In today’s chapter, we will discuss lawful and unlawful sexual relations, as well as talk about the sacrifice of being a parent.
In today’s chapter, we will discuss lawful and unlawful sexual relations, as well as talk about the sacrifice of being a parent.
Argentina faced more upheaval Wednesday after an Argentine federal court found Vice President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner guilty of corruption.
Russian President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday called a meeting with his security council to discuss the country’s domestic defenses after three airbases saw “explosions” this week.
Brazil’s military could still intervene to prevent leftist Luiz Inacio Lula da Silva from becoming the next president, well-informed sources suggested Tuesday.
Russia: Putin signs law banning all LGBT expression in public life – December 6, 2022
Indonesia Bans Extramarital Sex – December 6, 2022
Iran may be able to build ‘crude’ nukes within six months – December 5, 2022
Indonesia’s Mount Semeru Erupts, 2,000 Flee – December 5, 2022
Defense Minister Benny Gantz ordered the IDF to prepare for the possibility of an escalation in the West Bank and Gaza Strip in light of ongoing security tensions and the entry of the new government, the defense minister revealed in an interview with Ynet on Tuesday.
Israeli and French aircraft held a joint aerial exercise this week over Israel’s skies that simulated airstrikes and combating aerial threats, the Israeli Air Force said Tuesday.
Saudi Arabia wants to normalize ties with Israel – December 6, 2022
Bahraini FM: Palestinian statehood bedrock of Abraham Accords success – December 5, 2022
IDF readiness for war compromised by West Bank tension – December 5, 2022
The Real ID deadline has been pushed back yet again. The Department of Homeland Security deadline for enforcement will shift back another 24 months, from May 2023 to May 2025, the agency said Monday. After that date, federal agencies like the TSA will no longer accept driver’s licenses and other forms of identification that do not meet federal standards.
The U.S. trade deficit widened sharply in October as slowing global demand and a strong dollar weighed on exports.
White House dismisses Hunter Biden laptop ‘Twitter files’ as ‘distraction’ – December 5, 2022
White House opposes repealing military vaccine mandate through NDAA – December 5, 2022
Republicans push to end military vaccine mandate through annual defense bill – December 4, 2022
While Algeria’s government has now shut down all but a tiny handful of churches in the country, Algerian church leaders say the persecution is causing an increase in the number of new Christians, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.
The US-based aid organization Release International (RI) has reported that Christians in Afghanistan are trying to escape their home country as the ruling Taliban advance a regime of violence against them and other religious minorities, Christian Today (CT) reports.
A call to prayer has been sent out for the release of an American Christian missionary pilot and two South African volunteers who have been jailed in Mozambique for a month since being arrested by government officials on suspicion of insurgents in the ongoing civil war, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
Jailed Church Leader Facing India Trial – December 2, 2022
China Closes House Church And School – December 2, 2022
Egypt Allows More Churches Amid Persecution – December 2, 2022
The Dutch government plans to buy and close down up to 3,000 farms near environmentally sensitive areas to comply with EU nature preservation rules.
Moscow has postponed a round of nuclear arms control talks with the United States set for this week because of stark differences in approach and tensions over Ukraine, a senior Russian diplomat said Tuesday.
The Chinese military’s rapid buildup is on pace to reach 1,500 nuclear warheads by 2035 — nearly the number of current U.S.-deployed warheads, the Pentagon said in a survey of Chinese military power revealed Tuesday.
Pope Fires Leadership Of Largest Charity – November 29, 2022
China Crackdown On Massive Protests – November 29, 2022
Biden gives Chevron permit to restart Venezuelan oil sales – November 29, 2022
Protests Spread In China, Threatening Rulers – November 28, 2022
Hungary Delaying NATO Expansion Seeks Israel’s Defense – November 28, 2022
Build the wall? Finland plans border fence with Russia as NATO membership looms – November 28, 2022
The Israel Defense Forces on Tuesday said it would be holding a series of joint aerial exercises with the US military, simulating strikes against Iran and its regional terror proxies.
Israel is set to become the first country in the world that can fly urgent medical supplies to hospitals nationwide through the use of aerial drones, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
Israel, US to hold air drill simulating striking Iran nuclear program – November 29, 2022
IDF arrests 3,000 Palestinians, thwarts 500 attacks in past 6 months – November 29, 2022
Netanyahu walks political and diplomatic tightrope as he forms coalition – November 28, 2022
Bipartisan legislation to codify same-sex marriage under federal law passed the Senate on Tuesday with the help of a dozen Republicans, capping off months of negotiations between both parties over how to address religious liberty concerns.
