Episode 2 of where men are going wrong with women

I wrote a little while ago about the issue of narcissistic women and how narcissism is being inculcated into them by so-called “self-help” books. The writer of “You do You” is just one example, and then I went on to point out that men need to evaluate women on more than just looks.

Then a few days ago I saw this slightly crude tweet about the “taste” in women of Prince Harry, the fifth in line to the throne.

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The comments beneath it just show exactly what I’m talking about. Here are a couple of them (please excuse the language some of these posters use, I am not condoning any of it).

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This first one makes the elementary mistake of thinking that if the girl is more beautiful this should automatically mean that the man should have chosen her. Goodness knows what the personalities of these girls are like, let alone his new fiancée, but that will have been part of his decision making process if he is sensible!

Another:

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So her bedroom gymnastics are why he chose her? There were a lot of comments of this nature – and bearing in mind the followers of this account are almost all alt-right – guys, you are really screwing with yourselves if you think that if a girl has a proclivity for perverted, ungodly sexual activities that you should choose HER! Yuck!

Guys need to start taking seriously whether a woman has the qualities he needs in a helpmeet. Does she care about him, or always put herself first? Does she support his aims and plans in life, or does she carp and demand he earn a wage that pleases her desire for material goods? Does she want to be a mother and raise loving and civilised kids in a godly way? And of course, the biggie – does she love God more than she loves him?

Looks aren’t everything, and whatever I may think about picture-perfect Kalergi model, Meghan Markle, I don’t think she is lacking beauty! Many men would find her very beautiful. I am far more concerned about her because of the deep sense of unease I feel about her marrying into royalty, and the miscegenation propaganda this will foster amongst followers of the royals and the rest of society. I don’t get a good feeling about her at all, but to say this has anything to do with her looks, or that Harry should have chosen “the hot blonde” on the basis of her looks speaks to a lack of wisdom!

 

I’ll finish by saying that I often wonder if this attitude comes from the days when a King could marry a woman and really not have to listen to her thoughts, or her beliefs. The idea of the silent women, who just looks good, however, is just false, false, false! All throughout the bible women not only spoke, but also counselled and influenced their husbands! Not always for the better! Look at the story of Solomon, given the gift of wisdom, Solomon still ended up being lead astray by his many pagan wives.

Let that be a lesson to all men to look beyond beauty for a wife and life-partner!

God Bless you

Lis

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Pets: have we made our homes and our hearts unclean?

What?! Are you serious?

Hear me out.

Not long ago I saw a tweet posted by someone who had just lost their dear dog, and I will confess I wept for him. The owner had written “Goodbye […] the sweetest boy there ever was, gone far too soon. I’ll miss you terribly.” I had just lost dear Edgar, and yet here I was looking at another person’s grief and knowing that feeling. Losing a pet is real pain, an emotional wrench.

But later, those words “gone far too soon” echoed as I saw this image. Sorry.

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During the first trimester of pregnancy, the preborn child is developing at a rapid pace.

What have we done, as a society when we have more empathy for animals in distress than humans? When the pet industry is a multi-million pound industry selling coats, leashes, collars and fancy food bowls for your dog (or cat), yet America alone is aborting over a thousand children a day!

What on earth have we done, when we are heartbroken over an animal and say he was “gone too soon”, but would never say that about an aborted “foetus”?

This post is hard to write, but what I am saying here needs to be said. We have got our priorities ALL wrong! Good grief, every dog that ends up in a shelter gets more sympathy than a child put up for adoption.

More people are choosing dogs over having kids (you’d be amazed how many times images like this one appear on the net).

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So I repeat – what have we done?

We have made our homes unclean with these animals, and we seem to have made our hearts unclean with them too. As I wrote before – their hair gets in everything and we even might end up eating it! The number of times I see people letting their dogs kiss them, and slobber all over their lips – yikes I used to have a dog who used to try to lick my lipstick off, which all those years ago I thought was cute!

We have got to grow up – we have got to get serious about obedience, and we have got to stop idolising pets (which I am not saying we all do, but we’ve all seen and witnessed, I’m sure).

We have got to earnestly seek the LORD in these matters and start putting our money where our mouth is, and stand with God instead of the world. We need to walk the walk of righteousness, and not just pay lip-service to it.

Satan is destroying us – for lack of KNOWLEDGE! Yet the Law of Moses is clear. We need to be ready to stand for the unborn, and for fellow humans – and if our hearts have more love for dogs and cats than people, then we had better repent!

I appreciate that I may sound like one of those “evangelical” ex-smokers who tells you that your cigarettes are a “filthy habit” – but the fact is, he’s right, and he’s seen the light. Don’t be angry at the messenger, even if the message is annoying you!

To read more about the first trimester abortion images and see the rest of them, please click this link. There’s also an interesting discussion in the comments there.

