New Site: Pastors And Teachers Suggested List To Watch And Learn From

assorted hot air balloons photo during sunsetI’ve been feeling happy today while I look up all the websites I like to go to in order to learn more about Christ.

Here are a bunch of teachers and pastors I have learned from over the past few years that I’d like to recommend that are also found on Christianhope.nets web page: Goodies that you may want to check out! Finally – I’m doing something productive while I sit in the library thinking about a job I need to find.

Suggested list of pastors and teachers to watch: The following teachers and pastors are recommendations sorted into alphabetical order of people I like to listen to who you might find helpful to listen to. This is for those of you who are new, please keep watching and listening each day and stay on your path with Our Lord Jesus Christ.

  • Timothy Alberino – Timothy Alberino is an author, explorer and filmmaker with a passion for discovery and truth. His inquisitive mind and insatiable appetite for adventure have led him all over the earth on expeditions of exploration and research.
  • Eric Barger Eric Barger is the author of numerous books, including the best-seller From Rock to Rock, Entertaining Spirits Unaware: The End-Time Occult Invasion (with co-author David Benoit) and Disarming the Powers of Darkness. He has produced dozens of videos detailing various aspects of the Cults, the Occult, World Religions,Current Events, Bible Prophecy, and today’s Entertainment Industry all in the light of a biblical worldview.
  • Carter Conlon – Senior pastor of Times Square Church, an inter-denominational church in New York City, where he joined the pastoral staff in 1994 at the invitation of founding pastor David Wilkerson.
  • JD Farag – Bible prophecy pertaining to the Middle East as well as current prophetic events. In addition to his sermons he also does a weekly prophecy update.
  • Jack Hibbs – Have you listened to Jack Hibbs teach? Or watched him on TV? Well, if you have, it doesn’t take very long to figure out that Pastor Jack is passionate about life! That might be an understatement.
  • John MacArthur – John MacArthur is the pastor-teacher of Grace Community Church in Sun Valley, California, as well as an author, conference speaker, president of The Master’s University and Seminary, and featured teacher with the Grace to You media ministry.
  • Jan Markell – Our purpose is to help people understand the times according to the Bible, contend for the faith in Jesus Christ, and help the Church stand against deception as watchmen on the wall in these last days!
  • LA Marzulli – Author, speaker and lecturer. L.A. Marzulli takes a in depth look at the Bible, nephilim, aliens, angels and Biblical prophecies.
  • Justin Peters – Justin Peters Ministries exists to preach the Gospel of Jesus Christ to the lost and to help equip the saved to “speak the truth in love” – Ephesians 4:15
  • Dr. Charles Stanley – Charles F. Stanley is the founder of In Touch Ministries and a New York Times best-selling author. While his teaching is transmitted throughout the world to millions of people, Dr. Stanley has been said to demonstrate a practical, keen awareness of people’s needs and provide Christ-centered, biblically-based principles for everyday life.
  • Amir Tsarfati – Behold Israel is a non-profit organization. Our mission is to provide reliable and accurate reporting on developments in Israel and the region.
  • Gary Stearman – Prophecy Watchers is a weekly television program, email newsletter and online bookstore hosted by Bible Prophecy expert Gary Stearman.
  • Watchman On The Wall 88 – This channel, Watchman On The Wall 88 (YouTube) has weekly Bible Prophecy Updates as well as other encouraging videos to alert people to the times we are living in.
  • David Wood – “The God who made the world and everything in it is the Lord of heaven and earth and does not live in temples built by human hands. And he is not served by human hands, as if he needed anything. Rather, he himself gives everyone life and breath and everything else.” ~Acts 17:24-25

For those readers who “like” any of these blog posts or post a comment, you will be added to a prayer list and prayed for on a daily basis.

Carry One Another’s Burdens

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In my church lesson today, I actually attended a church service today; we learned about sharing each other’s burdens, consulting one another to be held accountable and to feel supported by one another, and to encourage one another, like he said – he needs to receive prayer by people, to receive text messages during the day to share a verse where someone thought of him, to pray over his life as well as to pray over others lives.

