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Gardner's World Archives - Page 13 of 15 - HEART Christian newspaper

A brave Scot who sewed in tears!

September 29, 2016 |

New light on Holocaust heroine who paid the ultimate sacrifice

By Charles Gardner

The discovery of a handwritten will and more than 70 photographs has provided fresh insight into the life of a Christian martyr who perished at Auschwitz.

Just six months before the camp was liberated by the Red Army on January 27, 1945, the life of courageous Scot Jane Haining was snuffed out, aged 47, by Nazi butchers for the ‘crime’ of loving the Jewish girls under her care. Read More


July 28, 2016 |

Gardener's worldAn Italian newspaper has been giving out free copies of Hitler’s Mein Kampf as part of an apparent sales drive. But Il Giornale claimed the idea, described by the country’s PM Matteo Renzi as “squalid”, was a bid to “educate readers about the evils of Nazism”.

Distribution of the infamous book has been banned in Europe since the end of World War II. But this was lifted in January when the copyrights expired. Read More

Embrace the hot potato – and sack the chef!

July 28, 2016 |

Gardener's worldThe hot potato that is Israel now quite literally affects what we can buy in our shops.

High-quality Israeli potatoes can no longer be purchased in certain Swiss supermarkets after a major chain caved in to demands for a ban on produce from the Jewish state. Read More


July 28, 2016 |

The family of Hallel Yaffa Ariel at her funeral

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British and European nations now under constant threat of terror attacks should spare a thought (and prayer) for Israel. In one of the most shocking incidents yet since the start of lone-wolf knife and gun attacks by Palestinian terrorists, a 13-year-old girl was butchered to death while asleep in her bed.1 Read More


July 28, 2016 |

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“May Day” was how one of Britain’s top-selling tabloids greeted the announcement of Theresa May as its new Prime Minister.

It was quite appropriate, really, as the country reels from the shock of the referendum vote to leave the European Union. But there is indeed a call for much alarm and ‘dis-may’. Read More

Gardner’s World – in brief – August-September 2016

July 28, 2016 |

Gardener's world

Peace prize backing for terrorist

Former South African Archbishop Desmond Tutu has joined an ongoing campaign to nominate a jailed Palestinian terrorist for the Nobel Peace Prize.

Marwan Barghouti, who is serving five life sentences for his role in planning suicide terror attacks in Israel, has already won the support of leading Belgian MPs and a delegation of mayors from French cities, and is widely seen as a prospective successor to PA president Mahmoud Abbas, which means he could be following in the footsteps of peace prize winner Yasser Arafat. (JNN) Read More

Shavuot – the need for Pentecostal power!

July 27, 2016 |

By Charles Gardner

The Feast of Pentecost (or Shavuot) is the perfect time to celebrate the miraculous birth of the Church – and a reminder that all further growth is equally supernatural.

The original outpouring of the Holy Spirit took place on what is also known as the Feast of Weeks – seven weeks or 50 days after Passover, when Jesus was crucified. It’s a celebration of the first fruits of the harvest, and it’s interesting to note that the number of disciples increased sevenfold on the Day of Pentecost. For 3,000 souls were added to the 500 already following Yeshua (Acts 2.41, 1 Corinthians 15.6). Read More

Britain’s Hard Left turn

July 27, 2016 |

Frightening comparison with Hitler’s rise to power

By Charles Gardner

We’ve been here before. History is repeating itself and I’m again experiencing that sense of déjà vu that prompted me (just ten days ago) to write about the anti-Semitism row within the British Labour Party in the context of Theodor Herzl’s Zionist campaign, which itself was prompted by anti-Jewish mania.1 Read More

The rock that will not roll

July 27, 2016 |

To be consistent, President Hollande should seek to make peace with the Nice terrorists

“At that time his voice shook the earth, but now he has promised, ‘Once more I will shake not only the earth but also the heavens.’” (Hebrews 12.26)

At a time of great turbulence, when all around is sinking sand, there is a rock of perfect security on which to stand. His name is Jesus. And those who fail to honour him will stumble. (Isaiah 8.14; Romans 9.33)

In the world of politics, too, there is an “immovable rock” that will injure those nations wishing to move it. (Zechariah 12.3) Could this mean that all who attack Jerusalem – “the city of the Great King” (Matthew 5.35) – will themselves be terrorised? Read More

Call to repent of Jewish betrayal

July 27, 2016 |

By Charles Gardner

A book dealing with a prophesied financial earthquake set to strike London calls on Britain to repent of its betrayal of the Jews.

This is among a string of sins which it is claimed have provoked the judgment of God. The list centres on how the country has forsaken its Christian heritage and moved away from the Coronation Oath through which the monarch vows allegiance to the Protestant faith. Read More

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