The False Paganism Occult-Ideology of islam is NOT a religion PERIOD!!
The False Pagan moon god allah-satan-baal is NOT a god, it is just one of over 360 false pagan gods that came out of Arab nations!!
Again the FALSE PAGAN moon god allah-satan-baal is NOT the god of ABRAHAM, ISAAC , and JACOB!!
Please PRAY for our Judeo-Christian USA / Israel-Yisrael and Our Christian Earth!!
Love ❤ Always and Shalom ( Peace ), YSIC \o/
The FALSE PAGANISM OCCULT-IDEOLOGY of islam is NOT a religion PERIOD!!
The FALSE PAGAN moon god allah-satan baal is NOT a god PERIOD, it is just one of over 360 FALSE PAGANISM OCCULT-IDEOLOGY gods that came out of the middle east Arab nations!!
Only Devout Judaism and Messianic Judaism and Christianity is Right as we have the same ONE TRUE GOD THE FATHER who art in Heaven Above!!
United We Stand with Israel-Yisrael and our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America, Divided We FALL!! I am Pro-Israel-Yisrael / Pro-Christian and Jewish People / Pro-USA / Pro-Life!!
Please Pray for our Judeo-Christian Nation United States of America and Israel-Yisrael and our Christian Earth Everyday!! “Pray Without Ceasing.” ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )!!
Love Always and Shalom ( Peace ) Everyone, YSIC \o/
June 11, 2017 by David Whitney
The serious and deadly nature of Mohammedan religion confronts the west on a daily basis. This so called “religion of peace” has shown its violent face so frequently in the past two decades that only the most benighted of observers still believes that “religion of peace” label. The suicide bombing in Manchester England was particularly brutal. It took the life of eight-year-old Saffie Rose Roussos and 21 others, leaving 59 people injured – 12 of whom were under the age of 16.
England’s “Prime Minister May said Abedi the suicide bomber deliberately chose ‘his time and place to cause maximum carnage’ in the young crowd. All acts of terrorism are cowardly,” Ms May said outside her Downing Street office, after a meeting with British security and intelligence chiefs, “But this attack stands out for its appalling sickening cowardice, deliberately targeting innocent, defenseless children and…
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May 27, 2017 by DR. MARK CREECH
War is a terrible thing. It’s the feast of death.
Many years ago, the Duke of Wellington said, “Take my word for it, if you had seen but one day of war, you would pray to Almighty God that you might never see such a thing again.”
War is horrific, yet sometimes necessary to defend something more precious than life itself.
Each Memorial Day we endeavor to remember that the great heritage of our nation has a price far greater than most can conceive. Since World War I, this day in the month of May calls upon us to honor our heroes – to laud the fallen dead of our wars.
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The Mattis Moment
On Face The Nation on Sunday, May 28, 2017, John Dickerson asked Secretary of Defense James Mattis a generic question and got a very non-generic answer (thanks to Powerline):
Dickerson: ‘What keeps you awake at night?’
Secretary Mattis: ‘Nothing. I keep other people awake at night.
Isn’t it about time, gentle readers, America had a leader like General Mattis leading the DOD? The best part is, he’s right, and our allies and enemies know it.
For your viewing and reading pleasure, a few additional pearls of wisdom, and promises to our enemies, from a great American:
God Bless Secretary Mattis, the United States Marine Corps, President Trump, and God Bless America.
FLASHBACK: LIBS WILL DEPORT A LITTLE BOY AT GUNPOINT, BUT WON’T STOP ISLAMIC INVADERS
Democrats apparently only ever support enforcing immigration…
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(Washington, D.C.) — Let’s be honest. The cynics and haters won’t be able to say one good thing about it. But the only fair analysis is that the President’s two-day visit to Israel was the most successful visit by an American leader to the Jewish State in decades.
It was meticulously planned, remarkably well executed, safe from start to finish, and it accomplished just what it had to. What’s more, the visit didn’t get derailed by unforced errors or unnecessary controversies.
Above all, President Trump’s visit projected the image of a reengaged American superpower in the region, profoundly reset and immensely strengthened the relationship between the U.S. and Israel, so badly strained after the eight years of the Obama administration. This is a very good and highly welcomed development.
The President had four clear objectives for the visit. He came:
- To show his love for the State of Israel and reaffirm the U.S.-Israeli alliance
- To stand in solidarity with the Israeli…
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Please PRAY for All our Sisters and Brothers in Christ Jesus-Yeshua Everyday!! “PRAY WITHOUT CEASING.” ( 1 Thessalonians 5:17 KJV )
Love ❤ Always and Shalom ( Peace ), YSIC \o/
(Washington, D.C.) — Terribly sad news out of Egypt this morning: terrorists “attacked a bus carrying Coptic Christians in central Egypt, killing at least 26 people and wounding 25 others,” reports the BBC.
I’ll post updates on Twitter as more news becomes available. In the meantime, please pray for the victims and their families. Please pray for our Coptic Christian brothers and sisters in Egypt to be strong and brave and bold witnesses for our Lord Jesus Christ despite such these evil attacks by the Islamic State and other jihadi groups. Please pray, too, for President el-Sisi and the leaders of Egypt, including the police and security forces, that the Lord will grant favor to their efforts to establish lasting security and calm throughout the entire country for Christians and for all Egyptians.
As it happens, yesterday morning I met with Egyptian Ambassador Yasser Reda at the Embassy here in Washington. We discussed…
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Cairo, Egypt) — Marhaba — hello in Arabic — from the capital of Egypt.
It has been such a joy to be here and meet with Egyptian Christian leaders over the past several days. By God’s grace, I have had the opportunity to step behind the headlines and hear what the Lord is doing in Egypt, discuss the recent terrorist attacks and other challenges facing Christians here, and pray with and for our brothers and sisters.
Among the leaders I met with were Rev. Andrea Zaki Stephanous, the President of the Protestant Churches of Egypt; and Rev. Dr. Atef Gendy, President of the Evangelical Theological Seminary in Cairo. These and the other leaders I met with were so helpful and encouraging and I am deeply grateful for my time with them.
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