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Sunday, July 7, 2019

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Prophecy Church will be back in the future.  Meanwhile we are trying something new- EMERGENCY a different kind of Prayer Session.


Isaiah 31:6-9
[6]Turn ye unto him from whom the children of Israel have deeply revolted.
[7]For in that day every man shall cast away his idols of silver, and his idols of gold, which your own hands have made unto you for a sin.
[8]Then shall the Assyrian fall with the sword, not of a mighty man; and the sword, not of a mean man, shall devour him: but he shall flee from the sword, and his young men shall be discomfited.
[9]And he shall pass over to his strong hold for fear, and his princes shall be afraid of the ensign, saith the LORD, whose fire is in Zion, and his furnace in Jerusalem.

Exodus 14:5
[5]And it was told the king of Egypt that the people fled: and the heart of Pharaoh and of his servants was turned against the people, and they said, Why have we done this, that we have let Israel go from serving us?

Psalms 60:2
[2]Thou hast made the earth to tremble; thou hast broken it: heal the breaches thereof; for it shaketh.

Isaiah 19:2,4
[2]And I will set the Egyptians against the Egyptians: and they shall fight every one against his brother, and every one against his neighbour; city against city, and kingdom against kingdom.
[4]And the Egyptians will I give over into the hand of a cruel lord; and a fierce king shall rule over them, saith the Lord, the LORD of hosts.

Joel 3:3
[3]And they have cast lots for my people; and have given a boy for an harlot, and sold a girl for wine, that they might drink.

Philippians 4:6
[6]Be careful for nothing; but in every thing by prayer and supplication with thanksgiving let your requests be made known unto God.

News Stories

VIDEO: Police release bodycam footage of Madisonville officer-involved shooting

Fox 19

MADISONVILLE, Ohio (FOX19) - Cincinnati police have released body camera footage of a Fourth of July officer-involved shooting where a man armed with a knife was shot.
The video from the Cincinnati Police Department includes footage from two separate body cameras belonging to District 2 officers Albert Brown and Kevin Brown. It depicts the officers exiting a cruiser at Bramble Park in Madisonville as they are approached by a man with a knife.
In the video, Albert Brown tells the man to “put the knife down” four times before firing three shots. Kevin Brown also warns him to drop the knife in the footage.
The release of the footage comes after the Thursday officer-involved shooting incident on Bramble Avenue where 23-year-old suspect Devin Johnson had to be transported to the University of Cincinnati Medical Center after being shot. As of Friday, he was listed in critical but stable condition.
No charges were filed against the officers, Hamilton County Prosecutor Joe Deters said in a release Saturday. He said that after Johnson did not follow the officers’ orders, they had “every right to use deadly force.”
Police said in a press conference Friday Johnson made the original 911 call reporting himself as the person with the knife in the park.
The Hamilton County Prosecutor’s Office will be reviewing the ongoing case.

Suspect killed in officer-involved shooting in Oak View

A suspect was shot and killed by a California Highway Patrol officer in Oak View Friday morning, authorities said.

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Far-right extremists Proud Boys outnumbered by counter-protesters at Washington, DC, rally

A few dozen antifa and hundreds of other counter-protesters showed up against the self-proclaimed "chauvinistic" Proud Boys' Demand Free Speech rally.

WASHINGTON — Proud Boys, an extremist group with ties to white nationalism, attracted roughly 250 supporters to its Demand Free Speech rally at Freedom Plaza and Pershing Park Saturday to protest what they contend is an anti-conservative bias on social media.
But the a self-proclaimed “chauvinistic men’s group”   was outnumbered roughly 2-1 by counter-protesters. 
Among those were approximately 50 anti-fascists or antifa, wearing all black, many with helmets and their faces covered.
Barricades manned by at least one hundred police officers on bikes and motorcycles kept the warring protest groups apart.
When police prevented some antifa from entering Freedom Plaza, they went around another block and charged a makeshift police barricade of officers standing in front of caution tape. Ultimately, antifa and the Proud Boys did not come face-to-face and there was no violence, unlike clashes between the groups last weekend in Portland, Oregon, in which eight people were injured, including conservative writer Andy Ngo who was attacked while live-streaming on Twitter.
After returning from their march, antifa dispersed and counter-protesters back in Pershing Park joined in a dance party for resistance, .
The Proud Boys made news in D.C. earlier this week, as well. On Thursday, a group of Proud Boys protested an American flag burning in front of the White House. It ended in a scuffle that earned national attention. The Southern Poverty Law Center classifies Proud Boys as a hate group.
Patricia James, 59, came from Anaheim, California, for the “Salute To America” program from President Donald Trump on July 4th, and for the Demand Free Speech rally. She said she is here to defend the First Amendment and was live-streaming the rally and counter-protesters to her Facebook, she said.

