The New Holocaust has started and the doors of Europe and United States are closing

Keith Davies Executive Director of Rescue Christians

I was on the phone today with Yankel Barry a fellow Jew who also happens to be a liberal who runs an organization called Global Village which operates mainly out of Bulgaria and saves the lives of Middle Eastern refugees and has saved about 1200 people over the last few years. Yankel is a very wealthy man with a net worth in the multiple millions, he was one of the developers of the Atlantis Resort in the Bahamas. He uses only his own money to save Christian and non-Christian refugees, does not request funds from foundations or the public, and he burns through millions of dollars each month trying to save people. He does this as a full time job. Yankel meets with leaders of many countries and had a very depressing message; he told me that Europe is now trying to close its doors to all refugees. As ISIS, the Taliban, Boka Haram, Al Shabab, the Muslim Brotherhood and other Muslim terror groups are murdering people by the thousands each week, Europe is closing its doors and trying to change the rules of asylum. The USA and Canada are also ambivalent to the crisis of this silent Holocaust. History is repeating itself, the West who have allowed the fundamentalist Muslims take over with their weak and stupid policies, which have strengthened the evil ones, while weakening the moderating forces in the Middle East. Now they abrogate their humanity by closing the door to desperate people who are under the yoke of Islam. The History of the 1930s and 40s is now repeating itself to the nth degree, which includes a media that ignores the issue of persecution, a state department that is as evil as it was in World War 2, when it deliberately prevented Jewish refugees from coming to the USA as well as the appeasement of Islam, like we appeased Hitler and the Nazis.

Yankel Barry

Yankel Barry

El sisi of Egypt is a moderating force yet the United States still supports the Muslim Brotherhood as the legitimate government of Egypt, and Turkey wishes to undermine El sisi. If Turkey takes over Egypt which we believe they will, the Coptic community will suffer unbelievable persecution, which will see more Christians murdered than Jews were murdered in World War 2 just in Egypt alone. Officially there are nine million Coptic Christians in Egypt but we believe the figure is closer to eighteen million, most of these Christians are at risk of being murdered over the next five to ten years.

The same problem is in Pakistan, where there is officially about three million Christians, but the unofficial figure we know is closer to ten million. There is a strong possibility that within the not too distant future ISIS or the Taliban will take the political and military power in Pakistan and we are then looking at many millions of murdered Christians. We are looking at a Holocaust for Christians that will lead to the death of fifty to seventy million people. This is an unimaginable number that will happen in this era based on the policies, the weakness and the dereliction of humanity. As long as we continue to deceive ourselves that Islam is a peaceful religion, as long as health and wealth permeates the American church, as long as our material avariciousness overtakes our willingness to defeat evil, this looming horrific holocaust has started and will gather steam over the next few years.

Our organization as well as Yankel Barry’s organization have received total rejection (no help, just slap on back, “you are doing a great job”) from the political leaders of the world, the current Pope, the Christian coalitions in Canada and the USA, as well as countless large churches. Yankel Barry’s support is based on his own wealth, and our work has been financed by the generosity of individuals in America and around the world, along with a few small churches. The world is plunging into a very dark era, but we need to show the light in the darkness and do what we can to save as many as we can.

Peter Bergson

Peter Bergson

One of the people that inspires us is a man named Peter Bergson (real name Hillel Kook) who faced down a cowardly Jewish establishment and with dogged determination saved hundreds of thousands of his Jewish brethren as well as helped Raul Wallenberg to save 100,000 Jews.

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  • Trevor

    Yes, this is World War II all over again.

    And I just read a report out of Israel from a ISIS’ caliphate rebel leader in Israel who boastfully proclaim that ISIS will have control of Israel within 8 years, falling within Walid’s prediction of a full-blown Turkic caliphate within 2023.

    http://www.timesofisrael.com/israeli-is-leader-says-caliphate-will-rule-over-jews/

    May God help us who are desperately trying to warn people.

    • Eric

      Trevor, like I was telling my Ma earlier, this entire middle eastern war that has been going on for the past decade is just a prelude to WWIII. Although I have too many physical ailments to enlist in the army, I can fight in other ways, through teaching and pointing others in the other directions. Despite my physical limitations, God’s allowing me to be a Warrior in a different sense–I may not be a soldier physically on the battlefield, but I’ll certainly be a Spiritual one.

