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The final world dictator seeking global domination will also be an “Assyrian” who is here characterized by a bow, riding a white horse. It is interesting how many confuse this counterfeit with the rider of the white horse in Revelation 19. In chapter 6, however, this rider is among some very bad company!

“Behold a White Horse” explores the career of the first of these “Four Horsemen” who seems to have at least 33 titles in the Old Testament and 13 in the New Testament and the common term “AntiChrist” really isn’t one of them. We also explore the only physical description of him in the Scripture!

• Why is he a “mistaken identity”?

• How do we know this is NOT the Christ?

• What is the precedent condition(s) for his appearance?

• What is the precedent condition for the unsealing of the Seven Sealed Book? What is the Seven Sealed Book?

• Is his “bow” a pun? How? Why?

• How can he “go forth to conquer” if he is a “peace maker”?

• Is the Church on the earth at this time? How do we know?

• Is He alive today? How do we know?

• How can he be the “Seed of the Serpent”?

Join Chuck Missler as he looks at the first of the Five Horsemen.


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NATO, Pentagon chiefs discuss military budgets, terrorism

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎19 minutes agoGo to full article
FILE - In this Jan. 21, 2107 file photo, Joint Chiefs Chairman Gen. Joseph Dunford greets Defense Secretary James Mattis at the Pentagon. The Trump administration opened the door to cooperating with Russia “or anyone else” to combat the Islamic State group in Syria, suggesting it could reverse a previous refusal to coordinate military action with Moscow as long as it backs the Syrian government. (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)BRUSSELS (AP) — NATO's chief and new U.S. Defense Secretary James Mattis have discussed military spending and combating terrorism, the source of criticism of the alliance by President Donald Trump.

Pentagon chief vows 'unshakeable commitment' to NATO

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎46 minutes agoGo to full article
US Secretary of Defense James Mattis (R) arrives at the Pentagon on January 21, 2017On his first full day in office Mattis spoke by phone with NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg and his British and Canadian counterparts. Mattis "emphasized the United States' unshakeable commitment to NATO" in his call with British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon, Pentagon spokesman Jeff Davis said in a statement.

Push to save Pacific Rim trade deal after US exits TPP pact

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎2 hours agoGo to full article
FILE - In this Monday, Jan. 23, 2017 file photo, Vice President Mike Pence, left, and White House Chief of Staff Reince Priebus, right, watch as President Donald Trump shows off an executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact agreed to under the Obama administration in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. Several countries expressed hope Tuesday, Jan. 24, that the Trans-Pacific Partnership could be salvaged, after President Donald Trump's decision on a U.S. withdrawal from the trade pact left its future in serious jeopardy. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci, File)SYDNEY (AP) — President Donald Trump's decision to pull out of the Trans-Pacific Partnership, as promised, is prompting other member countries to seek ways to salvage the trade pact.

Israel mulls more administrative detentions, as numbers rise

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎3 hours agoGo to full article
In this Thursday, Jan. 5, 2017 photo, Palestinian Hamza Hamad,16, walks with his horse at his home, in the village of Silwad, east of the West Bank city of Ramallah. High school student Hamza Hamad spent 10 months in an Israeli jail for alleged links to the Islamic militant Hamas, but was never charged with a crime. The 16-year-old is one of the youngest among thousands of Palestinians who have been held in administrative detention in half a century of Israeli military occupation. (AP Photo/Majdi Mohammed)SILWAD, West Bank (AP) — High school student Hamza Hamad spent 10 months in an Israeli jail for alleged links to the Islamic militant Hamas group, but was never charged with a crime.

Trump to thrive in Year of the Cock

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎6 hours agoGo to full article
Feng shui masters such as Thierry Chow say the year of the rooster will be marked by arguments and aggressionUS president Donald Trump will strut through the Year of the Rooster, thriving as Hong Kong geomancers predict 2017 will be marked by the arguments and aggression -- characteristics attributed to the animal. With Trump at the top of the pecking order, the volatile traits of the rooster -- combined with the year's signature element of fire -- mean rocky times ahead, particularly in the western world, feng shui masters say. "The rooster likes to pick fights, loves to have verbal arguments and is combative," Hong Kong soothsayer Thierry Chow told AFP.

