Tuesday, December 31, 2013

Kidnapped For Christ




This is a trailer for a new documentary: "Kidnapped for Christ"

"This film addresses an issue that very few Americans are aware of, but that has impacted the lives of millions of adolescents and families for nearly half a century – the rise of inappropriate and abusive treatment in the troubled teen industry. All over the US and abroad, so-called therapeutic boarding schools, boot camps, and wilderness rehabilitation programs take in teenagers with a wide range of issues and use unsafe and often harmful tactics to reform them. Using political connections, religious affiliations, and substantial amounts of money, many such camps and schools have committed inappropriate and abusive acts behind their guarded walls for decades with impunity."


Remember this article? Oppression of Youth and Dominionism

In it, I talk a little bit about the oppressive Christian "schools and camps" they send "troubled" youth to and use abusive methods to break a youth's will for control. From that article I wrote:


"See here



The school has a current enrollment of 63 children, placed in the school by parents in an effort to remedy behavior problems. New Horizon uses a boot-camp atmosphere to place children onto what school officials believe to be the right road for life.

A handful of protesters showed at a Founder's Day celebration this month at the Marion campus.

"We want people to ask us about our experiences in the program, educate those who didn't know about the program and let students see that we are rooting for them," said Lisa Brown Wilbur of New Castle as she held a sign reading "Stop the Abuse."

The protesters painted a picture of complete dictation, a life completely monitored by counselors.


And yes in those places their lives are totally controlled and monitored. Many of these schools including secular ones, are full of human rights violations, extreme punishments, like withholding food and sleep and hours of hard labor, and oppressive behavior modification methods.

This is just one of the many examples among many. Some young people have lost their lives in the worse places. These schools grew numerous in the 80s but kept expanding in the 90s. Many parents were told this was the best way to deal with their troubled teens. In some circles, harsh punishment was promoted for every problem a young person was to face, strip their room clean of every item except the mattress, send them off to "wilderness camps" or "bootcamps" where intense physical exercise and brutality ruled.
Young adults who encountered health problems or could not take the strain, have died at these places. "

The more of these places that are exposed the better. These schools have nothing to do with true Christianity but false Dominionism and the police state married together. This is about breaking people down and using false religion to do it.

Sunday, December 29, 2013

Is the Sun the Lake of Fire?

I disagree with this video:



I saw this theory today on another video besides this one. Bear with me, it's weird.

People are teaching that the sun is the lake of fire.

"Our sun is a lake of fire.  If you were to stand upon the surface of the sun you would be in a lake of fire.  At the same time as you would look from the sun, all that you would see is the blackness of space.  Look at Matthew 22:13 where Jesus speaks of an unsaved man being cast into hell.  "Then said the king to the servants, Bind him hand and foot, and take him away, and cast him into outer darkness; there shall be weeping and gnashing of teeth."  Scientists tell us that our sun is moving.  They say it is in orbit as are all other stars.  So we see how these facts about hell given in the Bible could be a description of our sun or many different suns.  Hell is a lake of fire (Revelation 20:10) and the blackness of darkness forever (Jude 13), and those in hell are described as wandering stars (Jude 13).  Therefore, we conclude that hell could be a star or many stars in outer space.  We will certainly find out one day."

 I do not know anything in the Bible that says this. If I am wrong and missed the verse, tell me where it says different.

People get some really odd ideas out there. Always make sure to test them by God's Word.


Wednesday, December 25, 2013

It's all about distraction.....



[warning on video: it is just for news and political information, not an endorsement, and there are videos connected to the channel I do not support]

It was passed... and it's all ready for Obama to sign...[he is expected to sign it]


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So while the world was focused on the Duck Dynasty thing, they were passing a stronger NDAA for the indefinite detention of Americans without a trial.

The Homosexual Hegelian Dialectic is very useful. It was used here in full froth by the powers that be.

 The culture warriors get up in arms, the homosexuals do too, and more freedoms are eroded, such as freedom of speech. Silence and punish some big names on the TV screen who dare to say anything remotely "Christian" or that breaks the political correctness code, and they can easily move the goal posts to erode freedom of speech. 

