Posts filed under ‘second coming’

Esther: God’s Plan Unfolds

Queen Esther is essentially asking that her life and the life of her people be spared. She’s beginning to unravel to the king the plan that had put into place to destroy all Jews. Notice she says that if the plan had simply been to enslave her and her people (“we”), she would not have said anything. However, the plan to literally annihilate all Jews was too much and she had to say something.

Continue Reading May 30, 2020 at 2:24 PM

The Chosen

If you want to learn more about the Bible or are a visual learner, you would likely benefit from this series, The Chosen. It’s a good tool to invest in to pass along to friends and family who might not otherwise read the Bible or have much to do with church. This is undoubtedly the producers’ intent as well, not simply to put Luke to the screen.

Continue Reading May 25, 2020 at 9:46 PM

Where is CV-19 Potentially Leading Us?

The lockdown is being promoted by government health bureaucrats who are trying to condition individuals to accept mandatory vaccinations with nanochips and immunity-tracking cards. People have shown that they will readily accept the loss of their constitutional rights and liberties in the vain hope that the government will make them safe and secure from disease and death. How foolish!

Continue Reading May 20, 2020 at 11:00 AM 8 comments

Solomon’s Huge Mistake

This is a very good time to ask ourselves how we are treating God and whether or not we are taking Him for granted in spite of the many blessings He pours out on us daily. Are we guilty of worshiping other “gods”? Are we toying with the idea of giving our attention and worship that only God deserves to other things that are not only that important but in doing so, are we becoming involved with idolatry? It can happen easily and it happens most often when we feel “satisfied” with our life and the things we have in our life. It is the responsibility of each of us (myself included of course), to ensure that we are not hiding little “gods” in our heart, worshiping them whenever we get the chance. If it can happen to the wisest man who ever lived before Jesus, it can happen to us far more easily.

Continue Reading May 7, 2020 at 4:11 PM 2 comments

Asian Hornets Have Landed and Other Things in Society

This is all a sign to me that these things are largely in place to remain in society. While we may see a few restrictions fade away (and masks may be one of those things to fade), I believe a large percentage of restrictions that exist now with more on the way, will remain in society and people will simply get “used” to them. We do this every time. Whether it was the Patriot Act or any number of things that have interrupted society’s normal flow, many of these adoptive efforts become permanent. Remember how well the government uses Hegelian Dialectic.

Continue Reading May 4, 2020 at 3:39 PM 12 comments

Social Distancing Measures are Here to Stay

What we are seeing is pure Hegelian Dialectic. The government wanted a specific direction so they created a problem (shutting down society based on a health risk), people clamor for a solution so government said, “Okay” and start reopening society with many restrictive measures in place and the only way they’ll possibly be rolled back is by receiving the coming vaccine. Because there is some relief, the average person breathes a sigh of relief believing that things are going back to normal. Instead, a new normal is created and people eventually get used to it.

Continue Reading April 30, 2020 at 11:31 AM 16 comments

Are We There Yet?

It used to be very difficult for me to “see” how the world would become united so that the way is prepared for the coming man of sin. I’ve thought the Rapture would be a major catalyst in unifying the world and it still very well may be. However, I’m also realizing that people throughout the world want safety more than anything and are willing to cash in their freedom to gain and keep it. The fear of illness and/or death will unite the world.

Continue Reading April 29, 2020 at 9:06 AM 12 comments

Love Your Neighbor

I find that for myself, loving others is not quite as easy as some find it, though I also know that I’ve improved over the years and that of course, is due to the Presence of God’s Holy Spirit within me. Yet, the frustration of still knowing that I have such a long way to go exists. Will I ever see huge gains in this life? I’m hopeful. Very hopeful. I know that it won’t happen by accident, but only by my perseverance in pursing God’s character. This is only done by submitting myself to His will even when I don’t fully understand what His will is, but know that I must submit to Him.

Continue Reading April 23, 2020 at 10:21 AM

What About Our Immune System?

If I had been born and lived in a different country like Canada, Great Britain, Communist China, or the Philippines, life would be very different for me. However, God has placed me in the United States. I am guaranteed tremendous freedoms to pursue life, liberty and happiness. The federal government is supposed to protect my rights, not squelch them. Though Paul told us our true citizenship is in heaven, he was not afraid to use his Roman citizenship to his advantage at times.

Continue Reading April 16, 2020 at 11:31 AM 2 comments

A Look at Romans 13

If I had been born and lived in a different country like Canada, Great Britain, Communist China, or the Philippines, life would be very different for me. However, God has placed me in the United States. I am guaranteed tremendous freedoms to pursue life, liberty and happiness. The federal government is supposed to protect my rights, not squelch them. Though Paul told us our true citizenship is in heaven, he was not afraid to use his Roman citizenship to his advantage at times.

Continue Reading April 13, 2020 at 11:30 AM 1 comment

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