      • Grandmere

        Eric. Remember my proverb about the horses and the ants. I will call you “Young War Horse” from now on.

        • Eric

          Thank you, Grandmere. 🙂

        • j7hancock

          Grandmere, vous etes Francaise? I would like to hear your proverb if you are willing to share.

          • RodK1975

            Je veux une chaussure avec fromage… Ok, I don’t know French… ;-))

          • Grandmere

            The shoeing of the horses refers to passing on knowledge and wisdom. The ants refers to little children. Viola!

          • RodK1975

            :-)) Muchisimas gracias, Grandmere!

          • Grandmere

            De nada, me amigo en Jesus. Feliz Navidad Y vaya con Dios.

          • j7hancock

            What you said in French was: I want a shoe with cheese. LOL! So close. Swiss cheese is le fromage suisse, or you could say du fromage suisse.

          • RodK1975

            It was an old joke I heard 20 years ago, a guy walks into a french restaurant and says that and the waiter brings him a tennis shoe with cheese on it :-)).

          • j7hancock

            I never heard that. He sounds like a weird individual. Lol!

          • RodK1975

            It wasn’t a real event, it just a joke these guys made up on this morning radio show I use to listen to, it was a character on the show.

          • Grandmere

            Fromage? This is why I didn’t want to go there. I heard the proverb from a native speaker of Farsi. He gave me the translation, minus the cheese! In the immortal words of Shakespere, “Oh what fools these mortals be.”

          • j7hancock

            LOL!

          • Grandmere

            I don’t want to down load a translator. To repeat the proverb. When they were shoeing the horses the ants put there feet up too. Refers to smart kids who excel in wisdom and knowledge.

          • j7hancock

            Oh sorry, since you have grandmere as your name, I wondered if you speak French. I do, but I also speak Spanish. So if you are Spanish then that will work too.

          • Grandmere

            My name comes from the many years on the bayou. I tell my grandchildren, “If we ever get separated at the pumpkin patch, etc. all you have to do is stand still and call “Grandmere” at the top of your voice. All the “Mimis” will carry on while I will come for you”. They love the sound of ” Grandmere”.

          • j7hancock

            Me too!

          • Grandmere

            C’est bon mon cher!

          • RodK1975

            On the bayou… In Louisiana?

          • Grandmere

            Yes!!! My oldest son has webbed feet. Born in Terre Bon parish. Have you ever had boudin? My husband and youngest son were born in the city that care forgot. I am the yankee – born in Monroe. What a people! What a culture! What a faith!

          • RodK1975

            No, I’ve never had boudin, but I’m sure I’d love it, I love bread. My dad was in the Navy in the early 60’s and was stationed in NOLA. He loved it there back then.

          • Grandmere

            All of our recipes start this way – First make a roux! LOL

          • RodK1975

            LOL… then add onions, peppers and celery 😉

          • Grandmere

            Well, we do refer to the onions, peppers and celery as the trinity.

          • j7hancock

            I see. It seems like I have heard that before – a long time ago..

          • susan

            How very interesting Grandmere! Can you explain more of this proverb?

          • Grandmere

            The shoeing of the horses refers to passing down wisdom and knowledge. The ants are children who eagerly receive such wisdom.

      • RodK1975

        Don Eric, you have literally taken the words right out of my brain. Let’s pray that God will see fit to give us both, and all His children suffering from physical ailments, the stamina to “stand up” and be heard, even if we can’t physically stand up!

        • Eric

          Rod, I agree. Growing up with all my issues–my severe Stuttering, Mild Cerebral Palsy, and so on, my parents never treated me any different, and furthermore, took care of me in ways that would mean I would have a normal life as possible. Sure, I can’t drive, do a triple back-flip, or say speeches in 30 seconds, but I can run, play the piano, sing, and write very well. My Mom always told me that God allowed me to have such ailments–I have three that have been documented–for a specific purpose, to help mold me into what He needs me to do. Like Ma would tell me–and still does– “Eric, God didn’t allow you to have these afflictions for no reason, or as a punishment like most people would think. But rather, He allowed you to have these things so that He might shine through you easier, and secondly, He knew that you were strong enough to handel them.”

