Tuesday, September 6, 2016

Mark Zuckerberg Meets the Pope

Are those more interesting hand shakes? The pointed index finger means something. Anyhow this is not a good development. The gift he gave him of a drone is weird too, like backing up the surveillance state? "Taking the internet to rural areas"? I use the internet obviously since I am here talking to all of you, but I can see the problems with the internet. I see it's future of complete control and Revelation 13 implications of "buying and selling".

I have a Facebook account, I know it's kind of a scary admission to make. I'm embarrassed to admit it. In my particular case, I don't care what Facebook finds out. Because of this blog, I was sent enough "trojan horses", they already dug up whatever boring dirt there was to find on me. The one betrayer who later went on about "curses" constantly under the guise of being a concerned and "real" Christian friend probably was on an information hunt too.

Outside the PMs to friends, I have decided to curtail more of my participation there recently and even there, I am telling them I want to take things more to email.  I feel like the place is influencing my life in a negative way. My life has become "too virtual" as it is. I need to get a "real" life, but those seem harder to find. If I was in good health, I do think I'd move to some very old fashioned area, where there was less dependence on social media and the rest.

Regarding my own Facebook account, I have asked myself "What was I thinking?", it does predate this blog. Being seriously hearing impaired, my difficulty using the phone not being able to hear all voices gave me more motivation to be there,  to communicate with friends who are all long distance and network and do research for one of my rare health conditions but I have my serious regrets and reservations. If you have managed to stay away keep at it, but if you have an account, be careful on there.

I have been able to research things on Facebook for this blog but more and more I have regretted my involvement. For some odd reason, my life ended up being one devoid of in real life people and where everyone is far away and where the majority of my social interaction came via the internet--this can happen to chronically disabled people.  We get shunted into this social no-man's land.  I have used Facebook to witness, and to warn of things I do here, it informed me of that "awakening" trend and all those Jesuit masks, though I obviously keep my real identity separate from this blog. Be very cautious on Facebook "conspiracy" boards and even the few "Christian Truther" places there are, they do the usual of telling some truths and introducing a few deceptions. The controlled opposition rules apply there too.

One thing I have noted however is Facebook is being used for more social conformity pushing people even harder into "group think" via demographic influences. I have seen its effect on people. I have avoided these effects but I see it happening all over the place. People want to be noticed, liked and 'deemed acceptable to others'. They want to show themselves for human status and wanting people to like them and these are things that can bring departure from God and an authenticity in life.
Years ago people keeping up with the Joneses just saw the new car in the driveway, they didn't see vacations, trips, political opinions and list of friends and career contacts.

I notice how all the "LIKING" buttons make people want to have people see them as acceptable people with the "right opinions". By the way I got dumped by dozens of people for unwanted Christian views. I am not one of those people with a thousand friends on there.

Also people are not talking to each other and even the nature of "friendship" seems to have changed. I guess I sound like an old woman when I post things like this, but "friendship" too seems to have become just another status symbol with the numbers of friends being the most important. People don't meet in person anymore, even if you live local, it seems easier for people just to communicate by the screen. I feel odd dreaming of an earlier time in life where relationships seemed more spontaneous and real. It's like a mourning.

I had a weird moment the other day too, when I saw some friends posting pictures of themselves hugging each other, they were visiting a family member in the hospital. These are very nice people, I am not super close to them but they are people I know in my community. They were smiling hugging a sick sister in a hospital bed, everyone looking at the camera. A few videos were made. I had a weird thought, "Well if you are there to visit each other, why is the camera and videos so important where everyone is looking outward?" I hope people here understand what I mean. These are some of the subtle things I am talking about.

I thought well memories are being made, but it seems odd to me this importance of people taking pictures to show how many friends they have and how "close" they are to one another. It is like they are putting their social and family connections on display as a sort of virtue signaling. Yes I know I am strange having thoughts like this. Remember that vainglory article I wrote, and the one about the Duggars too?  Family, children and possessions have become "things" trophies to brag of. To the seared and what psychologists would refer to as narcissists, other people are "objects". They become "objects" to brag of same as the consumerist society made shopping a status contest.

I once said to my husband, I don't want the internet with me everywhere I go. Neither of us have ever owned a smart phone though I have had a couple very cheap cellphones with just calling capability. I want to be "left alone" and not in the "net" so to speak. He feels the same way. While we can use a basic computer and laptop, technologically we are way behind. I have held and handled a few friend's smart phones and been unable to use them.

People all over Facebook willingly track where they are and where they go. Most of the people online now are on their smart phones. Their entire lives are documented. I don't want to be a hypocrite here as I obviously have documented life on blogs but something seems odd about all of it. Do we have to "document" life to have lived it? Some may think I am getting off the topic here but it's something I am thinking about. What are the spiritual ramifications with all this?

Facebook I think is more then just a surveillance spot but an social engineering spot as well and it's socially engineering people like crazy. This is being done religiously with the false Christians, promoting their "best life" and positive thinking theologies all over place and even good old fashioned "peer pressure" to get people in line. Today if you have the "wrong" opinions, that like button will not be pressed and you will find a dozen people "unfriending" you. 

So it's creepy that Zuckerberg met with the Pope.

Why the Pope Met with So Many Tech CEOs


Anonymous said...

I have avoided FB like the plague despite the fact that my Christian friends have hopped on the bandwagon. I tried to tell some Christian friends about the shady and underhanded origins of FB and reminding them about not having fellowship with the works of darkness, but to no avail. They pooh pooh that and say I should get with the times and that if that bothers me I should stop using the internet and other modern inventions like electricity because Edison was not a Christian. These statements are right out of the pit and show a lack of discernment. Some say they use FB to witness - well, see how that flies after the powers that be decided to use FB to track Christians. I suppose they could use other means, but social media is certainly wide open.

I am left out of the loop with family events and pictures and I know some people who have caved in and joined just to keep up with family matters. Whatever happened to picking up the phone or even e-mailing or texting? I do have a smart phone and I do text. I find it convenient when I am away from my computer. But that is as far as it goes. I think we should use modern inventions within the realm of what is pleasing to God.

I am considered strange because I am not on FB. God says that His people are peculiar. I am not ashamed to be counted among that number.

Oh, another thing - once you are on FB and then decide to dump it, it is easier to get rid of a tattoo. You are forever embedded in their system. That should tell us something.

Shelly said...

No. You don't sound like an old woman. I agree. I have a Face Book Account that I deleted a couple of times. I have it back but haven't been on much. If only I had the money for a mountain. I would buy it and live off the land.

Anonymous said...

I closed my facebook account a few years ago and never looked back. If you are awake to the new world order not sure why anyone would want to be a part of facebook. I see everyone with their iphones and sometimes think I would like one but I'm glad I don't cause I know I am NOT missing anything.

Anonymous said...

