Maandelijkse archieven: april 2018


Geen diploma en toch geslaagd en dat met een vette tien. Door Cor van Ruitenbeek.

Jeremia was nog geen eens geboren.

Jeremia heeft nog geen eens een klaslokaal van binnen gezien.

Jeremia heeft ook geen alpha cursus of een bijbelschool doorlopen.

Theologie heeft Jeremia al helemaal niet gehad.

 

Jeremia 1: 5 – 7

 
5 Eer Ik u vormde in de moederschoot, heb Ik u gekend, en eer gij voortkwaamt uit de baarmoeder,
heb Ik u geheiligd; tot een profeet voor de
 volkeren heb Ik u gesteld.
6 Doch ik zeide: Ach, Here Here, zie, ik kan niet spreken, want ik ben jong.
7 De Here echter zeide tot mij: Zeg niet, ik ben jong, want tot een ieder, tot wie Ik u zend, zult gij
gaan, en alles wat Ik u gebied, zult gij spreken.

Ik kan niet spreken, ik begon met mijn achtste te praten en met mijn vijftiende kon ik eindelijk een boek lezen.
Heb jaren op spraakles gezeten.
Toen GOD zes jaar geleden aan mij vroeg of ik wilde schrijven over ZIJN GENADE zei ik het volgende:
Ik ben helemaal geen schrijver en wat weet ik nou van Uw genade af?
Nu heb ik heel weinig in mijn mars, zeg maar gerust nul komma nul.
Ik kan niet mensen overtuigen, geloof geven, en bekeren, dat is GODS werk.
En waarom kan ik mensen niet overtuigen, geloof geven en bekeren?????
Omdat ik anders zal gaan roemen in mijzelf en pronken met GODS veren of pronken met GODS werk.

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Geen diploma en toch geslaagd en dat met een vette tien.
Zo ziet GOD de VADER ons mensen al.
GOD ziet vanaf het begin het einde.
GOD ZIJ ALLES IN ALLEN.

Jesaja 46: 10

10 Ik, die van den beginne de afloop verkondig en
vanouds wat nog niet geschied is; die zeg: Mijn
raadsbesluit zal volbracht worden en Ik zal al mijn
welbehagen doen;

 

GOD heeft een welbehagen en een LOL om u en jou en mij een vette tien te geven.

1) Believen 2) Euforie 3) Genoegen 4) Genot 5) Goedvinden 6) Lust 7) Plezier 8) Plezierig 9) Smaak 10) Weerklank 11) Welgevallen 12) Willekeur

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GOD laat je nooit zakken.

Die vette tien wordt nooit minder.

 

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GOD is een expert in het onmogelijke.

Wat bij mensen onmogelijk is, IS MOGELIJK BIJ GOD.

 

Lukas 18: 27

27 Hij zeide tot hen: Wat bij mensen onmogelijk is, is mogelijk bij God.

 

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Ik wens u allen GODS rijke onvoorwaardelijke zegen, genade en liefde toe.


Greece opens the doors for more migrants to enter Europe: Court rules asylum seekers cannot be forced to stay in the country while being processed

Aangeleverd door: Sabine Vlaming

Bron: Daily Mail

Greece opens the doors for more migrants to enter Europe: Court rules asylum seekers cannot be forced to stay in the country while being processed

  • It is feared that the ruling could harm efforts to stop migrants leaving Turkey
  • It comes two years after a deal with Turkey closed Balkan migration routes
  • Stopping migrants making the crossing from Turkey is a key part of EU policy 
  • Human rights campaigners have called for the ruling to be made retroactive 

A  top Greek court ruled on Wednesday that migrants landing on Greek islands should no longer be held there while asylum claims are assessed.

The ruling has raised alarm among EU officials in Brussels who fear it could undermine EU efforts to discourage people from leaving Turkey.

The judgement comes two years after a controversial deal with Turkey shut down the Balkan migration routes.

