Monday, February 20, 2012

God was David’s shield

David believed he would be king when no one else acknowledged his anointing. Your perceptions of yourself will determine the possibilities that you pursue. To those around David, he was a shepherd boy with a rawhide sling.

To David, his sling was the priceless, bejeweled sword of a warrior king. Others saw only David’s rags, but in David’s own eyes, he was robed with the majesty befitting a king.

God was David’s shield. He knew his feet would not slip because his eyes were fixed on the Lord. His hands were the callused hands of a shepherd, but they held firmly to the hand of the Eternal One. One word from God changed his life forever. Our circumstances are always subject to change, if God arms us with strength and power.

The trials David faced did not matter. He knew he was destined not for disgrace, but for dignity. When you and I put our hands in His hands, he “teaches our hands to war” (Ps. 18:34a, KJV) with shouts of victory. Rejoice! For the Shield of your Salvation, the King of Kings and Lord of Lords, Jesus Christ, is leading you. You are truly under Divine appointment.


What a wonderful way to fulfill Deuteronomy 6:9, “you shall write these words on the doorposts of your house and on your gates.” Affixed to your doorframe, every time you see it you will be reminded that “the Lord our God, the Lord is one! You shall love the Lord your God with all your heart, with all your soul, and with all your strength.” (Deut 6:4-5), and every time others ask about it you can share these words with them as well!

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Sunday, February 12, 2012

The King of Nineveh

One day my heavenly orders came to go to Iraq. I went and preached there also. My last sermon, held in a muddy field, was on Jonah and Nineveh. I spoke to several hundred people, but only one old man came forward to receive Christ. I was disappointed. I had hoped that at least thirty or forty would come forward. When I saw the man’s tears and joy, I rejoiced with him.

My interpreter was bouncing with excitement. I couldn’t understand. He kept saying, “Can you believe it? Can you believe it?”

“Believe what?” I asked.

“You don’t know what happened, do you?”

“Yes I do. He found the Lord.”

“No, I mean yes, but that’s not what I’m so excited about. This sheik is Kurdish. He rules over sixteen provinces and his capital city of Nineveh. Yes, you just led the king of Nineveh to Christ. He has invited you to come to Nineveh and share Christ. They will repent also.”

I was bone tired, but thrilled to see the plans of God, and I felt fulfilled.


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Tuesday, February 7, 2012

Khamenei: Israel is a “cancerous tumor”

Iran Supreme Leader Ayatollah Khamenei calls Israel a “cancerous tumor” that must be wipe off from the map.  The radical Islamists in Iran are driven by demons to accomplish the enemy’s plan to destroy God’s Chosen People. And they are closer than ever to the means to reach their goal. The Iranian Defense Ministry revealed over the weekend that they have successfully put a satellite into orbit using a two-stage, solid-fuel ballistic missile—more commonly known as an ICBM (Inter-Continental Ballistic Missile)—the kind used to deliver nuclear warheads.  We will never retreat from our support of God’s Chosen Nation. Let us stand firm in protecting Israel from Iran.

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Atomic Iran by Mike Evans

The Samson Option by Mike Evans

Under other circumstances, Karim Atef   would  have spent his career teaching physics in America  at a prestigious  university like MIT or Stanford. Instead, after completing his education he returned to Iran, where he became the father of Iran’s indigenous missile pro- gram. An ardent follower of Shi’a  Islam, he was singularly focused on Jihad against infidels that threatened the spread of the faith, once even beating his cousin to death for converting to Christianity. He demanded complete devotion for himself and had little patience for those who did not display the same.

“We cannot just sit here waiting. Send them away. All of them,” Atef gestured to the others in the tent. “We do not need them. Send  them now. You do not need them to launch the missile. Send  them now.”

Hamid glanced down at his feet as if contemplating the request. It made sense. The  men sitting around the table beneath the tent rep-  resented the heart and soul of Iran’s technological community. They were essential to Iran’s continuing effort to achieve a viable defense system. And they should have been gone from the compound long before now. Once again, Hamid excoriated himself for not thinking of it. “Yes.” He lifted his head and nodded. “You are right. Tell them to go.”

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The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want

I spent eleven days in the Sinai desert. I climbed Mount Sinai by starlight with a young shepherd guiding me. In the desert, there are flies everywhere. Big flies! The sheep are plagued by the flies that get in their noses. The sheep butt their heads against trees, rocks, and posts to try to keep the flies from bothering them.

“Why all the erosion?” I asked the little shepherd as we were climbing Sinai. “Sheep have traveled this way and made ruts and gullies. They also dig at the roots of the vegetation, killing it, and the sheep are starving now. This happened because shepherds were lazy and the sheep had no direction. The shepherds must keep the sheep moving to prevent this from happening,” he responded.

He revealed his fly solution. “I dip my sheep in olive oil, sulfur, and spices and don’t have a problem with the flies.” Satan is called “Beelzebub,” lord of the flies.

When we surrender to the Lord, all rivalry goes…all selfishness goes…all stubbornness goes. We can say, “The LORD is my shepherd; I shall not want.” (Ps. 23:1, KJV)

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Monday, February 6, 2012

Jimmy Carter by Mike Evans

Jimmy Carter by Mike Evan
This book defines Carter’s meteoric rise in national politics, his ability to portray himself as one who always sought the high ground while nursing a spitefully mean streak, and his skillful political demeanor based on hyperbole, insincerity, and sometimes utter sham.  President Jimmy Carter’s ill-advised execution of human rights guidelines not only directly resulted in the ouster of the Shah of Iran but ultimately caused the loss of more than 600,000 lives during the Iran/Iraq War. These guidelines implemented rule by the mullahs and ayatollahs, were eventually responsible for Iraq’s attack on Kuwait and Desert Storm, and spawned the Soviet incursion into Afghanistan, the rise of the Taliban, al-Qaeda, and Osama bin Laden. Finally, they led to the destruction of the two World Trade Center towers on September 11, 2001, with the deaths of nearly 3,000 innocent civilians.

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Thursday, February 2, 2012

Pres. Peres to UN's Ban Ki-moon: Current Iranian Sanctions Are Not Enough

President Shimon Peres on Wednesday (February 1), met with UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, at the start of the Secretary-General's visit to Israel.
UN Sec.-Gen. Ban Ki-Moon said that, "I am deeply concerned by the latest report of the International Atomic Energy Agency.  I have been urging the Iranian authorities to prove that their nuclear program is genuinely for peaceful purposes.  I think they have not yet convinced the international community.  It is very important that the international community engage in a dialog with the Iranian authorities to resolve this issue peacefully.  I urge the Iranians to engage in dialog. There is no alternative to a peaceful resolution of this issue."
President Peres emphasized that, "At this time, the UN has a decisive role to play in the war against global terrorism, at the head of which stands Iran.  No country is immune from terrorism – not the US, not the European states and not the countries of the Middle East.  While Israel welcomes the sanctions, in and of themselves they are not enough.  I expect the international community not to take any option off the table, and to take determined action to prevent Iran from building a nuclear bomb!  Iran finances and uses terrorism.  We have witnessed the shipments of weapons and missiles that reach Gaza directly from Tehran and are received by Hamas, and the weapons convoys that go directly to Hezbollah in Lebanon and to Syria as well."
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