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"Daily Thought" by Noe - 5.28.17

Entry Submitted by Noe at 5:31 AM EDT on May 28, 2017

2 Kings 4

Elisha and the Widow’s Oil


4 Now the wife of a member of the company of prophets cried to Elisha, ‘Your servant my husband is dead; and you know that your servant feared the Lord, but a creditor has come to take my two children as slaves.’ 2 Elisha said to her, ‘What shall I do for you? Tell me, what do you have in the house?’ She answered, ‘Your servant has nothing in the house, except a jar of oil.’ 3 He said, ‘Go outside, borrow vessels from all your neighbours, empty vessels and not just a few. 4 Then go in, and shut the door behind you and your children, and start pouring into all these vessels; when each is full, set it aside.’ 5 So she left him and shut the door behind her and her children; they kept bringing vessels to her, and she kept pouring. 6 When the vessels were full, she said to her son, ‘Bring me another vessel.’ But he said to her, ‘There are no more.’ Then the oil stopped flowing. 7 She came and told the man of God, and he said, ‘Go, sell the oil and pay your debts, and you and your children can live on the rest.’

Elisha Raises the Shunammite’s Son

8 One day Elisha was passing through Shunem, where a wealthy woman lived, who urged him to have a meal. So whenever he passed that way, he would stop there for a meal. 9 She said to her husband, ‘Look, I am sure that this man who regularly passes our way is a holy man of God. 10 Let us make a small roof chamber with walls, and put there for him a bed, a table, a chair, and a lamp, so that he can stay there whenever he comes to us.’

11 One day when he came there, he went up to the chamber and lay down there. 12 He said to his servant Gehazi, ‘Call the Shunammite woman.’ When he had called her, she stood before him. 13 He said to him, ‘Say to her, Since you have taken all this trouble for us, what may be done for you? Would you have a word spoken on your behalf to the king or to the commander of the army?’ She answered, ‘I live among my own people.’ 14 He said, ‘What then may be done for her?’ Gehazi answered, ‘Well, she has no son, and her husband is old.’ 15 He said, ‘Call her.’ When he had called her, she stood at the door. 16 He said, ‘At this season, in due time, you shall embrace a son.’ She replied, ‘No, my lord, O man of God; do not deceive your servant.’

17 The woman conceived and bore a son at that season, in due time, as Elisha had declared to her.

18 When the child was older, he went out one day to his father among the reapers. 19 He complained to his father, ‘Oh, my head, my head!’ The father said to his servant, ‘Carry him to his mother.’ 20 He carried him and brought him to his mother; the child sat on her lap until noon, and he died. 21 She went up and laid him on the bed of the man of God, closed the door on him, and left. 22 Then she called to her husband, and said, ‘Send me one of the servants and one of the donkeys, so that I may quickly go to the man of God and come back again.’ 23 He said, ‘Why go to him today? It is neither new moon nor sabbath.’ She said, ‘It will be all right.’ 24 Then she saddled the donkey and said to her servant, ‘Urge the animal on; do not hold back for me unless I tell you.’ 25 So she set out, and came to the man of God at Mount Carmel.

When the man of God saw her coming, he said to Gehazi his servant, ‘Look, there is the Shunammite woman; 26 run at once to meet her, and say to her, Are you all right? Is your husband all right? Is the child all right?’ She answered, ‘It is all right.’ 27 When she came to the man of God at the mountain, she caught hold of his feet. Gehazi approached to push her away. But the man of God said, ‘Let her alone, for she is in bitter distress; the Lord has hidden it from me and has not told me.’ 28 Then she said, ‘Did I ask my lord for a son? Did I not say, Do not mislead me?’ 29 He said to Gehazi, ‘Gird up your loins, and take my staff in your hand, and go. If you meet anyone, give no greeting, and if anyone greets you, do not answer; and lay my staff on the face of the child.’ 30 Then the mother of the child said, ‘As the Lord lives, and as you yourself live, I will not leave without you.’ So he rose up and followed her. 31 Gehazi went on ahead and laid the staff on the face of the child, but there was no sound or sign of life. He came back to meet him and told him, ‘The child has not awakened.’

