Sunday, January 20, 2019

The Kingdom of Heaven and America's Future - Is Trump the Final Trump

A good friend of mine who lives in England sent me this link to read from Elijah List. 

I hope you will click on the link and read what Johnny Enlow has to say. I haven't posted much lately because I have been working on "The Howling" and there is so much I want to say, I end up almost paralyzed because of the lack of sufficient time to write what needs to be said and finish my book. 

So in bits and pieces, I'm going to put things on my blog. I respond to a lot of emails, and here's one that I wrote in response to a good friend in England. If you read the blog post at the link, you will understand my comments below more fully. If you don't have time to do that, just read my blog post below. It's important that Christians learn what's really going on in America.

Good article. It’s nice to see that he and I are in complete agreement on almost everything. The biggest difference is he has a more optimistic view of the immediate future than I do. I hope that all the pedophilia and corruption in Washington is revealed. I hope God sends those involved to prison. But justice doesn’t always happen here. Some justice will only be meted out in eternity.

God’s Kingdom is expanding and spreading to every tribe that has yet to hear the Gospel. You know the story of the wheat and the tares. God is allowing those tares to exist until the harvest is ripe. Will those tares be uprooted before Jesus returns? 

I’m not sure. I can’t remember your stance on the rapture, but either way, whether we are taken out before Jesus’s return or after He returns, the end result is the same: God wins, and all those who rejected Him will face an eternity in hell.

Now, here is something I want you to think about. I do believe God’s kingdom comes here to earth. Without a tiny shadow of any doubt. It’s here now, growing and expanding. But I don’t think it fully comes in all Its glory until Jesus is sitting on His throne in Jerusalem. It’s a timing thing. 

I think this writer (see link above, Johnny Enlow, Elijah List) thinks God’s kingdom will come shortly to earth in our time because it’s expanding now, and all evil will be stamped out or pushed back in the next few years under Trump’s leadership. I wish that might be so. Especially if Jesus tarries.  

But I don’t know if the kind of righteousness Enlow is describing can happen or if we are so far down this path of unholiness that the future is determined, set, and God is just holding back evil until every last person has heard the Gospel and everyone whose name that's written in the Book of Life has been redeemed.

I think things are going to get darker — and I think you think things are going to get brighter. I hope you are right for my children’s sake. But the church here is asleep. Really asleep. If the church doesn’t wake up — I don’t know what will happen. 

For sure, Trump has taken on the powers of darkness like no one in recent history. And VERY FEW people have a clue. He’s hated without cause. Like someone else we know. 

This is something very concerning to me that no one has talked about. If something happens to Trump, Pence becomes the acting President (and I’m not sure if he might not have some skeletons in his closet that I won’t mention out of respect for him and because those reports could be fallacious). 

But if both Trump and Pence were removed from office, either by impeachment or death, do you know who is next in line?  Nancy Pelosi. She is corrupt to the core, I mean really corrupt. Awful corrupt. She is the Democratic leader in the House now and is the number one person blocking Trump’s wall. The only female more corrupt than her is Hillary (in my opinion).

We are living in perilous times. I am praying more than ever for our country. Looks like Brexit might not go through despite the fact the people voted for it. What do you think about Macron?  He is someone we need to watch very carefully.

Lorilyn Roberts

Mueller Has Made Reporting the News a Crime

Things are changing so fast in our country WAKE UP, AMERICA.   TAKE A FEW MINUTES AND LISTEN TO DAVE HODGES from the Common Sense Show.

Sunday, December 16, 2018

Southern Writers Magazine Presents Holiday Catalog 2018

Christmas is almost here and I wanted to share this wonderful catalog that contains dozens of book ideas for Christmas. 

I can't imagine Christmas without buying at least one book. All you have to do is click on the jpeg link above or THIS LINK and you will be taken to the catalog page. 

And if you purchase a book, let me know in the comments section. I'd love to know what you bought.


Wednesday, October 31, 2018

Moses Spoke of the Resurrection from the Dead - Alluding to Yeshua

See now that I, even I, am he, and there is no god with me: I kill, and I make alive; I wound, and I heal: neither is there any that can deliver out of my hand. For I lift up my hand to heaven, and say, I live forever...Rejoice, O ye nations, with his people: for he will avenge the blood of his servants, and will render vengeance to his adversaries, and will be merciful unto his land, and to his people (Deut 32:39-40; Deut. 32:43).

Have you ever wondered if there was a reference in the Old Testament to the death and resurrection of Jesus Christ?  I came across this passage in Deuteronomy 32:39-40 and 32:43 while researching time reversals in the Bible for Seventh Dimension - The Howling. talks about in Resurrection and Possible Reversal of Time how God reversed the position of the sun by ten degrees in the Bible, which refers to the sundial (steps) of Ahaz. 

Most of the information in this article is way out of my comfort zone as I'm not a mathematician, but the reference in Deuteronomy was enlightening. Even in the Old Testament, God gave hints to a coming resurrection. In verse 43, he alludes to his return as the Messiah, to avenge the blood of his servants, render vengeance to his adversaries, and that he would be merciful unto his land and to his people.

Jesus will not return until the Jews, his chosen, recognize him as their Messiah. As we near the days of the Tribulation, I'm always looking for passages in the Old Testament that are relevant to his return, particularly in the Torah. 

Interestingly, this passage also infers that no one can take away those whom God has called, that Yeshua lifted up his hands on the cross (death) and that his human life was swallowed up in victory (eternal life).

I look forward to the day when one-third of the Jews will come to know Yeshua as their personal Savior (Zech 13:9). Today is the day of Salvation. Don't delay if you haven't accepted Jesus into your heart.

Thursday, October 18, 2018

First Sneak Peek at The Howling - Book Six, A Young Adult Fantasy, Seventh Dimension Series

Sometimes writing evokes deep emotions. I have been working on The Howling for close to a year, and I just wrote a scuba diving scene that takes place in the Red Sea. That was one of the places I dove many years ago, having made over a hundred dives all over the world. 

When I began writing these chapters, memories resurfaced, nostalgic sentimentality, and surprisingly, gratefulness. Today was my birthday. I just turned sixty-three and am one year out following my year-long battle with breast cancer.

I see every day I'm here as a gift, and when I think back to my diving years, I am reminded how quickly time goes by and what's really important when we get closer to the end of our journey. What a blessed life God has given me. 

With those thoughts as a backdrop, I decided to share a short excerpt I wrote tonight. Those who have read previous books in the series will wonder how this scene fits into the story--but I shall not spoil it. I hope The Howling will be the best book in the Seventh Dimension Series yet.

I followed Maurice along the coral shelf where clownfish darted in and out of sea anemones. Nothing appeared out of the ordinary. The shimmering schools of fish; the tiny, shy creatures lurking in overhanging crevasses, the unknowable world of the deep—God spoke to me through his watery domain, even if that voice was only to evoke in me a longing for more.

How could we ever fathom the depths of God's handiwork in the window to the deep? Who could know the inner workings of the tiny seahorse? Who could understand the symbiosis between the known and the unknown? 

But we hadn't gone very far when our surroundings changed. The sheltered wall had turned into a death trap filled with whitewashed bones. Heaped upon the sandy bottom were skeletons of decomposed fish.

Did death have a voice? I heard a muffled grating sound that seemed unnatural. 


I hope to finish the first draft by Christmas. 
Lord willing.