One thing I saw even from those who consider themselves as part of the right but who have been brainwashed for the bankers and elite was such comments, that employers should have the right to fire people over religious viewpoints. See the precedents this is setting up? Sacrificial lambs for the new world order and the destruction of freedom of speech. Christians, the real ones, will be isolated and rendered unemployable, by such a path.

This is already happening in many career fields where if one is considered "too conservative", no one will employ you. I was almost fired from a social work based job when I told a girl she didn't have to have an abortion as the counselors and everyone else were pushing her towards one. I was not a Christian yet but I still remember how status quo thinking was pushed upon me and seeing how those who believed a certain way were promoted. It was strange to watch even the deceived on the right to stump for the rights of employers to fire those [even off the clock] who had beliefs they did not agree with. 

I don't agree with Ted Rall on many things but he is right about this:


“The right to freely speak your mind without government interference is crucial,” allows Filipovic in her essay. “But few of us are permitted in the course of our employment to say whatever we want without consequence from our employer.”
Legally, that’s true. To which I ask: why the hell not?
Americans spend 54% of their waking hours at work. What good is a First Amendment that ends at the keycard door? (Maybe we should rename it the Half Amendment.)
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If you can be fired for expressing yourself at work — or, as in Robertson’s case, not at work, in an interview, which means that for him, 100% of waking hours are an A&E censorship zone — then free speech is a meaningless abstraction that applies only to the tiny fraction of superrich Americans who don’t have to worry about getting fired."
Make a public example of him and others like him, and well, anyone who has views that don't fit the mainstream such as a bible believing Christian will find themselves rendered unemployable. You know its funny that employers did not have the right to fire someone over religion [outside special categories such as churches] but that attitude seems to be changing and you see the easily led on both sides clamoring for unpopular speech to be silenced at any cost.

From the EEOC website:

"Religious Discrimination

Religious discrimination involves treating a person (an applicant or employee) unfavorably because of his or her religious beliefs. The law protects not only people who belong to traditional, organized religions, such as Buddhism, Christianity, Hinduism, Islam, and Judaism, but also others who have sincerely held religious, ethical or moral beliefs.
Religious discrimination can also involve treating someone differently because that person is married to (or associated with) an individual of a particular religion or because of his or her connection with a religious organization or group.

Religious Discrimination & Work Situations

The law forbids discrimination when it comes to any aspect of employment, including hiring, firing, pay, job assignments, promotions, layoff, training, fringe benefits, and any other term or condition of employment.

Hmm they must be getting ready to render those laws ineffective or take them off the books. The formula works so well, they use it over and over. You think they really are giving in to 2% of the population and wanting to lose profits, or is this all part of a greater plan? You'll never see any real Christians on your TV sets, like the Duggars who are hooked into Dominionism and the Quiverful movement, the Duck Dynasty family belongs to the "works based" baptismal regeneration "Church of Christ" church.




The arm position means something you know, the "X".  [see here too: not an endorsement but for information]

Now when it is legal to arrest someone and detain them as an "enemy of the state" without a trial, free speech is going to be taken away. The days are coming where to speak or say the wrong thing such as Phil Robertson saying homosexuality is sin, even if you are wholly peaceful and break no criminal laws, means that according to NDAA they can round you up. First it will be your employment, but later higher costs. Robertson, I believe is just a beacon they are using to erode the free speech, a public example of lines they tell others not to cross. No crime, no trial just "saying the wrong" thing. If you ever wondered what would be the precedent to persecute Christians in America, you are seeing it now. 

NDAA is very connected to all this.

NDAA curtails free speech

See: NDAA

Wednesday, December 18, 2013

So Few Discern.....


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Perhaps some of you have faced statements like I am going to list below. If you want to share any input or advice I am willing to take it. Outside the internet, and like-minded Christians such as ones who post on here, my success rate of finding like-minded people or convincing of them of things is abysmally low. I have witnessed to many, even a couple who left the Catholic church, but then the evangelical church system scoops them right up. I know they are in God's hands, and in charge of their own choices and beliefs, but sometimes this can get tough.

 What would you say or do?  Have any of you ever known someone extremely kind, a good loved friend or colleague or family member or someone that professes to love Jesus Christ and then they just do not want to know what you have to share? Sometimes it can be troubling. It hurts my heart, to try and show someone I care about things and then be told the following.

