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At a fly funeral, a fly priest is holding an emotional sermon about the life and death of Zac, a member of the fly community. The priest highlights Zac's death - a sensational death, the best death any fly could wish for: dying on the front-grille of a MINI Clubman.
8 Sep 2008
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From WorldNetDaily. TV ad features Barack Obama mocking Bible Candidate's 'Fight the Smears' site tries to bury video documentation By Drew Zahn WorldNetDaily A television commercial showing clips of Sen. Barack Obama mocking the Bible has prompted backlash from the candidate's "Fight the Smears" website, which falsely accuses the ad's creator of trying to scam Christians out of their money by promising to air a spot that will never be broadcast. Under the heading "Scamming the faithful," Obama's official website says of the man who made the commercial, "The trickster's claims about Barack's faith are every bit as false as his claims that this amateurish video is really a TV ad." WND has confirmed, however, that – true to his word – the ad's creator purchased air time for the commercial on television stations in the battleground state of Pennsylvania. Sources at WTAE-TV in Pittsburgh and a cable company servicing Erie told WND that the ad had been aired on several occasions. Nonetheless, in an Oct. 3 update to "Scamming the Faithful," the Obama website maintains its attack of the commercial's creator, Stephen Marks of the organization pH for America. "Nothing has changed here," reads the Oct. 3 update, "The scammer is still untrustworthy. … Making scams seem plausible is what tricksters like him are known for. In the end, he's even less credible now than he was when he first started taking people's money." "It is ironic indeed," responded Marks in a statement, "that this so-called 'Fight the Smears' website (is) not fighting smears but creating them." Marks insists that every dollar he has raised through his website and the appeal for support at the end of the ad "has gone to pay for the media buys and minimal production costs." Marks also claims that that pH for America purchased a television as a gift for the Obama campaign "so they can watch the TV and see the ads airing for themselves." Marks told WND, "If this ad is seen by all the swing voters in all the key swing states, it would not only anger anyone who reads the Bible, but will make anyone who sees the ad re-think the Jeremiah Wright fiasco as well as Obama's remarks in April that 'small town America' is so bitter that they have to 'cling to their guns and religion.' "Most Americans have thus far given Obama a pass on those two issues, but after seeing our ad, it will make many, if not most folks think, 'Now I finally understand why Obama would belong to such a radical church,' and 'Now I finally understand Obama's true contempt for people of faith regarding his 'cling to their guns and religion' remark," Marks said. Obama's website claims that Marks deliberately edited clips of the candidate to make Obama look bad and that the commercials don't reflect the nature of the speech from which they were taken. "With such a deceptive person behind this video, it's not surprising that everything he says about Barack is deeply dishonest and wrong, too," says the "Fight the Smears" website. "The video takes 5 sentences out of a 4,500-word speech Barack gave in 2006 completely out of context to stoke division and hatred." The commercial features edited clips from a speech Sen. Obama made before a conference in Washington, D.C., June 28, 2006. The entire transcript of the speech can be seen here, but the immediate context is as follows: Whatever we once were, we are no longer just a Christian nation; we are also a Jewish nation, a Muslim nation, a Buddhist nation, a Hindu nation, and a nation of nonbelievers. And even if we did have only Christians in our midst, if we expelled every non-Christian from the United States of America, whose Christianity would we teach in the schools? Would we go with James Dobson's, or Al Sharpton's? Which passages of Scripture should guide our public policy? Should we go with Leviticus, which suggests slavery is ok and that eating shellfish is abomination? How about Deuteronomy, which suggests stoning your child if he strays from the faith? Or should we just stick to the Sermon on the Mount - a passage that is so radical that it's doubtful that our own Defense Department would survive its application? So before we get carried away, let's read our Bibles. Folks haven't been reading their Bibles. The group pH for America is a 527 organization – so named for the IRS designation for such groups – created by Marks, a Republican political consultant who also created advertisements criticizing 2004 Democrat candidate John Kerry. The group's website boasts it "is hoping to become the 'Swiftboat' 527 organization of 2008," referencing the Swift Boat Veterans for Truth, a 527 organization that created commercials widely credited with contributing to Kerry's defeat. Evan Tracey, chief operating officer of Campaign Media Analysis Group, told CNN the appeal for money at the end of the pH for America advertisement, rather than an indication of "scamming" or "tricking" people, is common for 527 organizations trying to impress donors. "Even though an ad buy might be small now, remember, these groups are auditioning right now for late donations to take these ads to a larger scope," Tracey said. "Remember, the Swift Boat original ad buy was less than $1 million and ran in only a handful of small media markets." Marks echoed that strategy in a release announcing the successful purchase of air time for his group's commercial. "Unlike other 527 groups who are funded by millionaires, ours has been funded by grass-roots blue-collar voters offended by the side of Barack Obama they see in our ad," Marks said. "We hope that as more folks see the ad, that we will eventually get help from more affluent contributors." SAY THIS PRAYER: Dear Jesus, I am a sinner and am headed to eternal hell because of my sins. I believe you died on the cross to take away my sins and to take me to heaven. Jesus, I ask you now to come into my heart and take away my sins and give me eternal life. *******www.armyofgod****
12 Dec 2011
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مفتي سوريا و هو يصف و يشرح لماذا لم نسمع بكربلاء و استشهاد الامام الحسين(ع)ولكم الرأي The Mufti of Syria, a Sunni Muslim, speaks about the Wahabi media machine that has faithfully continued the work of the Umayyad media machine that started 14 centuries ago in distorting historic facts to justify their false supremacy over humanity and other Islamic schools of thought. In this short clip, the Mufti contrasts Imam Ali and Muawiya, without mentioning any names of course. Ironically, the sermon is given in the city that was once Muawiya's capital city. Yet another confirmation that Wahabiism is a cancerous tumor that continues to cause strife between Sunnis and Shia and Muslims and Non-Muslims.
