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Sunday, July 28, 2013

Something to think about? Our Water And Who Is Taking It From Us.

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In A Dry Parched Land Nothing Is Worse Than...

Cisterns that hold no water

Dear people of God, I was literally in tears as I prepared this message today. Looking out at the Body of Christ, and especially at the leadership- not with a critical eye, but with an aching heart- I am weeping with the prophet Jeremiah, "My people have committed two sins: They have forsaken Me, the Spring of Living Water, and have dug their own cisterns, broken cisterns that cannot hold water" (Jeremiah 2:13).

I pray as I give this message that it is received by believers as their hearts are reaching out to Christ in the most sincere way, that they- WE- all of us together- would seek nothing but His Own Heart at this very moment...

In the passage here, God's heart is grieved as He watches His own people seeking after other things than Himself. He knows that only HE is the true spring of living water. He created man with an unquenchable need for Him, and we were designed in a way that we require Him ultimately and Him alone. He knew that nothing of our own devises would ever satisfy the genuine longing that He put in our heart for Him, yet here He is, watching His beloved children attempt do just that...

Now Jeremiah, as you know, was called 'the weeping prophet' because he could actually feel the pain in God's heart for His wayward people, as he was constantly calling them back to Him. It was a very deep, intimate calling that Jeremiah had. It was also very intense and painful, but it was God's call on his life, and he was faithful in it throughout his life. "They have forsaken Me, the Spring of Living Water, and have dug THEIR OWN cisterns- BROKEN cisterns that CANNOT hold water". What was a cistern for? For holding water!

What can you do with a broken one? Leaving God and going our own way, even in 'small areas' in our life, will always prove to be a 'broken cistern'- always!.....

I have watched as some of Christanity's leaders today- people who probably started out with a passion for Christ and Him alone, falling prey to the 'good life', the 'comfortable life', the 'way of least resistance', or the 'prosperous' life. They got a taste of the gold, and slowly began to go after it, then they began to run after it, then to crave it. They have forgotten their Lord, though they use His name all day long!

They have dug their own cisterns, and all the while God's heart grieves for them! Look at Israel throughout the old testament- starting with God's promise, then bragging that "we will do all that the Lord our God has told us!", then falling away and following their own devises- again and again and again. Turning their backs on the very One who would gladly have given them all their heart's desires if they would only seek Him... yet their God would bring them back every time, many times through extreme pain and suffering....

I'll tell you that today's new believers are being cheated! How will they grow in grace? How will they stay passionate about their Savior when God's 'leaders' have gone their own way? Where is the proclamation of the cross? Why won't God's ministers preach Christ as He is, not as we would have Him? How will the Savior's wonderful Presence ever come forth, when His preachers are more interested in manufacturing their own cheap imitation of it? Who are they fooling? Beloved, the world TODAY needs to see Jesus!

Not our own impression or imitation of Him, but HIM! He is here, and He is here now! Covet His Presence in your life, and covet to have the grace to show Him to others. Only He can heal this lost world. Look only to Him.

En Agape,
pastor Jim Ewing

Friday, July 26, 2013

Friday YadirF

Only 28 percent of Americans say the war in Afghanistan is worth fighting, the lowest number since 2007 and significantly below the least-popular stretches of the Iraq war.

On another warfront:
In case you were wondering: Why There Are Bibles in Hotel Rooms

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Thursday, July 25, 2013

Jim Ewing Here Are Some Videos Of Brant Baker

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They Are Really Perturbed

The latest effort by the U.S. to get Edward Snowden back in the country. "A U.S. Senate panel voted unanimously on Thursday to seek trade or other sanctions against Russia or any other country that offers asylum to former spy agency contractor Edward Snowden, who has been holed up for weeks at a Moscow airport. The 30-member Senate Appropriations Committee adopted by consensus an amendment to a spending bill that would direct Secretary of State John Kerry to meet with congressional committees to come up with sanctions against any country that takes Snowden in."

