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Deliverance minister Vlad Savchuk says, as human beings, it is extremely possible that we can be deceived by our feelings.
The concept is explained well in Deuteronomy 4:19, which reads, “And beware, lest you lift up your eyes to heaven, and when you see the sun, and the moon, and the stars, even all the host of heaven, you are led astray and worship them, and serve them, that which the Lord your God has allotted to all nations under the whole heaven; the Lord your God has allotted to all the peoples under the whole heaven.”
“When we direct our focus from the Creator to the creation, we can find ourselves being driven—feeling driven—to do certain things that are actually not from the Lord,” Savchuk said in a recent video. “The Bible says it is possible to be driven by your feelings and feel a sense of urge, an impulse, a sense of drive, a sense of ‘man, I feel like this is what I need to do.’ And those things might not be from the Lord. In fact, they could be contrary to the Lord.”
The host of “Jeopardy!,” Mayim Bialk said in a lengthy post to TikTok that “nothing has prepared” her for the rampant antisemitism she’s seen in the wake of Hamas’ deadly attack on Israel.
The Jewish-American actor and TV personality’s 10-minute video was shared on X. In it, Bialik said there is “no excuse” for anti-Semitic behavior in the U.S., calling it “unacceptable.”
“Imagine if there was a massacre of an ethnic group or a religious group, the equivalent of 50,000 Americans,” she said. “And imagine if what happened after that was that, all over the world, there were marches of tens of thousands of people calling for further massacre of those people. … That’s what it feels like right now as a Jewish person.
Mosab Hassan Yousef is the son of a founding leader of Hamas who converted to Christianity and is now speaking against the terrorist organization in light of the war in Israel.
In an interview on Fox News, he said that this group isn’t interested in supplying the Palestinian people with greater freedom and aid. Instead, he says the ultimate goal of Hamas is to destroy the Jewish people and make Israel an Islamic state.
“Back in 1996 when I spent about a year and a half in Megiddo prison, you know they killed so many Palestinian people at that time and this is when I decided that I cannot be together with this movement. In fact, I asked myself a question: What if they become a ruling party at some point? What will they do if they succeed in destroying Israel and building their state? What will they do? They will kill our people,” Yousef said.
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