27 Oct 2008
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What does it mean to be a spiritual adulterer? What should our attitude towards the world be? How can I be right with God? Who is God and how can I know Him? The answer to these and other questions will be answered in this captivating sermon by Vladimir Khabibulin.
29 Oct 2008
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A funny skit followed by an excerpt from the sermon.
29 Oct 2008
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12 Nov 2008
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1.Official: Newly elected Presiding Bishop Charles E. Blake. 1. Sunday November 15th 2008 Bishop Charles E. Blake-Sermon(God Has Your Back) God protects as he directs. Distributed by Tubemogul.
22 Nov 2008
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Ray Comfort (born December 5, 1949) is a New Zealand-born Christian.[1] He started Living Waters Publications and The Way of the Master in Bellflower, California, and has written a number of books. Born Jewish, Comfort was raised with next to no religious experience, having stated, "I went through life without any Christian instruction at all. I think I went to church about three times in about twenty years. I hated it. I found it an insult to my intellect."[2] For many years, he served as an itinerant minister and associate pastor in his former hometown of Christchurch, teaching around New Zealand and Australia. In the 1970s, he began open-air preaching, which he has since done several thousand times. Around 19811982, he started using the principles of what he calls "Biblical Evangelism" (see below) after reading Charles Spurgeon and the New Testament books of Romans and Galatians. According to Comfort, he has designed dozens of gospel tracts since the 1970s, leading to the tract ministry of Living Waters currently selling millions of tracts each year.[3] In 1989 , he accepted an offer from Hosanna Chapel (of the Calvary Chapel fellowship) in Bellflower, California, to begin full-time ministry in the United States. Currently, Comfort lives with his wife Sue in Southern California, and they have three adult children. He has also written many books and is a regular platform speaker at Southern Baptist state conferences. Origins and theology In late 2001 and early 2002, Comfort collaborated with actor Kirk Cameron to launch a ministry called The Way of the Master to teach Christians how to promote their faith "simply, effectively, Biblically ... the way Jesus did". Comfort and Cameron were also involved in rewriting some key scenes in the movie Left Behind II: Tribulation Force, which co-starred Cameron. He believes that evangelisation is the main reason that the Christian Church exists and that many of the evangelistic methods used by the church over the last century have produced more false conversions to Christianity than true ones. The key component Comfort uses is the "Moral Law of God" (The Ten Commandments) to speak about evidence of sin in the lives of his listeners before presenting the gospel of Christ to them. (See Biblical Evangelism for more details.) His realization of this method led to him in the mid-1980s to formulate two sermons entitled "Hell's Best Kept Secret" and "True and False Conversions." Comfort has no theological degree and has had no formal training.[4] Ray Comfort believes there are millions of Roman Catholics and Protestants who have never been born again. They are Christian, he states, by profession but may have never found a place of Biblical repentance.[5] He currently continues in itinerant ministry as a preacher and speaker at many churches and evangelism seminars, including Worldview Weekend events.[citation needed] Ray also preaches most Saturday afternoons at Huntington Beach, California, with a mechanical gorilla named Link, which helps him to draw a crowd and argue against the theory of evolution.[citation needed] As well as co-hosting Way of the Master Radio, he has been, together with Cameron, the co-host of The Way of the Master Television Show, since December 2003. The show has aired two thirteen-episode seasons, and is currently filming the third season, expected to air in the Fall of 2008. Interviews and debates On March 17, 2006, Martin Bashir interviewed Comfort and Cameron about The Way of the Master on a segment of Nightline.[citation needed] Comfort has debated atheists, including at the 27th National Convention of American Atheists in Orlando, Florida on April 13, 2001 (Good Friday) when Comfort debated Ron Barrier, the National Spokesperson for American Atheists. [6] Despite the hostile crowd, Comfort later stated that "[t]hey laughed at my humor, and although there was unified mockery at some of the things that I said, I was able to go through the Ten Commandments, the fact of Judgment Day, the reality of Hell, the Cross, and the necessity of repentance, and no one stopped me.
16 Mar 2011
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. First of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. First of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. Forth of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. First of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. First of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. Eighth of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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An audio message of a sermon of healing evangelist Smith Wigglesworth *******www.smithwigglesworth****, preached by Joel Hitchcock *******www.joelhitchcock****. Focuses on strong faith for healing, power and miracles by knowing God. Ninth of nine approx 10-minute parts of message
15 Dec 2008
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*******www.christianaid*******/emergencies/current/burma_cyclone/index.aspx MOBO-winning, hip-hop artist Jahaziel has recorded his thoughts on the Burma cyclone disaster as part of Christian Aid's new resource for church youth leaders, Eyes on the Storm. The video was filmed in the London grafitti tunnel decorated by Banksy and others. OUT NOW! Our special-appeal pack calls young Christians to respond to the Burma cyclone by fundraising and praying. It includes a DVD with Jahaziel's rap, recipes donated by celebrity chef Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstall, behind-the-scenes footage from natural disasters and notes for a sermon to discuss the most mysterious of questions: Why does God let it happen? To order your copy email mpowerchristian-aid****
28 Dec 2009
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