Yeah, I have left facebook. It is a waste of my time, and I can go to the blogs I like to coupon from or read from themselves, not utilizing facebook. I too have been thinking about getting "back to basics". My own mother, sits on her tablet ALL day playing games, on facebook, and when you speak to her will literally ignore you or take a remote and turn up the television. Not only is it rude, but there is plenty to do in her own home to pass time.
I want to go back to the country and live myself. I had dial up internet, rarely used it, a home phone, no cell phone. Its good to see others seeing and issue with this!

Bible Believer said...

Yeah I say avoid facebook, if you aren't already there. I know I let some of my circumstances get me on there and should have though more carefully about it. I believe especially if someone is young, keep off there. With me, there's less to lose, I've already had trojans sent out over this blog and it started even at the very beginning. So surveillance from FB is the last of my worries but for the normal or young person just keep away from there. I see FB being used for tracking and the smart phones too, even the cheap cell phones have trackers in them. Agree they probably keep what is on there embeded in their system.

Thanks Shelly, understand deleting the accounts and staying off more now. Wish you had money for a mountain and land to live off of. With good health I would move to a more rural place where things are more close knit and not so much social media but it's not possible now.

I don't plan to get an Iphone. I don't want to be reachable everywhere. I know they are convienient, I have the el cheapo cellphone for a car break down.

Agree about getting back to basics. Yes I have seen those Facebook games, all time wasters and mind deadening, I never played any of them. What is scary is when you visit or try to talk to people and they are looking at screens. When I still had contact with relatives, remember seeing some nieces and nephews at the relatives house, I hadn't seen them in two years, but one could not unglue them from their iphones and computers. It was unsettling. The art of conversation and connection seems dead.

My own mother, sits on her tablet ALL day playing games, on facebook, and when you speak to her will literally ignore you or take a remote and turn up the television. Not only is it rude, but there is plenty to do in her own home to pass time.
I want to go back to the country and live myself. I had dial up internet, rarely used it, a home phone, no cell phone. Its good to see others seeing and issue with this!

Anonymous said...

I don't do facebook. I think your perceptions are correct about the platform. Good article. - Don

Scott Wasinski said...

What an interesting meeting. Two puppets of Satan gleefully joining hands and laughing it up as they are on top of the world. The Lord shall have them in derision.

I signed up for fakebook back in about Nov 2010. I used it as a platform to forward information about legislation, Executive order, hidden and open agendas, and of course, let everyone know what Obama had been doing on behalf of his master. I then deleted my account in Feb 2011. It seemed that the majority of people were more interested in seeing someone's new baby "PICTURES" (not actually the baby) and hearing about someone's trip to the dentist or how much coffee they can swallow down, than they were about the things that have lasting impacts on our actually lives and our world. I saw the social trends that gendered to narcissism and anti-social behavioral engineering. I warned people (and still do) that fakebook should never replace going to someone's house, holding hands, hugging, being in the physical company of actual people that matter. Nowadays, people don't even seem to want company. It's not just fakebook, but all forms of digital media. Even this blog, YouTube, Forums, (anti)social networks, etc.... they all are forms of disconnecting people from people. Social networking is an oxymoron paradox.

As with "anonymous," I too have been alienated from family gatherings and family news, because I am not on fakebook, so it would be extra effort to actually pick up the phone and call. It's so much easier to do a group message or post a feed on the wall. I was in an institutional church when I was on fakebook and I found that the extent of "fellowship" really did revolve around those that were "friends" on the site.

Mark himself, declared that the people that use his site are idiots.

But are we any better?

BB, I think you nailed it with the REV 13. I suspected a long time ago that the image of the beast is the internet of things. It has been given "life" and through the internet connectivity, anyone that does not have their identification verified through it, will not be able to buy and sell. They shall indeed be hunted down and killed as "terrorists."

Verichip, Verisign, Verifone, Veizon, all deal with the personal key codes of identification "security," which is the theme that we see in REV 13:18

I'm not a robot (yet)

Bible Believer said...

Thanks Don, I am glad you are off Facebook.

Scott W, I agree about them being two puppets of Satan. They make me sick. Both with their extreme wealth lording over others, they have their reward now.

I agree about the people just posting about endless shallow things, endless "cute cat" pictures, and bragging about shopping and trips. When you post "serious" things, those get ignored. None are interested in any causes or lets say very few. I am hurting from lacking for physical company and it's gotten worse. I have my husband Thank God but I have a very very isolated life. I don't think I am the only one either. I have this friend from college who is healthy and has money and tells me she is always alone, and can't meet any friends either. She lives long distance from me. I miss seeing people in person, having people to talk to etc. Now no one seems to even want to talk to you, they are always "busy". I know moving from my old rural town made things worse but things were changing there even, it's descended into worse poverty and drugs. I need medical and other resources here, but yes people are not talking to each other.

Also sometimes I have faced facts, that knowing people online is not always the same as knowing someone in person. Sometimes someone online becomes real friends, we write like pen pals, etc for years, and talk on the phone--these are ones with voices I can hear or have tolerance for my hearing problems but that's rare and takes more energy and dedication, these have been rewarding friendships but I ask myself how did I end up with a life where everyone ended up far away. Imagine a friend dying, you have talked to on the phone everyday for 15 years and they are so far away, you can't even go see them or afford to see them before they die.

A a lot of the other stuff, they come and go like the wind, or they end up being complete fakes like the trojans who just want to play games or "control" or have jollies or use you as a counseling trash can for a short time.

Bible Believer said...

So your warning about being in the actual physical company of people rings true. I believe the powers that be want people disconnected. I've always been shy and haven't had things socially perfect but I remember days when people TALKED to each other, and it hurts. It seems everyone is stranger. Someone could say move "back home" to my old rural town but then so many have died or moved themselves there is no home to go to. I was moved around constantly as a child and forced to move as an adult way too much via economic pressures and husband trying to make a living. Steven Anderson may shout at me for being this gung-ho feminist type, but really on some important stuff, my husband has made some of the decisions around here, not me. I have no family either, I have spoken of why on this blog many times.

People don't want company now, I have seen this myself. I take refuge in some structured social things when my health allows it like book clubs etc, but socially things are very different then they ever used to be. Everyone is on the constant comparison game too, and the bragging and the "branding" and "display" of themselves. I know you mention my blog, LOL I won't argue, don't you all know I wish I had actual real world in the flesh Christian fellowship instead, not trying to diss anyone here, some of you have made great contributions, but some here surely yearn for real life fellowship. Why is that so rare? Why can't I talk to anyone without upsetting them even on the most minor of issues? Why do I have to walk on eggshells with so many people? Why don't I meet anyone IRL that sees through the brain-wash matrix? That last church wore me, out all Republican bots, there was a couple on the edge NWO aware types at least in the rural church. Do any of you ever ask this too?

Yes unless one is on Facebook you can be alienated from your family. Some of my division began years ago, when I was posting Christian things on Facebook, to the one point one relative forbid me to talk about religion in her house and I did not show up. But there too the relationships have become more shallow, people see a few pictures and think that's a real visit, it's not. I don't have a family anymore except the family of God, but even between family members there's less real sharing or closeness anymore. Its affected the churches too.

