When the new, supposedly “bipartisan” spending bill was quickly introduced before Congress last week, House leader Paul Ryan said he wasn’t happy about the process, but that the Republicans had “made the best of it.” Meanwhile, White House press secretary Josh Earnest said Democrats succeeded in blocking off Republican attempts to advance “their ideological agenda through the budgetary process.” The Democrats are looking at this new budget as a success—they’ve received funding for everything they wanted. How did this happen in a Republican controlled Congress? And what does this indicate for the future of the country? Listen to the latest Trumpet Daily Radio Show to find out what the new spending bill means for America.
This has been a rough year for Europe, and there are no signs 2016 will be any easier. As one of the founding fathers of the European project said, “Europe will be forged in crises, and will be the sum of the solutions adopted for those crises.” Europe is being formed, whittled down, and shaped by these intense troubles—and it’s all playing out just as Bible prophecy said it would. To find out how, listen to today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show by Stephen Flurry.
Also on today’s program: an update of the Mystery of the Ages goal for the United Kingdom, and some inspiring history about the impact of daily radio in God’s Church.
Prophecy is being fulfilled at a rate like never before, and God’s work is pushing forward with great urgency. As the work moves forward, God continues to measure His people. Herbert Armstrong said that only those whose hearts are in the work will grow spiritually. Young or old, God expects us to do our part to keep pace with God’s work. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains how you can keep up and ensure spiritual growth each day.
The Church of Jediism is experiencing a surge in membership, thanks to the upcoming release of the new Star Wars movie. The religion, which started as a joke, now claims to have more than 250,000 adherents. However, this isn’t just some devout group of fans. The creators of Star Wars made the movie with underlying religious messages that appeal to people of all faiths, hence the movie’s worldwide popularity. Followers are welcome as they are, no matter their background or personal views. On today’s program, Stephen Flurry explains what true religion is and man’s incredible universe potential.
Imagine driving with no rules. Think of the accidents that would occur, how inefficient travel would be, how chaotic it would be. Those rules are meant to keep order, to make things efficient, and to keep people safe. Why is it that people see the need to have rules for driving but fail to recognize the need for rules in their own lives? Many people today are off course, steering their lives into depression and sadness. How can they get back on track? On today’s program, Stephen Flurry draws some profound lessons from this simple analogy.
America has had an administration for the past seven years that has been actively and aggressively undermining the United States Constitution every step of the way—and the mass media have been virtually silent. However, after Donald Trump’s recent comment about stopping Muslims from entering America, constitutionality has become the cry of the mainstream media. They’ve said Trump’s comment is hateful, unconstitutional, poses a national security threat, and will serve as a recruiting tool for the Islamic State. It’s an outcry that makes it seem like Donald Trump is the cause of all America’s problems. Listen to Stephen Flurry discuss the real root cause of problems in the United States.
When Donald Trump called for a "total and complete shutdown of Muslims entering the United States” on December 7, America’s elites went into a frenzy. The mainstream media, Republicans and Democrats alike, united to voice their outrage over Donald Trump’s position. It was an unprecedented show of unity within America’s ruling elite. On today’s show, Stephen Flurry asks why more people aren’t focusing on the man in power who is actually making radical changes in America.