India's economy posts 8.1 per cent first-quarter growth
News International - 01/10/2005

INDIA - India's economy expanded by 8.1 per cent in the three months to June, beating market forecasts,

Turkey - on Europe's doorstep, but still so far from joining the club
The Independent - 01/10/2005

TURKEY - Joining the European Union is the great Turkish dream.

US defers sanctions on Saudi
AP - 01/10/2005

USA - The United States has postponed punishing Saudi Arabia, its close ally and key oil supplier, for restricting religious freedom.

Northern Vietnam reels from typhoon, 57 dead
AFP - 29/09/2005

VIETNAM - Northern Vietnam was reeling from the aftermath of Typhoon Damrey which triggered landslides and flooding that left at least 57 people dead and caused widespread destruction.

Powerful Earquake Rocks Northern Peru
AP - 26/09/2005

LIMA, PERU - A powerful earthquake hit northern Peru late Sunday, causing power outages and cutting phone service throughout much of the region. At least one person was killed, officials said.

Merkel urges Schroeder to concede
CNN - 19/09/2005

GERMANY - Conservative leader Angela Merkel has urged Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder's party to enter talks to form a "grand coalition" under her leadership.

Norway votes to spend oil riches on welfare state
AP - 13/09/2005

NORWAY - The Norwegian opposition party regained power in the oil-rich country's general election yesterday, according to exit polls, after wooing voters with pledges to plough cash into their already generous welfare state system.

North Korea adamant on nuclear power as talks resume
Reuters - 13/09/2005

BEIJING, CHINA - North Korea clung to its right to a civilian nuclear programme on Tuesday, a position that has prevented progress in breaking a deadlock over its nuclear ambitions, as crisis talks opened in Beijing.

Strong earthquake rocks Aceh
AP - 11/09/2005

INDONESIA - A strong earthquake rocked Indonesia's tsunami-battered Aceh province, causing residents to flee their homes in panic, seismologists said Sunday, AP reported.

Nations divided over UN reform
The Scotsman - 09/09/2005

UNITED NATIONS - United Nations members are deeply divided over proposals for an urgent overhaul of the world body. The reform proposals were made this week in the report into the troubled Iraq oil-for-food programme.

Cost of disaster could exceed $200 billion
AP - 09/09/2005

USA - The cost of rebuilding the vast area devastated by Hurricane Katrina and providing relief to its inhabitants is expected to exceed $200 billion (109 billion pounds), a sum comparable to the gross domestic product of Poland.

Pope urges Muslims to fight spread of terror
Associated Press - 08/09/2005

GERMANY - Pope Benedict XVI decried the "cruel fanaticism" of terrorism Saturday and urged Muslims to join Christians in trying to combat its spread.

EU and China reach textile deal
BBC NEWS - 05/09/2005

EUROPE - The EU and China have signed a deal to end the strife over textile quotas that has left more than 75 million Chinese garments piled up in European ports

World pledges aid to US
AP - 04/09/2005

USA - Nations around the world are offering aid to the crisis-hit United States, with donations coming from old friends like Britain and old foes like Cuba alike.

Criticism of Bush mounts as more than 10,000 feared dead
The Guardian - 03/09/2005

NEW ORLEANS, USA - Governor threatens looters with shoot-to-kill. Relief convoys arrive after four days.

“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)