Terror threat in Northern Ireland raised to ‘severe’

NORTHERN IRELAND - Ahead of the 25th anniversary of the Good Friday Agreement, the new designation means an attack is “highly likely”. Britain’s security service MI5 has raised the terrorism threat level in Northern Ireland from “substantial” to “severe.” Thats according to the UK's Northern Ireland Secretary Chris Heaton-Harris, who on Tuesday stated that after the shooting of a police officer last month “a small number of people remain determined to cause harm.”

Scotland Is the First Western Democracy to Get a Muslim Leader

SCOTLAND - Humza Yousaf was elected as Scotland’s new First Minister on Tuesday after a majority of lawmakers backed him to become the first ever racial minority and Muslim to lead the country. Yousaf will be sworn in Wednesday and takes over from Nicola Sturgeon, Scotland’s first female leader and the country’s longest-serving one yet.

Money Is Being Pulled out of US Banks

USA - A trillion dollars is a lot of money. If you stacked a billion dollar bills on top of one another, the pile would be 67.9 miles high, but if you stacked a trillion dollar bills on top of one another the pile would be 67,866 miles high. And if you lined up a trillion dollar bills end to end, the line of dollar bills would be a staggering 96,906,656 miles long. That is longer than the distance from the Earth to the Sun. A trillion dollars is such a vast amount of money that it is truly difficult to comprehend, but as you will see below, that much money has already been pulled out of “vulnerable” US banks over the past year. Hordes of small and mid-size banks are now in trouble, and that is really bad news because those institutions issue most of the mortgages, auto loans and credit cards that our economy runs on.

Netanyahu suspends judicial reform

ISRAEL - The Histadrut Labor Federation, Israel's primary worker's union, announced on Monday evening that the planned strikes and closures were canceled in light of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu's announcement that he would temporarily pause judicial reform legislation.

Top Israeli general urges military to stay out of protests

ISRAEL - The country is facing an unprecedented combination of “external threats” with an “internal storm,” the IDF chief of staff says. The ongoing protests must remain in the public sphere and not affect the military, Israel Defense Forces Chief of Staff Herzi Halevi said on Monday, as turmoil over planned judicial reform continues in the country.

The EU is losing relevance in the emerging new world

EUROPE - Russia and China are shaping global politics while the US dominates its partners across the Atlantic, leaving European countries as mere passengers. The meeting of Russian president Vladimir Putin and his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping in Moscow last week was met with predictable accusations in Western circles that Moscow was becoming “subservient” or even a “vassal” of Beijing.

The Temple Mount movement braces for its moment

ISRAEL - With its activists now sitting in Israel's government, the once-fringe movement has gained unprecedented influence over the fate of Jerusalem's holiest site. The next weeks could herald even more danger. Five young, clay-colored cows touched down at Ben-Gurion Airport in late September, greeted by a joyous gathering of rabbis and well-wishers. Flying cows from the plains of Texas to the Middle East is no easy task, and those waiting to greet the livestock celebrated the success of their years-long effort with a shehecheyanu, the Jewish blessing over something new.

Saudi Arabia and Syria to restore ties

MIDDLE EAST - Saudi Arabia and Syria will reopen their embassies after more than a decade of hostility, according to reports from multiple news outlets. The potential thaw comes after a landmark Chinese-brokered deal set the path for normalization of relations between the Saudi kingdom and Iran, bitter rivals who backed opposing sides in Syria’s civil war.

German defence minister shoots to fame

GERMANY - Germany’s defence minister has become an unexpectedly popular figure less than three months into a notoriously difficult job, as he promises to overhaul the nation’s armed forces and champions a strong response to the war in Ukraine.

200 more pilots to skip weekly training flight

ISRAEL - Organizers say Netanyahu’s vow to enact law to control judicial appointments was breaking point for many in the IAF who hadn’t already joined protest. Roughly 200 Israeli Air Force reserve pilots reportedly notified their units that they would not be reporting for their weekly flying session following the announcement by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu that the government will move forward with its plan to overhaul the judiciary, despite widespread public protest.

Netanyahu is expected to FREEZE judicial reform

ISRAEL - Israel's president has urged Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu to 'come to your senses now' as the PM sparked widespread protests and a national strike by sacking his defence minister for objecting to judicial reforms. Netanyahu was expected to announce this morning that he was stopping his plans, although his public statement was postponed after a coalition ally pleaded for him not to back down, Channel 12 TV reported.

Rejection of Globalism

HUNGARY - Globalists are trying to brainwash citizens with their environmental and nutritional propaganda to control citizens’ food choices. Hungary has enacted stricter rules against the clandestine insectification of foods. The Minister of Agriculture István Nagy announced on his social media site that they are now requiring foods containing insect proteins to carry the label “Warning! Food containing insect proteins” and must be displayed separately from other products,

Most Germans Fear Inability of their Country to Defend Itself

GERMANY - Over half of Germans believe that their country could be heading towards a future war and that the country is unable to defend itself, polling has revealed. Should such a war come about, it appears that most in the country appear to doubt it will go well, with 63 per cent of the survey respondents reportedly saying that they do not believe the modern German state would be able to defend itself successfully in the event of an armed conflict.

Japan and Germany Are Again Preparing for War

EUROPE - German Chancellor Olaf Scholz has called this moment a “historic turning point.” In Japan, a famous comedian named Tamori coined the (somewhat obscure) phrase “new prewar,” and it has been widely used to say much the same thing: That Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has forced both countries to take their own military preparedness more seriously.

Israel’s post-democracy moment

ISRAEL - The political crisis in Israel over the government’s judicial reforms has deepened. Yet as law professor Avi Bell has pointed out, for many decades after the State of Israel was founded, only the Knesset could legislate and no court could overturn legislation for any reason. Attorneys-general and all other legal advisers could be dismissed and their legal opinions bound no one. No government action could be reversed by the Supreme Court simply because the Court considered it “unreasonable.” In other words, the reforms will largely return Israel to the situation that prevailed before 1993, when Supreme Court President Aharon Barak launched his revolutionary campaign of judicial activism.

“Just what is an APOSTLE?”
Just what is an Apostle?

Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)