He Will Provide

April 20, 2023 at 12:19 PM 2 comments

I’ve been reading a great deal on the subject of the coming one-world empire that is being built. There are a good many tentacles connected to it and I think that’s done purposefully to keep us off balance. Put as many plates as possible spinning in the air so that it becomes impossible to keep track of all of them. Many will give up trying to remain on top of all of it.

We’ve got digital currencies coming. We’ve got another pandemic possibly in 2024 or 25. We’ve got more companies going woke and embracing the Left’s mentality including the perversions of the LGBTQIA+ agenda. We are seeing “equity” transform things in society so that things are not truly equitable, but many minorities are instead, given special status elevating them above whites or others.

We’ve got a growing sense of anti-God views permeating throughout society to shut God and those who believe in and follow Him, out of the equation. We’ve got a growing “WWIII,” that could result in the use of nuclear arms.

Are you scared yet? If not, starting in May, unless something changes, we can expect to see a major increase in fuel prices because OPEC+ has announced that they will be reducing the total production of daily oil by 1.5 million barrels per day. This translates to very high fuel prices. OPEC+ has said that they are doing this to essentially “stabilize” fuel prices. They apparently want them “stabilized” at very high prices. At this point, since I’m not an expert in economics or finances, I have no idea how much of an increase we will see at the pump, though I’m fairly certain it will not merely rise by only a few pennies. Time will tell and of course, if this increase happens, it will filter throughout the entire economy and we will see more inflationary prices affecting everything consumers buy.

In the USA, we face the implosion of the dollar and its replacement with some form of digital currency like the “Unicoin.” [1]  In essence, they’ve either overplayed their hand or they are pushing ahead as mightily as possible to “re-imagine” the future, as Klaus “I am God” Schwab noted back in 2020. The fact remains that things are swiftly changing and it seems that if the powers that be do not keep continued pressure on all these areas and more, they are in serious danger of losing what they’ve gained. The fact that they are overloading the system means they know that if they don’t get things done now, they will likely forever lose their chance. If you overwhelm the system (or the enemy, which is all people who are not part of the globalists’ structure of necessary personnel), it becomes very difficult for anyone to gain the upper hand over it. People are put on the defensive by reacting to the mayhem and not really having the time or wherewithal to get ahead of it and slow or stop the whole thing. Usually, I’ve noticed that often, people will deal with one aspect of it at a time (like going to court to eliminate vaccine mandates), rather than try to deal with everything at once. This also, keeps the advantage in the globalists’ court.

Do you recall the way the unvaxxed were treated and vilified once the CV jab rolled out? That probably took many by surprise, until we realize that Hitler used the same exact technique to highlight the Jews as “filthy” and “carriers of disease” who needed separation from society and then ultimately, execution. After the vax rollout, people quickly took sides, often led by Big Medicine. Doctors and nurses quickly adopted a “I hope they die!” approach toward those who were not vaxxed against CV (even though we now know that the CV jab has no ability to keep anyone from getting or spreading CV). The hatred and anger was palpable and oftentimes vicious. A Midwestern Doctor on his Substack recounts the ways colleagues became so hateful toward people who were not CV jabbed. It really is the same way Hitler motivated German citizens to hate Jews. You can read more about what A Midwestern Doctor says about this. [3] It could easily happen again too because people are sheep, often easily getting caught up in “group think.”

In one of Patrick M. Wood’s most recent articles, he talks about the Trilateral Commission [2] (which has been around for decades, co-founded by Zbigniew Brzezinski, David Rockefeller, Richard Gardner and, Henry Kissinger. The first three are dead so they know the truth now. I’m not sure what is keeping Kissinger alive, but maybe he just eats well (sarcasm). The Trilateral Commission was formed to be a think-tank for creating ways to literally take over the world and make everyone who lives on this planet serfs. I still find it amazing that people with wealth and power are never satisfied and seem to always crave more wealth and power. It’s never enough for them.

As we can see, there are a plethora of things happening in society, all pushing the world toward the final one-world empire over which a select few (and ultimately one), will reign. Trying to keep up with all of it can be a daunting prospect and I’m not sure how anyone can truly keep track on everything that’s occurring throughout the globe. Individually, we all deal with what we can deal with in our own lives and the rest has to take care of itself. If it starts to make you a bit numb, you’re not alone. It’s meant to do that, to keep our heads swimming and keep us off balance. Throughout history, dictators like Hitler have used these techniques to create the same unease and upending in their societies. Having said all this, the question remains, what is the Christian to do? What should our response be to this growing fascism and tyranny?

It’s very easy to focus on the problems, believing it’s all on us to deal with it. Is that God’s perspective for us? Let’s take a few moments to find out what God did in the past to see if there’s any connection with us today. We’ll look briefly at the reign of Hezekiah (2 Kings 18, 19, and. 20).

We note according to Scripture, that King Hezekiah was one of the good kings; few and far between. He did what was right in the eyes of the Lord (2 Kings 18:3-8). That’s the first marker for us. Are you – am I – doing what is right in God’s eyes? Do we want to do the things that please and glorify Him?

