ALL OF IT IS EVIL
Honesty is the beginning of freedom.
faith in a system that is fundamentally broken and immoral,
faith that we repeat the past solely because “that’s all we know?”
Is that a conspiracy?
Academics live off the conspiracy to keep students paying for college, and dorm, when all they really need is technical skill.
Writers live off the conspiracy to market their content as so special, you should pay.
What do you call the conspiracy known as a family?
“Oh, that’s just uncle Joe...”
I am a pretty intuitive person, and I had never had that sensation before.
Of course it probably was total garbage, but when I put the phone near the mirror & the lamp, the app went completely crazy.
It only happens sometimes, but it's always with the same people.
I've gotten used to it.
Faith challenges you to deal with reality.
I posted a photo, and the Internet went crazy.
People attacked me, but they also attacked #QAnon believers for believing she was dead.
I did see it with my own two eyes.
But Ginsburg "dissented."
Again, Ginsburg "dissented."
Sturgeon v. Frost
Republic of Sudan v. Harrison
Frank v. Gaos
Obduskey v. McCarthy & Holthus LLP
Nielsen v. Preap
Washington State Department of Licensing v. Cougar Den, Inc.
Should we go on????
HOW DO WE KNOW RBG IS COMPETENT
And to cover the conspiracy, they tell us to simply "have faith."
"Eric Swalwell and Pay to Play"
"Congressman Pete Stark has been getting a lot of flak for alleging that his challenger engages in pay-to-play politics, but some of the charges appear to be true."
So there were 2 pay to play allegations, not 1.
But he has NEVER, NEVER voted against his party.
For a third, he went straight to Twitter to dramatically share the audio, which somehow, magically, has a recording of dialing beforehand, & the dial tone after the caller hung up.
I have read all the drops, and I believe this faith to be warranted.
Elisha taught faithless people that God is all-powerful.
Team Q plays bold and dirty at times.
They are dealing with dirty people.
They use surveillance.
To bring it back to the beginning of this discussion, the same holds true for Israel, and the Mossad.
We will have to look them in the eye, and vomit at the things we see.
We will have to.
“I will make a new covenant w the house of Israel & the house of Judah...
I will put my Torah within them, & on their heart I will write it.”
(Jeremiah 31:31, 33)
And now, the two stories.
Our first tale centers on the Syrian general Naaman.
He visits Elisha, who tells him to dip in the Jordan River.
The faithless Naaman is insulted; his ego has told him to expect some sort of ostentatious miracle.
Na'aman tries to pay Elisha, who says no.
Na'aman begs Elisha for some earth to take home from the Holy Land.
Na'aman, in fact, is considered a convert. As he said:
"Here, please, I know that there are no gods on all the earth except in Israel. (2 Kings 5:13-15)"
The enemy has fled, because they believe they're about to be invaded.
They've left all their riches behind.
The king, who is evil, can't believe there could be a Godsend here.
And so he assumes the whole thing is a trap.
Nevertheless, he sends someone to check it out.
But what happened the day before?
“This time tomorrow, a seah [a biblical measurement] of choice flour shall sell for a shekel at the gate of Samaria, and two seahs of barley for a shekel” (II Kings 7:1, 7:18).
“You shall see it with your own eyes, but you shall not eat of it” (7:2, 7:19).
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Have a good day everyone.