Brothers, if someone is caught in a trespass, you who are spiritual should restore him with a spirit of gentleness. But watch yourself, or you also may be tempted.  Carry one another’s burdens, and in this way you will fulfill the Law of Christ.  –  Galatians 6:1-2

This appealed to me today and I thought it was the perfect message that fell in line over what God has been telling me; I can create a space where we build community, in the Spirit of Jesus Christ – where new believers can find Christ and stay encouraged.  

To disciple them, mentor them, and keep them going in their journey with Christ – so he can speak to them and they learn who He is.

In these last days it is incredibly disturbing how many people are lost to Christ; that we are not a strong voice for the Lord.  We seem to forget he is in our everyday lives, wanting so much to appeal to people; that they know he is there for them and loves them, wanting their souls to be saved.

We can stay together and be the ambassadors, if you will, for Christ – teaching the loving words of Christ, to embody him, and encourage young believers to believe in Christ, to trust him beyond anything they can ever think of – or anyone – not even Joel Osteen can save them, nor will he tell the truth.  He is a false christ if I ever saw one – too bad he is misleading so many down the wrong road; the broad highway of death where dead souls go.

God’s will is to restore as many people as he can, as were given to him to save – and we need to teach the Word – and show them the way.  To keep going, to exort them and teach them the love of the Lord who watches over their lives to strengthen them and build faith in them.  This is freely given, the life-saving Words where Jesus can talk to them in their hearts and minds so that they rely upon His Word to guide them, to believe him.

I wish for you today, I pray for you, that you stay on your path with Christ Jesus, the one and only Lord who has the way to life; eternal life with Him.

Read your bibles; talk to Him, ask him for guidance in your lives today.


New website:

Please excuse weird station identification at the website…

In case you were wondering….I’m working now on getting the error fixed on my home page of my new website at: where the IT support gentleman for the web hosting company has been working to get it hooked up to the right website. Don’t be afraid if you go to the page and it says it’s the “Behind Chrystal Eyes” webpage.  That isn’t mine, folks.  It’s been happening for the last few hours and I’m waiting patiently to work on the website.

God bless and keep you well!


New Website Being Published Shortly

red green hot air balloon during daytime

This is a happy post to announce a new website coming soon.  This blog will remain the same; I could not transfer my domain because this blog ends in “blog”.  Otherwise I would have already transferred it to the new website.

So, in order to find the new website in the coming days, please look for it at:   

I will be working on that site and creating pages in the coming days…

I hope you all are well, and I pray for your happiness and that the Lord Jesus Christ looks out after you – in the name of Jesus!

Something New: A New Website Coming

heartAs you know, I’ve begun creating a Christian website that will be found at the same URL you are looking at right now.

My domain, “” will be created as a hosted website where I can add several pages.

I am in the creation stages but you may find changes by tomorrow morning, where this blog will appear differently to you, so expect changes!

Thank you for being my readers, and I am praying for you.  

Trust In God

This will be a short post: I will have to leave my job, due to feelings of safety being breached. Due to my safety, I am no longer able to give this company my best work due to having my wallet stolen at work by another employee, and not being able to resolve my anger at being left to resolve issues alone. I no longer want to work there.

We all hold value in a world that God created, and my belief is that Our Father, who values the birds of the air, and the fishes of the sea, values and loves His children far more – and why would Our Father, who is good and full of love, who saves us for eternity, want us to feel unsafe?

A world where mankind is soul-filled, is a mean, crazed, and sin-filled world that has no knowledge of God, Our Lord Jesus Christ.

So, in light of my feelings about having no safety, and it not being addressed, I feel that my income there has come to and end, in short order, and I don’t know why I have been singled out by so many mean-spirited person’s who damaged my career, over the past few years, and have succeeded in driving me out of whatever companies I have been employed by.

What’s troubling my soul, is that I have often wanted an internet business, and not having income to support my work in this area has driven me in my worries, to get work in worldly companies where I seek money to buy items I may need. This in hopes I can stay responsibly employed, yet take care of my faith and take time to pray and worship at the same time.

I need more time with God, due to the chances of my becoming successfully employed seem less likely. We Christians are in this world, but are not of the world, as we have been told in the bible.