          • RodK1975

            You have a brilliant mom. I had a tough time growing up too, not because of my present problems with RA, but other reasons. I had no friends and spent most of my school years being picked on and beat up and blah blah blah. I could go into detail but it’s not necessary. I hated the way I was treated when it was happening and often wondered why. But now, looking back, I’m so glad God allowed it because it shaped me into who I am now.

          • Eric

            Rod, I’m sorry that you were bullied as a child. I was fortunate not to. God’s blessed me with a lot of friends, and I think part of the reason I avoided bullying was because my Mom homschooled me after the first grade, due to the fact that my issues were proving hard for me in a public school environment, and secondly, she wanted me–and my brother a year later–to avoid the liberalistic/Evolution indoctrination that goes in in schools these days. My Mom’s a scholar of the Word, and my Dad is a doer, he’s all about action. I’ve learned both.

          • RodK1975

            Hey Bro, don’t be sorry. I’m not. I’m glad it happened like it did. It made me look to the Word for comfort and help and like I said before, it made me who I am today. Typically, there are two ways to respond to life’s challenges. You either get bitter and blame God or you have faith that God uses all things to the good of those that love the Lord and are called according to His purpose. Option two is always a winner!

          • Eric

            Yep. Option two is always best. In my mind, it’s useless to get bitter because it’s only temporary; 100 years on this earth will seem like nothing in comparison to Eternity in Heaven without any of the afflictions. 🙂

          • RodK1975

            I couldn’t have said it better!

          • Eric

            When I think about it, Rod, worse things could have happened; I could have been blind, not able to walk at all, not have been able to talk at all. Heck, I could have died. In fact, since I was born at 26 weeks, the doctor told my parents not to get their hopes up or even be happy that I was there because most premature babies of that age die. I didn’t. Sure, I needed to stay in the Intensive care unit for three months, but I am fine and perfectly healthy, strong, and fully functional today. Sure, I have a few issues, but I have a lot to be thankful for, all things considered.

          • RodK1975

            You’re exactly right, Eric… I thank God every day that rolls by that I was born to two parents that believe and took me to church and taught me to love Jesus.

          • Eric

            Precisely. And the thing was, my parents never doubted that I would make it. Never. That’s faith in action. My mom says I’m a Miracle Baby.

          • RodK1975

            I agree with your mom, Don Eric 🙂

          • Eric

            And considering that my twin sister has passed away beforehand, that showed faith all their more, and made the fact that I survived even more miraculous. We’ve got an Angel waiting up in heaven. That was her name. And we know she’s waiting up there for the rest of us. 🙂

          • RodK1975

            Well, I hope she’s playing with my two nephews, Eric, it’ll be good to see them all one day!

          • momprayn

            Eric/Rod – now I thought of this song. It was written from a vision this man allegedly had of heaven – in the “throne room” – of angels everywhere singing “Holy, Holy, Holy” and “Worthy, Worthy, Worthy” over and over again.
            When my cousin (very devout Christian) was dying of cancer recently in another state, I was praying for her and playing worship music, noting the time. Later that day they informed me she had died and the time I remembered that I was playing this song was at the time she died unbeknownst to me….. yes, she was indeed in the presence of angels.
            This was recorded live at a special “revival” meeting in 2008. Not all will like the style or voice probably, but it’s for “whosoever”…..enjoy – I think it’s highly anointed.

            In the Presence of Angels (with lyrics)


            This is a realm of Your glory
            This is a realm of Your grace
            I can feel Your mighty power
            It is moving in this place

            We’re in the presence of angels
            With God’s glory on their wings
            Like the voice of many waters
            I can hear the angels sing

            Holy, holy, holy, holy
            Worthy, worthy, worthy, worthy
            Glory, glory, glory, glory

            This is a realm of Your glory
            This is a realm of Your grace
            All my heart’s desire is to see Your face

          • RodK1975

            Thanks for that, Momprayn… it’s kinda funny you posted that. My mind races a thousand miles an hour and when I have trouble getting my mind settled so I can pray, I’ll begin praying

            “Holy, Holy, Holy Lord God Almighty, which was and is and is to come. Thou art worthy O Lord to receive glory and honor and power, for Thou hast created all things for Thy pleasure they are and were created.”

