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You have to write what people want to know.
What is it that people want to know?
That this is all worth something, that it’s leading somewhere good. (more…)
It should be of no surprise to any born-again believer that the events of the world perfectly align with scripture. We know from Daniel and Revelation that the world’s populations are marching steadily towards global totalitarianism or what is popularly known as the “new world order” or “one world government”. Make no mistake about it – this is Satan’s kingdom that is in the final stages of being set up, to be ruled over by what Paul called “the man of perdition” and Daniel referred to as the “King of the North”. This is not Jesus’ thousand-year reign, though it will someday be sold to nominal Christians as such. (more…)
Jesus had no interest in politics, which was unusual for a young man of his cultural background. While politics consumed the hearts and minds of most of his fellow countrymen, Jesus kept his distance. This wasn’t because he was ignorant of political matters; far from it. He understood only too well the depths and temptations of worldly corruption in the political realm. (more…)
God changes his mind. He never changes, mind you (he’s the same yesterday, today, tomorrow and forever), but he does change his mind. There are numerous instances in the Bible when he was about to render his judgement and then, through a last minute appeal, stayed his hand.
People ask me why I don’t write for a living. I tell them I do. They say, “So where do you publish?” I say, “Online”. They say, “But for what company?” I say, “No company. I work for God.” And then they give me one of those looks (you know the one I’m talking about) and the conversation ends. (more…)
Canada recently passed a bill legalizing what they term as “medical aid in dying”, whose proper acronym, fittingly, is “MAD”. Countless religious leaders of all persuasions spoke out against this so-called medical procedure as the bill worked its way through the Canadian Parliament and then the Senate, but the majority of Canadians supported the bill and now support the law. In other words, the majority of Canadians consider that getting someone to help you kill yourself is not only a darn good idea but a “right” that should be protected by law. (more…)
When all three branches of government have been co-opted like this, it ceases being an actual government and is simply a criminal enterprise.
We have no real government at this point. It is pure mafia, totally corrupt, and I believe our forefathers were clear on what needs to happen when things hit this stage.
Quoting: Inquire Within/www.godlikeproductions.com