 "After the ACLU's Christopher Soghoian highlighted NSA programs listed on LinkedIn, Jason Gulledge filed a request for details about the program — and turned up lucky. The NSA released 7 pages of database descriptions of its ANCHORY program, an open-source intelligence data gathering effort. The NSA's FOIA office said it would pony up more, but only if Gulledge could prove he was requesting the documents as part of a news gathering effort or if he would agree to pay associated fees."

You can add me also to this list...
 57% of Americans surveyed in MSNBC Poll say they would vote to replace every member of congress if they could.

She ain't ever coming out  Off-roading accident.

  Opened my wife's purse and started laughing. She asked what was so funny.

 Russian 9/11 monument for USA

 TIL Australia has over 10,000 beaches. You could visit a new beach everyday for over 27 years!

  Earth Accelerates Electrons to 99.9 Percent of Light Speed: NASA discovers Van Allen radiation belt is a natural particle accelerator

Wednesday, July 24, 2013

Propaganda From HAARP Spin Doctors

How To Sell A Lie.
"Reports that the High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program (HAARP) had been shut down permanently were apparently a bit premature. According to HAARP program manager James Keeney, the facility is only temporarily off the air while operating contractors are changed. So why does anyone care? Despite being associated with various natural disasters over the past two decades by the conspiracy fringe, HAARP is in reality a facility for studying the ionosphere. Gizmag takes a look at the goings on at HAARP – past, present, and future."


Less Than?

Pastor Tilson and I have talked about this topic a time or two. Here is the typical scenario...

Today I had a man kind of disrespect me. I don't know him and he certainly doesn't know me. We just
have seen each other one other time before today. It is no big deal but it is something we can go through.

I was disrespected even though he was cordial to me I could see there was something there and I could feel it.

When this happens it always leaves you feeling that "Less~then" feeling inside. And of course it bothers you. The root of it is usually because someone has said something negative about you to them.

Well anyway here I was confronted with this and i did not like how it was making me feel. This time I did something different, after analyzing the situation and going through the "why do I care what he thinks about me" stage, I took it to the Lord and let it go.

And guess what, it worked, I no longer cared one bit about what the man thinks about me. It was so wonderful to "windshield wiper" it all and not care anymore.

I am sure we all go through this kind of thing once in a while at work or at church etc.

So the next time you feel yourself "feeling less than,"  take it to the lord and leave it with Him.





The Very Last Time I Saw Brant Baker By Pastor Tilson Shumate.

Wednesday Yadsendew

A Good Article On Living Longer

Another Good Article Five hundred years after Ponce de Leon explored the area, locals swear by an artesian well with unusual properties.

Only Old People Watch Fox News

Meet Hal Lasko, mostly known as Grandpa, a 97-year-old man who uses Microsoft Paint from Windows ’95 to create artwork that has been described as “a collision of pointillism and 8-Bit art.”

Tuesday, July 23, 2013

Just So You Know Citizen

"It's been just over a month since the NSA's dragnet surveillance program was leaked to the public. Tomorrow, Congress is voting on an amendment that would block funding for NSA programs that collect the call records of innocent Americans. A win tomorrow may start a chain reaction — but it won't happen unless we speak up. We have one day to convince Congress to act." The EFF is urging U.S. citizens to call their representatives, noting that there is no time for email to be effective (find your representative). You can read the amendment on the EFF site, quoting the EFF: "Reps. Justin Amash, John Conyers, Jr., Thomas Massie, Mick Mulvaney, and Jared Polis are proposing an amendment that would curtail funding for the implementation of orders under Section 215 of the PATRIOT Act unless the order is explicitly limited in scope. ... Even as the Amash/Conyers Amendment is gaining momentum, some are rallying around a decoy amendment that would do nothing to rein in domestic surveillance. That amendment, championed by Rep. Nugent, would not alter in any way the government's use of Section 215 to obtain bulk communications records on millions of Americans. EFF is urging Representatives to oppose the Nugent Amendment."


