You Shall Rest

This morning exhausted from working three jobs not having my day of rest I’m feeling drained. My devotional started with trust in the Lord with all those heart, lean not on thine own understanding, in all your ways aknowledge him and he will direct your path. In the morning I use three apps for Bible study and then I read the Proverb of the day for wisdom. The second app I opened was on entering into God’s rest.This devotion started with on the 6th day you shall work on the 7th you shall rest. I immediately looked up the definition for the word shall. It means -expressing a strong assertion or intention. God puts a string emphasis on the just one day of rest. God himself rested on the 7th day.

Genesis 2:2-4

2 And on the seventh day God ended his work which he had made; and he rested on the seventh day from all his work which he had made.

3 And God blessed the seventh day, and sanctified it: because that in it he had rested from all his work which God created and made.

Yesterday morning I was barely able to listen to my church online because I had to be in at 11:30am. The little bit I did listen to filled me with joy. It was noticable and my coworkers said you’re in a good mood. As they grumbled and looked like sour pusses because they don’t have what I have. By the end of the day everyone was cranky. Weekends are busiest so that would be understandable. But I was seeing it was much deeper than that. Managers put in extra long days and are the crankiest of them all. The manager on call snipped at me for no reason. Then I saw him inside snipping at his girlfriend because she didn’t do something right. I said I think you’re working too much His eyes softened as knew I identified where his attitude came from. I realized by the end of the day I was feeling cranky too. The environment really gets to you. And I believe the lack of rest does too. I’m needing to give my two weeks notice and trust God to build my business I make in one hour what I do in 7 hours at this job. God has to come first in order for anything to fall in place.

I started reading these two articles that did deeper studies on the rest of God. And I’m adding the link to First 15 another app that the message was based on the rest of God.

https://www.bibleinfo.com/en/topics/ten-commandments-list#sabbath

https://www.google.com/amp/s/dailyverses.net/rest/amp

App

Enter into his rest be at peace 🕊️

Come Out Of Her My People!

And I heard another voice from heaven, saying, Come out of her, my people, that ye be not partakers of her sins, and that ye receive not of her plagues.Revelation 18:4

What is she or her?God wants His people to escape from this evil system and the punishments it is bringing on itself. This call to come out of her echoes earlier prophetic warnings by Isaiah (52:11) and Jeremiah (51:45).

Paul expands on this theme to apply to all Christians of all ages: “Come out from among them and be separate says the Lord. Do not touch what is unclean, and I will receive you” (2 Corinthians 6:17).

God’s people must not compromise with sin and temptation, even when we must live in “the world.” As Jesus prayed before His crucifixion, “I do not pray that You should take them out of the world, but that You should keep them from the evil one. They are not of the world, just as I am not of the world” (John 17:15-16).

But the time is coming when God’s people will be literally called out of this Babylonish system. For more about these end-time events leading to the return of Jesus Christ, see “End-Time Prophecy.”

MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND OF THE ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH” (Revelation 17:3, 5).



To understand this Babylon, we must first understand the symbolic language being used in the book of Revelation. What is represented by a “woman,” a “beast,” “seven heads and ten horns,” and “Babylon the Great”?

There have been different ideas and opinions about this Babylon, in large part because men have read their own interpretations into these symbols. This usually results in false conclusions.

What does a woman symbolize in the Bible?
It is important to understand that when the Bible uses symbolic language, the Bible interprets its symbols for us. We do not have to guess at the meaning.

For example, when a woman is used symbolically in Scripture, she represents a church—a group of people. Paul uses the symbol of “a chaste virgin” for the Church that will be presented to Christ (2 Corinthians 11:2), and Christ refers to His bride in Revelation as a wife or woman (Revelation 19:7).

This immoral woman, called Babylon the Great, is an apostate church that has been responsible for the martyrdom of many true followers of Jesus Christ.The woman in Revelation 17 is a church, but not the Church that was established by Jesus Christ. Notice what this church does to those who obey God and follow Jesus Christ: “And I saw the woman, drunk with the blood of the saints and with the blood of the martyrs of Jesus. And when I saw her, I marveled with great amazement” (Revelation 17:6).

