But even if you should suffer for the sake of righteousness, you are blessed. And do not fear their intimidation, and do not be troubled, but sanctify Christ as Lord in your hearts, always being ready to make a defense to everyone who asks you to give an account for the hope that is in you yet with gentleness and reverence; and keep a good conscience so that in the thing in which you are slandered, those who revile your good behavior in Christ will be put to shame.  1 Peter 3: 14-16

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Tuesday, 25 June 2019 05:14

Big Tech Attacking Democracy

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Recently, the world learned through undercover video by James O’Keefe III of Project Veritas, that executives at Google essentially stated they will do what they can to make sure Trump does not win again in 2020. Imagine that?

Aside from whether or not you might think President Trump is worth...

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I’ve written about Mark Taylor before and so have others. Apparently, in spite of being wrong numerous times regarding “prophecies” from God, Taylor has chosen to dig in and condemn those who question him. He essentially says that those who label him “false” will...

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Monday, 17 June 2019 05:23

Chem Trails? 5G? What’s It All About?

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I’ve written on the subject of Chem Trails, 5G and other potential health-related issues previously. My most recent article on 5G can be read here. The more you read about 5G, the more terrifying it sounds. In fact, here’s an article written by a person who claims to an engineer: THE...

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Wednesday, 12 June 2019 01:43

Misunderstanding of God in Book of Job

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As I continue to read through the book of Job in my daily Bible reading and study, I find it amazing that Job’s three friends all essentially came to the same wrong conclusion: that Job was suffering because of some unmentioned sin in his life. We know that this is simply not true based on...

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Monday, 27 May 2019 05:36

A Word from the Lord?

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Reading through Job is extremely insightful for a number of reasons. What is very stark is the fact that Job’s three friends were wrong on just about everything, yet were convinced that they were correct. Admittedly, while they offered a mix of truth and falsehoods, we must conclude that...

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Saturday, 11 May 2019 00:40

Prisons and Inmates

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I’ve been writing to an inmate at Macon State Prison for some time now. His name is Mendez. He has an interesting story to tell. When we lived in California, I was actively involved in local jail ministry, but I’ve never done prison ministry. It’s certainly similar but the main...

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Wednesday, 08 May 2019 04:48

Stories, Stories, and More Stories…

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Years ago, when I was actively involved in the Charismatic Movement (in the 1970’s), there was, in deliberate, though generalized preaching from God’s Word. The effort to include His Word was at least there and this was especially true of the Pentecostal churches I visited at the time....

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Tuesday, 07 May 2019 02:32

We Can Learn Lessons from the Kings of Israel

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As we move through the Old Testament, we learn of numerous kings who began their rule well. They followed God’s dictates, they endeavored to keep the covenant with Him, and they diligently sought Him with all their heart.

However, too many of these same kings who began well, ended terribly. We...

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Wednesday, 01 May 2019 03:30

Modern Day Prophets vs Old Time Prophets

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This will likely offend someone, but in reality, if people would simply check sources – especially God’s Word – and use critical thinking skills and discernment, this type of thing would not be so welcomed by the many. I’m referring to Mr. Mark Taylor, a firefighter who...

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Monday, 29 April 2019 04:07

Another Health Update: Keto

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Just wanted to provide a bit of an update for both my wife and I and I thank everyone for expressing concern and prayers for my wife. It’s greatly appreciated.

We have had weekly appointments with my wife’s doctor and she is doing very well. Things are healing nicely though it’s...

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Wednesday, 24 April 2019 02:16

What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 2?

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In our first article in this series, we highlighted what we believe may happen within at least part of the political sphere over the next few years. We noted that at least some within the so-called Deep State (DS) will be indicted, prosecuted, and experience justice. This will be good for...

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Monday, 22 April 2019 06:02

What May Be on the Political Horizon, Part 1?

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Please note: this article contains political commentary

 

Anyone who is paying attention to the geo-political scene in the USA and throughout the world is aware of certain things that have been happening and are ramping up. It cannot be ignored, though the mainstream media is doing a fine job Of...

