Bishop Eddie Long Dies After Long Battle With Cancer

Mega church pastor Bishop Eddie Long died at 63 years old Sunday after a long battle with cancer, according to a statement from his church. Long was the overseer of New Birth Missionary Baptist Church in Lithonia, Georgia. 
He acknowledged that he was having health challenges in September, but did not provide details about his diagnosis.  According to Fox 5 Atlanta, Long released a YouTube video addressing his dramatic weight loss. He said that he was working on muscle-tone after switching to a plant-based diet. READ MORE

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Surviving Babylon with Pastor Ricky Scaparo and Pastor Mark Casto

Reflecting on Tomorrow - Part One - Surviving Babylon
Have you ever considered that you are living in the time of the end? The Bible informs us that these last days will be full of hate, war, persecution, and disasters. As Bible Prophecy continues to be fulfilled daily, the intensity and distress upon the nations gets more severe. What happens when it’s not just a story on the news but something you personally must experience? Will you have what it takes to make it in the end? Listen to this powerful teaching from Mark Casto and Ricky Scaparo as they share prophetic parallels between the modern situations in the church with Daniel and the three Hebrew boys in Babylon. You will gain a new perspective on what we are facing as believers in this hour. But you will also discover important revelation and practical instruction from the Book of Daniel that will give you the grace for “Surviving Babylon”.To Obtain your Copy on CD just click below to order:


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Hello Everyone we are moving to By the end of this weekend we will no longer be here on the Blog Site but will be at our new dedicated Website. See you there. -Pastor Rick

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PROPHETIC UPDATE – February 14, 2014

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China plans world’s longest underwater tunnel

China is planning to build the world’s longest underwater tunnel beneath the Bohai Sea by 2026, according to a Friday report in the China Daily A blueprint of the tunnel, which could cost an estimated 220 billion yuan (36 billion U.S. dollars), will be submitted to the State Counicl, China’s Cabinet, in April, it said. “Once approved, work could begin as early as 2015 or 2016,” Wang Mengshu, a tunnel and railway expert at the Chinese Academy of Engineering who has worked on the plan since 2012, was quoted as saying by the paper. By length, it will surpass the combined length of the world’s two longest underwater tunnels – Japan’s Seikan Tunnel and the Channel Tunnel between Britain and France. The 123-kilometer tunnel will house a rail line connecting the port cities of Dalian in Liaoning province and Yantai in Shandong province, according to the plan. “Using the tunnel, it will take only 40 minutes to travel from Dalian to Yantai,” Wang said. At the moment it is a 1,400-km drive or about eight hours by ferry. Passenger vehicles can be loaded onto rail carriages and transported at about 220 kilometers per hour, massively shortening the travel time between the two cities. More
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Law-abiding Connecticut gun owners may face FELONY CHARGES for failing to register weapons

A pile of handguns are placed in a trash bin after they were surrendered during a gun buyback program organized by Mayor Eric Garcetti
Connecticut’s gun control deadline requiring gun registration has come and gone — putting tens of thousands of law-abiding citizens at risk of felony charges, should officials decide to crack down on what one gun owner called a stand of “civil disobedience.” Last January after the Sandy Hook shooting, Connecticut passed a stringent new gun control laws, and in April, Gov. Dannel Mallory approved restrictions which redefined the definition of an “assault weapon” to ban 100 more types of semi-automatic weapons. The law’s grandfather clause allowed gun owners already possessing AR-15s and similar weapons to keep them, but they must submit their personal information to a statewide registry. A photo taken by George Roelofson depicting long lines of gun owners waiting to register their weapons and ammunition went viral in December as the law’s deadline approached:  Now, as Connecticut’s The Courant estimates, as many as 100,000 gun owners with 350,000 unregistered weapons have yet to come forward, making state officials uneasy. Furthermore, estimates concerning banned magazines holding more than ten rounds — which have no serial numbers and are impossible to track unless registered — show that only 36,932 have been entered into the state’s databases, while over two million remain on the market. “I honestly thought from my own standpoint that the vast majority would register. If you pass laws that people have no respect for and they don’t follow them, then you have a real problem,” Republican state Sen. Tony Guglielmo, ranking senator on the legislature’s public safety committee, told The Courant. More


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Belgium to allow child euthanasia

Belgian protestors on Sunday stand in front of a banner which reads 'Euthanasia Stop' during an anti-euthanasia demonstration in Brussels. In a vote, Belgian lawmakers on Thursday approved extending euthanasia to children.
Belgian lawmakers voted overwhelmingly on Thursday to extend the country’s euthanasia law to children under 18. The law empowers children with terminal ailments who are in great pain to ask to be put to death by their doctor if their parents agree and a psychiatrist or psychologist certifies they are conscious of what their choice signifies. It has wide public support, but was opposed by some pediatricians and the country’s Roman Catholic clergy. As House of Representative members cast their ballots and an electronic tally board lit up with enough green lights to indicate the measure would carry, a lone protester in the chamber shouted “assassins!” Hans Bonte, a Socialist, said no member of the House hopes the law will ever be made use of. But he said all Belgians, including minors, deserved the right to “bid farewell to life in humane circumstances” without having to fear they were breaking the law. The 86-44 vote in the House, with 12 abstentions, followed approval by the Senate last December. Laurent Louis, an independent House member who opposed the legislation, said the majority of his colleagues were violating the natural order. More

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