America was founded by strong believers in Jesus Christ. It was the world's greatest
example of freedom and Christian principles. It befriended God's Chosen People, both before and after Israel was
reborn as a modern nation. It was blessed by God in keeping with the promise given to Abraham.
I will bless those who bless you,
and whoever curses you I will curse;
and all peoples on earth
will be blessed through you - Genesis 12:3
Prophecy students have wondered for decades why the United States will not apparently be a
major player in the Bible’s End Times scenario. Europe is predicted as a Revived Roman Empire, but with a much
weaker composition than ancient Rome. Ancient biblical lands will be involved in the prophetic future. They have
modern names: Iran, Iraq, Syria, Libya, and others. But how could the one great “superpower” of our generation
be ignored at the end of this age? Just a few years ago we could not have imagined how rapidly
our beloved country would decline.
An honest evaluation of The United States today reveals that we are growing weaker economically, militarily,
and above all, spiritually.
Many Churches in America are retreating from a literal interpretation of the Bible, and
have allowed the corrupting influences of secular humanism, the sexual revolution, abortion, and other false
beliefs and practices to slowly infiltrate their leadership. This change is predicted in the Bible. It is
called apostasy, or a “falling away” from the truth.
As a result, our nation is in danger of God's judgment. But like the biblical example of
Nineveh, whose people repented in Jonah's days, there could be a great revival first. We are praying for this!
Sept. 9, 2016 - Read this 9-page report on the progress of Isis during these 15 years since the 9/11 Attacks.
Fifteen years after the United States was attacked by Osama bin Laden and the jihadists of al Qaeda, a mere 27% of Americans believe
we are safer from the threat of terrorism today than we were on 9/11.
The attacks caused a total of 2,996 deaths, making it the deadliest foreign attack ever on U.S. soil. It surpassed the 1941 attack on
Pearl Harbor, which claimed 2,403 American lives. More than 6,000 others were injured in the 9/11 attacks.
After a peaceful march, the downtown [Dallas] suddenly exploded into violence at around 9 p.m. local time when gunshots echoed across through the streets,
sending protesters and police officers alike scattering for cover.
Four Dallas Police officers and one Dallas Area Rapid Transit officer were killed by snipers. One shooter was killed, and three suspects are in custody.
Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said his party will not permit a vote. Then, every GOP member of the Senate Judiciary Committee
penned a letter pledging not to even hold a hearing until the next president is sworn into office.
“As a former homicide commander, I am stunned that no autopsy was ordered for Justice Scalia,” William O. Ritchie, former head of criminal
investigations for D.C. police, wrote in a post on Facebook on Sunday.
Scalia’s family did not want an autopsy done. But Richie questioned why there was no official testing for suffocation or poisoning. He said,
My gut tells me there is something fishy going on in Texas.”
Feb. 13, 2016 - Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died at the age of 79.
His death means President Obama could have an unprecedented chance to try to shift the balance of the court during his
final year in office -- setting up a Senate battle in the heat of an election year.
Feb. 4, 2016 - The National Prayer Breakfast will be held this morning in Washington D.C. It is an annual gathering of
members of Congress and evangelical Christians for prayer and discussion of the role of faith in public life.
Originally known as the Presidential Prayer Breakfast, the event was inaugurated in 1953 when President Eisenhower was invited to join an already-existing prayer circle.
Read inspiring quotations by various presidents over the past 63 years.
Jan. 1, 2015 - Historian David Barton, author of "The Jefferson Lies," explains that Thomas Jefferson's concept of the
“separation of church and state” was only to insure that the federal government would not establish a church like England had done.
He was not al all in favor of banishing religion from the public square. In an interview, Barton says, "The man who wrote the Declaration of Independence
was always “pro-Jesus, pro-Christian, pro-religion.” He also says,
“It is interesting that through 1876 the largest church in the United States was the one that met inside the U.S. Capitol, something that Jefferson helped start.”