As the Apostle Paul was struggling with issues in his ministry, in his second letter to the Corinthians, he wrote how God told the Apostle, that the Lord’s grace was sufficient, and that God’s power was made perfect in Paul’s weakness. A couple sentences later, Paul added, “for when I am weak, I am strong” (2 Corinthians 12:11). And a story by the Baptist Press on the revival currently taking place in Long Hollow Baptist Church in Hendersonville, TN is testimony to this verse. The church pastored by Robby Gallatay has been experiencing a revival since the end of December and the church has recorded over 1,000 baptisms by April 11, 2021. The church estimates that upwards of 75% are new declarations of faith and 80% are adults. This included 201 baptisms during the Easter service, that exceeded the total number of baptisms the church recorded in 2018. It all started shortly after two of Gallatay’s ministerial friends, who had spoken at Long Hollow, committed suicide. In an interview with the Baptist Press, Gallatay said: …
With governments and medical activists demanding vaccine passports that will provide proof that people have received a COVID vaccine, some wonder if they will also demand that people receive a computer chip, implanted under their skin, designed to detect COVID.
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau just appointed Yuen Pau Woo to the Canadian senate. In a recent Tweet, Woo told Canadians that we must accept the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP) jurisprudence that allows state police to kidnap Canadians on trumped of charges of spying in response to Canada’s arrest of a Huawei executive (daughter of the founder) at the request of the US government.
According to a secret report by Canada’s federal environment department, the Arctic Ice cap grew by 27% last year. It’s only a secret, because the mainstream media refuses to report the news, because it embarrasses one of their Liberal government overlords.
When it comes to dealing with senior government bureaucrats, the best piece of advice I can give is this: Don’t believe anything until it has officially been denied.
In his vision of the end times, the Apostle John reported two interesting incidents taking place that would have a profound impact on the end times. In the first few verses of Revelation 9, the Apostle John saw a star falling from heaven with a key that unlocked the abyss releasing a horde of demonic locusts on the earth. These creatures described as having human faces were allowed to torment the world for five months. In verse 11, we are told that the king of this army of locusts was Abbadon or Apollyon that literally means ‘the destroyer’. Many suspect that John’s reference to Apollyon referred to the ancient Greek god Apollo, that had the locust as its symbol. Ironically, many of the ancient Roman emperors such as Caligula and Nero looked upon themselves as human manifestations of Apollo. It suggests that this particular demonic spirit focuses on influencing political leaders and both Caligula and Nero initiated horrific persecutions against Christians. Then in verses 13-16 at the sounding of the sixth trumpet, John saw four …
It’s the internet, and we should all realize that nothing is as it seems. A young woman in her twenties from Japan had gained over 25,000 supporters posting videos and comments on Twitter. Then someone saw an image of an older man reflected in a mirror in the background of one of the young woman’s videos.
The Daily Wire reported on comments that former Democratic Senator Heidi Heitkamp made about Actress Gina Carano who was recently cancelled from her role in the Disney hit, Mandalorian, in February because Lucasfilm did not like her conservative opinions.
A new referendum seeking to be put on the ballot in Colorado by animal rights extremists would prevent farmers from slaughtering animals until they have at least lived a quarter of their lifespan.
On Palm Sunday, two Islamic Jihadists suicide bombers blew themselves up in front of a packed out church in Indonesia. Twenty people were injured in the blast in front of Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral in Makassar.