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One more time: The Lord offers no covering or blessings on this earth outside of His covenants. Think through the implications of this. First, there is the matter of what those covenants say to us about our conduct. All of … Continue reading
On the one hand, this is just a hobby blog. On the other hand, I remain committed to the Radix Fidem covenant, and will promote it here from time to time. It’s a covenant, not a religion. If anything, it’s … Continue reading
The record is clear: God hates centralization of human society and government. All you need is to look at the Tower of Babel. The meaning of that story is that any effort to centralize human culture, religion and government will … Continue reading
This is just more of my mad gibbering. One more time: It won’t matter who sits in the White House this next year. That is, I’m utterly certain it will make no difference for me; there will be tribulation either … Continue reading
The logic goes something like this: If I announce something as a prophetic word from God, and it does not come true, either I am dishonest or I am crazy. I plead the latter. According to Biblical Law, someone with … Continue reading
This kind of post would normally show up on the other blog, but I want maximum dispersion of this message. We don’t generate a strategy; we receive one from God. I can’t speak for you and your faith, but when … Continue reading
If you insist on reading John’s Revelation literally, you’ll never understand anything. It’s not a specific forecast, but a revelation of how things work. It’s written in the language of Hebrew parables, a well established lore of symbols taken from … Continue reading