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Brannon Howse
Aired Friday, July 21
Brannon Howse: July 21, 2017
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Guest: Dr. Jimmy DeYoung: Topic: Major classes surrounding Temple Mount because Palestinians refuse to enter Temple Mount through metal detectors. Topic: Leading Sunni Moslem center in Cairo, Egypt, calls for intervention to save al aqsa. Topic: As Israelis prepare too take out Iran's bases's in Syria, the Russian's move to Israeli border in defiance. Topic: Vice-President Mike Pence reassures Christians that the United States move of its embassy to Jerusalem is when, not if. Topic: We take your calls. 

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A muslim shoots an unarmed citizen in Minneapolis and the muslim community wants protection. The Islamic Society of North America funds terrorists and their leaders are working with U.S. leaders. Christians are being killed in the Middle East yet Christians there and in the U.S. want to protect muslims and do "interfaith outreach" with them.  What is going on?  Come to UTT radio and find out how you can take the righteous fight to the enemy and put freedom back on the offensive where it belongs!  

God gave us our liberty, we have a duty to protect it!

Why is there so much disunity in the modern Reformed movement? Is Charismatic Theology consistent with Reformed Theology? How is Dispensationalism different to Reformed Theology? Are all Calvinists Reformed? The term is thrown around a lot today, but what does 'Reformed' really mean and represent?

New England Primer (Part 1)

On today' show Pastor Mike looks at the New England Primer (1777 Edition) and the religious education of our children. Listen in as Pastor Mike examines this very interesting book which was the first textbook printed in America to teach the Bible in schools. The young INFANT'S or CHILD'S morning Prayer.From Dr. WATTS. ALMIGHTY God the Maker of every thing in Heaven and Earth; the Darkness goes away, and the Day light comes at thy Command. Thou art good and doest good continually. I thank thee that thou has taken such Care of me this Night, and that I am alive and well this Morning. Save me, O God, from Evil, all this Day long, and let me love and serve thee forever, for the Sake of Jesus Christ thy Son. AMEN.


(Program #2) 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.

It is that time of the week when Jimmy DeYoung and Dave James get together to have a conversation on an issue of importance to the Church. This time the focus will be the Prayer Meeting at the White House this last week. There where a number of Christian leaders that actually went into the Oval Office and "laid hands" on the President as they prayed for him. Jimmy and Dave will discuss some of the personalities at the prayer meeting and some of the things they said, and believe today, much of which is now not in the Bible, and thus non-Biblical activities.

The Lord Jesus spoke of a coming day that would be characterized by, “Men's hearts failing them for fear, and for looking after those things which are coming on the earth: for the powers of heaven shall be shaken. And then shall they see the Son of man coming in a cloud with power and great glory” (Luke 21:26, 27, KJV).

This verse gives us a picture of the dread of impending judgment, but also shows the hope of deliverance through the coming of Christ.

So where do you turn for consolation during the turbulent times in which we live today?
Host Wayne Shepherd leads you into this edition of "Encounter God’s Truth" with Old Testament teacher Dr. John Whitcomb.

He will give us hope, and help us learn more about these future events as part of our ongoing series, “Zechariah: The LORD Remembers.” It teaches us once again that God’s Word is true from the beginning to the end!

The Duty of Discernment part 11 - July 24, 2017


In today's show we will look at more passages which command us to judge on matters of doctrine and theology so that when you hear someone object, "Judge not lest ye be judged," you will not be caught flat-footed.

​This week the 'Round-Up' looked at these and other news stories:

--Senator John McCain diagnosed with a very aggressive form of brain cancer.
--After holding the job for six months, White House Press Secretary Sean Spicer resigns.
--Attorney General Jeff Sessions has no immediate plans to resign after President Trump criticized him for recusing himself from the probe of suspected Russian meddling in the U.S. political campaign.
--President Trump tells GOP senators at the White House that they should cancel their August recess and not leave town until they've acted to repeal Obamacare.
--President Trump's administration has so far eliminated 16 old rules for every new one rule.
--A Clinton Foundation witness has been found dead.
--More than 8 months after Hillary Clinton's presidential loss, there's been a new batch of documents showing numerous instances of Clinton Foundation donors receiving favors from the State Department.
--The U.S. Postal Service violated federal law by letting employees do union funded work for Hillary Clinton's campaign and other Democrat candidates while on leave from the agency.
--Former President Obama's army of community organizing thugs show no sign of slowing down efforts to protect the Obama policy legacy and undermine the Trump administration.
--Judge David Nye, President Donald Trump's first nominee for the U.S. District Court, was unanimously confirmed July 12th.
--The Senate has confirmed John K. Bush for a lifetime seat in the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals.
--Albuquerque Tea Party wins 8 year battle with the IRS.
--No sooner did pro-life Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell put forward a new idea to repeal Obamacare and defund Planned Parenthood when 3 pro-abortion Republicans killed the plan.
--Charlie Gard's mom stormed out of court after a new set of hospital scans were read in the controversial case.
--A U.S. House committee voted this week to approve Charlie Gard as a permanent U.S. resident but the bill isn't law yet.
--The migrant situation in the European Union has soared so out of control that an Italian MP is demanding a referendum for Italy voters to decide on whether or not to stay or exit from the E.U.
--England's first state-funded Muslim secondary school had books found to be promoting domestic violence and marital rape. It's to be taken over by the government.
--Federal regulators in Canada have revoked the charity status of an Islamic organization (ISNA) after an audit uncovered problems including tax receipts that were issued for donations to a Pakistani group linked to armed militancy.
--Questions remain in the strange death of Justine Damond who was shot by a Somali-born, Minneapolis, Minnesota, police officer.
--Many left-wing progressives and Islamic political groups are distancing themselves from Linda Sarsour after she called for jihad against President Trump.

Series: With the Master in View of His Return

Lesson: 11

Title: Paul’s Three-fold Prayer for the Church at Thessalonica

Passage: 1 Thessalonians 3:11-13

Description: The apostle Paul leaves a legacy for all of us as believers in the area of prayer. Paul was a man of prayer and seemed delighted to pray without ceasing. Recorded for us in this last portion of chapter three of 1 Thessalonians is one of his prayers he prayed. We will consider his three-fold prayer in this lesson.


Chris discusses a series of stories about the influence of Islam in the West, including a recent account of an American Muslim who threatened police with a knife and sword, ordering others to "bow down to Allah."  Also discussed
is the 19th century book, "Light for the Last Days" by Dr. H. Grattan Guinness who wrote much about the role of Islam in Bible prophecy.

In this episode of Pastors' Point of View, pastors Andy Woods and Jim McGowan do a short wrapup of the whole Yasir Qhadi-James White interfaith dialogue issue. They then turn their attention to an analysis of the limited atonement idea as advocated by five point Calvinism. Does the Bible teach limited or unlimited atonement and why does it matter? In the process, they reveal some interesting information about the well-known Bible-based counselor, Dr. Jay Adams. Not only is this man a Preterist (someone who believes that the bulk of the Book of Revelation's prophecies were fulfilled in the events of A.D. 70), but he has also written that is improper to tell the unsaved that Christ died for them when evangelizing. He says this because he doesn't know if the unsaved people he is witnessing to you are one of the elect. Is this a biblical evangelistic approach?


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Much like Yellowstone of late, America's economic arena is experiencing a swarm of quakes that serve as a warning to us all.  In this week's boralogue, John looks at what these quakes mean and where we are heading.  Between the fake news camped out in Russia collusion land and the Fed stating that all is well, you would think our economy's future is just fine.  Tough times are ahead, but God will guide each of us through it.


In late June, a van plowed into a group of Muslims outside of a London mosque, stirring up terms like 'payback' and 'white jihad.' Dr. Dawn Perlmutter (, Director of Symbol Intelligence Group, examines the roots of white jihad and the growing resentment that fuels it.  White jihad is a problem, but it hasn't yet risen to the horrific levels of its Islamic counterpart.


The former administration's EPA redefined the word 'navigable' in the Waters of the U.S. Act, thereby expanding its jurisdiction. Dr. Bonner Cohen (, Senior Fellow at the National Center for Public Policy Research, discusses the immense bureaucratic power of the EPA and the abuses stemming from it, and praises President Trump for rolling back some of that power.


You cannot defend the truth if you do not know the truth.  Mike LeMay (, General Manager of Q90 FM Radio in Wisconsin, shows the steady decline of Christian thought in the West and the erosion of moral standards taught in schools and at church.


Finally, we look at Christian persecution around the world with Paula Kweskin (, Producer of Clarion Project's film Faithkeepers.  She points out that media is largely silent on Christian persecution but there are ways you and I can help.