This immoral woman, called Babylon the Great, is an apostate church that has been responsible for the martyrdom of many true followers of Jesus Christ.

The identity of Mystery, Babylon the Great
The Bible identifies this woman clothed in purple and scarlet and sitting on a scarlet beast in the last verse of chapter 17, “And the woman whom you saw is that great city which reigns over the kings of the earth” (verse 18).

At the time John wrote this verse, and in the centuries that followed, the city that reigned over the kings of the earth was Rome. And the church associated with Rome is the Roman Catholic Church, which is headquartered in Vatican City in Rome.

I personally believe our medical.systems are a part of the babylonian system as well as the church. They end up being a church where people are going for healing. The doctor replaces the Priest and their practices replace what the Bible says to use for healing. What does the bible say is the biblical way of healing?

O LORD, you alone can heal me; you alone can save. My praises are for you alone! Jeremiah 17:14

I will give you back your health and heal your wounds, says the LORD . Jeremiah 30:17

Jesus called his twelve disciples to him and gave them authority to cast out evil spirits and to heal every kind of disease and illness. Matthew 10:1

We are to go to elders of the church not doctors replacing our elders. James 5:16
16 Confess your faults one to another, and pray one for another, that ye may be healed. The effectual fervent prayer of a righteous man availeth much.

Are we seeing any confession taking place going to a doctor? Or anointing with oil? It’s a system designed keeping you from being healed God’s way.

Ephesians 5:14″Wherefore he saith, Awake thou that sleepest, and arise from the dead, and Christ shall give thee light.” .

Pharmaceutical puts a slumbering spirit through its occultic power. When we come alive in Christ walking in his will and ways we come to life. Out of darkness and it’s systems.

Read the Bible it will breath life into your soul.

This is something very informative for you too. https://www.slideshare.net/mobile/RivinduWickramanayake/babylonian-history-of-medicine-rivin

George Floyd Didn’t Die

Many will hate me for sharing this but it’s true they staged his death and it’s all a farce.

This is what showed me it was no conspiracy theory this was a staged death.

They work on his photo to make him look more like the actor there at staging if Floyd’s death

As soon as I saw the picture of officer arrested I knew something was off. Did further investigation. It’s hard to find what was out there they gave gotten rid of many pictures and videos. This should be enough proof Comment below.

This is how they divide our Country racial wars and political party wars.smh

United we stand divided we fall.

Rebellious People Are Angry

Have you ever noticed people in habitual.sin are extremely angry? Alcoholics rage to get their way.

Proverbs 20:1 Wine is a mocker, strong drink is raging: and whosoever is deceived thereby is not wise.

Anyone in addiction would be considered to be someone in transgression or iniquity.  They are habitual users their repeaditive behaviors cause insanity. And eventually God’s covering comes off of them. God doesn’t bless sin. Sin is missing God his will and way. There comes a point God removes his covering turning them over to their wicked ways. It gets extremely hard for them to live in their sin. They have to lie beg steal and sell themselves to be able to afford their wicked ways.

It causes them to be angry because they are so much in agreement with their sin they don’t want to part with it. Their bodies mind and spirit are damaged causing them to die in every way too. Body falls apart with diabetes reoccurring accidents and the like. Their spirit man will not be able to hear from God or be convicted of sin. Their soul will be polluted with demons controlling their emotions.

To deliver such an one unto Satan for the destruction of the flesh, that the spirit may be saved in the day of the Lord Jesus.
1 Corinthians 5:5

This is the final stage they are turned over tormenters for the sake of their soul. God lets the rebellious one feel what it’s like to be separated from him for eternity. Terrified by demons day and night. The amount of earthly fears they have becomes so overwhelming they try to escape with more drugs alcohol sex or over eating. All addictions cause coming out of allotment with God’s will. It’s a very scary place to be.