Almost all the biblical teaching about hell comes from the lips of Jesus. It is this doctrine, perhaps more than any other, that strains even the Christian’s loyalty to the teaching of Christ. Modern Christians have pushed the limits of minimizing hell in an effort to sidestep or soften Jesus’ own teaching. The Bible describes hell as a place of outer darkness, a lake of fire, a place of weeping and gnashing of teeth, a place of eternal separation from the blessings of God, a prison, a place of torment where the worm doesn’t turn or die. These graphic images of eternal punishment provoke the question, should we take these descriptions literally or are they merely symbols?

  1. The suffering of hell is beyond any experience of misery found in this world.
  2. Hell is clearly included in the teaching of Jesus.
  3. If the biblical descriptions of hell are symbols, then the reality will be worse than the symbols.
  4. Hell is the presence of God in His wrath and judgment.
  5. There is no cruelty in hell. Hell will be a place of perfect justice.
  6. Hell is eternal. There is no escape through either repentance or annihilation.
Biblical passages for reflection: Matthew 8:11-12, Mark 9:42-48, Luke 16:19-31, Jude 1:3-13, Revelation 20:11-15.

 Jesus taught much about Hell. He did so out of love--to warn us not to reject Him which would result in us going to Hell for eternity.
Jesus told the story of a rich man and a poor man, and the rich man ended up in Hell, describing it as a place of torment (Luke 16:22-28). The rich man actually cried out in Hell: ". . .I am tormented in this  flame" (Luke 16:24).
Read the story of the rich man here

What Jesus said about Hell.

"The Son of Man will send his angels, and they will collect out of his kingdom all causes of sin and all evildoers, and they will throw them into the furnace of fire, where there will be weeping and gnashing of teeth. Then the righteous will shine like the sun in the kingdom of their Father" (Matthew 13:41-43).

"When the Son of Man comes in his glory, and all the angels with him, then he will sit on the throne of his glory. All the nations will be gathered before him, and he will separate people one from another as a shepherd separates the sheep from the goats . . . And these will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life" (Matthew 25:31-46)?
Read the above Scripture in its context here.

Jesus taught that Hell is a place of torment and fire as these Scriptures reveal:

The man in Luke 16:24 cries: ". . .I am tormented in this  flame."

In Matthew 13:42, Jesus says: "And shall cast them into a furnace of fire: there shall be wailing and gnashing of teeth."

In Matthew 25:41, Jesus says: "Depart from me, you cursed, into everlasting fire . . ."

In Mark 9:46, Jesus speaks about Hell: "Where their worm does not die and the fire is not quenched."
Revelation 20:15 says, "And whoever was not found written in the book of life was cast into the lake of fire."
Here is another related link. 

It is very important that we take Hell seriously. More important still is that we choose to go to Heaven (and not Hell) by receiving Jesus as Lord and Savior. There is no other way. He is the way to Heaven - and He died on the cross so that we wouldn`t have to go to Hell.

  Confusion has arisen in the minds of many Christians as to the doctrine of hell.  This has resulted largely from the modernistic attacks on the teaching of Jesus upon this subject.  It is natural that those who ridicule the teaching and claims of Jesus should especially concentrate their opposition upon the proposition of eternal punishment since the continual warnings of Jesus confront them in their hostile attitude.

  It seems strange that so many preachers should be found in American pulpits who do not believe either in heaven or hell; many of them do not even believe in the existence of a personal God. They preach "a social Gospel" for the reform of society.  

A questionnaire among all the Protestant preachers in Chicago indicated that fifty percent did not believe in a heaven and that seventy percent did not believe in a hell.  The larger percentage of skeptics concerning the latter subject shows again how people like to believe what is pleasant and to disbelieve what is unpleasant. 

Having surrendered any divine foundation for their convictions, they wander about in a darkened wilderness of their own creation.  Since they have shut their eyes to the facts and the proofs of the gospel, they seem blind also to the facts of life about them.  It is not surprising with so many blind leaders of the blind in places of leadership in the nation, the darkness of unbelief and misery that accompanies such hopelessness should increase.

