Last Generation Network News: WORLD EDITION December 11, 2013 –WEDNESDAY- Tevet 8, 5774 Vol.I No.10

"News is the propaganda of the truth" -MJS

South Africans bid farewell to Nelson Mandela

Washington Post - ‎57 minutes ago‎
PRETORIA, South Africa - Thousands of South Africans lined up Wednesday to file past the body of Nelson Mandela, which lay in state flanked by two guards in a federal government district still dotted with monuments to the history of white rule.

Mandela Service Sign Language Translator Accused of Being 'Fake'

Bloomberg - ‎19 minutes ago‎
An interpreter used to communicate with hearing-impaired people at a memorial service held for Nelson Mandela yesterday was a “fake,” according to the Deaf Federation of South Africa.

Uruguay makes history by legalising entire marijuana market

euronews - ‎24 minutes ago‎
Uruguay became the first country on Tuesday to legalize the cultivation, distribution and consumption of marijuana. The Senate approved the bill by 16 to 13.

Pope Francis, The Choice

TIME - ‎22 minutes ago‎
With a focus on compassion, the leader of the Catholic Church has become a new voice of conscience. Managing Editor Nancy Gibbs explains why Francis is TIME's choice for Person of the Year 2013.

Supreme Court says gay sex illegal, LGBT rights activists angry

Hindustan Times - ‎51 minutes ago‎
The Supreme Court on Wednesday reinstated a colonial-era ban on gay sex that enables the jailing of homosexuals in a major setback for rights campaigners in the country.

Thai crisis deepens as PM's supporters threaten protesters

Reuters - ‎1 hour ago‎
BANGKOK (Reuters) - The red-shirted supporters of Thai Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra said on Wednesday they were ready to take to the streets to protect her embattled government from an elite-backed protest movement seeking to install unelected ...

Desmond Tutu home robbed; was at Mandela memorial

Washington Post - ‎43 minutes ago‎
JOHANNESBURG - Police in South Africa say retired Archbishop Desmond Tutu's home was robbed while he was away to attend a memorial honoring Nelson Mandela.

Japan Says 2013 Visitors to Top Record 10 Million on Yen

Bloomberg - ‎1 hour ago‎
Japan said visitors are set to top 10 million this year for the first time as a weaker yen lowers costs for travelers from abroad.

David Cameron laughs off criticism about posing for 'selfie' with Barack Obama ...
25 minutes ago
Written by
Jessica Best
The Prime Minister was pictured with US president Barack Obama and Danish PM Helle Thorning-Schmidt - the daughter-in-law of former Labour leader Lord Kinnock - as the three bunched together and smiled for a cameraphone snap in the FNB Stadium in ...

Crane collapses on German supermarket, 1 dead

Houston Chronicle - ‎38 minutes ago‎
BERLIN (AP) - A building crane collapsed Wednesday onto a supermarket in western Germany, killing one person and injuring at least five others, police said.

Lavrov urges 'responsible countries' to back Syria talks

The Daily Star - ‎40 minutes ago‎
TEHRAN: Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov urged all "responsible countries" to act to ensure a Syrian peace conference achieves positive results, in remarks during a visit to Iran on Wednesday.

Cuba-US handshake — 13 years in the making - ‎14 hours ago‎
When is a handshake not just a handshake? When it only happens every 13 years. President Barack Obama and Cuban leader Raúl Castro briefly greeted each other Tuesday as they met at the memorial service for former South African President Nelson ...

Myanmar releases 41 political prisoners

Reuters - ‎3 hours ago‎
YANGON (Reuters) - Myanmar freed 41 political detainees on Wednesday, a government spokesman said, bringing the country close to fulfilling a pledge by President Thein Sein to release all prisoners of conscience by the end of the year.

16 dead after fire tears through market in Shenzhen, China

CNN - ‎1 hour ago‎
(CNN) -- Sixteen people have been killed and five others injured in a fire early Wednesday at a market in the southern Chinese city of Shenzhen, the local government said.

Condemned Islamist leader wins 11th hour reprieve in Bangladesh

Reuters - ‎18 hours ago‎
DHAKA (Reuters) - An Islamist opposition leader in Bangladesh won a dramatic stay of execution on Tuesday hours before he was due to be hanged, according to his lawyers, allaying fears for now of a violent backlash less than a month before elections are ...

