Friday, December 15, 2017


Tom's Journal.

Foreword in Danish:

Hej Kære venner fra Danmark:
jeg fik sådan en super travl uge - rejser til og fra lokale, Iron Mountain, MI., VAMC [Veteran's Administration Medical Center] med så mange forskellige besøg, plus fik jeg endelig min nye Nurse Practitioner, kaldet Beverly, der synes at være rart og smart. Priset være Herren! Jeg siger dette, fordi alt for mange gange VA hyrer nogle værdiløse nye, unge læge fra Pakistan, som kun de kan afhente deres løncheck $$$ ! Undskyld, men jeg nægter at lade nogle 'doctor's learning dummy." Jeg ønsker en krydret, moden, Medicinsk mand, der ved hvad de laver. Jeg ved, at jeg ikke skal leve evigt her på jorden --- men kun ønsker lidt respekt og livskvalitet, mens jeg stadig er her. Ha!
Min kone og jeg er ved at falde til ro, og nyder vores dyrebare tid sammen i den store nordlige Michigan, men om vinteren, den indvendige luft bliver meget tørt, så vores hænder/ hud udtørrer og sprækker åbne med smerte. Måske skulle jeg ikke bekymre mig så meget, men jeg føler, at jeg er nødt til at være opmærksomme på ting i livet, at være sund og glad.
Min dejlige kone og jeg læser/ studere Bibelen Bibelen - ofte, af og til hver dag. Den praksis holder sindet og hjertet.
Venlig hilsen
Thomas G. Schuckman Email:
"Jesus er Herre".

Tactical and Preparedness Newsletter

By: Ox and David Morris

I know that not all of my readers attend church. Even if you don't go to church, I'd encourage you to read today's article to pick up some easy to find, but little known things that the Bible says about self-defense.
There’s been a lot of talk since the shooting in Sutherland TX about church shootings and church security.
Well meaning people have said that guns don’t belong in churches, but today I'm going to point out why I believe the Bible says that it is appropriate to have an armed congregation.
Church security has been a passion of mine for more than a decade and I have had to wrestle with several issues regarding the place of guns in church, stopping evil vs. turning the other cheek, carrying when it's less-than-legal, and the balance between people who abhor violence of any kind and people like me who train to use violence to be able to stop aggressors from preying on innocent people.
Read more now, and share your thoughts--positive or negative--by clicking >HERE<

If you're open about your preps, please feel free to share the link on Facebook, Twitter, and other social media and "like" us on Facebook. If not, I get it :)
Stay safe and God Bless,
Ox & David Morris

Hello  Friends in the USA and all over the World !
        When ever I pick up a Newspaper or turn on the TV- News Medea,  I expect that I will see death, murder, poverty, crime and violence somewhere in the world.   We are so blessed to live in a place where violence is  always present,  along with lies from the Democratic--Liberal- Socialist sector of Society, in the USA.    
    I am sure that all my readers have heard this same old thing many times....   sorry.   

Well,   I am going to enjoy this bright sunny day, and I hope you do too.

Warm Regards,
Tom  Schuckman

Fri, Dec 15, 2017 9:43 am

          Hal Lindsey
To tschuckman

December 15th, 2017
Last week, President Donald Trump formally recognized Jerusalem as the capital of Israel.

He also announced that the United States would begin the process of moving its embassy there. That process will take at least three years, and probably more.

It's hard to see why this is such a big deal. Jerusalem has never not been the capital of Israel. Not only since the formal founding of modern day Israel in 1948, but thousands of years before that.

Nevertheless, the mainstream media went into a frenzy. Reuters said that it "reversed decades of U.S. policy" and imperiled "Middle East peace efforts and (upset) the Arab world and Western allies alike." And it got all those calamities into just the first sentence!

Saudi Arabia called the move "irresponsible and unwarranted."

Iran's Ayatollah Khamenei said Trump's action was the result of "incompetence and failure..." Huh?

The EU's top diplomat said it would "undermine" EU peace efforts. It's a little hard to undermine something that has already been dead and buried for years!

Hamas leader Ismail Haniyeh routinely declared that the move was "an uncalculated gamble that will know no limit to the Palestinian, Arab, and Muslim reaction." So what isn't?

