Something to think about with all the chaos and civil unrest happening right now. Those who are pulling down statues believe as strongly and passionately about their cause as you do about keeping those statues to remember history. They believe in their cause as much - and possibly more - than you do about evangelizing … Continue reading Rethinking the Unrest
POWERFUL ELITES UNITE The World Economic Forum (WEF) is one of the largest gatherings of “the foremost political, business, cultural and other leaders of society to shape global, regional and industry agendas.” Just a few of their members include AARP, Apple, New York Times, Open Society Institute (George Soros), Soros Fund Management, and Walmart. There … Continue reading The “Great Reset” and the New World Order.
A skeptic is someone who questions things; someone who desires to look beyond the surface. A cynic is someone who attributes negative motivation to a person. I fear that we have moved well beyond the former toward a society so overcome by cynicism that we can no longer trust each other. This used to play … Continue reading Are You a Skeptic or Cynic?
I have been debunking the viral Plandemic video for three days now. Since I am tired of repeating myself to everyone sharing or discussing the video, I wanted to make a more complete repository of information for easier access. WHO IS JUDY MIKOVITS Judy Mikovits is a liar and a disgrace to science. This has … Continue reading The “Plandemic” Pandemic
WAKE UP, SHEEP! Baa, baa, black sheep, have you any wool? You need to wake up, sheep! You’re just following the media narrative, sheep! And black? Like black helicopters, blacklists, black ops, and little black boxes. Bill Gates rides in a black car to his meetings with the shadow government. Wool? That must be some … Continue reading Have You Any Wool?
"And all the children of Israel murmured against Moses and against Aaron: and the whole congregation said unto them, Would God that we had died in the land of Egypt! or would God we had died in this wilderness!" Numbers 14:2 After the Israelite spies came back from the Promised Land, ten of them warned … Continue reading An Ungrateful Murmuring
Argument is one of the greatest forms of communication we humans have. If you really want to get to know someone, argue with them. You will find out if they are well-studied or a regurgitator of information. You will find out if they are adaptable. You will find out if they are kind, patient, and … Continue reading The Art of Argument
"And as a vesture shalt thou fold them up, and they shall be changed: but thou art the same, and thy years shall not fail." Hebrews 1:12 This verse is talking about the universe, including the heavens and earth (verse 10). God wears the universe like clothing (a vesture), and He will change them and … Continue reading He Wears the Universe
In my frustration in conversing with my fellow Christians who fear standing on Biblical truths in matters of homosexuality, tattoos, the Trinity, and which Bible translation is the inspired word of God (if any), I decided to see how our brothers and sisters in Christ were treated as the Church was first formed. I turned … Continue reading Are You Willing to Die for Christ?
"Ignorance is bliss" Americans used to get 30 minutes of local news and 60 minutes of national news each day. If you missed the broadcast, you had to read a newspaper in the morning. That's it. That is all the news media consumption that was available. Now we have a 24 hour cable news cycle … Continue reading We Are Victims of Moral Panic