Jerusalem recognized 

‘Citing a 1995 law, the Jerusalem Embassy Act, compelling the president make the move absent national security risks, Trump said the time had come to recognize what everyone already knows to be true. "Jerusalem is the capital the Jewish people established in ancient times," he said. "Today Jerusalem is the seat of Israel's government."

This is nothing more or less than a recognition of the reality," he added.

He directed the State Department to begin preparing the move, which may take years as the government scopes out a location, hires architects and plans for what is sure to be a challenging security environment.’ Jerusalem Post Dec 8 17

  • The JP article went on with links to articles such as

 World leaders warn peace process doomed after Trump announcement

 Dismay and dire warnings heard around Arab world

 Is this such a bad thing?

But is this such a bad thing? Many Bible believers are encouraged by this action of President Trump and consider that he is carrying out the declared purpose of God, who is in control of the destinies of the world, and whose purpose He makes clear in Numbers 14:21

But as truly as  I live, all the earth shall be filled with the glory of the LORD.

And who will guide the world to that end by manipulating its present rulers, for we read in Proverbs 21:1

The king's heart is in the hand of the LORD, as the rivers of water: he turneth it whithersoever he will.



US-Russia relations comparable to ‘dark days of Cold War’

Former US Defence Secretary William Perry has warned that because of the current relations between the US and Russia there is a danger that they are entering a new Cold war which could end in nuclear conflict.  Speaking at the International Luxembourg Forum on Preventing Nuclear Catastrophe in Paris on Monday, Perry asked rhetorically: "Have we forgotten the Cuban missile crisis?” “We are beginning a new Cold War, with the worst possible outcome a nuclear war between the US and Russia. Relations today between the US and Russia are comparable to the dark days of the Cold War.”.

Read more: The Cold War II ?

Hurricane harvey

Hurricane Harvey

In late August Hurricane Harvey hit the United States causing much structural damage and devastating floods.

At least 47 people died and about 43,000 are currently housed in shelters. An estimated 20 trillion gallons of rain fell on the Houston area alone. Later, although downgraded to a tropical storm, it  continued to deluge Texas and parts of Louisiana.


Read more: Hurricane Harvey Damage


ANGLIA GOOD NEWS!    January 2018

“It is more blessed to give than to receive…”

Christmas is a time when we’re encouraged to help those in need, whether it’s children, the homeless or those lonely and living alone.

Even in this relatively prosperous country the reality is that children are still subject to abuse and neglect; homelessness and sleeping rough is on the increase; and many lonely and elderly people can go for days at a time without human contact.

Our Coffee Morning with Cake and Crafts Sale this year is on 6 December, in aid of FIND at the Castle Hill Community Centre on Highfield Road, Ipswich, IP1 6DG, from 10am to 12.30pm. Please come along – you can be sure of a warm welcome, and you’ll be supporting a worthy local cause!

Read more: 'It is more blessed to give than to receive'

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