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Monthly Archives: January 2020
God protected Israel when she was faithful to the Covenant. Take the time to analyze the broader history of the Ancient Near East. You will see that Israel rose on the collapse of one older and fading empire, and conquered … Continue reading
Never get confused by the published rhetoric: Zionists have always planned to steal Palestine by any means necessary to get what they want. Lying to the Gentiles (everyone who isn’t Jewish) is just a part of the method. Zionists recognize … Continue reading
The way to handle propaganda and lies is not to simply avoid reading news at all, but to be aware of the efforts to manipulate. The ancient Flood of Noah’s day involved breaking a permanent cloud cover over the earth. … Continue reading
While the story is a little breathless and overstated, the substance is accurate enough: Avast and AVG antivirus products are tracking you and selling your data. Furthermore, it is virtually impossible to prevent “unmasking” the individuals within this data flow. … Continue reading
I made an update to my post about mysterious traffic. The problem is most likely something inherent in Linux when running on that laptop. I cannot possibly account for what that might be, but the Linux OS is doing something … Continue reading
As a fiction genre, heart-led people have no use for genuine horror stories and flicks. The campy silly stuff is entertaining enough, but genuine horror fiction is founded on a pagan fear of the unknown, and is wholly inconsistent with … Continue reading
So I restored Linux to my laptop. I tried out Xubuntu and OpenSUSE again before I settled on Linux Mint 19.3. There were some gotchas on Mint, too, but I think I’ve gotten past them. One of the things that … Continue reading
Humanity is fallen. We are all born in mortal flesh that militates against God’s design for us. The only remedy is shedding that fleshly nature. However, the path of redemption means “killing” that fleshly nature while still wearing it. More … Continue reading