A strange story has emerged out of this year’s Super Bowl game won by the Los Angeles Rams, who defeated the Cincinnati Bengals 23-20. After the game, the Rams’ outstanding wide-receiver, Cooper Kupp, was named the game’s most valuable player, after catching eight passes for 92 yards, and two touchdowns, including the game-winner. Cooper, who is an outspoken Christian, had also won the NFL’s most valuable player award earlier this year, as he broke the previous NFL receiving record with 145 catches, 1,947 yards, and 16 touchdowns. Cooper is, so far, the only player in NFL history to win both awards in the same year. But there is more to this story. Sports Spectrum reports that Kupp shared how God told him three years earlier, that not only would his team win the Super Bowl, but when it did, Kupp would also be named the game’s MVP. But just as mysterious was the way God revealed this prophetic word to the wide receiver. Kupp received this revelation through a ‘vision’ he had while his team …
COVID restrictions are falling like dominoes in Canada since the truck protests started calling for an end to the COVID mandates. The Ontario government is the latest to announce a loosening of the COVID restrictions, including ending the need for vaccine passports effective March 1, 2022.
With Prime Minister Justin Trudeau invoking Canada’s Emergency Act, the New York Times is reporting that heavy tow-truck drivers, who previously refused to tow-away semis away during the Freedom Convoy 2022 protests, may now face jail time if they refuse again.
Seattle’s transit system has been officially declared ‘unusable’ by city officials.
Despite being found not guilty by an Iranian court in November 2021, eight Christians have been forced to attend re-education classes.
There has been a strong reaction against Prime Minister Trudeau’s recent decision to invoke emergency powers in Canada that allows governments to arbitrarily arrest and seize the bank accounts of anyone it considers to be a protestor.
A Roman Catholic priest in Phoenix has resigned from his parish after the church ruled thousands of infant baptisms he performed prior to June 17, 2021, were invalid.
s anyone watching the Beijing Olympics? I know I am not. But that’s not to say there aren’t some interesting things happening, but it’s all politics, of course.
When Jesus was at the home of Simon the Leper, a woman came in and poured very expensive perfume over the Lord’s head (Matthew 26:6-13). It was a prophetic act as it prepared Jesus’ body for His looming sacrifice. But the woman’s actions annoyed the disciples, who muttered among themselves that it was such a waste because she could have sold the very valuable perfume and given the money to the poor. But it was the woman’s wealth, and she could do with it what she wanted. And in response to their criticism, Jesus made an odd statement that ‘the poor will be with you always.’ It certainly counters any modern notions that money is the answer to people’s problems, or the idea, often portrayed in Star Trek movies, that some future society will have ended poverty. So, what did Jesus mean by that statement? Though the poor need help, and we should assist them, the lack of money is often not their real issue. Many times it’s a person’s lifestyle, that is the root …
According to a recent poll conducted by Maru Public Opinion on behalf of the National Post, two-thirds of Canadians (64%) want the COVID restrictions to end.