32 When Elisha came into the house, he saw the child lying dead on his bed. 33 So he went in and closed the door on the two of them, and prayed to the Lord. 34 Then he got up on the bed and lay upon the child, putting his mouth upon his mouth, his eyes upon his eyes, and his hands upon his hands; and while he lay bent over him, the flesh of the child became warm. 35 He got down, walked once to and fro in the room, then got up again and bent over him; the child sneezed seven times, and the child opened his eyes. 36 Elisha summoned Gehazi and said, ‘Call the Shunammite woman.’ So he called her. When she came to him, he said, ‘Take your son.’ 37 She came and fell at his feet, bowing to the ground; then she took her son and left.

Elisha Purifies the Pot of Stew

38 When Elisha returned to Gilgal, there was a famine in the land. As the company of prophets was sitting before him, he said to his servant, ‘Put the large pot on, and make some stew for the company of prophets.’ 39 One of them went out into the field to gather herbs; he found a wild vine and gathered from it a lapful of wild gourds, and came and cut them up into the pot of stew, not knowing what they were. 40 They served some for the men to eat. But while they were eating the stew, they cried out, ‘O man of God, there is death in the pot!’ They could not eat it. 41 He said, ‘Then bring some flour.’ He threw it into the pot, and said, ‘Serve the people and let them eat.’ And there was nothing harmful in the pot.

Elisha Feeds One Hundred Men

42 A man came from Baal-shalishah, bringing food from the first fruits to the man of God: twenty loaves of barley and fresh ears of grain in his sack. Elisha said, ‘Give it to the people and let them eat.’ 43 But his servant said, ‘How can I set this before a hundred people?’ So he repeated, ‘Give it to the people and let them eat, for thus says the Lord, “They shall eat and have some left.”’ 44 He set it before them, they ate, and had some left, according to the word of the Lord.

PS:rising dead,multiplying food, changing water to oil ,hmm just like Jesus
I hope one day I will have questions answered to avoid fatal conclusion

Noe

"Re: Sugarbear About Marriages and Natural Law" by Reallucky1 - 5.28.17

Entry Submitted by Reallucky1 at 3:13 AM EDT on May 28, 2017

"Re: Is your Spouse/Partner Awake?" by Sugarbear - 5.28.17

Sugarbear

Your answer was great but I want to add to it just a little. We have been under Maritime/Admiralty Law since 1933, we are going into Natural Law or common sense law (God given rights). The marriage license and divorce license even drivers license are all man-made licenses designed for a remedy or a fee to the State which they reside. You do not need a marriage license to be married, nor divorced, or even for a drivers license. The Maritime courts were all corporate courts designed to render a profit and access a fee or fine, while like you mentioned they sold our Certificates of Live births to the British Crown without our knowledge nor consent. The marriage license was a combining of assets, and the British Crown, used each marriage as a vessel for further manipulation. Worse than all that all our courts, Judges, clerks, cops, and lawyers all work from the same fund the State B.A.R. (British Accredited Registry). None of the Maritime/Admiralty Courts have any jurisdiction once so ever, or control, of Sovereign man/woman under Natural Law. We are not vessels, we are people, and any and all laws have been designed by man to enslave and to make a profit for each State. Just wanted the earlier poster to know that she is not under any obligation under Natural Law, to give 50% of the profits from the RV to her now husband or ex husband or any one for that matter.

To research this further, the Judge Anna Von Reitzinger from Alaskas Supreme Court has videos on Scribd.com, along with the two Postmaster Generals who transcribed the syntax of language in which the British were enslaving us through confusing language we did not understand. Like Certificate of Live Birth. The two Postmasters are Russell Jay Gould and David Wynn Miller, they searched through all our founding documents and cracked the code, took over the original postmaster General office in Pennslyvannia, and changed the codes forever turning off the control of the British Crown ruling in united States of America, the New Republic is once again free. Even the secret service approached these two postmasters to see if they realized what they had done, oh yes, they knew exactly what they had done, freed America from our past rulers as the Postmaster Generals are the two highest ranking officers in the land, higher than the Executive Branch, or even the Secret Societies. The case documents, and the files are all on Scribd.com and I wish every single American would research these files. So interesting and it shows how we truly won our freedom, and reclaimed ourselves as sovereign.