This is a testimony of someone that came out of alcoholism:

https://www.thefix.com/hell-alcoholism

This is a testimony of someone that came out of drugs:

https://www.kingjamesbibleonline.org/testimony_from-a-drug-addict-athiest-to-a-believer-of-jesus-christ/

If the Son therefore shall make you free, ye shall be free indeed.John 8:36 

5 Websites To Help Educate About The Horrors of The Holocaust

https://www.pri.org/stories/2021-01-27/5-websites-help-educate-about-horrors-holocaust

Information about the Holocaust may be easy to find online, but the best sites offer artifacts and authentic accounts from people who survived the experience, a Holocaust scholar argues.

Anne Frank House Executive Director Ronald Leopold, left, presents pages of Anne Frank’s diary. Credit:

Bas Czerwinski/AFP via Getty Images

Whenever there’s an analysis or discussion about how much people know about the Holocaust, the focus is often on what they don’t know.

For instance, a 2018 survey of 1,350 people age 18 and older found that 11% of US adults and 22% of millennials had not heard of — or were not sure if they had heard of — the Holocaust.

Almost half of US adults — 45%  — and millennials — 49% — could not name one concentration camp or ghetto that was established in Europe during the Holocaust, the survey found.

The survey also showed how there’s an overwhelming lack of personal connections to the Holocaust. Most Americans — 80% — had never visited a Holocaust museum and two-thirds — 66% — did not know, or know of, a Holocaust survivor. A significant majority of American adults believed that fewer people care about the Holocaust today than before.

As troublesome as these statistics may be in terms of what they show about how little people know about the Holocaust, there’s another aspect to Holocaust knowledge that often goes overlooked.

And that is, at a time when the Holocaust has “taken on a virtual dimension” and images from the horrific era are prevalent online, there is now a risk of what author Gavriel Rosenberg refers to as the “normalization” of the Nazi past in contemporary culture.

Desensitization

As the number of Holocaust survivors continues to dwindle, today’s students may be more apt to find a Hitler meme online before they discover testimonies of Holocaust survivors.

Rosenberg argues that this normalization of the Holocaust will downplay its horrific nature. In some cases, people have seemingly taken to celebrating the Holocaust. For instance, at the Jan. 6 attack on the US Capitol, one participant wore a “Camp Auschwitz” hoodie — a macabre acknowledgment of the most infamous of the Nazi concentration and death camps.

At a December 2020 protest in Washington, DC, against the election of then-President-elect Joe Biden, a member of the Proud Boys — a pro-Trump organization designated as a hate group by the Southern Poverty Law Center — wore a shirt emblazoned with “6MWE.” The slogan stands for “6 million wasn’t enough,” in reference to the 6 million Jews who were killed in the Holocaust.

Making history accessible

Since the COVID-19 pandemic swept across the globe in early 2020, teachers have adapted instruction to make use of existing and emerging technologies. In line with the purpose of International Holocaust Remembrance Day on Jan. 27, digital tools are offering educators new innovative ways to engage with Holocaust history

The internet has made survivor testimonies easily accessible. Social media platforms have made learning about the Holocaust easier for younger people.

A popular Instagram account appeared in 2019 that features excerpts from the journal of Eva Heyman, a 14-year-old girl from Poland who was murdered in a death camp.

In recent years, virtual reality been used as a tool for Holocaust education and memorialization. For instance, the University of Southern California’s USC Shoah Foundation has launched a project to develop interactive holograms of Holocaust survivors. The first time the exhibit was displayed publicly was at The Illinois Holocaust Museum and Education Center in 2015.

Criticisms from scholars

However, some scholars challenge the use of virtual reality when it comes to the Holocaust. One concern is the risk that people who go through a virtual reality simulation will incorrectly feel that they now know what the historical event itself was like, thereby trivializing it.

I myself am leading an interdisciplinary team at Rowan University in New Jersey to develop a virtual reality teaching tool about the Warsaw Ghetto, the largest ghetto established by the Nazis during the Holocaust — holding more than 400,000 Jews within an area of 1.3 square miles, with an average of 7.2 persons per room.

This project, still in its pilot stage, uses primary-source documents and photographs from the Oneg Shabbat Archive to recreate spaces within the ghetto. Users will be able to explore re-created spaces, examine primary sources, ask questions about photographs and explore a variety of themes.

