It’s Jesus!

So, I hadn't has a chance to watch the movie Son of God. Although, I had attempted to watch once before, shortly after it was released on DVD. My daughter had purchased a copy for me. I was so excited to watch it after all the great reviews from family and friends. The evening I sat … Continue reading It’s Jesus!

Nostalgia: A Tool of the Enemy

This is interesting. The enemy never sleeps.

End Times Prophecy Report

THE GOOD OLD DAYS: Don't Look BackTHE GOOD OLD DAYS: Don’t Look Back

“Say not thou, What is the cause that the former days were better than these? for thou dost not enquire wisely concerning this.”
Ecclesiastes 7:11

THE FANTASY OF THE “GOOD OLD DAYS”

One of the tools of the enemy is nostalgia: those fond, often bittersweet, memories of the “good old days.”

Well, here’s a little advice: the good old days were never as good as the selective memory of humanity has made them out to be.

Nostalgia is revisionist history.

Nostalgia is a distraction from the present.

Nostalgia is living in the past–a past that was never as good as we make it out to be.  Actually, a past that was far worse than many of us ever knew.

And while the world–and the other minions of Satan–works overtime to drum up feelings about “times gone by,” the Bible has quite…

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“Whatever He Says To You, Do It.”

This is so true!

Redbird's Roost

“On the third day there was a wedding in Cana of Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there; and both Jesus and His disciples were invited to the wedding. When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to Him, ‘They have no wine.’. . .His mother said to the servants. ‘Whatever He says to you, do it’. . .Jesus said to them, ‘Fill the waterpots with water,’ So they filled them to the brim. . .When the headwaiter tasted the water which had become wine, and did not know where it came from (but the servants who had drawn the water knew), the headwaiter called the bridegroom, and said to him, ‘Every man serves the good wine first, and when the people have drunk freely, then he serves the poorer wine; but you have kept the good wine until now.'” John 2:1-10 (NASB)
One challenge of living…

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God Completely Forgets

Yes, He does.

Redbird's Roost

“As far as the east is from the west, so far has He removed our transgressions from us.” Psalm 103:12 (NKJV)
Isaiah put it this way: “I have blotted out, like a thick cloud, your transgressions, and like a cloud your sins.” Transgressions committed by us, when covered by the blood of Jesus, shall never be mentioned again.
When a criminal is pardoned, his past crime is often brought up by those who know him. Some say, “His crime will follow him to his grave.” The state and the law of the land may completely pardon him–but his enemies will never forget the crime he committed; and though his friends may never question it, they, too, will remember.
But God is not like that. God will never mention nor remember our sins. He will never throw them in our face; they are gone forever in the depths of the sea…

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Church-going Apostates Demand End Times Lies, Deception

End Times Prophecy Report

LIE TO ME: The people in the pews will have it no other way.LIE TO ME: The people in the pews will have it no other way.

DECEPTIVE “CHRISTIAN” WEBSITES

When writing about the prophetic, there is a paradox.  Many claim they want to know what the end times events will be.

BUT these same people do not want to believe the only source of truth: the Bible.

Because so much of what the Bible says make people uncomfortable, they search for those who will lie to them.  They desire men and women who will lie to them. They do not want the hard truth of the Bible, they demand yarns, fables and fairy tales.

And there is no end of those who will lie to them.  America is full of such men and women.

Instead of men who will stick to the Bible, American apostates have assembled a crew of cartoonish “End Times Experts” who construct non-biblical fairy tales for the…

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