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It's time to party hearty, frens!

Isn't It Funny How... (media.greatawakening.win)
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Isn't It Funny How... (media.greatawakening.win)
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Acts 11:19-21

“Those who had been dispersed by the persecution following upon the death of Stephen went through the country as far as Phoenicia and Cyprus and Antioch, but they spoke the word to no one except to Jews. But some of them, men from Cyprus and Cyrene, came to Antioch and spoke to the Greeks too and told them the good news of the Lord Jesus. The Lord’s hand was with them; and a great number believed and turned to the Lord.”

In restrained sentences these few words tell of one of the greatest events in history…Christianity is finally launched on its world-wide mission.

Here we have a truly amazing thing. The Church has taken the most epoch-making of all steps; and we do not even know the names of the people who took that step. All we know is that they came from Cyprus and Cyrene. They go down to history as nameless pioneers of Christ. It has always been one of the tragedies of the Church that men have wished to be noticed and named when they did something worthwhile. What the Church has always needed, perhaps more than anything else, is people who never care who gains the credit for it so long as the work gets done. These men may not have written their names in men’s books of history; but they have written them forever in God’s Book of Life.

--William Barclay, “The Acts of the Apostles”

As anons we, too, are taking epoch-making steps to awaken the world. Like these earlier Biblical anons, we too, will go down to history as nameless. But what the world needs now, more than anything else, is people – men and women – who will not care who will gain the credit for it so long as the work gets done.

Our names will never be written in history books, but rest assured, they will be forever written in God’s Book of Life.



So, the Stanley Cup playoffs are down to two teams: the Tampa Bay Lightning (Blue and White jerseys) and the Colorado Avalanche (Red, White, and Blue jerseys)

Buuuut...check out the alternate jersey of Colorado:



Tampa Bay Jersey:


Kinda Q-like?? Lightning = Storm??

Remember this post by Scavino?



So, about once a week since before the 2020 election, I've been passing this sign that some Democrat nailed to a tree in his yard. It said something to the effect that Biden was going to raise the minimum wage to $15/hr and wasn't this a wonderful thing! So many people would benefit!

I just drove past this guy's house yesterday.

The sign is gone. 😂🤣😂

Given that gas is, on average, around $5.00/gal and that about a third of your paycheck goes to taxes, etc., a person would have to work 8 hours to buy 16 gallons of gas -- just enough to fill your gas tank one time. Now add in rising housing costs, rising food prices, rising utility costs, etc., etc.

The minimum wage worker was far better off under Trump, than he is with Joe's "wonderful" wage increase.

I think our Democrat friend has finally figured this out.


So, in the past six months I've lost nearly every doctor that I see:

Allergy Doctor moved across the country and put another doctor in charge of his (private) practice but will still see patients via Zoom-style meetings. He's over 3,400 miles away, but still maintains the office. Weird, huh?

Doctor #2 suddenly moved to Chicago because his wife wanted to move there. No offense to Chicagoans, but who would want to move there right now?

Doctor #3 (PCP) is giving up his long-time practice out of the blue to work with drug addiction patients.

I just called to make an appointment with my eye doctor and I was told he is "on extended medical leave."

Is anyone else experiencing this bizarre trend? Are doctors "getting out of Dodge" before the SHTF or experiencing side effects from the jabs?

And Just Like That... (media.greatawakening.win) 🐴 SHITPOST 💩
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Establishment GOP PA Senate Candidate David McCormick Hosts Fundraiser With Dominion PR Rep

"David McCormick, the establishment Republican Senate candidate in Pennsylvania, recently hosted a fundraiser with Dominion Voting System’s anti-Trump public relations representative Tony Fratto.

Fratto is a partner at Hamilton Place Strategies, a top PR firm that was hired by Dominion in December 2020.

“None of this is true about Dominion voting machines, not a single word. None of it,” Fratto wrote in a since-deleted tweet the same month the firm was hired.

McCormick, a former hedge fund CEO, was the Under Secretary of the Treasury for International Affairs for the George W. Bush administration. He married Dina Powell, an executive at Goldman Sachs, in 2019.

Of course, McCormick was highly critical of President Trump’s China policy.

McCormick was a supporter of Jeb Bush during the 2016 election. He has praised Biden, saying that he really appreciates his “tone” and previously accused Trump of being “divisive.”"



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