To better develop The Warsaw Ghetto Teaching and Learning Project, and as author of a chapter in a forthcoming book, “Teaching and Learning Through the Holocaust,” I have examined many digital tools that can be used to teach about the Holocaust, especially in middle and high schools.

A virtual image of people cooking on a large stove.

A virtual re-creation of a soup kitchen in the Warsaw Ghetto in 1941. Credit:

Jennifer Eve Rich, Author provided

Here are five websites that I consider to be the most interesting.

1. The life of Bebe Epstein

This first foray into digital education from YIVO, The Institute for Jewish Research, tells the life story of one young girl, who was born in Vilna, Poland, from before the Holocaust through her immigration to the United States. A staggering amount of information can be found in this digital tool, which consists of 10 self-guided “chapters” containing the story of Bebe Epstein, artifacts and maps.

2. ‘History unfolded’: US newspapers and the Holocaust

The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum has a number of excellent online exhibits that can be used for teaching and learning, but “History Unfolded” fills a gap: This website aims to show what Americans knew about the Holocaust, and when they knew it, by using articles from US newspapers published during the 1930s and 1940s. Users can explore by event.

For example, they can search for Kristallnacht, a series of violent massacres carried out against Jews in Germany, often referred to as the “Night of Broken Glass.” Or they can search for information about the USS St. Louis, a ship that brought 900 Jews to Cuba and then the United States, where they were turned away. Upon being returned to Europe, almost all aboard were murdered in death camps. Visitors can also search their local newspapers from the period.

3. In Mrs. Goldberg’s Kitchen

This augmented reality experience is a part of a larger project about Lodz, Poland, during the period between World War I and World War II, created by Halina Goldberg, a musicology professor at Indiana University Bloomington. This interactive exhibit allows users to explore space in the Jewish Quarter of prewar Lodz, understanding what daily life was like for so many Jews before they were displaced and murdered during the Holocaust.

4. Anne Frank House: The Secret Annex

Anne Frank’s diary is one of the best-known primary sources to have survived the Holocaust. The annex where Anne and her family hid during the war still exists in the Netherlands and is a popular site for tourists. For those who are unable to visit the site — and for everyone during the COVID-19 pandemic — the augmented-reality site created by the Anne Frank Museum is an impressive alternative. Users are able to explore the space, examine documents and look at photos.

5. Virtual Tour of the Auschwitz Memorial

Auschwitz is the best-known concentration camp built with the express purpose of murdering Jews and other victims of the Holocaust. While the memorial and museum remain closed because of COVID-19, the virtual tour presents what the memorial website describes as “authentic sites and buildings of the former German Nazi concentration and extermination camp, complete with historical descriptions, dozens of witness accounts, archival documents and photographs, artworks created by the prisoners, and objects related to the history of the camp.” Each location allows users to access additional information, view primary sources, and listen to survivor testimony.

This article is republished from The Conversation, a nonprofit news organization dedicated to unlocking ideas from academia, under a Creative Commons license.

Protection That Comes From God His Hegde Around You

Job 1:10 “Have you not put a hedge of protection around him and his household and everything he has? You have blessed the work of his hands, so that his flocks and herds are spread throughout the land.”

What is this hedge?

KJV Dictionary Definition: hedge

hedge

HEDGE, n. hej. Eng. haw Properly, a thicket of thorn-bushes or other shrubs or small trees; but appropriately, such a thicket planted round a field to fence it, or in rows, to separate the parts of a garden.

Hedge, prefixed to another word, or in composition, denotes something mean, as a hedge-priest, a hedge-press, a hedge-vicar, that is, born in or belonging to the hedges or woods, low, outlandish. Not used in American.

HEDGE, v.t. hej. To inclose with a hedge; to fence with a thicket of shrubs or small trees; to separate by a hedge; as, to hedge a field or garden.

1. To obstruct with a hedge, or to obstruct in any manner.

I will hedge up thy way with thorns. Hos.2.

2. To surround for defense; to fortify.

England hedged in with the main.

3. To inclose for preventing escape.

That is a law to hedge in the cuckow.

Dryden, Swift and Shakespeare have written hedge, for edge, to edge in, but improperly.