Supreme Court set for landmark Brexit ruling

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎8 hours agoGo to full article
The 11 Supreme Court judges are to rule on whether the British government has the right to kick-start the departure from the EU without parliamentary approvalThe 11 Supreme Court judges are expected to rule against the government in a move which could delay Prime Minister Theresa May triggering Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon Treaty, which would formally begin exit negotiations. Tuesday's decision follows a High Court ruling against the government in November, in a case which attracted protests and abuse against the lead claimant. "Things that were considered unacceptable are now acceptable," she told AFP ahead of the Supreme Court decision.

Brexit is opportunity to pull Europe closer together: EU official

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎8 hours agoGo to full article
President of the Group of the Alliance of Liberals and Democrats for Europe (ALDE) Verhofstadt attends the presentation of the candidates for the election to the office of the President at the European Parliament in StrasbourgBy Daniel Bases NEW YORK (Reuters) - The European Union Parliament's chief Brexit negotiator on Monday said Britain's decision to make a clean break from the EU was an opportunity to reform Europe and avoid a further breakdown in ties between its remaining member states. Former Belgian Prime Minister and member of the European Parliament Guy Verhofstadt also said the election of U.S. President Donald Trump, and what he views as Washington's move toward more protectionism, is a wake-up call for the EU. "The Brexit discussion is a good opportunity not only to discuss and negotiate a new agreement, a new partnership with Britain, but also to fix that now it is time to have a real government in Europe," Verhofstadt said in an interview with Reuters in New York while promoting his new book: "Europe's Last Chance." In June, Britons voted 52-48 percent to leave the EU, triggering a change of government leadership and the appointment of Theresa May as Prime Minister.

If Trump ends America's world leadership, who will step up?

‎Today, ‎January ‎24, ‎2017, ‏‎10 hours agoGo to full article
President Donald Trump signs an executive order to withdraw the U.S. from the 12-nation Trans-Pacific Partnership trade pact agreed to under the Obama administration, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017, in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington. (AP Photo/Evan Vucci)WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump's pursuit of an "America first" foreign policy is raising questions about who, if anyone, will fill the void if the U.S. relinquishes its traditional global leadership role. China and Russia are among the aspirants for greater economic and military influence, while an ambivalent Germany could emerge as the West's moral compass.

Ex-PM Valls fights outsider for French presidential nod

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎11:33:51 PMGo to full article
Benoit Hamon (left) will fight ex-prime minister Manuel Valls for the French Socialist presidential nominationThe final fight for the French Socialist presidential nomination got under way Monday, with ex-prime minister Manuel Valls lashing out at his leftist rival over a universal income plan he said would "ruin" the country. Former education minister Benoit Hamon will take on Valls in a run-off vote next Sunday after scoring a surprise win in the first round of a primary seen as a battle for the party's soul. Dismissed as a lightweight when the campaign began in December, Hamon -- who wants to tax robots and introduce a universal basic income -- surged from behind with a raft of innovative ideas.

France's Hollande says EU to talk trade with Pacific Alliance

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎11:12:16 PMGo to full article
France's President Hollande and his Colombian counterpart Santos talk during a welcome ceremony for Hollande outside the presidential palace in BogotaFrench President Francois Hollande said on Monday that he would seek to bolster trade and investment with the Pacific Alliance trade bloc in joint negotiations with the European Union. The Pacific Alliance, which includes Colombia, Chile, Mexico and Peru, is a vehicle aimed at increasing regional exports and attract investment from Asia. "France and Europe want to have a commercial relationship with the Pacific Alliance," Hollande said in a statement after signing agreements on tourism, education and security with his Colombia counterpart Juan Manuel Santos.

Merkel faces more Russian disinformation ahead of poll: source

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎10:11:47 PMGo to full article
German Chancellor Angela Merkel has come under increasing attack since 2015, especially over her decision to let nearly a million migrants into GermanyGerman Chancellor Angel Merkel will face an even broader Russian disinformation campaign ahead of elections this year, according to EU findings, a source close to the matter said Monday. The source, who asked not to be identified, told reporters that France and the Netherlands were also likely targets as they too go to the polls with populist, anti-EU figures strongly in the running after Donald Trump's upset US election victory. The source said the East StratCom Task Force set up in 2015 to combat a Russian disinformation campaign found Merkel had come under increasing attack last year, especially over her decision to let nearly a million migrants into Germany.

