The year 2016 is somehow about to end, too close but still not—- anyway— I love my job, I love my skills & I will always be proud of it. My career brought me to many places and I learned a lot this year. I am wishing that next year will become a bigger opportunity for me to expand my knowledge and this time I want to help more people. I recommit to writing more about what I’ve learned, what I have achieved, what I have reached…. my website looks like a ghost for it has not been updated for 4 years. I am posting this to remind “myself” to stay on the top, reminding that I created this website long time ago with a big big big dream — grrrr http://www.ellahworks.com
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After the new update of windows operating system to Windows 10, I encountered another problem when I was about to start my work in the office. As my daily ritual I opened the XAMPP application and tried to run the apache service module. Usually it uses the PORT 80 and before the upgrade of my OS it was all working fine until today. So I Googled some answers and found few suggestions that did’nt work until I stumbled the right and accurate answer from stackoverflow.com. You do not have to disable your SKYPE port just to make XAMPP work. Read more ›
As I have been struggling today when I sat in my chair here in the office about my computer who enthusiastically installed the new version of Windows 10 without my knowledge, well perhaps I did have the knowledge but I might been too careless clicking the “Yes” action buttons from the annoying pop-up boxes coming out in my screen. Okay enough with the fuzz. 🙂
After wasting and struggling 2 hours on to finding out the solution without consulting Google I manage to figure it out. I hope the information would help you as it helped me. Read more ›
By Ryan Chittum | Apr 5, 2016
The prime minister of Iceland said Tuesday he would resign following mass protests triggered by reports from ICIJ and partners that he had owned an offshore company in the British Virgin Islands with his wife, Icelandic state media reported. Read more ›
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Earlier this year, a prominent Member of Congress asked to meet with me in Washington, D.C. I thought the topic was going to be the possible coming war between Israel and Iran. Instead, the official asked, “What are your thoughts on Isaiah 17?” For much of the next hour, therefore, we discussed the coming judgment of Damascus according to Bible prophecy, and how this scenario could possibly unfold in the coming years in relation to other Bible prophecies and current geopolitical trends in the Middle East. Here is a brief summary of what I said.
There are actually two key Biblical prophecies that explain that at unspecified time in the future, the city of Damascus will be completely destroyed — judged by God — and will not be inhabited again.
* Isaiah 17:1-3 — “The oracle concerning Damascus. ‘Behold, Damascus is about to be removed from being a city and will become a fallen ruin. The cities of Aroer are forsaken; they will be for flocks to lie down in, and there will be no one to frightenthem. The fortified city will disappear from Ephraim, and sovereignty from Damascus….’”
* Jeremiah 49:23-27 — “Concerning Damascus. ‘Hamath andArpad are put to shame, for they have heard bad news; they are disheartened. There is anxiety by the sea, it cannot be calmed. Damascus has become helpless; she has turned away to flee, and panic has gripped her; distress and pangs have taken hold of her like a woman in childbirth. How the city of praise has not been deserted, the town of My joy! Therefore, her young men will fall in her streets, and all the men of war will be silenced in that day,’ declares the Lord of hosts. ‘I will set fire to the wall of Damascus, and it will devour the fortified towers of Ben-hadad.’”
These prophecies have not yet been fulfilled. Damascus is one of the oldest continuously inhabited cities on earth. It has been attacked, besieged, and conquered. But Damascus has never been completely destroyed and left uninhabited. Yet that is exactly what the Bible says will happen. The context of Isaiah 17 and Jeremiah 49 are a series of End Times prophecies dealing with God’s judgments on Israel’s neighbors and enemies leading up to — and through — the Tribulation.
How exactly will Damascus be destroyed? When will exactly it be destroyed? What will that look like, and what will be the implications for the rest of Syria, for Israel and for the region? The honest answer is that the Bible does not say. I’m currently writing a novel entitled, The Damascus Countdown, that envisions how these prophecies could come to pass. This will be the third and last in the novel series that includes The Twelfth Imamand The Tehran Initiative (both out now in paperback and ebook). Lord willing, I will finish the manuscript by the first week of August (it’s about 90% finished already) and it will release early next year (probably in March). In the meantime, I am tracking events in Damascus and Syria very closely [i.e,, see blog posts: “Will Syria Implode?”; “More than 1,000 Syrian leaders attend premiere of Damascus film“]. I am also praying much for the Lord Jesus Christ to have mercy on the people of that great city. The innocent blood shed by the Assad regime is reprehensible, and heart-breaking and is setting the stage for a terrible judgment. The believers in Christ there are being horribly persecuted, but some are still boldly preaching the Gospel and teaching the Word of God. Let’s pray that they reach all of the people of Damascus and Syria before the judgment comes.