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Digital images become perfect tool for biometric hacking

In 2014, a hacker made news when he was able to use electronic images of Germany’s Defense Minister to recreate a thumbprint and accurate retinal image that could be used to hack biometric authentication. All he needed were high resolution images taken with a digital camera and off-the-shelf software.  A study recently done in Japan… Continue reading Digital images become perfect tool for biometric hacking

Christianity · deliverance · religion · End times · church · encouragement · life

Oh Zion, put on thy strength

Several days ago, a study was released stating that Christians, once again, are the most persecuted group throughout the world. On the one hand, this is definitely cause for concern. But on the other hand, this is what the Lord warned us would happen in the last days and persecution has the benefit of strengthening… Continue reading Oh Zion, put on thy strength

Christianity · encouragement · life · religion · spiritual strength · wisdom

The type of fasting that gets God’s attention

Fasting is a powerful spiritual tool that God has given us to use to make a difference in this dark world. It is so powerful that when it’s used alongside prayer, evil spirits can be sent fleeing (Mark 9:17-29). On the other hand, in order for it to be effective, when we use it we… Continue reading The type of fasting that gets God’s attention

Christianity · encouragement · faith · life · religion

Sticking to the gospel through phony praise or persecution

When Paul, accompanied by Barnabas, preached at Lystra in Acts 14 it was done in his typical manner where his “speech and [] preaching was not with enticing words of man’s wisdom, but in demonstration of the Spirit and of power,” 2 Corinthians 2:4. His preaching by the Spirit helped him perceive that a man… Continue reading Sticking to the gospel through phony praise or persecution

human rights · philosophy · politics · religion

NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

The NAACP is calling on Democrats to join them in an all-out war to stop US Senator Jeff Sessions (R-AL) from being the next US Attorney General, as selected by President-elect Donald Trump. Even though the senator fought to desegregate Alabama as a US attorney and also got the death penalty for a KKK member… Continue reading NAACP hates Senator Sessions for telling truth about their origins

Bible · Christianity · education · life · love · philosophy · religion · school

‘Graphic crucifixion scenes may not be good for your mental health,’ warns university

Over concerns that depictions of Christ’s violent trial and crucifixion might send their theology students into a mental breakdown, the University of Glasgow (Scotland) is issuing warnings to Bible students to beware of such images should they take a course entitled “Creation to Apocalypse: Introduction to the Bible (Level 1).” University staff feel it’s necessary… Continue reading ‘Graphic crucifixion scenes may not be good for your mental health,’ warns university

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Judge’s injunction vs. abortions & sex changes backs Bible’s view of government

Attorneys General in several states are breathing a sigh of relief after a federal judge in Texas used a preliminary injunction to put a stop to the Obama administration’s attempts at using federal funds to force doctors and healthcare providers to perform abortions and sex change operations via Obamacare regulations. The Obama administration tried to… Continue reading Judge’s injunction vs. abortions & sex changes backs Bible’s view of government