Right From The Horse's Mouth! The Project for a New American Century

Written by Frank Reilly

In recent months we have engaged in many conversations with Christians and non Christians alike, on matters concerningrepparttar American Government, and its activities inrepparttar 137196 world today. On a universal level, those ofrepparttar 137197 faith AND those who do not share our faith agree on one thing, and that is that none of what we have been saying here at 11th Hour forrepparttar 137198 last 14 months is actual fact, and that it is all "OUR opinion and OUR misinterpretation of George W's policies and intentions", purely speculation and our conjecture: no supportable facts". The following article will summarily place that statement inrepparttar 137199 wastebasket... where it belongs. The document outlined in this article was inspired byrepparttar 137200 foreign policy outline drawn up by Dick Cheney and his colleagues in 1992, when he was secretary of defense forrepparttar 137201 Senior Bush's administration. It is a documented fact that these men had sent letters to Bill Clinton and raved about these mandates that they felt were essential to America's future. The Project for a New American Century, (so called), is an initiative of "The New Citizenship Project", which is made up of a startling group of names, which will be mentioned here. It is absolutely sobering and even chilling when you readrepparttar 137202 process of world domination laid out in this document, when you considerrepparttar 137203 fact thatrepparttar 137204 Men who wrote and endorse this document, arerepparttar 137205 very men who are in control ofrepparttar 137206 White House,repparttar 137207 Pentagon, andrepparttar 137208 Defense Dept! Let's take a look at their motives and their intentions, how they have played out recently, and what we can expect from our government going forward...

The PNAC's Statement of Principles is written by, and bearsrepparttar 137209 names ofrepparttar 137210 following people: Elliott Abrams, Gary Bauer, William J. Bennett, Jeb Bush, Eliot A. Cohen, Dick Cheney, Midge Decter, Paula Dobriansky, Steve Forbes, Aaron Friedberg, Francis Fukuyama, Frank Gaffney, Fred C. Ikle, Donald Kagan, Zalmay Khalilzad, I. Lewis Libby, Norman Podhoretz, Dan Quayle, Peter W. Rodman, Stephen P. Rosen, Henry S. Rowen, Donald Rumsfeld, Vin Weber, George Weigel, Paul Wolfowitz. You can also add to this list Richard Perle and Condoleezza Rice, who met withrepparttar 137211 core group about how to promoterepparttar 137212 principles ofrepparttar 137213 War

Give Him a Stone!

Written by Rev.A.R.Smith

Give Him a Stone.

Luke 11:10-11:13

Give Him a Stone. I was raised up inrepparttar rural parts of appalachia, some said that it would be noon beforerepparttar 137150 sun would hitrepparttar 137151 ground. Raised by hard working parents, never tiring of working from dawn to dusk, to provide for their children. One year, my parents moved fromrepparttar 137152 home, I was born in, to another house, so that I and my brothers and sister, would be closer torepparttar 137153 school we attended. We had hard times there, not really fitting in withrepparttar 137154 rest ofrepparttar 137155 students, were we poor? Not really, My dad would rise beforerepparttar 137156 sun was up, go to work and my mother would always have breakfast onrepparttar 137157 table before we got out of bed.Our clothes were always clean and pressed. Beingrepparttar 137158 youngest, I wasrepparttar 137159 recipient of many a hand-me down from my brothers. I didn’t mind, some of their clothes were pretty cool. Dad always bought us new clothes before we started school and demanded that we take good care of them. My oldest brother Richard, moved out west, another brother, Ronnie, died, Willie and Carl, went to war, and my sister got married, I felt so alone, in a house that was always filled with love and protection. I was learning what life was really all about. But, all in all, I remembered that what ever we needed as children, growing up, was always there, Love, Food, water, clothing and shelter. Life was Brown Beans and Cornbread. A simple life but one that was filled with Love, one for another.I was taught about Jesus, and how every need we had would be filled by Him, and how a new family would take a part in my life,repparttar 137160 church. I was taught, ”Ask and you shall receive” I thought that this was great, I thought that there would be no christian that would ever do without as long as we were all inrepparttar 137161 church family. Lets read a little of what I was taught. Luke 11:10-13; For every one that asketh receiveth; and he that seeketh findeth; and to him that knocketh it shall be opened. If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he give him a stone? or if he ask a fish, will he for a fish give him a serpent? Or if he shall ask an egg, will he offer him a scorpion? If ye then, being evil, know how to give good gifts unto your children: how much more shall your heavenly Father giverepparttar 137162 Holy Spirit to them that ask him? To me this man Jesus was what I needed in life and because we were in His Fathers Family all our needs would be met. Later in life I strayed fromrepparttar 137163 family, trying to do things my way, you know a young man with no worries, problems or fear. But one thing I always kept inrepparttar 137164 back of my mind isrepparttar 137165 words of Jesus. After a number of years, I thought likerepparttar 137166 prodigal son, ”Am I better off without my Father or should I go back and appologise for everything that I have done? ”Luke 15:17 And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father’s have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger! Luke 15:18 I will arise and go to my father, and will say unto him, Father, I have sinned against heaven, and before thee, ;this is how I felt without God. So I returned and He forgave. So I started to minister to any and all that would listen. Andrepparttar 137167 more I started to look atrepparttar 137168 Church Family, I found out something very interesting. The family that I had left was nowhere to be found. Things had changed, some forrepparttar 137169 better but some forrepparttar 137170 worst. I found out that being fed with a stone was getting commonplace among church family, that I thought would berepparttar 137171 first to help. I found it easier to receive a piece of bread from un-believers than from our families in Christ. I found that these words kept coming into my mind, every-time I asked for aid for poor churches and christians; If a son shall ask bread of any of you that is a father, will he give him a stone? or if he ask a fish, will he for a fish give him a serpent?

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