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News Item8/29/2020 12:18 PM
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I even see it on sermonaudio, many churches no longer available to listen to. It's understandable, nothing lasts forever. I remember in 2013 News in Focus radio with Trevor Hammack was removed, it felt like I really did lose a local church!

News Item8/18/2020 8:17 AM
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But why the united states? Surely there are worse countries with more persecution and ungodliness than them? North Korea, Russia, Africa?

It's interesting, it's like God did make a special covenant with the United States and Israel.


News Item7/27/2020 9:55 AM
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Encouraging! He really believes in his church.
They will open Casino's and Pro Wrestling first before they open churches.

But he will be made an example of. Let's see if the church is really important to people, as someone stated below, you can post John MacArthur links all you want, but if you don't support him now, your actions speak louder than words.

If your church is not important today, it won't be essential tomorrow.


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“ Prophetic sermon ”
What Paul Washer was warning us, has come to North America

News Item5/17/2020 9:39 AM
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Would anyone here want trade places with them? If not, what are you doing with the blessings that God gave you? If they have been called to sacrifice, should your sacrifices be even greater?

And people here are upset that I call western christianity a mess, when the standards are already set by these brethren.

I wish more could be done for them, I guess many Korean Pentacostal churches already do their best to reach them, and pray for them, praise God for that!

If these so called "weak" denominations do so much, what are we to say about the Baptists, the Presbyterians who have so much resources, bible education and blessings?


News Item5/8/2020 11:22 AM
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That is why sermon audio is such a blessing, and we should pray for it often!

Other online services like youtube clearly are traitors, and won't hesitate to sensor when the time comes.


News Item5/8/2020 11:02 AM
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I was amazed to find out that Nahum was a type of a sequel to Jonah, Christians often ignore the minor prophets, but there are always some little details that it's a shame we miss them 😊👍

News Item5/8/2020 8:24 AM
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I don't know.. whole book of nahum God is really upset at Ninevah:

"Woe to the bloody city! It is all full of lies and robbery. Its victim never departs."
Nahum 3:1 NKJV


News Item4/26/2020 9:28 AM
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I prefer the NKJV.

What most people don't know, all those bibles in thousands of languages? They are paraphrases, similiar to the new living translation or the message.

Without a biblical education/tradition it's hard to understand many of the Bible concepts, therefore a paraphrase is required.
Here are some examples in my life:

A japanese person will not understand "love my neighbor"

A chinese person does not want to turn into a real bright shinning star that someday will blow out, like mentioned in Daniel:

"And those who turn many to righteousness Like the stars forever and ever."
Daniel 12:3 NKJV


News Item4/11/2020 4:31 PM
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A minister referred to Christ’s triumphal entry into Jerusalem and asked: “What if the donkey on which Jesus was riding had thought all the cheering was for him? What if that small animal had believed that the hosannas and the branches were in his honor?”

On this easter day I won't answer any your questions, but I do want all of us to be like that donkey, On Palm Sunday, the donkey was merely a Christ-bearer, bringing the Son of God into the city where He would give His life for the sins of the world.

Let us develop a healthy “donkey mentality,” what an asset (hehe!) that would be as we travel the road of life. Instead of wondering what people think of us, our concern would be, “Can they see Christ Jesus, the King?”


News Item4/11/2020 10:46 AM
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there must be a misunderstanding... I posted this story because it's sad what is happening, I did not mean any contempt to anyone.

Infact, I would not be on this site full of thousands of great christian servants/preachers both ancient and modern alike.

Are you upset because I support easter, sometimes considered a pagan holiday? I have my reasons for following the scriptures, easter is just a modern name, what I really celebrate is passover and the feasts of Israel, not looking at moses who is just a shadow, but Christ in those feasts.

Or is it because I do not support the chinese underground church? I have my reasons for that, one being that the underground church is not a denomination and is filled with all sorts of sick doctrines.

Lastly it has to be the new "keyboard generation" of Christians who think they can fight the spiritual war through social media, on anti-christian platforms, instead of doing through their local church. It might seem like a bigger reach, but the impact is not. Virtual friends are not friends.