Seriously, everything in our life thus far, is how much money can we generate for the British Crown? One of the main reasons, it clearly states in Nesara that all lawyers, judges and cops must retake their oaths following the Constitution. You have to realize that the lawyers and judges were in on this scam. You pay enough money to their law schools, you are given the right to represent them, in our illegal courts that had no jurisdiction. You see there are only three types of law Admiralty/Maritime (corporations), Criminal Law and Natural Law. They can not try you in criminal courts for simple traffic fines, so the admiralty law was used as a buffer. They have been able to get away with this for almost a century. When you realize you need no license for marriage, or to drive or hunt or fish or for anything, its easy to see how we have been so manipulated we never even questioned the system.

Now that the awakening is upon us, people are going to be very upset, especially the ones that have done jail time or were sent to prison, with absolutely no jurisdiction once so ever did any court have that right. No Judge has authority over anyone, this is how we gave them the right to try us in a court of law. The moment you Plead, you are saying you give up your Natural God given rights and will follow along in the Vessel/Corporate Law system. Makes me want to give the big finger to Uncle Sam, but truly it is for the government that sold us out and never even tried to get this corrected. Everything is a Rich Mans Trick, always has been and is finally being corrected.

Nesara/Gesara is our relief from all the lies and wrongs we have endured from our crooked system, I believe one of the big reasons, the USA, inc. was sent into bankruptcy, to right the people so to speak. They had to bring down the old system so people could know this will never happen again, and take the powers that enslaved us out of existence. Hope this explanation, answered a few questions.

Sincerely

Reallucky1

"Why Should the Bible be our Source for Morality?" by Noe - 5.28.17

Entry Submitted by Noe at 2:55 AM EDT on May 28, 2017

If the Bible isn’t the Christian’s source for morality, then the question needs to be asked, “What should be?” The Christian worldview is based on two foundational axioms: 1) God exists, and 2) God has spoken to us in the Bible. If these two presuppositions aren’t the starting point in a Christian worldview, then we’re just like everyone else, trying to find objectivity in a sea of subjectivity.

According to the Bible, man was created in God’s image. Part of that image makes man a moral being. We are moral agents who make moral choices and are able to differentiate between right and wrong. The basis upon which we differentiate between right and wrong is our knowledge of God’s law, and that knowledge comes from two sources—revelation and conscience. Revelation is self-explanatory. God gave a commandment to Adam and Eve in the Garden. He gave Ten Commandments to the Israelites after the exodus in Sinai, and Jesus boiled those Ten Commandments down to two essential commandments—love God and love your neighbor. All of these represent God’s revelation of His law, which is simply a reflection of His moral character to His people.

The Bible also says that God wrote His law on our hearts (Romans 2:15). This is conscience. In other words, even without God’s revelation in the commandments, we intuitively know God’s law based on the fact that we were created in His image. However, due to the fall (Genesis 3), that image is marred and disfigured, including our conscience. So even though we know God’s law through our conscience, we tend to distort it to our advantage. That is why we need revelation.

The Bible, which contains God’s revealed moral will in His law and commandments, is His revelation to His people. As such, the Bible becomes our source of morality because the Bible is the very Word of God in written form (2 Timothy 3:16; 2 Peter 1:21). If the Christian wants to know God’s will, he turns to the Bible. If the Christian wants to discern right from wrong, he turns to the Bible.

What happens if the Christian doesn’t turn to the Bible as his or her source for morality? There are many ways to answer this question, but the bottom line is we all tend to trust our conscience, whether implicitly or explicitly. The human conscience can be likened to an alarm system; it warns us when we transgress our moral standard. The catch is our conscience is only as good as the moral standard that informs it. If it’s not the Bible, then we inevitably inform our conscience by various other means.

The current reigning “competitor” to biblical morality in our society is social consensus. In other words, our morality is shaped and changed by the culture around us. It should be easy to see that if social consensus is our moral compass, then we have built our morality on a foundation of shifting sand. Social consensus is just that—a consensus. It’s a picture of the general social mores of the day. A generation or two ago, homosexuality, divorce and adultery were still not accepted, even considered sinful. Nowadays, both homosexuality and divorce are normal and adultery isn’t as stigmatized as it once was. Basically, what we have with social consensus is what happened to the Israelites a couple generations after conquering the Promised Land: “Everyone did what was right in his own eyes” (Judges 17:6). The people abandoned God, and within two generations they were doing what was evil in the sight of God.

So why should the Bible be our source for morality? Because without it, we are like ships adrift at sea. At the end of the Sermon on the Mount, our Lord said these words: “Everyone then who hears these words of mine and does them will be like a wise man who built His house on the rock. And the rain fell, and the floods came, and the winds blew and beat on that house, but it did not fall, because it had been founded on the rock” (Matthew 7:24-25). The Word of God, the Bible, is the only rock upon which to build morality.

