Thursday, January 29, 2015

Katy Perry Mash-Up - Super Bowl XLIX Katy Parody (by Anthem Lights) - YouTube

Katy Perry Mash-Up - Super Bowl XLIX Katy Parody (by Anthem Lights) - YouTube

Anthem Lights put this together within a short week.  It's clever, entertaining, and current for a few more days.

Even though this post is not a book, it is a commercial for this talented band composed of exceptional young men, Christians, who are role models for everyone.  This video includes the appearance of some of their family who are deeply rooted in Love and Truth, synonyms for God.

Sunday, January 25, 2015

The Mystery of the Shemitah: The 3,000-Year-Old Mystery That Holds the Secret of America's Future, the World's Future, and Your Future! by Jonathan Cahn

5 of 5 stars  *****

The uncanny coincidence of events in human history with a particular time according to the ancient Hebrew calendar is The Mystery of the Shemitah. Jonathan Cahn's Harbinger compliments this follow-up book of a 3,000-year-old instruction to the ancient Hebrews by God. Both books describe the wake-up calls and the consequences of disobedience to this instruction. The history is there, in the Bible, and the present day events are amazingly similar to that history in events, symbols, and timing. 

The most telling disobedient feature that leads to judgment over blessing is the killing of innocent children. The Jews kill their children when they abandon God for the false gods of their neighbors and abortion is responsible for many more deaths of the innocent, unborn children, today.

This book drives home the point that a society without God is a doomed society led by manipulative elitists who strive to better their lives through the hard work and fortune of others. The clear message is that everything belongs to God. The Shemitah is meant to eventually forgive all debt while allowing the poor to partake in the benefits of the land that feeds and nourishes. Unfortunately, this does not occur. The flaws of mankind reveal God's judgment in the times described in this profound work by Jonathan Cahn.