Hell Exists

That’s right. Hell is a real place. In the New Testament Hades is referred to as a definite place 10 times (Matthew 13:42; 16:18; Revelation 1:18; 6:8; 20:13, 14; Luke 10:15; 16:23; Acts 2:27, 31).

Hades is probably a temporary holding jail for those awaiting final judgment (Revelation 20:13, 14).
The final place of torment is variously described as “furnace of fire...lake of fire…prison…abyss…tartarus” (Matthew 13:42; Revelation 20:14, 15; 1 Peter 3:19; Luke 8:31; 2 Peter 2:4).

Another word Jesus used to describe the final prison for the Satan, his angels, and all unsaved people is Gehenna. It is used 12 times in the NT. He called it a place of eternal fire, and a fiery hell (Matthew 18:8, 9).

 Taken together, all these references indicate a localized place. Hell exists.

 Jesus made a very somber declaration regarding who would inhabit Hell, the length, and nature of their existence. Jesus said, “Then He will also say to those on His left, ‘Depart from Me, accursed ones, into the eternal fire which has been prepared for the devil and his angels…And these will go away into eternal punishment, but the righteous into eternal life’” (Matthew 25:41, 46).

 Paul writes, “And these will pay the penalty of eternal destruction, away from the presence of the Lord and from the glory of His power” (2 Thessalonians 1:9). Punishment is not temporary, nor annihilation, but eternal and conscious. The impact of destruction, or ruin, could not be eternal if the penalty was merely annihilation. Destruction, in this context, means punishment. The nature of the destruction is defined as being away from the presence of Christ and His power.

 Mark records Jesus’ words regarding the denizens who, “go into hell, into the unquenchable fire…where their worm does not die, and the fire is not quenched. For everyone will be salted with fire” (Mark 9:43, 48, 49). The thought of salt is this: just as salt preserves, so the sinner will be preserved eternally in their punishment.

 “If sinners be dammed, at least let them leap to hell over our bodies. If they will perish, let them perish with our arms about their knees. Let no one go there unwarned and unprayed for.”

 How can we not teach about it?

Tuesday YadseuT

TIL It is cheaper to fly to the USA from Australia to buy Adobe's Creative Suite than to buy it within Australia

 Influenced by their secular education many in the Church don’t believe in the existence of the devil or the reality of evil spirits. Yet with the growth in interest in the occult in society at large many people, often innocently, are beginning to become affected by evil spirits and need the Church’s help to deliver them. FR RUFUS PEREIRA from India, is an acknowledged expert in the field of healing and deliverance and is the President of the International Association of Exorcists, a Vatican approved body. Below he explains the Catholic understanding of deliverance and its place in the Church’s ministry.

How to make your own personal media cloud using free programs and an old PC

How to use your iPhone, iPad or Mac to borrow ebooks from the library

 Men Dress Right With Help From "The Trunk Club"

Kingdom Theology?  

Go Ahead And Publish Your Book 

Ok we are all older now and... 




And The NWO Marches On

"After admitting they have illegally spied on NZ citizens or residents 88 times (PDF) since 2003, the government, in a stunning example of arse covering, is about to grant the GCSB the right to intercept the communications of New Zealanders in its role as the national cyber security agency, rather than examine the role the GCSB should play and then look at the laws. There has been strong criticism from many avenues. The bill is being opposed by Labor and the Greens, but it looks like National now have the numbers to get this passed. Of course, the front page story is all about the royal baby, with this huge erosion of privacy relegated to a small article near the bottom of the front page. Three cheers, the monarchy is secure, never mind the rights of the people. More bread and circuses anyone?

Monday, July 22, 2013

A Classic Vintage Mystery Of Modern Times

WineCare marketed itself as a high-security cellar that stores, catalogs and cares for 27,000 cases of wine in the basement of a Manhattan warehouse, charging substantial fees to safeguard collections worth tens of millions of dollars.

