Found a new interesting perspective on the unfolding mess. Click on the picture to watch the video.
July 1st. 2019
- Hike – 1.4 miles.
- Mosquitos – Thousands.
- One hour away from home.
- Should have started earlier in the day.
..Today’s adventure is a place we have already been a few years ago when we visited from South Carolina.
..Last time the weather was fair and rabbits were all over the place.
..The plan today was to walk around it and then hike to the top. Well… that plan got seriously altered. First of all, a bit of mornings laziness crept into our plans causing to arrive late into the morning. The second was the fact that this time any spot that helps any measure of moisture produced clouds of Mosquito’s Continue reading
..The Ron Wyatt group just posted an update with more information. Click on the picture below to watch the full video.
- Over a mile.
- Three to four hundred foot gain in elevation.
- An hour and a half.
..The growing weather report for the last two days leading to this weeks hike was starting to make us doubt if we were going on the trail at all. Dark gray, gloomy and a bit on the cold side.
..We had already made arrangements with our friends, so we were committed to meet at 8 AM at the trailhead. Continue reading
The Coming Trojan Horse
– An end-times report
..As some of you know I do research on several topics. Looking for patterns, matching it with prophetic stuff either from myself or others. As time passes by, I have learned to see so much of all this stuff interconnected.
One of those subjects that I often watch is archeological in nature. One of the reasons for this is because of Matthew 24: 37-39 Continue reading
There were several open areas in the lower elevation, just before entering the older pine timber forest.
Death is the number one killer of this world.
Life is Sexually Transmitted.
The slowest way to die is good health.
Men really only have two motivations, sexual and food. If you see a gleam in his eyes then make him a sandwich.
Give a person a fish and you feed them for a day. Teach a person to use the internet and they won’t bother you for weeks, months and maybe years.
Health nuts are going to feel stupid at some point, in a hospital, dying of nothing.
Health nuts are a hard bunch to crack.
The world is always happier after a storm – Black Elk
All of us could take a lesson from the weather. It pays no attention to criticism.
In the 60’s, people took acid to make the world weird. Now people take Prozac to make it normal.
Life is like a jar of jalapeño peppers. What you do today might burn on the way out.
Big leaders have big price tags.
There will always be:
A “lie” in Believe
An “Over” in Lover
An “End” in Friend
An “Us” in Trust
And an “If” in Life
A “He” and a “She” in Ashes
David didn’t kill Goliath because he set out to slay giants. He set out to give sandwiches to his brothers, and Goliath got in the way. -Rich Mullins
Tolkien’s famous words in his book, “Speak, Friend and enter.” Has more wisdom in it than most sermons.
“I was quiet, but I was not blind.” -Jane Austen
Never underestimate the therapeutic power of driving and listening to very loud music.
One of the hardest parts of life is deciding whether to walk away or try harder.
Walking away may feel to some like you have given the other side victory, but often it’s about freedom for you.
My silence does not mean you are right
“Makeup can hide a lot of evil.” – Phil Robinson
Behavior is the mirror in which everyone shows their image
Sometimes dreams are wiser than waking – Black Elk
A thought to ponder;
I wonder, how many of the Kings and Priests of the Old Testament would have called their prophets ‘bitter’ because they disagreed with there words?
A Generation to Come.
I often monitor many diﬀerent flows of information, both spiritual information within the church and information happening in the world that few others take the time to look closely at. It’s just the way things have developed in my life.
This last year, what I have seen has been hard, very hard. Looking closely at the church as we know it today Continue reading
Got home today from work. Sitting back, I started listening to music while I unwind from the day. Skipped many different songs on my Spotify list until I ﬁnally came to rest on a selection of older Christian songs that were once so central to our lives. Margaret Becker, Jars of Clay, Brandon Heath, Carolyn Arends, Newsboys, and others. Continue reading