In the United States, the world of politics is rife with corruption and scandal. For most, this is no reason to be concerned about America’s future. Some have even gone so far as to celebrate character flaws—as if these many flaws are actually positive character traits! On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains what the Bible says about character and its impact on an individual’s ability to lead.
Many Americans have been too distracted by this circus of an election season to notice some alarming trends happening around the world. Major media have blown petty issues about both candidates into huge stories, and most people are lapping it up. In a recent piece for USA Today Glenn Reynolds noted that most of the big issues facing America are being ignored during this election season. He writes, “In a healthier society, our election would turn on these issues. But we do not live in such a society.” On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, we discuss America’s future as it continues to ignore these major problems.
An important panel at the United Nations Educational, Cultural and Scientific Organization (UNESCO) on Wednesday morning approved a controversial resolution that ignores Jewish and Christian ties to the Temple Mount. On today’s program, Jerusalem correspondent, Brent Nagtegaal discusses the farcical decision in light of recent archaeological discoveries. He also looks at Iran’s continued pushiness in the Gulf of Aden, Strait of Hormuz and the Bab El-Mandab strait.
God is going to force this world, even against its will, to be happy. He’s going to force this world to live in a way that will make us happy, that will bring us universal prosperity, will bring us universal good health, and will bring us, and open up for each one to choose eternal salvation.
Many of God’s people have forgotten that they were called into the Church to support the kind of preaching that obeys Isaiah 58:1. The primary work of God’s Church today is to proclaim Israel’s sins.
This week, Iranian backed rebels based in Yemen fired sophisticated anti-ship missiles at United States ships in the Red Sea. While most commentators are focussing on the United States response, Middle East correspondent Brent Nagtegaal focusses today’s program on Iran’s strategy in the Red Sea.
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If America’s founders could see what is going on inside the White House today, they would be appalled. Last month, the Obama administration hosted a “Bisexual Community Briefing” to celebrate all kinds of deviant lifestyles. As God thunders in Isaiah 3:9, they declare their sin as Sodom! On today’s program, Stephen Flurry discusses the recent White House briefing and shows where it will lead.
In recent months Iran has taken steps to strengthen its presence in critical areas throughout the Middle East. In Iraq, Syria and Yemen, the Iranians have bolstered their influence and put pressure on neighboring nations. Over the weekend, another flare up took place in Yemen where two missiles were fired from Houthi territory towards a United States patrol boat. As the Middle East continues to destabilize, look for Iran to continue angling for control. Listen to Stephen Flurry discuss the prophetic importance of Iran’s advances in the region and much more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Ronald Reagan said in 1986 that he felt “the nine most terrifying words in the English language are, ‘I’m from the government, and I’m here to help.’” Skepticism of big government has been one of the staples of conservatives in America and Britain; both Ronald Reagan and Margaret Thatcher endorsed this view. Today, however, the parties they once represented are shifting views and encouraging people to believe government is the solution. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, Stephen Flurry discusses why the governments of man are wholly inadequate when it comes to solving the problems of this world.
Before Jesus Christ ascended to heaven, He promised His disciples, “You shall receive power, after that the Holy Spirit is come upon you” (Acts 1:8). In Ephesians 5, the Apostle Paul said that it is God’s will that we be filled with the Holy Spirit. And yet how many people on Earth today are filled with the power of God’s Holy Spirit? On today’s program, Stephen Flurry examines what God’s Word reveals about the power of the Holy Spirit.