 But there was one problem: the cellar was just 100 yards from the Hudson River. And when Hurricane Sandy struck, the water came rushing in.

Some Mormons Search The Web And Find Doubt

When Hans Mattson discovered credible evidence that the church’s founder, Joseph Smith, was a polygamist and that the Book of Mormon and other scriptures were rife with historical anomalies, Mr. Mattsson said he felt that the foundation on which he had built his life began to crumble.

Vet Military Aviator Need A Good Job?

Help wanted: At least 130 veteran military aviators for nine-year commitment to fly fighter jets. Salary: $34,500 to $97,400. Plus good benefits and a $225,000 signing bonus — guaranteed. Contact: U.S. Air Force by Sept. 30.

42 People On The Net That You Won't Believe Exist


Sunday, July 21, 2013

Diving Monkeys


"When people say the feds are monitoring what people are doing online,
what does that mean? How does that work? When, and where, does it start? Pete Ashdown, CEO of XMission, an internet service provider in Utah, knows. He received a Foreign Intelligence Service Act (FISA) warrant in 2010 mandating he let the feds monitor one of his customers, through his facility. 

He also received a broad gag order. Says Mr. Ashdown, 'I would love to tell you all the details, but I did get the gag order... These programs that violate the Bill of Rights can continue because people can't go out and say, This my experience, this is what happened to me, and I don't think it is right.'

 In this article, Mr. Ashdown tells us about the equipment the NSA installed on his network, and what he thinks it did."
Men of God

John Wesley Redfield was a man who awakened both the sleeping sinner and careless Christian. When Mr. Redfield prayed or preached men and women were touched by Jesus and went home different than when they came. Under the influence of Mr. Redfield's ministry, the slaves of sin were brought to repentance and totally set free. Wherever he preached, church after church seemed to be effected in the same way.

 On one occasion Mr. Redfield entered the pulpit with an especially intense and heavy burden pressing upon his heart. Without hesitation he began his message by clearly describing all those who had lived in the church for years without true saving grace; who had sat under the most searching gospel ministry; who had seen the truth lived out before them and yet rejected it all. With passion he warned all those who had shunned the narrow path of repentance and the cross of Christ. As Mr. Redfield spoke the Holy Spirit brought a shaking conviction of sin upon the entire congregation. Some cried out, some fell prostrate before they could get to the altar, and others fell at the altar. The slain lay in some places totally helpless, one upon another until the aisles were closed for hours. At this exact same time, people miles away also fell under the power of God in the seclusion of their own homes.
The key to John Wesley Redfield's success was his total and unrelenting dependence upon Jesus Christ. Through many trials he had learned that he could truly do nothing apart from Jesus.  Is it not true, that much of our failure to bring forth lasting change lies at the feet of our own self-dependence and pride? We must recover our simplicity and joy of devotion to Jesus. We must repent and put away our methods and programs of self-reliance and once again embrace the "better part" of sitting at the feet of Jesus in humility and prayer. (Luke 10:38-42)

 Fire kindles more fire. In 1904 one of the most significant revivals of the modern Church age swept through Wales. News of the Welsh revival quickly encircled the globe, bringing with it sparks of hope and expectation. Soon revival fires were burning in India, China, Korea and America. Instrumental in the revival in India was a young woman by the name of Pandita Ramabai.

 G. H. Lang after spending some time at Mukti observing the revival wrote, "little girls were lost for hours in the transport of loving Jesus and praising Him. Young Christians were counting it a rare privilege to spend many successive hours in intercessory prayer for strangers never seen or known . . . In one meeting we were seventeen hours together; the following day more than fifteen hours passed before the meeting broke up with great joy." "Dr. Nicol MacNicol, the scholarly biographer of Pandita Ramabai reported that these who seemed to have such emotional blessings at the time of the revival were still living steadfast, godly lives twenty years later."

E. M. Bounds in his classic little book "Power Through Prayer", wrote, "What the Church needs today is not more or better machinery, not new organizations or more and novel methods, but men whom the Holy Ghost can use - men of prayer, men mighty in prayer."  

