WHY THIS IS MY FINAL DAILY BLOG

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WHY THIS IS MY FINAL DAILY BLOG

By Mario Murillo

Here is the news:  I am ending my daily blogging but will still write one blog a week.  That blog will be posted on Thursday mornings.

Why the change?  I look back and I honestly do not know how I did it.   Can you imagine trying to post a new blog every day for 3 years on a busy schedule?    And it’s not like the interest in the blog is waning.  We had nearly 50,000 people read the blog in the last 28 days!

Here are the reasons that I am ending the daily blog.

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1.We will launch our Living Proof Crusades at our World Convention in Reno on March 30 and 31, 2015. My schedule of crusades after that will make it impossible to post a daily blog.  Prayer will be the biggest reason I cannot blog every day.   The increased focus on winning the lost and healing the sick will summon me to expanded and intensified intercession.

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2.We are reopening the ARC in Martinez, California on Good Friday April 3. This is an outreach center to the San Francisco Area that will also be a studio to live stream Living Proof to the World. We need to keep a footprint in this bastion of liberalism and godlessness.   This is a God event center that is getting a dramatic makeover.

3. I hate my writing. I cringe at what happens when you write on the fly.  Hopefully I will be able to write better if I have time to look at it more than once.  I cannot promise you Pulitzer Prize winning prose but at least I will be able to edit my writing.

4. To expose the evil in our government and in false religion requires more focus. Do not think for a moment that I am backing down from exposing the spirit of Antichrist where I see it. I backed off of Obama in order to train my guns on other notable targets.  I am going from machine gunner to sniper and that means I must pick my targets with care.

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5.The blogs need to provide positive solutions. America is not hopeless.  We have not lost the battle.  As I said to you in the blog about Hillary, the real question is not whether America can be saved, but rather how we can think that this great nation that has shared Christ with the world for centuries, that has even rebuilt the nations who warred against us, and who has defended Israel, will not be visited by a special miracle at this time.  I pity the fool who believes that they can take down this nation without a furious fight from God himself. 

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This blog needs to chronicle the acts of God as they unfold.  We can reverse the damage of Obama, Islam, atheism and false Christianity. 

It has indeed been an amazing run but I would not be surprised if we end up with a greater impact with one blog a week than 7 blogs a week.   I am humbled that over a million people have read the blog and I am excited about the future of this blog.   Thank you for making this an amazing tool.

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Obama’s call to close Vatican embassy is ‘slap in the face’ to Roman Catholics.

Obama’s call to close Vatican embassy is ‘slap in the face’ to Roman Catholics 

People crowd St. Peter's Square at the Vatican, on occasion of the celebration of the Easter mass Sunday, March 31, 2013. Pope Francis is celebrating his first Easter Sunday Mass as pontiff in St. Peter's Square, which is packed by joyous pilgrims, tourists and Romans. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

People crowd St. Peter’s Square at the Vatican, on occasion of the celebration of the Easter mass Sunday, March 31, 2013. Pope Francis is celebrating his first Easter Sunday Mass as pontiff in St. Peter’s Square, which is packed by joyous pilgrims, tourists and Romans. (AP Photo/Alessandra Tarantino)

By Cheryl K. Chumley

The Washington Times

Tuesday, November 26, 2013

The Obama administration, in what’s been called an egregious slap in the face to the Vatican, has moved to shut down the U.S. Embassy to the Holy See — a free-standing facility — and relocate offices onto the grounds of the larger American Embassy in Italy.

The new offices will be in a separate building on the property, Breitbart reported.


And while U.S. officials are touting the relocation as a security measure that’s a cautionary reaction to last year’s attacks on America’s facility in Benghazi, several former American envoys are raising the red flag.

It’s a “massive downgrade of U.S.-Vatican ties,” said former U.S. Ambassador James Nicholson in the National Catholic Reporter. “It’s turning this embassy into a stepchild of the embassy to Italy. The Holy See is a pivot point for international affairs and a major listening post for the United States, and … [it’s] an insult to American Catholics and to the Vatican.”

Mr. Nicholson — whose views were echoed by former envoys Francis RooneyMary Ann GlendonRaymond Flynn and Thomas Melady — also called the justification for closing the existing facility a “smokescreen,” Breitbart reported.

“That’s like saying people get killed on highways because they drive cars on them,” he said in the report. “We’re not a pauper nation … if we want to secure an embassy, we certainly can.”

Moreover, the existing facility has “state of the art” security, he said.

Mr. Flynn, meanwhile, said the administration’s announcement reflects a hostility toward the Catholic Church.

“It’s not just those who bomb churches and kill Catholics in the Middle East who are our antagonists, but it’s also those who restrict our religious freedoms and want to close down our embassy to the Holy See,” he said in the National Catholic Reporter. “[There’s no] diplomatic or political benefit to the United States” from the relocation at all, he added.

Catholic Vote, a publication for the Church community, called the move “an unmistakable slap in the face” that clearly communicates that the United States cares little for the diplomatic facility.

And Mr. Nicholson went on, as Breitbart reported: “It’s another manifestation of the antipathy of this administration both to Catholics and to the Vatican — and to Christians in the Middle East. This is a key post for intermediation in so many sovereignties but particularly in the Middle East. This is anything but a good time to diminish the stature of this post. To diminish the stature of this post is to diminish its influence.”