Airline surprises passengers Christmas gifts

New York Daily News - ‎55 minutes ago‎
Christmas miracle or sickly sweet PR stunt? Either way, it's unlikely these WestJet passengers care after they had their wildest holiday wishes granted during a flight across Canada.

Chief Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry retires

Associated Press of Pakistan - ‎1 hour ago‎
ISLAMABAD, Dec 11 (APP): Chief Justice of Pakistan Justice Iftikhar Muhammad Chaudhry retired on Wednesday (December 11, 2013) here after serving as Chief Justice of Pakistan for more than eight years.
  • Madela fake interpreter: President Barack Obama looks down as he stands next to the sign language interpreter

    Mandela ceremony interpreter called a 'fake'

  • Uruguay marijuana: Marcelo Vazquez, a marijuana grower, checks the leaves of his marijuana plants for fungus, on the outskirts of Montevideo, Uruguay, Monday, Dec. 9, 2013. The Uruguayan Senate is expected to approve a law to legalize the production, distribution and sale of marijuana Tuesday. If approved, Uruguay would be the first country to regulate the marijuana market from production to retail.

    Uruguay OK's 1st national market for legal pot

  • Dutch couple freed by abductors in Yemen: Boudewijn Berendsen, left, and Judith Spiegel

    Dutch couple freed by abductors in Yemen

    Dutch journalist Judith Spiegel and her partner Boudewijn Berendsen, who were freed after months in captivity in Yemen, began their trip home early Wednesday.

  • nativa auction: French auctioneer Alan Leroy stands during an auction of sacred objects from the Hopi and San Carlos Apache Native American tribes in Paris, on Dece. 9

    US charity buys Hopi artifacts to return to tribes

    The Annenberg Foundation says it was the anonymous bidder that paid $530,000 for 24 Native American masks, and will return them to the tribes they came from.

  • Mandela procession: The procession for former South African president Nelson Mandela makes its way through the streets of Pretoria, South Africa

    Mandela's body arrives for viewing in South Africa

    The body of Nelson Mandela is being taken in procession to the Union Buildings in Pretoria where it will lie in state for three days.

  • India gay sex law: Participants hold a giant rainbow flag during Queer Azadi Mumbai 2011 in Mumbai

    India's top court makes gay sex illegal again

    India's top court stated that only parliament could change the law criminalizing gay sex, by deleting a section of the penal code dating back to the 19th century.

  • Thai red shirt supporters of Prime Minister Yingluck Shinawatra

    Thai 'red shirts' prepare rally to back PM

    Comments from Thai Prime Minister's red-shirted supporters suggest the protests could lead to a wider conflict if her government is forcibly removed.

  • Pakistani doctor wins $1M to fight child death: Anita Zaidi won Caplow Children's Prize

    Pakistani doctor wins $1M to fight child deaths

    An American entrepreneur awarded $1 million to Anita Zaidi, pediatrics department head at a Pakistan university, for her plan to stem early childhood deaths.

  • Arrival of a train containing Jews deported to Auschwitz death camp in Poland. Auschwitz-Birkenau -1940-1945- was the largest of the German Concentration and Extermination camps. 1.1 million people, 90 per cent of them Jews are thought to have died there

    Holocaust encyclopedia counts 42,500 Nazi camps

    The project documents the astonishing reaches of the camp system for the first time, and could help some survivors corroborate legal claims.

  • Palestinians see worrisome trend in 'honor killings'

    'Honor killings' of Palestinian women rising

    With few questions and rare punishment, families are killing Palestinian women accused or suspected of adultery and other acts of "shame."

  • Obama selfie:  President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron pose for a picture with Denmark's Prime Minister Helle Thorning Schmidt while First Lady Michelle Obama looks on

    Obama takes selfie at Mandela service

    President Barack Obama and British Prime Minister David Cameron posed for a selfie with Danish Prime Minister Helle Thorning-Schmidt at Mandela's service.

  • Obama-Castro handshake: What does it mean for US-Cuban relations

    Obama-Castro handshake: What does it mean?

    Does the handshake between President Obama and Cuban President Raul Castro mean a Mandela-like peace offering? Many say otherwise.

