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VFNRadio Second Hour September 5, 2014



God’s purpose to the Hardships in Life and How to Have Hope in Them

   Greg, Pat and Steve share an encouraging message of how to be hopeful in increasing days of hardship and difficulty. Imagine a plant sees a tiller coming towards it. What is seen as painful is actually meant to prepare the plant and help it to grow. In John 15:5, Jesus shares, I am the vine; you are the branches. If you remain in me and I in you, you will bear much fruit; apart from me you can do nothing.” Often times, when we realize what we had been putting our hope in fails us, we get distressed and worrisome. On the contrary, it is actually a good thing. It is at this moment we realize we are putting our hope and trust in something, or someone other than God. “May the God of hope fill you with all joy and peace as you trust in him, so that you may overflow with hope by the power of the Holy Spirit.”  -Romans 15:13.  Be encouraged as you learn a biblical perspective of hardships, how to have your trust and hope in God, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Phil Robertson, deception, rumors of war, ISIS, circumstances, and hope.

Living a Saturated Life in the Word of God to Be a Fruitful Seed

   Greg, Pat and Steve talk about the truth that God’s word accomplishes what it sets out to do. Often times, one can hear or listen to the word of God sporadically and then question the outcome. One has to look a little deeper into this scripture to find out the importance of the process. God’s Word, like rain, when applied to our life, constantly, will bear forth much seed, much bread, and much fruit. In order to be a fruitful seed for God, we must position ourselves correctly in the soil and take seriously in our lives what God says is important. Find out how to be saturated in the word of God, what happens if we don’t, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: seeds, rain, bread, water, fruit, and abiding.

Can Martial Law be a Good Thing? A look through the Constitution and History

   Greg, Pat, and Steve have a biblical conversation about the truths of Martial Law and its applications. The Constitution reveals a deeper reality of Martial Law and the first President of the United States, George Washington, was actually the first to institute it. In recent history, Hurricane Katrina brought much unrest and chaos to a region that caused military forces to institute a curfew. Now, we are not advocating the application of Martial Law but it is inevitable. If we are prepared for it, we can get through it, and come out of it better than where we presently are. Before Martial Law is carried out, there can be robberies, shootings and even death. Taking this into consideration without it, many wouldn’t have tomorrow.

The History Channel put together a documentary, “After Armageddon” that brings to light many true events that can take place after a collapse. Whether it’s financial, or economic, it can happen as a result of different reasons. When there is no food, when there are no banks, people can come together who do not have food in order to look for food.  When someone is found to have what they’re looking for, this can be seen as a gang, from the outside. Even if it’s a ‘noble’ gang, it’s still a gang with the intentions to take from one for the sake of another. Don’t be surprised about the reality of Martial Law and don’t have an adversarial viewpoint of the authorities who are just doing their job to instill peace. In these critical moments, it is imperative to be prepared and not to be naïve. Find out the realities of Martial Law, how it applies to society, how you can prepare, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: Rick Joyner,  After Armageddon, Ferguson, Hurricane Katrina, Robin, Wisdom, Cloward & Piven, and wisdom.

‘We Won’t Be Cowed by ISIS’ says Great Britain Prime Minister David Cameron and President Obama

   Greg, Pat, and Steve talk about the meeting between Prime Minister David Cameron and President Obama regarding the realities of ISIS in an upcoming NATO summit in Wales. CBN reports Cameron’s strong remarks, “We have to take a long term, tough, intelligent, patient view of this,” he said. “We are going to have to squeeze it out of existence. It is going to take time.” We don’t know what the plans are but we do know that it is God’s plans that prevail. The fact that people are coming together willing to deal with ISIS is positive. Find out the details of how the nation’s leaders are responding, and so much more. Also shared in this segment: CBN, Prime Minister David Cameron, President Obama, NATO and ISIS.





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