Do you know that Jesus really and truly loves you? It was His love for you that made Him to take the painful way of the cross. So that by dying and shedding His own holy and precious blood on the cross, you would be reconciled to God your Father and obtain forgiveness for your sins and be saved. (Colossians 1:19-23; 2:13-15)
What a love! What a true love!
YOUR NEW LIFE NOW!
Please, give your life to Jesus today and experience a newness of life. You will be a different person. According to 2 Corinthians 5:17 “Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, he is a new creation; the old has gone, the new has come!”
Your old life with its condemnation and punishment has truly passed away. While your sanctified new life, set apart for godly purposes has begun with its enviable testimonies as soon as you receive Jesus as your personal Lord and Saviour.
Bassam Adranly was born a Palestinian and grew up in the Greek Orthodox Christian tradition.
In a recent interview with Revive Live, he says he often criticized Jews. While in his 20s and attending a university in Tel Aviv, he turned to atheism.
In 1995, he says he had a personal encounter with Jesus Christ that turned his life around.
“Every night I was dreaming of Him, all night through,” Adranly says. “Going with Him and His disciples everywhere. … and all day through, I couldn’t get His words out of my mind.”
Adranly said at the time he had a hatred of Jews like many other Palestinians.
“I was wrestling with this and I knew it was wrong. So I gave myself to the Lord to change it,” he told the television program.
Adranly said God touched his heart and his prejudice was gone.
Today, he is an Arab-Christian living in Israel and pastors a congregation in the city center of Jerusalem.
“The Lord showed me very clearly that nationality is not something I receive. It’s not something that I just take from my old life,” Adranly explained. “The Word of God in 2 Corinthians 5:17 says ‘Who is in Christ is a new creation. Old things have passed away,” and it includes our nationality. So we have to come to the Lord and ask to receive from him what he wants to teach (me) about my nationality, about my people.”
Archaeologists Claim to Discover Evidence for Biblical Account of Exodus Near Jordan River
Will Maule, Faithwire
A team of archaeologists has discovered evidence which they believe backs up the biblical account of Moses leading the Israelites out of Egyptian slavery and into the promised land of Canaan.
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Despite a long-running debate over the historical accuracy of the story, found in the book of Exodus, archaeologists Ralph K. Hawkins and David Ben-Shlomo have said that there is clear evidence of ruins belonging to a nomadic people group who were traveling from Egypt.
“We have not proved that these camps are from the period of the early Israelites, but it is possible,” Ben-Shlomo told The Express. “If they are, this might fit the biblical story of the Israelites coming from east of the Jordan River, then crossing the Jordan and entering into the hill country of Israel later.”
The archaeologists further noted that they were planning to excavate nearby Uja el-Foqa to figure out whether it may have also be linked to an Israelite settlement in the region.
The story of Moses and the exodus of the Israelites is one of the most well-known in the Bible, particularly as it features the parting of the Red Sea.
Exodus 14: 21-22 reads:
“Moses stretched out his hand over the sea, and the Lord drove the sea back by a strong east wind all night and made the sea dry land, and the waters were divided. 22 And the people of Israel went into the midst of the sea on dry ground, the waters being a wall to them on their right hand and on their left.”
Several other stunning discoveries have been made in the region over recent years. In 2013, at Khirbet el-Mastarah in the Jordan Valley, Hawkins and Ben-Shlomo unearthed stone ruins and pottery fragments thought to be from the Late Bronze Age (1400–1200 B.C.) or the Iron Age (1200–1000).
By the end of our 2017 season, we were struck by the fascinating picture that had begun to emerge in the Jordan Valley, a region that up until recently has been virtually unknown archaeologically,” the pair told the Biblical Archaeology Society. “Within a range of just a couple of miles, we may be able to see the evolution of early Israel from a domestic-scale culture [at Khirbet el-Mastarah] to a political-scale culture [at Khirbet ‘Auja el-Foqa].”
This sharing of Ben Carson on his family and childhood experience will truly change your thinking and transform your life. Recommended for fathers, mothers, teens, youths and singles.
“Sometimes you have to think big to think smart”
“When I was a child, I did not think my brain was capable of doing much of anything. My classmates considered me the class dummy, and I saw no reason to debate their conclusion. My mother, however always believed in me. She knew I had a brain, and she was convinced that brain could be my ticket to a bigger, better world beyond our tiny home and life on the big city streets of Detroit. And she was right.”
–Ben Carson, MD
It’s a strange and humbling experience for me to realize that millions of people around the world know my story. For some reason, people of all ages, races, nationalities, and backgrounds seem to identify with what I have experienced. They find encouragement and inspiration in the life of young African-American boy born into poverty, and abandoned by his father, raised by a single mother, known as the dummy of his fifth-grade class, who eventually became a brain surgeon and head of pediatric neurosurgery at one of the most respected medical training institutions in the world.