I am not surprised Mark mocked people on Facebook

Yes with Revelation 13, I feel like we are being put in a net, and it's all over the place. We may all have to leave the internet at a certain point. It is possible. I believe even the days for this blog or ones like it being allowed are numbered.

Let me be frank, years ago, I warned of controlled opposition, real places online are RARE. I agree with you and think they plan ID verification and the rest via the internet. No doubt of it. Remember those articles I have posted about ID cards in Africa and others working to cover every area of ground in the world with the internet, that's what his rural drone was about so no place is safe except praying for safety in the Lord. There is also not only the physical nets they are throwing over people but the emotional ones TOO.

I think some of us Christians are paying major major social prices for our beliefs and who we are. I know I am. John 15:18.

If I was healthy I would move to a far more remote place, one perhaps stuck back in the past but even the rural areas are changing. I realize even when I was in my small rural town, many friends were of the Silent Generation and much older. Even to find people who valued what I valued made that so.

All the robot, transhumanism and other creepy stuff, are all going to bad places.

Anonymous said...

Very interesting article. Thank-you.
My mother used to take a lot of family pictures after my father left. I think she was trying to prove to herself she still had a good family life. It is sad. People may even be taking pictures when they are happy; but they still may be trying to hold on to something that isn't quite there.

Anonymous said...

Lately I have been thinking the TV and the internet were the beast also.
Think about it. The whole world will follow the beast. Remember when TV was relatively new, people were amazed by it. Now it has gotten really violent and very occult.But almost every person has a TV or is on the internet, myself included.
It's defiantly something to consider.I mean how close can you be to God if you are always on the internet or watching TV. I don't watch much TV, but I know I spend too much time on the internet because of being chronically ill and thus isolated. I am trying to curb my time.
I too miss real life relationships and I know people who are well who don't have many friends, so something is happening.

Anonymous said...

I just saw a video that has gone viral about kids at the dinner table eyes glued to their screens. They brought in people who changed the pictures on the walls, sat in place of other family members, even switched mothers and the kids were oblivious, that is until they unplugged the wifi. Then the kids looked around and were shocked at all the changes. The article said it was "hilarious". I don't find anything funny about it. It is tragically sad and probably acted out in homes all over. We have become a bunch of zombies addicted to our screens whether they be on a laptop or amartphone or tablet. It is downright scary to see kids so young doing this.

Anonymous said...

BB, you are right about the prophecy regarding selling and buying. This same prophecy (Revelation 13) talks about worshipping the image of the beast by the nations. So if internet is available in the most rural areas then worshipping of this beast by all nations is soon to be attained. Part of me feels like we are also worshipping the beast by partaking in using the net (which is like a beast in itself) to connect with other believers - God help us all!

Bible Believer said...

I wonder if your mother is like those people on facebook trying to hold on to something that isn't there, so I understand. I feel weird seeing the endless pictures of smiling people on Facebook, most of the pictures look POSED. Think about that if fun was really being had, would someone say "Oh I gotta take a picture of this!" By the way I like photography, I had a good camera for a time which broke but took pictures of flowers and butterflies, etc, but it wasn't like that.

Yes everyone is on the TV or internet. So am I. I try to avoid the "bad" stuff on TV but even there one has to be careful not to be caught up in a commericial and even nature shows can have predictive programming with them if they do the evolution spiels. I agree about time with God being separate too. I do walk around and think and pray a lot not being hooked in but I agree we have to curb the time. One thing in this world is they will keep you running like a hamster. I don't want to do busy for busy sake, and don't have the energy. On here I do get behind sometimes, try to post every week, and then 10 days whooshes by....that's happened a few times.

Sorry you miss real life relationships. I do too. I do the structured social stuff, [ie take classes in interests, community events, etc] but even there, it seemed hard to get close to anyone anymore so I just enjoy the activities for what they are. This can be limited for me though because of the health to only certain times of the year.

Yes I have been meeting well people too who have money and ability to travel etc, who don't seem to have any friends either. Several people here have told me, "we don't have any friends" I don't think they even have long distance phone friendships. One thing I have noticed is many are always busy with various projects. Even the retired crowd get out the day-planners. I used to blame chronic illness for being so socially isolated but I have heard the healthy say the same thing to me.

I agree with you something is happening. Society is changing and this is not in a good way.

This is a very old article...pertains to this discussion


Bible Believer said...

I wouldn't find that video funny either. Its horrible. The kids are so tuned out. One thing with me, I am still reading several books a week, and have time to just rest my mind, I doubt the kids are getting that. I feel like I can't talk to young people. It's scary when I go out, I am completely untethered to the internet, but everyone is staring at a screen, and the younger they are, the worse it is.

I agree about the worship of the beast, well the whole world will have to "see" the beast, so they have to have technology everywhere. TV did change it. This is going to sound odd to some of you but one reason I believe I became NWO aware beyond God's doing, is I spent 5 years WITHOUT any TV. I didn't own one and when I did own one, I was too poor for Internet and even earlier then the internet any cable and I lived in places where reception was poor or nonexistant. Poverty separated me from television and other factors. So it's like I had the time untethered to the whole system. When I lived in my rural town, that place was so poor no one owned a smart phone or barely anyone even in 2006....but I am sure that has changed, I had culture shock coming here. These factors helped. I can go a few days not watching any TV just puttering around, there is no TV in the bedroom.

Anyhow with the ID cards, and the buying and selling all being hooked into the internet--I even worry about those food services that come to people's houses closing down grocery stores but maybe that is a just a stray thought, it makes me wonder. I do feel like even the influence of the Internet is growing, oh not sure I can explain this one, I saw that weirdo Mandela junk all of a sudden everywhere. By the way when I first encountered that topic, I thought it too obscure to cover here, and then that grew all over the place. The internet is forming "reality" on it's own in a way. LOL Hope I don't freak people out with that one, but staying clear-minded in these days seems a harder proposition.

I don't know one Christian who is new world order aware or believes the same way I do about the church system locally or in the flesh. Some of the church ones I meet are nice, sure a few are saved here and there. Does that shock some of you? Even finding people of conscience who question the system is difficult. [my husband does read the blog and is supportive of it]

I agree God help us all.

Scott Wasinski said...

BB, we are not alone. We are all in the same boat and that boat is being directed by the occult leaders of the world. After the tribulation is past (It will come to PASS)I hope that Jesus has a special rural place for you with family and friends that visit everyday. I had an old friend stop by this last weekend. I don't get company very often. He turned off the internet 3 years ago. Sure he's out of the loop on many things, but he is enjoying life a lot more being offline. I feel as though the internet has become a huge obstacle in my own life. I talk with people when I am travelling around for work, but being desirous to share the gospel with people, it doesn't make my presence very welcomed in most places John 15:18.

My wife left me 3 &1/2 years ago and stole my sons away from me. I get them every other weekend and have had a couple of weeks straight this last summer with them, but apart from that, i spend a lot of time online, youtube videos and comments, "Christian forums" news articles, emailing and have even resorted to craigslist to meet people.

