I stand amazed by how little truth and faith there is. God calls us to believe what He says in the Bible, and to ignore all who speak contrary to the Bible. Yet, we refuse. And yes, I put myself in that category, since I have been as guilty as anyone.
All of the prophecies in the Bible will be fulfilled, yet we tend to look around us and think that it can’t be possible. Everything looks so normal.
That’s because we are walking by sight, instead of by faith.
With all that is happening right now, you would think that a book review would be the last thing for me to talk about. But, it is precisely because there is so much going on that I must do this book review.
Spiritual blindness is the one thing keeping Christians from seeing what is happening and what is about to happen. If our brothers and sisters were spiritually awake and following the Holy Spirit, I would not need to tell you anything.
But, I believe that this book is vital for many to read. So, bear with me as I discuss A Bucket Full of Holes.
We live in THE age of deception. Satan and his elite minions are doing their very best to destroy the idea that Jesus is God, that He created the Universe in six days and that He came, died and rose again for your sins.
It’s a full court press – an all hands on deck attempt to pry faith in Christ from you.
Jesus said that the attempt would be completely convincing to everyone except the elect. And, Jesus called us to watch for it, to be ready for it.
The next few weeks appear to be pivotal to the future of the United States, and the future of yourself. Several sources over the past few days have popped up with information that indicate a future that is both catastrophic and hopeful, at the same time.
I dread the catastrophe, but I embrace the hope.
This has made the past week emotionally turbulent for myself, and I guess that I get the chance to share that turbulence with you. I am torn over the possible events that lie in our future. And, when I am finished laying out what I have seen, I believe that you will feel the same way.
The immediate future is beyond awful. In fact, when I look out over the course of current events it is difficult to see ANY good news in our future. War, corruption and the vilest of evils weigh so heavily upon our future that I cringe at the thought of what is coming.
Yet, there is hope.
Unfortunately, the context of that ‘hope’ will be the death of a billion people. But, those who have prepared for that ‘hope’ will have the opportunity to fulfill their destiny in service to God.
Those who ignore the need to prepare will experience horrors beyond my willingness to contemplate.
Things have been happening this week. We had the first big debate of this year’s US election. (Did anyone catch the wires on Hillary?) Obama got vetoed on the 9/11 bill, and that has the Saudis in a tizzy. The reputation of the FBI is falling fast. We have even MORE evidence about how they try to manipulate us. More and more evidence keeps rising about Gog and Magog.
And yet ANOTHER typhoon took a whack at us, in our Little island of Taiwan. And, it got personal.
What a week. We had the memorial for 9/11. Hillary went from deplorable to… almost on the floor. The Saudis are increasingly desperate to keep 9/11 out of the US legal system. Desperation is increasingly seen in the mainstream media, political parties and the financial system. We are seeing signs of a coming government ownership of stocks that will morph into outright ownership of companies. And then, I saw signs that Russia and Ethiopia are getting cozy.
The Elections are almost here, and the banksters have been trying to hold back the deluge of bad news, to get their candidate into the White House. And, they only have two months left to do it. But, that’s not all the news.
We have a big ecumenical meeting set to take place in Jerusalem. Ecumenicism is at the core of the Antichrist movement, so this doesn’t come as a surprise.
A big alien story has arrived. Since the Jesuits are really into alien stories, I’m betting that there’s some Jesuit involvement in this.
Erdogan survived because he understood the battleground better than the generals did, and had better reflexes than the generals. And, Erdogan had been planning for this for years.
This was a real coup, with a real attempt at turning Turkey back towards the secularist values of Kemal Ataturk. The failure of this coup places another important piece into the puzzle of Ezekiel’s Fire.
Without complexity, the Antichrist system cannot rise and take over, but it is also that complexity that makes this rising system vulnerable. That lesson was brought home to me this week, when my computer – through my own ‘best laid plans’ – did not act as intended.
I thank God that My computer is now acting as intended. God wins through simplicity. Satan can only win through complexity.