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n a heart-pounding showdown at UFC Vegas 79, Christian fighter Bryce “Thug Nasty” Mitchell displayed not only his remarkable skills but also his unwavering faith and compassion. The co-headlining Men’s Featherweight bout pitted Mitchell against the formidable Dan Ige, and their encounter left spectators in awe.
Mitchell’s journey to this victorious moment was marked by a setback—a career-first loss in December. However, he returned to the Octagon with newfound determination and a resolute spirit. After three grueling rounds of grappling, Mitchell, on the verge of his 29th birthday, clinched the victory by unanimous decision.
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But it wasn’t just his fighting prowess that captured attention. Before the match even began, Mitchell raised a Bible high above his head and proclaimed “Freedom!” His actions were a testament to his unwavering belief in his faith.
Three years have passed since Rabbi Jonathan Cahn’s powerful prophetic message resounded on the National Mall during “The Return: National and Global Day of Prayer and Repentance.” The message he delivered on Sept. 26, 2020, drawing correlations between ancient Scripture and present circumstances, still reverberates.
As the event commenced with the resounding of trumpets and shofars, echoing the biblical solemn assembly described in Joel 2:15, Cahn, the author of the No. 1 bestseller “The Josiah Manifesto,” urged the assembled crowd to reflect on the grievous sins of our nation and the world. He emphasized how, similar to the people of ancient Israel, we have strayed from God, replacing Him with idols such as prosperity, comfort and immorality.
“We too have become our own gods,” Cahn lamented.
A special event is happening on Oct. 14, 2023: An annular solar eclipse will be visible in North America. This eclipse is famous for creating a “ring of fire” in the sky. It will travel across eight U.S. states from Oregon to Texas. If you can’t watch it in person, you can still see it online at no cost.
During this type of eclipse, the moon looks a bit smaller than the sun. It doesn’t cover the whole sun like a total eclipse but instead leaves a ring of sunlight around it.
Everyone in the Americas will see a part of the eclipse, but to see the ring of fire, you’ll need to be in a specific path that goes from the northwest U.S. through Central America to Brazil. This path includes eight U.S. states: Oregon, California, Nevada, Utah, Arizona, New Mexico and Texas. Even if you’re not in this path, you can still see a partial eclipse online.