An all-Navy message sent out Tuesday says that all sailors will be required to undergo transgender behavioral education by July 2017.
Starting Nov. 1, the training will educate sailors about the Navy’s new transgender policy that allows transgenders to serve in the military, Military.com reported.
“This training will emphasize policies and expectations of personal behavior,” the message states.
It is unclear what exactly is in these training sessions yet, but the Navy will soon send out messages with more information. Continue reading →
“Former NATO head Anders Fogh Rasmussen has called on the US to act as the world’s policeman to “counter autocrats like President [Vladimir] Putin.” He made the comments in an editorial for the Wall Street Journal. …“The world needs such a policeman if freedom and prosperity are to prevail against the forces of oppression, and the only capable, reliable and desirable candidate for the position is the United States,” the former NATO secretary general wrote in his editorial.” –Source
As I’ve said for decades on and offline as well as on the radio and in a Newsletter back in February of 2006, theprophesied second beast, or “United States” as most call it will eventually become a Police State and not long afterthe Military would become the world’s global police force so as to help Rome enforce its soon to be enforced mark. And yes, the military in our nation were “tested” and not all were found to have the heart to kill their neighbors, so we can now expect a foreign police force will “help out” in the USA when needed. Continue reading →
A cadre of Baptist scholars has been writing about emerging catholicity, the holy desire for unity among all ecclesial communions. Taking tradition more seriously as a source for theological construction, these Baptists urge usage of the ancient creeds of the apostolic heritage of the whole church to supplement their reading of Scripture. A leading theologian in the movement, Steven Harmon, contends, “Baptists have their own distinctive ecclesial gifts to offer the church catholic, without which even the churches currently in communion with the bishop of Rome are something less than fully catholic themselves.”
As a staunch Baptist I, too, long for catholicity. In many respects the future of Christianity depends upon a greater ecumenicity. Regular prayer with Benedictines has kindled a burning desire in me for Christ’s church to be one. When worshiping with these Christian brothers and sisters, I feel acutely the separation when the Eucharist is celebrated. While I understand the linkage of the meal to the larger sacramental system of the Roman Catholic Church, it reminds me that the unity for which Jesus prayed in John 17 is not yet realized. My spiritual friend, Abbot Gregory of Conception Abbey (a nearby monastery), shares this longing “that they might be one.” Continue reading →
We would, in times past, never work on Sunday! Why? You have six days — Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday — to do all of the necessary work.
At the beginning of time and creation as it is written in the Holy Bible, Genesis 2:2-3 reveals that God blessed the seventh day, sanctified it, and rested from his six days of exquisite work. And God saw that everything he made was very good.
There are no more days of the week left after the number seven. There are seven musical notes with multiple variations, seven seas, and Denzel Washington of “The Magnificent Seven.” Bible scholars say that the number seven denotes spiritual completion or perfection. Continue reading →
“In the US, over the past 10 years, the number of official priest exorcists has more than quadrupled from 12 to 50. But for two of America’s most active exorcists – Father Gary Thomas, whose training in Rome was chronicled in Matt Baglio’s book The Rite: The Making of a Modern Exorcist, and Father Vincent Lampert, whose work was depicted on Paranormal Witness – it is an ongoing struggle to keep up with the demand. In lengthy interviews with The Telegraph, the two exorcists discuss how the increase in drug and pornography addiction, failure of the mental healthcare system and a rise in popularity of “pagan activities”, such as using a Ouija board to summon the dead, are among the factors contributing to the huge increase in demand for the Rite.” –Source
First and foremost, as we all know by the Scripture that explains doctrine and the many passages that outline the prophetic characteristics of the Antichrist, it is clear to see that the Roman Catholic church can in no way be a Christian church. In fact, her fruits and multiple instances of being caught red handed worshipping Satan confirm the Roman Catholic Vatican to be the prophesied headquarters of Satan himself. So, when it comes to exorcisms, they can in no way possible cast out a demon, for Satan cannot cast our Satan. Nor would he want to because Jesus said in Matthew 12:26, “And if Satan cast out Satan, he is divided against himself; how shall then his kingdom stand?” Continue reading →
Catholic priest Fr Edward O’Donnell has been installed as an ecumenical canon at St Anne’s Cathedral in Belfast.