Let me list them....

1. "That is too scary and depressing".

This is usually said in reference to warnings about the NWO, or if one doesn't want to go down what is commonly known as "conspiracy" lane, this has been said to me in reference to Satan running the world and Luciferians at the higher levels running things. This statement has been told to me warning about false evangelical churches several times. This can be over something such as bringing up the reality of the Tribulation in the book of Revelation during a bible study or for more liberal folks, even the discussion of hell itself.  Many church folks out there consider even connecting bible prophecy to current events as "conspiracy". I have directly seen a pastor write, "We are to focus on our own lives and not get caught up in bible prophecy!" Anyhow conspiracy is warned of in the Bible.

Acts 23:13 And they were more than forty which had made this conspiracy.

We are supposed to give the "good news" of course, but this statement usually goes with the next:

2. "The world is NOT that evil, the world is a good place."

That's a hard one to break. This is related to some of the you must be positive messages that are out in the world. It is tough, I know my world view alone, can have people label me as "melancholic", even if you tell them of hope and joy in heaven, if you say things here are bad or really bad, people are upset by that. Many do not face the reality of how our world works. They do really believe that it is better "not to know" and this can range from immediate topics like false pastors to more subtle stuff, like believing that all people want to do good, or people are mostly good inside. The Bible says there are none that are good.

 Some will trying to mean well will tell you, put that 'depressing religious stuff" aside and go enjoy yourself. Why do you have to warn about all that depressing stuff biblebeliever? This one where people can get to you, and you think "Oh I shouldn't talk about these things" and how many conform based on that alone, not wanting to be a "negative nancy"? One can think thoughts like maybe my view of the world is skewed because I've had a tough life but then this attitude especially has grown and led people into a denial of sorts with self-chosen blindfolds.

But if one isn't going to admit the world is evil, how are we supposed to do this?

Ephesians 6: 31 Wherefore take unto you the whole armour of God, that ye may be able to withstand in the evil day, and having done all, to stand.

3. It's not right to leave the church system. God designed us to be in the church.

I have shared my struggles with this one quite a few times. One thing I will confess here, is I do struggle with a temptation to find the "least worst" church and attend. Thoughts pop up like, "I've been out of a church now for 7 years, except for a few months of visiting a Calvary Chapel years ago and how is this going to work out in the long haul?" No other members of my household are Christians. If I ever did that, that would last all of about two seconds, before they would praise Rick Warren from the pulpit or tell me that no politician is to be criticized and I would get up and run. These folks, see people who reject the church system as "outliners". This one is a tough one. I have been asked these kind of questions:

a. What kind of Christian doesn't go to church?

My answer: One that can't find a church that teaches the truth. Then I quote Revelation 17

b. How can you be a Christian in a vacumm?

My answer: It's not easy, I seek out long distance Christian fellowship. We have the Holy Spirit to lead and teach us even when alone.

c. Why do you think you know more then those who have studied theology and actually know Greek and Hebrew?

My answer: The Holy Spirit is to be our teacher. The seminaries are cemetaries when it comes to true Christian belief.

d. Now that I am born again, where am I supposed to attend a local church to find like-minded believers?

My answer: You must trust in God and ask Him to lead you. This one troubles me, because I think a new believer definitely needs some Christian support.  I have done a few bible studies with one newer believer but that fell off from their end. I have answered Pray to God to find like minded believers and look to God's truth and then warned about the churches. Yes this one is not easy.

e. The circumstances of your life, bible believer make it imperative that you are a part of a church.

My answer: I'd rather be in a church but I have not been able to find a house church or other independent church that teaches the truth. They know I am in a household with no other Christians, my family of orgin is not Christian and I live in a community where even "fundamentalists" are extraordinarily rare.

Many do not realize I would love to have a church to be in or part of. But how many falsehoods can on take? What if God tells you to leave them all? Even ones you yourself did not want to leave but obedience to God had to come first? I know this applies to some readers here.