Members of the Proud Boys, an extremist group with ties to White Nationalism, gather during a "Rally for Free Speech" while counter-protestors organized by "All Out D.C" oppose the event on July 6, 2019 in Washington.
Members of the Proud Boys, an extremist group with ties to White Nationalism, gather during a "Rally for Free Speech" while counter-protestors organized by "All Out D.C" oppose the event on July 6, 2019 in Washington.

“I have no idea why they would protest freedom of speech,” James said. “The only countries that don’t allow freedom of speech are socialist, communist countries. If anybody wants that, like those people over there, they can go live in those countries and see what happens.” 
On the All Out DC counter-protest side, a large crowd gathered around the stage where a representative from a group of black organizers talked about ending oppression worldwide, and empowering black people regardless of gender. The woman led the crowd in various call and response chants to the tunes of Lizzo’s recent hits from her new album “Cuz I Love You.”
Activists also spoke about transgender rights and violence against transgender people. 
Jeff Myers, 66, met his adult daughter at the counter-protest to encourage tolerance, he said. 
Ajoke Williams, 29, of Black Lives Matter D.C., was among those who helped organize the counter protest with All Out DC. She said she was happy with how the day turned out and  to see such a diverse crowd protest fascism and intolerance.
“My biggest fear was cops and the possibility of escalation,” Williams said. “But we had a really good group."

Members of the Proud Boys, an extremist group with ties to White Nationalism, gather during a "Rally for Free Speech" on July 6, 2019 in Washington.
Members of the Proud Boys, an extremist group with ties to White Nationalism, gather during a "Rally for Free Speech" on July 6, 2019 in Washington.

The United States Park Police has jurisdiction over Freedom Plaza and the National Mall and has long been aware of the rallies being planned. Prior to Saturday’s events, Sgt. Eduardo Delgado said police were prepared, but not concerned with any threats.

Far-right extremists Proud Boys outnumbered by counter-protesters at Washington, DC, rally

USA TODAY via Yahoo News

US Independence Day celebrations were marked by violent clashes in Washington DC on Thursday where far-left and far-right groups scuffled with each other and several people were arrested.
The Proud Boys, a men’s-only far-right group with ties to white supremacy organisations and which supports Donald Trump, fought with far-left group the Revolutionary Communist Party, USA, outside the White House after the communist group burnt American flags.
The far-right group was seen being escorted through the streets of the capital by police officers, and at one point were filmed chanting “blue lives matter”, in support of the police. Blue Lives Matter is a counter-movement to the Black Lives Matter movement, which campaigns against systemic violence and racism against black people.
A member of the Proud Boys was filmed walking down a police-lined road, apparently fist-bumping several officers.
According to journalist Ford Fischer, who witnessed and filmed the clashes and the police fist-bumping the member of the far-right group, three communists were arrested, with one let go immediately.
Another photojournalist, Zach Roberts, said police directed the Proud Boys to a conservative bar and joined them in their chant: “I like beer”
The opposing communist group burnt two American flags, while chanting “burn baby burn”, and shouting “America was never great”.
The group calls for revolution in the US and the overthrow of capitalism.
None of the Proud Boys were arrested, according to reports, and two police officers were injured.
The US Secret Service said: “At approximately 5.30pm today US Secret Service uniformed division officers responded to an incident that occurred on Pennsylvania Avenue involving an individual who was burning an American flag outside the limits of a permit that had been issued by the National Park Service.
“Two individuals were arrested, one for felony assault on a police officer and malicious burning, the other for obstructing a police investigation and resisting arrest.
“One individual was transported to a local hospital for minor injuries … Two officers with the Secret Service Uniformed Division received minor injuries while attempting to make arrests and were transported to a local hospital for treatment.”