Noe

"Morality Apart from God: Is It Possible?" by Noe - 5.28.17

Entry Submitted by Noe at 2:48 AM EDT on May 28, 2017

Morality Apart From God: Is It Possible?

Ray Cotton


Ray Cotton is the former finance director and treasurer of Probe Ministries. He received a B.S. in business administration/management science from the University of Northern Colorado, a certificate in Christian studies from the Center for Advanced Biblical Studies, and an M.A. in interdisciplinary studies at the University of Texas at Dallas. He now serves in a ministry to international students.

Recently, I became aware of a professor at one of the local colleges whose goal is to convince his students that you can have a system of ethics without a belief in God. Now I agree with him that holding his position is theoretically possible, but I said to him that such an ethical system is one built on sand. It would not stand the test of time nor the waves of adversity.

The U.S.S.R. tried to build an empire on godless atheism, and it failed miserably. Today in Russia we still see the results of the ethics of atheism. You would think that the Russians, having suffered so much under a totalitarian regime, would strive to do the right thing in appreciation for their new freedoms. Many have, but Russia today is torn apart by crime, greed, lawlessness, and immorality. Why? Was it merely too much freedom too soon, or are they still reaping the rewards of the ethics of atheism?

Many people today believe that God is, at best, unnecessary, and at worst, an intolerant task master. They say they don't need God to live right, and they can set their own rules for life. We live in a world obsessed with personal values. What people do depends on their personal values, but since everyone's values are different, there seems to be no standard by which we must all live. The very idea of basing our morality upon our values means that we have bought into the idea of a system of relativistic ethics. Personal values have replaced values of virtue as the foundation for ethical thought. Virtues speak of some objective realities, but personal values speak only about subjective decisions of our will.

Basing ethical decisions on personal values is problematic. For example, is something good because we love it, or do we love it because it is good? German philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche would tell us that something is good because we love it. According to Nietzsche, man himself is the universal and absolute reference point for all of life. "God is dead," he declared, believing this release from the demands of any metaphysical reality was an opportunity to develop his own system of ethics based on self cultivation.

Today the world is continuing to build an ethical system based on tolerance and enlightenment apart from God. Men have tried many ways to teach this new godless form of morality. A decade ago we constantly heard the term, "values clarification." It was a national effort to allow even children to set their own standards of behavior. It was a disaster as it justified almost any kind of behavior. Educators may not loosely throw around the term, "values clarification," as they once did, but many still try to teach a system of ethics based on man's own values. These are values which are rooted in the idea of desirable goods, i.e., that which we decide is important to us.

The use of the term "values" can have objective content, but we must evaluate the source of that "objective content," and that leads us back to the question at hand: Is it possible to have true morality without a belief in God?

In this essay I will address this question by presenting common arguments against the need for God and then I will respond to those arguments.

What Is Ethics Without God?

From the time of the Greeks, there have been many philosophers who have sought to prove that it is possible to have a universal morality without God. There have been many arguments presented to support this position, and in theory they may be right, depending on what one means by the word universal. They would say, all you have to have is a consensus on what is considered right and wrong behavior. Their position, with which I disagree, goes something like this:

First: If God is necessary for morality, then whatever God deems moral is moral. Therefore, why praise God for what He has done if He could have just as likely done the opposite, and it would have been equally moral. If whatever God says goes, then if God decreed that adultery was permissible, then adultery would be permissible. If things are neither right nor wrong independently of God's will, then God cannot choose one thing over another because it is right. Thus, if He does choose one over another, His choice must be arbitrary. But a being whose decisions are arbitrary is not worthy of worship.

Second: If goodness is a defining attribute of God, then God cannot be used to define goodness. If we do so, we are guilty of circular reasoning. That is, if we use goodness to define God, we can't also use God to define goodness.

Third: If one doesn't believe in God, being told that one must do as God commands will not help one solve any moral dilemmas.

Some philosophers, therefore, come to the following conclusion: the idea that a moral law requires a divine lawgiver is untenable.(1)

What should be our response as Christians? We should point out to people who side with the preceding position their lack of understanding concerning both God and the nature of man.

