Wounded Soldier

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Over the past few years, as I’ve seen the apostacy unfold and how it has been full of nothing but manipulation, I even reached a point where I could not allow myself to listen to most, if any of today’s so-called Christian music. If I ever step foot in a Church/Building again, I will believe that even the very act of worship is being manipualted from those leading it. But, that is my problem, and I will have to learn to deal with it.

There still are certain songs I remember and love. This is one of them. It has always made me think of our brothers and sisters in other lands who truly are being persecuted for the one true faith. I think of them every day and there is nothing I can do, but pray. I think of their sufferings some of us have yet to go through. I love them though I have never met them.

Remember the prisoners as if chained with them—those who are mistreated—since you yourselves are in the body also.               — Hebrews 13:3 —

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False Jesus Alan John Miller

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I can’t even transcribe this, it is too blatantly stupid to waste my time. Anyone who comes to this blog knows who and what I believe.

This is not Jesus. This man is a liar. Just one more imposter. A greater imposter comes and when he does come, he will make all these little phony peons look ridiculous. BUT THEN … one day, the real Jesus will come. The comparison between the two will be so grand that every knee will bow and every tongue will confess that Jesus is the Lord of Lords and the King of Kings. 

Wikipedia says: Miller has stated that he does not know all truth and that no one but god knows all truth.

Really? He is Jesus and does not know all truth? One would think Jesus would know all truth as He is God and He said, “I am the Way, the Truth and the Life.”

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Awesome and terrible cloud formations

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This article was opiginally put on the blog back in June 2009. In light of the recent tornados in Oklahoma, I’m putting it up again. Since then, I have learned of HAARP. Still not sure what to make of that. Do I believe man is capable of changing weather patterns? I don’t know, but I do  believe the evil of man is capable of just about anything.

I find the following pictures so intriquing.

Article gotten here

http://www.dailymail.co.uk/sciencetech/article-1189877/The-cloud-Meteorologists-campaign-classify-unique-Asperatus-clouds-seen-world.html

Whipped into fantastical shapes, these clouds hang over the darkening landscape like the harbingers of a mighty storm.

But despite their stunning and frequent appearances, the formations have yet to be officially recognised with a name.

They have been seen all over Britain in different forms – from Snowdonia to the Scottish Highlands – and in other parts of the world such as New Zealand, but usually break up without producing a storm

And some experts believe the stormy weather phenomenon deserves its very own classification.

Experts at the Royal Meteorological Society are now attempting to make it official by naming it ‘Asperatus’ after the Latin word for ‘rough’.

If they are successful, it would be the first variety of cloud formation to be given a new label in over half a century

‘It is a bit like looking at the surface of a choppy sea from below,’ said Gavin Pretor-Pinney, founder of the Cloud Appreciation Society, who identified the cloud from photographs sent in by members.

‘We try to identify and classify all of the images of clouds we get in, but there were some that just didn’t seem to fit in any of the other categories, so I began to think it might be a unique type of cloud.’

He added: ‘The underside of the clouds are quite rough and choppy. It looks very stormy, but some of the reports we have been getting suggest that they tend to break up without actually turning into a storm.’

The Royal Meteorological Society is now gathering detailed information for the days and locations where the asperatus clouds have been seen in an attempt to understand exactly what is causing them.

Officials will then apply to the UN’s World Meteorological Organisation in Geneva to have the new cloud type considered for addition into the International Cloud Atlas, the system used by meteorologists across the globe.

Professor Paul Hardaker, Chief Executive of the RMS, said: ‘There would probably need to be quite a lot of heat around to produce the energy needed to generate such dramatic cloud formations.

‘They are quite dark structures so there must be a lot of water vapour condensing in the cloud.’

Stunning but undefined: The clouds loom over the skies - but unfortunately words can't describe this dramatic image

Dramatic: The ribbons across the sky portray a scene similar to a Doomsday scenario

Cloudy skies: If Meteorologists confirm the new name, it could be the first such classification in half a century

Skies over Scotland: This scene from Perthshire could help confirm the new 'Asperatus' classification

Flee from the witchcraft of Mike Murdoch!

