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Everyone else knew the U.N. would laugh at Trump’s claims. Why didn’t he?

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When a President brags about himself at a campaign rally, he will usually get wild cheers, chants, and applause. Speaking before the United Nations General Assembly is very different from a campaign rally which is why nobody would expect the same reaction. Nobody but Donald Trump.

In one of the most glaring, albeit inconsequential moments of embarrassment on the international stage, President Trump said this to the gathered dignitaries and world leaders:

“In less than two years my administration has accomplished more than almost any administration in the history of our country.”

Let’s set aside any debate about whether or not this is true. Valid arguments can be made in both directions. Let’s instead look at the insane disconnect the President has with the reality of situations. We’ll start with the obvious.

A United States President does not make historical claims about himself anywhere outside of campaign rallies. Period. Anywhere else, whether during interviews or press conferences or when addressing the the United Nations General Assembly, such bragging comes across as inappropriate at best, comical at worst. Today, Trump’s words were comical and the audience let him know that by laughing at him.

“So true,” he said as the laughter started to rise. After a brief pause, he said, “Didn’t expect that reaction but that’s okay.”

In the whole scheme of things, this is a meaningless faux pas. However, it demonstrates what many are starting to realize. This President really isn’t aware of anything outside of his own protective bubble. He sincerely believes that his accomplishments are so bright and glorious that he can make such haughty claims and receive the same type of applause he gets from his supporters at campaign rallies.

The left will try to label this a huge embarrassment. It’s not. One thing the world already knows is that President Trump’s self-image is inflated, so such words only act to reaffirm their assessment. In other words, they expect to hear such things. No damage was done.

The real question is how a speechwriter or any of his handlers allowed him to say it at all. Aren’t there people around him to say, “Umm, no Mr. President. You shouldn’t say that to the UN General Assembly.”

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Strait is the gate and narrow is the way: Churches, stop pushing a ‘wide gate’ doctrine

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Strait is the gate and narrow is the way Churches stop pushing a wide gate doctrine

The lukewarm nature of the modern church is easy to see when we look the way they handle faith and salvation. Churches seem to be very against the concept of the strait gate and narrow way as described by Yeshua. This should change.

Even if your church won’t change, you personally have the license to do so.

Matthew 7:13-14 (KJV)

13 Enter ye in at the strait gate: for wide is the gate, and broad is the way, that leadeth to destruction, and many there be which go in thereat:

14 Because strait is the gate, and narrow is the way, which leadeth unto life, and few there be that find it.

Rather than go into details in this article, I’ll leave it to this video I made a while back.

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Did Jesus die exactly 1000 years after King David died?

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Did Jesus die exactly 1000 years after King David died

History doesn’t tell us exactly when Yeshua was born. Luke tells us that He was about 30 years old when He began His ministry and we know it lasted approximately three and a half years.

And Jesus himself began to be about thirty years of age, being (as was supposed) the son of Joseph, which was the son of Heli, – Luke 3:23 (KJV)

We know that King David died in 970 AD. The math might start sounding pretty cool at this point, but I’ll elaborate.

Scholars put Yeshua’s birth to likely fall in the 6-4 BC range. Experts place the range of His death (and resurrection) between 30-33 AD as a result of the data that they’ve worked out.

If He did die in 30 AD, that would mean that he died exactly 1000 years after his human ancestor King David.

Some will point out that the calendars were changed, going from 364 to 360 up to 365 at different points within this time range across the various regions, but using the accepted calendars, we can claim that it’s possible for it to be a 1000 year gap. Knowing the amazing order and precision with which our Father has established His creation, it wouldn’t shock me to find out some day that it was precisely 1000 years all the way down to the second.

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The sons of God in Genesis 6 were not the sons of Seth (and Nephilim were really giants)

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The sons of God in Genesis 6 were not the sons of Seth and Nephilim were really giants

There are two camps of hermeneutics about how to reconcile the strange verses in the beginning of Genesis 6. We would like to demonstrate that the popular one is distinctly wrong and that the less popular one often takes Bible scholars down the wrong path.

It’s easy to see why the early church was very averse to the proper interpretation. They didn’t want to scare those new to the faith off with strange discussions of evil angels coming down to earth to take wives of human women, so they came up with an alternative to the obvious interpretation to better fit their sensibilities.

And it came to pass, when men began to multiply on the face of the earth, and daughters were born unto them,

2 That the sons of God saw the daughters of men that they were fair; and they took them wives of all which they chose.

Genesis 6:1-2 (KJV)

The common interpretation is that the “sons of God” were the sons of Seth and that the “daughters of men” were the daughters of Cain. The phrase for “sons of God” in this verse, Bene Ha’elohim, is used many times in the Bible and always refers to divine creatures created by God. These were angels. That’s all there is to it.

For easy proof of this, we simply need to apply logic to a verse that follows.

There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown.

Genesis 6:4 (KJV)

Sons of Seth that married daughters of Cain would not be able to yield giants (or as they’re called in other translations, Nephilim). Many of the earliest translations try to distort the words to fit their hermeneutics by saying that these weren’t really giants but were just really heroic but evil men. The 1599 Geneva Bible footnote says that “giants” could be interpreted as “tyrants.” This is false.

We go into much more depth on this topic and why many of the modern Bible scholars who are properly translating these verses tend to distort the truth in a dangerous way in our video.

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