe and not believe, and what to think and not to think.  He compares the Not Says of today with the German Nazis of the 1930s and 1940s and points out the logical fallacies at the core of American Not Says.

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Not-Says are picking up steam online as well, with Facebook and YouTube leading the way.  Matt Agorist (www.thefreethoughtproject.com), Founder and Editor-in-Chief of the Free Thought Project, recounts his battle with Facebook after they blocked his page once for extremist content and another time for no stated reason.  Censorship is growing in cyberspace.

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John’s quote of the week:

"The mental disorder of American Not-Say-ism is a compulsive totalitarian instinct in which its adherents simply cannot resist coming apart at the seams upon hearing a trigger word and launching into lengthy irrational tirades or engaging in violence against the 'offender' – all in the name of defending safe spaces and being tolerant!"

 

As always, join us online for our Section 6 intelligence briefing featuring analysis by John on important stories highlighting emerging geopolitical trends around the world.

 

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God made it clear that all of us need a day of rest. The concept is so important that he made it into one of the Ten Commandments. In our day, Sunday is just another day to shop, work, or be on the move: not a day for rest, reflection, meditation and prayer.

​​Jim sifted through many, many news stories in order to get listeners caught up on issues of interest to the body of Christ. Stories included:

--New Zealand listeners are asking for prayers for their national election next week.
--Shahram Hadian will be warning about churches involved in interfaith dialogue with Muslims during tomorrow evening's VCY America rally at the Waukesha, WI. Expo Center.
--President Trump said he isn't considering giving citizenship to illegal immigrants but spokeswoman Lindsey Waters and House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi claim that he is.
--President Trump denied reports that he struck a deal overnight with top Democrats to protect the so-called 'dreamers' while insisting massive border security would have to be agreed to in exchange for consent.
--WND.com is saying if President Trump doesn't live up to his promise of strong border security and 'America First' immigration policy, he and his party risk losing the voters who put them over the top in 2016.
--The Daily Signal points out that the promise of border security and the future for amnesty now sounds suspiciously like the 2013 'Gang of 8' bill that eventually collapsed in the Senate.
--Congressman Lou Barletta condemned the President's potential deal to grant amnesty to DACA illegal immigrants.
--Former White House Press Secretary Shaun Spicer said that President Trump made it clear during the campaign that he's a deal maker and he'll do what's in the best interest of the U.S.
--9 Americans who have lost loved ones to illegal aliens have spoken out in response to the idea of DACA amnesty.
--Scotland Yard has confirmed rush-hour blast on the district line train was a terror attack.
--North Korea launches yet another missile, this time eastward over northern Japan before it landed in the Pacific Ocean.
--Latest North Korea missile launch was the longest ever flight for one of their missiles.
--A British newspaper reports that the U.S. Navy Seal team that killed Osama bin Laden is training members of the South Korean military to assassinate North Korea's leader.
--Chinese military support to North Korea's missile programs included transfers of rocket transporters.
--North Korea may be attempting to circumvent the effects of tough economic sanctions by enlisting state sponsored hackers to target bitcoin exchanges.
--South Korea is getting ready to host the 2018 Winter Olympics but tensions with North Korea have caused considerable problems for organizers. The games are set to begin in February but ticket sales for the event have remained disastrously weak.
--Russia has created an elusive combat railway missile complex that seeks to weaken the U.S. doctrine of prompt, global strike. It's a strategic missile system that works via rail cars, indistinguishable from an ordinary freight train.
--The U.S. Navy has deployed cyber security experts to join the military's ongoing investigation into the fatal collision of the USS John McCain off the coast of Singapore last month.
--The CEO of a New York City-based company has been sentenced to over 4 and a half years in prison for conspiring to send a steel company in Iran a metallic powder that can be used in missiles.
--Iran's clandestine spy network has been threatening and blackmailing scores of journalists, even going so far as to detain and threaten the family members of reporters in order to insure positive coverage in global media outlets.
--Brigitte Gabriel, president of Act for America, noticed that on 9-11 President Trump failed to mention the words 'radical Islamic terrorism'.​

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