divergence 6 points ago +6 / -0

John MacArthur has been most notable in the past three years for standing against California's COVID policies, holding services at his church even while Gavin Newsom and Co. were doing everything in their power to shut the church down. Faithful man of God, he's been preaching for 53 years now.

divergence 1 point ago +1 / -0

I live in an area that this raging sheep is describing in a derogatory way. Trust me, they are in for... ahem... a GREAT AWAKENING. Kek

divergence 32 points ago +32 / -0

Ok... this is incredible. An EXACT hour/minute/second time match, and a three-year delta? No way that's a coincidence.

God Wins!!!

divergence 3 points ago +3 / -0

Something tells me that part of him is as thin as a needle... kek

divergence 2 points ago +2 / -0

A serial killer known as the Night Stalker, Richard Ramirez, screamed those same words in court.

We face a single enemy, frens.

divergence 5 points ago +5 / -0

Hmm... I really do wonder about the Red/Green Castle comms and how that's gonna correspond to upcoming events...

divergence 44 points ago +44 / -0

My first time witnessing a Q drop in real time... feels like winning the Super Bowl if you ask me!

divergence 41 points ago +42 / -1

1700 days since the first post, if I might add. I am on the edge of my seat!

divergence 1 point ago +1 / -0

I'm not a shy person, just very busy to the point that I can only check this site every morning before I go about my day. God bless!

divergence 17 points ago +17 / -0

I think that, with all the terrible things the DS has already made us endure, a number of us seem to have forgotten that we’re at war. And this war is like nothing we’ve ever seen before, too. It’s involved spreading disinformation and fantasy to the point that a significant portion of the world is living out of touch with reality. Sounds a bit like demonic influence, if you ask me.

We have to remain strong. Fighting a war on so many fronts, including personal ones, is a daunting task that we have to take on every day, and I think prayer to God for wisdom, strength and guidance in this time is critically important.

divergence 11 points ago +11 / -0

Fair point. I’m certainly guilty of this, too, but we need to keep each other in prayer more these days, since things will certainly get worse before they get better!

divergence 2 points ago +2 / -0

Hm, this is sidetracking a bit from the discussion, but I’m very deeply troubled by what you're saying, friend. In reading the words of the Bible all my life, I have never seen “winged serpent” and “Canaanite god of copper” as descriptors for Yahweh. Even the above video says (and rightly so) that the serpent is the symbol of evil, so why push that Yahweh, the God of the Bible, is such a thing?

If you’re familiar with Canaanite worship, the rituals undertaken by its followers involved horrendous acts, including but not restricted to child sacrifice, orgies, and idol worship. Why does the “winged serpent” you describe then expressly forbid all these things, even making them punishable by death?

And on the topic of just restricting people from worshipping “FALSE” idols, there’s a big problem with that assessment. Exodus 20:3, the very first of the Ten Commandments, says this: “You shall have no other gods before Me.” Friend, Yahweh does not say, “You shall have no false gods before me.” He says “You shall have no other gods before me.” Verses 4-5 of that chapter continues with the second commandment: “4 "You shall not make for yourself an idol, or any likeness of what is in heaven above or on the earth beneath or in the water under the earth. 5 You shall not worship them or serve them; for I, the LORD your God, am a jealous God, visiting the iniquity of the fathers on the children, on the third and the fourth generations of those who hate Me.” (Exodus 20:4-5) It is indeed a harsh commandment, and one might assume that the giver of these commandments is a God who is also entirely harsh. But verse 6 is such a wonderful reminder of God’s unfailing goodness: “but showing lovingkindness to thousands, to those who love Me and keep My commandments.” (Exodus 20:6) My friend, Yahweh is no winged serpent or some immoral Canaanite god. He deserves our praise and worship, not blasphemy.

And if you’re curious about the “copper serpent,” that’s yet another discrepancy. During the period post-Exodus, the people of Israel were testing God. They grumbled, complained, and shoved His goodness aside as something not to be grateful for. On one instance (Numbers 21:4-9), they grew impatient along their journey and grumbled against Yahweh, who, far from being a “winged serpent” and a Canaanite deity, was sustaining the people every day with quail and with manna. Their judgment was that of “fiery serpents,” which killed many among the congregation. When the people came to Moses and asked for forgiveness from God, His answer was for them to construct a serpent out of bronze, (not copper!!!) that whoever was bitten by one of those fiery serpents would look upon this bronze serpent so they would be healed. It was not created as an idol to be worshipped (though much later it became exactly that, a snare to many Israelites who turned pagan in the days preceding King Hezekiah… it was even given a name, Nehushtan, which roughly translates to “that bronze thing”), but as a sign and reminder of God’s grace and faithfulness.

