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Israelis Calling To God To “Bring it!”

“The Nephilim were on the earth in those days… They were the mighty ones of old. Consequently, Jehovah saw that man’s wickedness was great on the earth and that every inclination of the thoughts of his heart was only bad all the time… So Jehovah said: “I am going to wipe men whom I have created off the surface of the ground.” (Genesis 6: 4-8) The Flood was coming regardless. What the wicked in Noah’s day didn’t have was God’s blessing and therefore protection. The godless in Noah’s day were already good at taking “no note” of God and his standards, as Matthew chapter 24 puts it. He probably could have told them, anyway, to prepare for the flood and they would have laughed and carried on with their violence and glory seeking. But really, Why keep these animals in human form, including the mighty (and violent) Nephilim, who were hybrid human-angels, around if the object was to demonstrate what Armageddon would look like? And now Armageddon, thankfully, is almost upon us. Continue reading

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A Victory, But Not For God

In life, I have found, there are sometimes no win situations. For me, This having to accept that someone, even if she (and her enablers) is a good person, who kills (against God’s laws) her unborn child via abortion (talking about ‘unnecessary’ abortion), is free to do so if there’s no persuading her, with love, not to. As the Christian Bible states at Romans chapter 14:12, “Each of us will render an account for himself to God.” Do those who don’t accept that abortion is acceptable and who don’t accept that it is acceptable to do nothing about women contemplating abortion (that isn’t necessary) think it’s acceptable to violate other laws of God? Continue reading

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Awake But Asleep

Chris Hedges is right and wrong. He certainly doesn’t tip toe around the problems. Neither do I, but I lack his writer’s skills and his cred. I actually believe in a Creator God who has a plan of salvation for imperfect humankind and it isn’t us. It isn’t revolution. Chris might say he believes in God too, but… Continue reading

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Merry Christmas. Or Not. (major spoilers for Childhood’s End)

Arthur C. Clarke obviously chose (for that’s what it is) to disbelieve in an actual Creator. But this cold reality – Childhood’s End – he dredges up would make one prefer a Creator God. Clarke is part of the majority who don’t want to believe in an actual Creator. Why would anyone want to believe in a God of love who explicitly makes it known that he plans to rescue imperfect mankind, both from that state of imperfection and from it’s ‘natural’ consequences, namely sickness, old age and death (following rules that the Creator himself laid down)? Not me. Give me darkness and hopelessness and gloom. Continue reading

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Evil Versus Imperfection

This dark world’s rulers have modified themselves into being monsters. Their values are: ‘riches for the strongest’. In other words, Their values are machismo, violence, fierceness, betrayal and lawlessness. And they have no hesitation about spiritually and mentally ruining millions if they think, as they have chosen to think, that the result will be glory to them. When you weaken people to the point where you can take anything, including life, from those ruined ones, and then when you proceed to take from them, you get their attention. And that’s your glory, which will meet a greater glory. But that isn’t something they dwell on. It could slow them down.
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