God promises to give us all the desires of our heart. But He will only bestow this marvelous blessing on one condition. Learn what it takes to receive the greatest reward in the universe—next, on The Key of David, with Gerald Flurry.
“Delight yourself in the Lord”: This is God’s command to His loyal people. God expects us to keep this positive mind-set, even during horrible trials.
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The corrupt leadership of the Worldwide Church of God after Mr. Armstrong systematically destroyed every facet of the Work: publications sent to millions, a television and radio program broadcast on hundreds of stations, a concert series featuring the finest artists in the world, literature that changed lives, and more.
But a tiny remnant remained loyal to God as the Work was torn apart. These people delighted themselves in the Lord—and it is plain for all to see. Learn where God is working today. Read Raising the Ruins to discover the miracles He has performed through His obedient people. People die. Colleges die. Churches die. Spiritual lives die. God’s truth never dies.
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The World’s Most Powerful Weapon
It is over a thousand times more destructive than the biggest bomb ever detonated.
FROM THE EDITOR
This church-state combine has caused more destruction than any kingdom in history. Why is it a mystery to the world?
Instead of changing the behavior that caused the crisis, we return as quickly as possible to behaving exactly the same way.
If you can’t beat them …
This generation has discarded the basic idea of manhood that has dominated civilization for thousands of years. What are the results?
Normally when a person is hated, he hates right back. Not Daryl Davis.
After taking Yemen’s capital two years ago, the Islamic Republic is now shifting its focus from land to sea.
What is true wisdom and how can you attain it?
In the Apostle Paul’s day, there were many politicians, educators and philosophers who professed themselves to be wise. But the Bible says they became fools. “For the wisdom of this world is foolishness with God,” Paul wrote in 1 Corinthians.
In the Old Testament, the Prophet Isaiah warned, “Woe unto them that are wise in their own eyes, and prudent in their own sight!” So what is the biblical definition of godly wisdom? And how may we attain it?
On this episode of the Trumpet Daily, we look at the remarkable
example of a young King Solomon—someone who understood that true wisdom comes only from God—and that God gives it to those who have a humble attitude. Solomon turned to God for true wisdom and understanding—and your Bible says he became the wisest king who ever lived.
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Under Barack Obama the NSA “routinely violated” privacy protection laws, a recent report from Circa noted. The report is based on top-secret documents “that chronicle some of the most serious constitutional abuses to date by the U.S. intelligence community.” These revelations about the former president expose the major media’s double standard when it comes to reporting stories on the current president.
Niklas Frank, the son of Hans Frank, a prominent Nazi and confidant of Adolf Hitler, is a retired journalist and author. He is also one of his father’s biggest critics. For many years, Niklas has been outspokenly warning his own people to remember their history—so that history might not repeat itself. In today’s program, Niklas Frank joins host Stephen Flurry and theTrumpet.com’s managing editor Brad Macdonald to discuss Germany’s national character, the Catholic Church’s role in Nazi Germany, and Germany’s unsuccessful denazification. Even today, there is something in the German people that worries him.
The “keep calm and carry on” mentality isn’t stopping terrorists from carrying out horrific attacks on British soil. On Monday night, a suicide bomber detonated a homemade bomb packed with metal objects meant to inflict maximum damage on his target: teenage girls exiting a pop concert. After 22 people were killed and over 50 wounded, Britain’s leadership rushed to the defense of its Muslim population and urged citizens to carry on as usual—a tactic that has yet to produce any positive results. Instead of asking why Britain’s little girls are being slaughtered, the government instead prosecutes those who spew so-called “hate speech” about Islam. What will it take for Britain to wake up to the real problem? Tune in for this and more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Staggering technological advancement, the knowledge explosion, globalization and language trends are homogenizing the world. They are effectively shrinking the planet and blending the world’s peoples into an ever more interconnected global community. The integration and collaboration between nations and cultures today are utterly unprecedented. What does it mean to live in a world that is shrinking so quickly? What will be the effect of smashing the geographic and linguistic barriers that have segregated people into distinct cultures for so many centuries?
Many believe it is ushering in a new age of peace among the nations. And there is some evidence that seems to support that view—but other factors point to a very different, very sobering outcome. On today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show, guest host Jeremiah Jacques discusses these questions.