Hungary’s nationalist Prime Minister says “Christianity is Europe’s last hope”

Hungary's nationalist Prime Minister says "Christianity is Europe's last hope"

Hungary’s nationalist Prime Minister says “Christianity is Europe’s last hope”

BUDAPEST, Hungary, February 18, 2018  – We are living in a day in which most people have a general feeling of hopelessness regarding the future. Under the pall of terrorism and talk of biological, chemical, and nuclear warfare, fear has engulfed our planet.

However, against this pessimistic and fearful backdrop and brushing aside any semblance of political correctness, Hungary’s Prime Minister boldly proclaimed in a national speech that, “Christianity is Europe’s last hope”.

Voters have responded favourably and Orban is a clear leader of all polls.

In a passionate speech, Prime Minister Viktor Orbán addressed his country and the world and warned that European nations which have encouraged migration have now, opened the way to the decline of Christian culture and the advancement of Islam.

Viktor Orban aged 54, stated that his government will reject efforts by the European Union and United Nations to ‘increase migration’ around the world.

Mr Orban claimed Islam would soon “knock on Central Europe’s door” from the west as well as the south.

Orbán started public life as a crusader against communism and attended Oxford University on a Soros scholarship. Soros, who expatriated from Hungary, also funded Orbán’s political organization, the Alliance for Young Democrats.

Although Viktor Orban is popular in Hungary, he is increasingly at battle with mainstream European Union politicians mostly centred on migration, since people fleeing war and poverty in the Middle East and Africa flooded into Europe in 2015.

Domestically, Orban has successfully reversed an economic slump in Hungary and has controlled its public finances. However, to achieve he has used methods that opposers have labelled authoritarian. However, Eastern leaders, most notably in Poland, have followed his lead.

Today, migration is the dominant theme of the prime minister’s agenda. ‘Absurd as it may sound the danger we face comes from the West, from politicians in Brussels, Berlin and Paris,’ Orban said to loud applause.

At the peak of the migrant crisis, he ordered a double razor wire fence to be built to keep people out of Hungary.

Orban has conflated the issue of immigration with the image of Soros, 87, whose name was used in a tough anti-migrant bill sent to Parliament on Wednesday 14th of February 2018. Soros, for his part, compared Orban unfavourably to both the Nazis and the Communists, saying his rule evoked dark memories from the 1930’s when Hungary was a partner with Nazi Germany.

However, Victor Orban remains firmly committed to his agenda, claiming that Soros and his supports of migration will lose the fight.

‘We don’t think the fight is hopeless, on the contrary, we are winning,’ Orban said. ‘The V4 is firm, Croatia has come around, Austria has turned in the patriotic direction, and in Bavaria, the CSU has created a resistance.’

Mr Orban will seek a third consecutive term in an April election.

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Evangelist Says 400,000 People Gave Their Lives to Christ at Event in Ukraine – Veronica Neffinger

Evangelist Says 400,000 People Gave Their Lives to Christ at Event in Ukraine

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Evangelist Nick Vujicic often speaks to massive crowds of people. Recently, he and his team reported that 400,000 people gave their lives to Christ at an event in Ukraine.

Vujicic was born without arms or legs, but that hasn’t stopped him from being involved in an influential ministry, which is called Life Without Limbs.

According to The Christian Post, Vujicic recently held an event in Ukraine and afterward posted a message on Facebook about its abundant success:

“The biggest event that our team at Life Without Limbs has seen and maybe the largest event ever in Europe – 800,000 people in the streets of Kyiv Ukraine! Thank you God,” he posted.

“400,000 repented of their sins and began their spiritual journey with Jesus – Now LWL celebrates the witness of 1 million decisions to walk with and trust God in everything face to face,” he added.

Vujicic also shared that he was in Russia for part of his European evangelism tour. “In Russia for 40 hours. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to meet the President this trip but we continue to plant seeds of love and hope across this country until some unique doors open to share – thank you for your support!”

 

Evangelist Says 400,000 People Gave Their Lives to Christ at Event in Ukraine

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Evangelist Nick Vujicic often speaks to massive crowds of people. Recently, he and his team reported that 400,000 people gave their lives to Christ at an event in Ukraine.

Vujicic was born without arms or legs, but that hasn’t stopped him from being involved in an influential ministry, which is called Life Without Limbs.

According to The Christian Post, Vujicic recently held an event in Ukraine and afterward posted a message on Facebook about its abundant success:

“The biggest event that our team at Life Without Limbs has seen and maybe the largest event ever in Europe – 800,000 people in the streets of Kyiv Ukraine! Thank you God,” he posted.

“400,000 repented of their sins and began their spiritual journey with Jesus – Now LWL celebrates the witness of 1 million decisions to walk with and trust God in everything face to face,” he added.

Vujicic also shared that he was in Russia for part of his European evangelism tour. “In Russia for 40 hours. Unfortunately I wasn’t able to meet the President this trip but we continue to plant seeds of love and hope across this country until some unique doors open to share – thank you for your support!”