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If I get a little emotional with the following, please excuse me. This has really gotten me angry. Thousands of Christians are duped in to this stuff. Let’s face it, it is either their desperation or greed that leads them to men like Murdoch. I’ve only transcribed parts of it, but the whole thing is one big fat manipulation to line the pockets of Mike Murdock.

“What you can walk away from, you have mastered.”

Does that mean if someone can walk away from this apostate without being manipulated by his witchcraft/manipulation to give him one dime, then you have mastered him? YES! So flee from this heretic and be free!

“Nothing happens until you use your faith. Nothin’, nothin’, nothin. God’s not moved by tears.”

Really?

The righteous cry out, and the Lord hears,
And delivers them out of all their troubles.
The Lord is near to those who have a broken heart,
And saves such as have a contrite spirit.
Many are the afflictions of the righteous,
But the Lord delivers him out of them all. — Psalm 34:17-19 —

Not once is it mentioned in the Word of God that you have to perform for man, in order to receive God’s help or blessing.

Mike Murdock wants you to believe unless you sow in his minstry by sending him lots of money, God is not going to help you. This places the ministry above God! As if Mike Murdock is the mediator between you and God!

“For me, a thousand dollar seed, is proof that you have conquered greed.”

This would be laughable, if it were not so serious. Why should anyone prove anything to Mike Murdock?! We do not answer to him! His manipulation tells me he is the greedy one here!

Again: “What I can walk away from, I have mastered. What I can’t walk away from, has mastered me.”

Decide now: Who are you going to walk away from? Mike Murdock and men like him or Jesus? You can not have it both ways. For Mike Murdock is of his father, the devil. The truth is not in him. 

“I like new money…when I give things to people, I like to give stacks of money…the most beautiful thing on earth, is a hundred dollar bill. I ain’t seen a woman on earth as good looking as a hundred dollar bill. There’s something about that hundred dollar bill that excites ya.”

He has just from his own mouth told us his god is money. The stacks of money he refers to, is the money his followers send in. If You follow him, how does it feel to know that you are giving to a materalistic, greedy, conniving, manipulating, lying, cheating snake oil salesman?

“He said,’We don’t give, to get something back.’ Oh yes, we do.”

Such greed here. Do you give in hopes you get some thing back? Or do you just give? I never feel obligated to give anything. Sometimes our motives for giving are wrong in the first place. I’m not going to tell you the Christian must give, give, give. We are to always be led by God.   

Does this also mean if a brother who is in prison for the true faith in another country, were to somehow slip out a dollar bill to Murdock, that he could expect lots of money? Church, if it isn’t true all over the world, then it is not true at all! Oh, the apostacy here in America. God will judge it. 

Nothing he is saying is from the mouth of God, and I say here, an evil spirit actually makes itself known:

“My biggest fear is going to hell with all the stupid people in one place. I think I could handle the fire, it’s all the fools, at the same place. That makes you want to go to heaven, doesn’t it? I can hardly take one idiot much less all of them in one place.”

Unless Mike Murdock repents from his witchcraft, he will find out whether or not he can handle the fire. In the meantime, do not be one of the fools he is talking about by following him there.

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Things my dogs teach me: Let the Master take the Yoke Off

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“Come to Me, all you who labor and are heavy laden, and I will give you rest. Take My yoke upon you and learn from Me, for I am gentle and lowly in heart, and you will find rest for your souls. For My yoke is easy and My burden is light.”                         — Matthew 11:28-30 — 

My husband is the one who takes our dogs for their walks. Knowing their behavior and what to expect while out, he tightens their collar before they leave the house. I used to tell him he had the collars too tight. He explained it had to be tight or they could slip out of the collar. I used to complain until we had a horrible incident some time back:

https://redeemedhippiesplace.wordpress.com/2013/04/27/things-my-dogs-teach-me-run-to-the-master/

Since then, I no longer tell him that it is too tight. I trust his judgment. Yet, I still hate to see them with a tight collar.