It seems no matter where you go, people are isolated and disconnected. Very, very few people have ever read the Bible and even fewer want to know what implications the Word has on our lives and in our near future. Things are going to get really bad, really soon. I have wrestled with wanting to be alive in a different era. I have concluded that the Lord God has the best plan and everyone of us has been put on this earth at this particular time for a reason and even though I might not like it, we have been put here for such a time as this.

I feel as though I am in a position where I am dormant, waiting for the time of escape (Revelation 12:6,1416 Matt 24:15-22

I am expecting to see Jerusalem encompassed by armies prior to the general sElection this year. I have been watching the prophecies unfold and I stand in amazement that so many people think they know end times prophecy when they were sealed up and the words were shut up until the time of the end. That is another story altogether. Suffice it to say that most everyone knows that something is about to take place. I feel bad for those that refuse to hear the words of God. I often hope that most of them will turn to Him when the tribulation does begin, but the Word tells a much different future.

And the fourth angel poured out his vial upon the sun; and power was given unto him to scorch men with fire.
And men were scorched with great heat, and blasphemed the name of God, which hath power over these plagues: and they repented not to give him glory.

And the fifth angel poured out his vial upon the seat of the beast; and his kingdom was full of darkness; and they gnawed their tongues for pain,
And blasphemed the God of heaven because of their pains and their sores, and repented not of their deeds.

I find it interesting that it does not say that they "cursed God", but that they "blasphemed the name of God" That indicates that they still go about ignorantly claiming or attributing the name of God falsely.

I can only imagine what that will look like.

I wish to God that I could offer a more positive outlook for the near future, but the reality of the matter is that things are going to get much worse. It will only be at the end of all of the great trouble, that we shall be comforted when the Lord Himself shall descend with the great sound of that last trumpet and the dead in Christ shall rise first and we which are alive and remain shall meet with Him in the clouds.

I'm not a robot :)

Anonymous said...

Hello BB, a sobering discussion I must say. Just to encourage those who are feeling alone these days we are in, it is ok. God did separate Abraham from his family, Lot was separated from his in-laws, Joseph was separated from his brothers. The Israelites were not to imitate the heathen or copy their norms. We as Christians are required to come out from among them (2 Corinthians 6, Revelation 18). And if it means being alone like John on the Island of Patmos, so be it. But we must be ready for the tough times ahead. (Ephesians 6:10-17).

PS - There is talk of the UN Religious Council electing a leader (the Dalai Lama is being proposed I think) whose offices will be in Jerusalem. I am thinking that the stage is being set for the abomination Jesus talked about. (Matthew 24:15-18 "When ye therefore shall see the abomination, spoken of by Daniel the prophet, stand in the holy place... Then let them which be in Judea flee into the mountains...")

God bless.

Anonymous said...

It does feel lonely lately but we shouldn't despair. God knows each one of us who have purposed not to bow to the beast. In 1 Kings 19, Elijah the prophet assumed that he was the only one who hadn't bowed down to Baal. However, God assured him that there were 7,000 in Israel who hadn't worshipped Baal. Let us press on, be still and know that He is God.

Anonymous said...

Scott; you are too funny! I too, call Facebook, "Fakebook!" You should see the eyes of others flare with rage when I call it "Fakebook" to their faces, not knowing that they have accounts or spend hours upon hours worshiping it. Fakebook is like the telephone where people have hours upon hours to gossip, lie, slander and destroy other people's lives. I have one woman call me just for the purpose of destroying a local pastor's reputation/family because he was not an Assembly of God pastor, and she wanted him out of the leadership system of that church! Oh, but first she pretended to care about me and asked, "How are you today?" Then quickly followed suit with, "Oh my g-d, did you know....."

This is how the work of satan operates within societies....and He seems to be using church folks just fine to accomplish his end time goals, but we know as believers, in the end, it is Jesus Who Reigns forever.

I personally don't know which is the most evil, Fakebook, or busy body church folks who love the destroy others over the telephone, cell/smart phone.

In teaching children Sunday School within the religious system, I am amazed at how worldly these children are, bringing their personal cell phones/smart phones, laptop computers, cameras, electronic games, etc. into our classroom where we were supposed to be studying God's Word. And their attention spans were all but five minutes in learning about Jesus, another side effect of this electronic age, and the parents of these materialistic, thank-less children are responsible for this electronic feeding frenzy for they themselves are highly engaged in the addiction of being constantly stimulated.

Douglas Andrew Willinger said...

My opinion on Facebook;

It is potentially a great means of communication, but two things to remember:

Do you want to post anything that you would not want others to see?

Do you really trust the privacy settings to filter who can see what you post? Assume that the privacy settings are NOT sacrosanct, and how you set them may be revealing.

Scott Wasinski said...

Great words of encouragement anon. Thank you. One thing that I would love to add is that we have been taught a lot of wrong things about the end times. Every time I have sought the Lord regarding instruction in the Word, He never fails. I have known since I was born again in 1998 that we are living in the last days. I was taught many false things in end times prophecy and when I began to fervently seek the Lord specifically regarding the AoD, He would bring me over-and-over, again-and-again to the many scriptures that declare plainly "We are the temple of God." That caused me to search out and discover that there is NOWHERE in the scripture that says a "third temple" shall be erected. It is only presumed to be (and falsely so). I had been believing a lie.

Knowing that this one event is the last chance to escape into the wilderness, the implications of it are tremendous. We have been deceived to believe that there will be a third temple. There is going to be the spirit of antichrist (most likely Satan, himself) indwelling people on a global scale. Being inside of each person, there he will declare himself as God. It will cause many to blaspheme the Holy Spirit. I do not know exactly how it is all going to go down. I do suspect that it has something to do with electro magnetic technology and Wi-Fi, since all spirits are detected and manipulated by emf. But what I do know is that as the time approaches, more and more is being revealed and getting clearer. I think that people are going to be the eyes and ears of the serpent when he is cast out of heaven REV 12:6-17. How else could we "see the AoD if we are "in the field" or "on the housetop"? We shall see a change in people. They already have people programmed to be the eyes and the ears for the massive surveillance state. How much more when they are possessed by the spirit of antichrist. I am sure that many people here are aware of HAARP, radio frequency, mind control technology, Wi-Fi,

What I know for certain is that the Lord declares that "we are the temple of God" and "he"
shall stand in the temple of God. David said "Let my prayer be set forth before thee as incense; and the lifting up of my hands as the evening sacrifice."

When Daniel was given the vision, he said "And whiles I was speaking, and praying, and confessing my sin and the sin of my people Israel, and presenting my supplication before the LORD my God for the holy mountain of my God; Yea, whiles I was speaking in prayer, even the man Gabriel, whom I had seen in the vision at the beginning, being caused to fly swiftly, touched me *about the time of the evening oblation*."

The physical temple had been destroyed. It was not in existence at the time. The evening oblation was his prayer.