France FM in Saudi to reaffirm 'partnership'

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎9:23:52 PMGo to full article
French Minister of Foreign Affairs Jean-Marc Ayrault on his first ministerial visit to Saudi Arabia "will discuss the main regional issues, particularly the situations in Yemen, Iraq, Libya and Syria"France's Foreign Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault arrived in Saudi Arabia on Monday to reaffirm the allies' "strategic partnership", as European concerns mount over US President Donald Trump's foreign policies. Ayrault, on his first ministerial visit to the kingdom, "will discuss the main regional issues, particularly the situations in Yemen, Iraq, Libya and Syria", the French foreign ministry said in a statement.

Fate of Polish WWII museum unclear amid battle over history

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎9:12:14 PMGo to full article
A woman looks at an exhibit in the Museum of the Second World War, an ambitious new museum under creation for nine years has opened its doors for a day to historians, museums and reporters in Gdansk, Poland, on Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. (AP Photo/Czarek Sokolowski)GDANSK, Poland (AP) — It was supposed to be the first museum in the world to tell the story of World War II in its entirety by focusing on all the nations caught up in that global conflict. But it has fallen foul of changing political priorities in its Polish home, and as it opened its doors for the first time Monday, it's facing an uncertain future.

Hungarian PM hails Trump's 'America First' lead

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎8:45:02 PMGo to full article
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban was one of the few national leaders to openly support Trump's White House campaignHungarian strongman premier Viktor Orban on Monday hailed US President Donald Trump's "America First" pledge, saying it was a "gift" to other nations who could now follow suit. "This is a great thing: a great freedom and a great gift," the eurosceptic head of government added in a speech in Budapest. Orban, one of the few national leaders to openly support Trump's White House campaign, said the billionnaire's aggressively nationalist vow signalled a welcome return to a "bilateral" era, notably in economic and military matters.

UN, Nordic groups meet at Finland humanitarian aid to Syria

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎8:33:07 PMGo to full article
HELSINKI (AP) — As talks between the Syrian government and rebel factions continue in Kazakhstan, Nordic and United Nations aid groups are meeting in Finland to discuss the plight of civilians in the war that has killed hundreds of thousands and displaced half the country's population.

Balkan push for new coal-fired plants raises environmental concerns

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎8:22:35 PMGo to full article
To match Interview SERBIA-MINE/By Maja Zuvela SARAJEVO (Reuters) - A Chinese company began work on Monday on a $715 million expansion of a Serbian coal mine and a new power plant, part of a wave of investment in new coal-fired plants in the Balkans that is at odds with EU policy of reducing coal use. China Machinery and Engineering Corp's project to expand Kostolac, Serbia's second biggest coal mine, and build a new 350 megawatt (MW) unit at a nearby power plant is the first new electricity capacity built in Serbia in nearly 30 years. The investment, majority financed by China's Export Import Bank [EXIMC.UL], secured the future of the mine and power plant for half a century, he said.

CONCACAF trims Champions League from 24 teams to 16

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎7:45:53 PMGo to full article
MIAMI BEACH, Fla. (AP) — The CONCACAF Champions League will be cut from 24 teams to 16 next season, the group stage will be eliminated and the length of the tournament will be shortened from eight months to four.

France's presidential hopeful Fillon says Europe needs 'jolt'

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎7:41:55 PMGo to full article
Les Republicains (LR) party candidate for the French 2017 presidential election, Francois Fillon, gives a talk during his visit at the Konrad Adenauer Foundation in Berlin on January 23, 2017France's conservative presidential candidate Francois Fillon said Monday Europe needed a "jolt" to reform in light of new global threats to the old order, after talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel. Speaking in Berlin days after US President Donald Trump's inauguration and British Prime Minister Theresa May's speech outlining her country's EU exit plans, Fillon said Europe could no longer be complacent about prosperity or stability. "For decades we have been living under the illusion of perpetual peace," said Fillon, who polls predict would win the French election if it were held today.

