Sometimes it's easier not to reinvent the wheel, sharing what others have said instead when they've already done the work so well. I was intending on writing an article in which I would talk about much of the following in detail, including verifiable citations, but if a picture is worth a thousand words, what about a moving picture in which the words of certain "prophets" have been recorded for posterity?
I see a lot of my United States residing friends, acquaintances and others chomping at the bit for a "new revolution", some openly calling for civil war if "their side" doesn't get their desired outcome in this election. Allegations of fraud, accusations of corruption and even calls for the execution of traitors are echoing through the land, with fingers pointing on all sides.
For those who profess faith in Jesus and are in either camp, I respectfully request that we consider this: Let's say that Continue reading Cry 'Havoc!', and let slip the dogs of war….
We're in perilous times. The events of this year have been disquieting, moreso than any that I can remember in my lifetime. We've experienced spiritual turbulence many times, but this is different—it's far more acutely pronounced and prolonged. The Powers That Be are working a deep magick ritual of Continue reading A Woman Rides the Beast
As I was praying and seeking God specifically for His will in the case of Leonard Peltier the other night, I felt strongly impressed to pray for his release, and the following prayers came to me.
A friend posited the following question to her social media followers:
So quick poll:
Do you believe in ghosts or spirits?
I've had some really weird stuff happen to me that's been witnessed by friends so I know something is out there but not sure what.
I'd love to hear your opinions!
Yes. Emphatically, unequivocally, undeniably yes.
A friend recently posted this to a social media account:
Sometimes I sit quietly and wonder why I'm not in a mental asylum.
Then I take a good look around me and realize… maybe I am.
Yes, they meant this as a joke, but when I first read this, I couldn't shake it. The more that I thought about it, the more that it stirred me. As I continued to ponder it, the following question came to mind:
I believe in Jesus. I'm not ashamed of the Gospel. I also believe in freedom of choice and agency. I make it a point never to force my beliefs on anyone. I hate "in your face" proselytization. This being said, I love sharing my faith and discussing the views of others with them. I know what I believe and why I believe it but I'm always searching, learning and growing, and these are the type of people that I want for my close friends.