Day: December 2, 2021

News Of the Day – December 2nd

Pro-Life Supporters Pleased With Abortion Case Hearing

Tensions are high between pro-choice and pro-life supporters. The US supreme court heard oral arguments on Wednesday in the most significant abortion rights case since the landmark 1973 supreme court ruling in Roe v Wade which effectively legalized abortion in the US. Legal experts from the center and the left both said the oral arguments heard went well for pro-lifers. The case involves a Mississippi law that prohibits abortion after 15 weeks of pregnancy except in situations of medical emergencies and fetal abnormality. Under the legal framework of Roe and its companion decisions, such a law is unconstitutional. Read more about the case here.



Televangelist Marcus Lamb Passes From Covid-19

Controversial Pastor and founder of the Christian television network, Daystar, Marcus Lamb, passed away from Covid-19 complications. Lovingly called the “Walking Bible” because of his immense knowledge of Scripture, Lamb traveled to Israel in 1983, where he says God told him to found a Christian television station in Montgomery, Alabama. His wife Joni Lamb, announced the televangelist’s death saying her husband had diabetes but was healthy and was hospitalized after being diagnosed with Covid-19. Read more about his passing here.

Kathie Lee Gifford Writes New Book Of Faith

Celebrity Kathie Lee Gifford has never been shy about her Christian faith. For decades, the former TV co-host, actress, and singer, has shared deep discussions with anyone willing to chat with her about faith — whether they share her beliefs or not. And now, she has written a new book of faith based on those conversations called, “The Jesus I know”. The book is filled with her talks with fellow celebrities about their faith, or lack of it, and who they feel Jesus and what faith means to them., saying, “I believe this is a challenge for us to look at people who are different from us and understand them better. ‘ Read more about the book here.

Donors Give $1.6 Million To Man Wrongly Convicted

Donors from around the world have given more than $1.6 million to Kevin Strickland, who was exonerated of a triple murder and released from prison last week after more than four decades behind bars. Though he suffered the state’s longest known wrongful conviction, he cannot collect recompense from the state. So a go-Fund me account was set up in is name. And among the fundraiser’s contributors were moving messages of support. Strickland stated he is overwhelmed at the outpouring of love. Read more about how you can donate here.


December 2nd – Genesis 1:26-31

Genesis 1:26-31

When we go to the Bible to read about our Savior’s birth, we usually turn to the New Testament. But the coming of Jesus Christ into this world actually begins in the book of Genesis. Because before He ever created man, God knew we would need a Savior. Our Father, in His infinite wisdom, knew we would fail Him. He knew how great man would fall, and stain His perfect creation with our wickedness. Yet He created us anyway. And going a step further, God gave us the gift of creating us in His image. From His great love, He uniquely blessed us with all of His amazing qualities, including the ability to have a close, personal, relationship with our Creator. But God also knew how that relationship would be severed by our sin. And so He Himself became a man and lived among us. Our Emanuel came to restore and establish an unbreakable bond between us and Him forever!