Another thought provoking perspective from Rick Frueh.
Originally posted on shawnethomas:
Most of us know someone who had previously had (or seemed to have had) a commitment to the Lord, but who have fallen away from it. Maybe they grew up in church, had godly parents and good spiritual influences in their life, but now they have turned their back on it all. You are praying for them, I trust, but what do you pray?
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I’m not good at giving movie reviews, so I’m not going to waste your time and mine. However, I will give a recommendation. If you see no other Christian movie this year or ever, this is the one you want to see. Do You Believe? is one of the best movies I’ve seen in a very long time. It is well-written, well-acted, and powerful. No other movie preaches the gospel of Christ better than this one. The cross of Jesus is the central theme of the movie and I have to say, I cried through good a part of it. I just wish…I just wish that every non-believing person would go see this movie. I pray that everyone who claims to be a Christian goes to see this movie. It is a deeply convicting movie. Just awesome. I’m sharing the trailer, but it does not do it justice at all. Just go see it.
Another good one by Michael Boldea at Homeward Bound. People are starting to wake up to the fact that persecution will be, and is coming to America.
Originally posted on News that matters:
Because Benjamin Netanyahu”s refusal to establish a two-state-solution, Obama has threaten to remove the supportive US veto in the United Nations.
President Barack Obama’s supposed congratulatory call to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Thursday, two days after the Likud leader triumphed in Israel’s elections, was actually a bitter 30-minute conversation, Israel’s two main TV news stations reported Friday night.
Quoting unnamed Israeli sources, they said the president made clear he didn’t believe Netanyahu was genuinely supportive of a two-state solution to the Palestinian conflict, and that he indicated that the US would no longer automatically support Israel at the United Nations.
According to a Channel 10 read out on the call, indeed, Obama left Netanyahu with “the impression that he intends to abandon Israel at the UN.”
Source: The Times of
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