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The sacrifice of a red heifer could take place on the Mount of Olives in Jerusalem as early as 13 months from now.
Texas businessman Byron Stinson—the man instrumental in locating and helping get five red heifers from the United States to Israel—told ALL ISRAEL NEWS that finding the sacrifice-ready cows was not the only objective. Boneh Israel, the organization Stinson is involved with, has also purchased land on the Mount of Olives that meets the requirements for a biblical sacrifice outside of a temple.
Stinson explained that a sacrifice does not necessitate a new temple. It can also be conducted at a certain height and direction—and the plot on the Mount of Olives meets these requirements.
Natural disasters, financial despair, pandemics, a deep political party division over cultural issues—indeed the enemy is working overtime to keep people discouraged and in darkness.
Evangelist Franklin Graham, however, says there is a solution, if only believers and non-believers alike will die to self and surrender their lives to Jesus. During the BGEA's six-city "God Loves You Tour," Graham said the emptiness in your life can be filled by a life-changing decision to follow Christ.
"People are searching for purpose and meaning in life. Is there something missing in your life?" Graham said in a Facebook post this week. "I shared with the crowd in Flint, Michigan, that we have a vacuum, an emptiness, in our lives that can only be filled by God.
The city of Orlando may not be on the Florida coast, but it was directly in the path of Hurricane Ian, enduring flooding and powerful winds. As the city begins to clean up from the storm, a local pastor is encouraging those who are facing life's storms.
The winds have been howling and the rain has been pounding away for more than a day here. The former eye of the hurricane has passed but waves of hard wind and rain still come and go, a sign that the storm is finally on its way out. Ian's devastation is far from over as it's now headed toward the mid-Atlantic.
Here in Orlando, the biggest concerns are now tornado watches and flash flood advisories, both of which are still a possibility for the next 24 hours as the storm exits this area.
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