Populist who called to end Nazi guilt can stay: German party

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎7:16:10 PMGo to full article
Bjoern Hoecke is chairman of the German rightwing populist party AfD in the central state of ThuringiaGerman rightwing populist party AfD decided Monday not to expel a leading member over a speech criticising Berlin's Holocaust memorial and urging the country to stop atoning for its Nazi past. The AfD (Alternative for Germany) executive board held a three-hour telephone conference in which it voted to instead impose unspecified "disciplinary measures" against Bjoern Hoecke, party chairman in the central state of Thuringia. "The board concludes that the statements made by Bjoern Hoecke in his Dresden speech on January 17 hurt the image of the party," it said in a statement.

France's Fillon tells Merkel Russia sanctions are pointless

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎7:13:18 PMGo to full article
Francois Fillon, member of Les Republicains political party and 2017 presidential candidate of the French centre-right, attends a political rally in NiceBy Sophie Louet BERLIN (Reuters) - European Union sanctions on Russia are pointless, the frontrunner in France's presidential election Francois Fillon said on Monday in Berlin, warning Russia and the United States under Donald Trump could forge links that exclude the EU. Speaking after meeting German Chancellor Angela Merkel, the conservative candidate said the EU was "despised by major powers" because of its divisions and must better defend its economic interests.

In Gambia, relief turns to anger at ex-leader's soft landing

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎7:07:39 PMGo to full article
A man walks near members of the regional ECOWAS force, in BanjulBy Tim Cocks BANJUL (Reuters) - Even before the cheers to celebrate the end of Yahya Jammeh's brutal 22-year rule of Gambia died down, there was fury that he was being allowed to flee into luxurious exile. Trader Aji Jagne, 32, had chanted "we are free" until her voice was hoarse on Sunday but by the end of the day, less than 24 hours after Jammeh flew out of the country and into exile, her toothy grin had disappeared. If he ever sets foot in Gambia again, we shall take him to the ICC," she said, referring to the International Criminal Court, from which Jammeh had planned to withdraw before his December 1 electoral defeat.

The Latest: London air pollution 'very high' for 1st time

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎6:05:31 PMGo to full article
The London landmark known as Big Ben is seen through fog and mist on a foggy day in London, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. Freezing fog covered the capital on Monday as cold weather conditions continued. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant)LONDON (AP) — The Latest on severe weather in Europe (all times local):

European police arrest 245 for arms trafficking

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎5:05:34 PMGo to full article
MADRID (AP) — Spanish police say a pan-European crackdown on illegal arms trafficking has resulted in 664 guns being seized and 245 people arrested in 11 countries.

Swiss asylum requests plunge 31 percent in 2016

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎4:55:40 PMGo to full article
Migrants from Eritrea wait for their meal at the former Auberge du Chalet-a-Gobet in LausanneRequests for asylum in Switzerland plunged by nearly a third to around 27,200 last year after authorities closed the Balkan land route used by thousands to flee hot spots in the Middle East, Asia and Africa, the SEM migration agency said on Monday. In December alone, requests for asylum fell 64 percent from a year earlier, bringing the full-year drop to 31 percent after the Balkan route was interrupted in March and Swiss authorities took a tough line on the border with Italy last summer. Neutral and landlocked Switzerland got just a fraction of the roughly 1.3 million requests for asylum across Europe last year as countries continued to process the wave of people that arrived in 2015, SEM said in a statement.

France's Fillon says Russia sanctions pointless, dialogue needed

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎3:41:03 PMGo to full article
Francois Fillon, member of Les Republicains political party and 2017 presidential candidate of the French centre-right, attends a political rally in NiceEuropean Union sanctions on Russia are pointless, the frontrunner in France's presidential election Francois Fillon said on Monday during a visit to Berlin, warning of a risk that Russia and the United States forge links that exclude the EU. Fillon said a gesture from Russia would be needed before sanctions could be lifted, adding that Ukraine was also not doing what it needed to do to ensure peace.

Emirates to launch second US flight stopping in Europe

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎3:31:16 PMGo to full article
DUBAI, United Arab Emirates (AP) — The Middle East's biggest airline is launching a new daily service between Dubai and Newark that will stop in the Greek capital, Athens.

Fight for the right: Dutch PM says integrate or leave

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎3:23:48 PMGo to full article
AfD (Alternative for Germany) chairwoman Frauke Petry, right, Far-right leader and candidate for next spring presidential elections Marine le Pen from France, center, and Dutch populist anti-Islam lawmaker Geert Wilders stand together after their speechesat a meeting of European Nationalists in Koblenz, Germany, Saturday, Jan. 21, 2017. (AP Photo/Michael Probst)THE HAGUE, Netherlands (AP) — Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte sought to lure voters away from anti-immigration lawmaker Geert Wilders, as campaigning for the March 15 national elections heated up on Monday.