 John Oxtoby, affectionately known as "Praying Johnny". Praying Johnny was not known for his culture or great intellect, he possessed neither. What he possessed was the faith that moves mountains. His speech and words were not considered eloquent to the ears of men, yet they were always sweet to the Father's ear. "Six hours each day he usually spent on his knees, pleading with God, in behalf of himself, the Church and sinners."
"When travailing in anguish for a revival in the neighborhood in which he was laboring and when deeply anxious to see the glory of the Lord revealed, he spent many hours in secluded retirement; and has sometimes in this manner devoted whole days and nights to God." 

Praying Johnny not only exercised the power of prayer in the closet, but also in the public assembly. Often in answer to his public prayers whole assemblies were slain by the power of the Holy Spirit. Strong men struck with conviction fell to their knees and cried for mercy. 

 "And I sought for a MAN among them, that should make up the hedge, and stand in the gap before me for the land, that I should not destroy it: but I found none. - Ezek. 22:30. 

 It was Seth Joshua who once wrote "All prayer is hidden. It is behind a closed door. The best spade diggers go down into deep ditches out of sight. There are numbers of surface workers, but few who in self-obliteration toil alone with God." 

 J. Pengwern Jones recalls the prayer life of John Hyde. "He was always on his knees when I went to bed, and on his knees long before I was up in the morning, though I was up with the dawn. He would also light the lamp several times in the night, and feast on some passages of the Word, and then have a little talk with the Master. He sometimes remained on his knees the whole day. The Spirit made him an object-lesson to us, that we might have a better idea of Christ's prayer life." 

"What is the secret of the anointing of the Holy Spirit? Does God endue men in a sort of haphazard way? Has He favorites? Certainly not! God's difficulty is to find men who are willing to pay the price." Mordecai Ham was a man who was willing to pay the price and as a result was powerfully anointed by the Holy Spirit.  

 Mr. Hams thoughts on the hindrances of true revival. "One of our troubles is we are not willing to humble ourselves. We are not willing to give up our opinions as to how things should be done. We want a revival to come just in our way. You never saw two revivals come just alike. We must let them come in God's way. People are ashamed to admit they need a revival. If you are not willing to take the shame on yourself, you then let it remain on Jesus Christ. You must bear the reproach of your sinful state of indifference, or the cause of our Master must bear it." 

 "Above all George Fox excelled in prayer." It was his habit to wait in silence for the movement of the Holy Spirit and then begin to pray, causing whole congregations to be shaken and humbled under the hand of God Almighty. "As he prayed the power of God came down in such a marvelous manner the very building seemed to rock." Through the ministry of George Fox, a glimmer of Apostolic power was revealed to seventeenth century England. He was a man of the Spirit in an age that emphasized theological and scriptural accuracy at the expense of the power of the Holy Ghost. He always stressed the importance of a Spirit filled life and refused to let dead orthodoxy be a veil for the works of the flesh.

 "Chareles Finney seemed so anointed with the Holy Spirit that people were often brought under conviction of sin just by looking at him. When holding meetings at Utica, New York, he visited a large factory. At the sight of him one of the workers, and then another, and then another broke down and wept under a sense of their sins, and finally so many were sobbing and weeping that the machinery had to be stopped while Finney pointed them to Christ."

 Revivals are seasons of intense and rapid spiritual growth, and such growth always involves change. Growing children demand new and larger garments, just as growing trees need room for their expanding roots. The sincere seekers of lasting revival must be willing to change and yield to the Spirit's control. The wind, water, and fire of the Holy Ghost are ever moving elements that require plenty of room to breathe. We must beware of quenching and smothering the influence of the Holy Spirit by our predetermined preferences and stiff religious traditions. True revival will not come through our fleshly might or organizational power, but ONLY by God's Spirit! Have we given the Holy Spirit permission to change US?