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California Earthquake

Katherine Johnson-Coates walks outside of a neighbor's burned down mobile home in the aftermath of an earthquake Saturday, July 6, 2019, in Ridgecrest, Calif. Crews in Southern California assessed damage to cracked and burned buildings, broken roads, leaking water and gas lines and other infrastructure Saturday after the largest earthquake the region has seen in nearly 20 years jolted an area from Sacramento to Las Vegas to Mexico. (AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez)

RIDGECREST, Calif. (AP) — Officials in Southern California expressed relief Saturday that damage and injuries weren't worse after the largest earthquake the region has seen in nearly 20 years, while voicing concerns about the possibility of major aftershocks in the days and even months to come.
No fatalities or major injuries were reported after Friday night's 7.1-magnitude earthquake, which jolted an area from Sacramento to Mexico and prompted the evacuation of the Navy's largest single landholding, Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake in the Mojave Desert.
The quake struck at 8:19 p.m. Friday and was centered 11 miles (18 kilometers) from Ridgecrest, the same area of the desert where a 6.4-magnitude temblor hit just a day earlier. It left behind cracked and burning buildings, broken roads, obstructed railroad tracks and leaking water and gas lines.
The light damage was largely due to the remoteness of the area where the earthquake occurred, but Gov. Gavin Newsom cautioned after touring Ridgecrest that "it's deceiving, earthquake damage. You don't notice it at first."
Newsom estimated more than $100 million in economic damages and said President Donald Trump called him to offer federal support in the rebuilding effort.
"He's committed in the long haul, the long run, to help support the rebuilding efforts," Newsom said of Trump.
Only 28,000 people live in the Ridgecrest area, which is sandwiched between more populated areas of Southern California and Las Vegas' Clark County. But seismologists warned that the area could see up to 30,000 aftershocks over the next six months.
April Hamlin said she was "already on edge" when the second quake rattled her Ridgecrest home. She and her three kids initially thought it was another aftershock.
"But it just kept on intensifying," Hamlin said. "The TV went over, hanging by the cord. We heard it break. We heard glass breakage in the other rooms, but all we could do was stay where we were until it stopped."
With the possibility of aftershocks and temperatures forecast to reach 100 degrees (38 Celsius) over the next several days, officials were taking precautions.
The California National Guard was sending 200 troops, logistical support and aircraft, Maj. Gen. David Baldwin said. The Pentagon had been notified, and the entire California Military Department was put on alert, he said.
Naval Air Weapons Station China Lake said in a Facebook post that nonessential workers were evacuated and operations halted. The epicenters of both quakes were on the base, and officials said they are continuing to assess damage. Officials said most employees live off the base and in Ridgecrest, but they authorized the evacuation so those who live on base can be eligible for reimbursements.
The California Office of Emergency Services brought in cots, water and meals and set up cooling centers in the region, Director Mark Ghilarducci said.
State highway officials shut down a 30-mile (48-kilometer) section of State Route 178 between Ridgecrest and the town of Trona southwest of Death Valley because of a rockslide and severe cracking. The move left Trona temporarily cut off. California Department of Transportation spokeswoman Christine Knadler said crews worked through the night to patch the roadway, but it remained rough and uneven.
Ron Mikulaco, 51, and his nephew, 23-year-old Brad Fernandez, stood on 178 on Saturday looking at the cracks. The pair drove from Huntington Beach, about 170 miles (274 kilometers) southwest of Ridgecrest. Mikulaco, an amateur geologist, wanted to show his nephew "the power of Mother Nature," and they had the epicenter's latitude and longitude coordinates ready.
"We put that in the GPS, and we'll get as close as we can," Fernandez said.
In Ridgecrest, local fire and police officials said they were initially swamped by calls for medical and ambulance service. But police Chief Jed McLaughlin said there was "nothing but minor injuries such as cuts and bruises, by the grace of God."
Two building fires — one involving a mobile home — were quickly doused, McLaughlin said, and natural gas lines where leaks were reported were shut off.
When asked to describe what he has been going through in the past two days, the chief said: "Grief, shock and then, for me, pride in what I've seen from here, my people. It's been a vast range of emotions, and I think the whole community's going through that."
In Trona, a town of about 2,000 people considered the gateway to Death Valley, fire officials said up to 50 structures were damaged. San Bernardino County Supervisor Robert Lovingood said FEMA delivered a tractor-trailer full of bottled water because of damage to water lines. Newsom declared a state of emergency for the county.
Julia Doss, who maintains the Trona Neighborhood Watch page on Facebook, said the only food store in town is a Family Dollar store that was shuttered Saturday.
"The only way to get food is to drive to Ridgecrest, and with only three gas stations in town I'm worried we may soon run out of fuel," Doss said.
Antoun Abdullatif, 59, owns liquor stores and other businesses in Ridgecrest and Trona.
"I would say 70% of my inventory is on the floor, broken," he said. "Every time you sweep and you put stuff in the dust bin, you're putting $200 in the trash."
But he has stopped cleaning up, believing another earthquake is on the way.
Lucy Jones, a seismologist at the California Institute of Technology and a former science adviser at the U.S. Geological Survey, said the new quake probably ruptured along about 25 miles (40 kilometers) of fault line and was part of a continuing sequence. The seismic activity is unlikely to affect fault lines outside of the area, Jones said, noting that the gigantic San Andreas Fault is far away.
Egill Hauksson, another Caltech seismologist, said later in the day that scientists believe the continuing sequence could produce more than 30,000 quakes of magnitude 1 or greater over six months. He said the probability of a magnitude 7 over the next week is about 3%, but one or two magnitude 6 quakes are expected.