John’s quote of the week:

"We are at the endgame of all excessive taxation and inflation because they promise so many goodies to so many people that they can't stop paying it.  Once you're on this deep debt train, you can't get off until the train goes violently off the rails.  This is the point where governments become rapacious and start taxing and seizing anything they possibly can just to keep the game going."


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.


Follow us on Twitter @steelonsteelpro as well as the Steel on Steel Facebook page and remember to join Praying for Persecuted Christians for the latest information concerning persecuted Christians around the world. Don’t forget to stop by our YouTube channel as well for our latest videos.

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True prophets of God get their message from God himself. False prophets draw their false messages from a variety of sources. In this message we learn how to discern those sources, and determine whether what you’re hearing is from God, or from somewhere else.

Run from Hell (Part 3)

Mike continues this miniseries titled "Run From Hell."  Like it or not, the Bible emphatically teaches that Hell is a place of literal and continual suffering. Did Jesus, Love Incarnate, teach that Hell was true? Is God in Hell? If so, how? Does ‘eternal’ mean conditional mortality? Sober truths that should lead to praise and evangelism. Unbelievers, repent before it is too late.


In ancient Israel, false prophets put lies about God into the minds of God’s people. The same is true in our day. They diminish His holiness, exaggerate their goodness, and hide their real motives. In this message we learn how to recognize them when you hear them.

​​Sam Rohrer is the president of the American Pastors Network and the Pennsylvania Pastors Network. This network has been identifying, equipping, educating and networking pastors and church members to stand in the gap for truth.

Sam began by describing the state of the church today as weak with silent pulpits. It's marked far more by apostasy and a leaving of the truth as opposed to a return to it. In other words, we are living in perilous days.

It's his sense that from a trajectory perspective, we are not peaking. There are remnant pastors and churches but the remnant is a minority. The great percentage of those in the pews and the pulpits today are not primarily concerned about obedience to the Word of God, preaching the truth and living it. It's more like 'going along to get along' and 'tickling ears'.

When Sam talks about a biblical worldview he uses 4 terms. First of all it's the understanding and belief that (1) there is God (not a god). (2) There was a creation. (3) There was a fall, precipitated by the devil, where sin entered the world. (4) There is redemption secured by Jesus Christ. Sam believes these are the four basic tenets of a biblical worldview.

The shocking news from George Barna looks like this: Only 4% of Millennials hold to the worldview that Sam described above. Sam believes God would describe our nation as having departed from the truth. When God looks down at that nation, like he did at Israel; when he'd given them everything and they walked away from God saying they didn't need God anymore, that's a nation in crisis. That's where we are.

We're also reminded of this in the history of our own nation. The founders said that our nation, based upon self-government, would not survive if people did not submit themselves to the 10 Commandments of God. So when we throw out God's law, prayer and our dependence upon God, our founders knew we could not continue. They knew that no one circumvents God's judgment and standard.

The proof comes by noticing how God dealt with Israel. When God blesses us and we live in security and we start to think we've done that by ourselves, at that point God will reject us like he rejected the inhabitants of the land he drove out before the Israelites.

Sam noted that when God turns a nation over, there's a steady decline into the depths of depravity and sin. This is often lead and marked by sexual immorality. This is where we are in America. We had knowledge of God, we've rejected it and God is saying that if we think we have a better way, we have to figure out how to make a go of it.

So why aren't shepherds speaking out and saying, 'Thus saith the Lord!'? Sam believes it's because of controversy and the concern that if they speak the truth, some will be offended. In that case they withhold the truth, the only thing that has the ability to change and heal lives.

In the midst of all this, Sam described how God still preserves his remnant. He sees God quickening that remnant. It's in the form of a common attitude between the older faithful and the younger faithful. They have a commitment to honoring God first, a great seriousness about fulfilling their duty as an ordained authority and they are wanting to assist each other. The older pastors aren't physically connecting with younger pastors because they don't operate in those circles but in their heads they have a concern. In their heart they see the need in that younger generation.

On the other side of the ledger are the younger pastors that Sam feels don't see themselves as needing the advice of older pastors. Yet a number of millennial pastors long and hunger for mentoring involvement by an older pastor who they can call to determine what to do in certain circumstances. This is biblical and God's model.

To solve this issue, the American Pastors Network has begun an initiative called, 'Bridging the Gap'. It's covers two primary areas: Generational and Racial. Get the details when you review this Crosstalk broadcast.