Category: Signs of Our Times, Culture, Apostasy and Influencers

Message from Medjugorje March 2, 2020

Your pure and sincere love draws my motherly heart. Your faith and trust in the Heavenly Father are fragrant roses which you offer to me-the most beautiful bouquets of roses which consist of your prayers, acts of mercy and of love. Apostles of my love, you who sincerely and with a pure heart strive to

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“Violence has to be restored” Archbishop Sheen’s Warning of a Crisis in Christendom

With a saintly long-ranging spiritual vision, Bishop Sheen saw the roots of today’s crisis firmly planted and growing in 1974, but gave us an antidote. “First of all, we are at the end of Christendom,” Bishop Fulton Sheen solemnly said during a television show in 1974. “Now not Christianity, not the Church. Remember what I

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Super Bowl Controversy | A Biblical Answer to How Christians Ought to Respond

Here’s why answers like “Just don’t watch it,” “Stop participating in it,” and “Turn it off,” are NOT HELPFUL in the dialogue of debate in how Christians in particular should respond to criticism of last Sunday’s Super Bowl Halftime Show: it’s just NOT BIBLICAL. Just ask the Team Chaplain for the Kansas City Chiefs, Catholic

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The Danger Against Playing Church, Playing God: Bethel Responds to #WakeUpOlive

“The reason Jesus raised the dead is because not everyone dies in God’s timing. Jesus could tell, and He would interrupt that funeral, He would interrupt that process that some would just call the sovereignty of God. And He’d raise the little girl, he’d raise the adult person from the dead.” That’s the reason Bill

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When God Says ‘No’ #WakeUpOlive Bethel Worship Leaders’ Call for ‘Resurrection Life’ Miracle Leads to Questions of Faith

Asking God for a Dead Raising Miracle According to a CBN article and various Instagram posts, Bethel worship leader Kalley Heiligenthal has called upon the global church to pray for her young daughter, Olive, who died over the weekend. Heiligenthal and her husband, Andrew, are believing that their daughter can be raised back to life

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