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Thursday, May 21st
Brannon Howse Interviews His Long Time Friend Michael Reagan on The Coronavirus Tyranny  Click here to listen now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/radio/audio/brannon-howse-may-20-2020 WVW Broadcast...
Thursday, May 21st
                                          WVW-TV Presents: Former Jesuit Warns of the Marxist Agenda of the Jesuits to De-Christianize The West Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com...
Thursday, May 21st
WVW-TV Presents: The Power Elite & Their Useful Idiots in the Media  Click here to watch now:http://www.worldviewweekend.com/tv/video/power-elite-their-useful-idiots... WVW Broadcast Network is a...
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Wednesday, July 26th
Author(s): Ray Comfort

A Peanut Between Two Elephants- By Ray Comfort Many years ago I asked God to cause things to happen to me that I could use as sermon illustrations. There have been times that I regretted that prayer--from the time I caught on fire while making a cup of tea (I wasn't injured), to where I have hung for a second by my wedding ring from the top rung of a ladder. These weren't too much fun at the time, but they made great sermon illustrations. Since praying that prayer, my life has become an interesting adventure. Take for instance a recent trip I took to Denver, accompanied by my manager (Mark...

Wednesday, July 26th

Israel's War and Unbalanced SpeculationBy Jan Markellwww.olivetreeviews.org   Prophecy lovers are searching the Bible for connections to the current Mid East conflict as it relates to the Bible. While significant events are predicted in the Bible that relate to such wars, be careful with unbalanced speculation. Such speculation that then doesn't come to pass has caused many to toss the entire subject onto the ash heap of history.  But here are some thoughts to ponder: *  Prime Minister Ehud Olmert is quoted in The Jerusalem Post as saying that he, "hopes for an 'eternal covenant' signed...

Wednesday, July 26th
Author(s): Mark Creech

North Carolina Judge Lowers Great Moral StandardBy Rev. Mark H. CreechA sheriff's dispatcher in Pender County, North Carolina, Deborah Hobbs was living with her boyfriend when Sheriff Carson Smith ordered her to marry, move out, or give up her employment. Hobbs decided to quit.Incensed, she said in a statement: "I just didn't think it was any of my employer's business whether I was married or not, as long as I was good at my job .... I couldn't believe that I was being given this ultimatum to choose between my boyfriend or my livelihood because the sheriff was enforcing a 201-year-old law...

Tuesday, July 25th
Author(s): J. Michael Sharman

 The Formula for a Settled and Quiet GovernmentJ. Michael Sharman  It would be a stretch to say that the reason each of the 104 colonists sailed with John Smith to Virginia in 1607 was to help create a colony founded on the Bible and whose purpose would be to glorify God. But it's no stretch at all to say that it was the dream and the motivation of the men who sent them, the officers and owners of the Virginia Company.  In December 1606, before the ships set out for the New World, the Virginia Company gave their set of written instructions to the colonists, saying: "[C]hiefly the way to...

Tuesday, July 25th
Author(s): Michael K. Whitehead

PASTORS,  AVOID "TAX EXEMPTION TERROR" DURING POLITCAL CAMPAIGNS  By Michael K. Whitehead, Attorney.** In Part I, we examined principles of law that pastors could simply apply in order to avoid "tax exemption" terror during a political campaign year.   We used the analogy of driving down "Tax Exemption Trafficway" where there are no clear posted speed limits.   Driving in this "culture" has some inherent risks, but there are principles to help pastors "drive" with safety.     After reviewing these principles, consider the following examples and our estimates of the relative risks of violation...

Monday, July 24th

 By Ken Silva  In the satiric tradition of the Sacred Sandwich we take you back in time to the first century for our reimagined version of the Philippian jailer who awakens after a violent earthquake. As he shakes the sleep from his eyes he sees that the prisoner's chains have come off and the cell doors have sprung open. Knowing that he would be executed for allowing his prisoners to escape the jailer draws his sword to kill himself when suddenly he hears the voice of Tony Jones: "Hey dude, relax," he says, "No need to get all excited. Don't worry; be happy. Everybody's still chilling out...

Monday, July 24th

Israel: The Eye of the Storm     Talking with World Net Daily editor Joseph Farah on air over the weekend, the both of us were intrigued that a nation the size of New Jersey and it's neighbor, Lebanon, the size of Rhode Island, could be causing the world's media to focus on the area 24/7. Since the media have no particular Biblical knowledge, why the attention? Something is drawing them to the "center of the earth" as the Bible calls the Middle East. Even when there is no blatant conflict, there are more journalists stationed in Israel than in any other nation.There are other wars raging...

Saturday, July 22nd
Author(s): Tom DeWeese

 Is Arlen Specter finally a patriot?     By Tom DeWeese     It was the front page, banner headline of The Washington Times: “Specter puts border first, Open to deal on illegals.” It appeared Senator Arlen Specter had finally come around to seeing it our way.      The article’s first sentence read, “Sen. Arlen Specter said he rates border security as the No.1 priority for an immigration bill and said he is open to a compromise that sets goals for border and interior enforcement before a guest-worker program and path to citizenship for illegal aliens kicks in.”      Such a statement was a far...

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