Wherever and whenever I’ve shared my story, I always make a point – as I’ve tried to do already in this book-of crediting my mother as the single most important human influence on my life. But I want to write a little more than usual here about the Sonya Carson story. She was my greatest inspiration and provided the foundation for everything I’ve accomplished during my life. She shaped the heart of who I am and taught me eternal truths by demonstrating exceptional character.
Let me share a few examples of what I mean. Many people praise me for being a role model and an example of someone who overcame terrible hardship in life. Let me tell you, Sonya Carson defined the word overcomer for me, because she faced and rose above more hardships than anyone I’ve ever known.
If anyone has ever an excuse to be a failure, to just give up life, or never to think or use her brain- my mother qualified.
Born next-to- youngest of twenty- four children in a family struggling to survive on a small hardscrabble farm in rural Tennessee, Sonya knew only thirteen of her siblings. She grew up remembering little about her mother or father, because she spent her childhood lonely and unhappy, being shuffled from one foster home to another.
At thirteen, she met and married my father, a handsome and charming older man who promised to rescue her from her desperately sad situation and take her north to the bright lights and big city of Detroit. My father loved to shower his young wife with expensive gifts of clothing and jewelry. He often introduced her as his “little china doll.” and that’s how he treated her in the early years of their marriage. My mother was the only person he knew who owned mink coat. For awhile, my father hired someone to come in weekly and clean the house, so his “little china doll” would not be tired out.
My father worked full-time on an assembly line at a nearby Cadillac Plant. And he regularly preached at a small storefront church on Sunday mornings. But he didn’t always practiced what he preached. Years later, Mother told me how my father partied every weekend and how he liked to spend money. One of the things that bothered my mother most was how he always seemed to have all the money he wanted to spend. Yet she couldn’t figure out where it came from or where it all went.
Having seldom attended church as a child, my mother did not understand took place with my father’s congregation. Sometimes she felt guilty for not “feeling the Spirit” like others did. She wondered what was wrong with her and why others seemed to be so much more religious than she was.
Growing up as she had, Mother never felt she fit in with any family or any place ever lived. Now in Detroit, she remained an outsider who seldom felt comfortable in her husband’s world. She dreamed of starting a family and finding a role of her own-in which she would truly belong. But whenever my mother talked to my father about having children, he brushed her off by saying, “You don’t want to mess your beautiful figure by getting pregnant. We can have lots of fun, just the two of us. You have me, and I have you. We don’t need children.”
Finally, after several years of marriage, Mother gave birth to Curtis, and a couple of years later, I came along. For the next few years, my mother appeared content with her life. My father seemed to love his two boys and enjoy spending time with our family.
As a young child, I remember understanding that my father’s job kept him away a good part of the time. Yet whenever he came home, he was affectionate and played with me and with and Curtis. I loved my daddy and thought we had a happy family.
But Mother continued to wonder and worry about where my father was getting his extra money. He spent far more than he could possibly have made working on the Cadillac assembly line and from preaching. She knew something wasn’t right. She began to suspect he was involved in something shady – probably gambling, perhaps the illegal sale of alcohol, or even drugs.
Eventually, all those suspicions were confirmed. But the real shocker came when she discovered her husband was a bigamist , with a second wife and children-another family. When she sat us down to tell us our father would no longer play a part of our lives. When my father walked away from our family, he left us destitute. Yet I don’t ever remember Mother bad-mouthing him or complaining about her unfortunate lot in life.
How will a new life begin with this abandoned, young, and a Single-Mother and her family?
In part two of “Ben Carson Speaks,” we will find out what happened next.
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MUSLIM TERRORISTS CAPTURE CHRISTIAN MAN, TIE HIM UP AND SLAUGHTER HIM IN FRONT OF HIS WIFE AND CHILDREN
Muslim Terrorists went on a rampage of terror and persecution, raiding and burning Christian villages and terrorizing Christian people. Among all the terrible things that took place during this massacre was Muslim took a Christian man, tied him up and then slaughtered him in front of his wife and children.
“International Christian (ICC) has learnt Boko Haram insurgents killed at least two people yesterday when they attacked the Christian villages of Kuburumbula and Boftari in the Chibok area of Nigeria’s turbulent northeast. In addition to yesterday’s murders, Boko Haram militants also burned homes, vandalized shops, and destroyed various food products in the market square.
Gunmen first invaded Kuburumbula, a Christian major village, causing the villagers to scatter. in the confusion, the insurgents killed Nkekina Lalai, a Christian man, before the Nigerian military arrived to defeat the gunmen.
Later, insurgents attacked Boftari, another Christian majority village. During the attack, the insurgents caught Mallum Tela Madu, as he was attempting to escape. According to locals, the gunmen dragged Madu back into the village, tied him up with a rope, and “slaughtered him in front of his wife and children. source; SHOEBAT
Will you observe some minutes today, praying for persecuted, imprisoned and suffering Christians worldwide? That might be the only means through which you can reach and support them. Heaven is recording your good works. keep praying for the church of Jesus Christ as we awaits His return. Also read WOUNDED FOR FOR CHRIST http://thinethegloryorg.com/2016/08/24/wounded-for-christ/
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