Edward Snowden is a practice-run for antichrist’s image of the beast technology, a computerized talking-head who is made to seem real.
This article hints at his non-existence:
“is a sort of ghost… he is almost nowhere.”
“Russia granted him asylum on Aug. 1, 2013. The 34-year-old American has lived in an undisclosed location with a security detail ever since.”
Snowden’s day-to-day life in exile is largely shrouded in mystery
“Nobody can talk to him, nobody has seen him,”
“And it looks like a kind of strategy to be seen just out of the United States. … ‘I’m not in Russia, specifically, I’m just somewhere.’”
In 2014, Snowden began speaking directly to audiences over video chat (in addition to occasional interviews).
In November 2015, he told a crowd in Washington, D.C.: “People say I live in Russia, but that’s actually a little bit of a misunderstanding. I live on the internet. And that’s where I spend all of my time.”
“I’m not in Russia. I’m not on the Internet. I’m in Utah.”
“He is non-public person.”
the de facto expat mostly communicates to the public through Twitter.
the former NSA contractor’s life in Russia is largely dictated by the FSB, Russia’s state security organization.
The Bible prohibits fornication, but a minimum age for marriage is not defined. That’s something that’s apparently left to custom and for the father’s common-sense to determine.
A passage that mentions a young woman’s “time of love” is a curious parable about God’s dealings with ancient Israel found in Ezekiel chapter 16:
5 None eye pitied thee, to do any of these unto thee, to have compassion upon thee; but thou wast cast out in the open field, to the lothing of thy person, in the day that thou wast born.
6 And when I passed by thee, and saw thee polluted in thine own blood, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live; yea, I said unto thee when thou wast in thy blood, Live.
7 I have caused thee to multiply as the bud of the field, and thou hast increased and waxen great, and thou art come to excellent ornaments: thy breasts are fashioned, and thine hair is grown, whereas thou wast naked and bare.
8 Now when I passed by thee, and looked upon thee, behold, thy time was the time of love; and I spread my skirt over thee, and covered thy nakedness: yea, I sware unto thee, and entered into a covenant with thee, saith the Lord God, and thou becamest mine.
9 Then washed I thee with water; yea, I throughly washed away thy blood from thee, and I anointed thee with oil.
It appears that “time of love” is a reference to puberty when the girl’s breasts grow and her monthly cycle begins. Since that’s the time when Nature makes her ready to have children, it obviously commences the appropriate time for her to be given away in marriage.
Another passage that indicates breast development as the time for marriage is found in the poetry of the Song of Solomon, chapter 8:
8We have a little sister, and she hath no breasts: what shall we do for our sister in the day when she shall be spoken for? 9If she be a wall, we will build upon her a palace of silver: and if she be a door, we will inclose her with boards of cedar. 10I am a wall, and my breasts like towers: then was I in his eyes as one that found favour.
Explained: Is the pre-pubescent girl a “wall” – able to preserve herself as a virgin until marriage? or is she a “door” – apt to be seduced and opened to violated before marriage? If she is a responsible “wall” they will let her be seen; if she is a “door” they must keep her hidden until marriage. She stayed a virgin “wall” until her breasts have grown and it became time for her to be married.
Our society is mentally sick. It basically encourages teenagers to engage in fornication with each other – they hand out condoms in the schools, and give the children explicit “sex education” courses to put the ideas into their heads, and let them do unsupervised “dating” with each other. The magazines, books, TV, movies, radio aimed at young people all depict casual sex.
Between 12 and 18 young women are ready for sex and aren’t married off to anybody so they lose their virginity and become sluts. At 18 it is finally legal for them to get married – but they are encouraged to wait 4 more years to finish college. After more sex – and probably a few bouts of venereal disease and maybe an abortion or two – they graduate from college at 22 as used-up old whores, but deceive themselves into thinking they are “desirable” because of their degree. So they look down their noses at blue-collar men, and go about to start their “career” while hoping the next desirable man they bed will want to marry them, yet growing increasingly anxious, picky, and demanding. By the time they reach 30 they are bitter old maids and willing “to settle down” with just about anybody – but by now it’s too late – they can’t hide the fact that they hate men, and consequently men hate them. They wasted their youth being stupid ambitious whores – passing by the age when men find women desirable.
It doesn’t make any sense to marry a woman over 30 since she isn’t likely to ever bear children. But men today take a long time to become financially stable because they must compete for jobs in their 20’s and 30’s against those unmarried college-educated whores – women who waste their earnings trying to make “I’m as good as a man” statements about themselves through expensive clothes, high rent, and leased luxury vehicles – counter-signalling the uselessness of their dried up old wombs.
No wonder there is so much paranoia against judge Roy Moore’s tactic of seeking out teenage girls to find a wife once he became financially settled in his early 30’s. What he did was godly and sensible – but it runs counter to the dysfunctional system now operating so disastrously in society. So it’s little wonder that political operatives in Alabama were able to find several resentful old bags willing to tell lies about his conduct and character – they’ve already wasted their entire lives destroying men with their selfish behaviour and so they’ve got nothing left to lose.
This preacher Charles Capps touches on a lot of good points.
He uses that Authorized Version and only stupidly “corrects” it once or twice (that unnecessarily), but basically his teaching rests on the text of scriptures as written, so it has to be given due consideration. He deals with some difficult passages – and he take them surprisingly literally.