 

Find out more about the writer on the link below:

Veronica Neffinger

UN says 2 peacekeepers wounded in Central African Republic

 

The U.N. says two peacekeepers in Central African Republic have been wounded in clashes with mostly Christian anti-Balaka militias who attacked the southern town of Pombolo.

U.N. deputy spokesman Farhan Haq tells reporters that peacekeepers arrived in Pombolo the previous day to protect civilians in response to widespread violence that has reportedly killed at least 26 people and wounded dozens.

He said Friday that the two wounded were in stable condition and were being taken to Bria for medical treatment. Additional peacekeepers were being deployed to reinforce the U.N. presence in the area.

Central African Republic has been wracked by violence between Muslims and Christians since 2013, when predominantly Muslim Seleka rebels overthrew the Christian president and seized power.

Popular Mainstream Rapper Kendrick Lamar Says: ‘Because of the State of the World My Next Album Will FOCUS On God’ By Henry Talker


Popular Mainstream Rapper Kendrick Lamar Says: ‘Because of the State of the World His Next Album Will FOCUS On God. By Henry talker


In a recent interview with The New York Times, Lamar spoke about the creative direction for his upcoming album. He said “God” is the “biggest missing component in life” so that is who the album will be focused around.

“I think now, how wayward things have gone within the past few months, my focus is ultimately going back to my community and the other communities around the world where they’re doing the groundwork. ‘To Pimp a Butterfly’ was addressing the problem. I’m in a space now where I’m not addressing the problem anymore,” he told the outlet. “We’re in a time where we exclude one major component out of this whole thing called life: God. Nobody speaks on it because it’s almost in conflict with what’s going on in the world when you talk about politics and government and the system.”
Lamar reflected on his family, in particular his younger brothers and when asked if the record will focus solely on religion, he replied, “It’s very urgent.”

“At one point in time I may have a little girl who grows up and tells me about her engagements with a male figure — things that most men don’t want to hear. Learning to accept it, and not run away from it, that’s how I want this album to feel,” he concluded.

The 29-year-old has not released any further information about the direction of the new album but he will be joining the likes of Kanye West and Chance the Rapper by using his faith and religious themes in their music.
Lamar has infused his music in the past with examples of his faith. His albums Good Kid, m.A.A.d City featured prayers and to To Pimp A Butterfly talked about God in the song .
“How Much a Dollar Cost?”

After the 2017 Grammy Awards, Lamer also praised God for fellow emcee Chance the Rapper’s historic win, as the first streaming artist to win a Grammy. Chance shared a screengrab on Instagram of the message.

“Congrats bro. God is moving,” Lamar wrote in the message, to which Chance replied, “He is! Love you brother!”
A seven time Grammy award winner, Lamar has also spoken about his faith being rooted in the Bible many times, and his Love for God.

Gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds says he’s ready to give away $10,000 in college scholarships by Henry Talker


Gospel singer Jonathan McReynolds says he’s ready to give away $10,000 in college scholarships by Henry Talker

McReynolds, the gospel music singer-songwriter is to give $10,000 for scholarships, for those in need through his Elihu Nation nonprofit organization.

He made the announcement on
social media , letting students know they can submit their applications starting on July 1.

Some facts about Mc Revnolds

McReynolds started the Elihu Nation nonprofit in 2013 after being inspired by his graduate studies at the Moody Bible Institute where he earned a master of arts degree in applied biblical studies two years ago. After seeing what he believed to be a lack of encouragement for people in the African-American community to develop their
talents in college,

McReynolds went to his own undergraduate alma mater, Columbia College in Chicago, Illinois, where he became an adjunct..

Pastor Adebayo Reacts To Viral Marriage Message says; ‘My Message Not For Everybody, Ask God To Speak To You’ —-

Against the background of the criticisms that greeted one of his sermons at the yearly convention of the Redeem Christian Church of God, its General Overseer, Pastor Enoch Adeboye, has said his messages are not for everybody.

The social media was awash a couple of weeks ago on the sermon of Adeboye to the youth members of the church at the Redemption Camp where the message bordered on the choice of marriage partners.

The widely circulated footage had shown Adeboye telling the men not to marry a woman who could not cook or pray for a minimum of an hour.

In the same video, he warned the spinsters not to marry a man who had no job or who could not show concrete evidence of his means of livelihood.

But the world renowned preacher on his Facebook page on Tuesday, in apparent reaction to the criticisms, said his messages were not for everybody.

Adeboye said, “My message are not for everybody. So, I plead with you, ask God to speak to you specifically.”

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News: Off The Alter And Into Studio Booth!! Fada Sheyin Says “It Is Possible” – Anticipate New Singles (With Samsong & Solomon Lange)

Off the alter and into the booth Fada Sheyin takes the Gospel as he is about to offer 2 astounding singles off his album “It Is Possible”. The Abuja based Gospel artiste and Priest is not your every day clergy man, he confronts with an unusual funkiness in his demeanor and style,  this has transcended into his fashion and music as well.