Jeffrey Epstein Arrested For Allegedly Sex Trafficking Minors: Reports

 via Yahoo News

Jeffrey Epstein Arrested For Allegedly Sex Trafficking Minors: Reports

Jeffrey Epstein, billionaire money manager and convicted sex offender, was arrested in New York on federal charges of sex trafficking minors, The Daily Beast first reported Saturday night.
NBC News, the Miami Herald and The New York Times also reported on the arrest.
The 66-year-old financier stands accused of trafficking dozens of minors in New York and Florida between 2002 and 2005, according to The Daily Beast, which cited three unnamed law enforcement sources. He allegedly paid the underage victims for massages and molested and sexually abused them.
Epstein is expected to appear in federal court on Monday, NBC News reported.
The new charges, brought by the U.S. attorney’s office in Manhattan, are similar to charges the billionaire faced in Florida in 2008.
In the earlier case, Epstein received an unusually light sentence on lesser charges of soliciting prostitution ― just 13 months in county jail ― after police found evidence that suggested he had regularly molested dozens of underage girls in his Palm Beach, Florida, mansion and asked his victims to recruit even more girls.
The Miami Herald reported on the details of Epstein’s alleged abuses in an explosive expos√© last November, accusing him of trafficking and assaulting underage girls for at least six years. In court filings, the FBI has identified at least three dozen victims by name and referred to more than 100 other “Jane Does” who were sexually abused by Epstein, according to the Herald.
But back in 2008, Epstein made a sweetheart deal ― which was approved by Alexander Acosta, then U.S. attorney in Miami ― in which he pleaded guilty to state prostitution charges, registered as a sex offender and received very little jail time. Acosta now serves as secretary of labor in the Trump administration.
Epstein’s controversial sentencing entered the spotlight again this year after a federal judge ruled that prosecutors working under Acosta broke the law by keeping that plea agreement secret from more than 30 of Epstein’s alleged victims.
Last month, the Justice Department told the judge there was no legal basis to overturn the plea deal and rejected a request by the victims to further prosecute Epstein.

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