May 26, 2017

Q. Who is the One True God? A. The Lord Jesus Christ


Who is the one true God that we pray to? He is the Lord Jesus Christ, the Word of God, the Creator, the First and the Last, the Alpha and Omega, the Lamb of God, the Saviour, the Redeemer. the Great I Am and so much more!

In the beginning was the Word, and the Word was with God, and the Word was God.

And the Word was made flesh, and dwelt among us, (and we beheld his glory, the glory as of the only begotten of the Father,) full of grace and truth.

For God so loved the world, that he gave his only begotten Son, that whosoever believeth in him should not perish, but have everlasting life.


May 24, 2017

An Open Secret: Documentary on Hollywood Pedophelia

This 2014 film looks into the issue of underage sexual abuse in the Hollywood-entertainment industry. Oscar-nominated director Amy Berg follows the stories of five former child actors whose lives were turned upside down by multiple predators, including the convicted sex offenders who owned and operated the now infamous Digital Entertainment Network (DEN).



CHEMTRAILS: GERMAN AIRCRAFT MECHANIC WHO INSTALLED SPRAYER ON PLANES SPEAKS OUT

Some call it geoengineering while others call it genocide.



April 23, 2017

WAG THE DOG (1997)

20 years ago, the movie Wag the Dog came to a theater near you.

I never saw it back then but now I own the dvd and have watched it multiple times.

Wag the Dog is a real eye opener if you believe what the tv and your government tell you.

April 13, 2017

Jesus Christ, the Lord of Glory




March 24, 2017

Chicago: Fighting crime with Jesus

Fighting crime with Jesus


FILE - In this May 30, 2016 file photo, police work the scene where a man was fatally shot in the chest in Chicago.

By Cheryl K. Chumley - The Washington Times - Wednesday, March 22, 2017

ANALYSIS/OPINION:

A Chicago pastor, Jon Kelly, tired of seeing kids raised in crime and violence turn around and perpetuate the cycle with their own acts of criminality, has taken his prison past, his theology studies and a hefty dose of good ol’ boldness in God and headed to the streets — taking over drug dealers’ corners and setting up “Jesus Saves” shop.

This is how it’s done, folks.

Kelly, in a phone conversation, said he works with police, schools, other church officials and pretty much anyone of faith, to find the worst of the worst neighborhoods for crimes. Once identified, that’s where he heads, every Wednesday evening during summertime. He and his volunteering force of church congregants, armed with posters about the power of Jesus and dressed for a battle of principalities, stand where the dealers would normally stand. And they tell of the grace and blessings of God to whomever will listen.

In a city where crime rates often take front and center in the national media, and where government has largely failed to stop the surging gun violence, Kelly said he’s trying to win back the streets by appealing to a higher power. What’s more, it’s working, he said.

“It’s amazing what happens,” he said. “It gets tense out there at times. There’s a lot of young guys out there, and when we take over [the dealer corners] they can’t make money. … There’s a lot of people drunk, high.”

It’s not exactly your traditional Sunday sermon.

“It’s called Heroin Highway where we are,” Kelly said, referring to one city spot where the church meets. “The west side … has a massive heroin problem. So if you’re going to do ministry, if your church doesn’t know how to talk to young people … it’s going to be a huge disadvantage.”

That’s where Kelly’s past — one of turmoil and chaos — helps. This, from the website of the Harvest Bible Chapel he pastors: “Pastor Jon was born in Chicago and raised in Philadelphia … Growing up, he spent most his teens in and out of juvenile detention centers and trying not to get killed in the streets. At the age of 19, he landed in prison for his role in a shooting that left a young man dead.” It was in prison he read portions of the Bible, from Matthew to Hebrews. “He was immediately gripped by his sin and his need for salvation in Christ,” the post reads.

After serving time, Kelly headed to Philadelphia, where he attended church and met the woman who would become his wife. Following, he moved to Chicago and studied systematic theology at Moody Bible Institute, and began pastoring duties at Harvest Bible Chapel Cathedral in the downtown area. He now serves as senior pastor of Harvest Chicago West — and as father to two young children.
It’s not as if Kelly has a death wish, or nothing to live for. It’s not as if he doesn’t have opportunity to stay indoors, in the comparative safety of a podium that’s surrounded by four walls, and preach there.

But his street corner mission is working, he said. “We got a lot of guys in our church that way,” he said. “I came here from prison in 2008. Since 2008 and today, there’s been tons of people coming from [the streets] to church.” But it’s more than just the street preaching. A partnering church on the west site offers a practical resource program, The Bridge, that provides for 200 or so who’ve been released from prison, but need help acclimating. And that’s just a drop in the bucket of the collaborative efforts that go forth with other churches, local police and school officials, to take Chicago out of the hands of drug dealers, gang members and thugs and put it back under the protection and blessing of God, Kelly said. The big thing is presence — maintaining a physical, near-constant presence in the neighborhoods.

“They’re not used to pastors being so accessible,” he said, of the youth he interacts with daily on the streets. “People aren’t used to that. … There’s a massive void in the neighborhoods of men and fathers. And so you just listen to them talk. No one’s there to talk to them — but the gangs will.”

So Kelly gives an option — a higher power, a higher purpose — than the one offered by the gangs.

“Dangers? All the time,” he admitted, saying drive-by shootings are a reality that can’t be ignored. “I’m not joking. Christians are’t exempt from getting hit by a stray bullet. … But what compels me is he gospel of Jesus Christ and if we don’t go, who will.” Who, indeed.

Well, God bless you, Pastor Kelly. God bless you and your work. As Matthew tells, “His lord said unto him, ‘Well done, thou good and faithful servant.’”

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/mar/22/fighting-crime-jesus/

March 21, 2017

The Servant of the Lord



Remember that Jesus Christ of the seed of David was raised from the dead according to my gospel: Wherein I suffer trouble, as an evil doer, even unto bonds; but the word of God is not bound. Therefore I endure all things for the elect's sakes, that they may also obtain the salvation which is in Christ Jesus with eternal glory.

And the servant of the Lord must not strive; but be gentle unto all men, apt to teach, patient, In meekness instructing those that oppose themselves; if God peradventure will give them repentance to the acknowledging of the truth; And that they may recover themselves out of the snare of the devil, who are taken captive by him at his will.

2 Timothy 2:8-10, 24-26
https://www.blueletterbible.org/kjv/2ti/2/1/s_1127001

November 22, 2016

REMEMBERING JFK - Listen to Jim Garrison 1967



On July 15, 1967, NBC allowed New Orleans District Attorney Jim Garrison to respond to an NBC program that was highly critical of Garrison's pursuit of alleged Kennedy assassination conspirators in New Orleans.