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In the year 66 AD the Jews of Judea rebelled against their Roman masters. In response, the Emperor Nero dispatched an army under the generalship of Vespasian to restore order. By the year 68, resistance in the northern part of the province had been eradicated and the Romans turned their full attention to the subjugation of Jerusalem.

That same year, the Emperor Nero died by his own hand, creating a power vacuum in Rome. In the resultant chaos, Vespasian was declared Emperor and returned to the Imperial City. It fell to his son, Titus, to lead the remaining army in the assault on Jerusalem.

The Roman legions surrounded the city and began to slowly squeeze the life out of the Jewish stronghold. By the year 70, the attackers had breached Jerusalem's outer walls and began a systematic ransacking of the city. The assault culminated in the burning and destruction of the Temple that served as the center of Judaism.

In victory, the Romans slaughtered thousands. Of those sparred from death: thousands more were enslaved and sent to toil in the mines of Egypt, others were dispersed to arenas throughout the Empire to be butchered for the amusement of the public. The Temple's sacred relics were taken to Rome where they were displayed in celebration of the victory.

The rebellion sputtered on for another three years and was finally extinguished in 73 A.D. with the fall of the various pockets of resistance including the stronghold at Masada.

"...the Jews let out a shout of dismay that matched the tragedy."

Our only first-hand account of the Roman assault on the Temple comes from the Jewish historian Josephus Flavius. "...the rebels shortly after attacked the Romans again, and a clash followed between the guards of the sanctuary and the troops who were putting out the fire inside the inner court; the latter routed the Jews and followed in hot pursuit right up to the Temple itself.

Then one of the soldiers, without awaiting any orders and with no dread of so momentous a deed, but urged on by some supernatural force, snatched a blazing piece of wood and, climbing on another soldier's back, hurled the flaming brand through a low golden window that gave access, on the north side, to the rooms that surrounded the sanctuary.

As the flames shot up, the Jews let out a shout of dismay that matched the tragedy; they flocked to the rescue, with no thought of sparing their lives or husbanding their strength; for the sacred structure that they had constantly guarded with such devotion was vanishing before their very eyes. (1)

Democrats Senators Mark Warner, Mazie Hirono, and Amy Klobuchar seek to empower Big Tech to spy on Trump supporters and conservatives by falsely classifying them as “extremists”. Newly empowered after stealing Trump’s reelection victory, which we now know for certain actually happened, the Marxist Party is preparing full-on to take away all political power from conservatives and erase them from the culture under the color of law.

Sen. Lindsey Graham proclaimed he was “more determined” than ever to curtail liability protections for big tech companies after Trump was banned from Twitter. Your decision to permanently ban President Trump is a serious mistake,” Graham said on Twitter. “The Ayatollah can tweet, but Trump can’t. Says a lot about the people who run Twitter. [2]

Then there’s this: AT LEAST seven men around the world claim to be Jesus Christ reincarnated, and many have a following of devoted believers. From a retired Siberian traffic cop named Vissarion to a cross-dressing former British spy David Shayler — these men all claim to be the son of God.

Jesus of Kitwe, Zambia, the taxi driver who was originally beaten by townsfolk for claiming to be Jesus, now says he is even more senior to Jesus in the hierarchy in heaven.

Near Brazil’s capital, former waiter Inri Cristo gets around in a white robe topped off with a plaited white crown. His devoted female disciples, who live with him in a small compound behind an electrified fence, push him around on a fringed red satin platform on wheels.

Norwegian photographer Jonas Bendiksen has travelled the world photographing these different Jesuses in England, Brazil, Russia, South Africa, Zambia, Japan and the Philippines. He has captured Jesus Matayoshi of Japan, a former politician, standing atop a mini-van amid Tokyo’s commercial heart calmly spreading his Gospel.

Bendiksen photographed the bling of South Africa’s Lord of Lords, Moses Hlongwane, who wears a baseball cap embellished with yellow satin. Moses, who uses his disciple's welfare payments to fund his Jesus compound in KwaZulu-Natal town, last year married one of his young disciples.[3]

The pandemic has precipitated a global economic crisis without precedent since World War II, with an additional 150 million people being driven below the extreme poverty line. Although income levels do not directly correlate with conflict, violence is more likely during periods of economic volatility.

In Sudan, Lebanon, and Venezuela, to mention but a few examples, one can expect the number of unemployed to grow, real incomes to collapse, governments to face mounting difficulties paying security forces, and the general population to increasingly rely on state support at a time when states are least equipped to provide it.

The lines separating economic dissatisfaction from social unrest, and social unrest from outbreaks of violence, are thin. Nor are the U.S., Europe, or other donors likely to devote the requisite amount of high-level, continuous attention or resources on regional conflicts far away as they confront economic, social, and political havoc at home. [4]

Meanwhile, in America Video showed the leader as he spoke in a heated voice to a crowd of protesters on Black Lives Matter Plaza. "I'm at the point where I'm ready to put these police in a f***ing grave," he said. "I'm at the point where I want to burn the f***ing White House down."

He said he wants to "take the fight" to senators and members of Congress – and if they "don't hear us," they will "burn them the f**k down." The organizer said he "f**s cops up" in different cities where demonstrations are held. [5]

Emergency and disaster management briefing for February 10, 2021: Alert levels have again been raised at the Semi-so-pochnoi volcano in Alaska; tsunami watches and warnings were issued following a 7.7 magnitude earthquake near the Loyalty Islands; rescue efforts continue in India following a glacier break that caused a massive debris flow; and at least 28 workers in an illegal factory in Morocco are dead after heavy rains caused a flash flood. [6]

Every day, 13 Christians worldwide are killed because of their faith. Every day, 12 churches or Christian buildings are attacked. And every day, 12 Christians are unjustly arrested or imprisoned, and another 5 are abducted. So reports the 2021 World Watch List, the latest annual accounting from Open Doors of the top 50 countries where Christians are the most persecuted for following Jesus. “You might think the [list] is all about oppression.

… But the [list] is really all about resilience,” stated David Curry, president and CEO of Open Doors USA. “The numbers of God’s people who are suffering should mean the Church is dying—that Christians are keeping quiet, losing their faith, and turning away from one another,” he stated. “But that’s not what’s happening. Instead, in living color, we see the words of God recorded in the prophet Isaiah: ‘I will make a way in the wilderness and rivers in the desert’” (Isa. 43:19, ESV). [7]

So, while the persecuted Christian population is growing, love is waxing cold in other places.

Matthew 24:12-14 Because of the increase of wickedness, the love of most will grow cold, but the one who stands firm to the end will be saved. And this gospel of the kingdom will be preached in the whole world as a testimony to all nations, and then the end will come.

Ephesians 2: 8-10 Here is the Gospel: It is by grace you have been saved, through faith—and this is not from anything you have done, it is made possible as a gift from God— not by your works, so that no one can brag. We are God’s handiwork, created in Christ Jesus to do good works, which God prepared in advance for us to do.

We can be free from the bondage of the world and find pleasure in pleasing our Creator who loves us dearly instead of trying to please a fickle world. It’s so simple.


[1] "The Romans Destroy the Temple at Jerusalem, 70 AD," EyeWitness to History, (2005).









Matthew 24:15 Daniel 9:27; 11:31; 12:11

Matthew 24:29 Isaiah 13:10; 34:4

Matthew 24:30 Or the tribes of the land

Matthew 24:30 See Daniel 7:13-14.

Matthew 24:33 Or he

Matthew 24:36 Some manuscripts do not have nor the Son.

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