How curious that I just not five minutes ago got finished posting and mentioned the Book of Daniel and the conflict between the King of the North and the King of the South. Here their hypothetical identities (or at least regions) become even clearer when one understands Turkish aspirations and enmity against Saudi Arabia.
I never thought about it but it might very well be that Saudi Arabia is a creation of global bankers bent on controlling what was, at that time, the world's primary source of oil.
I don't know this guy nor do I watch his program of TV at all. But apparently he's a Christian so...I've got an opinion on this matter:
First of all, anti-Christina gloaters will do what they do...celebrate evil. They won't have any remorse that something bad was done. They'll be celebrating that somebody they hate, associated with a concept they hate (i.e. Christianity) has stumbled.
Secondly, Christians aren't supposed to be perfect. They're just supposed to be 'saved'.... and getting better all the time. Which is something that non-Christians can't say.
It sounds to me like Josh 'did the right thing' and one of the things that I've realized as I move along the Christian path is that we all need forgiveness at various times in our lives. Considering how much sin there is in society today, that goes ignored and for which nobody feels any remorse about...I think what Josh has done, in resigning, is laudable.
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Take a look at this summary page from a search I did on Tumblr.com. What does it tell you?
It tells me that there's a LOT of Kizomba related content on Tumblr.com. I've had a Tumblr account for many, many years. I was always torn between using Posterous.com and Tumblr.com and for various reasons, I chose Posterous.
In retrospect maybe that wasn't a good idea because Yahoo bought Posterous and then shut them down. For some reason which eludes me now, I neglected to scrape my MANY, many posts off of Posterous so, as a result, it was like being digitally lobotomized, i.e. I lost all that content.
But Tumblr is still around and by all appearances they're still doing well. I always thought Tumblr was as oriented toward writing as it was towards pictures, but.....obviously they didn't design their platform around my wants.
One good thing about Tumblr is that they do have a bookmarklet that makes it easy to curate...but I don't think they have the FB and other social media platform that scoop.it does. I no longer use RebelMouse.com because they've gotten too complicated.
I miss Posterous but I might start paying more attention to Tumblr.
Medical and recreational-purpose marijuana laws by state
I thought this was an interesting, and encouraging, article. I have no plans to ever return to the US so I won't be able to benefit from this common sense. But I still think that there's not a damn thing wrong with smoking weed. If more people smoked that stuff and drank less beer and liquor...the world would be a better place.
She's got a lot of 'balls' talking about racism. What do you wanna be that ALL the power elite that put her scallywag husband into office are white?? If it wasn't for them, her 'better half' would probably be working as a clerk in an import/export company somewhere in Kenya and she would be a 'former' attorney working in a Walmart somewhere.
Deolinda - "Seja Agora", do álbum "Mundo Pequenino"  Música e Letra - Pedro da Silva Martins Arranjos - Deolinda Produção - Jerry Boys e Deolinda Video...
This video is part of a YouTube playlist for a Portuguese singer known as 'Deolinda'. She's got a cute singing style. You can read more about her background on Wikipedia. I discovered her on Grooveshark a year or so ago (you knew that Grooveshark is shut down now, right?). She was classified as 'Fado' on Grooveshark but I think that's only in the general sense that 'Fado' is a pop music of Portugal. But she doesn't sound anything like what I consider the real Fado singers like Amalia Rodriguez, Mariza, or others who are much more emotion in their singing style.
If you've ever worked for a boss who reacts before getting the facts and thinking things through, you will love this.
Arcelor-Mittal Steel, feeling it was time for a shakeup, hired a new CEO. The new boss was determined to rid the company of all slackers.
On a tour of the facilities, the CEO noticed a guy leaning against a wall. The room was full of workers and he wanted to let them know that he meant business. He asked the guy, "How much money do you make a week?" A little surprised, the young man looked at him and said, "I make $400 a week. Why?" The CEO said, "Wait right here."
He walked back to his office, came back in two minutes, and handed the guy $1,600 in cash and said, "Here's four weeks' pay. Now GET OUT and don't come back!!"
Feeling pretty good about himself the CEO looked around the room and asked, "Does anyone want to tell me what that goof-ball did here?"
From across the room a voice said, "Pizza delivery guy from Domino's."
You know what this makes me think of? It makes me think of that portion in the Bible in the Book of David where it has that somewhat confusing part about the King of the North and the King of the South and them going back and forth...i.e.hard to tell who the good guys are.
In this video we see that Egypt and ISIS aren't exactly the best of friends. That hypothetically fits in with the hypothesis some have that the Antichrist could be a Muslim....i.e. somebody who would be able to make peace with antagonistic Muslim factions.
Also to factor in, it wouldn't do any good to have a strong Muslim leader unless you that leader also had the semblance of a strong military arm...which is exactly what you see developing in the Middle East now lead by the Saudis.
Of course 'the world' would tolerate a strong Muslim leader because, at that point in the story, they'd just want ANYBODY who could put a stop to all the crap going on.
New evidence about addiction isn't just a challenge to us politically. It doesn't just force us to change our minds. It forces us to change our hearts.
I'm glad I read this article because it gives me an entirely new perspective on drug addiction. The author says that it's not the drug 'hook' of the chemicals that traps users. It's something else. Find out by reading the article.
Wow! This article is an excellent read. It'll take about 15 minutes but it's entirely worth it...not only because of the extracts it has from somebody who obviously was a towering pillar among our country's forefathers also because (truth be known) the article itself is well written.
Probably no non-Christians are aware of the influence that Christianity had on our founding fathers and the birth and growth of our once-great country. Probably even most Christians, if they don't have any interest in history, don't know how important the hand and word of God was in the birth of our country.
I find it very interesting. Anybody who reads this article will learn a LOT. It's full of jewels that will help put a lot of what's happening today into proper perspective.
A retirement choice for the adventurous, Cambodia is finding its place as a small but shining success story in the developing world.
Yeah, it's one country that has changed a LOT. I was there in 1971 and it was really a dump. The only pretty girl I saw was the stewardess on the airline that took me from Saigon to Phnom Penh. But it's changed now. Me...I'd probably go to Sihanoukville if I went there.
I've seen this video at least two previous times but I always think it's interesting to watch again when WND.com advertises it. The idea that the Jew 'appear' to have gotten it wrong regarding where 'the Second Temple' was built is interesting because it parallels what any good intelligence or counterintelligence or 'disinformation' campaign would do...i.e. confuse the enemy with wrong information so that they'll waste their resources and be ineffective.
You can bet that Satan doesn't want the Temple rebuilt. Or at least he has something to gain by its building being delayed. On the other hand, why couldn't you assume God does NOT want anybody to know where His temple will be rebuilt...at least until the proper time comes?
Frankly I wouldn't be surprised if there is an inner group of Jewish leaders who know very well that the real Temple is NOT where most people think it is/was. The Jews are not stupid people and they take this stuff very seriously.
I find it very hard to believe that God would allow His people to rebuild His temple in the wrong spot....like that 'bridge to nowhere' up in the US Northwest several years ago (remember?).
By all accounts, the Jews are getting ready to rebuild the temple. They're training the priests, breeding the sacrificial animals, preparing the priestly garments, and probably making the various gold and brass fixtures that are used in the Temple rituals.
Plus, on God's clock (which is calculated to piss off Satan and his minions, the radical Arabs), now would be a great time to rebuild the Temple.
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