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Jimmy DeYoung's News Feeds

Thank you for your interest in Bible prophecy and specifically our news feeds. It is our prayer that we will be able to continue to serve you with the edifying message of the soon-coming Return of Jesus Christ through our new web servers until Christ indeed calls His Bride home to be with Him. So check the link, and let's keep looking up, Until!

Jimmy DeYoung's News Update
Jimmy DeYoung brings you the day's top story and explains how it is setting the stage for Bible prophecy to be fulfilled.

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The Day's Top Ten News Stories
Jimmy DeYoung brings you the day's top ten news stories as they relate to Bible prophecy.

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Jimmy DeYoung's Prophetic Prospective Daily Devotional
It is important to spend time each day in the Word of God. In his daily devotional, Jimmy shares with you his thoughts on the scripture of the day - and passages for further study.

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What is a news feed?
RSS (Really Simple Syndication) and Atom feeds are both called news feeds. News feeds send updated headlines to users through programs called feed readers (some people call them news aggregators).

News feeds are very similar to podcasts. Just like a podcast, a news feed is more like a magazine than a TV network. People can subscribe for regular updates, and read the feeds on their own schedule. The main difference between the two is that a podcast is either audio or video, while a news feed is just text.

Many different types of information are available online through news feeds: daily quotes, up-to-the-second headlines, sports scores, word-of-the-day, stock market figures, daily Bible studies, and personal journals.

How does a news feeds work?
There are two main people or groups involved in news feeds - the feeder and the subscriber. The feeder is the person or group that creates the news feed. The subscriber is the reader of the feed.

The feeder types up the story and uploads it to the Internet. He then updates a file, called an XML file, to let the subscribers know that a new news story is ready. The subscribers can then download the story and read it whenever they'd like.

What does one need to read a news feed?
A news feed can be subscribed to through a feed reader, (or as some call it, a news aggregator). There are many feed readers available, and almost all of them are free. Some feed readers only read one specific news feed - while others let subscribers sign up to as many news feeds as they want. Here is a list of feed readers.

Once a subscriber has a feed reader, he can simply copy and paste a link into the feed reader, and instantly starts receiving updates from their news feed. Some times the feed reader shows the full content of the article - some times the subscriber clicks on the title to read the full article in his web browser. It depends on how both the news feed and the feed reader are set up.