Hezekiah had issues with numerous kings or empires, including neighboring Assyria and King Sennacherib. Hezekiah tried to placate Sennacherib’s threats by paying him off and after doing so Sennacherib decided he still wanted to take Jerusalem, since he had just taken Samaria (part of Israel, the northern kingdom). See? Powerful people can never have enough. King Hezekiah didn’t know what else to do so he went to the Lord in prayer. Hezekiah didn’t have the manpower to fight Assyrian armies.

God spoke to Hezekiah through the prophet Isaiah telling the king He would deal with Assyria. Essentially, Hezekiah wouldn’t have to do anything overtly against Assyria except to trust God. God had things covered and told Hezekiah through Isaiah that though the people of Judah wouldn’t be able to plant or harvest, God would still provide food for the people. The Assyrian armies were outside the city of Jerusalem. People couldn’t go out to farm and they largely remained inside the city walls. But God was faithful. He provided food to the people from food grown wildly. The people did not have to plant or harvest for several years. By the third year, God had dealt with Sennacherib and his Assyrian Empire and the people were once again able to plant and harvest. They did not go without during the very rough times when they could not plant or harvest because God miraculously provided for them. If He did that for them, why would He not do it for us as well? I believe He will.

So what do we take from this? The people during Hezekiah’s day were in a position where they could not provide for themselves. For us, though things are looking a bit grim in society, we are not yet in that position where we cannot go to the store and purchase things. However, that time may arrive. If you’re like me, there is a tendency to worry about the future, to think that if I do not do everything I can do now to cover my bases, I’m going to seriously regret it. It then becomes an obligation to try to consider every angle, every possibility and do whatever it takes to build a complete supply of needs as a hedge against rough times ahead. That can drive you crazy.

The answer may be found in the situation with Hezekiah. For now we can do what we can do to get some things stored up for the future. It’s doubtful you or I have the money to build up complete stores for everything we’d like to have on hand. It would be extremely taxing trying to think of every possible thing you might think you need as we continue to experience inflation, shrink-flation and quite possibly eventually, hyper-inflation.

The truth from God’s Word appears to be we do what we can now trusting the Lord to provide for us, guiding us through wisdom and discernment He provides. If the day arrives when the bottom falls out then we continue trusting the Lord for His provision. It is interesting that Jesus Himself lived by this principle (Matthew 6:24-36; Philippians 4:19). There are nearly 169 Bible verses that speak of God’s providing for our needs (not necessarily our wants). Remember, “Give us this day our daily bread“? (Matthew 6:11) God is concerned about our physical and spiritual needs and will provide for those needs, as we in faith, depend upon Him.

This provision by God happened repeatedly with Israel throughout the OT Scriptures. God only turned His back on Israel when as a nation they turned their collective backs on Him. Even then, there was always a believing remnant whom God provided for and I believe the same applies to His Church, His Body. He will provide for those within His Church who continue to trust Him even when all seems hopeless.

The one requirement is our continuing trust in the One who provides. He is faithful. Do we believe that? He knows we cannot see every potential problem and I doubt He wants us to live like that. If He sheds light on something then we should pursue it. But to try to consider every possible avenue from every possible angle ahead of time is possibly fruitless, time consuming and exhausting.

Do what you can to store up things against future shortages and coming potential sticker shock. Remember, what we are ultimately dealing with here are spiritual forces who are aligned against God. They cannot win, but it will appear they will win for a short time. Since within the realm of the spiritual, there is tremendous demonic activity opposed to God and believers, it is natural to assume that things will appear bad (to us), in society as Satan works to increase the power and spread of his coming short-lived kingdom. Because this is a spiritual battle, we must be sure to have on the armor of God. With it, we will be able to stand against the enemy and not cave into doubts, frustrations and fear.

Therefore take up the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you will be able to stand your ground, and having done everything, to stand. (Ephesians 6:13)


[1] https://www.technocracy.news/imf-unveils-unicoin-as-legal-tender-cbdc-settlement/

[2] https://www.technocracy.news/endgame-unleashed-trilateral-commission-declares-2023-is-year-one-of-this-new-global-order/

[3] https://amidwesterndoctor.substack.com/p/dont-be-a-sucker

Entry filed under: agenda 2030, Agenda 21, alienology, Atheism and religion, christianity, Communism, Council on Foreign Relations (CFR), Cultural Marxism, David Rockefeller, Demonic, devil worship, emergent church, Emotional virtue, eternity, Global Elite, israel, Political Correctness, Politically Correct, Religious - Christian - End Times, Religious - Christian - Prophecy, Religious - Christian - Theology, salvation, Satanism, Shadow Government, Socialism, Trilateral Commission.

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2 Comments Add your own

  • 1. truthseeker135799  |  April 21, 2023 at 2:01 PM

    Thank you Fred.

    These things I have spoken unto you, that in me ye might have peace. In the world ye shall have tribulation: but be of good cheer; I have overcome the world. (John 16:33)

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