I’m figuring out what’s happening with our lefty segment of society here in America. I describe it in this audio tape.
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.… I’ve also studied information about how technology can be learned from the spirit realm that hurts humans. Yes I believe this is possible. …
… There is so much spirituality going on that it’s a scary place in the world! …
This video was taken while driving around Seattle on a beautiful day. I wanted to see how Seattle is doing during this time of loosened mask restrictions.
People were outside walking around, eating outdoors on sidewalk sections of restaurants. It’s slowing beginning to look normal.
There’s nothing special in this video – there’s no narration, I’m not saying anything and there’s no background music.
But if you want to see what some streets in Seattle look like then enjoy this video!
Driving through Seattle – street view
I just want to join the crowd of people saying that climate change is a hoax. I think there is enough reason to not trust our government, and the science being used today seems to be to make us afraid. Take covid19 for example. Even though it was found to be manufactured in a lab and was told to be caused by bat’s that infected humans, well that was a lie… it’s still being a fear-mongering technique used to get us to submit to our liberties being limited, and having governors, like Gov Inslee here in Washington state, telling us to wear masks IF WE HAVE NOT BEEN VACCINATED. So we are still being pushed to get the jab, even in the face of high recovery rates. How long will we be subjected to these lies and fear-mongering by our government and state officials?
Due to censorship of YouTube, my audio recordings can be found on my Rumble channel, Christian in a liberal state at https://rumble.com/c/c-939853. or on Spotify at https://open.spotify.com/show/61kdJE7Y0e8cXxhmT4Q0Py
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As I was looking back at some of my notes I came across this old recording I did from 12/2017.
Since it’s still an interest of mine I think it’s worth reposting. Comments are welcome.
Follow God not pagans
As the people did of Jesus’s day while he walked the earth, many sought the healings and casting out of demons and other miracles he performed, and not his teachings. Today so many who call themselves Christians are seeking the same things; healings, the miracles they say they can perform but not proving anything. Again, they do not seek Jesus and his teachings, they seek these people trying to make a name for themselves and falling into sin. As the Bereans did we should follow the Lord, read and understand his Word.
Or do you not know that the unrighteous will not inherit the kingdom of God? Do not be deceived: neither the sexually immoral, nor idolaters, nor adulterers, nor men who practice homosexuality, nor thieves, nor the greedy, nor drunkards, nor revilers, nor swindlers will inherit the kingdom of God.1 Corinthians 6:9-10
I want to add a resource for something that’s often hard to talk about.
The topic may be hard to hear, so skip this post in case you may be triggered about violence and being a victim where your personal boundaries become violated.
For those of you who may have been harmed in your lives from maybe a family member or friend, neighbor, or even a stranger – this may be something for you; it’s called “To the Survivors: One Man’s Journey as a Rape Crisis Counselor with True Stories of Sexual Violence” – and is;
“about one man’s journey as a rape crisis counselor with true stories of sexual violence shared by survivors in their own words. Gently and beautifully constructed, To the Survivors is moving, tender, sharp, and piercingly true all at once. Readers will encounter uncensored written stories, poems, and interviews from women and men who have experienced rape and sexual assault, plus the advocate-author voice that weaves their experiences together. The survivors are diverse in age, gender, and ethnicity, yet each gives a similarly raw and heartfelt account of his or her victimization and recovery. The authenticity and vulnerability with which survivors speak resonates profoundly. But this book is not just for survivors of sexual violence. Robert Uttaro believes anyone can benefit from the words in these pages, rape survivor or not.”
I have read through some of the stories and as having been a domestic violence & sexual assault crisis line counselor in the past, I would say this is a way to open up a discussion and help people understand the violence of sexual assault. It is many times hard to talk about and is a very painful subject.
I hope you will find this a book of interest to someone who has been a victim, or yourselves. It may help them feel as if they are no longer alone.
Here is a site that I think might be helpful and was launched today.
Any feedback is appreciated.