Tag Archive: Ecclesiastes

Murdered By Hate

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CAoqhV48AvgEcclesiastes 6:1  “There is an evil which I have seen under the sun, and it is common among men”

Dearly beloved:
My GOD! MY GOD! MY GOD!  Please, Father, bring comfort to the family and friends of Heather Heyer.  Oh LORD, let her death not be in vain.  LORD, let the hate mongers fail and fall!  AMEN AND AMEN!!!

I send my most sincere and heartfelt condolences to the LOVED ones of Heather Heyer and all those who have suffered loss due to the wickedness of hate.  My beloved, I am angry, hurt and outraged over what is happening in the streets of America.  A brave and beautiful person named Heather Heyer was murdered by a confused, racist coward in Charlottesville, Virgina.  I am proud of Heather for standing up to racism.  I am proud that she was white and yet she stood up for people of color like me.  I am proud of her courage and patriotism.

As I sit here watching events unfold, I am struck by the fact that people are actually fighting to keep statues of American traitors and tyrants.  Why not put up a statue of Tim McVeigh?  He was a white supremacist terrorist traitor who attacked his own country just like the confederates.  It would be equal to the statues of confederates.  This is America and we ought not celebrate tyrants who seek to destroy what we stand for as a nation.  They should not be exalted. (more…)

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North Korea Nuclear Threats

https://www.pexels.com/photo/grayscale-photo-of-explosion-on-the-beach-73909/Dearly Beloved:  May GOD’s Grace, Peace, Protection and Salvation be ever upon you.  Folks, we may be headed for a nuclear war. We have all seen the news.  I had hoped and prayed for an end to this madness with North Korea, but it appears that war is inevitable.  Only GOD knows for sure.  As a Christian who has eternal salvation I do not fear for my own life.  I welcome the opportunity to be with my LORD, but I fear for those who are not saved.  I am neither suicidal nor in a rush to die.  I have a purpose and a mission to LOVE and spread salvation on behalf of JESUS CHRIST.  That is my reason for being.  Thus, I must fight at all cost to live.  Like all Christians, I am duty bound to serve the LORD in this way.  Right now, I fear not for myself but for my family members who are not saved and all unsaved people all over the globe.  I want to see all of you in Heaven.  I want all of you to have the assurance that I have in the LORD.  All of you out there in the free world are the reason this site exists.  I am not some “doomsday prophet”.  The LORD has said that we neither know the day or the hour of His return and He meant it.  I know a lot of you are scared right now.  You know who should be the most frightened right now?  The people who have not accepted the LORD as their Savior.

This threat we now face is not just an American threat.  This threat is a world threat.  It affects all of us.  This is the biggest threat our world has faced since World War 2 and the Cuban Missile Crisis in the sixties.  We had to come together as a world then and we must now.  It is sad, but it seems that the threat of world destruction brings us all closer together as global citizens.  Kim Jong-un is the evilest tyrant we have faced since Hitler.  He is a sociopathic dictator who forces his people to worship him as a god.   (more…)

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The Humble Servant

thecomingkingfoundation.org/images/Sculptures/DS/DivineServantSculpture.JPGJohn 13:12-17  So when He had washed their feet, taken His garments, and sat down again, He said to them, “Do you know what I have done to you?  You call Me Teacher and Lord, and you say well, for so I am.  If I then, your Lord and Teacher, have washed your feet, you also ought to wash one another’s feet. For I have given you an example, that you should do as I have done to you. Most assuredly, I say to you, a servant is not greater than his master; nor is he who is sent greater than he who sent him.  If you know these things, blessed are you if you do them.

Dear Readers, As you have read from the scripture at the beginning of this post, we are called to serve.  Even the mighty King of Kings bowed down and humbled Himself in service.  One of the lowliest jobs a servant or slave could perform at the time John 13 was written was the washing of guests feet.  People wore sandals then and their feet were often filthy from walking.  When the guest was considered important or honored, the lady of the house would humble herself and do the task herself as a sign of great respect.  It was unheard of for a King to perform such a task, let alone the King of all Kings, the Lord God.  Jesus has always led by example.  He came to earth – not with a crown of gold, dressed in fine linen.  No sir!  He was incarnated as an ordinary human being.  He grew up as a common laborer.  He was born in an animal pen, not a palace.  The most powerful being in existence lived a humble life as a lesson to us.  There was nothing remarkable about Jesus, the fleshly man; but spiritually, He was and is beyond measure.

As I sit here on my 40th day in state prison (all of which has been spent in solitary confinement) and I read how humble the Lord is, I feel compelled to serve Him even more.  I have been teaching what I can out in the recreation cages which I am allowed in for one hour a day.  I have also been spreading the gospel through my cell door and of course, writing this blog, but it is not enough.  Indeed, the worst part about being in solitary is not being able to help more inmates; not being able to fellowship and attend church.  It has caused me great despair and sadness.   (more…)

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