God is the creator and sustainer of all things. We would not even be self aware, let alone aware of right and wrong, if God had not created within us His image, and therefore the ability to make moral distinctions. The truth is we have no reference point for all this discussion about morality except as God reveals it. For us to argue with the source of morality is for the clay to argue with the potter.

Some philosophers say that for God to define what is right or wrong is arbitrary. God is not arbitrary; He is the source of all life and therefore the source of all truth. We have no basis to even understand the concept of being arbitrary except in reference to an unchanging God. That which would be circular reasoning or arbitrary in discussions about ourselves comes into perfect focus as we bring the dilemma close to the universal, absolute focal point for all creation, God Himself.

The second problem with these arguments is that they fail to recognize the nature of man. If man were not fallen, i.e., not corrupted by sin, we would have limitless potential to create from within ourselves a universal moral code. But, we are a fallen lot, every last one of us, and therefore incapable of fully knowing what is good (Rom. 3:23). We are even incapable of carrying out what we do know to be good (Rom. 7:18-21).

So the question of right or wrong has everything to do with the origin of our belief, not just the substance of it. No matter how sincerely I believe I am right about some moral decision, the true test is in the origin of that belief. And God is the only universal and absolute origin to all morality.

The Ethics of Belief

We are discussing arguments for the removal of God from ethical systems of morality. Many are trying to formulate an ethical platform that is devoid of any need for God.

We previously looked at one approach based on the idea that the need for a divine lawgiver is arbitrary and untenable.

Another argument, also based on scientific naturalism, holds that it is immoral to hold to a belief for which one has no evidence. The problem is that the backers of this theory are naturalists and, therefore, automatically limit all evidence to that which is naturalistic, i.e., what can scientifically be tested. For such people, putting any trust at all in the metaphysical is folly.

To these naturalists, all humans are born with a moral sense which becomes a habit of virtue as we practice comradeship and work through our common struggles. It is merely the result of a social instinct born within us.

This is a very evolutionary approach to knowledge and ethics that considers theistic approaches as outmoded hypotheses. Scientific discourse is seen as an alternative to faith.(2)

As Christians, we recognize that man is more than just material; there is a lot more to us than just the physical body. We see this in our ability to mentally stand back and evaluate our lives, our ability to know right from wrong, and our self awareness and personality that make us unique from the rest of God's creation.

Because of our Christian perspective, we are interested not just in the physical evidences to the realities of life, but in the metaphysical evidences as well. For example, we have this book called the Holy Bible. It obviously is physical in nature because we can hold it and feel it and read it. But is there valid evidence that this book contains a message from God? Yes, in fact there are countless other books written to affirm that there is, in the pages of the Bible, a metaphysical message from the Creator of the Universe. The historic testimony of the ages confirms to our satisfaction that this book is the very communication from God to us. Can we prove this with scientific experiments? No. But, we have experienced countless testimonies and evidences that this book is more than just physical in its nature.

As Christians we must not allow the reductionism of this present age to eliminate the metaphysical in ethical dialogue. We must use the truth of God's Word unashamedly. We do not need to defend the Bible, for the Bible will defend itself. We just need to use it and live it to show the reality of God in our lives and demonstrate the power of our changed lives.

When man is allowed to see himself as only an animal, controlled by inborn or acquired instincts, he becomes self-centered and power oriented. Everything becomes an issue of power to be what he wants to be, and we either seek to create our own reality and purpose in life as the existentialist would do, or we slump into the despair of the postmodernist who says nothing makes any difference, and it really doesn't matter what we do.

Next we will look at what can happen if we allow the world to tell us we are nothing but living flesh, totally on our own in this physical universe.

From a Crack in the Dam, To a Flood in the Valley

Intellectuals like Nietzsche, Spinoza, and Tillich and many others who have followed them have tried to create a godless society, a society free to create its own ethical system without the constraints of God-given mandates.

What can we expect if these leaders are able to advance their model for a system of ethics that has no need for God?

An interesting example may be the story of the medical profession in Germany during the Nazi regime. The medical profession is supposed to be the protector of human life. The Hippocratic Oath, that dates back to the Egyptians, states the highest standards of trust for those dedicating themselves to this honorable profession.