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Migrants protest at Sapfous Square on the Greek island of Lesbos to demand the right to move freely around the country, a decision that could alleviate pressure on overcrowded island refugee camps

Migrants protest at Sapfous Square on the Greek island of Lesbos to demand the right to move freely around the country, a decision that could alleviate pressure on overcrowded island refugee camps

Migrants about 50 kilometers off the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean Sea -EU officials are concerned that the bloc may be overwhelmed by high numbers of people trying to get into Europe

Migrants about 50 kilometers off the Libyan coast in the Mediterranean Sea -EU officials are concerned that the bloc may be overwhelmed by high numbers of people trying to get into Europe

Migrants climb a metal fence to exit the Greek port of Patras, from where they try to smuggle themselves onto ferries to Italy, after being chased by the Coast Guard and police officers, in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018

Migrants climb a metal fence to exit the Greek port of Patras, from where they try to smuggle themselves onto ferries to Italy, after being chased by the Coast Guard and police officers, in Patras, Greece, March 8, 2018

Any prospect of a slackening of border rules could act as an incentive for refugees – especially Syrians fleeing recent attacks by government forces – to head for Greece with the aim of reaching northern Europe.

Stopping migrants making the short crossing from Turkey is a key part of EU policy aimed at avoiding a repeat of the crisis of 2015 when more than a million migrants, many of them Syrian refugees, made it to Germany.

Asylum-seekers have been prohibited from travelling beyond five Greek islands since March 2016, when the EU deal with Ankara to seal the sea route was negotiated.

Migrants climb through through a metal fence to exit the departures pier of the port of Patras, from where they try to smuggle themselves onto ferries to Italy, as they are chased by the Coast Guard and police officers, in Patras, Greece (08 March 2018)

Migrants climb through through a metal fence to exit the departures pier of the port of Patras, from where they try to smuggle themselves onto ferries to Italy, as they are chased by the Coast Guard and police officers, in Patras, Greece (08 March 2018)

Found: A migrant looks out from under a truck police officers wait to detain him in Patras (March 2018)

Found: A migrant looks out from under a truck police officers wait to detain him in Patras (March 2018)

Good effort: A man looks around before trying to hide under the chassis of a lorry - it is not known if he succeeded (March 2018)

Good effort: A man looks around before trying to hide under the chassis of a lorry – it is not known if he succeeded (March 2018)

It provided cash to improve conditions for Syrians staying in non-EU member Turkey.

The restriction on leaving the islands, imposed by Greece’s Asylum Service, has resulted in severely overcrowded camps and violent protests over delays in asylum decisions.

More than 15,000 asylum-seekers are living in five island camps, more than double their capacity, according to government data.

The Council of State, Greece’s top administrative court, annulled the decision. It found no ‘serious and overriding reasons of public interest and migration policy to justify the imposition of restriction on movement’, a court official said.

Escape: A migrant runs away from a truck after spotting a Coast Guard officer approaching

Escape: A migrant runs away from a truck after spotting a Coast Guard officer approaching

Greek port is overrun with migrants trying to stow away to Italy

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Getting to the other side: A majority of the migrants waiting to sneak into the ferries at Patras are young men and boys from Afghanistan and Pakistan

Getting to the other side: A majority of the migrants waiting to sneak into the ferries at Patras are young men and boys from Afghanistan and Pakistan

The ruling, effective immediately, applies to new arrivals only and not to asylum-seekers who are already on the islands.

The Greek section of Amnesty International and local group Solidarity Now have called for the ruling to be made retroactive so that the migrants the five camps can move to the mainland.

‘The ruling confirms what NGOs and human rights movement have said from the start: the forced retention of asylum-seekers on the islands, often in deplorable conditions, is unfair,’ Amnesty-Greece president Gabriel Sakellaridis said in a statement.

The Greek government is keen to reduce tension on the islands, especially as the busy tourist season is about to begin.

So far, only ailing and vulnerable refugees such as unaccompanied minors have been allowed off the islands without full asylum approval, a process that can take many months owing to the sheer volume of applications.

Until now, the migration ministry has refused to allow larger numbers of refugees to cross to the mainland, arguing that it would only encourage people smugglers to send more over.