  • Swiss school reforms: Fifth graders use their iPads to take photos of Sweden's PM Reinfeldt during his visit to Husby School, west of Stockholm

    Sweden rethinks pioneering school reforms

    School shutdowns and deteriorating results have taken the shine off an education model admired and emulated around the world, in Britain in particular.

  • Images of Nelson Mandela though the years are flashed upon a screen during the memorial service

    World rains tributes on Nelson Mandela

    Hundreds of foreign dignitaries and world leaders gathered Tuesday along with thousands of South African people to celebrate the life, and mark the death, of Nelson Mandela.

  • China smog: A man wears a mask while walking on a bridge during a hazy day in Shanghai's financial district of Pudong

    China media under fire for arguing smog benefits

    In online commentaries on Monday, two Chinese news outlets, including the state broadcaster CCTV, tried to put a positive spin on China's smog problem.

  • International Olympic Committee, IOC, President German Thomas Bach, attends the opening of the executive board's meeting, at the IOC headquarters, in Lausanne, Switzerland, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.

    IOC: Russia to set up protest zones in Sochi

    With the opening ceremony of the Sochi Olympics less than two months away, Russia plans to put up public protest zones for demonstrations.

  • CAR violence: A Christian mob attacks a mosque in Bangui, Central African Republic, Tuesday Dec. 10.

    Red Cross: CAR death toll over 500

    'Aid workers have collected 461 bodies across the capital of Bangui since Thursday, a local Red Cross employee said, but that does not include Muslim victims.

  • Quotation from Nelson Mandela memorial

    Quotes from leaders, family at Mandela memorial

    At Nelson Mandela's memorial, family friends and world leaders honored South Africa's anti-apartheid icon as a trailblazer and a man.

  • Israel water deal: A Palestinian boy drags a cart as his brother sits on water containers after filling them from public taps in the northern Gaza Strip June 20.

    Israel, Jordan and Palestinians sign water deal

    The water-sharing agreement is designed to provide new water to a region critically short of it, and brings a Red Sea-Dead Sea pipeline closer to reality.

  • Families Appeal for Journalists Held in Syria

    Families appeal for journalists held in Syria

    The families of two Spanish journalists kidnapped in Syria appealed for their release Tuesday. The journalists were taken hostage by a group linked to al-Qaida nearly three months ago.

  • Cuba human rights: A government supporter hold pictures of former Cuban President Fidel Castro and his brother in Havana

    In Cuba, protests mark human rights day

    Protests and gatherings in Cuba marked the 65th anniversary of the adoption of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights by the United Nations.

  • French troops killed in Central African Republic: French troops patrol past two Seleka, the alliance of mostly Muslim rebel groups

    2 French soldiers die in Central African Republic

    The killings in Bangui late Monday came on the day French forces were conducting patrols by foot and vehicle through the dusty streets.

  • Argentine looting: An armed shopkeeper stands outside his business after his shop was looted in San Miguel de Tucuman, Argentina

    Police strikes, mob rule testing Argentine cities

    At least five people have been killed as police in Argentina stage walkouts over pay, leaving citizens unprotected from looters.

  • Reporters watch a presentation during the inauguration of the new Google cultural institute in Paris, Tuesday, Dec. 10, 2013.

    France snubs Google over online privacy spat

    France thinks Google is not doing enough to stop the unauthorized collection of personal data.

  • Weapons watchdog OPCW receives Nobel Peace Prize: Save the Children's Peace Prize

    Weapons watchdog receives Nobel Peace Prize

    Accepting the 2013 Nobel Peace Prize, the director-general of the OPCW said chemical weapons have an "especially nefarious legacy."

  • Western envoys go to Kiev hoping to defuse crisis

    Western envoys in Kiev hoping to defuse crisis

    Compromise appeared elusive in Ukraine before Western ambassadors arrived to defuse the tensions between government and pro-EU demonstrators.

  • Atheist Monument: People gather at the unveiling of an Atheist monument outside the Bradford County Courthouse in Stark, Fla. The New Jersey-based group American Atheists unveiled the 1,500-bound granite bench.

    Atheists face death, discrimination from governments

    Study shows 13 Muslim countries mete out execution under the law when people openly espouse atheism or reject the official state religion of Islam.

