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Although Skillet is one of the best-known Christian rock bands ever, I only became aware of them when John Cooper, the band’s longtime frontman, wrote a strong response to former Hillsong worship leader Marty Sampson.
Since then, John and I have become close friends, often interacting about the compromised state of so much of the contemporary church.
In fact, Skillet’s great song “The Resistance” is the theme music for my daily broadcast In The Line of Fire.
Scientists excavating a large boat-shaped mound in the eastern mountains of Turkey have announced their tests on the rock and soil samples they collected at the site indicate humans were living at the site 5,000 years ago—the same time frame that some biblical scholars link to the Great Flood from the Bible’s Old Testament book of Genesis.
The research team from three Turkish and American universities has been investigating the theory that the geologic formation is actually the ruins of Noah’s Ark.
According to the test results, there were human activities in the region from 5,550 to 3,000 BC, according to Arkeonews. The mound exists in the Ararat region which was known as Urartu in the ancient past.
Most people don’t realize this, but we just witnessed one of the most pivotal moments in human history.
IDF forces have entered Gaza and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu is calling this a “second war of independence.” The battle against Hamas will be long and bloody, and Netanyahu is absolutely determined to wipe the terrorists out. But this conflict will not just be limited to Israel and Hamas.
In a previous article, I discussed the fact that while he was still alive Henry Gruver was shown that “when Israel sends troops into Gaza, it will be a sign the Middle East War has started.” I believe that prophecy has now been fulfilled. And please note that he did not say that “a Middle East war” would start once IDF forces entered Gaza. Rather, he used the phrase “the Middle East War,” which implies that this is going to be a big one.
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