HEDGE, v.i. hej. To hide, as in a hedge; to hide; to skulk.

hedging

HEDG’ING, ppr. Inclosing with a hedge; obstructing; confining.

The Holy Bible can figuratively and literally build a wall around us. God created the Earth with his words. He said let there be light and there was light. When we read the Bible study it learn God’s ways over the ways of the world we begin to encounter him. We are abiding in his kingdom and not leaning on our own understanding. It begins to build our faith. As we increase in knowledge we gain confidence and trust God to protect us from our enemies. God becomes a fortress and puts up protection from schemes of our enemies. God never acts on our circumstances he acts on our faith. Faith comes from hearing and heating from the word of God.

In actuality the word of God becomes a sheilld or hedge about us that the enemy can not get past. We are protected from accidents and all sorts of daily calamities.

The more we speak the word it becomes a reality more than the darkness around us it sheds light. It brings us into the Kingdom realm not of flesh but of the spirit of God.

The Lord in our obedience to his word acts accordingly. Putting Angels around us with flaming swords to do battle against our enemies.

1 Peter 2:24 = “fact,” not past tense!

(Garth D. Wiebe, Jan 2015, added additional “‘Aorist’…” paragraph May 2015)

Entire sermons have been delivered, usually by preachers in the “word of faith” movement, on a fallacy about 1 Peter 2:24 that comes from an ambiguity in the English language.

Peter did not misquote Isa 53:5, strategically changing the tense from present to past tense, as some claim. And I will prove it here without a doubt.

The verb in 1 Pet 2:24 is not spelled

ιασθε = “iasthe” = “you(plural) have been healed (Perfect passive)

The verb in 1 Pet 2:24 is spelled

ιαθητε = “iathete” = “you(plural) are healed” (Aorist passive, emphasis mine)

This matches Isaiah 53:5 in the Septuagint translation:

ιαθημεν = “iathemen” =”we are healed” (Aorist passive, emphasis mine)

The only difference between those last two words is the 2nd vs. 3rd person (“you” vs. “we”) conjugation of the verb.

This corresponds to Isaiah 53:5 in the Hebrew text:

נִרְפָּא־ לָֽנוּ׃ = “lnu -nrpha” = “he-has-been-healed (niphal, perfect) to/toward-us”

The Greek indefinite, aorist verb tense specifies state, not action, fact rather than act, what timelessly just “is” rather than something happening in time. We don’t have an explicit way of writing that verb tense in English, either with verb endings (-s, -ed, -ing, etc.) or with helper verbs (has-, will-, etc.) So we can’t translate it very easily, or at least not unambiguously. But it conveys that healing applies to us. It is a “done deal.” Just like you see that Isaiah 53:5 says in the Hebrew (which also makes for awkward English).

“Aorist” was the ancient Greeks’ definition for the verb tense, and not a modern scholar’s definition (see LSJ “ἀόριστος” definition II.3.). The word “aorist” is from Greek “α-οριστος” = “a-oristos,” where “a” = “without,” and “oristos” = “defined boundary.” Strong’s G3724 (“οριζω”) is the verb form used in “α-οριζω” = “a-[h]orizo.” We get the English transliteration “horizon” from this Greek word (without the “a-“). A “horizon” is a fixed boundary that can be viewed a reference point. “A-orist” has no reference point. It is indefinite.

If I were to say “I play the piano,” then according to the rules of English grammar, that would be a simple present tense. But if I tell you “I play the piano” while sitting at the computer typing at a computer keyboard, you would implicitly understand it as aorist, that “I am a piano player,” as a matter of fact, not action on a time line. See this post for more detailed discussion of this.

Many translators use the English present perfect (“have been ___-ed”) or past tense (“were ___-ed”), because that conveys the sense of something having been accomplished. And although it is true that the price for healing was paid, completed in time, in an event that occurred, past tense, 2000 years ago, that’s not what either Isa 53:5 or 1 Pet 2:24 actually recite. Both recite the fact of it as it applies to us, which is timeless.

