Beyond Today Magazine: January–February 2017

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In This Issue

  • by John LaBissoniere
While protecting your family and belongings is important, discover why Proverbs 4:23 says you should safeguard your heart more than anything else.
  • by United Church of God
God has a purpose for humanity, a purpose for current events, and He will accomplish that purpose through the leadership that He either puts in place or allows.
  • by Mario Seiglie
Recent discoveries have taught us a great deal about the universe. How do these finding compare with what we find revealed in the Bible?
  • by Dan Taylor
The world is seeing an increasing number of growing trouble spots. Yet one remains consistent in its ability to dominate the headlines—the Middle East. What’s behind its constant turmoil?
  • by Michael Kelley
After eight years of liberal policies and programs dominating the American political and social scene, could a new presidential administration make a difference in America’s direction?
  • by Darris McNeely
The leading nations of the Western world stand at a crossroads. Which path will they take? What are the stakes? Could an ancient biblical prophet give us any insight?
  • by Scott Ashley
Our hope is that all nations might experience some kind of positive turning point and not experience the continuing, escalating problems we have brought on ourselves due to turning from God.
  • by Beyond Today Editor
Recently The Wall Street Journal reported that Russia’s involvement in the Syrian conflict—helping President Bashar al-Assad in fighting against Islamist forces seeking his ouster—has given some insight into Russian military capabilities.
  • by Beyond Today Editor
The Brexit vote in Britain to leave the European Union has provoked a great deal of anger at Britain by many in Europe, but it has also served as encouragement to many other Europeans to focus on preserving their own individual nations and cultures against pan-Europeanism and immigration from the Muslim Middle East and North Africa—and it has led to growing support for nationalist or “far right”...
  • by Robin Webber
With the indwelling presence of God the Father and Jesus Christ, Christians must proceed forward with diligence, faith and virtue—pursuing God’s will above their own.