1. Prophecy Dichotomy of a Famine

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    Prophecy Dichotomy of a Famine, end of days, Government control, and the modern day Pharaoh Prophecy and an in depth look at the Famine during Joseph's day. In Egypt certain things were done to meet the famine head on and survive. Yet Dichotomy of a Famine we find Government control, power going to Pharaoh, and people who end up as slaves. Of course, had not God sent Joseph ahead to preserve Posterity and People, no one would of survived, especially Israel. Gen 47:14- And Joseph gathered up all the money that was found in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan, for the corn which they bought: and Joseph brought the money into Pharaoh's house. Gen 47:15- And when money failed in the land of Egypt, and in the land of Canaan, all the Egyptians came unto Joseph, and said, Give us bread: for why should we die in thy presence? for the money faileth. Yet today this Prophecy look at Dichotomy of a Famine tells us what modern nations and governments would do to keep power. When things go bad, control and staying in power is number one. You can take these principles from Prophecy Dichotomy of a famine and understand current government works in action to control American people. This works in every government situation, every troubled spot, and every place where chaos might reign and a people begin to look to its government for deliverance. The end result is the Mark of the beast for today's society. In Joseph's days, Israel ended up as slaves for 400 years, then God had to personally deliver them out of Egypt. What of America? What of modern society? Are there plans like Prophecy Dichotomy of a famine? Listen and find out! WIBR/WARN Radio: www.warn-radio.com www.warn-usa.com www.wingswatchman.org www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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    • Israel Judgments Part 2

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      Israel Judgments Part2 | ID# shabb-021513-israel-judgments2| www.warn-radio.com Israel Judgments Part2 | ID# shabb-021513-israel-judgments2 Judgments, instructions given by God to Moses on how the people would act, be judged, and live accordingly with each other. This week we continue in Chapter 23 of Exodus. By the Watchman Dana G Smith Keywords: Israel, Judgments, murder, parents, slaves, Jehovah, Lord God, blood of covenant, Moses, Aaron, Hebrews, Ex 23:20 Behold, I send an Angel before thee, to keep thee in the way, and to bring thee into the place which I have prepared. 21 Beware of him, and obey his voice, provoke him not; for he will not pardon your transgressions: for my name is in him. 22 But if thou shalt indeed obey his voice, and do all that I speak; then I will be an enemy unto thine enemies, and an adversary unto thine adversaries. Biblical resources on the WIBR/WARN sites: www.warn-usa.com, www.warn-radio.com, www.wingswatchman.org, www.warn-usa.com/watchman-network/ www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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      • Israel Judgments Part 1

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        Israel Judgments Part 1 | shabb-020813-israel-judgments1 Judgments, instructions given by God to Moses on how the people would act, be judged, and live accordingly with each other Keywords: Israel, Judgments, murder, parents, slaves, Jehovah, Lord God, blood of covenant, Moses, Aaron, Hebrews, Mishpatim "Judgments"; a verdict, judicially, a sentence, divine law Exo 21:1 Now these are the judgments[mish-pawt] which thou shalt set before them. Biblical resources on the WIBR/WARN sites: www.warn-usa.com, www.warn-radio.com, www.wingswatchman.org, www.warn-usa.com/watchman-network/ www.ddayforamerica.com www.dday4america.com

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        • Part 10: Prevailing Faith

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          In the exodus from Egypt, the closest and easiest way to travel to Canaan would have been to take the coastal highway along the Mediterranean Sea but this land was occupied by the Philistines, who were fierce fighters. Since God cannot trust most Christians, He will not send them into the good times right away but will direct them through the wilderness and this is what He did with the Hebrews. Pharaoh thought his slaves were only going into the desert to worship and pursued them once he realized they were not coming back. God knew the Hebrews would never willingly leave Egypt, even if they were slaves, and used Pharaoh and his army to push them through the Red Sea. Moses was the only Hebrew man with prevailing faith; the rest just came along for the ride. Likewise, it is the same today with most Christians; they just float around hoping that something good will happen to them. Do you have prevailing faith or are you just a floater?