          • momprayn

            Thanks – makes me happy to hear that…..8-)

          • Eric

            I hope so too. And it certainly will. She’s probably with my grandfather at the moment, watching him play fetch with our German Shepherd that passed a year after he did, two days before he did.

          • Grandmere

            Press on Young War Horse to the high calling. A crown awaits, oh valiant one.

          • Eric

            Thanks, Grandmere. I will! 🙂

          • j7hancock

            For a time, I had a similar experience. I was different, VERY different. Still am. Very misunderstood a lot. It did hurt my feelings and affect me, but it has taught me to learn to die to what others think in so many ways.

          • RodK1975

            Yeah, J… it was just a perfect storm for me… we weren’t really “poor” but not well off as most of the other kids in school were, I was overweight as a kid, plus I was really shy and a loner and as much as I tried to “disappear” I sort of became an easy target. The sad part is when you get to the point that you hate yourself. It taught me a lot of things though. I made the mistake for YEARS thinking that everyone was as kindhearted and innocent as I was, I mean, when you’re a kid you think everyone is raised like you are and when you’re raised by the Bible and taught to love others and be kind to others and behave and help and be nice to others because you want them to be nice to you. Then, the wolves have no mercy. But, luckily for my sister, me and my youngest brother, it made us wise. Unfortunately, my younger brother, well it just never clicked with him and to this day, in a lot of ways, he’s like a dog that’s been beaten so much that when you walk up to pet it, it whimpers and hides from you. So, he has to be handled with kid gloves.

          • Grandmere

            Thankfully our Lord gave us the guidelines. Love your neighbor as yourself and blessed are the merciful for they shall obtain mercy. I glory in your triumph and pray for your brother as I know you love him and care for him so very much.

          • RodK1975

            That is much appreciated, Grandmere… very much appreciated.

          • Grandmere

            It’s sometimes a very good thing to be different. Sometimes our very soul hangs on being different. God bless you.

          • j7hancock

            I eventually realized that and am now grateful for it. Thanks for the “lift”!
            ; )

          • Julie LaBrecque

            I like how your mom thinks! Keep the faith.

          • Eric

            I will, Julie! She’s wonderful, that’s for sure!

          • momprayn

            I second that!

          • j7hancock

            Amen, Julie!

          • Woody

            Some interesting facts at Christmas:

            After the First Bishop of Rome, Peter, sent the Apostles Out to “preach to all Nations” as Jesus has ordered.

            Phillip evangelized all cities between Azotus & Cesarea.

            Jesus was crucified in 29 AD at the age of 33—figure that one out.

            James the Greater was Martyred after his Missionary journey In Judea, Samaria, and Spain—he was the first of the Apostles

            To die; St John is the only Apostle who
            Did not die a Martyr was St John although he was thrown in a Burning Cauldron of oil but came out unharmed under the
            Emperor

            Domitian. At Rome. Later as Jesus predicted Mary lived with him Until she was assumed into Heaven by her Son . She was about 66.

            Andrew was a missionary at Scythia and Achaia.

            Phillip preached in Phrygia and was martyred at Hierapolis, being Tied to a cross and stoned;
            Thomas preached to the Parthians,

            The Medes, and the Persions—on his way there he baptized the Three Wise Men—the Magi.

            Bartholomew went to Ethiopia and Greater Armenia; he suffered The most cruel of tortures of all—the king had him flayed alive And then beheaded.

            Matthew, after preaching the Gospel in Ethiopia, was put to Death at the altar pierced with a sword.

            James the Less was the first Bishop of Jerusalem; when he was 96

            He was stoned by the Jews and thrown from the pinnacle of The Temple. Lying half dead on the ground he begged God to
            Forgive his killers.

            Simon the Zealous, worked in Egypt , Cyrene, Lybia, and suffered Martyrdom by being sawed in two. Jude also called Thaddeus Preached in Palestine, Idumea, Mesopotamia, and Armenia,

            And died a glorious death pierced with arrows. Matthias worked In Ethiopia and the exact manner of his death is not known. Of Course Peter and Paul died in Rome—Peter crucified upside down Because he considered himself “unworthy to die as his Master did.”

