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No Other Motivation

Think it through: What produced the wealth of western countries? What is the one factor that separates them from all the countries that don’t have so much wealth? Greed — the worship of Mammon. Of course, it’s more than that, … Continue reading

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Lenin, Globalism and Babylon

This is worth your time: Leninthink. I won’t tell you that this essay is right or wrong, but that will enlighten heart-led people. It puts in concrete terms what Lenin actually did. He was the ultimate Thelamite, the very real … Continue reading

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The Voice of God

The foundation for understanding reality is the Word of God. The root nature of the Fall is trusting human perception and reason versus divine revelation. Human perception and reason is tainted by space-time awareness, among other things, so the long … Continue reading

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It’s Only Going to Get Worse

The noise about the fires in the Amazon watershed in Brazil is just noise. A critical claim in this noise is that the Amazon rain forest is the lungs of the earth. This extravagant claim is based on the idea … Continue reading

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The Crap Filter

Mankind is fallen. The human condition is miserable; anyone can see that, but we assert it is the norm. That is, of all the things that make life unpleasant, we assert that only a few things can be resolved, some … Continue reading

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Filling the Void

Stop for a moment and focus. Listen to your heart. How empty must a man be to invest millions of dollars in a private island for which the sole purpose is getting away with child molestation? Perhaps we could understand … Continue reading

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What Does It Say?

I’m not going to tell you there’s no place for showmanship. When the mission of glorifying God requires drawing attention to your physical presence, then do so. However, this is not the norm. How many times have we been told … Continue reading

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