Hungary's Orban praises Trump's 'end of multilateralism'

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎2:41:16 PMGo to full article
Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orban addresses Lamfalussy Lectures Conference organized by the Hungarian central bank, the National Bank of Hungary, in a hotel in Budapest, Hungary, Monday, Jan. 23, 2017. (Szilard Koszticsak/MTI via AP)BUDAPEST, Hungary (AP) — President Donald Trump's position that all countries have the right to put their own interests first was the key phrase of his inaugural address, the prime minister of Hungary said Monday.

French presidential hopeful Valls suggests tax on US imports

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎2:05:00 PMGo to full article
Candidate for the French left's presidential primaries ahead of the 2017 presidential election and former Prime Minister, Manuel Valls, addresses his supporters at his headquarters in Paris, France, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. Partial results suggest that Manuel Valls, a center-leaning former prime minister who rallied France together after extremist attacks, will confront stalwart Socialist Benoit Hamon in the country's left-wing presidential primary runoff next week. (AP Photo/Zacharie Scheurer)PARIS (AP) — France's presidential hopeful Manuel Valls, who seeks the Socialist nomination, has pledged to tax U.S. imports if President Donald Trump pulls his country out of the global climate deal reached in Paris in 2015.

Gulf-backed Yemeni forces push into Red Sea coast city: officials

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎1:50:46 PMGo to full article
Members of the Yemeni army ride on the back of military trucks near the Red Sea coast city of al-MokhaYemeni army forces backed by Gulf Arabs fought their way into the Red Sea coast city of al-Mokha on Monday, military officials said, pushing out Iran-allied Houthi militia. A military coalition led by Saudi Arabia intervened in Yemen's civil war nearly two years ago to back President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi after he was ousted from the capital Sanaa by Houthi forces. The so-called National Army loyal to Hadi entered the port area on Mokha's southwestern edge, an army official said.

Shallow water still hinders Rhine and Danube shipping in Germany

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎12:14:29 PMGo to full article
Shallow water after dry weather in the past month is again preventing cargo vessels from sailing fully loaded on the Rhine and Danube rivers in Germany, traders said on Monday. All of the Rhine and Danube in Germany are too shallow for normal sailings, with some barges in central Germany only able to sail 20 to 30 percent full, they said.

Above normal temperatures for most of Europe Feb-April: The Weather Company

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎11:40:46 AMGo to full article
Most of Europe, except for Britain and the Iberian region, is expected to experience above normal temperatures from February to April, The Weather Company said on Monday. "As has been the case since October, the bulk of the cold has been east-focused in January, with southeastern Europe getting the worst of it with extreme cold and very heavy snows," said Todd Crawford, chief meteorologist at The Weather Company. "We expect that the evolving subseasonal signal should allow for warming/drying across southern Europe as we head into early February, with the strong westerly North Atlantic flow shifting the focus of the wet weather to the U.K. and Scandinavia for at least a couple of weeks," he added.

Cyprus coffee shop provides common ground for peace

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎11:28:51 AMGo to full article
Students take a Turkish class at the Home for Cooperation cafe situated in the UN-patrolled buffer zone dividing the Mediterranean island of Cyprus on January 11, 2017Between two checkpoints in Europe's last divided capital a coffee shop provides a venue for Greek and Turkish Cypriots to overcome their differences and dream of a shared future. To sip coffee at the Home Cafe, visitors must first show their identity papers to border police to enter the UN-patrolled buffer zone that runs across Nicosia and the rest of the island. The idea was to create a space in the buffer zone that is part of Cypriot civilian life, says Hayriye Ruzgar, communications officer for Home for Cooperation, a community centre where the coffee shop is located.

Leading French candidate: Europe needs new military alliance

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎11:00:39 AMGo to full article
PARIS (AP) — Conservative French presidential hopeful Francois Fillon, worried about the direction of the new U.S. government, wants a new European military alliance to protect the continent and fight Islamic extremism.

