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Upcoming Issue: World News and Prophecy

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April 17, 2010
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After a break during the spring Holy Days we have begun work on the May issue of World News and Prophecy. As usual there is more news than space for the articles currently submitted! Our writers have been very busy in recent days. Here is a sampling from our upcoming issue:
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FIRST, Europe is again making news. There is a movement within the European Union to designate Sunday as the official day of rest. Concerned EU citizens are collecting signatures for an initiative to have Sunday declared the European Union’s official day of rest. What began as a small group meeting at the end of December 2009 has mushroomed into a network of 72 different organizations, including 35 labor unions representing all EU member states and “all relevant churches” in the EU, according to a spokesman for the initiative. An article will cover this interesting topic.
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ALSO, Germany is flexing its economic muscle. The Greek debt crisis is creating opportunity for this dominant nation to redefine its role within Europe. Our long prophetic understanding of Europe’s future role in end-time prophecy takes on new meaning as we watch these events take shape. We plan an article updating this developing situation.
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LASTLY, World News and Prophecy seminars will be held next weekend, April 24 and 25, in Calgary and Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. Good News subscribers and Beyond Today viewers (BT airs coast-to-coast in Canada) have been invited. Along with the local members there should be a good turnout. These seminars have always been well attended and appreciated by the members. We’re excited to present our material next weekend!

Darris McNeely

Managing Editor, World News and Prophecy


April 17, 2010 - Posted by | World News and Prophecy |

2 Comments »

  1. It’s almost impossible to believe there are people actively working (their own time!)to make SUNDAY an “official day of rest.”
    Read about it’s probable coming-to-pass years ago-but somehow it’s hard to imagine that it’s really happening!

    Comment by jacqueline | April 29, 2010 | Reply

  2. What happened to the great European plain of secularism ?

    Comment by Stephen W. Mapes | August 8, 2010 | Reply


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