The EU’s executive said it was aware of the ruling but not yet familiar with the details: ‘It is in any case for the Greek authorities to study and analyse the implications of this decision,’ a spokeswoman for the Commission said.

Greece’s Migration Ministry said it too would study the court’s decision and that there was a provision ‘regulating the matter’ in a bill which has been sent to parliament.

Although the number of migrants and refugees crossing the stretch between the Turkish coast and the islands remains well below 2015 levels, arrivals are up 27 percent this year compared with the same period in 2017, U.N. data shows.

Judges noted the islands had to manage a significant number of people seeking international protection while dealing with Greece’s financial crisis.

There were also risks of social tensions that could hurt the local economy because the islands are also tourist destinations.

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Netanyahu says at least 6 more countries considering embassy move to Jerusalem, waaronder Roemenië

Netanyahu says at least 6 more countries considering embassy move to Jerusalem

“I am pleased to say that there are at least half a dozen countries that are currently talking seriously to us about moving their embassies to Jerusalem,” Netanyahu said.

By: The Algemeiner and Reuters

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said on Thursday that “at least half a dozen” countries were considering moving their embassies to Jerusalem following the US decision to do so.

US President Donald Trump announced in December that America recognized Jerusalemas Israel’s capital.

The US Embassy is due to relocate to Jerusalem from Tel Aviv on May 14, the date on which Israel declared its independence in 1948.

“In order to promote peace … move your embassies here,” Netanyahu told foreign diplomats at a reception in Jerusalem celebrating the 70th anniversary of that declaration.

He thanked Guatemala, which decided to move its embassy soon after the US announcement, but he did not name the other countries he said were considering following suit.

“I am pleased to say that there are at least half a dozen countries that are currently talking seriously to us about moving their embassies to Jerusalem,” Netanyahu said.

The first 10 embassies to relocate to Jerusalem would receive “preferential treatment,” he said, without explaining what that might entail.

An American official said the embassy would be located at a provisional site in Jerusalem that now houses a US consular section. Building a permanent embassy could take several years.


Another 2-kilometer crack opens up in Kenya swallowing up crops and farms

Aangeleverd door: Spruitje

Another 2-kilometer crack opens up in Kenya swallowing up crops and farms

A month after a huge crack was reported in Kenya’s Rift Valley, another two-kilometre fault line has cracked open on Monday on the outskirts of Naivasha town in Nakuru County where farms have been swallowed. At least 16 families have moved to safe grounds as several acres of crops were destroyed by the crack that was filled with water believed to be from rains in other parts of the country.

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A new giant crack openend up at Moi Ndabi area on the outskirts of Naivasha town. via Nation

The heavy rains pounding this region have contributed in a way to the fissure … It’s a 20-foot deep crack that runs across several agricultural farms. The families were asked to leave primarily for their safety,” said Naivasha assistant county commissioner Joseph Opondo on Tuesday.

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After the cave-in, some houses have collapsed or are at risk of collapsing at Moi Ndabi area. via Nation

He added that a team of engineers and experts are assessing the situation as roads and a major river have also been affected.

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The giant crack is about 20-foot deep. via Nation

The cracks started opening up last month in Kenya with a huge earth crater in Narok County believed to have been caused by heavy rains and seismic activities. You remember?

Geologists say in about 50 million years, the African continent will split into two with the Somali tectonic plate which covers the Great Rift Valley – running from the Horn of Africa to Mozambique – separating itself from the Nubian Plate (African Plate).

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The new fissure swallowed up large chunks of fertile Earth. via Nation

Kenyan geologist David Ahede told local media that he believes the origin of the movements is a shield volcano called Suswa that lies at the base of the Great Rift Valley with a history of tectonic and volcanic activity. He added that the earth movements have resulted in weaknesses and the weak zones form fault lines and fissures which are normally filled by volcanic ash, most likely from the nearby Mt Longonot.

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The giant crack filled up with water overnight. via Nation

OMG! The African continent is really going to split it two!