Truth be known, though there were a few violent protests in Gaza and the West Bank, the reaction has not been as bad as the response to last summer's decision by Israel to install metal (read that "weapons") dectectors at the entrances to Temple Mount. And that was intended to protect everyone's safety! Muslim and non-Muslim alike.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu declared it "a momentous day...." He said that in Jerusalem's "extraordinary history and over the millennia, you can cite a few significant milestones. Yesterday's statement by President Trump is such a milestone."

Ironically, just as America's support for Israel is reaching new heights, its support by young evangelical Christians is reaching new lows.

One key to U.S. support for Israel has been the evangelical Christian community. But among younger evangelicals, that support may be diminishing.

A recent survey reveals that, among evangelicals 18-34, 58% have a positive view of Israel. That compares with 70% of those over 50 and 77% of those over 65. Those aren't huge differences, but they do show a definite trend downward.

In view of the findings, Joel Rosenberg noted, "If you extrapolate that, in 10 years you have a crisis, but now we have a challenge."

In commenting on these findings, The Jerusalem Post noted, "Younger people are less familiar with the Bible and increasingly moved by social justice concepts. That means they are easy targets for pro-Palestinian narratives."

And do they have some narratives!

In fact, Muslims are masters of myth.

Sometimes Arab propaganda is subtle. At other times, it can be so outrageous, so preposterous, and so imaginative that you have to marvel at the sheer inventiveness.

Here's an example. One of the Mideast myths cut from whole cloth is the notion that Jerusalem is actually an Arab city.

The Arab propaganda machine has managed to convince world media, diplomatic establishments, and many in academia that Jerusalem is as important to Muslims as it is to Jews.

While it's true that Al-Aqsa mosque and the Dome of the Rock shrine are important to Islam, and they're located in Jerusalem, they were actually built on top of the Jews' old Temple -- which existed thousands of years earlier.

Jerusalem was never an important city to Muslims. In fact, when Mohammed started Islam, in order to attract Jews and Christians, he suggested that daily prayers be directed to Jerusalem.

After 18 months, that proved a bust. So he changed direction. Since then, Muslims have prayed in the direction of Mecca -- the undisputed holiest city in Islam.

Long after Mohammed was dead, a legend arose that he ascended into the seventh heaven from the Temple Mount in Jerusalem. The Koran only says that the event took place at the "uttermost mosque." But there was no mosque in Jerusalem at that time.

At the time of Mohammed's death, Medina was the farthest mosque. In fact, there was a Christian church occupying Temple Mount when Mohammed died. Yet the Palestinians want to rename the Western Wall -- or Wailing Wall -- the "Buraq Wall" in honor of Mohammed's horse (on which he rode into heaven).

There is no historical evidence that Mohammed ever set foot in Jerusalem.

Al-Aqsa mosque may, indeed, be Islam's third holiest site, but there is nothing about the city of Jerusalem that would even compare it to Islam's holiest cities of Mecca and Medina.

British historian and Persian scholar, Christopher Sykes, wrote, "To the Muslims, it is not Jerusalem, but a certain site in Jerusalem which is venerated. To a Muslim, there is a profound difference between Jerusalem and Mecca and Medina. The latter are holy places containing holy sites. Apart from the hallowed rock, Jerusalem has no major Islamic significance."

Until 1948, that is.

When the Jews declared the modern state of Israel, with Jerusalem as their capital, "...suddenly, for the first time in history, the Arabs discovered and revealed to the world the vehement, passionate, almost desperate, accents of a deep-rooted, long-standing and undying attachment to Jerusalem." (Samuel Katz)

Muslim attachment to Jerusalem came about in the last 100 years. But for the Jews, it has been 3,000 years. No people are as connected to a city as Jews to Jerusalem. That connection is historical, religious, physical, emotional, and spiritual.

For hundreds of years, Jews around the world have ended the Passover Seder with the words, "Next year in Jerusalem."

Despite what the UN, the EU, or the Arab world might say, God Himself made Jerusalem the eternal capital of Israel.

Don't miss this week's Report on TBN, Daystar, CPM Network, various local stations, or Check your local listings.

God Bless,

Hal Lindsey

mail: HLMM, P.O. Box 470470, Tulsa, OK 74147

Hal Lindsey Media Ministries, P.O. Box 470470, Tulsa, OK 74147
Sent by in collaboration with