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Tsiyon Messianic Radio Newsletter  - Vol 15.03 - 10/21/6019 TAM  - 01/17/20 AD


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From Eliyahu:

Shalom friends,

Something higherAs a refugee from the Baby-boomer generation, I'm feeling very concerned for the Millennial generation (born between 1981 and 1996) who are attempting to step into roles my generation is now largely retiring/retired from. Millennials have a lot to overcome, not the least of which are the negative stereotypes that many older people (i.e. often their bosses) hold against them. Here's a list from the Psychology Today website piece, Why Are Millennials So Anxious And Unhappy?:

Millenials are said to be"They’re [said to be] entitled, shiftless, egocentric, hypersensitive to criticism, and unable to cope with the stresses of real life. But they’re also said to be diverse, open with their emotions, deeply empathetic, and interested in making substantive, important changes in the world they’ve grown into. The truth is, although no one can really agree about the Millennial generation, one thing is fairly certain: They’re stressed out. Up to 17 percent of them are depressed, and 14 percent suffer from anxiety. Millennials seek psychotherapy more often than members of Generation X or other, earlier generations."

Personally, I think judging individuals by labels is always a bad idea, and that includes Millennials. Individuals vary greatly in every generation. Having said that, it is also manifestly true that each generation is faced with its own particular set of problems, with the general response to those problems often causing stereotypes to emerge. As Psychology Today points out above, a general response of many Millennials is anxiety and unhappiness. Why are many Millennials so unhappy?

Psychology Today says much of the anxiety and unhappiness of Millennials is due to money problems:

"Today’s young people face greater financial difficulties than previous generations. Almost 30 percent of Millennials see themselves as less well-off than they had expected to be, 10 years ago. They’re having trouble saving money, too, because of the 2008 recession, ballooning student-loan debts, and the rising cost of living."

"Analysis Paralysis" is said to be an even bigger problem for Millennials:

"In truth, decision-making itself may be the number-one reason why Millennials are so depressed and anxious, and why they feel the need for psychotherapy ... many of my Millennial clients are, for the first time, facing big choices that are likely to have lifelong consequences, and that they feel profoundly uncertain about how they should make these decisions. But there are other facets of decision-related anxiety, as well: Some young adults may find that they have too many choices and that trying to distinguish between their options is overwhelming. Others are seized by “analysis paralysis,” having difficulty seeing why one option is better than another, and feeling unable to make a choice at all."

Why is "Analysis Paralysis" such a problem for Millennials? This is how we are told they see it:

The Doors"At the age of 25, for instance, a young person is likely to confront most of life’s big decisions in the next 10-to-15 years. Metaphorically speaking, people in this position see their lives as a series of rooms, each of which is lined with doors. Whenever they make a choice, they walk through one door, only to realize that all the others have closed. Then, as they see it, they find themselves in a smaller room, surrounded by fewer doors than in the first. These doors, too, will all close when they walk through one. In fact, every door selected leads to a room that is smaller still, until ultimately the people making choices imagine finding themselves in a long hallway, stretching out ahead to the edge of vision, with no doors (and no choices) left to make."

With so many choices, how do you decide? I was, frankly, stunned by this answer from Psychology Today":

 "..Remember that good decision-making must be premised upon one’s genuine beliefs and values—not worries, “what-ifs,” or hypotheticals stemming from anxiety."

They messed with your OS.A computer needs existing parameters (an operating system) to function. So do you! Making good decisions depends on "genuine beliefs and values" that you can rely upon as your guide and standard in decision-making. This is the real problem so many Millennials are facing. Psychology Today suggests "finding a good therapist" to help with this, but frankly, I'm skeptical about that answer. "Beliefs and values" of therapists vary greatly, and have radically changed over the years, and will just keep changing in future years, so why would you adopt their values for yourself?  For this, you need something with a solid history over centuries, that is true and does not change. You need an OS from God! Problem is, the largely Bible-based standard that brought stability to much of society in earlier generations has been attacked so fiercely during the lifespan of Millennials that it is no longer considered "cool" - so has largely been discarded. Yet, there is no solid replacement for it. The "progressive" ideology that claims to be the home of Millennials, is at best, ever-changing and highly unreliable as a foundation to build your life upon. In many cases, it has proven to be completely out of line with reality, so how can you possibly make good choices based on that? Is it any wonder that making choices is so hard for a generation whose only real operating system has been ripped away from them?