Heathrow Airport cancels 100 flights due to fog

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎9:50:21 AMGo to full article
A British Airways passenger aircraft flies through low cloud as it prepares to land at Heathrow airport in west LondonLONDON (Reuters) - Heathrow Airport [FERHT.UL] said it had canceled approximately 100 out of about 1,300 scheduled flights on Monday as foggy weather reduced visibility at Europe's busiest hub. The airport, located to the west of London, operates at full capacity meaning it struggles to fit in its full schedule when weather conditions mean aircraft need to leave longer gaps on the runway. "Some passengers may experience disruption to their journeys today," Heathrow Airport said in a statement on Monday. ...

Outsider and ex-PM to vie for French leftwing presidential nod

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎5:07:26 AMGo to full article
French former minister and candidate for the left-wing primaries, Benoit Hamon, poses at a polling station on January 22, 2017 in Trappes, southwest of ParisLeftwing outsider Benoit Hamon will fight former prime minister Manuel Valls for the French Socialist presidential nomination next Sunday after winning the first round of the party's primary. Hamon was not considered a serious contender when the campaign began in December but the 49-year-old former education minister put himself in the driving seat with what he called a "message of hope and renewal". With Europe shifting to the right and the deeply unpopular President Francois Hollande ruling himself out, the Socialist primary has been billed as a fight for the party's soul with a left-leaning faction represented by Hamon battling Valls' centrist camp.

Ashton says England exile sparked Toulon move

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎3:20:06 AMGo to full article
By signing with Toulon, Chris Ashton will not be able to play for England after coach Eddie Jones upheld Rugby Football Union's longstanding policy of refusing to select overseas-based players for international dutyChris Ashton has said the combination of his ongoing England exile and his treatment by rugby's disciplinary authorities prompted his decision to leave Saracens for Toulon. The wing scored the only try of the match as Saracens beat the French side 10-3 in the pool phase of the European Champions Cup on Saturday. Victory at their Allianz Park ground in north London saw reigning European champions Saracens book a home quarter-final, although a star-studded Toulon will still join them in the last eight despite this defeat.

Monaco thrashes Lorient 4-0 to go top; Lyon beats Marseille

‎Yesterday, ‎January ‎23, ‎2017, ‏‎12:19:33 AMGo to full article
Lyon's Rafael Pereira Da Silva celebrates with teammates after Lacazette scored a goal against Marseille during their French League One soccer match in Decines, near Lyon, central France, Sunday, Jan. 22, 2017. (AP Photo/Laurent Cipriani)PARIS (AP) — After yet another ruthless display of attacking football, free-scoring Monaco moved to the top of the French league and padded out its huge goal difference following a 4-0 home win against Lorient on Sunday.

Over 15,000 Romanians protest against amnesty bill

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎11:12:20 PMGo to full article
A woman holds a placard reading "Justice not Corruption" during a protest against government corruption in Bucharest January 22, 2017More than 15,000 Romanians, including President Klaus Iohannis, protested across Romania Sunday against controversial decrees that will pardon corrupt politicians and decriminalise other offences. The social-democratic government of Prime Minister Sorin Grindeanu published two emergency decrees on Wednesday that will set free inmates serving sentences of up to five years for non-violent crimes. Grindeanu wants to implement the measures through emergency ordinances that would bypass parliament and would not require Iohannis' signature.

Partial results: Valls, Hamon advance in French primary

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎11:07:41 PMGo to full article
Partial results: Valls, Hamon advance in French primaryPARIS (AP) — Manuel Valls, a center-leaning former prime minister who rallied France together after extremist attacks, will confront stalwart Socialist Benoit Hamon in the country's left-wing presidential primary runoff next week.

Israel says global anti-Semitism on the rise

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎9:05:14 PMGo to full article
A report by the Israeli government linked the rise of anti-Semitic incidents in Europe to the growing popularity of extreme right-wing parties thereThe Israeli government on Sunday reported a global increase in anti-Semitic incidents in 2016, citing sharp rises in Germany, Britain and the United States compared with the previous year. "We have seen an increase in the number of anti-semitic incidents in the world, ranging from anti-semitic insults, especially on social networks, to physical assaults," said a 54-page report published by the diaspora affairs ministry ahead of Friday's international Holocaust remembrance day. It said that the number of incidents reported in Germany was up 50 percent, while Britain showed a 62 percent rise and on US university campuses there were 42 percent more complaints.