How did the medical profession in Germany become nothing more than an instrument of death in the hands of the Nazis? First, one's view of the nature of man had to change from that of a spiritual being to that of a purely physical being of no universal value beyond what society places on the individual. Through years of assault upon traditional morals and biblical truths, the German people began to see mankind through the eyes of German philosophers like Nietzsche and Hiedigger. These men viewed humanity as strictly flesh and blood, different from the animals only in progression, not in basic nature.(3)

Once the German population in general, and the medical profession in particular, was sold on a collectivist-authoritarian way of life, everything was in place to use the medical profession to accomplish the purposes of the Third Reich.

The Nazi holocaust began with a subtle shift in attitude that judged the value of people based upon their cost/benefit ratio to the state. First, it started with sterilization and euthanasia of people with severe psychiatric illnesses. Soon all those with chronic illness were being exterminated. Before too long, all patients who had been sick for five years or more, or were medically unable to work and unlikely to recover were transported to killing centers; what started as "mercy killings" in rare cases of extreme mental illness soon expanded to mass extermination on an unprecedented scale. Before long all those who could not work and were medically evaluated as incapable of being rehabilitated were killed.(4)

The German medical profession then started using human body parts for medical research, and this led to the grisly "terminal human experiments," in which live people were used in medical experiments.(5)

It all started with the idea that humans belong to society and the state. According to this view, if someone is a burden to society and the state, it is logical to conclude that their life was not a life worth living. From the first decision to put to death burdensome mental patients, a chain of events followed that ultimately led to the death of the majority of all the Jews in Europe, as well as millions of other "undesirables."

If we don't believe we are created by God, but simply highly evolved animals, and if we believe we have accountability only to society, then there is no end to the depths of depravity that we can go in our search to justify our actions. Corrosion of morals begins in microscopic proportions, but if not checked by a standard beyond ourselves, it will continue until the corrosion wipes away the very foundation of our lives, and we find ourselves sinking in a sea of relativity.

Repairing the Ethical Breach

In this essay we have been addressing the danger of trying to establish an ethical system apart from the need for God.

I was recently impressed by an editorial in the Dallas Morning News. Written by Al Casey, the editorial was entitled, "Our ethical foundation needs repair."(6) In emphasizing the need for high ethical standards, Mr. Casey quotes the famous medical missionary, Dr. Albert Schweitzer: "Ethics is concern for good behavior . . . an obligation to consider not only our personal well-being, but also that of others and of human society as a whole."(7)

This is so true, but there is an even higher standard than what we might consider the good of human society. It is God alone who can set that standard. Earlier we spoke of some unbelievable atrocities that were committed by the German medical profession for the "good of society."

There is an old adage that says, "The road to hell is paved with good intentions." Human beings left to themselves often start out with good intentions, but somehow, without guidance from above and obedient hearts, we lose our way.

Al Casey came the closest to the truth when he quoted Professor Alexander Tytler of the University of Edinburgh:

From bondage to spiritual faith.
From spiritual faith to great courage.
From courage to liberty.
From liberty to abundance.
From abundance to selfishness.
From selfishness to complacency.
From complacency to apathy.
From apathy to dependency.
From dependency back again into bondage.(8)

A consensus of ethical norms apart from the supervision of God will eventually erode. Power begins to take over in determining our actions. Look at our government today. It is controlled for the most part by special interest groups vying for influence. Every day I receive in the mail a plea for funds to help some group influence our government. What ever happened to sending upright men and women to Washington and trusting them to do the right thing without our funding various organizations that seek to influence our leaders to do their bidding?

Mr. Casey said it right, "To an alarming extent, America has become complacent, a nation inhabited by people concerned only with their own well-being."(9)

But, we don't just need a code of ethics, as important as that is; we need to put God back into our lives. We need to submit to His leadership in our lives, to recognize that only the God who created us knows what is best for us and only God is capable of revealing to us the ethical standards that can ultimately bring the peace we so desperately seek.

How do we do that? It starts with His book, the Holy Bible. God has spelled out some pretty clear principles on how to treat others. Do we love others as we love ourselves? That is not so easy when everyone around us is living out the relativistic ethics of power. The true force of Christianity has never been the use of power plays to conquer the world. From the Crusades of the Middle Ages to the moral majority of the last decade, efforts by Christians to use political or economic power to advance the Kingdom of God have been questionable, if not disastrous. The true power of Christendom has always been the testimony of Christians who are living out their faith in a world obsessed with self promotion--Christians who are in the Word of God and who maintain ethical and moral integrity!

http://www.leaderu.com/orgs/probe/docs/god-ethi.html

Noe

"Pretty Amazing!" by Vaughn - 5.28.17

Entry Submitted by Vaughn at 2:43 AM EDT on May 28, 2017

What is so amazing being human is that we can always "see" what we feel.