I’ve noticed over the years all the different yokes we put on one another. Husbands put them on wives and wives put them on their husbands. Family puts them on one another and friends can do the same things. It usually looks like this: I want you to be more like such n such so I can get this or that from you. THAT is a yoke. Another one: I want to lead you here so I can get this from you. THAT is a yoke.

Rarely, if ever is it something to make you free. Rather, it causes you to be chained to someone, desperetaly seeking their approval over and over. Which leads to idolatry.

The Church has been especially guilty of this. You must do this or that to prove yourself, before we let you do this or that. An example: My husband has a teaching gift. A few years back, he was asked to teach in the Church of a few members he was going to. He takes this seriously, seeks the Lord, and prepares for it through both prayer and study of God’s Word. He speaks with logic and reason, able to expound on things that I and others may miss.

He was told by the pastor that all teachers would be required to clean the bathrooms before they got to speak again. If this pastor knew my husband he would not have expected this from him. Not because my husband thinks he is too good to be a servant of this nature. But because, I am the one who has cleaned this house from day one of our marriage. My husband would not know the first thing about cleaning anything. It is my job. My job meaning, something that I want to do. He takes care of things I want no part of and would not know the first thing about.

If we had been much younger, I would have went and done it side by side with him. But, I had/have my own health issues to deal with and was not/am not going to take on anything I did not/do not sense the Lord leadings. At the time my husband worked a full-time job, whereas the pastor had quit his job and was depending upon God through faith to supply his needs and the needs of his family. THAT is wrong. What it really means is he and his family were depending upon the flock to support their needs. Sorry, but that is what it is. And it is wrong.

I rather bluntly told my husband, “Let those who do not work, clean the bathrooms. The pastor has kids old enough, his wife doesn’t work, let them do it.” Even the women, the teen-agers, and those who played the guitars and the drums could have done it. We are not talking about dozens of bathrooms, for pete sakes. Just two.

Now in those days, when the number of the disciples was multiplying, there arose a complaint against the Hebrews by the Hellenists, because their widows were neglected in the daily distribution. Then the twelve summoned the multitude of the disciples and said, “It is not desirable that we should leave the word of God and serve tables. Therefore, brethren, seek out from among you seven men of good reputation, full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom, whom we may appoint over this business; but we will give ourselves continually to prayer and to the ministry of the word.” — Acts 6:1-4 —

The above has to do with something the disciples had to deal with during their day. They were teaching/preaching the Word of God. An issue came up of who was going to serve in another area. They thought it best they not be tied down to both. So they left it in the hands of others to decide who would be suited best. Note, not just anybody, but of good reputation, full of the Holy Spirit and wisdom. It was a serious matter, not to be taken lightly.

Do not get me wrong. I do believe in being a servant. Especially, if you are being blessed somewhere, then by all means, find a way to be a blessing in that Church/Building/Relatioship/Fellowship. If you know how to do a little plumbing, then offer your services. If you are gifted with an ability to use your hands, then do it. If you are good at painting, do it. However, my husband is not mechanical by any means. We both saw what this pastor was doing, as a control issue. The pastor already knew who the faithful were. He knew my husband was one. The pastor was putting a yoke upon those who were called to minister in the gifts they were called.

Now therefore, why do you test God by putting a yoke on the neck of the disciples which neither our fathers nor we were able to bear? — Acts 15:10 —

Many times, people expect us to behave a certain way just for them. This is wrong. It is putting a yoke on us.  We expect someone to perform. This is wrong, too. It is a yoke. Others do it to us by watching our every move, expecting us to jump through some kind of hoops. Once we get their approval, only then do they accept us. Let the reader know, I am not talking about issues of sin, but issues of feeling you have to prove yourself to mere man through acts of performance.

Yokes enslave us. They cause us to be led only so far by others. We are to be led by Jesus, not having the yokes of man/institutions put upon us.

I believe it is going to be very important in the days ahead for the Bride of Christ to get the yokes off. If we are yoked to men, they can mislead us. What if the very thing we are yoked to appears to be a good thing? What if it were taken away from you? Would you be able to be led by God or would you need man? What if the yoke leads to deception? The day is coming when we must hear the voice of our Shepherd. No other voice will do.