I have no doubt that God can do major things in our lives, he parted the sea for the Israelites to pass through, and he can do it again if he so chooses.

My life is in Christ’s hands as I pass through the waters in front of me while I seek His guidance. His saving grace comforts me, and I pray He provides comfort and guidance for your lives as well, in Jesus’s Name.

Counselor’s Tempted By Sin: Is Their Fruit Producing Victimizing Sin?

close up of fruits hanging on treeListening to my class lesson in biblical counseling prompted me to want to write this blog about a few of the items the instructor shared.  This portion of his lesson centers around temptation of sin, and how counselor’s may be effected by their own compassion.

Called the “tenderness trap”, he talks about how some counselor’s have been known to feel such compassion, that they become embroiled in making themselves available as an emotional comfort for their counselee.  This could create massive problems in the marriage’s of both parties when a counselor wants to comfort someone in his office, and the counselee accepts a hug, for example.

What if a married, male counselor is alone in his office and wants to be of comfort to a married, female, counselee?  Could this be cause for concern?  He points out that many marriages have been destroyed by the crossing of boundaries, between men and women, who become involved inappropriately.

As a counselor who practiced secularly, I never experienced this problem.  I knew the boundaries and was never tempted to get involved with my clients in an inappropriate manner.  We do have training on this, and that once you’ve been someone’s counselor, you cannot be involved in any way with them on a personal level until after two year’s have passed.

Now we know that doctor’s, college instructors, even high school teachers, have become closely, and intimately involved, even marrying, their patients or students during the time in which they provided their professional services to them.  Some may have divorced their spouse’s during the time they became intimately involved with their clients.  This is not the right way to go; people need services and they do not expect to become intimately involved at that point and should not feel they have to, that they are led into something where they may feel vulnerable and not have the choice to not become involved, due to their needs.

Preying upon people is bad, we know this yet it happens all too often.  In Christian counseling this would become “gross pastoral misconduct”.  The instructor gives examples of how he provides Christian counseling but with his wife present.  I have feelings about this invasion of someone’s privacy yet I know if he has issues around this then he is wise to have someone present.  I just feel that I would not counsel as well if I had someone else, who seemed like a distraction, in the room listening to me and my client.

That’s just my feelings; that I may try to please the other person with me during a counseling session.  We certainly never had someone else in the rooms with us while providing individual counseling in any place I’ve ever worked.  I never had an issue with this, yet I know it’s still occurring and wrongfully so.  It is devastating to a person’s progress when they think they must be close to the counselor on some level.  It never serves the counselee – I will agree with that.  We do not promote predatory behavior or activity using our clients as our victims; that is, of course, a gross sin and it is misconduct and could be brought up in a court of law as being criminal conduct.

The Fruit of the Spirit will never want us to be tempted by such sin, and is a safeguard to us when we become close to someone in their pain; to help shepherd them through.

Sowing God’s Word: Discipleship

good-friday-3243347_640I remember reading the bible years ago, before I became a Christian, in my attempt to seek Him.  Like many, I was enduring terrible times and had come to the end of any possible answers and help out there in the secular world.

Today I’m reading Matthew 13:18-23 in a section called, “The Parable of the Sower Explained”.

Many of my friends I’m sure have had this experience where they read from God’s Word and don’t understand what they’ve read.  The meaning isn’t clear, they have no desire to attend bible studies for many reasons – maybe they are too deep into their crisis to be able to – but for some reason their reading of the bible just doesn’t “stick”.  It gets carried away by the evil one.

Hear then the parable of the sower: When anyone hears the word of the kingdom and does not understand it, the evil one comes and snatches away what has been sown along the path. – Matthew 13:18

The Words of God do not penetrate the souls of these people who had tried to find God but were in a state where they could not concentrate, were in a tailspin, and had no one who really sat down with them and made sure they were reading the bible every day and checking on them, as well as their understanding of what they read.

In my case, I would have liked someone to take me under their wing and mentor me to truly understand what I was reading, to not let me fade away in the midst of my crisis.  Being new to attending church back then, I might have done better if I’d had someone to pray for me regularly.