I have more to add, but I am currently watching Jerusalem to see it encompassed by armies. That precedes the AoD.

I'm not a robot

Anonymous said...

That's deep "I'm not a robot".

Daniel's prayer is a precursor to Jesus' words "those who worship God must worship him in spirit and in truth" (John 4). We know the Spirit of God (I presume), but do we know the truth? "Sanctify them Lord through your word, your word is truth" (John 17, Psalm 119). We have to know the WORD of God to have an understanding of the times we are in. Paul compels us to be sober. The electronic gadgets are dulling our senses... Me included. God help us indeed.

I am thankful for this discussion - iron sharpens iron.

God bless each and everyone of you.

Grammy G said...

It is indeed crazy times we are living in. People are becoming numb to the news of shootings and riots as they become common place and the hearts are hardened. The world will handle things much differently than the spirit-filled Christian ought to. It is important to keep in mind that while all other religions must practice things externally to make their religions obvious to others, the Christian does not. True Christianity cannot be outlawed nor hindered unless we make it about ourselves instead of the Lord. If we worship in spirit and in truth, noone can take that away. If we set it in our hearts to do the will of the Father in heaven, no one can hinder our faith. All of these OUTWARD practices being shown on the news, are for man-not the Lord. They are designed to get us to change our focus away from INWARD faith. When we take what God meant to set us free and mingle it with our own devised practices or principles, it is not about Him, but about our own warped sense of self. It is so very important that we focus on what is happening within us that causes us to feel we must respond externally to something that is clearly not of God. In these days, we must remember there is nothing anyone can do to threaten our faith, because it is an internal condition that is expressed externally by our love toward others, our obedience to God, and our desires to be holy as He is Holy. No gold! No ceremonies! No filthy lucre'! No standing on the street-corner to be noticed of others. Just having The Word hidden in our hearts that we might not sin against God (Ps 119:11) so that we do all we do in spirit AND in Truth. Who can take that away? Blessings precious ones! Press on!

Anonymous said...

Amen Grammy!

Anonymous said...

Grammy G,

May our LORD be with you dear friend of Jesus! I needed to hear these words of encouragement because it is the truth. Our faith in Jesus is judged by those around us who attend and make church membership a mandatory preface for being saved. Wicked and evil hearts and minds sit in churches weekend after weekend, seeking and devising ways to kill and destroy the workings of the Holy Spirit within the believers who have a strong inward faith that will not bend to the apostasy of man.

There has been talk about are believers willing to lose it all in the event that our faith in Jesus alone for salvation, will be tested? How many church attendees will fight to the very end to hold on to their 'money/stuff/reputations/church leadership positions, etc.' is if any of this will truly save them? We have been brainwashed in this country to believe that patriotism equals true Christianity. Many within my former church system worship and praise our American military, not understanding that our country is not fighting to defend our freedoms, but have killed and destroyed in the name of conquering/protecting national interests. And innocent lives have been lost.

We claim to be a Christian nation, and yet, these are the words emanating from church attendees mouths/hearts/minds...."I am so proud."

These are the words of those who profess Christ (from clergy to the lower laity); these are the words of a so called Christian nation (who has used tools of satan to conquer), these are the words we are teaching our youth in the name of self esteem, self entitlement, self promotion, everything to do with the self to be seen, heard, worshiped and praised......all because we have not been taught true humility in Jesus Christ.

The number one word in our churches at this point in history, is not Jesus, but LEADERSHIP. Oh, how our LORD must be weeping for us.

Anonymous said...

I still have a FB acct but am keeping it for witnessind purposes. I have lived in different places over the course of my life, and FB enables me to look up and "friend" old neighborhood kids, the kids I used to ride the bus with, former students and classmates, acquaitances, etc... I have private messaged dozens of people with my Christian gospel messages and links based on Scripture. For me this is another tool for spreading gospel seeds. I have more "friends" to get to with the plan of salvation.

Bible Believer said...

Scott W, I agree about us being directed by the occult leaders of the world. Thanks for your wishes for me to have friends to visit. Well family that is a forgone conclusion. I am glad you have an old friend to visit you, glad he is enjoying life more offline. I know we are discussing moving and other options. Life around here is not very socially connected. If I didn't need medical care and other resources here, we would have already left. I am sorry your wife left and stole your sons away from you, it is good you can still see them some times but I know that is not the same. I spend a lot of time online aside from time with husband, for me, there would be no one to talk to. I agree people are isolated and getting more disconnected. There's no one to talk to about anything deep. In my rural town there was a few who knew what was going on and willing to talk about it but here, it's not happening. Sometimes I am in shock seeing people willing to talk about things online but they never do in real life, it's all Republican bot land. The churches felt even more lonely. I may do a bible study but it's not pastor led. I hope there will be some worthwhile conversation, it could go either way. Sometimes I have witnessed in those positions even.
I wish I had been alive in another era too and place. My life did not turn out that good on this earth outside my marriage and being born again. I know society would call me a "loser" and God a "winner" for accepting salvation in Jesus Christ, but there's many in my place. We are adrift in this world. Scripture does say God puts us in a different time and place for His reasons. I agree about the time of "escape". I prayed to God about leaving here, but was told "just wait" and not given a new place to go yet. Once I figured that out or am shown I would go. My health keeps me more tethered then I'd otherwise be.

I agree about would be wars or Jerusalem surrounded, the elite are putting their usual warmongers in. Either the Jesuit behind Hillary or Trump [aka Drumpf] More are ignoring prophecy, even the churches, the last IFB never mentioned it except some references to a pre-trib rapture. Most will turn against God during the tribulation sadly.

They probably keep up worship of the antichrist and blaspheme God that way.

I wish I could have a more positive look too, most of the think positive stuff is to help in the delusion, where people are ignoring more serious events and not getting spiritually right with God. Thanks for your post.

Bible Believer said...

Thanks anon for your encouragement. My division from the family is spiritual. There is no way that someone who writes a blog like this would be welcomed in uber-Catholic circles or vice versa. I had to walk even based on spiritual things and was being cut of on the other end. My mother has had dinner with bishops, and well the family connections in the Catholic church go deep. Also the bible tells us to flee the wicked, so my conscience is clear there, but I know I missed out having a loving and good family in this world. So yes like Abraham, Lot and Joseph. I did come from out from among them. I paid some prices in this world but it was necessary. I think they knew from the start I would be different as well too. So yes when we come out from among them there can be some isolation. Even leaving that last IFB, there was no choice, I felt like I was spiritually dying on the vine, I could not praise war with the rest of them.

I should look into the UN religious councils plans, interesting about the Dalai Lama. I think the stage is being set too. I cut off a friend who became a Dalai Lama follower. I couldn't abide by it and she refused the gospel. So yes some of us will have isolation due to these spiritual realities. My conscience is clear, I warned her and was very very direct.

Yes we were shown the numbers in the bible with Elijah and others.

Bible Believer said...