About a month ago, one of my old church members [from my first IFB] wrote me and told me I need to find a church, any church rather then be around out in the world alone. She wrote me and told me, "The times are evil and you need the support of a church family!"  Point taken, we all know this is not an easy place to be but what can be done? Perhaps God will change things for me one day.

Soon I may be writing about a topic that may not be an easy one. This one I may upset a few folks. I am going to be writing about the baptist churches, and the matters where I parted ways from the baptist church even IFBs and why I stopped calling myself a baptist long ago. This one is kind of a scary one to go into.  Why? Because I have my connections to my old IFB church  and old pastor--[yes have freely told him what I believe from everything on Christmas to the NWO] and I know I probably have a lot of IFB and other baptist readers.

4. The Pressures are Immense.

If not for study of God's Word and prayer, I can see how people would give in to all of the above, I see them give in all the time. One tells them the hard truths, and they do not want to know. They run.  You find yourself wondering why? It's sometimes hard to draw that line too between who is really saved, but in need of time and teaching via the Holy Spirit and who has never really been born again but considers themselves a Christian because they are part of a church or were baptized. There are many in the church system, even Catholic who if you ask them, "Are you born again?" Will have no problem saying "Yes!" but be totally wrong.  Many will tell you, "I am born again," and many will tell you, they became born again and gave their lives to Jesus Christ, but here I'm having my own difficulty, why aren't they discerning things then? Why do they still believe "Jesus" is in a piece of bread? The Catholics take that to the extreme but many other Protestants believe in downgraded forms of what the Catholics do. Why do so many Baptists like Rick Warren or think anyone who warns about discernment is wrong?

For someone who stays in the Catholic church, and imbides of communion, and still believes in Purgatory, we pretty much can easily say, they have not been born again to where the Holy Spirit called them out of the harlot...I have said to some people directly, outside of a rare one who directly disobeys the Holy Spirit to leave, there are no saved people in the Catholic church. Sadly many have their pastors tell them otherwise.

We know most of the church system is lost including the Protestant and evangelical ones. Surely some are born again, but why don't they discern? Why don't they "see"? This is a tough one for me especially regarding people I care and love about. The church system serves as its own blindfold. So many can't conceive of the truth outside what it told them by pastors. I know heaven isn't going to be a theological test to get in. Being born again, will be the most important. Surely even I have not learned everything there is to learn, we are all only human. But I question some of this stuff I really do from what I see. The not wanting to know thing when it is so overt is scary.

It can be heartbreaking to show them scriptures, books on scriptures, videos, and they hand them back over to you saying, "I could not read this, I stopped reading this, I found this too scary..." It is a hard place to be in.  Perhaps some of my readers here have faced this too. What would you say or do beyond praying? These are people who freely admit they are "born again" but cling to the church system and it's worse deceptions like a barnacle on a ship.  Many are in churches their families have been in for over a hundred years. Others trust their pastors, some of whom are "kind" men to tell them "the truth." It's not always an easy thing. Sometimes I have asked God, are my fruits poor because so few have listened? Uh-oh people who hate this blog may jump on that one. Have any of my readers faced this, what do you think?

Job 24:13
They are of those that rebel against the light; they know not the ways thereof, nor abide in the paths thereof.


Tuesday, December 17, 2013

The Harlot Church Loves Bono and U2



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Calvary Chapel's Brian Brodersen Still Promoting Satanic U2

I saw Ephesian's 5:11 article and wanted to add a few comments....

Many people are fans of U2 and this included me for years. I have seen Bono and pals in concert before, though it was with a backrow seat. This includes running out to see the movie Rattle and Hum in the 1980s and buying every album and listening to their music incessantly.  They were one of the "lighter" and "mainstream" bands I listened to. When I became a Christian, I tossed the CDs in the trash and stopped listening. Why? Because their promotion of the NWO is pretty overt and that "Coexist" garbage didn't go over so well with someone who had just gotten out of the UU church a few years prior and listened to that lie for over a decade.  With my college friends, we would argue about whether U2 was a "Christian band". My response would be, No even then Bono had dressed like the devil on stage. Others would go on about how he preached supposed Christian truths through his lyrics and songs. I have written about U2 and Bono many many times, maybe because I was such an avid fan in the past and want people to know how these rock bands fool people.

