Poor Jeremiah was a righteous man who did his very best to warn the people of God, to repent and escape the wrath that God was going to pour out upon Judah. Some listened and saved themselves, but most did not. And, Jeremiah had to watch the rebels among God’s people destroy themselves and everyone around them.
For those who are giving warning to the Body of Christ, to repent and escape the wrath of God, you are walking in the footsteps of Jeremiah. Some of our brothers and sisters will repent and escape. Most will not.
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.
I had the pleasure of being a guest on the Hagmann and Hagmann Report on Friday evening, January 8th, 2016.
I always listen for mistakes before recommending ANY video, and that goes for any interview that I do. And yes, I did make a few mistakes, and there were a few extra things that I should have said, but didn’t.
All-in-all, I feel like it was a good interview. We packed a LOT into that one hour. I hope that you will agree.
If you don’t agree, let me know. I’m always open for constructive criticism.
(I’ve GOT to STOP saying “You know…” and “Okay”. Seriously!)
This may sound strange, but I am an extremely optimistic person. I am a firm believer in the idea that things ALWAYS work out. And, my own life experience has confirmed this. I have never known defeat, and have every expectation that this ‘track record’ will continue.
After all, if God be for us, who can be against?
So, although 99% of my articles deal with a dark and terrible future, you will not find ‘defeatism’ anywhere in those articles. If you have placed yourself in God’s hands, failure will never happen. It just can’t – which is why you should never make it an option.
If you follow the One Year Bible, you just finished reading Luke 21, today. That chapter contains a prophecy about the Last Days that indicates when the they begin, and – more importantly for us – when they end.
What’s also interesting is that Jesus, at the same time, told us the key to surviving this terrible period of time. And, the goal of this website is centered on that survival, as well as your ability to stand before the Lord in the Day of Judgment and hear, “well done thou good and faithful servant.”
You watch about 5 hours of television a day – more on the weekends, less on the weekdays. And, you don’t read your Bible. You don’t even spend 15 minutes reading your Bible. You can spend hours sitting entranced as you gorge yourself on material produced by some of the most evil people on the planet, but you can’t find the 15-to-30 minutes every day that will take you through the one book that God uses to speak love and truth into your life.
I can’t say this enough times, so I’m saying it again, now.
READ YOUR BIBLE
And no, I don’t mean some piddly little bit from Psalms and a Proverb each morning. No, I mean The Bible. All of it.
If you’ve never done it, start now. Right. Now.
Nothing that I talk about here will do you any good if you do not have the decision-making ability to carry out what needs to be done. We call the ability to make good decisions wisdom. Yes. Yes, I know that wisdom also includes discernment and elements of knowledge. You get those from the bible, too.
I’ve got this One Year Bible (OYB) thing going all year round. I’m sure that you know about it, but for those of you who don’t, I’ll explain.
Basically, it’s a version of the bible that is split up into 365 pieces. Each day you have about twenty to thirty minutes worth of reading. You get a 1/365th of the Old Testament, a 1/365th of the New Testament, a 1/365th of Psalms, and a a 1/365th of Proverbs. (Although, some versions of the OYB will take you through Psalms and Proverbs twice in a year.)