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RE: Oh Really? WOW!
9/3/2017 8:51:45 AM

Ben Lim: "The Master's Call: Heed His Voice and Be Restored!"

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Ben Lim
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Sep 3, 2017

From the desk of Steve Shultz:

The Master is "calling" us in many ways and that includes the great harvest at hand. I sure enjoyed reading this article by Ben Lim, who is a Millennial Pastor from the Los Angeles area. He sure has wisdom beyond his years!

This now prophetic word will really strengthen many of you dealing with brokenness even now:

The Lord is repairing what was broken. The Lord is restoring your relationships. The Lord is healing the wounded areas of broken trust and dishonor and He is restoring the areas of discord and division. The Lord is bringing the Body back together. Where the enemy tried to divide you and divide the Body, there is an intense restoration that is coming. The Lord is mending the nets! He is the repairer of the breach and the restorer of the broken.


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RE: Oh Really? WOW! #Puerto_Rico
10/1/2017 11:25:04 AM
White House defends Trump’s NFL fixation as Puerto Rico seeks help

Trump rushed to Texas and Florida in the wake of hurricanes, but has been less public in his response for the U.S territory crippled by Maria.

The White House on Monday defended President Donald Trump’s muted response to the devastation Hurricane Maria left behind in Puerto Rico, brushing off criticism that he’s been more interested in kneeling NFL players than a U.S. territory suffering from a humanitarian crisis.

Before Monday night, Trump last tweeted about the storm on Sept. 20, writing, “Governor @RicardoRossello- We are with you and the people of Puerto Rico. Stay safe! #PRStrong.”

For five days after that, as the scale of the devastation became apparent, Trump did not address the catastrophe from his Twitter account. Over the same period, he tweeted twice about Hillary Clinton, three times about Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), once about NBA star Steph Curry and 12 times about the NFL, along with numerous additional posts about the national anthem that did not explicitly mention the NFL.

“It really doesn’t take that long to type out 140 characters and this president is very capable of doing more than one thing at a time and more than one thing in a day,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday, arguing that Trump’s Twitter feed should not be taken as an indication of his priorities.

Several hours after Sanders spoke, and after four days of back and forth with the NFL, Trump wrote a series of tweets about the dire situation Puerto Rico, contrasting it with Texas and Florida, which he said were “doing great” after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Puerto Rico, he said, was in “big trouble” and had already been suffering from “broken infrastructure & massive debt.”

“It's old electrical grid, which was in terrible shape, was devastated. Much of the Island was destroyed, with billions of dollars.... owed to Wall Street and the banks which, sadly, must be dealt with. Food, water and medical are top priorities — and doing well. #FEMA,” the president tweeted.

Earlier Monday, Sanders called the Trump administration’s response to the storm “unprecedented,” even as it has been far less public than the responses to Irma and Harvey. Maria has left much of Puerto Rico — a U.S. territory of 3.4 million citizens — without power and with limited access to food and water.

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RE: Oh Really? WOW! #Puerto_Rico
10/1/2017 11:30:10 AM
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White House defends Trump’s NFL fixation as Puerto Rico seeks help

Trump rushed to Texas and Florida in the wake of hurricanes, but has been less public in his response for the U.S territory crippled by Maria.

The White House on Monday defended President Donald Trump’s muted response to the devastation Hurricane Maria left behind in Puerto Rico, brushing off criticism that he’s been more interested in kneeling NFL players than a U.S. territory suffering from a humanitarian crisis.

Before Monday night, Trump last tweeted about the storm on Sept. 20, writing, “Governor @RicardoRossello- We are with you and the people of Puerto Rico. Stay safe! #PRStrong.”

For five days after that, as the scale of the devastation became apparent, Trump did not address the catastrophe from his Twitter account. Over the same period, he tweeted twice about Hillary Clinton, three times about Sen. Luther Strange (R-Ala.), once about NBA star Steph Curry and 12 times about the NFL, along with numerous additional posts about the national anthem that did not explicitly mention the NFL.

“It really doesn’t take that long to type out 140 characters and this president is very capable of doing more than one thing at a time and more than one thing in a day,” White House press secretary Sarah Huckabee Sanders said Monday, arguing that Trump’s Twitter feed should not be taken as an indication of his priorities.

Several hours after Sanders spoke, and after four days of back and forth with the NFL, Trump wrote a series of tweets about the dire situation Puerto Rico, contrasting it with Texas and Florida, which he said were “doing great” after Hurricanes Harvey and Irma. Puerto Rico, he said, was in “big trouble” and had already been suffering from “broken infrastructure & massive debt.”

“It's old electrical grid, which was in terrible shape, was devastated. Much of the Island was destroyed, with billions of dollars.... owed to Wall Street and the banks which, sadly, must be dealt with. Food, water and medical are top priorities — and doing well. #FEMA,” the president tweeted.

Earlier Monday, Sanders called the Trump administration’s response to the storm “unprecedented,” even as it has been far less public than the responses to Irma and Harvey. Maria has left much of Puerto Rico — a U.S. territory of 3.4 million citizens — without power and with limited access to food and water.

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Trump sent 18 tweets on Puerto Rico on Saturday and made things a whole lot worse

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RE: Oh Really? WOW! #ISIS_Canada
10/1/2017 11:57:27 AM
Suspect With ISIS Flag Drives Van at Crowd: Canada Police


A suspect who allegedly attacked a police officer with a knife and later drove a U-Haul truck into pedestrians in Edmonton, Alberta is being investigated for "acts of terrorism," police in the Canadian city said early Sunday.

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Oh Really? WOW! #PanamaPapers
10/3/2017 1:38:05 AM

Over a hundred individuals and entities are getting probed by the Mumbai team of Enforcement Directorate (ED) in Panama Papers case, including Bollywood biggies like Amitabh Bachchan, Aishwarya Rai and Ajay Devgn.

The latest media reports suggest that the Bachchans have recently submitted documents of their financial dealings with the ED in connection with the issue. According to a source, “The replies have been received. They could be soon summoned as part of the probe.”
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