Oath Keepers founder Stewart Rhodes was convicted Tuesday of seditious conspiracy for a violent plot to overturn Democrat Joe Biden’s presidential win, handing the Justice Department a major victory in its massive prosecution of the Jan. 6, 2021, insurrection.
Billionaire Musk Says Apple Threatens Twitter – November 29, 2022
Senate Moves Same-Sex Marriage Bill a Step Closer to Passage – November 29, 2022
Respect for Marriage Act pending in Senate is raising constitutional concerns – November 28, 2022
Biden Says He Wants Congress To Pass Gun Control In Lame-Duck Session – November 24, 2022
The Chaldean Patriarchate has issued a statement attesting that Iraqi Christians are leaving their country in droves due to compelling sociological and political factors, which include discrimination, Agenzia Fides reports. The Christians of Iraq make up one of the oldest continuous Christian communities in the world; there are an estimated 500,000 Christians still in the country.
Federal agencies and the state of Wyoming have acknowledged in settling a lawsuit filed against them that the Christian Wyoming Rescue Mission is free to hire only like-minded believers who share in the organization’s mission to share the Gospel of Jesus Christ, the Washington Times reports.
Syria: Christians under threat from Hay’at Tahrir al-Sham terror group – November 29, 2022
Sudan: Pastor jailed after praying for his mother to be healed – November 29, 2022
China: Crackdown and closure of house churches continues – November 29, 2022
Nigeria: Parish priest kidnapped by Islamist gunmen in Enugu state – November 24, 2022
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Brazilian President Jair Bolsonaro is contesting his defeat in the October election and calling on the electoral authority to annul votes cast on most of the nation’s electronic voting machines, citing a software bug that independent experts have said didn’t affect the reliability of results.
Once considered “sloppy” in its cyber operations, China’s online capabilities have grown rapidly over the past decade into a dangerous threat regarded as equal to U.S. military digital skills, a new congressional report warns.
President Vladimir Putin on Tuesday oversaw the launch of a new nuclear-powered icebreaker as Russia pushes to develop the Arctic and seeks new energy markets amid sanctions over Ukraine.
Turkey’s Erdogan vows ground operation into Syria ‘soon’ – November 22, 2022
US says continues to oppose any military action destabilizing Syria – November 22, 2022
Iran says it has begun enriching uranium to 60% purity at Fordo underground site – November 22, 2022
2 girls beheaded at ISIS family members displacement camp in Syria – November 22, 2022
Iran intensifies violent crackdown on protests as number of casualties rises – November 22, 2022
G20 Wants Worldwide Vaccination Passport (Worthy News In-Depth) – November 21, 2022
The United States and Israel have discussed a joint military drill that would simulate a possible attack against Iran and its Middle East proxies.
Gen. Aharon Haliva, the head of Israeli military intelligence, warned Monday that Iran could soon approach the 90% uranium enrichment level necessary to build a nuclear weapon, Axios reported.
IDF Chief of Staff meets US National Security Advisor – November 21, 2022
Syria says four soldiers killed in Israeli airstrikes on military bases – November 20, 2022
Over 20 Killed In Gaza Refugee Camp Fire – November 18, 2022
President Joe Biden announced on Tuesday the extension of the pause on federal student loan payments as the courts determine the legality of his student loan cancellation plan.
The Supreme Court on Tuesday cleared the way for the imminent handover of former President Donald Trump’s tax returns to a congressional committee after a three-year legal fight.
ICE arrests 138 sex offenders who entered the US illegally – November 21, 2022
New Trump special prosecutor overturned by Supreme Court, tied to IRS scandal – November 21, 2022
Gunman Kills 5 In US Gay Nightclub – November 21, 2022
Nancy Pelosi Steps Down As US Democratic Leader – November 18, 2022
A mob of radicalized Hindu nationalists beat up and hospitalized nine Christians during an attack on a church hall in India’s Chhattisgarh state earlier this month, International Christian Concern (ICC) reports.
As crowds enjoyed soccer in the bloodstained stadiums of Qatar hosting the 2022 World Cup after thousands of migrant workers were killed, Christians began distributing Bibles in 14 languages.
The Eritrean government is still holding in detention 98 Christians who were arrested on account of their faith in September, Christian Today (CT) reports.
