Friday, September 11, 2009

Pro-Lifer Murdered in Michigan

Missionaries To The Preborn
Jim Pouillon

An innocent pro-lifer and activist was gunned down and murdered in front of Owosso High School in Michigan today. His only "crime" was to save the unborn by elevating the awareness of the public around him of the state sanctioned cruel and barbaric murders of the innocent child still in the mother's womb. This man, described as a"selfless, soft-spoken, kind-hearted man," was too good for this world, and no doubt will hear from the Lord "Well done, good and faithful servant." Matthew 25:23 "Fear not them which kill the body, but are not able to kill the soul" Matthew 10:28 Story here.

Obama Must Now Prove His Citizenship

It looks as if those of us, millions in number, concerned enough about Obama's eligibility to be president of the United States will have their day in court as a Judge in California now says that Obama must prove his citizenship.

Of course the Obama team will again try to get the case dismissed as Obama has already paid close to a million dollars to keep his personal records concealed from the public's scrutiny, so I wouldn't get my hopes up. The court system in America are way too corrupt.

According to this article, Judge Carter is determined to get Obama to prove he is eligible, and "things are going to move fast." However, the next two weeks will actually tell if the plaintiffs will be able to challenge Obama in court. Read about it here.

Hubble's Space Butterfly Declaring The Glory of God

Dressed in all of its splendor, The Hubble Telescope has captured a spectacular view of the Space Butterfly. The heavens indeed declare the glory of God in these magnificent photos, and is a testimony to His handiwork. Photos from NASA web site.

Tuesday, September 01, 2009

Saudi Arabia Church Predates Islam Kept Hidden

I will build my church and the gates of hell shall not prevail against it. Matthew 16:18

The photographs were taken by Robert and Patricia McWhorter during 1986 shortly after the ruins were partially excavated and protected by the Saudi Department of Antiquities. More pictures here
Here's a story from Worthy News about a church in Saudi Arabia that was discovered 20 years ago, predating Islam, that has been kept hidden from the public eye. While the article notes a 4th or 5th century church in eastern Saudi Arabia has been fenced off ever since its accidental discovery 20 years ago and its exact whereabouts kept secret, the church is known to be Jubai. More at Worthy News.

(AINA) -- Bordering the Arabian Gulf and containing the towns of Dhahran, Al-Khobar, Dammam, Qatif, Hofuf and Jubail, the Eastern Province of Suadi Arabia is where oil was first discovered in Saudi Arabia in the 1930s.

Near Jubail are the ruins of what was unearthed in the mid-1980s by a group of people attempting to dig their vehicle out of the sand. The ruins are known as the Jubail Church and are acknowledged by the Saudi government, who will not issue permits to visit it because 'the site is being excavated.' In any case, the original ruins contained four stone crosses, which later went missing, though the marks where the crosses were are still visible. The ruins are thought to date from the 4th century, which make them older than any known church in Europe. Not much else is known but speculation is that it was in some way connected to one of the five Assyrian Church of the East bishoprics which are known to have existed in this area of the Gulf in the 4th century.

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