Note that the Greek Septuagint (LXX), which was the Greek translation of the Hebrew scriptures in use in Biblical times, uses the same aorist tense. This proves that it cannot be translated as “past tense” or “perfect tense,” because Isaiah 53 was a prophecy that was yet to be fulfilled at the time the prophecy was written! The tense of the Greek Septuagint (LXX) Old Testament matches the tense of the Greek New Testament! However you render it in the New Testament Greek you would need to render the same way in an Old Testament Greek translation. The verb tense in Isaiah certainly can’t be “past tense”!

Hebrew has no “aorist” tense, either. But notice how it is expressed. The Hebrew “נִרְפָּא־” = “nrpha” is perfect tense, 3rd person singular (“he-has-been-healed”), combined with “לָֽנוּ” = “lnu” = “to/toward-us,” which is 1st person plural. Since the Hebrew combines 3rd person singular (“he,” as in Jesus) with 1st person plural (“we,” as in us), it is a timeless proposition, when the prophecy was made by Isaiah. At the time of Isaiah, Jesus “has been healed” (i.e. it has been accomplished) as applying to “us,” where “us” would be the audience reading the book of Isaiah, hundreds of years before the time of the cross! So, you see that the Hebrew shows the same sense of accomplishment as 1 Pet 2:24.

In Matt 8:17, translations often read, referring to the fulfillment of Isaiah 53:4 (one verse before verse 5),

“he took our infirmities and bore our sicknesses.”

But this was before the cross, when Jesus was walking around healing the sick during his earthly ministry, not yet having atoned for sicknesses. How can this be?

It is the same issue. It is not past tense.

“ελαβεν” = “elaben” = aorist “take”

“εβαστασεν” = “ebastasen” = aorist “bear”

Therefore, it is more appropriate to translate Matt 8:17

“he takes our infirmities and bears our sicknesses”

In other words, this can be paraphrased,

“by him our infirmities are taken and our sicknesses are carried

This resolves how Matt 8:17 can say that Jesus, by healing people, was fulfilling the prophecy of Isaiah even before he went to the cross! Jesus believed that Isaiah’s statement about him was true and simply applied as fact, and that the future fulfillment in the atonement was certain, without any doubt in his mind!

The fact of healing just “is,” if you believe the word of God. If you don’t believe it, then it does not apply; you nullify the word of God by whatever tradition you throw in to hinder it, exempt yourself from it, and “healing” does not apply to you. You either believe and “are healed,” or don’t believe and are not.

If we can all get a hold of this, I think it will help immensely. We proclaim healing over someone, according to the truth of the word of God, and declare it to apply, 100%, fact. Period. It is not “will be healed” (English future verb tense) or “will be being healed” (English future progressive verb tense). It is not “were healed” (English past tense) or “have been healed” (English present perfect tense); the person was not previously in a “healed” state, because of ignorance or unbelief. On the timeline, they were afflicted, not “healed.” When we put healing on the timeline, we are adding a hindrance or condition to what the word of God declares as simple truth.

“Healed” is truth, which we accept by faith, and then it just applies.

Now, for the case of the commonplace teaching that says that Peter changed Isaiah 53:5 from present to past tense, on the face of it, this cannot be, either, because if 1 Peter 2:24 was supposed to be in the past tense, looking back at the cross, then Isaiah 53:5 ought to be translated in the future tense, looking forward to the cross! Yet it is not.

This is a matter of “truth,” not temporal circumstances. We declare “truth” and expect the temporal circumstances to change to line up with the Word of God.

This may seem a little complicated at first, but when you understand it, it actually simplifies things immensely. You can proclaim “healed” with integrity, without having to fuss with all of the timeline objections to your proclamation by worldly-thinking people who look with their physical (instead of spiritual) eyes at circumstances in the here-and-now, judging based on what their eyes see, instead of what the Word of God declares.

OriginOld English bēon, an irregular and defective verb, whose full conjugation derives from several originally distinct verbs. The forms am and is are from an Indo-European root shared by Latin sum and est . The forms was and were are from an Indo-European root meaning ‘remain’. The forms be and been are from an Indo-European root shared by Latin fui ‘I was’, fio ‘I become’, and Greek phuein ‘bring forth, cause to grow’. The origin of are is uncertain.

