When I read this article from the timesofisrael,com, I knew that I had to write a piece on it. I have written so many articles about the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and their insane quest to sterilize much of Africa and many third world countries.
There are pending lawsuits against Gates when after witnessing many young women become deathly ill after receiving a vaccine from Gates, scientists analyzed the vaccines and found toxic substances.
Since Bill Gates is so ridiculously rich, I’m sure that his lawyers will keep this out of court. But the point is that Bill Gates is obsessed with lowering the population of the world dramatically… more
Many believe that Thanksgiving is a uniquely American holiday. Our ministry partner in Ghana, however, has taken this US holiday to the poor and less fortunate by providing clean water, and feeding and clothing children in the rural areas of the nation. Several hundred were served because of your generosity to The Daily Jot. This is a story from our “thanksgiving” table in Ghana in the words of Pastor William Agbeti. It shows just how desperate people can become, how many needs there are to fill, and how the blessing of your donation, whatever the size, to The Daily Jot brings hope to those who often have little hope. It also shows how the Lord directs us to recognize additional needs.
Agbeti wrote: “We went out there with the sole purpose of giving free meals and used clothing to children at a local church, Springs of Life Ministry. It turned out this simple act of love brought to the fore latent challenges in the church and its community. As the FEEDING PROGRAM was announced in church and church members were asked to spread the news and invite needy children and their parents to church, some church members went out of the way to tell invited guests they would be supported with money. As a result, some parents came early and found out there wasn’t going to be any free money. They felt very disappointed, angry and hopeless.
“We had to apologize to them and rebuke those who sent out the wrong information at a meeting after the program. Many parents wanted to know if our MINISTRIES would also consider supporting their wards with school expenses in the sum of $15 per month. Some parents also needed help with jobs. Proverbs 13:12 says: “Hope deferred makes the heart sick, But desire fulfilled is a tree of life.” We were so touched by the plight of the parents, but all the same thankful that the situation revealed some latent challenges in the community, quite unknown to the church. Also, the entire feeding program greatly challenged the local church, Springs of Life Ministry.
“This led to a revelation that many local churches had all along been doing church wrongly, unlike the days of Acts. Desirous of knowing what to do in the circumstances, the leadership of the church asked: “Brethren, what do we do?” We offered to teach the local church how to start a feeding program and solicit help for used clothing, meals and funding for school expenses for the poor in their midst. We know it’s not easy because we have not had it easy, yet we will go ahead to encourage the church to launch out with faith to help its members and the community, and God will also definitely do His part. All these developments, that are hopefully leading to a much better way of doing church at the Springs of Life Ministry, is made possible by the faithful support of donors like you. THANK YOU.”
A 21-year-old Kenyan woman who grew up in strict Muslim household has been disowned by her family and stripped of her possessions after they found out she had converted to Christianity. But, according to the United States based non-governmental organization International Christian Concern, that has not stopped Rahma (a pseudonym) from giving her life to Christ.
“Islam was a yoke to my heart. I felt as if I was forced to believe in things that were a heavy burden to carry,” Rahma told ICC in an interview earlier this month. “So three weeks ago, I yielded to the call of God and put my faith in Christ Jesus.”
As the ICC reported, Rahma grew up in a Muslim family of eight, praying five times a day, and adhering to the teachings of the the Quran. Over time, however, she began to question some of the practices of the faith, and her exasperated father sent her to live with her aunt following the death of her mother in 2001 in hopes that she would embrace Islam, but it only drove her further away…. read more
Lord please give her courage and love abounding in her heart and mind. Provide for her needs and Lord and I pray for her family. Bless her Lord and thank you for being a merciful and gracious Lord. You always come through in way we do not see and your never late to rescue us. God Bless her! You’re a Holy, Righteous Father!
Nine Christians were shot dead by suspected Fulani herdsmen in Nigeria’s central Plateau State on Tuesday night, Nov. 7, 2017, as they returned from a weekly village market.
Four more were injured during the incident in the Riyom Local Government Area (LGA), which happened at around 7:30 p.m.. Seven were killed instantly, two died later in hospital.
Some of them were part of the Church of Christ in Nigeria (COCIN), others the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA).
