United States President Barack Obama will be the first sitting U.S. president to visit Hiroshima in what is being viewed by many as another stop on the president's “apology tour.” Just over seven decades after Japan tried to destroy the United States, America’s leaders are apologizing for dropping the bomb—a decision that ended a brutal war and actually saved lives. Today, even as America offers its apology, it simultaneously encourages Japan's rearmament. Where is this leading? And what is Japan’s place in the near future of world events? Listen to today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show to find out.
The mind of man can understand material knowledge that an animal cannot. Human beings are capable of building incredible wonders, appreciating music, and a host of other things the animal brain is totally incapable of doing. Though the human mind was created far superior to that of the animal mind—it is still incomplete when it comes to understanding spiritual things. Every human being has a desire to fill this void in his or her life. Most try to fill it with entertainment or other material pursuits. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains what is needed to fill the void.
Never in history has it been easier to acquire knowledge. Why, then, with the increase in accessibility of information, has there not been a corresponding rise in intellect? The ability to put to use valuable knowledge has become a lost art, and it’s the reason many today experience memory loss. A good memory comes with knowledge followed by works. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains the importance of remembering and provides one key step to help ensure better memory.
#238: The Rise of the Far Right in Austria, Germany’s Invisible Crisis and Americans Prepare for Civil War
In today’s program, Brad Macdonald explores three important stories. First, the political success of Norbert Hofer and the Freedom Party in Austria and what it reveals about Europe in general. Second, the economic crisis about to strike Germany that will initiate massive political and social upheaval. And finally, the growing number of Americans preparing for civil unrest.
As the academic year comes to a close, a new wave of graduates will leave college engrained with the idea that they must abandon the time-tested values of the past and pave a new way for themselves. Many have graduated without ever having to take a single course in history. Winston Churchill famously stated, “The farther backward you can look, the farther forward you are likely to see.” What will America’s future look like if its people have no knowledge of its past? On today’s show, Stephen Flurry encourages this year’s graduates to learn from past examples, to build character as they did, and to embrace the challenges that lie ahead.
Each week, it seems, we learn about another celebrity overdosing, committing suicide, or sinking into dysfunction. These people have tremendous wealth, fame, power and influence, yet so many are miserable and dysfunctional. Meanwhile, society tells us, especially our children and teenagers, that the celebrity lifestyle of wealth, fame and power is one of happiness and stability, something to aspire to. In today’s program, Brad Macdonald explores the depressing lives of a few celebrities to show that we must not fall for the lie that success and happiness come by the acquisition of wealth, power and fame.
America is under attack, and truth is dying a thousand different deaths. From Benghazi to health care to the Iran nuclear deal, officials at the highest levels of government have created fictitious narratives and concealed facts in order to fulfill their goals. What is happening in America today isn’t new. In war—whether physical or spiritual—the first casualty is truth. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains why and how we must love the truth.
Starting with Vladimir Putin, “strongmen”-type leaders have been rising around the world. They get their people to look to them, creating a cult of personality and act tough on the political stage. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, Richard Palmer discusses the rise of the strongman, what this means for global security, and where the next one will rise.
For over seven decades we’ve forecast the rise of a German-led united states of Europe. Today, other analysts and news writers are beginning to see the same trend develop—and at an alarming pace. Germany’s ascent to the top of Europe came quickly after World War ii and now we’re witnessing the fulfilment of a dream shared by European leaders throughout the centuries: the resurrection of the Holy Roman Empire. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, Stephen Flurry explains what Bible prophecy says about Germany’s rising dominance in Europe.
Early on in the race for the Republican presidential nominee, Donald Trump said he was the man who would straighten out the financial mess in Washington, D.C. He believes he can save America the same way he did his own businesses: using bankruptcy laws, debt and deal making. It doesn’t take a deep examination to see Donald Trump’s solutions won’t rescue America’s economy. What is the solution? Listen to Stephen Flurry discuss this and more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.