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  • 02:00

    Coming Apocalypse

    in Current Events

    Staff Sergent US Army Marcus Rogers will join Pastor Paul Begley of Indiana as he is preaching the Gospel of Jesus Christ and prophiesed of a great army of God rising up for a mighty revival. Also Israeli election results are due to come in and will Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu keep power in the Holy Land. Also Netanyahu "vows" to never sign a 2 State Solution if he is elected Prime Minister. Also ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) Leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi had a dream that "Prophet Mohammed" told him to evacuate the Iraqi city of Mosul or Ninevah. Also ISIS threatens to "Blow up the White House" if middle eastern Christians do not convert to Islam. Also thousands of "Snow Geese" fall from the sky in Idaho as the "Hosea Prophecy" continues. Also Turkish Leader Erdogan is advancing a massive campaign for Sharia Controlled Banks. 

  • 00:59

    Guest Speaker ~ Nahren Anweya, Assyrian-American Activist

    in Politics

    I am so excited about our guest speaker, Nahren Anweya.  Nahren is a Assyrian-American activist who fights to stop the persecution of Christians and felow minorities in the Middle East.  She is also an internationl spokesperson for NPU (Ninevah Plains Protection Units).   If you haven't heard her speak, you are in for a powerful message.  She has been a guest speaker on the Sean Hannity Show several times.  She has protested outside of the White House.  She is working hard to share the facts of what is happening to her people of Assyria.  The persecution and death of so many Assyrian Christians is taking place daily.  Please join us and listen as Nahren shares facts with us of what life is like for these individuals and how we can help.

  • 02:02

    Fight Church Radio

    in Entertainment

    join us for 2 hours of me thinking outloud.
    featuring special guests and news updates from the Portland Intelligencer
    -MEASLES!
    -the government is coming for your vape pens! 
    -the government is coming for your weed!
    -John McCain thinks you are a scumball.
    -I got arrested for drunkenly dropping the "do you know who I am?" when they did know who I was.
    -the senate passed the Keystone pipeline bill. all bad.
    -the dude from Portlandia was a victim of hate speech at New Seasons.
    -who puts tacks on the Hawthorne Bridge? probably Fred Armisen.
    -Matt Styner's dick.
    -Damien Lilliard caught the all-star snub?
    -I learned how to argue on the internet with only pictures- I'll teach you!
    -Amanda Fritz?
    -slide in the city?
    -are angels really aliens? that makes sense for the baseball team.
    -they blew up the wall in Ninevah. fuck everybody.
    -the homeless sweeps continue.
    -pro wrestling is not a sport dumbass.
    as always our smoke good is provided by Gonzo Farms and our news updates are brought to you by The Portland Intelligencer and my smooth typing is thanks to our new sponsor MEAN GREEN CREAM!
     

  • 00:20

    Hey Sis, I Need a Word!

    in Entertainment

    This episode 11 of this dynamic series that is blessing so many people. We thank you Lord for your continuous grace, and though our trials are ongoing..we know as your followers, you have the final word. That is the topic of this broadcast: THE FINAL WORD!


    Join us!

  • 00:28

    The Prayer of Jonah (Part 3-B)

    in Religion

    Praying Through the Bible #103


    TEXT: Jonah 4:1-5


    In our last message, we saw in point one that Jonah obeyed God, but His heart was not right about the mission. When Jonah saw that the people of Ninevah had repented, the Bible tells us "it displeased Jonah exceedingly, and he was very angry." The Hebrew text tells us that Jonah "got hot." Imagine a minister today who preaches for people to get rid of the sin in their lives, but when people start coming down to the altar to confess and repent of their sins, he sulks and gets mad. That is what Jonah did. Even though he delivered God's words to the people of Ninevah, he did not share God's heart about the matter. 


    2. Jonah obeyed God, but his heart was not right and he thought he knew better than God. When Jonah realizes that God is not going to destroy the city of Ninevah, this is what he says to God: "I pray thee, O Lord, was not this my saying, when I was yet in my country? Therefore I fled before unto Tarshish: for I knew that thou art a gracious God, and merciful, slow to anger, and of great kindness, and repentest thee of the evil." 
     