            Paul was beheaded. After Peter, the next 30 or so Bishops’ of Rome, Peter’s successors died as Martyrs.

            God Bless and Merry iChristmas

          • momprayn

            Eric/Rod – I have no way of knowing/proving this is true or not of course but thought of it when I read your posts and my own experiences so here it is anyway:

            Yesterday, I read where a Christian said she had a dream/vision where she was in heaven with Jesus beside her showing her a chamber where there were many angels working on tapestries. She saw one that had a “glistening crimson background embroidered with living light and skeins of real silver, copper and gold. As He lifted the tapestry up, it started to emit the most incredible angelic, etheral worship music that she never had heard here on earth.

            Then an old man entered – and the tapestry (which was on a mantle) landed on the man’s shoulders.

            Jesus explained “This man has loved Me and held Me first in his heart through many, many trials and tribulations and through great pain, much that He could not understand from an earthly vantage point. He has just died and come to be with Us. This is the tapestry of His life that He will wear in My heavenly courts. It is His heavenly mantle, child. The mantle of his life, dedicated to Me.”

            There were many others being worked on. “These tapestries belong to many of My children who feel just like you – these tapestries and mantles belong to many, many of my sons and daughters, who are reading these words today. They have been through the deep waters, yet they did not drown because I was with them through the fire and furnace of afflictions. And yet My presence has been with them and they have never turned away from Me no matter the great cost to their own lives.

            Today I want them to know – that every tear, every battle, EVERY persecution that they have received for My sake, every time they have worshiped Me in the secret place, My angels have woven their heartfelt worship into the great tapestry of their lives. The very fiercest challenges and battles that they have faced and fought, and yet still stood for Me, have forged the finest, most royal silk and golden threads into their mantles.”

            “You see, beloved child – you and so, so many of my children, when going through seasons of great pain or challenge, can only see the backside of your tapestry (all “knotted”, drab, muddy, no pattern) from your dimly lit earthly view.

            So often discouragement comes and your hearts and minds grow weary, but know this today –

            that the greatest mantles in heaven are created from the greatest love. Love not only for your fellow man, although truly, that is love indeed but love, beloved child for Me, My Holy Spirit and My Father. My sons and daughters love touches Me so deeply – that is the greatest love that can be woven into My children’s mantles.”

            “Now tell My children that their season on earth is CHANGING, and that already in the unseen realm events and circumstances in their lives are starting to be aligned. The season of transition is almost complete and a season of alignment is descending upon My church.”

          • Eric

            Thank you for that, mompryan. I hear of amazing stories like these, and I think it’s amazing, even in this day and age. Indeed, our suffering, whatever form it takes is never in vain. That is what we often forget. True, we all stumble, we all fall short, we all make mistakes, but He never lets us down, and is always there to help us up again.

          • j7hancock

            I have heard a similar thing.

          • RodK1975

            That’s beautiful, Momprayn

          • j7hancock

            And He wanted you to know Him in a way that comes through affliction. He also wanted to be glorified in your life through this. He will gain glory from your life, if it surrendered to Him. And it sounds like it is.
            ; )

          • Eric

            Thank you, j7handcock. I’ve loved the Lord all my life. Stumbled sometimes along the way, sure. Like everyone else. But I try my best. 🙂

          • j7hancock

            Me too. But I made my way back.

          • Eric

            And that’s what’s important. 🙂

          • Grandmere

            The one who holds your hand will keep you from falling.

          • Eric

            Yep. 🙂

          • Woody

            God Bless you and Rod

          • Eric

            Thank you, Woody. 🙂

        • j7hancock

          Amen, Rod! We’ll be of those who overcome by the blood of the Lamb and the word of our testimony, loving not our lives unto the death. Victory in Jesus! My savior forever. For He sought me and bought me, with His redeeming power. He loved me ‘ere I knew Him, and all my love is due Him. For He plunged me to victory beneath the cleansing power!

