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As a Watchman, I feel compelled to speak, even incompletely, what has been impressed on me today. I don’t have a “thus sayeth the Lord” right now, unless he speaks through the keyboard as I type.


As I was painfully reviewing a personal report from the Colorado fires from Holly Deyo, I was noting the depth of the destruction and pain and carnage, the unpreparedness for the devastation to come. There is no warning, no track, as officials put it, “I have never seen a progressive fire like this and I’ve been doing this a long time.” He indicated that the fire might burn easterly for 3 hours, then for no reason turn northwest, burn for another 4 hours, then turn south and burn for 3 hours. There was no rhyme or reason to this fire.”. Holly related, in regard to trying to help some friends get out of…

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In response to America Has Become A Festering Wound

Hi Glynda,

Thank you for your faithfulness. These words came to me in response for your readers, what a powerful admonition.

It is very true, the challenge of a Christian today can be getting locked up in a mental institution. And that’s the catch, are you qualified to being locked up and put away. For decades, one of the most powerful groups in the world has determined that if you really believe in God, if you really believe He answers prayer, if you really believe that He performs miracles, if you really believe He talks to you and answers your questions then you are psychotically delusional and a potential harm to yourself and those around you, needing to be locked away for your protection and the protection of those around you. Are you up to that challenge?

While praying about this…

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I make no bones about it, this is disgusting

News that matters

Saint Ivo of Kermartin was canonized in June 1347 A.D. The Roman Catholic faithful parades his skull. The bones of the saint have gone missing.

Saint Ivo of Kermartin (17 October 1253 – 19 May 1303), also known Yvo or Ives, as Erwann (in Breton) and as Yves Hélory (also Helori or Heloury in French), was a parish priest among the poor of Louannec, the only one of his station to be canonized in the Middle Ages.

He is the patron of Brittany, lawyers, and abandoned children. His feast day is May 19. Poetically, he is referred to as “Advocate of the Poor.”

Ivo was canonized in June 1347 by Clement VI at the urging of Philip I, Duke of Burgundy.

Source: Wikipedia

Source of some of the photos

My comment:

Christians who have been persecuted by Rome, have possibly been puzzled by where the root of evil is to…

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I always figured there was something else going on. This is great!

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What’s this country coming to and even more so, what’s up with North Carolina? The state, with the city of Chapel Hill, has gotten into more than it’s share of anti-Christian junk and now this comes out, where chaplains have to steer clear of Jesus. Pastor Terry Sartain, a police chaplain, is told by the Charlotte-Mecklenburg Police Dept he can’t invoke the name of Jesus when he prays at public ceremonies. When he asks what he should pray, then, he’s told to pray something secular.


A while back when this secular movement was gaining traction and the words religion and religious kept being tossed about I got to thinking about those words. You’d hear statements of he/she did that religiously, a scientist/researcher did his work religiously so I did an English dictionary look up. To say someone got religion because he came to know the Christ Jesus has been…

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“He is no fool who gives what he cannot keep to gain that which he cannot lose.” : Jim Elliot

Having just celebrated Palm Sunday, commemorating Jesus victorious entry into Jerusalem, I couldn’t help noting the irony of it being April 1, the day of fools. Palm Sunday commemorates Jesus entry into Jerusalem to the tune of songs and chants of praise, coats laid on the ground before Him and palm fronds waving. April 1st is now a day of derision commemorating those folks that refused change, that being the move of the start of the new year to January 1st.

Funny how history goes. In the US, four years ago, the chants of praise, hope and change, restoration of glory followed a candidate around the country. Promises, promises and more promises preceded the crowning of the savior, the messiah for the US. That “savior”, was ushered in to take…

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Kim Kardashian’s Underwear

Wow, doesn’t this say it all. I get so bugged by who’s who and what they’re wearing

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Just a follow up on the previous shaking posting. I was looking at some numbers and noted that over the last seven days there have been nine 6+ earthquakes worldwide, plus the two 8+ off the Indonesian coast. In 2001 there were 137 earthquakes of magnitude 6 or greater, in 2011 there were 205, just over the last week, now, there have been 11. That’s more than one a day. Are things ramping up? I think so.

In 1973 the late David Wilkerson described the vision he was given in which a cataclysmic media dominating earthquake event was to take place (finally no more stories on the color of Kim Kardashian’s underwear like she tweeted to the world 😉 ). This earthquake is to take place in the US, in an area unexpected, not known for earthquakes. It was also to be preceded by a huge earthquake in Japan…

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Well, I’m recovering, now, from hosting our daughter’s wedding a week ago. I never realized how much work, effort and sacrifice go into such an endeavor. This was my first time putting on something big, and this was a small wedding of 90. I can’t imagine one of these huge weddings with hundreds of guests. And through it all I learned something really important about the RSVP.

I grew up in a large, pretty much dysfunctional family. The eighth out of nine kids I pretty much followed the train. My mom was pretty much narcissistic so anything to do with invitations was all about her and nothing really ended up getting down to my end of the pecking order. So etiquette and protocol weren’t important to me, I just followed the crowd. When I was old enough to actually get an invite I didn’t know what RSVP was for let…

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