Archive for December, 2016

Always in the wrong

December 31st, 2016

A wolf, seeing a lamb drinking from a river, wanted to find a superficial pretext for devouring him. He stood higher up the stream, and accused the lamb of muddy the water so that he could not drink it. The lamb said that he drank the water only with the tip of his tongue. And […]

Y Islam is such a menace What 2 do about it

December 30th, 2016

After the hit upon Sonny, in the movie the Godfather. The Don recuperating from an assassination attempt upon his own life. Arranges a meeting with the five crime families of New York and New Jersey. And presents this question, how did things ever get so bad?
Here is that same question in regards to world events. […]

Finding the high ground

December 29th, 2016

Aesop had his say yesterday, as did Peter, John, Isaiah and Ezekiel. I don’t know about you, but most likely, you have seen their observation play out one way or another. If you haven’t, take a look at the global arena.
But today, Solomon will have his say.
A wise son makes a glad father, but a […]

Plotter out plotted

December 28th, 2016

An old lion lay sick in a cave, and all the animals came to visit except the fox. The wolf seized this chance to speak ill of the fox in the lion’s hearing, saying, “He had no respect for their lord and master, and that was why he had not even visited him.”
The fox himself […]

Acing your physicals

December 27th, 2016

A patient on being questioned by his doctor about his condition. Answered that he had had an unpleasantly heavy sweat. “That’s good,” said the doctor.
The next time he was asked how he was. He complained of a shivering fit that had nearly shaken him to pieces. “That’s good too,” was the doctor’s comment.
At his third […]

Making of America

December 26th, 2016

Collective bargaining is as American, as Jesus is God, John 10:30, “The Father and I are one.” So a little refresher of images projected across the theater of God’s earth. Focusing on collective bargaining.
The Prophet Daniel had a vision while in bed. Being the studious type, when it came to spiritual matters, he detailed his […]

Manual of mercy and terror

December 25th, 2016

If God had a USA street address, and could be found at work in his office. Surrounded by people called disciples and apostles working together on missions of mercy and destruction. Mercy because God has promised extraordinary benefits for those aligned with him and his many causes. And destruction upon those, who hold opposing views.
Would the feds […]

World changers what it means how its done

December 24th, 2016

We are told that God created the heavens and the earth, Genesis 1:1. The earth later referred to as a garden, and described as Eden somewhere in the Eastern part of the world, Genesis 2:8. Which was perfect, for all habitats with its history discoverable in the first three Chapters of Genesis. But that didn’t […]

Change makers

December 23rd, 2016

A time from the past which reverberates true today. Proving an old adage, what goes around comes around.
It occurred when the United States, with yet another dose of self righteousness embroiled itself in the affairs of yet another nation. This time America turned its fire power on Libya. And it was all about conglomerate oil […]

Emperor’s New Clothes

December 22nd, 2016

Once upon a time there was an Emperor who spent all of his money on new clothes. He did not care about his army, and he never went hunting or riding in the country. In fact, the only time he ever went out was to show off a beautiful suit of new clothes.
For every hour […]

The 20 20 of Hindsight

December 21st, 2016

In a few short days some of histories most profound tales have been discussed. To what avail one wonders because human nature seems more inclined to travail in their losses than from preventing them from occurring. Yes indeed! It’s seems easier to learn from history once it has occurred giving credence to that ancient adage, […]

England a toppled empire how it happened

December 20th, 2016

They say all good things come to an end. And so it was to be for a time in history tagged as the Victorian era. Led by Queen Victoria, a time of successful international conquests and coupled with scientific and industrial advances at home. A period, when it seemed that whatever the United Kingdom wanted, […]

Irrefutable Prophecy

December 19th, 2016

Here’s a tale abounding with evidence, as to how decisions made can impact ones life. But reaches beyond individuals and impacts nations, even stretching itself to impact and frustrate the global community.
So from the chronicled pages of the worlds only completely reliable book comes the unbelievable proven believable. It goes like this, For lo, the […]

Fuck ups abound everywhere

December 18th, 2016

“A great civilization is not conquered from without until it has been destroyed from within,” William Durant, author with his wife, Ariel. The Story of Civilization, in eleven volumes.
Jacob comforting his son, Joseph. “… he (Jacob’s grandson) also shall become a people, and he also shall be great …,” Genesis 48:19.
O! What a history that […]

Christendoms future city a war away

December 17th, 2016

For devout Catholics, and Protestants the controversy over whether Peter was the first Pope will never cease. It’ll never end because the antagonists will never concede from their perspective positions. So why argue, a pointless positional proposition which is exactly what is not to follow. It is better to be a doer than a arguer. […]

Angelic Encounters a Message

December 16th, 2016

Sometime in the future, archaeologists digging through the rubble of what use to be the United States discovered a curious document. In that document they discovered a novel concept for Christendom.
These space travelers traveled to our galaxy from a very distant place. They were a species where everything evolved around 66 books. At any rate […]

Setting the record straight

December 15th, 2016

Or as Isaiah said, get ready for, “The voice of him that cries in the wilderness. Prepare you the way of the LORD, make straight in the desert a highway for our God,” Isaiah 40:3.
With John divinely chosen, echoing, “For this he who was spoken of by the prophet, Isaiah, saying, ‘The voice of one […]

Death 2 America

December 14th, 2016

“It’s so difficult to draw a clear line of separation between the abuse and the wholesome use of the press, that as yet we have found it better to trust the public judgment rather than the magistrate, with the discrimination between truth and falsehood. And hitherto the public judgment has performed that office with wonderful […]

American Foreign Policy

December 13th, 2016

When the jack rabbits addressed a public meeting and claimed that all should have fair shares, the lions answered, “A good speech, Hairy Feet, but it lacks claws and teeth such as we have.” (source:Penguin Classics-Fables of Aesop-”Negotiating From Weakness”)
How the table is turned leaving none to fear the fierceness of the American lion. Despite […]

Beginning of Sorrows

December 12th, 2016

Now the close friends of Jesus were a curious bunch. And sometimes a contemptuous lot, among themselves. Few in history were afforded such unique experiences as that group. To the extent that one of the wrote, “And there are also many other things that Jesus did, which if they were written one by one, I […]