          • RodK1975

            Funny, you’ve reminded me of something, I know this autistic kid named J.T. and every time he’d try to do something and he’d succeed he stand up and yell “O VICTORY IN JESUS, MY SAVIOR FOR-EV-ER” :-)) he’s such an inspiration.

          • j7hancock

            Well, he and I might have something in common, speaking of autism.

          • RodK1975

            He functions well, I think.. he’s able to bag groceries at the grocery store. He’s like a 7 or 8 year old in a 23 year old body. But he’s the sweetest kid and plays the piano like Mozart.

          • j7hancock

            I haven’t gone to find out for sure. If I am, I’m too high functioning for it to be much of an issue. My dad dealt with those kids all the time in his job and screened kids suspected of having some kind in the spectrum. He’s the one who thinks I might have it. I’m not sure it’s worth my time to find out. I’m pretty much totally normal. I just have the typical communication quirks and issues that sometimes make people think I’m being rude or insensitive when I’m actually not. I’m very literal, too, and I tend to be real analysis about some things. Plus I’m ADHD, which is often a co-morbidity. I’m very direct, and I’m told I argue like a man and have some “male-like” mannerisms that are apparently typical of Asperger’ s women. But I’m pretty girly too, so who knows. I am who I am. I’ve learned to pay attention to how I say things and be as considerate as I can be. Sometimes I still miss the mark, but I’m not going to worry too much about it. I’m not out of control, and I don’t have behaviour problems. I don’t require any help, and I always made excellent marks in school. I’m not a genius, but I do have a natural gift for music, too, and language. So, you have RA? You have my sympathy.

          • RodK1975

            Yeah, I have my oddities too. I’m a very quiet person, I don’t talk much and everyone tells me I come off as arrogant and smug. Which I’m about as far away from those two as any human can be. Plus, I have a very dry and cynical personality at times, but don’t realize it. So, yeah, I understand. And, yes, I have RA and thank you, I wouldn’t wish it on my worst enemy.

          • j7hancock

            Hey, me too! I have that dry, cynical sense of humor with a tendency to be a smart-*ss. I usually mean it in jest. But when I’m ticked off, yeah then I’m totally being a female dog with it. Most people get that and think it’s hilarious or goofy. But people with no sense of humour, or who have a stick in the wrong place are usually the ones who get all bent out of shape over it. Oh well! My great grandmother’s brother had RA. Poor guy lived a long time and lived on his own till he croaked in his 90’s, but his hands were real messed up by RA. I think he had other issues with it too, but I don’t remember now. Are you doing conventional medicine with a regular doctor’s care, or do you also use naturopathic management for it? Not meaning to pry, but as a nurse, I might can give you some tips. But you also may already know all of them.

          • RodK1975

            Interesting…;-) And, I take 1000mg of naproxen a day… 500mg first thing in the morning, 500 at night before bed. That’s it. The medical alternatives scare the crap out of me, so any naturopathic alternatives you have in mind I’ll be glad to listen to.

          • j7hancock

            Alright, first off, I have a few questions for you. 1) do you eat meat? 2) do you have a sweet tooth or carb cravings? We’ll start with that.

          • RodK1975

            1) Yes… generally… chicken… I usually only eat meat once a day… 2) Rarely do I eat sweets… I don’t eat many simple carbs at all. Had you rather do this by email or yahoo messenger if you have that?

          • j7hancock

            I was just going to ask you that, actually. You can e-mail me at [email protected].

          • RodK1975

            Got it

          • susan

            Is it ok if I take part in this? I’ve got a couple things that keep me hindered. Thank you for sharing part of your struggles. It gives me strength to climb the mountain one more time 🙂

          • j7hancock

            Not a problem, Susan. Send me an e-mail.

          • j7hancock

            Hi Susan. I did respond to you earlier. I guess it’s just taking a while to post. Yes, by all means. E-mail me.

          • j7hancock

            I’m going to attempt this again. Not sure why it won’t take my posts, but I’ve responded twice that you certainly can e-mail me if you like, Susan. I hope this goes through. And thanks for the kind remark.

