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Worthy News Brief - February 26, 2014

%%First Name%%, what are you doing with your blessing?

Genesis 12:2 And I will make of thee a great nation, and I will bless thee, and make thy name great; and thou shalt be a blessing:

When we read this passage of Scripture, the first thing that probably comes to mind are all the promises that God gave to Abraham and the nation of Israel. But it occurred to me that there is a bigger lesson that we can learn here.

We tend to focus on the part of that scripture where God does the blessing -- but why did He bless Him? The answer lies in the passage! The Lord told Abraham: "I will bless you --- and you shall be a blessing." Abraham was blessed so that he could be a blessing!

The same is true today. The Lord has done so much for us! He has blessed us with so many things, the most important of which is His mercy in that He died for sinners like us! He has bestowed us with so much grace! He has allowed us to come into His Kingdom and be a part of the great things He's doing! What we have received should not only be for our own enjoyment but for the salvation of a dying world around us!

%%First Name%%, God gives freely to us so that we may give freely to others! Let's not be afraid to give out the blessings God has granted us! Share God's goodness! To whom much is given, much is required!

Your family in the Lord with much agape love,

George, Baht Rivka, Elianna & Obadiah
Negev Desert, Israel

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Iran Sanctions Back on Senate's Agenda - Washington Free Beacon
A new measure to level harsh sanctions on Iran reappeared in the Senate on Tuesday when Republicans proposed an amendment to a new bill aimed at replacing retirement benefits for veterans.

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India Constitution judge panel to look into legalizing euthanasia - UPI
Supreme Court Tuesday asked a five-judge Constitution panel to decide if euthanasia can be permitted for the terminally ill.

Netanyahu urges Germany not to allow Iran to enrich uranium - Jerusalem Post
Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu on Tuesday urged Germany to help bar Iran from enriching uranium, as it works along with five other world powers to hammer out an agreement with Tehran on its nuclear program.


Israel-Palestinian Conflict
Police, Palestinians clash on Temple Mount - Jerusalem Post
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Stormy debate: Knesset hosts first-ever parley on Temple Mount sovereignty in plenum - Jerusalem Post
The State of Israel is pointless without the Temple Mount, MK Moshe Feiglin (Likud Beytenu) said at the first-ever plenum discussion of Israeli sovereignty over the holy site on Tuesday.

Arab League to Discuss 'Israeli Attacks' on Al-Aqsa - Arutz Sheva
The Arab League will hold an emergency session on Wednesday in the wake of the Knesset discussion on the Temple Mount, the Bethlehem-based Ma'an news agency reports.

47 Jordanian MPs call to cancel Israel peace treaty over Knesset Temple Mount debate - Jerusalem Post
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Black Pastors: Impeach Holder - CNS News
A coalition of black pastors announced on Tuesday at the National Press Club in Washington, D.C. that they are launching a campaign to gather one million signatures on a petition calling for the impeachment of Attorney General Eric Holder for violating his oath of office by trying "to coerce states to fall in line with the same-sex 'marriage' agenda."

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Supreme Court Hands Police More Power - Reuters
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Gov. Jan Brewer feeling heat over Arizona religious freedom bill - Washington Times
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