Beverly Parkison aka Lateblooming Designs

Absolute Truth from the Word of God

Through the years I have written about this courageous man, Viktor Orban, the PM of Hungary.  He understands that the Muslim migration is a death sentence to societies in the west.  He knows this because he understands that Muslims do not assimilate into societies.

He knows that Muslims remain separate from the societies of their host countries. PM Orban made an epic speech years ago in which he beautifully articulated that the people of Hungary are patriots and do not wish for their beloved country to be invaded by a group of people who refuse to assimilate.

Here is the article I wrote in which I embedded Viktor Orban’s speech:

Viktor Oban of Hungary Makes Historic Speech Against Forced Migration: Show This to Your Liberal Friends

This man is a hero. He speaks for every freedom loving person on this planet. He is PM Orban of Hungary. He knows what…

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Scripture Reading: Romans 8:12-17 “The Spirit Himself bears witness with our spirit that we are children of God, and if children, then heirs — heirs of God, and fellow heirs with Christ, provided we suffer with Him in order that we may also be glorified with Him.” (Romans 8:16,17) God wants us to have assurance of our…

via THE SPIRIT’S WITNESS — Life Changing Truths from Shelton Sanford

Happy New Year

What Is Truth?

Reasoned Cases for Christ


I know this is a little longer than what I normally publish but this is one of the most important posts that I have ever put together. Please bear with me and read through it’s entirety.

In the Gospel of John (John 18:37-38 NIV), when Jesus is brought before Pilate (Pontius Pilate , the fifth prefect of the Roman province of Judaea, serving under Emperor Tiberius from AD 26 to 36.), Pilate asks Jesus if he was a king and Jesus responded saying “You say that I am a king. In fact, the reason I was born and came into the world is to testify to the truth.Everyone on the side of truth listens to me.” The ASV Bible translates the latter Greek text statement as follows “Every one that is of the truth heareth my voice.” It is recorded that Pilate responds…

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Something to pray about


In the N. T. the salvation of God is presented under three tenses: past, present and future. As a work “begun” (Phil. 1:6), but not completed in a moment of time. “Who hath saved us” (2 Tim. 1:9), “work out your own salvation with fear and trembling” (Phil. 2:12), “now is our salvation nearer than when we believed” (Rom. 13:11).

These verses do not refer to THREE DIFFERENT SALVATIONS, but to THREE DISTINCT PHASES and stages of salvation: salvation as an accomplished fact, as a present process, and as a future prospect. First, God saves from the PLEASURE OF SIN, causing the heart to loathe what it formerly loved. That which is displeasing to God is made bitter to the soul, and sin becomes its greatest grief and…

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Inside Cup

I’ve heard why people do not celebrate Christmas. I understand where they are coming from. I didn’t always. But pagan roots of things, the way most parts of Christmas aren’t focused on Christ…well, it definitely opened my eyes.

But I will say I think this is a choice individuals have to make. Being sarcastic about how other Christians celebrate Christmas in a snarky tone is not going to make anyone look “better”. I’ve seen it personally.

I’ve noticed a number of believers who do not celebrate Christmas tend to struggle with “baby Jesus.” People get adamantly upset with baby Jesus. The baby is not strong. The baby cannot do anything. We don’t worship a “baby”.

I do understand the concern. Christ should be celebrated well beyond the fact He was born. Many nativity scenes show wise men worshipping baby Jesus, and from scripture, it looks like the wise men didn’t…

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Father…forgive us for the things we just don’t understand.

My Christianity and Christmas (2018)

 Mike Jeshurun

 So I claim to be the ‘elect’ of God for whom Christ died. I know enough theology to debate any Atheist or Evolutionist and prove him wrong. But could it be that I am just a spiritually dead Christian with a lots of doctrine in my head?

I have heard this for a long time now that Christmas is Pagan and an offence to the God I claim to love and obey, but I could care less. I don’t want to be that ‘oddball’ who shuns Christmas and preaches against it. I have no desire to go forth unto Him, outside the camp (of apostate christianity) bearing His reproach like all the Elect! [Heb. 13:12,13].

“It’s not a moral issue” I reason! And where does the Bible say ‘don’t celebrate Christmas’? Ha, spoken like a genuine purebred goat, you say! Maybe you’re right!…

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