He is one of three ecumenical canons appointed at the cathedral.
In his role at St Anne’s he can preach, lead prayers and read scripture. He can also assist at the cathedral’s traditional Black Santa Christmas collection for charity.
It is the first time in St Anne’s history that a Catholic priest has been appointed to such a role. Continue reading →
“A pattern has emerged, repeating itself after almost every new terrorist attack committed on U.S. soil. The connection to Islam is initially ignored, then downplayed as mere coincidence. The attacker’s motive is either “unknown” or cannot be “speculated” about, according to local law enforcement. It happened again Friday night when Arcan Cetin, a 20-year-old Muslim immigrant from Turkey, shot and killed five people at the cosmetics counter of a Macy’s store inside a mall in Burlington, Washington. Investigators said they didn’t know what Cetin’s motive could have been. KIRO TV in Seattle reported that authorities had “no indication the shootings were a terrorist act.” And by Monday night Savannah Guthrie, anchoring NBC Nightly News, said “The motive is still a mystery.” –Source
Two things have become very apparent here. #1, they are doing all they can to hide the fact that Muslims are doing exactly as they promised to do once they got on US soil. For literally years we have heard them chant “death to America” over and over again in foreign nations and now on our own city streets. And we know all too well about their daily attack on anyone in the Middle East that claim the same God Americans do and that being of course the Christian God. Well.. at least in some cases the one this nation was founded on that is. Today the so called “Christian God” of America is nothing more than a watered down version of the Jesus of the Bible and a more sure fit of the Roman Catholic Pagan god called “Jesus.” Continue reading →
“Green Sabbath is a non-religious, non-political, and non-profit campaign which aims to raise awareness and to encourage people to help slow climate change, preserve precious natural resources and improve planet health by observing at least one carbon footprint-free day each week–on any day of the week. We call it symbolically A Green Sabbath day. GreenSabbath.org” –Source
A brother in the faith found this page on the wayback machine and so the source links will be sloooow. For those unaware, the wayback machine is an Internet archiver created by the creators of Alexa that keep on file screenshots of old archived versions of websites. The reason this website’s data (Green Sabbath) is being displayed via that archive is because the site is no longer up and active. However, the agenda is very much alive as I prove on my Sabbath Attack page. And I do believe the main reason the site is down is because it was making students of prophecy and our message look way too good and believable for them to leave them up for all those years. Continue reading →
New Spirit Revival Center church pastor Rev. Darrell Scott declared Wednesday that there is a “concentrated satanic attack” being waged against Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump, who is believed by some evangelicals to be God’s choice for president.
Speaking at the Midwest Vision and Values Pastors Leadership Conference held at his church in Cleveland, Scott who is CEO of the National Diversity Coalition for Trump, revealed at the event that a “nationally known” preacher had warned Trump prior to the launch of his presidential campaign “that if you choose to run for president, there’s going to be a concentrated Satanic attack against you.”
“He said there’s going to be a demon, principalities and powers, that are going to war against you on a level that you’ve never seen before and I’m watching it every day,” Scott said. Continue reading →
At an ecumenical gathering held this week, representatives of the Catholic and Orthodox Churches signed a joint document regarding synodality and primacy during the first millennium.
The agreement can point to ways of “resolving problems still existing between Catholics and Orthodox today,” said Msgr. Andrea Palmieri, undersecretary of the Pontifical Council for Promoting Christian Unity.
The 14th plenary session of the Joint International Commission for Theological Dialogue between the Orthodox and Catholic Churches was held in the Italian city of Chieti Sept. 15-22. Their agreement was subtitled “Towards a Common Understanding in Service to the Unity of the Church.”
The primacy of the Bishop of Rome is among the main points of disagreement between the Catholic and Eastern Orthodox Churches. Continue reading →