 It became increasingly apparent that E. M. Bounds was gifted in building and reviving the Church. This prophet of prayer often made preachers uncomfortable with his call for holiness and his attacks on lusting for money, prestige and power. "His constant call for revival annoyed those who believed that the Church was essentially sound . . ." God gave him a great prayer commission, requiring daily intercession. He labored in prayer for the sanctification of preachers, revival of the Church in North America and the spread of holiness among professing Christians. He spent a minimum of three to four hours a day in fervent prayer. "Sometimes the venerable mystic would lie flat on his back and talk to God; but many hours were spent on his knees or lying face down where he could be heard weeping . . .

 Andrew Bonar was a man who was intimately acquainted with Jesus Christ. As a result he saw what Jesus saw and therefore cared, wept and prayed like Jesus. Far too often our own eyes are dry because our eyes are blind to the needs around us. Many of us have become blinded by the temporal, till we can no longer see the eternal reality of the holiness of heaven and horrors of hell. Lord draw us back to the prayer closet where blind eyes see and hardened hearts are broken. Lord, have mercy and bring us to brokenness! 

I put up a Brant Baker video on youtube and took it down because a copyrighted song was sung by the choir at the end of the video and got flagged as a possible copyright violation by someones robot. "He shall reign for ever and ever, Hallelujah, Hallelujah" was the song being sung by the Shekinah choir.

Even though it is under fair use, I had to take it down because David Di Sabbatino of the Lonnie Frisbee documentary reported me to Youtube for sharing a trailer to his documentary. I had a link to his website on the post, free publicity for him. But he dissed me anyway. I got one point against me for that. One more and Youtube will close my account.  So...

A truly good historic video from 1977, made by Brant Baker will not appear on youtube.

Brant Baker Shekinah Fellowship Long Beach CA "The Priest Are Unfit To Minister"

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Saturday, July 20, 2013

When a man of God loses his faith (David Wilkerson)


Are We Missing the Truths Of The Gospel?

You Will Surly Find Me

Maui Hawaii

Ever Notice Leaf Blowers Always Seem To Be Around When Your Talking?

My son and I have noticed that where ever we go leaf blowers appear and disrupt our conversations. Especially when we are praying or involved in spiritual matters.

Lonnie Frisbee Speaking In Scandinavia

Lonnie leads worship with an interpreter, Stanley Sjöberg - a well known pastor from Sweden in an unidentified Scandinavian church. I connected it with a video of Lonnie's painting of baby Moses that I had restored for the Stan Frisbee family. There is an anointing upon the worship that you can enter into if you worship along with them. There is no time or space in the spirit realm.

Jesus is the same yesterday, today, and tomorrow. He is at the event of your very first breath, the middle of your life, and your last breath all at the same time. Eternal One Who ever lives, All Mighty God, Everlasting Father...Worship Him for He is worthy of our praise!

Friday, July 19, 2013

Shekinah TV ~ Pastor Tilson Shumate talks about Lonnie Frisbee at the Christ Cathedral (Crystal) to Jim Ewing and David Sloane 7-18-2013

Today's episode lets you in on an informal meeting between some friends who meet together once a year at what is now known as Christ Cathedral. We have found that the new administration is just as inviting and friendly as the last. We totally approve of the new name chosen for this place.

We never know what The Lord is going to do when we meet together here. This year Erik Jannson and his son came and a man named Ted visited with us. All of us went to visit the grave site of
Lonnie where we all had the honor of laying hands on Ted.  Praying and sharing words of knowledge and prophesy over him.

During the session Ted proclaimed, "This is real!" He later texted Jim telling him that he had left us with "something" that he was experiencing.

I know that everyone that we have ever prayed over always leaves us and discovers that they went away with more than they came with. All it takes is one touch of the Holy Spirit to change a life forever.

I left our meeting in a prayerful state still lifting our visitor Ted up and interceding for him. All of us had a sort of debriefing standing in the parking lot before leaving. We compared notes and it was agreed that Ted has the calling of "Pastor" over his life. We did not tell him when he was with us. It will be interesting to see what develops between  him and the Holy Spirit.

