In a recent communiqué, the extremist pro-abortion group, Jane’s Revenge, is threatening more violence against pro-life groups, The Blaze reports. The Blaze provides more details about the threat: Days after a man was arrested outside U.S. Supreme Court Justice Brett Kavanaugh’s home for allegedly planning to kill the justice, the pro-abortion anarchist group Jane’s Revenge published a new “communiqué” threatening pro-life organizations with a campaign of violence if they do not cease their operations. “Your thirty days expired yesterday. We offered an honourable way out. You could have walked away. Now the leash is off. And we will make it as hard as possible for your campaign of oppression to continue,” Jane’s Revenge states. “We have demonstrated in the past month how easy and fun it is to attack. We are versatile, we are mercurial, and we answer to no one but ourselves. We promised to take increasingly drastic measures against oppressive infrastructures. Rest assured that we will, and those measures may not come in the form of something so easily cleaned up as fire …
By Rick Renner
When we bring new ideas to a foreign culture, it can create an unpleasant reaction among the local people. That’s why we must be both careful and anointed as we take the Gospel into cultures that have never heard the Good News of Jesus Christ the way we are accustomed to preaching it.
In an interview with Axios’s Alexi McCammond, President Joe Biden’s climate advisor, Gina McCarthy, said that Big Tech should censor anyone who opposes Biden’s green agenda, Breitbart reports:
There are a few passages in the Bible that speak of one of the more unusual manifestations of the Holy Spirit. It talks about people being so overcome by the Holy Spirit, that they appear drunk to outsiders. And I was reminded of this in a recent story on CBN by Vernell Windsor, a regular columnist, who along with a friend had decided to attend a church service in North Carolina. During the service, Vernell writes that she was so overcome by the presence of God, that she became drunk in the Holy Spirit: “The presence of the Lord was in that place. During worship, I forgot all about my friend and realized I could no longer stand. I was weeping and got all snotty-nosed,” Vernell said. “Strangely, I was also laughing because the joy of the Lord was flowing all through me. My friend was trying to protect me from getting trampled upon as people were headed to and from the altar and dancing around, but I was oblivious to any danger,” Vernell added. …
After decades of protracted conflict, Canada officially has a new neighbor, Denmark. For nearly seven decades, the two countries have been involved in a costly battle over the ownership of a nondescript island, Hans Island, a barren 1 km long rock island located between Nunavut in Canada and Greenland, a Denmark territory.
In a recent article (June 13, 2022), Sports Illustrated (SI) suggested that allowing players and coaches to pray prior to a game would lead to the erosion of democracy, Breitbart reports. The magazine was discussing a court case before the Supreme Court involving Joe Kennedy who was fired as an assistant coach by Bremerton High, because he prayed with his players on the football field. Breitbart explains: “This Sports Illustrated article is little else but a long smear against Christians, conservatives, and white people in general, and coach Kennedy in particular, and on a vicious personal level, at that,” Breitbart News noted. Conservatives and religious freedom activists took to social media to lambaste Sports Illustrated for such a disgraceful display of left-wing bias. It’s expected that the Supreme Court will soon make a ruling on the case involving religious freedom. READ: Sports Illustrated Blasted for Saying Prayer in Sports is ‘Eroding Democracy’ Breitbart also supplied a few tweet responses to SI’s article written by Greg Bishop: A couple of my favorites:
When is the last time, you asked a complete stranger if you could pray for them? Ashlye Wilkerson was driving her father, Anthony “Tony” Geddis, home on March 28, 2022, after he had received chemotherapy treatment for colon cancer when she was stopped by a North Carolina State Trooper, Jaret Doty, for speeding, FaithWire reports.
In Hebrews 4:16, we are encouraged to come boldly into the throne room of grace when we pray, that we may obtain help in our time of need. In this podcast, I want to hopefully explain what it means to pray boldly.
A recent headline (June 12, 2022) in The Daily Mail has a Biblical ring to it:
While experts warn of looming famines, food shortages and skyrocketing food prices, Canada’s Prime Minister, Justin Trudeau, continues his assault on agriculture.