We have to be prepared for GREAT tribulation which is GREAT persecution, as we come closer to Jesus return. It has already started, as the article below indicates. As they vilified Islam by infiltration and subsequent corruption, so they do, and will do increasingly, to us Children of God!The best attack is an inside attack, and it is already happening. We are not just our own greatest enemies, but many ‘Christians’ are really enemies and Judases wittingly or unwittingly to the cause of Christ.
Look at the article below, about a computer game created by the Satanists to put Christians in a bad light, as Hollywood has done for decades! And how? By taking the weakest Christians of all, those who want to “live by the sword will die by the sword” type of heavily armed U-S-of-A reactionary right-wing, proud, self-righteous rednecks, who are more of a detriment to God’s kingdom than poor little sinners and broken people like drug-ridden, confused, even transgender, little oppressed Children of God!!
Sins of the spirit like utter self-righteousness and spiritual adultery, screwing the Merchants, is a far worse sin than the sins of the flesh! THAT spiritual adultery was and is after all, the very downfall of most American Christians! So much so, that Jesus named them “A Whore” in Revelation 17 & 18. And the whole world is going and already beginning to HATE the Whore? Why? “Because the MERCHANTS were thy great men!”, God tells American Christians, supposed to be his sanctified Wife, but are screwing and getting screwed by the merchants like Donald trump and Jared Kushner and their ilk! Continue reading “As Evil as Judas’ State & Media Make Muslims NOW, They Will Paint Us Christians TOMORROW!”
Dasrath Manjhi, a landless farmer from India, made history after he spent over two decades chiseling away at a mountain with rudimentary tools, in order to create a road for his community, when the Government refused to.
If you’re looking for some motivation, stories don’t get much more inspirational than that of Dasrath Manjhi. 53 years ago, he set out to carve a 1 KM-long path through a rocky hillside, all by himself, in order to make it easier for his fellow villagers to access schools, markets and neighboring villagers. “This hill had given us trouble and grief for centuries. The people had asked the government many times to make a proper road through the hill, but nobody paid any attention. So I just decided I would do it all by myself,” Manjhi told Indian newspaper Tehelka, in 2007, a shortly before succumbing to the cancer that was plaguing him.
With just his chisel, hammer and shovel, this legendary man turned what was once a precarious one-foot-wide passage into a 360ft-long, 30ft-wide road accessible by bicycle and motorcycle. The hill kept the region’s villages in isolation, forcing people to trek through dangerous terrain for hours just to reach their lands or the nearest market town. Children had to walk eight kilometers to reach school, but thanks to Dasrath Manjhi’s handmade road, that distance has been reduced to three kilometers, and people from over 60 villages now use it every day.
思潮竹 — 作者無名氏
主人帶著沉重的聲調說：「竹啊，我必須把你砍下來。」竹因驚怕而全身打戰。 Continue reading “思潮竹 – 作者無名氏 Bamboo-A Parable (English & Powerpoint below)”
The fog catcher who brings water to the poor
In the slums of Lima, he’s found a way to turn fog into water.
May 4, 2010 By Lu Paradise — 325 total views
By David Siervo, Chile.
February 27, 2010. 3:37 A.M. For two seemingly eternal minutes, Chile is rocked by a massive 8.8-degree earthquake with its epicenter just off the coast, 90 km north of the city of Concepción, affecting a huge area from Copiapó all the way down to Temuco, and is even felt as far north as the desert of Atacama and as far south as Puerto Montt, about 3,500 km away, and from the coast all the way across the Andes to Argentina in the provinces of Mendoza, Neuquén and Río Negro.
The cities of Curicó and Talca, with their older constructions and many adobe-made houses, are badly hit. The ensuing tidal waves (three of them) that hit the coastline from Pichilemu to Talcahuano devastated much of what remained standing in the lower areas close to the sea. Some small fishing towns, such as Iloca, are simply wiped off the map. Continue reading “The unsung heroes – Chile Earthquake”