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If you don’t listen and understand…then God have mercy on you.
All part of the demonic plan
A Scottish worker working with a crew to install the 5G towers and all the electronics that go in it, and when he opened it, this is what he saw:
The worker uses the F-word several times, but I needed to provide the source so you know I didn’t make this up. The picture is a screenshot. It is only distinct and clear for a few seconds of the video, so pay attention!
We read in Isa 19:1 ‘behold, Jehovah rides on a swift cloud and comes into Egypt.” Now, how many of us know that when God visits a particular land for the purpose of judgment, that it will not go well for that land? He sits upon the cloud, meaning, that our God is above all […]Woe to them when God comes down. — A Call To The Remnant
Dr. Stella joins the Health Ranger to declare spiritual WAR against Satan’s covid deception — Serve Him in the Waiting
Yesss! Amen! This is the crucial message, second only to the gospel, not just about Covid, but about everything that happens between now and the rapture. It’s up to us how bad we let it get by our failure to be salt and light! I saw this so clearly and it’s why I do this […]Dr. Stella joins the Health Ranger to declare spiritual WAR against Satan’s covid deception — Serve Him in the Waiting
This should be in every newspaper and on every TV.
“As societies grow decadent, the language grows decadent, too.
Words are used to disguise, not to illuminate, action:
you liberate a city by destroying it.
Words are to confuse, so that at election time people will
solemnly vote against their own interests.”
“Political correctness is going to kill American liberalism if it
is not fought to the death by people like me for the dangers
it represents to free speech, to the exchange of ideas,
to openheartedness, or to the spirit of art itself.
Political correctness has a stranglehold on academia,
on feminism, and on the media.
It is a form of both madness and maggotry.”
Pat Conroy, My Reading Life
Not too long ago nor too far away…there was once a high school teacher.
Now for the purpose of this story, we should note that this teacher was
actually older…that being toward the end of her career…
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Disclaimer: Denominationally, I am a Southern Baptist. I do not define my views based on Baptist theology (which does not really exist since each local church is completely autonomous from the denomination). I see myself as a follower of Jesus and study the word of God to form my thoughts. I do follow what is going on in the Southern Baptist church. Things seem pretty rocky right now.
Here is some great insight from Mark DeVine. Mark serves as associate professor of divinity at the Beeson Divinity School of Samford University in Birmingham, where he directs the Center for Faith, Work, and Economics. DeVine served as a missionary to Bangkok, Thailand, and has pastored churches in five states.
Mark makes a great point that the elite leaders are out of sync with the average member. This seems true of many denominations these days. Jesus encountered the same issues with the…
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What should you do when federal agents arrive at your door with questions about your personal health decisions?
Joe Biden announced this week he has commissioned “surge response teams” from the federal government to enter communities and neighborhoods with “low vaccination rates,” to …
Here is some great news. Progress is being made in keeping families together with both parents. Praise Jesus!
The percentage of high school seniors who were raised by both biological parents throughout childhood saw a major increase during the last decade, according to a new study that says the tide is turning on the supposed demise of the nuclear family.
The report by Nicholas Zill of the Institute for Family Studies found that 53.1 percent of high school seniors in 2019 were living with both biological parents, an increase from 51.3 percent in 2016 and 49.7 percent in 2012. That section of the report is based on data from the National Household Education Survey.
Just as significant, the report said, the uptick involved multiple racial groups, including whites, blacks and Hispanics. The “tide is turning,” Zill said.
“It is too early to say for certain but growing numbers…
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