Europeans are so much smarter than Americans here is proof

Frankenstein food firm 'quits' Europe: U.S. giant surrenders in face of public suspicion over its pesticide-resistant GM crops

Earth's Giant Hole

Natural Gas Industry

"A landmark federal study on hydraulic fracturing, or fracking, shows no evidence that chemicals from the natural gas drilling process moved up to contaminate drinking water aquifers at a western Pennsylvania drilling site. After a year of monitoring, the researchers found that the chemical-laced fluids used to free gas trapped deep below the surface stayed thousands of feet below the shallower areas that supply drinking water."

We Are Own U

"A Dutch newspaper has a digital version of the letter Mr. Opstelten, Secretary of Justice and Security, sent to Dutch Parliament (PDF in Dutch), in which he quietly admits to 56,825 phone taps (a 3% rise in one year) and to 16,676 internet taps in 2012, a 400% rise, or a fivefold increase, in one year. An older report already exposed the Netherlands as one of the biggest wiretappers in the western world. Slate also knew, back in 2006, that Europeans actually love wiretapping and internet tapping. In the Netherlands, a country with a population of only 16 million, the practice has risen to the level of a staggering 1 in 1,000 phones being tapped."

Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Look Up

So why is it so important to teach people about chemtrails? So what if it is true and someone is spraying us with something?

Because it is setting everyone up for immune defense failure. There are persons who want you gone.

Neo, The Red Pill

"A new study suggests there's more to nanoparticle toxicology than cell life and death. Although immune cells treated with iron oxide particles appeared healthy in standard toxicology tests, they struggled to perform one of their key jobs: engulfing pathogenic bacteria. The researchers wonder if exposure to significant levels of the nanoparticles could lead to dysfunction in people's immune systems."

Chemtrails have been tested and found to contain unsafe amounts of nanoparticles.
Here is someone who worked  in a trained capacity to protect others from environmental dangers...and found that indeed there is something nefarious going on at some airforce bases.

 So the next time you see the white haze all over your city, realize that you are breathing nanoparticles. Look up and look for the signs of chemtrails in the sky .

What in the World Are They Spraying? (Full Length)

Holes In Heaven (How It Is Being Used)

Investigation Of HAARP

Insider speaks up on chemtrails

Friday, July 12, 2013

Maui Is The Best (ONO) Maui no ka oi

"Here today gone to Maui"

After much pressure from my wife I finally gave in and now as a result am relaxing on Kaanapali beach in Maui. What an ugly place with it's azure warm blue water. The noisy tropical birds chirping everywhere. Soft traditional Hawaiian music in the background. Had breakfast and "Broke da mouth" as the locals would say.

Wish you were here...LOL! Love it...

Tourism is one of the main sources of income for this island...Aloha!

Ok...these are not the best pictures, but you get an idea of the place I am staying at. Today I am going to drive around a bit and later I will update some more pictures for you to enjoy.


Todays journey took us by some secluded spots that mostly the locals know about. 
We met Calvin.

We were Hokupuni (Rock Prayer) beach where you can set up tents and campout. As I was standing there suddenly Calvin was there next to me from out of nowhere! He was super friendly and said, "Welcome back home." The Aloha was sincere and genuine coming from him. 

He was very concerned because some locals were setting out fish net with to small of an "Eye." The illegal net was designed to catch even the baby fish. He wanted me to send some picture proof to the local The Hawaii Department of agriculture and fisheries for him. (I had my cam with me as always.)

I think Calvin lives in this tent...
The ocean is crystal blue here
Time to go for a swim. The water is very warm. I just spotted a pod of dolphins in a feeding frenzy outside my Maui cottage window. 
I found that floating in the middle of the Pacific ocean on Maui to be very therapeutic and super relaxing. I floated for hours on my back in the warm crystal blue ocean. If ever you want some place to visit that is truly paradise, this is it!
 My wife and I were so blessed that we are already thinking about making plans to return soon. I have never seen ocean water so pure and clean. The blues were incredible.