          • Grandmere

            Wow, Rod! As we all get to know one another and open up it is so beautiful. I learned a very powerful lesson from Mother Angelica on EWTN about the power of consecration. I was pretty much out of commission with my back. This little old nun asked, “Does your head hurt? Consecrate the pain to the crown of thorns. Does your back hurt? Consecrate the pain to his lashing”. Well I can tell you she got my attention and I began to do it. It took several months but the prayer of consecration did for my back what drugs and surgery could not. I am not pain free but I am able to live a pretty normal life for an old Grandmere. Give it a try. I will offer a prayer of special intention for your RA.

          • RodK1975

            Thank you so much, Grandmere! Wow, I’ve been doing
            that but in too much of a general way, if that makes sense. But just as soon as I read your comment, this came directly to my mind: “I am poured out like water, and all my bones are out of joint; my heart is like wax; it is melted within my breast;”

          • j7hancock

            Wow, that’s awesome, Grandmere. And what wise words from that nun.

      • j7hancock

        “You have a stout heart, little hobbit.” And it may well save you on the day of judgment. I’m similar to you in a way and could not join the Air Force, which I wanted to do. But I can still shoot. And like you, I’m willing to stand for my Lord Jesus and warn as many as will hear. “We must work while it us still day, for the night is coming when no man can work”.

        • Eric

          Exsactly, J7handcock. I come from a long line of veterans–my father’s side has fought in every war from the American Revolution to Vietnam. My great-grandfather fought in WW1, and I believe his father fought in the Civil War before that (He was on the side of the Union, the North). And my maternal grandfather was in the army as well. Didn’t fight in any wars, but none the less still served. I may not be able to fight in the same way they did, but I can fight a different way.

        • RodK1975

          “Long-shanks” 😉 BTW, if I could get in and out of a movie theater, I’d be watching Battle of the Five Armies right now :-))

          • j7hancock

            Oh yeah!

      • Trevor

        Eric, I have been blessed with the ability to speak fairly well, but I still run into people who will say, “What did you say?” or when they see that my wife is the hearing one, they immediately turn to her and say, “What did he say?” It is so damn annoying I have had to refrain to punching them in the face.

        Being deaf have given me the ability to “read” body language and I find that many time, body languages give far more cues than vocal, and that’s probably why I prefer being a homebody instead of being out in the public. I am far more of an introvert than my wife who loves to be around people. Not me.

        As for me, I have no idea what exactly God wants me to do. My wife has begged for years for me to teach the Scriptures, but I have been burned by the deaf people I was teaching. Plus, I was living a double-life back then, and it has made me feel that I have been disqualified from being able to teach. I don’t know…I might be making up excuses. I’ll wait and see if Walid will jump in and give me the swift kick in the pants.

        • Grandmere

          Trevor, I can tell that you hear the voice of your shepherd. Paul got over the notion that he was not worthy to preach. You preach to me so often. God bless you.

          • Trevor

            I can tell that you hear the voice of your shepherd.

            You are the second person in my life to tell me that same thing. The first was a pastor who was reassigned to Montana. Anyway, one Sunday, he was sharing a prophetic word, and I said something like “You are an overcomer” before he even said those words. I had a lady who helps interpret in church look at me in utter astonishment. I don’t know if I truly hear the voice of the Holy Spirit or if it is my mind working two or three steps ahead, arriving to similar conclusion, but I’ll take it for what it’s worth.

            But, thank you so much for your words of encouragement. I appreciate it.

        • RodK1975

          Haha! You see Trevor, I’m not always telling you how well constructed and thought-out your comments are just to blow smoke up your rear… You should be teaching.. I knew it, it’s obvious, pal!

          • Trevor

            Thanks, Rod. I appreciate it.

          • RodK1975

            I only tell the truth, Brother, as clearly as I can see it!

        • j7hancock

          St. Paul said, “forgetting those things which are behind me, I press on for the high calling which is in Christ Jesus.” So, forget all that and remember that you are a new creation in Christ. The old things are passed away, and the new things have come. Get out there and knock ’em dead, cowboy!
          ; )

          • Trevor

            Heh! My birth name is actually Outlaw, so that would make an outlawed cowboy!

            Thanks for your encouragement.

          • j7hancock

            Lucky guess!