“It Is Possible” featuring Gospel sensation Samsong is a song of hope and also the title of Fada Sheyin’s album. He said:

“The song “It is Possible” is a very special song. The song tells my story which could also be the story of any one. The central message is that; amidst the vicissitudes of life, God always has an ultimate purpose for us and He is always able to make this possible. With God all things are possible.”

Fada Sheyin has a knack of working with the best hands who contributed to warping the varieties of sub-genres noticeable on his album such as Wole Oni, TKlex, Samsong, Henrisoul, Ify Benson, Reigny Franklin, Niyi P, DonSam, amongst others, little wonder he brought in the prowess of another Gospel heavyweight – Solomon Lange – on the 2nd single he will be releasing off the album titled “Yabo”.

“Yabo” is a song of praise and haven listened to the rendition, one will agree that the composition is a befitting praise to the Most High. Both Fada Sheyin and Solomon Lange put their creative and spiritual genes to an effective work.

“Solomon Lange is very important to my album project”, Fada Sheyin said. “You know he has a critically acclaimed single with the same title so it was only right I bring him in on mine and I’m stunned by what we have achieved.”

From  the Southern part of Kaduna State, Fada Sheyin was ordained on 5th of February 2014 at the Metropolitan Archdiocese of Abuja and presently works in Holy Cross Catholic Church, Gwarinpa, Abuja. He became active in music in 2009 and I dropped his first album titled “It is Possible” on the 14th of April, 2015. The album features artistes including Samsong, Solomon Lange, Henrisoul, Temple, Ify Benson, Donsam amongst others and he also worked with renowned producers such as Wole Oni, Niyi P, T-Klex and Donsam.

“It is Possible” featuring Samsong and “Yabo” featuring Solomon Lange will be released on the  27th of October. “It is Possible” was produced by Wole Oni alongside other tracks in the album while T-Klex produced “Yabo”. Fada Sheyin has also rounded off works on the video of the album-title single with music video director Unlimited LA, the video will be released next month.

About the “It is Possible” project, Fada Sheyin concluded;

“Of course, nothing good comes easy and indeed the entire project was not easy but with God all things are possible and feasible.”

What Satanic Statue in Detroit Says about Us – Jim Denison

The Satanic Temple in Detroit has unveiled a one-ton bronze tribute to Satan.  The statue depicts a person with a goat’s head, horns, and wings.  The image is flanked by statues of a young girl and boy gazing up at the creature in adoration.
 
However, the Satanic Temple says it doesn’t believe in Satan.  The group views the devil as “a literary figure, not a deity—he stands for rationality, for skepticism, for speaking truth to power.”
 
So Satanists stand for rationality and truth? 
 
New York Times columnist Ross Douthat explains why Planned Parenthood apologists have avoided commenting on the actual content in recently-released videos: “Because dwelling on that content gets you uncomfortably close to . . . that moment when you start pondering the possibility that an institution at the heart of respectable liberal society is dedicated to a practice that deserves to be called barbarism.”  Abortion supporters will continue to focus on women’s rights while ignoring “human beings that the nice, idealistic medical personnel at Planned Parenthood have spent their careers crushing, evacuating, and carving up for parts.”
 
How did our culture get so far from truth?
 
Evangelical scholar Os Guinness notes that recent decades have witnessed an astonishing rise in consumer choices, a phenomenon he calls the McDonaldization of our culture.  I remember when TV had three channels and we went on vacation to see our grandparents because that was all our family could afford.  Today’s consumer is immersed in choices—what to wear, to buy, to see, to do.  Our very lives seem to be the product of our choices.
 

Why wouldn’t we believe that reality is what we choose it to be?  Why wouldn’t we believe the lie that there are no lies?  Why wouldn’t we make Satan a symbolic literary figure and abortion a harmless reproductive choice?
 
Here’s where Christians must beware.  You and I live in the same consumer culture.  Our lives are equally constituted by our choices, or so we think.  We may believe that we make better choices than others.  But we can be just as deceived into thinking that we are what we decide to be.
 
Over the weekend I read Brennan Manning’s classic Abba’s Child.  Manning defines our core identity as the fact that we are loved infinitely and passionately by the God who is our “Abba,” “Daddy.”  To accept this identity, we must reject all others.  We must admit that we are nothing without God and that our choices cannot change this fact.

Manning quotes Thomas Merton: “The reason we never enter into the deepest reality of our relationship with God is that we so seldom acknowledge our utter nothingness before him.”  He agrees with St. Augustine: “There can only be two basic loves, the love of God unto the forgetfulness of self, or the love of self unto the forgetfulness and denial of God.”
 
Reality is ultimately not what you choose, but what your Creator has chosen.  He has chosen to like you, to love you, to die for you, to rise for you, to prepare your place in paradise, to walk beside you and in you right now.  He longs for you to see yourself as he sees you—the child of your Abba.
 
“See what kind of love the Father has given to us, that we should be called children of God; and so we are” (1 John 3:1).