I would rather live my life as if there is a God, and die to find out there isn’t, than live my life as if there isn’t, and die to find out there is!

Thursday, March 17, 2011

Good News Regarding Islam

Cover of "Son of Hamas: A Gripping Accoun...Cover via Amazon
I spent two hours with Mosab Hassan Yousef  last evening.  Well, to be totally honest I spent two hours with about 1000 others watching and listening to him.  I did not get within 100 feet of him. But, never the less it was time well spent. The most encouraging thing he said was he firmly believes that Islam is going to implode, and will do so within ten years.  He is very serious and, I for one, hope he is correct.  This is good news because Islam is such an evil religious system.

The thing he revealed that I found the most surprising and amazing is that he is working on a movie that will reveal to all Muslims who Mohammed really was. And that will move many Muslims away from Islam.

If you will recall, a fatwa (order to kill) was put on a Danish cartoonist a few years ago for a cartoon depicting Mohammed. It is against Islamic law to depict Mohammed in any form. 

From past news: A Somalian man broke into the home of Kurt Westergaard on Friday armed with an ax and a knife. He is accused of the attempted murder of the Danish cartoonist.

So, what do you think they will want to do with Mosab Hassan Yousef?  He is a very brave man committed to his beliefs.

Please read this entire report, and watch the video.  Then “google” him for more information.

Mosab Hassan Yousef: The Hamas prince who was spy for Israel

Thursday, February 25, 2010

He was Israel's most valuable spy inside Hamas - and certainly the most unlikely.

For more than a decade, Mosab Hassan Yousef disrupted dozens of suicide bombings and assassination attempts by the militant group, saving hundreds of lives.

Infiltrating the upper echelons of Hamas came relatively easy for Yousef: He is the son of Hamas founder Sheikh Hassan Yousef.

"So many people owe him their life and don't even know it," an Israeli security agent told the Israeli daily Haaretz on Wednesday.
"People who did a lot less were awarded the Israel Security Prize. He certainly deserves it."

Yousef's astonishing career as a spy is chronicled in his soon-to-be released memoir, "Son of Hamas."

Yousef, 32, was recruited by the Shin Bet, Israel's internal security agency, in 1996 after he was arrested.

Inside Israel's intelligence community, he became known as the Green Prince - a nod to the color of Hamas' flag and his pedigree as the son of one of its founders.

Yousef's exploits are the stuff of legend.

He once picked out a suicide bomber in a crowded square after the Shin Bet received a vague tip.

About 10 years ago, in the Palestinian uprising known as the Second Intifadeh, Yousef supplied intelligence that led to the arrests of several key Palestinian leaders.

Among those Yousef helped take down is Ibrahim Hamid, a Hamas commander in the West Bank and Marwan Barghouti, who is accused of orchestrating numerous attacks on Israeli civilians and soldiers.

There was one person Yousef would not help capture: his father, Sheikh Hassan Yousef.

The elder Yousef did not elude authorities for long: He was arrested in September 2005 and is in an Israeli prison.

In a statement from prison, he said it was possible the Israelis recruited his son, but that his son had no access to the movement's secrets.

"Whether what Haaretz reported is true or not, Mosab was not an active member in Hamas or in any of its military, political or religious branches, or any other body," the elder Yousef said.

Yousef fled the West Bank in 2007 and is a devout Christian living in California.

The revelations of his stint as a spy come amid suspicions that a Hamas informant recently helped Israel assassinate a top leader in a Dubai hotel last month.
Mosab Hassan Yousef’s book “Son of Hamas” has been published and is available almost everywhere including Amazon.

Go here to see the video (about 10 minutes) - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tYXHKLmpVBs&feature=related

Monday, March 14, 2011

Slain in the Spirit

On TV I saw a preacher touching people on the head and they would fall over as if in some sort of trance. They called it being "slain in the spirit." Is this a biblical practice?

No, it is not. I do not find either the term or the experience anywhere in the Bible. There are examples in the Bible of persons dropping to their knees, or even falling prostrate before God, but these examples do not support the phenomenon of "slain in the spirit" as it happens today. In the Bible people dropping to their knees or falling prostrate always fall forward. In the phenomenon of "slain in the spirit" they seem to always fall backward. Could it be the person touching them is actually pushing a little? Proponents of the phenomenon of "slain in the spirit" often point to such passages of Scripture as Genesis 15:12-21, Numbers 24:4, and Matthew 17:6 but these offer no support when studied carefully. The Idea of being touched by a human being who is "anointed" by the Spirit and then being knocked out cold is not a biblical phenomena.

The coming of the lawless one will be in accordance with the work of Satan displayed in all kinds of counterfeit miracles, signs and wonders,      2 Thessalonians 2:9


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