He says you take an issue of concern and then read everything in the Holy Scriptures about it until you know everything that God says about the topic, including all the promises of overcoming and victory that are announced to the child of God. Then you meditate on those promises and come to believe the promises fully. You make sure you are in a position where you can claim the promises (i.e., you’re saved, living right, and have good motives). Believing the scriptures to be God’s will on the matter, and believing that the promises are yours’ in Christ Jesus, you mix that faith in your heart with the words of your mouth, declaring aloud God’s promises by quoting scripture as pertaining to that situation. Don’t utter a rehearsal of your problems and fears, rather declare the answers and promises you know to be applicable from the Bible, believing that because God said it, and you qualify to declare it [having faith and living right], it must [eventually] come to pass.
So it first requires a thorough knowledge of the Bible because in it is stated the will of God toward his people. Believing what God wrote, rightly dividing the word for correct context and application, is faith. When one is in the right position to claim the promises (saved, living right, sincere motives, correct understanding of God’s will, and having fulfilled any specific pre-conditions), and one makes a decision to believe, that makes true faith in the heart, and that makes the mouth to declare the promise aloud prophetically concerning the situation. Done correctly, it’s only necessary to claim the promise with authority once, and so afterwards any repeating of the matter is only done as thanksgiving and patient affirmation, not as brand new petitions (vain repetitions).
One changes oneself through meditating on scripture and believing God’s word and declaring it, and this moves God to change the situation. God didn’t change – he was always willing to do exactly what he promised (supernaturally) as soon as you believed it and acted upon it in faith without wavering.
The obvious gap in this logic is that if it is necessary for us to be living right in order to claim promises, then this access to supernatural power is defeated by the weakness of our human nature that always will fail us. Although saved, we still need to daily confess our sins to God, plead the blood of Christ, obtain fresh forgiveness for our world in this life, and to forgive others.
Of course, somebody will say “I know a Christian in a wheelchair” and “I know a Christian in poverty” and therefore everything Capps says is wrong. Well, I don’t know why we would use an alleged example of failure to overthrow the promises in Bible – that’s a tactic atheists typically use. If we knew everything we’d be in a better position to judge.
Nevertheless, I think there’d have to be a verse in the Bible that directly states, “all lame people will walk no matter what” and there is no such verse. We don’t know what happened before and we don’t know what happened after that might have influenced such a dire situation irreparably. But even a Christian in wheelchair can claim with perfect faith promises of joy and peace in the Lord. If the guy in the wheelchair says, “nope, no such joy and peace exists” must we believe him on that account too? No, I think we’d do better to ignore him – the devil will be perfectly happy to employ bitter guys stuck in wheelchairs – saved or lost – to sow doubt and confusion about God’s promises.
Yet still, what he says at first smacks of absurd presumption, but I do think that’s a misunderstanding. He is quoting scripture – and he takes pains to describe many prerequisites and preconditions that considerably narrow the application of these principles.
Nevertheless, I think his bold declaring of things is easily misconstrued as presumption. It would be a much better practice to make every “confession” explicitly contingent upon the Grace of God:
“God, by your mercy and grace, which I, though unworthy, claim by the merits of your Son Jesus Christ, my saviour, prophetically declare according to the promises of your word, that … [I will overcome these financial problems and health difficulties] … for the glory of your kingdom, in the name of Jesus Christ, Amen.
I think he’s right that we should quote aloud promises derived from scriptural passages:
Since we remain sinners in this life, we can’t have true “faith” to sincerely claim for ourselves supernatural promises unless we do so contingently upon God’s provision of grace that is freely given to us by Christ Jesus – and only if make allowance for God’s veto of our request as he sees fit because he knows best.
Yes, I’ll call it a hoax because all of these mass shootings end up being exposed as hoaxes.
Of course, it would take a lot of time and effort to track down all of the loose ends and inconsistencies, by which time this will no longer be front-page news. They’ve done this hoax so many times that they’ve realized the best thing to do is to tell the story via Facebook and show Facebook pictures and then get mad if anybody doubts.
- Where are the bodies?
- The church isn’t far from Ft Hood
- is a part of that Masonic “Southern Baptist” convention (rejects KJV)
- Preacher Frank Pomeroy and wife were out-of-town in Oklahoma for unspecified “training” when event happened.
- Pomeroys left their young “adopted” daughter home all alone to be killed at church
- Pictures seem to depict the Pomeroys have adopted several “special needs” kids
- (Texas is infamous for its corrupt foster care system)
- Tiny church can barely hold 50 people, but allegedly 25 killed and 25 wounded
- Average Church attendance wasn’t 50 – would have been even smaller with guest preacher.
- So many killed yet shooting spree only lasted 15 seconds ?
- Video of every single Sunday was recorded – why isn’t there video of the day shooting happening?
- Preacher now wants to demolish the church and build a monument instead!
- Pictures of crazy gunman don’t match
- Strange tattoo guy, Langendorff, who allegedly shot suspect, is not convincing
- Jumps in car of stranger – Stephen Willeford – and they pursue suspect to a crash? story convoluted
- Langendorff has entertainment background as rodeo-show performer
I’d be suspicious that the Feds knew of something illegal happening at the church, perhaps involving foster kids, and they cooperated with the FBI’s fake shooting hoax to avoid prison.
If the church was full why was the parking lot empty??
“nasa” is a hebrew word that means to ascend:
12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!
13 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:
14 I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.
Normally a plastic CPR dummy is on the ground flat where this strange sort of head movement happen. But inside the wheelbarrow the head jerks up and down bouncing back to its original position.
Example of trauma “Sim Man” mannequins (warning: uncomfortable to watch):
The fake news and FBI are doing a horrible job trying to sell the phoney Las Vegas “massacre” narrative to the public – meanwhile Trump is attacking them at the same time! This could get interesting.