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Brannon Howse
Aired Wednesday, July 18
Brannon Howse: July 18, 2018
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Russia’s Multi-Front War on the West (Part 2) Topic: Former Romanian Minister for Communications and Information, Marius Bostan claims that Russia’s Vladimir Putin and the Marxists continue to use the Marxist dialectic of pitting opposites. He warns that in Europe and America Putin is busy with his information operations that increase the left-right fighting for instability and crisis. Topic: The proof Russia is behind increasing the flood of Muslim immigrants into Europe and including among the immigrants––trained ISIS terrorists. Many of these immigrants have made their way to America under President Obama. Topic: The historical proof that the Kremlin has for years trained and funded the Islamic terrorists. Topic: We take your calls.

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When you’re hit with bad news you can scarcely absorb, a friend can be a great help. However, the friends of Job were scant comfort when he was undergoing severe trials. Their advice demonstrates the limits of human understanding.


Guest: Dr. Jimmy DeYoung. Topic: How confident is Dr. DeYoung that he will go to heaven if he dies before the rapture of the Church? Topic: Why have so many of today’s pastors and religious speakers made salvation so complicated? Topic: The connection between the importance and guarantee of Bible prophecy having been fulfilled and being fulfilled and the certainty and guarantee of salvation. Topic: Pro-Iranian forces set ... and ready, for orders to eradicate Israel from a base in Syria's Golan Heights. Topic: Syrian President Assad determined to make Syrian's hate Israel again. Topic: Israeli Prime Minister meets with Putin in Moscow - before Putin meets Trump in Helsinki. Topic: Israeli "right" in the body politic of Israel dreams of a Third Temple in Jerusalem. Topic: We take your calls.

Some have said that forgiveness is the most difficult commandment that we're given as Christians. Why? Perhaps it strikes at the core of our pride that says we deserve better than what we're getting. It could also be a case where we feel that if we forgive someone, we're letting someone get away with something.

Joining Jim to discuss this very important issue in the Christian walk was Jeff Miller. Jeff is a pastor and author of several booklets including, 'Forgiven People Forgive: A Biblical Response to Forgiveness'.

Jeff defined forgiveness as releasing someone from a debt. Someone wrongs you or you perceive that you've been wronged and you let them know that they're no longer obligated to make restitution for the wrong that was caused. It's not an issue any longer. It's over. The debt has been canceled.

Is there a difference between the world's perspective on forgiveness compared to God's perspective? Jeff described the world's perspective as just keeping the peace or just being civil toward one another or perhaps being forgiving only in the way you say it.

However, the Bible's motivation for forgiving others isn’t' just saying, 'You don't owe me anything.' Forgiveness has to be a heart disposition for wanting to do that. It admits having been wronged, but by God's grace you want to move on from that and you don't want it to be an issue anymore.

Jim has 3 big lessons on forgiveness that he described:

(1) I forgive because relationships are important. (2) I forgive because it's expected. (3) I forgive because I am forgiven.

Other points discussed related to the issue of forgiveness included:

--Failure to forgive can turn us into bitter/resentful people. How does this happen?
--Is forgiving others as Christ has forgiven us our prime motivator?
--What about those who say their case is different and we can't possibly understand the level by which they've been hurt?
--What if the other person doesn't want to reconcile? Does that take us 'off the hook'?
--What about the following excuses: 'He/she has to come to me.'/'They'll just do it again.'/'I will forgive, but I won't forget!'

​​Set for this coming July 26-28 in St. Louis Missouri is the conference 'Revoice' - a conference looking to affirm those who wish to identify as both homosexual and Christian. In addition to Revoice, an October conference in Cincinnati, Ohio (largely directed toward youth pastors) is set with the same agenda. Joining Jim today to discuss this is Peter LaBarbera. Peter is the Founder and President of Americans for Truth about Homosexuality. 

Crosstalk issues 'Warning' to the biblical church as these so called 'Christian conferences' are promoting the support, encouragement and empowerment of those identifying with the LGBTQ movement. The hope being that these so labeled, will 'flourish while observing the historic Christian doctrine of marriage and sexuality.' However, promoted is a 'new gospel community' reaching out to Church leadership everywhere - blurring the lines and equipping Pastors to implement the thinking (teaching) from these conferences. 

While these groups have a very welcoming persona, Peter LaBarbera has been told he can not attend Revoice. LaBarbera shares this recent experience and exposes how even though Revoice Conference claims to hold to traditional, biblical values - what they are indeed standing up for is actually pushing perversion into the mainstream. LaBarbera offers much commentary and answers for how the Church need take heed to this warning and respond. Crosstalk takes your calls. 


Featuring: Researcher Chris Pinto, Former DHS Officer Phil Haney & Former Catholic Mike Gendron. Topic: How Nazi Germany Weaponized Islam For Jihad & Socialists Still Do So Today. Topic: Pope Francis Says Catholics & Muslims Worship The Same God: What Are The Similarities Between Islam & Catholicism? Topic: Former Department of Homeland Security Officer on Sabotage From Within. Topic: We take your calls.

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