  • Tom_mcewen

    Those who don’t learn from History are doomed to repeat it. It will be worse, before we claimed we didn’t know, this time we will know. This state Department is far worse, its excuse last time was the normal dislike of the Jews in a WASP society. This time it will be the Hate of the Elites for the Christians, who are bigoted and out of step with march of the times. For the Elites there is no God, but somehow time is aware and marches to the tune of the secular mindset of what should be, will be. Bishop George got it right.

  • richinnameonly

    The governments aren’t listening or understanding or caring, and unfortunately neither are many of the churches. Individually people have been and are being molded to hate Jews and Christians and they continue to work hard on that on their own. I feel fortunate that somehow I wasn’t subject to much of that and never had any hatred for either group. Now, as things are becoming clear toward the end of these times, I feel truly blessed.

  • Keith Davies

    there are about 500,000 plus refugees with over 50% Christian and the best the Canadian government can do is a few hundred Chaldean Christians. We are trying to get 1400 to Canada and they put us through hoops

  • susan

    Hey pinkie! Walid’s looking fer you. Y’all have now, you hear?

    • momprayn

      I think they found each other and made up – on the “So you don’t believe ISIS uses Scorpions” thread……….lol

    • Grandmere

      Thank you Susan. I tied to warn him that in the end it would be game, set and match. Wait for it… w-a-i-t for it.

  • j7hancock

    Glad to hear that. That’s encouraging. I’m trying to get in touch with some of ours down here in my area of the U.S., but we seem to get the same pat answers: blah, blah, blah. It’s frustrating.

  • 1Bobby8

    Yet the only “refugees” Obama is allowing in America is Muslim Brotherhood rebels from Syria.

    • Perry

      Obama enables ISIS. I believe he is an evil man.

      • 1Bobby8

        I believe you’re right.

  • Grandmere

    Did you read the proverb? If you did you would know why Eric received my appellation as a compliment.

  • Grandmere

    Thank you for trusting in us enough to share. Imagine the payers that will go up for you with the special intention for strength, patience and endurance as you fight the good fight. May God bless you today and always.

  • Grandmere

    Chef! Can I get a coupon?

  • j7hancock

    Amen to that, sister! Keep up the good work.

  • Eric

    Pamela, in my case, the damage I have is very, very mild. Sure, my muscles may be a little tight, but aside from those small things, you wouldn’t be able to tell I have any problems. Where it really shows up, however, is in my speech. That seems to be where it all centralized.

    Like you, my learning remained unaffected, and I actually seem to have higher learning-abilities than a lot of folks; I seem to pick up languages in a flash–I took Russian for three months online, all by myself in preparation for the novel I was going to start working on–and just seem to grasp things of an abstract nature. But stuff like math? Forget it! Latin? Fine. Greek? Fun. All this End Times stuff? Clicks instantly? Difficult piano pecies such as mozart and choplin? I love those. But Algebra? That’s my mortal enemy!

    Anyway, I have learned that God simply has provided me with different ways to spread the message, chiefly through my writing talents. Like you, I’m studying the islamic side of things, and even working on an End-Times Bible study–based on Mr. Shoebat’s work–to share with my church come summer. I’ve also been a life-long Protestant–me and my family go to a little United Methodist church right down the road–and I also have been greatly influenced by Walid and Theodore’s Orthodox teachings as well. May God bless you. 🙂

  • Eric

    This is despicable. How dare they.

  • Trevor

    Thank you for your words of encouragement.

    I love how the Christians are fulfilling the law of love by exhorting one another in accord to their measure of faith.

    • Eric

      You’re more than welcome, Trevor. 🙂

  • Grandmere

    Merci!

  • susan

    Thanks! I changed it. Perhaps it makes more sense now. Lol.

  • shoebat

    Just look at this guy’s face and dress code and it says it all. He oozed out of the slime of humanity. Its the signs of the times in where mutants are all around us.

  • Trevor

    No they won’t!

  • j7hancock

    Sorry , Gen_Lee, just now seeing this. But yes, it is encouraging. Very much so. I’ve also been pleased to see your current PM not be too afraid to stand by his good principles, even though he gets criticized for it regularly. Good for him! I wish we had someone more like him in our nation.