What does America see when it looks at itself? What does the the world see when it looks at America? On today’s episode, Stephen Flurry examines the top stories coming out of America, as reported by BBC News. The headlines reveal how blind commentators are to the most significant prophetic events of our day. They also reveal America’s incurable sickness.
ISIS has turned sex slavery into a systematic industry. Over the past year, 5,270 Yazidi women and girls have been abducted, and at least 3,144 are still in captivity. These women and children have been forced into a sickening infrastructure of slave networking that takes them from their homes and families to warehouses and sales floors where they’re inspected, priced and sold off to be repeatedly raped. All of this done in the name of a “religion.” For more on these barbaric acts, tune in to today’s Trumpet Daily.
The global economy is on the brink of disaster. Nations and institutions have tried everything to keep the economy afloat, and now they’re running out of options. Where is this leading—and what should you do? Find out on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
America is broke—and totally dependent on spending money it doesn’t have. Never has there been a wealthier, more affluent society than the United State of America. And yet, never has a society been more ignorant when it comes to managing that prosperity. What does God think about the way the United States is handling its finances? Find out on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
We live in an age of awesome progress. And yet this world is filled with appalling evils. Herbert W. Armstrong spoke often about this great paradox. Advances in science have not put an end to war and suffering—those tragedies have actually increased! On today’s show, Stephen Flurry explains our present evil world by looking back to where it all started. Subjects covered on today’s program include:(:30) Update on Key of David UK(3:55) China’s ailing economy and actions in the South China Sea(9:30) European unity(18:15) Mystery of Civilization
Racial division and strife will not go away. In recent days, protestors in Ferguson, Missouri, took to the streets to commemorate the one-year anniversary of Michael Brown’s death. Some were heard chanting, “We’re ready for war!” In Arlington, Texas, there was another incident recently involving the shooting death of a black assailant at the hands of a white police officer. For God’s perspective on these events, listen to Stephen Flurry’s latest Trumpet Daily radio program.Subjects covered on today’s program include:(:30) Racial tension in America(14:10) Iran nuclear deal(22:30) Russia and NATO prepare for war (27:25) Bible study: The Gospel of Matthew
The way of a Christian is not the “easy way”—it’s not the popular, broad road that everyone is on. That road, Jesus said, actually leads to destruction. The road we travel is oftentimes narrow, rutty, bumpy and difficult. Very few people in this life have been willing to travel this road—but it leads to success, to usefulness, to happiness and eternal life. On today’s program Stephen Flurry provides instruction about how to stay on the strait and narrow.
Why are Chinese students three years ahead of their British peers when it comes to subjects like math, reading and science? Melanie Philips wrote in her latest column: “Chinese education is based on discipline, the authority of the teacher and ruthless competition.” These qualities are fading, or are completely absent in most British schools. Instead, the West has taken the approach of letting the student dictate the curriculum and teaching method. Why isn’t this working? Find out more about this latest trend and much more on today’s Trumpet Daily Radio Show.
Inspectors are expected to arrive around mid-October at the highly controversial Iranian nuclear facility, Parchin. Meanwhile, recently released satellite imagery has revealed that Iran has been busy scrubbing its nuclear site in preparation of the visit. On today’s program Stephen Flurry examines what these latest moves by Iran say about their true intentions.