Stan writes, "What IS perplexing to the point of infuriation is the way what was once an overwhelmingly Christian West – with its foundations set in the bedrock of millennia-old Judeo-Christian – that these nations have neither the courage nor conviction of their foundational faith nor pride in their national birthright to withstand, excoriate, spurn and scornfully reject votes and rulings like these passed by UNESCO..."
Stan writes, "Is Donald Trump a man of his word? Will he do what is, simply, right? Or will he sign the waiver and put off moving the embassy for the 43rd time, as all presidents have done since 1995?"
Stan writes, "There is a lot of buzz around about the new Richard Gere film, “Norman”, in which the Gentile actor is privileged to play the part of a Jew. Gere – however – has distinctly disqualified himself from any attachment to this unique race, and has joined its enemies in propagating lies about Israel."
Stan writes, "The election of Donald Trump as President of the United States has turned, and is turning, the world upside down. While the impact on Israel is yet to become clear, some initial signs are encouraging. Is God resetting the clock?"
Stan writes, "Who knows but perhaps it can find its first traction in the ANZAC spirit of Australian and New Zealander believers – who can stand together on behalf of both nations to see Australia stay the course, and to see New Zealand get back on track."
In responding to the UN resolution Stan writes, "The Lord Himself will judge between you and Israel, and the Lord will avenge Himself upon you. You shall not know blessing on your treachery of last night."
Stan writes, "Unlike the Arabists in France (and most of Europe) Australians, who as a nation have more consistently than any other been mates with the Jewish people and their state for the past 100 years, have a potential present of their own to give Israel..."
Stan writes, "It was sobering hearing about the powerful earthquake that struck New Zealand on November 14. You will not be surprised to know how I’m inclined to see what just happened: it could be considered as judgment but – more practicably perhaps – as an alert or warning and a call to intensive prayer."
Stan writes, "Question: What’s the connection between grape harvesting in a Jewish settlement in the “occupied West Bank,” the UNESCO vote on the Temple Mount, the Feast of Tabernacles, and thousands of Christian visitors marching through the streets of Jerusalem?"
Stan writes, "Australian Christians at venues around almost the entire perimeter of that large land listened with intense interest to what I traveled from Israel to share this past July-August (..) if we truly desire to see blessing of revival come to our lands, then we need to bring our lands into line with God’s His purposes for Israel"