    When we look at Jonah's unwillingness to share the message that brought salvation to an entire city, we cannot help but think of the church today. We sit in our comfortable pews or our familiar Christian ghettos and look at the outside world with our arms crossed and our noses turned up. We don't want to share the gospel with people who are different than us, who come from the other side of the tracks, or who don't have the same political or social views as us. For whatever reason -- racism, classism, etc. -- we don't see them as worthy of the Gospel or Heaven. 

  • 00:30

    Fresh Manna Sunday Devotional:Avoid Hardships by Following God's Instructions

    in Religion

    FRESH MANNA OUR DAILY BREAD : SUNDAY MORNING DEVOTIONAL with Apostle Loretta Williams


    Today’s Topic: The Story of Jonah


    Sub Topic: Avoid Hardships by Following God’s Instructions


    Discussion: Jonah was a prophet of God, and he knew the Creator’s voice.  God gave him specific instructions that he was to go to Ninevah a great city and speak against the wickedness that they were doing, but Jonah like so many Christians today didn’t want to take a stand against the wrong doings of the people so he fled from the presence of the Lord, like many of us have done when we don’t want to stand before God and give an account for our slothfulness, procrastination and disobedience.  The consequences of his actions were severe, God had to proved to Jonah that his obedience to Him in all things was a requirement of his worship and service unto God.


    Scripture Text: Jonah1:6  So the shipmaster came to him, and said unto him, What meanest thou, O sleeper? arise, call upon thy God, if so be that God will think upon us, that we perish not.


    Oasis Worship Center’s Online Bible Study is every week on Thursdays.  For dates subscribe to Apostle Loretta Williams page on Face Book. Visit the Oasis Worship Center USA Web Site at  www.oasisnewspublication.com/id73.html

  • 00:27

    The Prayer of Jonah (Part 1-B)

    in Religion

    Praying Through the Bible #101


    TEXT: Jonah 2


    We are all familiar with Jonah's story. He was the disobedient prophet whom God told to go and preach at Ninevah, but he didn't want to go, and he thought he could run away from God. Jonah got on a ship headed in the opposite direction. The ship was going to Tarshish which was all the way at the other end of the Mediterranean Sea in modern-day Spain. Well, Jonah found that just as God knew how to get to him on land, God knew how to get to him at sea. God stirred up a storm so bad that it frightened the seasoned sailors whom he was sailing with. Jonah knew that God was trying to get his attention specifically, and he told the sailors, "If you throw me into the sea, the storm will stop." So, Jonah gets thrown overboard. The Bible tells us that God prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah, and the last verse of Jonah 1 reads, "And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights."
     
    In the next chapter, our passage for tonight, Jonah is talking to God. He is praying. Before, He didn't want to have anything to do with God; he was trying to get away from God. But, now that he finds himself in the belly of a great fish, all alone beneath the surface of the water -- as good as dead to the rest of the world -- he finds himself wanting to talk to God. Some scholars have suggested that by the tense used in this chapter, these are actually Jonah's words after the three days and three nights in the fish's belly. We read that "Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights," and right after that we see the word "then", indicating a progression of time..
     
    Let's take a look at Jonah's prayer.


    1. Notice the painful predicament. 


    2. Notice the passionate prayer.


    3. Notice the perfect peace.

  • 00:31

    The Prayer of Jonah (Part 1-A)

    in Religion


    Praying Through the Bible #101


    TEXT: Jonah 2


    We are all familiar with Jonah's story. He was the disobedient prophet whom God told to go and preach at Ninevah, but he didn't want to go, and he thought he could run away from God. Jonah got on a ship headed in the opposite direction. The ship was going to Tarshish which was all the way at the other end of the Mediterranean Sea in modern-day Spain. Well, Jonah found that just as God knew how to get to him on land, God knew how to get to him at sea. God stirred up a storm so bad that it frightened the seasoned sailors whom he was sailing with. Jonah knew that God was trying to get his attention specifically, and he told the sailors, "If you throw me into the sea, the storm will stop." So, Jonah gets thrown overboard. The Bible tells us that God prepared a great fish to swallow Jonah, and the last verse of Jonah 1 reads, "And Jonah was in the belly of the fish three days and three nights."
     
