Whatcom Co. Prophetic


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Whatcom Co. Prophetic, R.A. Foster

Took a wonderful vacation this year. Drove across the United States visiting, taking pictures and generally enjoying life, that is except for unplanned $1600 repair bill in Casper for our exhaust system. Another story for another day.

  A long time ago we lived in Washington state, in fact, we grew up in the state and watched many changes take place.

  A little backstory first. Continue reading

The Divided Mind of a Nation


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The Divided Mind of a Nation – Robert Foster.

I think it was Martin Luther King jr. Who said something to the effect of; “America has a schizophrenic personality.”

As time marches on and I grow older. I see more and more every day just how schizophrenic, not only America has become. But also the world.

There is now, hardly a subject out there that is not “powder keg” to someone. And to make it worse, it’s become obvious to many Americans that certain groups are working very hard to keep it that way.

If you’re a person who like to see that everything is getting better and better. Then much of the violence and actions of the world do not make sense to you.

If you are the type of person who see devils and angry monsters around every rock. Then everything dangerous and you feel the need to stockpile and hide everything for the end of the world. Continue reading

Fireroad in the Last Days


FireroadJust a little bit over fifteen years ago, a story started that I have slowly and carefully watched. For the most part, I have shared this story with only a few people. I have carefully observed, waiting to see if what I am looking at continues to unfold the way I think it might.

Now, once I start talking about this, someone, somewhere will at least start saying in the back of their mind, “where’s your evidence?”

So I will include a few links here and there, but not everything. Simply because I don’t want to overload you, the readers of this article. And I also assume if you want to know more, then you know how to do some research yourself. Continue reading

Wood Heat and the Prophetic


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Wood Heat and the Prophetic

By Robert Foster

 Growing up our first wood heating system in Washington State was a fireplace. After several very cold winters, Dad removed the fireplace and bought a wood stove. I never really understood what took Dad so long to finally give up his fireplace. Now after moving to the South and seeing that fireplaces are everywhere I think I finally understand it was a part of his heritage in Arkansas. For myself, I can understand the draw of a fireplace, you see the fire and get the benefit of some of the warmth. However, I have also owned regular wood stoves and I have also owned modern wood cook stoves. I enjoy the look and feel of a fireplace, but love the heat and efficiency of a quality wood stove. Continue reading

Spiritual History of the Northwest, Chapter 1


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A Snapshot of the Spiritual History of the Northwest Corner of the United States 

Chapter One

By Robert Foster

A few years ago the Lord started me down the road of learning the Spiritual history of the Pacific Northwest. It was once known as the Oregon Territory, and now covers three states as well as parts of two more. The Lord lured me into researching this subject, partly through three dreams that he sent me and the people that he kept connecting me to. Each person had a story that was like part of a puzzle or a snapshot photograph. 

As I started to walk some of this out, the Lord would release another part of the puzzle when I was ready. More than once I have walked into a local library, and almost walked right up to the next book I needed to read. Although that may sound strange, it became normal for me.

 This writing is a snapshot, a collection of stories of what happened. It’s not an exhaustive work, if it were, then chapter one could fill a book all to its own. 

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Preparation: What am I to do?


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Preparation

By Robert Foster

Should a Christian store up food and supplies in preparation for the days ahead, or should we simply trust the Lord and not do anything for the welfare of our household?

Over the years, I’ve heard a variety of people offer their advice on this subject.

Many seem to have the idea that to store away any supplies shows a profound lack of faith and possibly some hidden sin causing you not to place your trust in the Lord.

While others take an opposite, extreme approach and build secret bunkers for the “end of the world,” while treating other people like the crazy uncle who never understands anything. Continue reading