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Monday, 15 April 2019 02:57

Evil Ahab

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King Ahab was king of Israel and he was a terrible king. He was insolent, arrogant, sullen, demanding, acted like a child at times and had a wife he catered to who worshiped foreign gods, not the God of Israel. While it amazes me that God allowed men like Ahab to become rulers over Israel, it...

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Thursday, 28 March 2019 02:11

Glutamates: The Final Piece of the Health Puzzle?

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For those who have been following this blog for some time, you’ll know that I’ve addressed and written about my specific health concerns in numerous articles. For instance, this series of 9 parts about “Gaba Gaba Doo” highlights some of the information related to two...

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Wednesday, 27 March 2019 06:10

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 8

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In our last article in this series, we covered Genesis 43, which by this point, we find Joseph as the second in command under the Pharaoh of Egypt. You’ll recall that Joseph’s brothers, at the insistence of father Jacob first went to Egypt to buy grain because a famine was taking over...

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Thursday, 21 March 2019 05:16

Everyone Doing What is Good in Their Own Eyes

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Evil continues to grow throughout society, propagating lies as well as things that have long been hidden in the darkness. It’s not only unfortunate, but extremely sickening what we are learning about what some individuals involve themselves in today.

I’m reminded of the days of Lot...

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Wednesday, 13 March 2019 01:24

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 7

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In part six of this series, we continued to highlight the life of Joseph, specifically where his life intersected with his own brothers who long before had sold him into slavery and probably thought they’d never see him again. Surely, they never expected to see him as the governor of all of...

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Tuesday, 05 March 2019 04:29

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 6

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It’s been a while I realize because of the articles I wrote on 5G, but I really do want to get back to our friend, Joseph, whose life was certainly not at all pleasant for at least 13 years or so. He put up with the rejection and hatred of his brothers, who sold him into slavery and lied to...

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Monday, 25 February 2019 02:21

New DNA and the Coming Biometric ID Technology

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This is the third article in the series on the topic of the new 5G digital technology platform that’s slated to start rolling out in the United States this April, 2019. The first two articles are here and here.

This third article doesn’t really focus on 5G or other aspects of what...

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Wednesday, 20 February 2019 04:17

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 5

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Last time we discussed aspects of Joseph’s life, it took us through Genesis 41:45. We learned that Joseph was raised up out of prison and became the second in command under Pharaoh. I’m sure Joseph never saw this coming when he was first sold into slavery by jealous brothers at the...

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We’ll get back to our study in Joseph very soon, but I wanted to highlight something that ties in a bit with our previous article on Ushering in a One World Religion. It’s not a direct tie-in, but more of an indirect tie-in; something that’s been part and parcel of the New Age...

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Wednesday, 13 February 2019 04:16

Ushering in a One World Religion?

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I have to say it’s a bit off-putting that so many within Christendom seem so unconcerned about the massive push by many of today’s religious leaders toward a one-world religious system. There are so many who deny what is occurring right in front of our noses. What can you do? The only...

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Wednesday, 13 February 2019 01:08

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 4

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Previously, we followed Joseph from his homeland and family, to Egypt, carried there by a Gentile caravan, who were descendants of Ishmael. From there, Joseph was sold to a high official and captain of the guard in Pharaoh’s kingdom; Potiphar. We also learned that after Joseph had been...

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Friday, 08 February 2019 00:35

Voiding Logic to Uphold Late Term Abortion

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Unfortunately, because of the “fear” that Trump will push for and SCOTUS will go to bat for him regarding overturning Roe V Wade, individual states have ramped up their game to ensure that even if SCOTUS ends up overturning it, they will have laws in place that will allow them to...

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Monday, 04 February 2019 23:51

Joseph’s Life and Lessons, Part 3

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In our last article in this series – Part 2 – we highlighted what happened to Joseph after he had been unmercifully sold to a traveling caravan of Ishmaelites, who took him to Egypt and sold him to a man by the name of Potiphar, who, as it turns out, was an officer under Pharaoh and...

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