Rich Mullins…

Words written long ago by the late great Rich Mullins. And still true.

These Days

There’s a song down in my heart, nobody there to sing it
Like a vision asleep in the dark, with no one around to dream it
We just all sit back and watch all that we love sinking away

When we got to where we was going, we forgot just where it was
The next thing that you know is, all we found was, we was lost
And the blame, oh, the blame comes down on all of us, these days

And these days, we got nothing left to find
These days, oh, it’s the blind leading the blind
And these days, I need more than just a line about Jesus
Oh, I need to see His love, these days

We got sophistication in the wake of the fall
Now we got this civilization and it’s got us all involved, in nothing
Oh, nothing at all but atomic waste

And we got too many people, who are too easily disposed of
Well, you can make it all legal, but in the end you know that it ain’t right
You were just doing your job and your job did you in, these days

And these days, we got nothing left to find
And these days, oh, it’s the blind leading the blind
And these days, I need more than just a line about Jesus
Oh, I need to see His love, these days

And these days, I need more than just a line about Jesus
Oh, I need to see His love, these days

Songwriters
Mullins Richard W; Hall Pamela Ann

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End Times Superhero Doomsday Movie Cult

This is good and should be given due consideration…

End Times Prophecy Report

End Times Superhero Doomsday Movie Cult

“For false Christs and false prophets shall rise, and shall shew signs and wonders, to seduce, if it were possible, even the elect.”
–Mark 13:22

Mass media is the most powerful tool used by the ruling class to manipulate the masses. It shapes and molds opinions and attitudes and defines what is normal and acceptable.
Mind Control Theories and Techniques used by Mass Media

That movies help set attitudes and agendas is unquestioned. The only questions seems to be: Are these attitudes and agendas what the masses believe them to be? Are these attitudes and agendas what the masses have been told they are?

Are movies primarily about entertainment and making money?

Or is there something more important at stake?

These are important questions for the reader to ask and answer. It determines whether he watches a movie as an “empty vessel,” to be filled…

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