Today I am starting to pray for my readers and the people I come across – and make a promise to God that I will continue to do so.  If you post a comment on my blog, or “like” my blog I will be praying for you.  Those who want to join me in this, let me know.  Maybe I can start a group where we pray and help those new to God’s Word understand more.  This is important, I think, in these times of trouble in the U.S., and in our world.

Counseling Psychology Falls Short In Addressing Issues Relating To Frequency Weapons: TI’s Suffer Needlessly And Are Given Thoughtless And Meager Help

sound-495859__340While I attending counseling psychology school and then working on a Ph.D. in psychology, I never heard of the weapons I have offered as a few examples below.  These only scratch the surface of weapons technology that I have studied in year’s past.  They are old and outdated even.  But all counselors should know about these since there are more people who have reported health deterioration, and having psychiatric issues, that they attribute to “hearing voices”, or “being targeted” by “perps” that use some of these frequency waves to harm them.

If counselors have never studied these weapons, how can they provide assistance to someone who is really ailing in their suffering by what they believe to be targeting by frequency waves that cannot be seen?  Would a counselor know what to do?  What if some of the things these people are saying are, in fact, true, and they’ve been discounted for years by their psychiatric treatment, or their counselors that they rely on to help them?

Microwave hearing and radio frequency waves were not subjects covered in the curriculum during the late 1990’s when I attended school.  

Since many of the people I have talked to along my travels have often told me about such weapons, I didn’t have time to study them, beyond creating a website that I started which had research articles about bio-weapons in the event that I had to know something about what may have been happening to people, including myself.

In fact, I was concerned enough about my own health that I founded a 501(c)3 non-profit many years ago, in the state of Ohio that revolved around research, support and understanding about what might be happening to these people around the world.

My purpose here on this page is to bring to people’s attention to the fact of those many thousands, possibly, or even more if you look at the U.S. alone,  who have said they were “under attack” by “perps” and having difficulty thinking, sleeping, concentrating, focusing, keeping calm, or being believed, were not entirely out of the minds.  It may be that the field of mental health knows nothing about these technologies or weapons, and are unable to explore these, or hold a normal conversation with someone who thinks they may be “targeted” by such technologies.

I give you examples of frequency wave abstracts and articles that I could easily find online within minutes, below.

As a former mental health clinician who has migrated over to the Christian biblical counseling perspective of human psychology, I have to ask why counseling, whether secular or Christian, has not looked enough at weapons of this type to enhance their treatments, support and healing of clients who talk to them about this issue?

1.   The Voice of God Weapon Returns

“…a device that would operate at a distance and would deliver a message that only a single person could hear.”

by Sharon Weinberger (12/21/2007).

2.   Long Range Acoustic Device

“LRAD systems are used for long range communications in a variety of applications”…

Wikipedia (1/13/2019).

3.   Hearing of microwave pulses by humans and animals: effects, mechanism, and thresholds.

“The hearing apparatus commonly responds to airborne or bone-conducted acoustic or sound pressure waves in the audible frequency range.”

Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering, University of Illinois, Chicago, IL 60607-7053, USA. (6/2007).

4.  Auditory response to pulsed radiofrequency energy.

“The human auditory response to pulses of radiofrequency (RF) energy, commonly called RF hearing, is a well established phenomenon.” 

Motorola Florida Research Laboratories, Ft Lauderdale, FL 33322, USA. (2003).

5.  Ocular effects of radiofrequency energy.

“Radiofrequency (RF) energy has been reported to cause a variety of ocular effects, primarily cataracts but also effects on the retina, cornea, and other ocular systems.” 

Motorola Florida Research Laboratories, Ft. Lauderdale, Florida 33322, (2003).

6.  5G and new wireless technologies, what does this mean for radio frequency exposure?

“As with all wireless technologies radio frequency electromagnetic fields (RF-EMF) are used to provide the connectivity.”

Jack Rowley, Senior Director Research & Sustainability, GSMA (10/5/2017).

7.  Pentagon report investigated lasers that put voices in your head

‘”microwave hearing” – sounds that may include buzzing, ticking, hissing, or knocking that originate within the head.”

Lisa Zyga (2/18/208).