 

God Bless you

Lis

The religion of kindness – painting yourself into a corner

God says to us that our righteousness is as filthy rags. Do you understand what that means? Someone once described it as being like a menstrous rag. From cleaning my own menstrous rags (!), I can tell you that that is pretty yucky, isn’t it! When we lean on our own understanding, deciding what it is to be righteous, we are capable of the most appalling crimes in the eyes of God, and all because we are so kind.

I have a friend who tells me that, as she is not a believer, that her religion is kindness. I love her – her whole family – and I feel great empathy for her position. Once upon a time, before God revealed himself to me, I would have said that was a pretty good position to take. A religion of kindness – what kind of world could we have based on that?

I’ve written before that ‘tolerance leads to suffering‘ – well kindness will get you backed into that corner even faster. Compassion for sin? Tolerance, legalising, promoting and teaching of sin? We have all those going on today. Homosexuality was legalised 50 years ago this year in the UK, as was abortion. They were made legal, and that was the first step, and if you didn’t like it, take a step back. Then it became a crime to hate homosexuals. Take another step back. Then we have to be careful not to offend homosexuals. Take another step back.

The young girl who had sex before marriage and ended up with an unplanned pregnancy – what could be kinder than to let her get rid of it so she can go on and pretend like it didn’t happen? Murdering a child becomes an act of kindness to the child carrying it. It is evil in the sight of God!

Kindness – our version of kindness – is a blank slate for satan to write on, our delicate, sensitive, compassionate ears are shell-like for satan to whisper in. And so it goes on. Now children can choose their gender. This has sprung up, not out of nowhere, but out of the seedbeds of mens (and women’s) hearts. In fact women’s hearts, as satan knows of old, are the better seedbed for deception. Women are naturally inclined to a level of sensitivity for others that renders us poor leaders, and often poor decision makers. Our natural sensitivity can cause us to be deceived by satan and his “reasoning”, whereas, I would hope, a man would either not hear, or not heed, that voice of ‘reason’. We women are too kind. Too compassionate.

Everything satan says is reasonable, or starts out that way. Everything he teaches, whispers and gives images to in the mind begins as kindness, and slowly becomes Gehenna itself. Gehenna is full to the brim now with perverts who are perpetually aflame with lust, with needs which can never be met. Whether their lusts are sexual or other – they are constantly in need of a greater, bigger and deeper portion. Kindness, to them, would be freedom from their sin, but that isn’t legal anymore. It’s not legal to help a homosexual be set free from his demons through prayer and fasting.

In being kind to homosexuals we have constrained the man of God from doing the works of God. Freeing the captives? No, kindness says the man of God must take a big step back – backed into the corner he can only preach a diluted creed. Because the bible is unkind? The God we love and who loves us, is ‘cruel’? Or worse, He didn’t mean what He said, and we should re-interpret His words in light of our own understanding, or some historical nugget, so that perversion can be allowed in, embraced, and placed in a position of teaching and pastoring the flock?

Homosexuals in the churches. Transgenders flaunting their demons (because mark me that is demonic – these poor souls don’t know freedom from their affliction even when given the body they believe they should have – because God does not make mistakes). They were never in the wrong body to begin with.

Kindness can be anything from giving candy to a child as a treat (leading later to obesity), or it can be letting your child stay up and party the night before exams (which they then fail). Kindness can look like whatever you want it to. It can look like ‘self love’ or even, much worse ‘self-respect’.

It is separation from God.

Is God cruel? No – God is righteous. We can only be righteous when we follow in His ways and do what He wants us to. Our righteousness – our kindness – is as menstrous rags before Him. And that’s yucky.

God Bless you

Lis

All Saints Day traditions that make you unclean!

I just saw this:

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The bible tells us in Numbers 19:16:

“And whosoever toucheth one that is slain with a sword in the open fields, or a dead body, or a bone of a man, or a grave, shall be unclean seven days.”

The catholic church has a habit of bringing uncleanness and dead men’s bones into it’s worship and celebrations.

Bible believers – be not deceived!

God Bless you

Lis

Some notes on a new bible translation

There’s a new bible translation now out called The Passion Translation. You can read Dr Michael Heiser’s review of its translation of the Song of Solomon, here. Until I saw that yesterday I had not heard of this new translation, so I went to check it out. (Link)

It turns out that it is endorsed by many modern NAR (New Apostolic Reformation) leaders, and the first one on the list is:

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Yes, Bill Johnson. Hmmm.

They also show the variations in bible verses here. I’ll include just a couple for brevity:

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Now compare to the KJV

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One more example:

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What do you notice? Immediately without even reading the text you can see there is more of it. Whatever you might feel about the actual meaning of the passages, and how this might be changed, it’s clear there is more text. Not only is there more text, but the additions are not italicised, so you cannot differentiate the added text. This poses a problem – they are adding to the word of God. I’m sure they would say they are enriching the experience and understanding of the word, but they can do that with far greater care than they have shown. Brackets, italicisation – these make clear when you are adding text to make something clear, and when you are reading the original words, translated.

