Wednesday, October 25, 2023

Pray for . . .

the political prisoners in the U.S.A. and Canada - and for the women in Iran and other countries who are being beaten, arrested, and even killed if they show their faces or if their heads are uncovered.

Some things I cannot personally change, but I think if enough people pray for something, things can change, because God is powerful.

I am praying, and I'm also designating November 1st (one week from this writing) as an international day of prayer and fasting for these groups.

If you so desire, I would love for you to join me.

Thursday, October 19, 2023


 A friend brought this blog post of Denver Snuffer to my attention recently.

 I think this part is quite apropos for our time:

There will be many who are destroyed who will be quite surprised by it. They will complain that they have prophesied in Christ’s name, and in His name cast out devils, and done many wonderful works, but they do not know Christ, and therefore never did believe in Him. (See Matt. 7: 22-24.)

If you are one of those who believe in Him, and who will not dwindle in unbelief, will not accept the commandments of men as doctrine, but will take the Spirit for your guide, then Jacob promises that Christ will not destroy you. The rest He will destroy.

Fire will upset the order of things and make societal collapse inevitable. Men’s self-inflicted woes will not be the only sign of Divine disapproval. The earth will quake to signal God’s disapproval. Interruptions of social order and control will be followed by self-inflicted violence. Bloodshed will be widespread among the survivors. Disease and pestilence will be one of the results of the lack of social order. Air and water will be contaminated. Neglected hygiene will lead to the promised pestilence. As the downward spiral continues, food production and distribution will be inadequate to prevent widespread, global famine. It is as if Jacob could see the sequence of events and gave us the list of how it would unfold, step by step, as the unbelieving are wiped from the earth.

Survival during this bleak time depends on the qualification of “believing in Him.” Suddenly, if you think Jacob knew what he was talking about then our doctrines take on terrible significance. What we believe matters. Not just in the distant after-life, but for the preservation of our present lives.