Will Sudan Really Be Israel’s Friend?

Stephen Nielsen

Recently, both the United Arab Emirates (UAE) and Bahrain have entered into a peace agreement with Israel. Now, just a day ago, Sudan has done the same. However, I have a good reason to think that Sudan, at some point, will back out of it. The reason I am doubting their peace commitment is because of bible prophecy. In the Ezekiel war, recorded for us in Ezekiel 38 and 39, Sudan is one of the invading countries, along with Russia, Turkey, Iran, Libya, Tunisia, and parts of Algeria.

Other nations, because of what is says in Ezekiel 38:13, will be at peace with Israel. These are closer nations: mainly Syria, Iraq, Egypt, Saudi Arabia, Yemen, Oman, Somalia, Qatar, UAE, and Bahrain. These are the nations that at the beginning of the invasion will question why the other nations are invading. They will say, “Have you come to capture spoil? Have…

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Who Is to Blame for the Coronavirus?

Stephen Nielsen

Much of the media places the blame on Donald Trump, and even has called the virus “Trumpvirus.” But let’s get real. China is to blame. It was manufactured in China.

But if we look at it more broadly, I think we can call this virus a plague. And if we recall from the bible, plagues were always brought on people who sinned against God. Therefore, from a biblical perspective, plagues are a result of our sins of disobedience to God, and they are sent from God to punish our sin.

I took the time to do a little bible study. I found the word plague over 50 times in the bible.

In Exodus 11: 1-3 God brought plagues on Egupt for enslaving Israel.

In Lev. 26:2, Nu. 11:33, 14:37, 16:46-50, and 25:9 (and many more ref.), God brought plagues on Israel for sin and disobedience.

In Zech. 14:12-15, Rev…

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The Purpose Of A Prayer Ministry

Stephen Nielsen

What the world could use most is prayer. But for some reason most of us don’t understand the value of prayer. We come up with all kinds of solutions to our problems, but we miss the most important one—prayer. Prayer is the best solution because it brings us directly to God and gives us the power of God.

God is calling us to prayer. He invites us to His throne, and He says to us, “Call on Me and I will answer you,” “Come to Me and I will give you rest.” Moreover, He searches continually for the faithful, like Abraham, Moses, and Daniel who will sacrificially stand in the gap before Him (Ezek. 22:30).

But there are so few these days that are faithful in prayer. And there are so few preachers who preach and teach and model prayer. Peter Wagner, in his research, has found that 80% of…

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My Autumn Adventure

Stephen Nielsen

I take a short cut on a narrow path up the hill.

Walking through the fallen leaves down the sky trail.

Looking down from above at the winding creek.

On the main trail. A biker ahead.

There are resting benches all along, but I pass them by.

A gorgeous day, trekking along on the winding trail.

I especially like the white birch trees, adding contrast and beauty to the picture.

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Things that Get Us Going

Stephen Nielsen

Garfield says it all. Thank God for hot coffee and teddy bears. Well, maybe just hot coffee.

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News Sources Spin Hunter Biden Laptop News

Stephen Nielsen

The most recent Hunter Biden news is that Hunter abandoned his laptop at a Delaware repair shop in 2015, and only now we are hearing that the FBI has retrieved the very damaging information; and the shop owner also gave copies of the emails and intimate photos to Rudi Giuliani. I can’t go into any detail about what was in those emails, only that it is very damaging to the Biden’s. But I want to say here that this…

News that recently came out in the Washington Post, wouldn’t be that reliable if it wasn’t for the following reasons:

1) The obvious coverup by Facebook and Twitter. Almost immediately they shut down the Washington Post story, broadcasting to the world that there was definitely something very damaging that they don’t want the world to discover about the Bidens, and really the entire Biden family, headed by Joe Bidden.

2) The…

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Walnuts for Brain Health

Stephen Nielsen

I just happened to stumble on an excellent article, “All about Nuts,” in The Epoch Times. It captured my attention, mainly because of how the walnut was compared to the brain. It said, “Walnuts not only look like bihemispheric ‘brains’ in miniature, they have been scientifically linked to better brain health.”

That’s fascinating to me! God really has a sense of humor doesn’t He. Just imagine God, when He created the walnut, how He thought to make it look like a brain!

The article goes on to say how the walnut is a good source of omega-3, and gallic acid, and vitamin E, etc.; and it gives you good heart health, and is good for blood clotting, and for the immune system, and also for anti-aging.

I have already decided to start eating walnuts on a regular basis—even though they are a little bitter tasting (as I suppose are…

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Out for a Walk

Stephen Nielsen

Out for a walk on a warm Autumn day. Cold days ahead.

Multiple trees in the low lands.

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John MacArthur Says Open your Church

Stephen Nielsen

In this video, https://video.foxnews.com/v/6199606162001#sp=news-clips, John MacArthur, a popular California pastor, points our that the rate of covid-19 infection in California, at .000015%, is ridiculously low and not a reason to call off church. He said that they have been holding church services as they normally do. His church holds 8,000 on a Sunday and the church has been packed. No one wares masks or social distances. But he reports that for the last 7 months no one has gotten sick from covid. No one!

When asked why the government insists on the lock-down of churches in California, but permits BLM marches and riots, he stated simply that they favor one over the other. And he also insists that the constitution favors religious freedom; and that is why he feels that he is right in allowing his church to continue meeting as usual.

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Identity Politics: Does it Unite or Divide?

Stephen Nielsen

You may not be too familiar with this term. I wasn’t, until I read Sean Hannity’s book, Live Free or Die. Let me just reflect on what he wrote about identity politics.

He said, “[It] permeates every policy idea they [Democrats] have.”

Biden is one of worst at this. He said, “I’ll appoint the first black woman to the court,” and “I commit that I’ll pick a woman to be vice president.” And he has made so many other identity comments.

To me, the group Black Lives Matter is also using identity politics. It is playing the victim card and separating an entire race of people from everyone else. To me, the way to help a group of suffering people is not to keep drawing attention to their past suffering and to demand reparations; but instead, to treat them as equals and give them the same opportunities as everyone…

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