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The Ark of the Covenant Found? 'This Isn't Raiders of the Lost Ark'

This isn't fantasy, and it's not "Raiders of the Lost Ark." End times expert Michael Snyder says Israeli officials—among others—know exactly where the Ark of the Covenant is located, and there will come a time soon for that location to be revealed.

And once that location is finally revealed, Snyder says, "the Israeli people will see an immediate need to construct a new temple for it." And the construction of a third temple will fulfill Bible prophecy, as the Messianic Bible reads "that the Hebrew prophets all proclaimed that in the last days, the exiles of Israel would return to the Promised Land and that the Temple would be rebuilt."

Ezekiel 37:28 reads, "Then the nations will know that I, the Lord, make Israel holy, when my sanctuary is among them forever.

11-Year-Old Describes Miraculous Healing at Asbury Revival: 'A Genuine Touch from the Lord'

When the Asbury University revival broke out, thousands of people from all ages flocked to Kentucky to join in the mighty move of God. Among them was an 11-year-old girl from Virginia named Helen White who recently shared with CBN News her testimony of experiencing a miraculous healing during the revival.

"It was the best night of my life, I loved it," described Helen. "I pray every night and thank the Lord that I got to go."

When the White family heard about the revival at Asbury University, they canceled their weekend plans, loaded up their RV, and drove about 10 hours to Kentucky to witness the move of the Holy Spirit for themselves. Helen said she watched the livestream for a few days leading up to the family's trip and begged her parents every day to take her and her three younger siblings.

Meteorologist Prays on Air: 'Dear Jesus, Please Help Them. Amen.'

March CM CoverApparently, there are some secular media outlets in America that are not anti-Jesus or anti-Christian.

In the midst of deadly tornadic outbreak Friday night in Mississippi, Matt Laubhan, a meteorologist for WTVA Fox News 9 in Tupelo, Mississippi, paused for a moment when he saw the storms approaching the town of Amory, located in the northeast corner of Mississippi between Tupelo and Starkville.

Laubhan knew that the tornado would make a direct hit on Amory.

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