Divided French Socialists vote for presidential candidate

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎8:45:48 PMGo to full article
French Prime Minister Manuel Valls quit his cabinet and was the favourite to win the socialist presidential nomination when the seven candidates began campaigningSupporters of France's fractured Socialists voted Sunday to choose a presidential candidate with the party in danger of being reduced to also-rans as Europe shifts to the right. The two-round primary is viewed as a crucial test of the Socialists' ability to re-invent themselves, with their outgoing flagbearer President Francois Hollande deeply unpopular after five years in office. The presidential election in April and May is shaping up as a three-way battle between conservative ex-premier Francois Fillon, far-right leader Marine Le Pen and Emmanuel Macron, the 39-year-old former economy minister who is stealing the headlines from his former Socialist government colleagues.

Germany must ready for turbulent times under Trump: foreign minister

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎7:12:46 PMGo to full article
German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier attends a news conference after a meeting in ParisGermany must brace itself for turbulent times under U.S. President Donald Trump, Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier said on Sunday, adding that free trade and trans-Atlantic cooperation to fight extremism and terrorism were key for Berlin. Steinmeier, who in August said Trump was a "Hassprediger" or "hate preacher", wrote in the mass-circulation Bild newspaper that some members of the new U.S. administration understand the importance of allies like Germany. "I know, we must prepare ourselves for turbulent times, unpredictability and uncertainty," Steinmeier said.

British leader to meet with Trump to discuss trade, NATO

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎5:37:04 PMGo to full article
Britain's Prime Minister Theresa May delivers a speech on leaving the European Union at Lancaster House in London, Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2017. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, pool)LONDON (AP) — British Prime Minister Theresa May said Sunday she plans to discuss free trade and the importance of the NATO military alliance when she becomes the first foreign leader to meet with U.S. President Donald Trump in Washington.

UK PM May promises frank talk with Trump after women protest

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎4:35:19 PMGo to full article
May arrives at the BBC's Broadcasting House in LondonBy Kylie MacLellan LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Theresa May promised on Sunday to challenge any "unacceptable" talk when she meets President Donald Trump later this week, as she tries to secure Britain's "special relationship" with the new U.S. administration. May, Britain's second female premier, made the comments after thousands of women marched in London on Saturday to protest about Trump's attitude to women, joining demonstrations held in major cities across the globe. May indicated she would not shy away from any difficult issues, when asked about the controversy over Trump's comments on women.

May braces for new Brexit battle over court ruling

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎4:03:16 PMGo to full article
Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon treaty, beginning two years of divorce talks, by the end of MarchBritish Prime Minister Theresa May faces a landmark court ruling on Tuesday that could put a dent in her Brexit plans by handing control of the process to restive lawmakers. The Supreme Court will decide whether she can use her executive power to begin formal talks on leaving the EU, or whether she must seek prior approval from parliament. The 11 judges are widely expected to back an earlier High Court ruling that the magnitude of Brexit means the process to instigate it can only be introduced through formal legislation.

Women lead unprecedented worldwide mass protests against Trump

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎3:44:05 PMGo to full article
Hundreds of thousands march down Pennsylvania Avenue during the Women's March in WashingtonHundreds of thousands of women filled the streets of major American cities to lead an unprecedented wave of international protests against President Donald Trump, mocking and denouncing the new U.S. leader the day after his inauguration. Women activists, outraged by Trump's campaign rhetoric and behavior they found to be especially misogynistic, spearheaded scores of marches in the United States and sympathy rallies around the world on Saturday. Organizers said they drew nearly 5 million protesters in all, far surpassing crowd expectations.

New Bulgaria president pledges post to continuity, democracy

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎12:42:28 PMGo to full article
SOFIA, Bulgaria (AP) — Rumen Radev has assumed office as Bulgaria's new president after an inauguration ceremony in front of the landmark Alexander Nevski cathedral in Sofia.

In challenge to Trump, women protesters swarm streets across U.S.

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎7:12:21 AMGo to full article
Madonna performs at the Women's March in WashingtonHundreds of thousands of women, many with husbands, boyfriends and children in tow, filled the streets of several major U.S. cities on Saturday in an unprecedented wave of mass protests against President Donald Trump the day after his inauguration. Women activists, galvanized by Trump campaign rhetoric and behavior they found to be especially misogynistic, spearheaded scores of U.S. marches and sympathy rallies around the world that organizers said drew nearly 5 million protesters in all. The demonstrations, far surpassing crowd expectations, highlighted strong discontent over Trump's comments and policy positions toward a wide range of groups, including Mexican immigrants, Muslims, the disabled and environmentalists.