It’s not past tense like we were taught. Always dig deeper in the word. We may be misinterpreting many scriptures not understanding what they mean.

Would Have Been Nice To Celebrate His 50th Birthday…………

Today would have been Nick’s 50th birthday. He died in the VA hospital from servere neglect.
My Mom wanted him to go to his friend that was an allergy specialist. Because a mysterious rash from his medicines appeared. He said Mom “I have to follow protocol as a Veteran or I’ll have to pay all of my bills out of pocket”. He put his trust in the hospital staff there at the Veterans hospital. They failed him grossly.
My Mom requested a private autopsy, they went ahead and did their own against her request.

We weren’t able to get the autopsy on our own. Peter King’s office had to step in advocate for us. It took one year for us to get it. When we finally had the autopsy to see what took his life it was devistating. My Mom’s friend that is a hospital nurse read it for us. She said there were no times listed, which was odd because they always have them. Then she saw what was very alarming. Towards the very end narcaden was administered. This is a medicine given when someone is over dosed.

The turn of events from that day in the hospital started to make sense now. My Mom was at his bedside and held his hand as he past. Just close to 30 minutes prior she saw him laboring to breath. She ran to get his nurse and was rudely dismissed as if she she was overreacting. The nurse actually said she was crazy she wasn’t going to see him. My Mom attempted to have the doctor take a look at him he said he was under staffed and would get to him as soon as he could. As my Mom watched Nick struggle to breath she knew she had to get someone to help and frantically grabbed a nurse from another desk to come see him. It was at that point the nurse called code blue.

Normally there’s a crash cart on every floor it’s required to be there. This time it wasn’t. They had to get one from another floor it took them 19 minutes to get one. At that point he went into anflatic shock and they lost him. It was from the combination of the allergic reaction he originally had from medication and the over dose of his pain medication they gave him on an empty stomach.

I’m not sharing this to give you negative information. My Brother’s death wasn’t in vain. He was a seed planted in the ground. After losing my Dad to chemo 7 months prior to my brothers death. It made me do more on depth studies on the dangers of pharmacy the medical feild and the like. Medications took my two loved ones along with a system that is very flawed. They practice medicine and truly are do the best with what they know to do. But my Bible says healing through casting out devil’s and laying on hands is what makes people recover.

As much as many of you are putting your trust in this medical feild like my Dad and Brother did you aren’t saving your lives you’re losing them.

Please let my families testimonies be a warning to you.

God So Loved The World

Most know this scripture:

John 3:16

16 For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.

When Tim Tebow had black stripes under his eyes with 3:16. The verse gained popularity amoungst the unbelievers. Many looked up this verse. It’s a scripture of hope for us all. But, the sad reality many will perish for lack of knowledge not understanding the true meaning of it.

The word believe means to have confidence in or put trust in. In today’s day and age are we seeing much trust with this covid disease? Or circumstances with all of the natural calamities happening?

Could this lack of believing be because there isn’t a conversion described in the scripture:

John 3:3

Jesus answered and said unto him, Verily, verily, I say unto thee, Except a man be born again, he cannot see the kingdom of God.

Being born again means you are filled with the Holy Spirit. Once this happens you become a true believer and have the confidence you need in God to not live in fear of facing challenges of the day.

A Thousand Years Is As A Thousand Days

Update doesn’t seem he was arrested 🤔 He was visible today for the swearing in. Will he be arrested??

You must watch this video first!

Revelation 20:7-8
7 And when the thousand years are expired, Satan shall be loosed out of his prison,

8 And shall go out to deceive the nations which are in the four quarters of the earth, Gog, and Magog, to gather them together to battle: the number of whom is as the sand of the sea.

The beast will be in prison. On November 28th Obama was arrested! But he will be out in a thousand days just like the scripture says.

2 Peter 3:8 But, beloved, be not ignorant of this one thing, that one day is with the Lord as a thousand years, and a thousand years as one day.

Do the math one thousand days is close to 3 1/2 years. We will have more time for the end time harvest!! Go ye preach the gospel!!

This was such exciting news for me when my friend shared the video of obama’s arrest.