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The last-days deception the Bible spoke about in Matthew 24; 1 Timothy 4; 2 Timothy 4; and 2 Thessalonians 3 has arrived, says international prophetic voice Joseph Z. And part of that, he says, is the recent cultural craze concerning UFOs, or unidentified flying objects.
This week, the Associated Press reported that NASA held its first public meeting on UFOs a year after launching into a study into unexplained sightings. NASA insisted it is not hiding anything, saying "there is absolutely no convincing evidence for extraterrestrial life associated with unidentified objects."
Still, hundreds of questions from the public that poured in were skeptical and veered into conspiracy theories. NASA says optical illusions can explain some of what people have seen recently and believe to be UFOs.
Some time ago, Jonathan Cahn traveled to Nigeria and was on his way to a crusade to preach the gospel of Jesus Christ.
His guide had stopped the car and got out, and Cahn had no idea of where he went. Suddenly, Cahn says in this video (begin at 12:20 mark), that the car in which he was riding became surrounded by a group of Muslims. He had no idea of what to think about the situation.
He shares his story:
"They're looking at me and, I don't know, maybe I look Jewish," he laughed. "Because they said, 'Are you a Hebrew?' I said, 'yes I am.'
Bestselling author, financial adviser and radio personality Dave Ramsey is being sued by a former group of fans over timeshare exit advice.
A group of 17 former listeners of Ramsey filed a class-action lawsuit in the U.S. District Court for Western Washington alleging Ramsey was paid upwards of $30 million to promote the Timeshare Exit Team between 2015 and 2021.
This endorsement led to TET reportedly collecting $200 million from its customer base, many of whom were listeners to Ramsey's radio show.
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