Selah Music – James Block

Pete Rambo reports that talented musician James Block, who has put the Psalms to music that he features on his youtube channel, is showering blessings upon the delegates this weekend in Shomron (Sameria) as they worship and fellowship in preparation to meet officially tomorrow for the first Ephraimite Congress. You will adore his awesome song: First Born.

And here is a link to his playlist of  18 songs:

 

 

Do All Roads Lead to September?

Considering Al’s extensive background in military intelligence, his knowledge of world history, and his track record as a dedicated prayer warrior, we would do well to look into these developments.

The Barking Fox

"Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse" Viktor M. Vasnetsov“Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse”
Viktor M. Vasnetsov

Is the world as we know it about to change?  How is it about to change?  And when is this change going to happen?

To the first question I respond with an unqualified yes.  To the second I can only say, “In ways that no one expects – not even the most careful and prayerful observers.”  Regarding the third question, I submit that it is changing even now.  As a historian, political scientist, and former military professional, I can assert that the global political, economic, and military system of planet is undergoing a massive realignment such as has not occurred since World War I, and most likely not since the advent of the modern nation-state system in the 17th century.  That is the subject of two blog series published byThe Barking Fox in 2014 (“When Empires Die:  Thoughts…

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Fox Byte 5775 #34: Bamidbar (In the Wilderness)

The Barking Fox

In Surrender of Santa Anna, artist William Huddle portrays the dramatic end of the Texas Revolution with a wounded Sam Houston accepting the surrender of Mexican general Antonio López de Santa Anna.  Houston is remembered for his role in establishing modern Texas, but few remember his identity as a Cherokee.In Surrender of Santa Anna, artist William Huddle portrays the dramatic end of the Texas Revolution with a wounded Sam Houston accepting the surrender of Mexican general Antonio López de Santa Anna. Houston is remembered for his role in establishing modern Texas, but few remember his identity as a Cherokee.

WasSam Houston a Cherokee?  It is a fair question.  The man who won independence for the Republic of Texas at the Battle of San Jacinto had spent many years with the Cherokee nation.  His first contact with the tribe occurred in his youth, when his family moved from their home in Virginia to Tennessee.  He learned their ways and their language, was adopted by a chief of the tribe, and in time represented the Cherokee people to the United States government.  Houston even took a Cherokee wife: Tiana Rodgers, daughter of a Scottish trader who had married…

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