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Let God’s Spirit be at Peace with Us

Zechariah’s Vision of Four Chariots from Doré’s English Bible

How Nations stay at Peace with God

Zechariah 6: 1 And I turned, and lifted up mine eyes, and looked, and, behold, there came four chariots out from between two mountains; and the mountains were mountains of brass. 2 In the first chariot were red horses; and in the second chariot black horses; 3 and in the third chariot white horses; and in the fourth chariot grisled and bay horses.

BRASS represents JUDGMENT. “Horses” pulling chariots here represent “spirits” or philosophies or ideologies powering socio-economic political systems. Red is the color representing Communism, black represents Socialism, white represents Capitalism (he that will not work let him not eat, the worker is worthy of his wages, a wise man leaves an inheritance to his children’s children) and the color of the forth horse is literally translated “green” (the translators had never seen a green horse, and used alternate meanings that could also fit the word) and green is the color of Islam. Communism and Socialism went north into Asia and Europe: Islam took over much of Africa: Capitalism eventually went into Europe and some of Asia after Communism and Socialism had failed there.

4 Then I answered and said unto the angel that talked with me, What are these, my lord? 5 And the angel answered and said unto me, These are the four spirits of the heavens, which go forth from standing before the Lord of all the earth. 6 The black horses which are therein go forth into the north country; and the white go forth after them; and the grisled go forth toward the south country.

BUT Islam is not contented to enslave all of Africa, but demands global dictator status: 7 And the bay (the green horse) went forth, and sought to go that they might walk to and fro through the earth: and he said, Get you hence, walk to and fro through the earth. So they walked to and fro through the earth.

Islam spreads by infiltrating other countries, exploiting the humanitarian philosophies of those countries, over populating while demanding total economic support and refusing to integrate, and then violently taking those countries all over the earth.

And God says of Capitalism, which came after Communism and Socialism,

8 Then cried he upon me, and spake unto me, saying, Behold, these that go toward the north country have quieted my spirit in the north country.

The nations learned that Communism and Socialism do not work and adopted Capitalism – as a result they then gained fairness, prosperity, and peace – that pleased God.

The teaching of God’s Word is that each person should work and earn his living, each worker should be timely paid his wages, budget his money, save for emergencies, purchases, and to provide for his future generations. Charity in Scripture teaches we temporarily help people to get back to where they are earning their own living, and nothing in sScripture teaches we should be guaranteed a living wage if we will not work to learn skills that command a living wage, or that we should receive medical care, or any other thing at all unless we are actively working to earn those necessities. Socialism has never worked in the long term because it always ends up like it is now in Venezuaila – extreme poverty, starvation, arbitrary decisions against the working people by the Socialist elite, rioting, and violence with a very few uber-rich who previously ran the dead Socialist system. Ultimately a strong military leader emerges to purge the corrupt government and becomes a dictator.

Is Socialism the environment we want earth to adopt? Do we want Socialist Death Committees deciding that the medical care our loved ones need is “too expensive” and “doesn’t fit the needs of the State” so they are denied proper care and effectively ordered murdered by witholding food and water to be sure that they die? Do we want to live in a world where only criminals and government have the ability to defend their own rights and family?

Should we listen to the Word of God and adopt Capitalism instead? Should we reward workers according to their personal industry? Should we help only those who actually need our help and in ways that cause them to become productive members of our communities? Should we require (and train) all people to be financially and socially responsible so that they do not need others’ help? Should each Citizen be a member of the community in every way, including willingness and capacity to stand up to any terrorist threat temporarily until professionally employed government security personnel can arrive and take over?

Because that is what the Founding Fathers codified in the Constitution for the United States. And we need to do that or die.


Ignorance, even well meaning ignorance, is not bliss

Picture of commemoration of attack on 02.03.2011

By Genet, Commemoration of Frankfurt Airport shooting terrorist attack on March 6, 2011.

There is much publishing of the atrocities committed by Muslims, and their carnal, wicked behavior.

I believe there are also people who consider themselves to be Muslim because that is all they have known, who earnestly do want to obey the One and only person who is the One God of Abraham. They do not understand that Islam was created not by the God of Abraham but by one who desires the total destruction of all that the One God of Abraham created.

God seeks honest hearts and reveals his Truth to those who honestly will listen. Those Muslims who seek and meet the One God of Abraham will understand he is not Allah (el-Ah, the violent moon god of Ur from whom Abraham departed) but that the One God of Abraham made a human body and lived inside it to save, not destroy, everything he has created. And that presence of God in the human body was known as Jeshua the Messiah, that is Jesus the Christ.

Once they understand the One God of Abraham is the divine Spirit that lived in the body we know as Jesus Christ, and follow him, then they will finally find peace. In the world we have tribulations, but we can take courage because He has overcome the world.

Maranatha.

Know Jesus, know peace. No Jesus, no peace.


ALC Maker’s Space is coming

Abundant Life Church is starting a new thing called Groups which will each be on a secular topic of interest to those who participate, and will meet in lieu of the traditional Wednesday evening Bible Study service. (Typical groups last time were Finances, Cropping for Christ, & Shooting and Firearm Safety.  My church is kinda crazy like that) The point is to involve the wider community, not just church members. There will still be a small group meeting Wednesday evenings at ALC for those who don’t have an interest in anything.

Anyway, due to some temporary lapse in sanity, ALC has actually approved yours truly to sponsor one of those groups. I submitted our description as follows. I’ll post start details & dates for any interested once I have them. This is for makers and minions.


 

Made in the Image of God, we are Creators! For people who make things out of micro controllers, electronics, leather, wood, and steel. That’s not a junk TV, it’s a parts bonanza!

A Maker’s Space, we gather to share and discuss technology ideas, cool things to make, and learn and see what each other has been building. In the event of fire or explosion the church has insurance.

My initial thoughts are interesting projects such as wireless electronic signs, quadrocopters, furnace controls, and performance art lighting, using TI Launchpads, Arduino, and Raspberry Pi micro controllers, but anything goes. Just have to see what awesome ideas people have when they come.

Coffee, fellowship, Windoze & Linux workstations, & an ugly but indestructible work bench provided. I have some proto-boards. Lots of junk box parts. Room full of electronics upstairs that we need to empty anyway. Meets weekly in the Community & Bridge rooms. Steam punk garb optional.

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P.S. We will start each session with coffee and prayer. “Sweet Jesus! Why did I make that!” is probably not what we want to pray.