Those are the only 3 reasons I could think of where I had clearly shown contempt.


News Item4/11/2020 8:39 AM
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A 6 year old child was found in the original epicenter months ago, with his grandpa dead inside for almost a week.
When the police asked why he did not run outside to ask for help, he said "Grandpa told me to stay inside"

News Item4/10/2020 11:07 AM
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Having been back home, I have used facebook, normally banned. And I've seen denial that judgement could never come to America, and peoples facebook posts reflected that, more games, more idolatry, I had always told my friends, how would a north korean believer feel when they see what you post? I've seen then regret, but no repentance, people,turning to music to calm themselves down, but not to prayer. I have seen funerals where unbelievers are sent to heaven by their friends. These are just my observations on north american culture. I can only wait upon the Lord, and let Him do what is,right

News Item4/10/2020 10:58 AM
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I'm celebrating easter with her, on different continents, but together in Christ 😊

I was encouraged by what I learned during passover that the Lamb was supposed to be eaten on the very day, so that it would not rot and spoil and "see corrupton". Christ as the passover lamb is the most important thing in my life recently.

As far as your question on missions, I do agree with you, I would go even further that we should quarantine some immature people from the mission field for they cause more harm than good. As to what is to be done, spiritual revival begins first in the church, in jerusalem, then spreads to judea, samaria, and then to the world. I pray for unity in all churches, that each person would participate in making their local church grow.


News Item4/10/2020 8:39 AM
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Many christians are realizing that their faith is built on sand. When people were suffering in other parts of the world, they were dancing in church, having giant spiritual slumber parties, playing video games, doing useless short term missions never to return or having a burden.

I pray this easter month more people would follow after Christ to calvary, and become mature christians.


News Item4/8/2020 7:46 AM
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So there is a national holiday dedicated to the death, burial, and ressurection of Jesus Christ, and you want it to stop? Next time someone says why the western culture is in apostasy, I will point fingers at YOU.

We are allowed to worship the word of God, because Jesus is the living word of God.

We are allowed to stalk our lord during the passion week.

We are allowed to celebrate passover just as Jesus did, breaking unleavened bread and understanding the meaning behind it.


News Item3/29/2020 12:39 AM
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I truly believe slander is the sin of the modern American church. God has many rods to judge with, not just war, and we are seeing it today.

Kirk Cameron is a wonderful servant of God, whose movie "Fireproof" did so much good for the world. To call him a liberal and works based is simply a lie from hell. To call him greedy and opportunistic is also a lie. You both have committed great sins, "Who is this that darkens counsel by words without knowledge? (Job 38:2 ESV)

Here is my advice to anyone who wants to be humbled by God, a prayer that He always answers, and so few actually pray it:

"Search me, O God, and know my heart! Try me and know my thoughts! And see if there be any grievous way in me, and lead me in the way everlasting!"
Psalms 139:23‭-‬24


News Item3/27/2020 11:48 PM
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I honestly don't understand how printing more money works... it defies all logic. Resources are finite, a lot of demand, will increase their price, making things unaffordable.

News Item3/26/2020 9:20 AM
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I know a few Italians who regret that hug a chinese thing, let's not beat them over the head with it, instead we need to show love, care, forgiveness, and hope. Every Italian person has lost someone dear during all of this, it's a time of mourning for many, how would you feel if I came to your funeral and paraded all of your sins?

Every society on earth has sinned and condemned the world. This world is ruled by devils, and their demonic powers. It's a kingdom of darkness, with very little light. Be a city that shines on a hill. Go love someone


News Item3/26/2020 9:08 AM
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exactly what's done is done. With Nearly 3 months to prepare for this, you can't blame Bill Gates anymore.

With that said, Osteen is known as a motivational speaker, it's a reputation he rightfully earned, his place is known to give comfortable words to relieve worldly anxiety.

agree or disagree with him, he worked hard to earn this reputation.

What are you known for? Is your pastor/elders approachable? What is the reputation of your church? Joel Osteens congregation tithes a lot of money to him, what percentage of your church tithes? Don't get jealous, get repentant.

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