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Fox News - Could mysterious radio signals prove existence of God?
Scientists have detected a 'mysterious radio signal' in space with a frequency nearly 200 megahertz lower than any other radio burst ever detected. Dr. Hugh Ross shares his thoughts on where this signal may be coming from and what it could mean.
In delivering the commencement speech at Dillard University, Academy Award-winning actor Denzel Washington told the college graduates to put God first in everything they do, adding that everything he has accomplished in this life was due to the grace of God.
Letting Go and Feeling Blessed!
Amanda Gore is an author, award-winning motivational speaker and joy facilitator! Her philosophy is that JOY IS AN INSIDE JOB - and it's the secret to more productive, creative, successful and happy humans - at work and home.
JOY IS THE NEW COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE!
Digestion Made Simple
Dr. Berg talks about the digestive system. The stomach should be extremely acid (ph between 1-3), which should release pepsin a powerful protein enzyme, absorb minerals and kills microbes. If the stomach is not acid enough, you can have acid reflux and indigestion.
Angels Saved My Life When a Truck Crushed Me
Bruce Van Natta was working underneath a massive logging truck when the truck fell off the jack and nearly cut his body in half as it crushed him against the concrete floor. Two angels appeared out of nowhere to miraculously save his life.
Michigan Fire Chief Glen Thorman says his home security camera captured an angel floating over a truck.
Watch this FOX News interview of a angel videoed by a home security camera.
President Ronald Reagan's powerful message at the 1984 Nation Prayer Breakfast
President Ronald Reagan commented on the Roman Coliseum at the National Prayer Breakfast, February 2, 1984:
"This power of prayer can be illustrated by the story that goes back to the fourth century -- the monk (Telemachus) living in a little remote village, spending most of his time in prayer ...
One day he thought he heard the voice of God telling him to go to Rome ...
Weeks and weeks later, he arrived ... at a time of a festival in Rome ...
... He followed a crowd into the Coliseum, and then, there in the midst of this great crowd, he saw the gladiators come forth, stand before the Emperor, and say, 'We who are about to die salute you.'
And he realized they were going to fight to the death for the entertainment of the crowds.
He cried out, 'In the Name of Christ, stop!'
And his voice was lost in the tumult there in the great Colosseum ..."
"And as the games began, he made his way down through the crowd and climbed over the wall and dropped to the floor of the arena.
Suddenly the crowds saw this scrawny little figure making his way out to the gladiators and saying, over and over again, 'In the Name of Christ, stop!'
And they thought it was part of the entertainment, and at first they were amused.
But then, when they realized it wasn't, they grew belligerent and angry ..."
"And as he was pleading with the gladiators, 'In the Name of Christ, stop!' one of them plunged his sword into his body.
And as he fell to the sand of the arena in death, his last words were, 'In the Name of Christ, stop!' ...
...And suddenly, a strange thing happened.
The gladiators stood looking at this tiny form lying in the sand. A silence fell over the Colosseum. And then, someplace up in the upper tiers, an individual made his way to an exit and left, and the others began to follow.
And in the dead silence, everyone left the Colosseum. That was the last battle to the death between gladiators in the Roman Colosseum.
Never again did anyone kill or did men kill each other for the entertainment of the crowd ..."
"One tiny voice that could hardly be heard above the tumult. 'In the Name of Christ, stop!'
It is something we could be saying to each other throughout the world today."
CHARLOTTE, N.C., Feb. 21, 2018—Evangelist Billy Graham died today at 7:46 a.m. at his home in Montreat. He was 99.
Throughout his life, Billy Graham preached the gospel of Jesus Christ to some 215 million people who attended one of his more than 400 Crusades, simulcasts and evangelistic rallies in more than 185 countries and territories. He reached millions more through TV, video, film, the internet and 34 books. “I have one message: that Jesus Christ came, he died on a cross, he rose again, and he asked us to repent of our sins and receive him by faith as Lord and Savior, and if we do, we have forgiveness of all of our sins,” said Graham at his final Crusade in June 2005 at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in New York.
Lil de Fin walks in a fire and miracle anointing like her better-known great grandfather, Smith Wigglesworth. She’s here all the way from Africa to tell of the soon-coming great revival!
Majed Shafie is an Egyptian who converted to Christianity from Islam. He wouldn'
Utilizing footage from the BBC Planet Earth Series and set to the song, “Creation Calls” by Brian Doerksen, this is a stunning glimpse of God’s masterpiece called creation. This video was produced by the The Branch Church.
People are like Garbage Trucks
People are like garbage trucks is a short film about the positive and healthy way to react when negativity come our way. Don't allow a negative experience effect your day for the worse. We may not have the power to control everything that happens to us, but we DO have a choice on how we react to it. We can take control and not allow negativity to creep in and ruin our positve outlook and way of life. Love the people who treat you right and pray for the ones who don't. Wishing you a garbage free day!