Political divisions in church can drive pastors to burnout, poll shows – November 21, 2022
Christian persecution is worsening amid Western denial – November 18, 2022
Ukrainian prison ministry is helping Russian POWs – November 16, 2022
500 anti-Christian hate crimes documented in Europe last year – November 16, 2022
Algeria has closed 16 evangelical churches in crackdown on proselytization – November 15, 2022
When you make your own hummus, it just tastes better!
For starters, you need garbanzo beans. They are the base ingredient in hummus.
If you are starting with dry beans, you need to measure out 2 cups. Put them in a bowl, and make sure there is room in the bowl for them to expand. Cover them with water, and let sit for 24-48hrs. If you let them sit for 48hrs, you want to drain off the water and refill it after the first 24hrs. (If you buy canned garbanzo beans, skip this process, and just use two cans, as they are precooked)
Once they have finished the soak, drain and rinse them. Put them on to boil in a stock pot until they are soft. This usually takes about 3-3 1/2hrs.
After they are done boiling, rinse them again. If you like a more creamy textured hummus, take of the little peel around each bean. This is pretty easy, but it is tedious and does take awhile. If you don’t mind a nuttier texture, you can leave the peels on.
After you are done, put your beans in your food processor, and process them until crumbly in texture. While your processor is running, add in the water, olive oil, and tahini. (We like the tahini imported from Israel, Simple Truth Organic) Process until it has that hummus texture.
Pour your hummus into a bowl, and add in the salt, and lemon juice; stir until well mixed.
Top with paprika, and any other seasonings of your choice. You can also add more olive oil to the top if you like.
In today’s chapter, we will talk about forbidden offerings, not eating blood, and refraining from things strangled.
In today’s chapter, we will read about and discuss the scapegoat, and how Messiah became a curse for us.
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U.S. President Joe Biden said Tuesday that he spoke with his Polish counterpart Andrzej Duda to express “deep condolences for the loss of life in Eastern Poland,” where two people were killed in an alleged Russian missile strike.
A new peer-reviewed study by Israeli and US scientists shows that sperm counts worldwide have fallen by 62 percent since 1973, the Times of Israel (TOI) reports.
The United Nations predicted in a recent report that the world population would reach eight billion people on November 15 this year and around 9.7 billion in 2050, the Associated Press reports.
G20 Tensions Over War In Ukraine (Worthy News Radio) – November 15, 2022
Biden Claims “No New Cold War” With China – November 15, 2022
Moscow Denies Russian Foreign Minister Rushed To Hospital – November 15, 2022
Turkey Detains Scores Of People Over Deadly Istanbul Blast – November 15, 2022
“A prize for terrorist organizations and their campaign against Israel.” That is how outgoing Israeli Prime Minister Yair Lapid characterized a vote last week in the United Nations.
Iran’s Sobh-e-Sadegh newspaper published a threat in Hebrew on its front page on Monday, warning that a new Iranian hypersonic missile could reach Israel in 400 seconds.
Israel abstains from UN vote on Russia-Ukraine reparations – November 14, 2022
Israeli air force attacks Hezbollah and Iranian forces in Syria – November 13, 2022
Israeli F-35 jets escort US bombers in show of force to Iran – November 10, 2022
Donald J. Trump announced Tuesday night that he was running for president in 2024 to recapture the White House after raising doubts that he lost the 2020 election.
The U.S. Senate is expected to hold a procedural vote Wednesday on the Respect for Marriage Act, which would codify same-sex marriage rights.
New York Fed announces test of digital dollar with major banks – November 15, 2022
Nevada Supreme Court rejects petition to stop hand count of county ballots – November 15, 2022
Georgia judge strikes down six-week abortion ban, declaring it unconstitutional – November 15, 2022
Suspect Detained After U.S. University Shooting Kills 3 – November 15, 2022
As the US United Methodist Church continues to lose congregations over its acceptance of same-sex marriage and ordination of noncelibate homosexuals, 58 churches in Louisiana officially disaffiliated from the denomination at the weekend, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
A major new report shows the government of Algeria has closed down 16 Evangelical churches in the past year as part of a crackdown on proselytization and perceived blasphemy against Sunni Islam, the Christian Post (CP) reports.
A Christian pastor in Laos was tortured before being murdered last month in an attack police was likely on account of his faith, Morning Star News (MSN) reports.
Nigeria: At least 4,000 Christians killed by Islamic extremists in 2022 alone – November 14, 2022
Significant number of churchgoers have not returned to in-person services – November 9, 2022
Myanmar: Burmese army bombs Baptist seminary – November 9, 2022