If you are a young person, please, listen a minute to an old guy who cares about what you are going through. You don't have to be a "Millennial." You don't have to be defined by that. You can transcend that. That's what I did. I transcended my own generation, to end up in an even better place - a transcendent place - that brought me to this very satisfying point in my life. I'm telling you, even after decades of experience, this worked.

Rise above!I always wanted more than money, fame or prestige. I wanted real meaning based in reality. I wanted God. Not religion, and trust me, there is a BIG difference between religion and God. I wanted God Himself. I'm so happy to say He found me years ago, and if you will let Him, He will find you too. He has all the answers, all the right choices, and He already has a future in mind for you that far transcends your highest and wildest dreams! You need an operating system you can rely upon. You need your Creator to supply that for you. Here at Tsiyon, we have many people of all ages who have chosen the transcendent path of Yeshua Messiah. Spend some time with us, and if you will give Him the time He deserves, you will see how young people, and people of all ages, are transcending their respective generation with this awesome truth that only He can give! This is as real as it gets. If we can help you on this road to reality, contact us from our website at Tsiyon.org and we will hook you up with someone who will really listen, and will point you to the no-nonsense answers.

If you are one of our regular Tsiyon News readers, how about passing this message along to some deserving Millennial you care about? Also, join us live tonight at tsiyon.net, at 8 pm cst, to consider what Yeshua Messiah prayed for you and I in John 17. This is a transcendent prayer to make us transcendent people, hence our theme: Transcendence.




Editor's Note: The situation in the Mideast has recently gotten more complicated and dangerous. Israel sees Iran as getting very close to a nuke, and to a missile capable of delivering such a bomb to Israel. Israel says they will never let that happen. This unfolding scenario could easily fit into Bible prophecy.

Israel intel: Iran will have fissile material for a nuke this year, a nuclear-capable missile in two years

Reprint: Debkafile, Jan 14, 2020

Ticking time-bomb?The Israeli intelligence 2020 assessment published on Tuesday, Jan 14, estimates that if Iran continues its nuclear program at the present pace, it will have 25 kgs of highly enriched uranium by winter 2020 and a missile capable of carrying a nuclear bomb in two years.

This estimate matches the forecast Israel made five years ago, DEBKAfile’s sources note, when six world powers signed a nuclear accord with Iran for curtailing its development of a nuclear bomb. What happened was that the $150bn reward received by Iran was invested in advanced weapons systems and in establishing paramilitary groups under its control for planting around Israel’s borders.

The assessment released today is hardly compatible with another estimate in the 2020 intelligence paper that rates as low the prospects of war by Israel’s enemies. Does that mean that those enemies, Iran and Hizballah, will hold off until they accumulate a stock of nuclear warheads? The most pressing question is this: What is Israel doing about the advancing nuclear threat?

Its leaders have refrained from publicly discussing the threat since tensions between the US and Iran became critical. Last week, President Donald Trump declared: We will never allow Iran to acquire a nuclear weapon. On Tuesday, Prime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu said on Twitter: “We know exactly what’s happening with the Iranian nuclear program. Iran thinks it can achieve nuclear weapons. I reiterate: Israel won’t allow Iran to achieve nuclear weapons. I also call on all Western countries to impose snap back sanctions at the UN now.”

He was referring to the decision taken earlier in the day by the UK, France and Germany, co-signatories of the 2015 nuclear accord, to activate the dispute mechanism embodied in that accord after repeated Iranian breaches.

This process is long and cumbersome. Hence Netanyahu’s impatient demand. Complaints are first referred to a Joint Commission, then to the foreign ministers, and finally to the UN Security Council, with long pauses in between. For Iran’s non-compliance with its obligations, a vote could “snap back” the international and multilateral sanctions lifted under the accord.


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