As soon as my dogs hit the door after their walk, they come straight to me. They know I will stop whatever I am doing, bend down and release them from that hard restraint. They want those collars off. Dixie, the biggest one, is especially quick to come to me. As soon as I remove the collar, she melts like butter in my arms. She is so relieved to get that thing off. Her eyes express such a relief, such gratitude.

How much more, the good Shepherd desires to take the yokes off of us!

Therefore if the Son makes you free, you shall be free indeed. — John 8:36 —

Stand fast therefore in the liberty by which Christ has made us free, and do not be entangled again with a yoke of bondage. — Galations 5:1 —

This kind of goofiness would make me an atheist!

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IF this is all I ever knew or saw about Christianity, I would be an atheist.

I know what reproach is. I am almost certain I have brought reproach to the truth by some emotional outbursts in the past. But what about the following? Does it bring reproach or does it actually cause you to at least desire dialogue, in pursuit of communicating? I have to say for myself, I could not personally sit under this.

This kind of mindset among professed Christians bring reproach to the truth. Why? Because for one thing, it makes us all look like a bunch of kooks. I also, believe they are lying. I do NOT believe the malaraky about the 80 foot demons. I do NOT believe babies are bred and sacrificed on Halloween. I find it very hypocritical that even though one woman admits Christmas is a Pagan holiday, yet she puts up her tree but it’s ok, because golly gee, on hers, she has everything pertaining to Jesus. I guess my tree, with it’s little toys and the few dozen gingerbread men and candy cane ornaments I made, would not be acceptable to her? You can have a tree, just as long as it is decorated with images pertaining to Jesus????

What gives anyone (Christian or not, ESPECIALLY Christian) the right, to go into a place of buisness (in this case a hotel) and tear up property? Even if it is jack-o-lanterns?! How would these people like it if someone came into their place of buisness and destroyed a few things?

We are led to believe because of their persistence, they were able to go to every single buisness — with the exception of a pizza joint, that still “won’t give it up” and remove all Halloween influences.

Yet, they endorse a church who takes the opportunity of that day — Halloween — to have their own type of outreach using scarey tactics of creating a hell with demons to scare people. Then when Jesus walks into the room: “There isn’t a person in that room, that isn’t saved, that doesn’t commit their life to God right there.” Really? Then why not do it every Sunday? Just forget about preaching the Word, the Cross, Repentence. Just make Sunday services one big show. Oooops, unfortunately, that IS what is going on in most churches now days.

Then finally after listening to these two nutty women, the man begins to speak about sowing seed. Same old song of someone trying to get your money. I suppose it would go to this ministry at this point, IF you were somehow blessed by these testimonies. No blessing here. Just two goofy women led by emotion and complete ignorance.

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Is this man’s Christian “rights” being violated?

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Seriously, is his rights being infringed? I think not. What does Jesus tell us to do if someone does not want to hear us?

“And whoever will not receive you, when you go out of that city, shake off the very dust from your feet as a testimony against them.” — Luke 9:5 –

So why is it, that the people who confess to be Christian, feel the need to go where they are not welcomed? The man in the video below wants to sue. Where are we taught to do that? Even Paul moved on:

And he (Paul) went into the synagogue and spoke boldly for three months, reasoning and persuading concerning the things of the kingdom of God. But when some were hardened and did not believe, but spoke evil of the Way before the multitude, he departed from them and withdrew the disciples,… — Acts 19:8,9 —

The man below, and others like him, would be the first to complain if a Muslim or an Atheist were to approach their children. Yet, on the other hand, he is correct with his assessment of others being allowed to do what he is not. So? We can expect that. We move on.

He said, “They have taken all the Christian rights away.”

Let’s be honest here. No, not all our rights have been taken away — yet. That day will come. To say it has already happened, is not only pre-mature, but it is not yet completely true.

For the record, I could not figure out what category I should put this in. I do not see it as real persecution — not when others in other nations are really suffering for the truth. To call this persecution would be watering down true and severe persecution. I could not put it under discernment, in case I am truly missing something here. So, there will be no catagory for it unless someone can give me one.

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