I have called it Fakebook too. I will keep the account for the PMs, and for some art photograph storing for now, and research but plan to post less then I was. I did witness to everyone on there and will still do that. I'm ignored by the ones not happy with me. Two who were outraged by the Burning Man post and have gone very quiet.

I agree about the slanders and more. My health boards were even a snakepit of backstabbings and I went quiet though I made a few friends on there. The phone can be dangerous too, and yes busy body church folks can be the worse. I fear the "fix its' and "do gooders" us disabled folks who have visible disabilities can be among their worse victims if we are not careful. They do work to destroy others. A lot of this is done by faking concern, ie: "Did you know Sally is addicted to prescription medication"? Oh I am so concerned, let's pray for Sally. Sally may not even be an addict and may have tremors from Parkinsons or anxiety disorders. Sometimes I hated those prayer lists in IFB bulletins where people asked for prayer or specific illnesses and unemployment, it was fodder for the gossip mill.

I can't imagine teaching Sunday School in today's world and will pray for you. I was at the grocery store yesterday and everyone was looking at their phone while buying groceries, it was weird, they can't even keep their minds on one task, and it sounds exhausting. I think the constant stimulation is doing bad things to people's minds, their attention spans are crud, they can't hold conversations, there's no deep thinking.

Bible Believer said...

Do you believe anon that a counterfeit third temple is to be built? I have written one is to be but it is fake and of the antichrist while the real temple is the church.
I am glad God showed me the way out of false Zionism and other lies too. I am seeing a change in people now. Hope no one thinks I am weird but I am. I told husband and one close friend people seem to be going more evil quickly like they are spiritually dead inside. [Yes I am mindful of my own sins here, but people are bringing out some new feelings in me, even the depths of the betrayal I have faced with one playing Christian to me for years--I had dreams about her and took too long to detach even suspecting]

Yes they can use those technologies on people don't forget Blue Beam and how they can send a voice now into people's heads, remember that advertising campaign that did so?

I think many aspects of the Internet are being used, the games and more, to specially dull the senses, ever see those weird ads on the bottom of click bait, I was going to post on this but though it may be too much? Some of that stuff seems like mind control brainwashing.

I agree with you Grammy people are being hardened, with all the shootings crimes and more. Even reports of outrageous crimes are being used. I have notice the news keep pushing these incest news and babies dying in hot cars. [how much of that is outright murder being excused as an 'accident"]

I agree no one can take a true Christians faith away. The ones in rituals and outer trappings, all that can be taken away. They trust in the wealth and riches in this world. Some have even made idols of their own families like the Duggars. The worship of the American military and political system is scary and the reason I left the last church. These false pastors have those worship those who oppress people world wide and oppress even them, the bankers and rest and abusers and enablers of the wicked.

Truth faith is inside, not cultural mandates and "fitting in". The love of Jesus Christ inside one with the Holy Spirit indwelling. I agree about the proudness and vain-glory. Even in their vaulted lifestyles ignoring those in pain and suffering and defense of oppressors it shows who they really follow. We would be better off without so many "leaders" but they are not led by God.

Yes use FB to witness if you can. I have done so. One will lose friends but at least their conscience will be clear. One man from my high school class became a strong Christian and is NWO aware even. So I had a rare happy surprise. I know the kind of life Ive had, taken away from so many even geographical distance, and a life devoid of people that led me to Facebook too. I am certainly not ignorant to what FB is being used for. Because of this blog, I have already attracted "attention" best way I can put it so the harm of Facebook for me is not a worry but I warn anyone still off it its best to stay away.

Anonymous said...

No one can take a true Christians faith away- John 10:28- (No one can pluck them from my hand) BUT- a true Christian can wander from the faith

drift away (Heb. 2:1)
wander away (Mt. 18:12,13)
wander away from the faith (1 Tim. 6:10,21)
wander away from the truth and destroy the faith
of others (2 Tim. 2:18)
lose your saltiness (Lk. 14:34,35)
fall away (Mt. 11:6; Mk. 14:27,29)
fall away from grace (Gal. 5:4)
stop believing and fall away in time of testing (Lk.
turn away from the faith (Mt. 24:10)
wander away from a pure heart, a good conscience
and a sincere faith and turn to meaningless talk (1
Tim. 1:5,6)
turn back and no longer follow Jesus (Jn. 6:66)
have your faith shipwrecked (1 Tim. 1:19)
leave the straight way and follow the way of
Balaam (2 Pet. 2:15)
be like a branch that is thrown away and withers
go astray (Jn. 16:1)
turn away to follow Satan (1 Tim. 5:15)
depart from the faith (1 Tim. 4:1).
turn your ears away from the truth and turn aside
to myths (2 Tim. 4:4)
acquire a sinful, unbelieving heart that turns away
from the living God (Heb. 3:12)
fall away to the point where you can’t be renewed
to repentance (Heb. 6:6)
turn away from him who warns us from heaven
(Heb. 12:25)
become lukewarm and get spit out of the body of
Christ (Rev. 3:15,16)
not remain faithful and be hurt by the second
death (Rev. 2:10,11)
have God take away your share in the tree of life
and in the holy city (Rev. 22:19)
be carried away by the error of lawless men and
fall from your secure position (2 Pet. 3:17)
be carried away by all kinds of strange teachings
(Heb. 13:9)

Bible Believer said...

I meant that in the context of no outsider can take it away....but yes those verses apply too.

I avoid OSAS arguments on here, because I do believe that many do fall away and don't go with the easy believism lies. One can make the argument were any of those people really saved to begin with but I avoid the lies of the churches that tell people say a formulaic prayer and you're saved and if someone was saved long ago, and goes on to commit crimes and other evil deeds they are still saved. We are to examine ourselves to see if we are in the faith.


I think CCs differ. I avoid the OSAS arguments, believe they are a diversion, that one is to examine themselves if they are in the faith. As for falling away, the Bible warns about those who fall away constantly. So why do we have a church, where the people are told falling away is an impossiblity? Where they led to NOT examine themselves to see if they are in the faith?

2Pe 3:17 Ye therefore, beloved, seeing ye know [these things] before, beware lest ye also, being led away with the error of the wicked, fall from your own stedfastness.

There is some decent arguments as to them never having been born again in the first place.

Luk 8:13 They on the rock [are they], which, when they hear, receive the word with joy; and these have no root, which for a while believe, and in time of temptation fall away.

"these have no root""

People who are told once you are saved don't worry are ripe for deception and aren't even following the biblical mandates to "Guard Your Heart"

Scott Wasinski said...

Grammy, You are a great encouragement also. I find it refreshing to come to a place where the watchful remnant are. In all of the internet, I have not found anyplace that is as welcoming and receptive to the truth in the Word and in the world. I have been banned, censored and attacked on more "Christian" forums and alt media blogs just for exposing deception, speaking the truth, and asking the right questions.