The bible tells us:

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Anything dated from the Revised Version onwards, (which uses the Wescott and Hort text) is not complete. The Textus Receptus which the KJV of 1611 was based on, is complete, and there are more original texts and text fragments backing that translation than there are for any later versions. From the Westcott and Hort version onwards, bit by bit verses have been removed from the bible. Meanings are inevitably changed by this. If you want an idea just how much has been removed, put your hand into your bible at Acts 14, and then look how much of the bible is left between your hand and the end of Revelation. That is the amount of text which is missing in most modern translations of the bible!

If you want to learn more, there are two wonderful video talks by Walter Veith you can watch:

We need to stand for truth – rely on God’s word, and not allow modern translations to be our guide.

God Bless you

Lis

 

The Stranger

A friend just sent me this in an email, and I think it’s quite right – it’s required reading, so read on!

The Stranger!

A few years after I was born, my Dad met a stranger who was new to our small town. From the beginning, Dad was fascinated with this enchanting newcomer and soon invited him to live with our family. The stranger was quickly accepted and was around from then on.

As I grew up, I never questioned his place in my family. In my young mind, he had a special niche. My parents were complementary instructors: Mom taught me good from evil and Dad taught me to obey. But the stranger… he was our storyteller. He would keep us spellbound for hours on end with adventures, mysteries and comedies.

If I wanted to know anything about politics, history or science, he always knew the answers about the past, understood the present and even seemed able to predict the future! He took my family to the first major league ball game. He made me laugh and he made me cry. The stranger never stopped talking, but Dad didn’t seem to mind.

Sometimes, Mom would get up quietly while the rest of us were shushing each other to listen to what he had to say and she would go to the kitchen for peace and quiet.
(I wonder now if she ever prayed for the stranger to leave.)

Dad ruled our household with certain moral convictions, but the stranger never felt obligated to honour them. Profanity, for example, was not allowed in our home – not from us, our friends or any visitors. Our long time visitor, however, got away with four-letter words that burned my ears and made my dad squirm and my mother blush.

My Dad didn’t permit the liberal use of alcohol but the stranger encouraged us to try it on a regular basis. He made cigarettes look cool, cigars manly and pipes distinguished.

He talked freely (much too freely!) about sex. His comments were sometimes blatant, sometimes suggestive and generally embarrassing.

I now know that my early concepts about relationships were influenced strongly by the stranger. Time after time, he opposed the values of my parents, yet he was seldom rebuked… And NEVER asked to leave. More than fifty years have passed since the stranger moved in with our family. He has blended right in and is not nearly as fascinating as he was at first. Still, if you could walk into my parents’ den today, you would still find him sitting over in his corner, waiting for someone to listen to him talk and watch him draw his pictures.

His name?…. We just call him ‘TV.’

(Note: This should be required reading for every household!)
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He has a wife now….we call her ‘Computer.’

Their first child is “Cell Phone”. Second child “I Pod”

And just born a few years ago a Grandchild: “IPad”

God Bless you

Lis

More “subliminal” halos, wings and stars in photographs of leaders

I’ve shared a few of these before: here and here, but this time, I’ve got a bumper collection for you, and some new “non-halo” additions, which I think are quite interesting and significant.

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First time I’ve seen Corbyn with a halo, but it’s a slightly lopsided and slightly less than ideal halo – the press are not giving him credence with this.
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Here’s Corbyn again with an almost comically small halo. The media are making clear he may be a saint, but he’s not capable of the job?
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Theresa May gets a whopping great halo and golden sun rays for good behaviour and obeying the elites who also run the newspapers?
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Tim Farron, former leader of the Liberal Democrats, is pictured with a halo at his press conference where he resigned due to the impossibility of aligning his faith and the values of his party. The message of that speech was clear to Christians, don’t vote LibDem!
Vladimir Putin
Don’t be fooled by the small size of this halo on Putin – it reminds me of so many icons of the Virgin Mary with the Christ child. The message? I’m not sure. Putin is undoubtedly a great statesman.

 

Now for Trump – and this gets interesting. Trump has so far not had a traditional halo at all.

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Trump here appears to have wings. Is this a phoenix reference?
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Again the same press conference, this time you can see both the wings and the halo behind his head. This is not accidental.
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Here we have Trump crowned with a six-pointed star.
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And here’s Jared Kushner and he’s crowned with a five pointed star. Worse, by the angle it appears to be inverted (i.e. satanic).
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Here we see make-up buyer Emmanuel Macron, crowned with an inverted five pointed star also. Very satanic looking. These images came straight out of the MSM online papers!
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Here we have Merkel, crowned – and note the positioning – how on earth did the photographer get this shot? It had to be by a deliberate act. She is “crowned” with gold and lights. Very concerning!

But finally, for a moment of humour:

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Subliminal what? Hitler moustache? You might think that, but I couldn’t possibly comment. Such an interesting picture!

Thanks for reading.

Lis