There’s more. Yahweh does not ever describe himself in terms of a metallic substance. Yes, Jesus will come back and rule the nations of the world with a rod of iron, but to reduce who God is to a metallic substance is, in short, to make him no longer God.

Friend, I urge you to read the Bible for yourself and discover who the true Yahweh is. He calls for all to come to salvation by believing in His Son, Jesus Christ, who came to this world as both fully man and fully God, born of a virgin, who lived a perfect life, died on a cross (Good Friday!!!) and rose again from the grave (not Easter, but Resurrection Sunday!!!) for the sins of the world. By repenting from your sins, confessing Jesus as Lord, believing in your heart that God the Father raised him from the dead, and living a life that reflects God’s goodness and Spirit in you, you will be saved.

If you’d like to talk more, feel free to message me here. God bless!

divergence 4 points ago +4 / -0

Makes me think about Charles Barkley’s hilarious tirade on Jussie Smollett. “America, lemme just tell ya something. DO NOT COMMIT CRIMES WITH CHECKS. Come on man, if you gonna break the law, DO NOT WRITE A CHECK.”

divergence 4 points ago +4 / -0

Hm, hearing about Taylor Hawkins sudden death and the early reports of chest pains makes me think he died from something else than the 10+ substances officially reported to be in his body…

divergence 10 points ago +11 / -1

Martin Luther would be proud. He experienced excommunication himself, in exchange for finding the truth!

Maybe his hatred toward the Jews wasn’t so off the cuff, after all… especially given how their rejection of Jesus back in his day is very much the same as today.

divergence 7 points ago +7 / -0

Well, the first mention of the term “catholic church” is in the Apostle’s Creed. “Catholic” is a term that refers to the universality of the church, that no matter where in the world you go to a body of believers in Christ, we are all united together as Christians.

That said, that original meaning has been long lost to time and distortions, as what became the Roman Catholic church essentially pushed the “heaven on earth” idea way too far by saying that the bishop of Rome is the spokesman of God Himself.

Say what you like, but the words of Scripture (the canon that does NOT include the Apocrypha) are the words of God, and those words alone are the true guide to spiritual truth. Anything attempting to mix other religions (I’ve seen people on this site mention about Islam and Christianity sharing the same God, for example, along with some melding Christianity with Eastern thinking) with the Bible and its gospel truth is falsehood. It might sound close-minded, but I can say that it’s the only spiritual way that doesn’t lead to very dark places.

divergence 8 points ago +8 / -0

The title of their movie Studio 666 tells you everything you need to know.

divergence 2 points ago +2 / -0

I’ve got a little tidbit that just might be the connection between God’s plan for the Jews and the devil’s dealings. In Revelation 3, Jesus speaks to the church of Philadelphia (of Asia Minor), and commends them for their faithfulness. But He then says something odd: “Behold, I will cause those of the synagogue of Satan, who say that they are Jews and are not, but lie--I will make them come and bow down at your feet, and make them know that I have loved you. (Revelation 3:9, NASB)”

Given the history of the Khazarian Jews, could it be that Jesus was quite literally taking about a false line of Jews? I really don’t think it’s a far-fetched interpretation at all, since Satan’s been the deceiver and a true master of falsehood. In fact, this may well be the catalyst that brings the End Times, since the whole world will hate Israel (the TRUE Israel, not this evil false one) before Jesus comes back.

divergence 23 points ago +23 / -0

A nuclear scare would definitely do the job. And frankly, that’s the only way I see a mass awakening happening now.

That said, we still haven’t seen the full picture yet, so maybe there’s still a number of things bound to happen in our favor. And more importantly, we should definitely remain in prayer for people all over the world to come to repentance and faith in Jesus.

divergence 4 points ago +4 / -0

If I could offer some comfort, friend, I too was forced to take jab. And I’m not gonna lie, I’ve been scared about the after-effects of it. Will it kill me? Will it make me sterile? Will it alter how my mind works?

But, you see, there is hope in the midst of anxiety, and it can be found in Jesus. He is the Great Physician, after all, and he has brought about miracles and healed people. Jesus does so that He may be glorified, which is why sometimes he doesn’t answer the prayers to make a loved one well. Sometimes sicknesses, or the concern of them, can draw you closer to Him.

As for the vaccine, as deadly as I know it is, I’m going to trust that my God will deliver me from its effects. And even if He allows me to suffer illness or death from it, I’ll still trust in Him.

Just as a postscript, let me just say that I’m not letting my faith be blind and devoid of common sense. Thankfully, my situation doesn’t require me to be boosted, and I have no intention to get it, given its truly high death/injury rates. So while I trust in God’s grace and goodness, I must still think critically on this topic.

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