This is a Bible prophecy book unlike any other you’re likely to have read. It discards ideas that Evangelicals have endorsed for less than 200 years in favor of enduring truths that believers have held to since the Reformation and before. After you learn about the exact fulfillment of prophecies throughout history, “left behind” may describe what you do with the fashionable view.
Month – January 2014
Shane Harger swore an oath to protect the Consttiitution when he became a police officer, just like most federal and state officials do when they assume office. Last week Harger, who has since became Police Chief of Jemez Springs, New Mexico, flew to Las Vegas for the convention of the Constitutional Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association, where everyone reaffirmed their support of the Bill of Rights. The day after he returned, Harger was placed on administrative leave, and Sheriff Douglas Wood ordered him to disband his department. Wood said it was because of Harger’s political affiliations.
Edward Snowden sacrificed his life in the United States when he revealed details of NSA spying against American citizens and foreign leaders alike. He may never feel free to return to the US where certain imprisonment currently awaits him. Now, two Norwegian politicians want to honor his courage. Baard Vegar Solhjell and Snorre Valen have nominated Snowden for the Nobel Peace Prize.
Reverend Steve Gehlert lives in New Hampshire where winter temperatures get pretty cold. This past week the mercury dropped to minus ten degrees. Gehlert, who pastors the Congregational Church in Lyme, says he’s slept outside “… to help other people think about what homeless people are going through.”