This Blog name speaks volumes. Jesus warned us to beware of the leaven of the Pharisees (degreed, religious leaders of the faith), Sadduccees (denominational sects of the faith), scribes (authors) and Herod (governmental influence on the faith). I was patriotic man once. Were it not for the OKC bombing, I might have had some innocent Bosnian blood on my hands. The patriotic doctrines are emotionally connecting to the heart that really is founded in a righteous desire to see good upon your fellow man. However, all anyone has to do is take a step back and look at all of the places in the world that our military has been sent to kill people from other lands; and that we have not been invaded, but we are true invaders all over the world. Subtle influences that reach the emotions of men, they are the most deceitful. Satan has a saying in the world "Follow your heart," Yet, the Word of God warns us that the most deceptive thing is the heart of man, full of evil and wickedness. My heart is sadly broken and grieved over all the young men that have put the uniform on with good intentions, just to be further brainwashed. I am encouraged to see a much larger amount of soldiers waking up to what is really going on, but the gospel of Jesus Christ and our God has been blasphemed continually by our government and our churches. The corporations that call themselves churches deify the U.S. and the current "state" of Israel. Revelation 17 & 18 depict the beast and the mother of harlots and abominations. I can say without any ambiguity that these corporations are indeed her daughters.

I could write a book....oh wait, I am... "Church: A Not-For Prophet Corporation" (Nothing like a plug for my work which shall never be copywritten or published) lol But in the book, I dedicate an entire chapter to "The Heart of Man" and really get down to the brass taxes of how we can discern the truth and separate the emotional feelings from the Holy Spirit's leading in the Word of God. I am so very thankful that the Lord preserved His Word from the beginning throughout all generations. If it were not for His Word (who is Jesus Christ made flesh) we would all perish in ignorance.

Well, I'm going to step down from my soap box to prevent from writing another book. I just wanted to chime in with words of affirmation and encourage everyone here that our joy may be on break from time to time, however, it shall be fulfilled when Christ returns and we shall not be ashamed, but full of humble joy in His Faithfulness to us who are undeserving, yet unyielding in the Truth of our faith in Him. He that endures unto the end, the same shall be saved.

BB, Thank you.I feel like your blog has been a fulfillment in my life of the Word spoken by the angel unto Daniel regarding these last days and those of the people that have understanding "Now when they shall fall, they shall be holpen with a little help."

All we seem to get is a little help, but It is enough to help.

I'm not a robot. (If I was, I'd probably have less troubles here)

May the Lord grant you all grace to endure the coming trouble and peace in Him to keep you sights on the hope that we have...after this life is over:) We shall then rest well in Him.

SJLC said...

"My life did not turn out that good on this earth outside my marriage and being born again. I know society would call me a "loser" and God a "winner" for accepting salvation in Jesus Christ, but there's many in my place." - Bible Believer

“Assuredly, I say to you, there is no one who has left house or brothers or sisters or father or mother or wife or children or lands, for My sake and the gospel’s, who shall not receive a hundredfold now in this time—houses and brothers and sisters and mothers and children and lands, with persecutions—and in the age to come, eternal life. But many who are first will be last, and the last first" - Jesus

Your earthly life has been painful, but also highly successful by the only standard that matters. I believe teaching this means future leaders in the millenium kingdom are currently among the people who are having the hardest times in this life. Some people create their own hardships as sin consequences, but "many" others are believers who will come through their earthly trials ready for great honors and responsibilities.

Grammy G said...

I completely agree with you! My point was that IF it comes down to a Daniel moment where the kings of this world mandate we worship the Pope or Catholicism, we have a choice to be like Daniel and honor the One True God, or deny our faith (which then wasn't faith in God at all) for fear of death. The true Christian knows he's dead already! Alive in Christ. Also, our faith doesn't rely on sitting in the lotus pose with hands in prayer, it doesn't rely on kneeling and making the sign of the cross after sticking your fingers in a bowl of "Holy" water, it doesn't require a mat or showing up 3 times a day corporately to pray and be face down. Our faith in the Lord Jesus Christ is outwardly displayed toward those around us only by the fruit of the Spirit and needs no rituals or gimmicks to take place. Our faith cannot be taken from us, but is something we voluntarily walk away from by choice.

Grammy G said...

What a beautiful reminder! Bless you for this post.

Anonymous said...

Well said Grammy G, well said!

Anonymous said...

Thank-you for another brief testimony. I too, was caught up in the religion of politics and could argue, excuse me, religion calls it debate, with the best of them concerning my conservative Republican views. I faithfully listened to Rush Limbaugh, Sean Hannity, Mark Levin, and conservative Christian (?) radio on a regular basis, and I thought highly/worshiped these men and their words/books and the entity of radio, for bringing me their brainwashed worldviews. I attended a strict conservative Baptist church (one where the elder board/church board/deacons and deaconesses took it upon themselves to go around correcting and criticizing the lifestyles of the congregants, calling it 'church discipline,' and yet their own households were full of filthy lucre), and heard many a sermon on 'conservative values' from self righteous religious elites. We worshiped the military on Memorial Day church services as well as Fourth of July church services, applauding and praising our servicemen and women for the 'work' and 'public service' they performed.

I believed the whole system was "right." Until one day, in reading the Gospels again, and taking a good, hard look at the lifestyles/belief systems of my former Republican church, I saw such hypocrisy and double standards that Jesus hated, and I was one of them! I was so ashamed to have believed the lies, ashamed to have repeated the lies during times of my own self righteousness with family and friends, and ashamed of myself because I was so proud in the fact that I was 'discerning.' What a fool was I.


Anonymous said...

I began on a journey of analyzing why I was so taken up with these people and their false belief systems. Questions popped into my head like, "If I believe that Rush Limbaugh is the epitome of living a moral lifestyle and his talent is "on loan from a god," why then has be been divorced and remarried multiple times?" Then, "if he truly believes his talent is on loan from god, why does he speak such filth at times, truly this is not the work of the Holy Spirit in a believer's life?" Then I analyzed Sean Hannity and Mark Levin, their religion, their words and their belief systems.....again, hypocrisy and filth. And when my former pastor (Assembly of God) held up Mark Levin's book, promoting his patriotic heresy's, during one of his 'conservative' sermons, that was the last straw in believing that Jesus was a conservative Republican. I was totally broken and at a loss for the number of years I worshiped and idolized the political system. Those were wasted years in believing all of the lies.

Try to reason with the church in America, that Jesus was not a political figure, nor did He campaign for a political party, nor did He become active in the government of His day, nor did His disciples or Apostles for that matter, and you will get ostracized in a hurry by church leaders as well as the religious "know it alls" within your organization. Politics evokes such raw emotion as well as vicious words within visible Christianity, and none of it is from Jesus.

This blog was a blessing to me back when the Holy Spirit revealed the truth to me about Jesus and His lack of political affiliations, through the very Word of God. And to this day, the information posted on this sight and many of the comments as well, help to encourage and edify me in my faith in Christ alone for salvation.

Thank-you, thank-you Bible Believer, for being a Berean and sharing your insights with the rest of us. It is encouraging to me also, to read the comments and know there are others who are seeing the signs of the times in which we live and having peace in knowing that God's prophetic Word is true. It is deeply humbling to know that God's ekklesia, His called ones, are still showing us the light and salt of His Word.