According to a villager, Maria Joseph, who witnessed the attack, the victims were returning from the Makera market in a Volkswagen Golf when they were ambushed and shot at the Diyan junction near Gako village…. read more
Forty-eight Christians were massacred in nine days of violent attacks in Nigeria, with some of the survivors describing the terror they felt at the hands of Islamic Fulani herdsmen who broke through their doors and destroyed houses and churches.
“Every one of us ran to save his life,” church elder Dauda Samuel Kadiya of the Evangelical Church Winning All (ECWA) in Zanwrua, told Morning Star News. “I was shot at, but the bullet only bruised my hand. You can see the wound yourself.”
The herdsmen slaughtered a total of 48 Christians in several attacks carried out in Plateau state between Oct. 8 and Oct. 17, survivors said, with believers fleeing villages and abandoning worship buildings.
“Some of the church buildings were destroyed by the attackers,” Kadiya added…. read more
John 15:9 “As the Father has loved Me, I have also loved you. Remain in My love. 10 If you keep My commands you will remain in My love, just as I have kept My Father’s commands and remain in His love. 11 “I have spoken these things to you so that My joy may be in you and your joy may be complete. 12 This is My command: Love one another as I have loved you. 13 No one has greater love than this, that someone would lay down his life for his friends. 14 You are My friends if you do what I command you. 15 I do not call you slaves anymore, because a slave doesn’t know what his master is doing. I have called you friends, because I have made known to you everything I have heard from My Father. 16 You did not choose Me, but I chose you. I appointed you that you should go out and produce fruit and that your fruit should remain, so that whatever you ask the Father in My name, He will give you. 17 This is what I command you: Love one another.
John 15:18 If the world hates you, understand that it hated Me before it hated you.
Washington Examiner: Sen. Lindsey Graham, R-S.C., said Friday that U.S. global counter-terrorism operations are set to expand and become more aggressive following a meeting with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis about troop deaths in Niger.
That will include more operations in Africa where four soldiers were killed this month after being ambushed by Islamic State-aligned fighters and a loosening of the military’s rules of engagement to allow the killing of those considered part of a terrorist group, even if they do not present an immediate threat to the U.S., Graham said after emerging from his Senate office with Mattis…… read more
Where is Niger? Why are US troops there? How is it that US forces could be overwhelmed? Is Niger the next Bengazi? What is the US going to do about it?
Aside from the political noise surrounding a phone call made by President Trump to the widow of US ArmySgt. La David Johnson (second from left), Niger is next door to Mali and Mali was a topic of several posts we did in 2013 regarding the spread of al Qaeda forces in North Africa…. read more
WND, Jan 23, 2013: “Recent attacks by Al-Qaida in the Islamic Maghreb in northern Mali may well represent an overall strategy by al-Qaida central – headed by Ayman al-Zawahiri – to build a stage in northern Africa to launch attacks into Western Europe.”
On October 4, 2017 out post “Turkey Opens Its Largest Military Base In Somalia” exposed the Turkish influence on the Gog Magog nations of Cush (Sudan, Somalia, Ethiopia) and Put (Libya). It is no longer a mystery as to why these nations join in the invasion with Russia, Iran and Turkey.
Niger, like most of North Africa, is over 90% Muslim, and it could be that Ezekiel’s prophecy “and the many people with you” (Ez. 38:9)could mean additional North African nations in Gog Magog.
Front Page Mag provides the answer as to why US troops were overwhelmed:
“It wasn’t President Trump who deployed our soldiers to Niger. That was Obama’s doing. American soldiers in Iraq and Syria were put in the same strange situation of being deployed in a war zone without a combat mission.
Except to defend themselves.
Or as Obama put it, “The recently deployed forces have deployed with weapons for the purpose of providing their own force protection and security.”
Lindsey Graham:“The war is headed to Africa. It’s beginning to morph. As we suppress the enemy in the Mideast, they are going to move. They are not going to quit,” he said.
The Senator is correct. No matter how many terror groups are defeated, the ideology of hatred that Ishmael and Esau have for Jacob (Gen. 35:10) will not end until the King of Kings returns (Isa. 63:1-3; Rev. 19:13-15).