Is Great Britain on the verge of becoming greater? Or, is it in the midst of a stunning demise? In his speech to the Conservative Party last week, Prime Minister David Cameron said, “Every day, in every way, Great Britain lives up to its name.” On today’s show, Stephen Flurry looks at the state of Great Britain today—and let’s the facts speak for themselves.
Jesus Christ came to this earth 2,000 years ago with a message from God. And He was killed for delivering it! Why would people reject that message—and what was it about? Many believe that message was about Himself. “Just believe on the name of the Lord Jesus Christ and you will be saved,” they say. But is that what the true gospel is really about? On today’s show, Stephen Flurry examines the message that resulted in Jesus Christ’s death.
Writings of historians from the second and third centuries show that there was a general awareness of the 1,000-year reign of Jesus Christ to be set up on this Earth. Many passages of the Bible describe what this 1,000-year reign will be like. What is the Millennium—and what will it be like? Find out on today’s episode of the Trumpet Daily.
Imagine coming into a movie right at the end. You wouldn’t know how you got there or what events led up to that point. You would be confused. Man’s history is much the same. How did mankind get to this point today? Knowing where this civilization started is the key to understanding our world. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry looks back to the genesis of this present civilization in order to explain why the world is the way it is.
The election of Jeremy Corbyn as the leader of Britain’s Labor Party is viewed by many as nothing short of a joke. Those on the right look at it as a political gift, essentially guaranteeing their side will win the next election. Yet in the last election, Britain’s Conservative Party won a majority by just a few seats. How quickly could a shift occur in Britain’s government? And what does it say about Britain today when the majority of its second-largest political party votes in a man with a reputation like Jeremy Corbyn’s? Listen to Stephen Flurry discuss Britain’s sharp left turn on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Trumpet columnist Brad Macdonald takes the radio show today to discuss the new leader of Britain’s second-largest political party.
If we fail to learn from failure, we will keep making the same mistakes. What is your approach to failure? Do you examine what you’ve done wrong and strive to fix it? Or do you fail to learn the lessons and continue repeating the same mistakes? Our approach to failure has everything to do with how we grow. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry uses the Bible to explain how we can achieve success by learning from our mistakes.
Law enforcement officials in the United States are being gunned down at an alarming rate. So far this year, 25 on-duty police officers have been killed by gunfire. Police are being attacked and continually harassed for trying to do their jobs. Many officers are afraid to perform simple tasks out of fear of media backlash. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains where the breakdown of legal order is leading the United States.
Nine days after 9/11, Benjamin Netanyahu gave a rousing speech in Congress before the House Government Reform Committee. In it, he posed a simple, straightforward question: “Do we rally to defeat this evil, while there is still time, or de we press a collective snooze button and go back to business as usual?” Fourteen years on, the Western world has definitely returned to business as usual. On today’s radio show, Stephen Flurry shows that the world today is much more dangerous that it was before 9/11.