May braces for new Brexit battle over court ruling

‎Sunday, ‎January ‎22, ‎2017, ‏‎6:06:10 AMGo to full article
Prime Minister Theresa May has promised to trigger Article 50 of the EU's Lisbon treaty, beginning two years of divorce talks, by the end of MarchBritish Prime Minister Theresa May faces a landmark court ruling on Tuesday that could put a dent in her Brexit plans by handing control of the process to restive lawmakers. The Supreme Court will decide whether she can use her executive power to begin formal talks on leaving the EU, or whether she must seek prior approval from parliament. The 11 judges are widely expected to back an earlier High Court ruling that the magnitude of Brexit means the process to instigate it can only be introduced through formal legislation.





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Siege of Vienna

Join Gordon Robertson as he travels to Vienna, Austria, to explore the first attempt by the Islamic Ottoman Empire to invade the city of Vienna. With prayer and creativity, the city’s outnumbered Christian army defeated the vast Ottoman forces at the height of their power and singlehandedly stopped the march of Islam through Europe.





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Death of Discernment Intro - Ron Matsen

In this segment, Ron Matsen discusses signs of the end times. This segment comes from the "Death of Deiscernment" briefing pack published by Koinon...

Of all the end-time themes discussed in the Bible—such as global disasters (Mt 24), the rise of the global super-state, the identity of the Antichrist, the mark of the beast, and the Magog invasion (Ezek 38-39)—“deception and apostasy in the church” is listed more times than any other end-time “sign of the times.”

Are we currently living in the Age of Apostasy? Ron Matsen explores the evidence and causes of apostasy and provides an antidote for apostasy in this timely study

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Are we now IN the Age of Apostasy?
Indicators of Decline
• Church Attendance: Church attendance in Eng­land as a percentage of the population (both Protestant and Catholics are included in these figures):
1970 13.3%
1980 11.1%
1990 9.4%
2000 7.2%
2010 5.3%
• Decline in Biblical Literacy: In England, The Portsmouth News, 13 April 2001, asked 50 members of church clergy about their congregation’s beliefs: 48% “Did not believe in the physical resurrection of Jesus” and 60% “believed that the spirit of Easter had been lost in favour of bunnies and Easter eggs.”
Cause for this Decline?
We will examine three causes—all three have an ex­ample in the history of Israel.
For whatever things were written before were written for our learning, that we through the patience and comfort of the Scriptures might have hope.
Romans 15:4

Weathering the Coming Storm

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Dr. Chuck Missler, an internationally known business executive, outlines our current economic predicament and defensive steps you can take to lessen the impact of the impending economic crisis. As a Bible teacher for over 30 years with a ministry reaching over 40 countries, Chuck shares some key strategies to prepare yourself spiritually and practically.

Is the World facing another major economic upheaval?

What is the best strategy to protect your family in times of economic uncertainty?

The Church has enjoyed a relatively peaceful existence in the West for a few centuries but the with the coming persecution, how do we go about organizing home study and home-church?

Soul Survival – Keeping your “lamp full” during the hard times ahead.

Join Dr. Chuck Missler and Ron Matsen in the Executive Brie fing Room of
The River Lodge, New Zealand, in an intensive summary outlining what lies
ahead and how we can prepare for the coming storm.

Runtime: Approx. 5 hours

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Unconditional Covenants - Chuck MIssler







"I know thy works, and tribulation and poverty, (but thou art rich) and I know the blasphemy of them which say they are Jews, and are not, but are the synagogue of Satan."
The most wealthy bloodline in the world bar none and the leader of the Ashkenazi Jews in the world today is the Rothschild family.  As you will see in the timeline, the Rothschilds have obtained this position through lies, manipulation and murder.  Their bloodline also extends into the Royal Families of Europe, and the following family names:  Astor; Bundy; Collins; duPont; Freeman; Kennedy; Morgan; Oppenheimer; Rockefeller; Sassoon; Schiff; Taft; and Van Duyn.





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