02_The Six Symbolic Churches in Asia (Dr.Leslie Hardinge – Revelation Series)

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Leslie Hardinge was born in Calcutta, India, and was educated in England and America. He received his undergraduate degree from La Sierra University, Riverside, California, and then went on to earn three advanced degrees at the Adventist Theological Seminary in Washington D.C. and finally his Ph.D. degree from the University of London in 1964. During a hiatus from teaching from 1973 to 1977 he came to southern California to pastor the Glendale City church and then his focus returned to education when he became president of Adventist University of the Philippines (formerly Seventh-day Adventist Theological Seminary, Far East). At AUP he planned and built a library for the seminary and dedicated his personal library of almost 1,000 books to it. Probably best known for producing audio tapes for the weekly Sabbath School lesson, a favorite of Sabbath School class teachers in many countries for some 28 years, Hardinge’s teachings were distributed by The Spoken Word. An authority on the Israelite Sanctuary, he often said that if people could understand what happened in the sanctuary, they would understand the relationship between God and man. (

Inside NHS detox centre – Victoria Derbyshire

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The NHS could save £27m a year by changing the way it deals with alcoholic patients, new research seen by the Victoria Derbyshire programme suggests. Alcohol abuse costs the NHS £3.8bn a year, £145 for each household in the UK – one in three of all A&E admissions are alcohol related, which can rise to 70% on a weekend. But patients who attend the emergency department or inpatient ward at a Manchester hospital in with issues related to alcohol abuse can now be sent to a specialist unit where they are treated for their addiction for a week. Some 75% of the people who come through the unit do not go back to hospital for at least the next three months. Independent analysis from John Moore’s University found the unit saved the NHS £1.3m a year. If the same approach was taken across the country the researchers say it could save the NHS £27.5 m in England alone.
Jim Reed reports.

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October 19, 2009 Massillon, Ohio Structure Fire

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One of a series of arson fires in Massillon, Ohio in 2009. At the same time this fire was going on, an apartment building fire was occurring a couple blocks away. Perry Township provided mutual aid on the other fire. Engines 214, 211, Tower 216 and two squads responded to this fire.

Final Journey Home from Tularosa, NM to Mescalero, NM

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“A re-enactment of the final journey home was when the Chiricahua Apaches traveled by buckboard wagons and horseback. They began this journey from the original historical site of the Old Train Depot in the village of Tularosa, NM to Mescalero, NM. This is in commemoration of the journey that our ancestors made when they were released from prison.” This event took place on April 6, 2013. (Chiricahua Commemoration Committee)

Mugging 101 I-20 Arlington TX 2017-06-13

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Occurred at the Wells Fargo bank, 101 I-20, Arlington, TX on June 13th, 2017.

The victim just withdrew cash when an armed robber approached him wielding a gun.

No description of the suspect other than his clothes.

The suspect is potentially linked to another robbery later that evening near the intersection of Matlock and Arbrook.

If you recognize this suspect please call Detective Cline at 817-459-5581.

TAPE DAY – branham.org

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The First Tape
It’s a special day for believers around the world! On this day, 70 years ago, God began storing up Food for the Bride of Christ that would carry Her through the oncoming famine.

Brother Branham gave us prophecy after prophecy that we have seen come to pass, but one of the most obvious concerns his tapes. How many times did he tell us that his tapes go around the world or that they are being translated? At the time he said those things, his tapes were not being translated and very few of them left the United States and Canada. Like the prophets before him, he seemed to be speaking in the present day, but he was actually speaking prophetically. It would not be until decades later that his Message circled the earth.

The first thing we have recorded from the voice of the seventh angel is prophetic in itself:

We’re getting some new gadgets for recording.

We thank the Lord that those “gadgets for recording” eventually gave way to “gadgets for listening” and, for the first time in history, the entire world has the opportunity to hear the prophet with their own ears.

Take a moment with us on this very special day to thank the Lord Jesus for preserving the voice of His servant.

Today, I was reading a little place of Scripture, Joel… Amos 8:11, where It said, “There would be a famine, not with bread, or, for bread and water, but for hearing of the Word of God; that people would go from the sea to the sea, from east from west, to and fro, everywhere, seeking the… for the Word of God and fail to find it.” If that don’t fit this nation at this time, I don’t know where it does fit. That’s right. We don’t need bread; we got plenty of it. We got plenty to eat, plenty clothes to wear, nice homes to live in, and everything; but there’s a famine for the hearing of the Word of God. A man don’t know what to believe. That’s right.

You’re all confused; one say this, and one say that, and one say this, and one say something else. Base your thoughts on THUS SAITH THE LORD. God will confirm it.

55-0302 The Resurrected Lord Jesus

July 23, 1985 – 5PM Indianapolis Newscast

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Howard Caldwell, Tracey Horth and Clyde Lee deliver the news, with Bob McLain on weather and Ed Sorensen sports. The day’s top story is the crash of a church bus in a construction zone on I-65 which injured 20 people. Sorensen is live at the US Clay Courts at the RCA Tennis Center in Indy.

Auburn, Alabama

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Auburn is a city in Lee County, Alabama, United States. It is the largest city in eastern Alabama with a 2014 population of 60,258. It is a principal city of the Auburn-Opelika Metropolitan Area. The Auburn-Opelika, AL MSA with a population of 150,933, along with the Columbus, GA-AL MSA and Tuskegee, Alabama, comprises the greater Columbus-Auburn-Opelika, GA-AL CSA, a region home to 501,649 residents.
Auburn is a college town and is the home of Auburn University. It is currently the fastest-growing metropolitan area in Alabama and the nineteenth fastest-growing metro area in the United States since 1990. U.S. News ranked Auburn among its top ten list of best places to live in United States for the year 2009. The city’s unofficial nickname is “The Loveliest Village On The Plains,” taken from a line in the poem The Deserted Village by Oliver Goldsmith: “Sweet Auburn! loveliest village of the plain…”

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