  • Policemen keep watch at the entrance to La Mesita hill, where homicide experts are working to locate bodies buried in shallow graves, at the community of Palo Gordo, on the outskirts of Zapopan, Jalisco on December 4, 2013.

    Man suspected of over 200 murders captured

    Felipe Viveros was captured alongside Jose Bernabe and Froylan Barrera. A statement did not indicate when they were apprehended.

  • Nobel Prizes by the numbers: Laureates arrive Dec. 10 in

    Nobel by the numbers: Prizes, winners, honors

    How many Nobel laureates will collect their prizes Tuesday? Who's the oldest winner? How much do they win? These and other numbers are revealed.

  • Spain airport: In this Wednesday, May 11, 2011 photo, the new Central airport control tower seen in Ciudad Real, Spain

    Spanish 'ghost airport' goes on the block

    Ciudad Real's Central airport helped drive Spain's economic boom and now symbolizes the wasteful spending that helped trigger its catastrophic bust.

  • Nesting dolls with images of Russian President Putin, PM Medvedev and French President Hollande in shop window in Russia.

    Did Chinese hackers spy on Europeans before G20?

    California-based FireEye said it was able to monitor the "inner workings" of the main computer server used by the hackers to move across compromised systems.


World Leaders Bow, Pray At Mandela's Casket

Mandela Casket
Bloomberg via Getty Images

6 Funerals That Showed Us The True Emotion Of A Nation In Mourning

John F Kennedy Funeral Salute

Riot Police Clash With Protesters In Kiev, Then Withdraw


Fire At Chinese Farmer's Market Turns Deadly

China Farmers Market

Desmond Tutu's Home Robbed While He Was At Mandela Memorial

Desmond Tutu

Mexico's Stolen Cobalt-60 Safely Recovered

Mexico Cobalt60

Chinese Protesters Drink Pesticide To Appeal Home Demolitions

Beijing Protest

Crane Collapse In Germany Kills At Least 1

Germany Crane Collapse

Audit: EU Pays Palestinians In Gaza Who Don't Work

Gaza Civil Servant

Mandela Ceremony Interpreter Deemed A 'Fake'

Mandela Interpreter

Indian Court Upholds Law Making Homosexuality A Crime

India Homosexuality Ruling

Huge Death Toll Reported In Central African Republic

Central African Republic

Israel, Jordan And Palestinians Agree On Water

Dead Sea

Of 706 Rapes Reported In Delhi, Only 1 Case Saw Convictions

Rape Delhi

Winter Storm Bears Down On Syrian Refugees In Desperate Need Of Shelter

Syria Refugees Winter

1 In 9 Girls Marries Before Age 15, And Here's What Happens To Them

Child Bride

Canadian Police Approve Headscarf Uniform

Hijab Police Uniform

Prez Takes Selfie With World Leaders And Michelle Is Having None Of It


World's Greatest Writers Slam NSA Surveillance Power

Nsa Protest

Number Of City Dwellers Expected To Double By 2050

Crowded Sidewalk





In ‘framework,’ some see US shift to interim Israeli-Palestinian deal


Kerry and Netanyahu met in Jerusalem, December 6, 2013 
(photo: US Embassy Tel Aviv)

Washington introduces new language into discussions over peace agreement, but State Department denies ‘framework’ is code for partial accord

Amid simmering tensions over Iran policy, the Obama and Netanyahu governments appear to have quietly forged common ground in recent weeks on Israeli-Palestinian talks, with the United States accepting that a possible “framework” agreement might not address every outstanding issue in the negotiations.

Such an agreement, the United States and Israel seem to agree, would maintain a role for Israel in providing for its security, presumably by maintaining some form of military presence in the West Bank.



Palestinians reject US proposal for 10-year IDF presence in Jordan Valley, turned ‘worse than bad’ after proposal was pitched


Kerry and Abbas in the West Bank city of Ramallah on Thursday, December 5, 2013. 
(photo: AP/Mohamad Torokman, Pool)

Official PA daily reports Kerry-Abbas meeting last week turned ‘worse than bad’ after proposal was pitched

An American proposal that Israel station IDF soldiers in the Jordan Valley for the first 10 years after the signing of a peace deal with the Palestinians has garnered angry reactions from Palestinian leaders.