    In the next chapter, our passage for tonight, Jonah is talking to God. He is praying. Before, He didn't want to have anything to do with God; he was trying to get away from God. But, now that he finds himself in the belly of a great fish, all alone beneath the surface of the water -- as good as dead to the rest of the world -- he finds himself wanting to talk to God. Some scholars have suggested that by the tense used in this chapter, these are actually Jonah's words after the three days and three nights in the fish's belly...
     
    Let's take a look at Jonah's prayer.


    1. Notice the painful predicament. 


    2. Notice the passionate prayer. 


    3. Notice the perfect peace.


     

  • 01:35

    You Can Run But You Can't Hide!

    in Religion

    Jonah 1:1-3 (NIV)

    The word of the Lord came to Jonah son of Ammitia Go to the great city of Ninevah and preach against it because its wickedness has come up before me. But Jonah ran away from the Lord and headed for Tarshish went down to Joppa where he found a ship bound for that port. After paying the fare, he went aboard and sailed for Tarshish to flee from the Lord.

  • 00:32

    Jonah Challenge Part 3 of 4

    in Christianity

    Actions speak louder…Faith without works is dead." (James 2:14). The people of Nineveh ‘believed’ God (verse 5), but that belief wasn’t enough. The KING of this great city fasted and used his authority to instruct everyone in the land to fast, call out to God, and put on sackcloths. They humbled themselves before God, physically showing their repentance.


    God’s grace existed in the Old Testament. Contrary to popular belief and lack of studying the Bible, we can see that God’s grace & mercy existed in the Old Testament! Grace is unmerited favour. Favour is receiving something you did not work for. Mercy is the withholding of what you do deserve! God’s mercy is evident in this chapter.


    Your obedience can save a nation. Repentance can save a nation.


    For “whoever calls on the name of the Lord shall be saved.” How then shall they call on Him in whom they have not believed? And how shall they believe in Him of whom they have not heard? (Romans 10:13-14 NKJV)


    And how shall they hear without a preacher? How will people hear about God if you do not tell them? How will people hear about God if we don’t support our missionaries & evangelists? How will people hear about God and be saved if you don’t grow in the faith, obey God and speak up?


    See how a city was saved because Jonah finally heeded to God’s instruction. If he really resisted…the blood of the city would be on his hands, he would be held accountable. The people of Ninevah would have perished for lack of knowledge! But thank God that wasn’t the case.


    Understand that the things God tells us to do, the thing He considers to be our purpose has a greater impact. Purpose isn’t just for you! It’s for others to benefit from. 

  • 02:04

    The Mind and Will of God for the Gentiles in Babylon

    in Religion

    Receiving revelation as I do for Israel's God, I spoke on this program in great plainness concerning the transgressions and affront posed by Gentiles in the midst of Babylon the Great and what they must do to have hope of turning away the wrath of God poured out to the destruction of the Gentiles if they do not repent and turn from their evil way.  My ways are NOT your ways and my thoughts are not your thoughts, saith the Lord.  People of Ninevah came down in sack cloth and ashes when Jonah preached to Ninevah, and there is one sent to you, for "surely the Lord will do nothing save he reveals his secrets unto his servants the prophets."


     5 They said, Turn ye again now every one from his evil way, and from the evil of your doings, and dwell in the land that the LORD hath given unto you and to your fathers for ever and ever:


                (Jer  25:5)


     3 If so be they will hearken, and turn every man from his evil way, that I may repent me of the evil, which I purpose to do unto them because of the evil of their doings.


                (Jer  26:3)


     8 But let man and beast be covered with sackcloth, and cry mightily unto God: yea, let them turn every one from his evil way, and from the violence that [is] in their hands.


                (Jonah  3:8)


     41 The men of Nineveh shall rise in judgment with this generation, and shall condemn it: because they repented at the preaching of Jonas; and, behold, a greater than Jonas [is] here.


                (Matt  12:41)