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Friday, April 18th
~~Title: Thyatira and the Land of the 7 ChurchesDescription: How did the thriving first century church of Thyatira lose its influence in the land of Turkey? Click here to watch now on demand before...
Friday, April 18th
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Friday, April 11th
~~Yesterday  I argued that mercy ministry that is done through the local church is not only biblical, but it is more effective than other alternatives.   For starters, every biblical instance of...
Monday, April 7th
~~~~This is an excerpt of Brannon’s latest book, Twisted Scripture, Twisted Theology: Untwisting the Most Commonly Distorted Scriptures That Lead to Bad Theology and an Unbiblical Worldview. This...
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Friday, April 18th

~~Title: Thyatira and the Land of the 7 ChurchesDescription: How did the thriving first century church of Thyatira lose its influence in the land of Turkey? Click here to watch now on demand before it rolls into the Situation Room: www.wvwtv.com

Thursday, April 17th
Author(s): Dr. Thomas Ice

~~Let no one in any way deceive you, for it will not come unless the apostasy comes first, and the man of lawlessness is revealed, the son of destruction,  —2 Thessalonians 2:3  I believe that there is a strong possibility that 2 Thessalonians 2:3 is speaking of the rapture.  What do I mean?  Some pretribulationists, like myself, think that the Greek noun apostasia, usually translated “apostasy,” is a reference to the rapture and should be translated “departure.”  Thus, this passage would be saying that the day of the Lord will not come until the rapture comes before it.  If apostasia is a...

Thursday, April 17th
Author(s): Dr. Thomas Ice

   An important question that many Christians often ask is “Are we living in the last days or end times?”  When people ask me this question, I usually respond with a clear “Yes and No!”  Such an answer requires an explanation.  My explanation is that the Bible uses such terminology in multiple ways, so that some references do refer to our own day, while others do not. LAST DAYS VOCABULARY  Sometimes Christians read in the Bible about the “last days,” “end times,” etc., and tend to think that all of these phrases all of the time refer to the same thing.  This is not the case, just as in our...

Tuesday, April 15th
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

~~I’ve written many articles in the past concerning my opposition to a Constitutional Convention (Con Con). I’ve also helped in successful fights in Ohio and Kansas to stop Con Con Resolutions. But recently there is a new twist in the effort to amend the Constitution to preserve freedom. It’s called an Article V Convention of the States. Proponents say it answers my concerns over the dangers of a Con Con, and so many activists have asked me where I stand on this new effort. So here are a few thoughts. I certainly feel the pain of patriotic Americans over the state of our Constitution. The...

Monday, April 14th

~~Worldview Weekend Hour TV: 16 Reasons Why The Word of Faith and Church of Rome Can Merge as Envisioned By Pope Francis and Kenneth Copeland (Part Two)Click here to watch now on demand until Thursday nightwww.wvwtv.com  you can also watch on our free app at www.worldviewweekend.com/app  

Monday, April 14th
Author(s): Cliff Kincaid

~~The global crisis over Ukraine is bringing much-needed attention to what North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Secretary General Anders Fogh Rasmussen calls [1] “Russian propaganda and disinformation,” a campaign of deliberate lies and distortions emanating from Moscow which attempts to control the narrative over what is happening on the ground. At the same time, the lack of an effective U.S. response has reminded experts in the field of “information warfare” that U.S. government efforts to counter “active measures” were mostly dismantled at the end of the Cold War. Thomas Boghardt,...

Monday, April 14th
Author(s): Michael Synder

~~Attorney General Eric Holder says that gun owners in the United States could eventually be forced to wear RFID tracking bracelets.  In fact, in recent testimony in front of Congress he gave the impression that this was something that the Obama administration has been thinking about for quite a long time.  Holder seems to think that this would advance the cause of “gun safety” and that gun owners wouldn’t mind having an RFID microchip tracking their every movement.  Apparently he does not know gun owners very well, because most of the gun owners that I know would be extremely resistant to...

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