A senior Palestinian official was quoted in the report to the effect that after Kerry made the suggestion, the meeting between him and Abbas turned to “worse than bad.”

According to the official, Palestinian leaders saw Kerry reneging on security proposals presented earlier in the current round of US-brokered peace talks by Jim Jones, the former Obama administration national security adviser who serves as the State Department special envoy for Middle East security.

Jones had reportedly suggested that a NATO force, led by the US, be stationed in the Jordan Valley.



IDF's Jordan Valley chief sees no 
possibility of army's withdrawal from area


GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon 
| Photo credit: Uri Lenz

In meeting with Yesha Council heads, IDF Central Command chief Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon is recorded as saying that plan for changes on the ground in the Jordan Valley is "an unhatched egg" • "The Jordan Valley is a strategic buffer for Israel," he says.

Against the backdrop of a U.S. security plan which includes the gradual withdrawal of Israeli forces from the Jordan Valley, GOC Central Command Maj. Gen. Nitzan Alon met Sunday with the heads of the Yesha Council, which represents communities in Judea and Samaria, and attempted to allay their concerns about the reports suggesting a permanent peace deal with the Palestinian Authority would include changes on the ground in the Jordan Valley.

Alon referred to the rumored plan as "an unhatched egg," and told the group the Israel Defense Forces intends to maintain its presence in the Jordan Valley. He also said the Israeli military has been able to convince the American envoys, including recently retired Marine Corps Gen. John Allen, of its position.



Pro-Israel groups change tactics on Iran deal


AIPAC and ADL, like Netanyahu, are retreating from their confrontational stance vis-a-vis the White House and focusing on shaping a final agreement

In a conference call last week, Howard Kohr, the American Israel Public Affairs Committee’s executive director, advised pro-Israel activists and leaders not to confront the Obama administration directly over the “difference of strategy” between the United States and Israel on Iran. Instead, Kohr said to focus on passing new sanctions as a means of shaping a final deal.

AIPAC would not comment on the call, which was first revealed Dec. 3 in a Zionist Organization of America news release criticizing AIPAC’s approach. But Kohr’s advice comports with a recent rhetorical pivot by Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, who initially excoriated the interim deal with Iran reached last month in Geneva as a “historic mistake.”



Earliest Subzero Temps Since ’95 in Chicago; 
More Bitter Cold And Snow Coming


Temperatures dipped below zero overnight, the earliest it has been that cold in Chicago in 18 years.

The last time Chicago had subzero temperatures this early in the season was Dec. 9, 1995. Unfortunately for Chicagoans, it won’t be long before the mercury is back below zero.

Though temperatures will get into the low 20s on Tuesday, Chicago could see subzero temperatures again Wednesday night. Before that, Chicago likely will get more snow.

Featured News 

In ‘framework,’ some see US shift
to interim Israeli-Palestinian deal

Kerry says Iran deal 'hinge
point in history'

Lawmakers Tout Deal Easing Spending Cuts Amid Republican Ire 

Israelis, Palestinians, pour cold 
water on Kerry’s security ‘ideas’

Tech companies seek limits 
on government surveillance

US defense bill boosts funding
for joint Israel missile
defense projects

Pro-Israel groups change
tactics on Iran deal

Iran knows there is almost no chance
of strike, ex-top adviser says

5 Days Left: Congress races 
against deadlines as doc
cuts, price spikes loom

Latest News 

Catholic Bishops Sued by ACLU for Not Allowing Abortion in Catholic Hospital 

Pope Francis prays for safety and religious liberty of Mideast Christians 

GM shakes up auto industry men's
club, naming first woman CEO

Bible Translator Gunned Down
by Islamic Rebels in Africa 
While Trying to Protect Family

Thai 'red shirts' prepare rally
to back PM against protesters

Ukrainian Police Move Against
Protesters in Central Kyiv

Congress assails Iran nuclear deal,
but new sanctions appear unlikely

Court in India criminalizes 

Uruguay OK's first national 
market for legal pot

2 Spanish journalists kidnapped
in Syria, newspaper says

Lost Nevada family warmed rocks by
fire to survive snow for 2 days

Hidden Obamacare Website Costs
Show Lack of Transparency

Regulators Complete Votes on
Rule to Curb Bank Risk

PLO asks NBC to call off pro-
duction of new TV show

Russian news agency RIA
Novosti closed down

Periplaneta japonica: New cockroach
in town sneers at a New York winter

18 current, former L.A. County sheriff's deputies face federal charges 

Iranian paper fears ‘trap’ for
Rouhani at Mandela funeral

Now that's c-c-c-cold: Antarctica 
sets record of -135.8 degrees!