We can feel love and care as if an unseen hand have touched our hearts from deep within.

We can feel hurt and pain inside as if an unseen thorns pierced beyond our capacity.

We can feel compassion towards others. as if we have carried the burdens and heavy laden of people in agony.

We can feel the breeze, the air, eventhough we can't see it. The air emits Christmas breeze when it's near, and here. We can also feel when summer is approaching when the air kissed our skin by it's unseen lips.


How amazing!

Even if people change the story or history, we know and we can feel the truth and the lies.

Even how good or great a writer can be, we can still feel his intentions, motives, and we can sense of what kind a person he/she is.

Just amazing!

We are humans of great value! Who else will tell us how valuable we are? Who and what god will tell us that "ye are created in mine own image"? Who and what king will tell us that "ye are gods"?

Amazing!

Emmanuel or The Christ did exist and used the parables to hide the true meaning of the message. For by throwing the pearls before the swine not knowing it's real value, since the swine has no use of the pearls. But for those who can comprehend the message, the pearls has a great value in their life's venture and beyond.

Pretty amazing.

Vaughn

"Lostness" - RV Thought - 5.28.17


Noe

Restored Republic via a GCR: Update as of May 28, 2017

Restored Republic via a GCR as of May 28 2017

Compiled 12:07 am EDT 28 May 2017 by Judy Byington, MSW, LCSW, ret, CEO, Child Abuse Recovery www.ChildAbuseRecovery.com; Author, "Twenty Two Faces," www.22faces.com

A. May 27 2017 10:54 pm EDT GCR Intel Situation Report: "Bumpy" - GCR/RV Intel SITREP - Saturday - May 27, 2017

1. UST raided by Republic forces tonight preparing for RV release (after midnight?).

2. As a result, Trump suddenly threatening to pull out of gold treaty (aka Paris Agreement).https://www.google.com/amp/mobile.reuters.com/article/amp/idUSKBN18O00J

3. Trump offered last chance to publicly resign at G7 and did not.

4. So now the fireworks are set to begin this week on his impeachment--without or without his resignation.

5. Netanyahu the same. International financial sanctions are coming to Israel whether the Knesset throws him out first or not.

6. Congress the same. It's now time for Ryan to abandoned the Trump ship we are told or the US will face harsh worldwide trade sanctions.

7. Negotiations still ongoing in Panama and Beijing for massive historic asset and IQD settlements. The raw numbers of which would shock you all in cardiac arrest.

8. There really was no need for poverty, famine, drought or homelessness pre-RV. It was pure greed that was the common and chosen disease of all human suffering.

9. There are a few sovereigns who on principal just want this to hurt the other side as much as their financial haircut is hurting them. Right up to the very last second.

10. Security mobilization is fully active. Heading US quietly planned in DEFCON 1 status anticipating counter attack while RV is on going.

11. Hang in there, folks - it may be a bumpy landing. And then again, it may not. We shall see. Either way, these final hours are all just absolutely bananas.

B. May 27 2017 10:52 pm EDT "The Plan" One Who Knows: "The Domino Plan!" - One Who Knows - 5.27.17

1. Clearly this plan is so complex that it MUST roll out in a STAGED SEQUENCE of events. EVERYTHING that happens, requires something before it to happen, and then leads to something after it happening.

2. In setting up the GCR, there had to be a new Financial system, there had to be gold that was saved and horded for thousands of years, there had to be laws in place, special software, quantum satellites, taking over of the military by the NPTB, and thousands of hours of special training before the first exchanger steps through the door.

3. The NPTB had to take down the Cabal's upper management and remove them from the planet. Neutralize all nuclear weapons, change out the Governments, take away all their financing, their money supply, take away their control over the money supply, take away their influence over any governments of the World, build cases against them, and finally bring in the Restored Republic which will now prosecute the all under the new Laws of the land.

4. The "cases" against the Cabal have already been made. I am sure that the arrest warrants are already signed and standing ready for execution. Some sort of Disclosure will have to happen at the same time of just before they are taken down, so that people are not freaked out about it when it starts. Of course there will be "Replacements" standing by to take over their jobs and responsibilities and those are already :"Set Up" and in position when this goes down, so to speak.

