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Camden105b 1 point ago +2 / -1

And when you rewatch The Chosen, consider how Jesus’ disciples didn’t always know exactly what to do, they didn’t always do the right thing, he didn’t always explain everything to them precisely. They had to trust Him, keep going. It is OK to make mistakes, just be humble and keep following Jesus. It’s a journey.

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Camden105b 1 point ago +1 / -0

Ditto, OP, you have the wrong address linked.

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Camden105b 0 points ago +1 / -1

Sounds to me like they all have big egos. Power and Money. No matter who you are. But, we all have to remember to be humble and stick together because WWG1WGA.

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Camden105b 3 points ago +3 / -0

This is just explosive. I mean, we have suspected this whole thing from the get-go with the Democrat party and MSM going all-in with the war on Ukraine, but to see the evidence and the connections, it is hard to fathom the absolute depravity and evil of these people. 🤯🤬

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Camden105b 4 points ago +4 / -0

I swear that Doug Little account has GOT to be a parody. I mean, can you even…?! LOL

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Camden105b 5 points ago +5 / -0

Not even popping the popcorn anymore. On the edge, praying.

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Camden105b 3 points ago +3 / -0

The military changing may very well be due to the new Space Force.

I hope and pray that this is all for the good, but seriously, it sounds more like End Times stuff. Frankly, it is going to be diabolically awful and we have to be VERY careful about who we follow and what we do. I think we passed the Jab test, which may have been a foreshadowing of the Mark of the Beast (will you get it out of fear or convenience or peer pressure?). But we keep getting lured with the promises of “it’s going to be biblical”, and how everything is going to be wonderful. I think that is Utopian fallacies. Utopia isn’t going to happen until Jesus defeats Satan once and for all and reigns as King. And before that happens, many believe that the Church will be raptured and the seven years of Tribulation will destroy most of the world. Keep your heads on and pray every day for wisdom and guidance.

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Camden105b 1 point ago +1 / -0

I was just with an extended family member that rattled off all the conspiracies in the space of the few hours we saw him. Even though I may agree with most of it, he sounded like an angry lunatic. So, Anons—please!! Stop whacking people over the head with all the insanity. Try to have a lot of really beautiful things to say (based on your beautiful life you need to develop), and barely sprinkle the red pills in careful tiny bits. Let other people talk. Signed, your family member who loves you

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Camden105b 2 points ago +2 / -0

This is very dangerous, though. So PRAY!

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Camden105b 4 points ago +4 / -0

Here is an example of what is going to happen—here in Oregon, we had a huge crab season but China was buying up all of the crab, so the price stayed so high, that local stores and restaurants couldn’t afford it. If wheat prices are super high on the global market, they will buy up America’s crop and the price will go way up. Cereal, breads, flour, etc is going to get very expensive.

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Camden105b 1 point ago +1 / -0

Yes, and the boxes we got from our county health were from China and vacuum sealed. There was NO WAY I would ever put one of those things on my face.

As an aside, in the past, doctors, nurses, dentists, and others would wear a mask for short periods of time when they were working close to the patient and then would remove and discard the mask.

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Camden105b 7 points ago +7 / -0

Last night, we happened to watch the first episode of that old tv show, “Monk”—the Detective show about a guy with OCD. It cracked me up because he was super concerned about wiping his hands with a anti bacteria wipe, cleaning a chair before he sat in it, using hand sanitizers, deathly afraid of children with a cough or sniffles. It was considered extremely odd behavior. I made the comment that they have normalized this mental illness with Covid.

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Camden105b 3 points ago +3 / -0

But you did the right thing. Because if you KNOW, or even suspect there is a problem, and don’t tell them, then when they find out they can say, “Why didn’t you tell me?!”. By warning them, you have done your duty as a ‘watcher on the wall’. If they listen and take heed, they would be saved. By ignoring you, their fate is in their own hands.

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Camden105b 1 point ago +1 / -0

I don’t know. With our cat, you have to wrap him up in towels, have one person hold him, another grab his scruff and pry open his mouth, and a third person shove in the medicine. It’s the only way..

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Camden105b 2 points ago +2 / -0

That was the job of the PASTORS AND CHURCHES. They are supposed to be protecting the flock from evil. When the churches chose instead to enforce the masking, they joined with the Abuser to allow abuse on the Body of Christ. If they had stood up together and said, NO—(even with Trump and Barr saying to them Go Back To Church This Easter), I think it would have been over after 15 days. IMHO.

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Camden105b 3 points ago +3 / -0

So true! Went into the UPS store yesterday. They had a sign on the door, “Masks not required but strongly encouraged.” Walked in to everyone else wearing their stupid masks and I just smiled really big at them and said, “Hi” with a lot of air on that H. LOL They all sniffled and looked away like the Progressive old ninnies from the Prohibition era. Pinched faces, pearl clutching, self righteous, virtue signaling gone bad, elitist prigs. I just love annoying them when it’s so easy.

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Camden105b 2 points ago +2 / -0

Democracies value Freedom. Tyrannies value Censorship. Their hypocrisy and lies are always so obvious when you are awake.

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Camden105b 5 points ago +5 / -0

My opinion is that there have always been a large group of average or below average IQ. But in the past, there was not the onslaught of constant media; most people just had a newspaper. Now we have so much information, that we have to cope with how to sort through it all. That is where we see the dumbing down of the intelligent—they teach them to only read “credible” sources, which they deem to be NYT, WaPo, etc. Another problem is with education—many could not go to school, so it was considered a privilege and those students who went worked hard. Then we went to Equal Opportunity—so all kids can go. Now they are trying to make it Equal Outcomes—which is a dumbing down of the intelligent student to the lowest denominator.

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