Truly Grateful to our LORD Jesus. Amen.

Anonymous said...

Scott, thanks for sharing. Concerning our flesh causing us to sin, Paul declares in Romans 7:25 "...So then with the mind, I myself serve the law of God; but with the flesh the law of sin."

It is important for every believer in Jesus Christ to not only know the law of God but to also understand it. The devil always targets our flesh to cause us to sin. Ref to Jesus in the desert, Satan knew Jesus was hungry and he tempted him to turn the stones into bread. But our Savior knows and understands the law and he responded with "man shall not live on bread alone but by every word that proceeds out of the mouth of God." A declaration made by Moses in Deuteronomy to the children of Israel to make them understand that the WORD of God alone is life.

God bless everyone!

Scott Wasinski said...

Y'all gonna make a grown man cry! I haven't seen so much warmth among believers in so long, I wish we were all together in the same room turning our testimonies into praises unto God and prayer...have real church. sigh... I look forward to seeing each of you (and thousands of others of the elect) when He returns. It seems that our stories are so similar we could probably write a chapter for each other's biographies.

It is amazing how God has specifically chosen each of us to not only come out from behind the great wall of deception., but bring us here.

Years ago when I became disillusioned with the IC, I felt so alone, because I know the Lord and I know His Word is Truth. i became so discouraged that as I drew near unto the Lord and sought Him in great fervor, that I was losing friends at every turn. It seemed that nobody wanted to hear the absolute truth of the Word. Most just want to be comforted with lies and opinions, private interpretations. i have been called everything from a fundamentalist to over zealous and accused of having unorthodox "views", etc... I remember when the Lord spoke those words to me "I have reserved 7000..." I was like "Can you just show me one or two?" lol This blog is a blessing. I would like to see BB give some way that we can help her out to keep it going and at least contribute financially if nothing else. I know that it is not solicited, but is it refused altogether?

I'm not a robot.

Anonymous said...

Anon and Scott, when you come to the knowledge of the WORD of God and you try to warn others, it's disheartening how you get treated by family and friends. There are times I thought I was the crazy one... Thank God I know there are a bunch of crazies on here. LOL!

It's good to have you all who contribute to this blog. But most of all BB. Thank God you've been able to set up a blog for our kind. It may not be for long (since ICANN is turning over to the UN), but we have this time and we can continue to encourage each other.

I don't have much to give BB, but I pray that God gives you wisdom, knowledge, understanding and strength. It can't be easy and I know. I took care of my father's medical expenses til he passed away last year. And now my mum's also having medical issues. So if it's not one thing it's another. I'm not complaining, I'm glad the LORD has enabled me to stand in the gap.

Let us continue encouraging each other in the LORD and contend for the faith.

Blessings to everyone here.

Anonymous said...

Anon at September 11, 2016 at 8:53 AM

You are saying the ends justifies the means. That is not scriptural. God does not honor tools of Satan to accomplish His work. Why not concentrate on those with whom you can speak personally and can have a personal conversation with instead of people on social media? E-mail is different. It is personal.

Light should have no fellowship with darkness - Facebook is darkness.

Scott Wasinski said...

"Email is different" he's telling jokes too. Sometimes we (Yes, me too) tend to get dogmatic about ideas that we have heard because they sound correct. "The end doesn't justify the means" is a term that I heard a lot among the IC corporations. When applied in context, then no one should ever patronize a recognized medical professional's office, ever, ever, ever. Or live in the United States of America or shop at Wal-Mart, or purchase products from corporations that make tremendous wealth through the oppression of the subjects of various third world countries (That alone would require a primitive lifestyle of living off of the grid).

Just for the record, the internet has been created as a means of quickly delivering information specifically for Satan's global dominion. It is a "tool of Satan."

Would you say that God did not honor Joseph's slavery through his brother's murderous devices to extinguish him? What about Goliath's sword? Was it an unbiblical tool for David to use? What about the Roman's cross? Did the end justify the means? The lion's den that the king of Babylon had set up. The fiery furnace? The decree of Pharaoh that all male children be cast into the river? Moses was cast into the river. What about Haman's Gallows? The Babylonian armies?

I was just trying to make a point here. The Word of God is literally screaming with God, not only honoring, but using the tools of Satan for His glory. This world is full of evil and sin abounds. The consequences for sin is always evil, yet the Lord does have a wonderful way of showing his glory through even the tools that the enemy of our souls devises to use against us. It is the epitome of redemption and reconciliation.

I am no fan of fakebook. I am sure that Daniel, Ezra, Nehemiah, and many others were not fans of Babylon. Among many purposes that the internet of things has been set up for, to disconnect people and allow the powers that be, to be in total control of all information and knowledge, are among them. Email is no different than sending a private message on fakebook.

Morality does not come from devices. Morality is revealed by the way in which a device is used. The intent of the heart and what comes from within determines the evil or good. Inventions of men are (for the most part) amoral.

Even though I do not like the direction that the internet is going, I am glad that BB can use it to keep this blog going so that we, the remnant, can gather in a little more personal way and that you can remain, impersonally anonymous.

"Email is different!" That is funny as heck.

Just a secondary note. Someone sent me a Google chat/hangout message asking me if I was the Scott Wasinski that comments on Galatians 4 Blog. I confirmed, but they never replied back as to who they were or why they were inquiring. If it's someone from here, what happened?

I'm not a robot

Anonymous said...

Scott, when I expressed concerns about Christians being on FB, I was told that I should never use the telephone because Alexander Graham Bell was not a Christian and that inventions by Thomas Edison should be off limits. I find that utterly ridiculous. It is like comparing apples and oranges.

You can dismiss the "ends and the means" if you like, but it is an element of truth. We as believers are to be careful as to our associations. People say that Rick Warren's Purpose Driven Life book was used for good. But that was not a valid instrument of God's truth.

If you cannot discern the difference between e-mail and social media, then I don't know what to say. E-mail is a valid means of communication and it is directed to particular people. FB is social media that has a bunch of pitfalls. It is not about the internet per se. We all use the internet for whatever reason, often because our occupations dictate that we use it. BB's blog is on the internet as are other Christian blogs. This is very different from social media.

FB is a trap that so many are blindly falling into, both believers and non. It is to be avoided by Christians. The creator of FB pulls the strings and controls the content and where it goes. Why would anyone trust someone with their personal information who uses technology for evil purposes? The creator began the enterprise from dishonest actions and it makes his a ton of moolah. Are we to be a part of this?

Anonymous said...

Zuckerberg is an avowed and proud atheist. He embraces every liberal cause. Users of FB have made him a billionaire to be able to support his favorite causes. Now he is going to introduce virtual reality to FB users. This will open up an entirely new world that has so many pitfalls, including spiritual and even physical and effect on the brain. His agenda all along has been to shake his fist in the face of God.

How can any Christian in good conscience be a partaker of this?