5. The exchanges are already going as I type this. Frankly I am in the Last segments and I am expecting to be notified at any time.

6. After I and the other intel providers go, the next will be (the GCR) going Live and the new rates being posted on the official government websites.

7. This will be followed by the remaining exchangers getting appointments and exchanging.

8. The GCR, the Republic, NESARA/GESARA and Disclosure, etc, are already set up as well. While I don’t know the exact order, I do think that the GCR will happen first.

9. Some of these main events may go at the same time, but that has not been revealed yet. All is planned and ready to happen in quick succession!

10. All is well and rolling out as I write this! Nothing to do but sit back and watch the fireworks as they happen in real time. You will either get a personal notification about the 800#s, or you will get it by email and/or off the website. Either way, you are going to exchange!!!

C. May 27 2017 10:19 pm EDT Intel Bluwolf: "Be Vigilant" - Bluwolf Intel Update 5-27-17 The only point of focus for all DINARIANS now is to be vigilant for the 800 number. It should be available VERY SOON NOW. Na'maste Bluwolf

D. May 27 2017 10:32 pm EDT Remember the White Hats who sacrificed for us: Memorial Day: Remembering those Who Sacrificed their Lives for us

E. May 27 2017 6:21 pm EDT GCR Intel Situation Report: GCR/RV Intel SITREP - 6:00 PM EDT - Saturday - May 27, 2017

1. Exchange center staff were openly being told that the RV goes tonight May 27 2017. "Kiss your family's goodbye until it's over."

2. Final screen rates on ZIM have been locked in (not flashing) and are equivalent to CNY as predicted - which makes the (CNY rate of the Zim) the temporary reserve currency of the entire African Union.

3. Similar expectations are for the structure of the IQD, which means the entire Middle East has also gone into fiscal partnership with the Chinese.

4. RV currency platform trade tiers have been pre-set and agreed to by all countries, and go as high as $125,000 for the ZIM (permanent reserve currency of the African Union).

5. Any amount negotiated with exchange location staff will be later sold at a higher price on the sovereign market, or it is a Win/Win/Win situation for all.

6. Because the Chinese Elders have created the new digital, quantum global financial system they will actually make money on every redemption, every currency - over the years - regardless of the negotiated terms, including any sovereign rate for the ZIM.

7. The Iraqi Ramadan extensions were all pump fakes to reveal ISIS, Daesh, Mossad final mass destruction operations.

8. The "bad guys" are completely lost and demoralized we are told.

F. May 27 2017 11:07 am EDT GCR Intel Situation Report: GCR/RV Intel SITREP - 10:00 AM EDT - Saturday - May 27, 2017

1. They're closing the investigation noose around Trump's closest people as he returns home tonight May 27 on Ramadan in Iraq.

2. Ramadan was conveniently moved back three days and now will begin around noon EDT today May 27.

3. This sets up the entire world for a Sat. night May 27 to Sun. morning May 28 release when all banks and markets are closed worldwide.

4. America is completely distracted with the first summer holiday, Memorial Day weekend.

5. Global media is hyper focused on Trump's impending impeachment due to his recent chaos world tour.

6. Banks and redemption centers were told be ready anytime today Sat. May 27.

G. May 26 2017 TNT RayRen98 Tweet:

1. Iraqi TV: Mosul was down to two districts. Full scale assault on Old City and remaining districts, neighborhoods and villages. The “public-based” full liberation of Mosul was expected later this evening May 26.

2. The leaders were saying that Mosul would be liberated before Ramadan, and that would start national reconciliation and economic reform.

3. Iraqi TV: Reforms were being discussed yesterday May 25 and today May 26.

4. The Iraqi lower denomination notes were supposed to be distributed this week.

5. US: The banking community was on an all-time high with expectancy. Their train of thought is this will “probably” lead to some type of private exchanges over the weekend and then possibly a full public exposure after May 30. (?)

H. May 26 2017 Bluwolf tidbit: Expect Dinar @ $30.00

I. May 26 2017 WSOMN AdminBill "RV has slowed down": BREAKING~ AdminBill Says RV has SLOWED DOWN! 5/26/17 There appears to be another possible slow down (not confirmed) that will move the event initiation to the middle of next week.

J. May 27 2017 11:04 am EDT "Abandon a group? Yes" One Who Knows: "Question: Abandon Groups? YES!" - One Who Knows - 5.27.17

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