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Focus on the Family, ecumenical to the core, praises CATHOLIC  Bono as a Christian. Notice how in the video they speak glowingly of his pro-globalist work with the poor. I wrote about the real reasons for that, it's not about the poor. Bono is one of the top people in advancing globalist agendas via exploiting the world's poor. 

                                    

During a concert Bono recited this while playing the song Sunday, Bloody, Sunday...[found off the U2 fan website, www.atu2.com] Strange how he blames Abraham in this song....

Some graphitti was written up on a wall not too far from here It says coexist  Jesus, Jew, Mohammed, it's true. Jesus, Jew, Mohammed, it's true All sons of Abraham Father Abraham, Father Abraham  Where are you nowFather Abraham, look what you've done You've pitted your son against your son Father, Father Abraham No more, no more, no more No more, no more, no more  No more, no more, no more No more, no more
Christianity Today has advanced Bono as a Christian for years. [a few articles are semi-critical, but the whole attitude is that he is a Christian.

By the way scroll down here and see Bono's interesting way of shaking hands.

In the religious world, Bono has plenty of pals, beyond presidents, leaders, other musicians and other long list of famous people he hobnobs with. Hmm notice who retweeted this too?



See: Brian Brodersen: Just Another Catholic-Friendly Ecumenical Leader


Exposing Mother Teresa



See: Mother Teresa

More Mandela Weirdness

Pagan rituals done over his coffin...

Traditional Tribal Rituals at Mandela's Funeral

and then there is that strange phony "interpreter for the the deaf" who flashed devil's horn hand signs in his fake signing:



Do you buy the story this man snuck in by accident? Around that many world leaders?

‘Fake’ interpreter at Mandela ceremony was in angry group that burned two men to death: report 

Read more: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/world/fake-interpreter-mandela-ceremony-allegedly-helped-burn-men-death-article-1.1549058#ixzz2nlzPaqLT


Supposedly this guy stood there for four hours and no one saw through what he was doing? I don't know sign language for the deaf but he is an obvious fake.

Tuesday, December 10, 2013

As the World Celebrates Nelson Mandela.....









Nelson Mandela was another Knights of Malta.


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Pope Hails Mandela as Promoter of Human Dignity


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Ah those handshakes...

Nelson Mandela, 20th century colossus, dies at 95

South Africa's president says 'we've lost our greatest son'


What does this picture tell you about the man?


Nelson Mandela being a would be NWO disciple, was playing the left and right charade like the rest of them, you know the formula the usual fascism vs. communism. His meetings with the Pope were partnered with hugs with Castro.


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Apartheid was evil too but there are many warning about the genocide now happening against whites especially white farmers in South Africa. [Shades of Mugabe?] Our news hasn't reported much about this. Even the Mail Online asked if after Mandela's passing if there would be even more violence against whites.



South Africa has become a very violent place with one of the highest crime rates worldwide. I knew someone online for several years, that was part of a family that had to flee South Africa. She told me about the incredible violence, home invasions, people of means hiring security guards to watch over their homes and the building of 10 foot walls to do the same. I believe things there have only gotten worse.

Obama Drew Inspiration from Mandela

We are noticing now this man is being lauded almost like a Catholic saint in our media. Be careful of anyone whom the world loves....

Boasting and Pride




Here's another good Seedsower video....

Saturday, December 7, 2013

Sunday, December 1, 2013

Pope Francis Attacks "Unfettered" Capitalism as a "New Tyranny"

Continuation of the NWO economic program....



"In his first major work, Pope Francis attacks unfettered capitalism as "a new tyranny" and called for a renewal of the Catholic Church. Sarah Irwin reports."

Hmm I wonder if he will have the Vatican sell off all it's stocks and give them to the poor?

Paul Crouch, Founder of TBN Has Died

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Paul Crouch Has Died



See: TBN Exposed

Matthew 7:15

King James Version (KJV)
15 Beware of false prophets, which come to you in sheep's clothing, but inwardly they are ravening wolves.


5 Million Dead Birds?

 I thought Fukishima when I saw this immediately...



The article referred to in the video

Mutton Birds and radiation

Mainstream news report

Anyone live in Australia and know anything about these dead birds or if there have been more then usual?