Town wants to shoot 
down drones

Dementia cases 'set to treble
worldwide' by 2050

Seizure of nuns stokes
Syrian Christian fears

Researchers discover massive freshwater reserves beneath
the oceans

Okla. Satanists seek monument
by Statehouse steps

White House News 

Obama hails new Volcker Rule 

Obama says budget deal is good first
step, urges Congress to act

Son of Obama spiritual
adviser dies

John Podesta to formally
join Obama inner circle

Will Handshake With Castro
Lead to Headache for Obama?

Obama takes selfie with British,
Danish prime ministers

The Secret's Out: Obama Acknowledges Existence
Of Area 51

New caveat on Obama pledge:
Pay to keep your doctor

Poll: Obama, Iran face selling
job on nuclear pact

Rand Paul says 'seriously thinking 
about' 2016 White House run

Activists urge Obama to go
rogue, sidestep Congress

The venom between Barack 
Obama and Charlie Rangel

Israel News 


Behold, he that keepeth Israel shall neither
slumber nor sleep. - Psalms 121:4 (KJV) 

Israel gears up for five-day
winter storm

Israeli Minister Lights Hanukkah 
Candles in Muslim Country

Israel and Russia to negotiate
free-trade agreement

Palestinian policeman shot, 
killed at local station

Israeli professors awarded
Nobel Prize in Stockholm

Ancient estate and garden 
fountain unearthed in Israel

Dutch FM: Europe judges Israel
by a different standard than 
other Middle East countries

Netanyahu: Final Deal Should 
Dismantle Iran's Nuclear Program

Arab Political Refugee Mudar Zahran:
‘We Arabs and Muslims Are Harming
Al-Aqsa, Not Israel or the Jews’

Israel, Jordan, Palestinians to 
finally build Red-Dead pipeline

Israelis brace for frigid tempera-
tures, escalating storms

Israeli Christian leader’s son
attacked, allegedly over 
pro-IDF stance

Provocative Commentary 

How President Obama Misled Chris Matthews About NSA Surveillance - Conor Friedersdorf 

Israel's Press: Taking Our Leave of America - Amnon Lord, Makor
Rishon Senior Editor

Bethlehem’s Christians put a patriotic
spin on a traumatic siege -
Elhanan Miller

Obama’s four-state solution -
Caroline B. Glick

Obama's America, Going the Way
of Rome - Prof. Paul Eidelberg

Obama’s Refusal to Hate Evil -
Shmuley Boteach

Israel Cannot Rely on America - 
Shoshana Bryen

The Real Danger Facing the
Jewish People - Richard Mather

Concerns about Europe and 
Israel - Jacques Heller

True Peace Can Only Begin on the 
Temple Mount - Aharon Pulver
and Douglas Altabef

Kerry's gospel of weakness -
Ruthie Blum

Woe to U.S. allies -
Charles Krauthammer

As Obama Turns - 
John Dickerson

A tale of two Kerrys -
Herb Keinon

‘The other side of North Korea’: A defected smuggler’s extraordinary story - Max Fisher 

The religious cleansing of
Bulloch County, Georgia - 
Todd Starnes

Mandela and Israel -
Steve Linde

Intellectuals Who Wish for 
Israel's Demise - Guilio Meotti

A prescription for decline: 
worshipping the false gods
of prosperity and money -
Cal Thomas

Jewish activists set sights on
Jerusalem’s Temple Mount,
raising alarm in Muslim world -
William Booth and Ruth Eglash

Disturbing imagery -
Jerusalem Post


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December 11: Worship in the
Night - Streams in the Desert

December 11: Individuality -
Oswald Chambers

December 11: Those Who
Hurt - Charles Stanley

A.W. Tozer's Daily Devotional 

Charles Spurgeon's 'Morning and 
Evening' Daily Devotional

Daily Light 'Morning and Evening' 
Devotional - Jonathan Bagster

Charles Stanley's Audio Messages 

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