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          • The Sin of the Jews

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            Welcome to Resurrection Life of Jesus Church This is a video from our weekly webcast. Sunday Service: 10:30AM PST Thursday Bible Study: 7:30PM PST eaec.org/​webcast.htm We are a Bible centered group of believers in Sacramento, California, who desire to grow in the full knowledge of Jesus Christ without compromise to His Word. We believe, teach and practice all things that Jesus taught and that were practiced by the Church in the book of the Acts of the Apostles. Our ministry is geared to strengthen people who are walking with Christ by equipping them to reach the younger generations so that God will continue to have some mighty men and women to proclaim the good news of the Gospel. ABOUT THE VIDEO Why do so many Jews have nothing but contempt for Jesus? After the destruction of Jerusalem in 587 B.C., the rabbi’s taught that the messiah would conquer the nations of the earth and the Gentiles would be slaves to the Jews. Jesus therefore did not fit their preconceived idea when he spoke of repentance and dying for the sins of the world. In fact, this Talmudic racist attitude so pervaded the early church that the Holy Spirit had to show the Jewish apostles that Gentiles had souls too and that Jesus had also died for them. But the Jewish leadership hated Jesus and slandered him even in death by saying Mary was a whore and Jesus was a bastard from a Roman soldier and is now in hell, boiling in hot excrement. What would your reaction be if you were Jewish and someone asked if you wanted to receive Jesus as your personal Lord and Saviour? If we are going to win Jewish people for Christ, we must learn their mindset and tactfully approach them with love.

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            • TDP - Prison Break Series Part 2: "Living Beyond Threats", Pastor Ezequiel Velez

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              Some of the prisons we are bound in are quite obvious, others are harder to be seen and detected. In part two of our series Pastor Ezequiel brings to light that sin is not the only force that imprisons, but to worry and allow anxiety to overtake our minds is a prison itself. To feel concern and some levels of worry are normal feelings, but we should be careful not to allow anxiety to take hold of us. Worrying has the power to make one sick, paralyzing one’s ability to function. As God’s children we must be moving forward, LIVING BEYOND THREATS.

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              • Biblical Work is NOT Enslavement to men

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                "You were bought with a price; do not become slaves of men." 1 Corinthians 7:23 There are many Gospel peddlers who will sell your soul to the world to feed themselves and their false gospels. They twist Holy Scripture and in the process preach and teach no redemption in abiding and overcoming faith in Christ redemption. The Lord Jesus Christ commandment requires men to enter His Kingdom with redeeming walking faith. Beware the Gospel peddler who wants you in bondage and is sold out to the world as a hireling. "But he that is an hireling, and not the shepherd, whose own the sheep are not, seeth the wolf coming, and leaveth the sheep, and fleeth: and the wolf catcheth them, and scattereth the sheep. The hireling fleeth, because he is an hireling, and careth not for the sheep." John 10:12-13

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                • Elevating A Healthy Work Ethic - 4/21/2013

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                  If you want to learn the biblical perspective of a good work ethic and gain a deeper understanding of slavery, watch today's message. Not only will you learn how these two are related, but you will also understand how to better honor our true king, Christ!

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                  • Danielle Mitchell :: Slavery Still Exists

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                    In this Pre-Conference breakout session, Human Trafficking Manager for World Relief, Danielle Mitchell, sheds light on the reality that human trafficking and slavery do exist today and shares about what you can do to help end this horrific crime.

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                    • Notre attitude envers le pêché / Our Attitude Towards Sin

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                      Il est triste de voir que beaucoup de chrétiens vivent encore sous l'esclavage du péché, ne réalisant pas que Jésus est venu pour nous sauver et délivrer de nos péchés. Certains ont une attitude légère envers leurs péchés tandis que d'autres sont légalistes et vivent sous la condamnation de leurs péchés. Puis il y a ceux qui sont conscients du fait qu'ils sont faibles, mais en même temps ils sont prêts à prendre leur croix, à renier leur chair et leur nature pécheresse, afin de permettre au Seigneur de les libérer, car ils désirent Le servir. It is sad to see that many Christians still live under the slavery of sin, not realising that Jesus came to save and deliver us from our sins. Some have a lighthearted or casual attitude towards their sins while others are legalistic and live under the condemnation of their sins. Then there are those who are aware that they are weak but at the same time are ready to take up their cross, to deny their flesh and their sinful nature, and to allow the Lord to set them free, because they desire to serve Him. Speaker: Miki Hardy. Language: French and English

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