Change of Blog Title

Many changes have happened to my life in the last several years which have prevented me from writing as I would have liked. Old age has made me try to adapt more and my hope is that I haven’t bitten off more than I can chew! I confess, my two biggest faults [ or are they sins?] are impatience [especially with the technology of blog-writing] and procrastination [ when I draft something and then talk myself out of it!] but at least I am more aware of when I’m committing them – I think ….

I can’t claim to be an expert in anything, but I do have opinions about many things and I do like to write about them, so I guess this blog is , sort of, therapeutic for me as well as , I hope, sharing things that people may not know about, or, on the other hand , they could put me right about. Polite discussion is a good thing, however strongly the views held.

From a Christian viewpoint I hope to show that this old sinful, fallen world is following God’s prophetic word and all that happens is in His ultimate control, even though , to the unbeliever , it all appears to be out of control.

So the emphasis now is likely to be more on what’s going on in the here and now with my own take on what’s going on – the aim being to get at the real truth, which has always been important to me.

God bless you, Eileen

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My Son Samuel, is an attorney and for friends, has written the following request for exemption, to use in work situations. I can’t guarantee it will work, but he puts the issues well and succinct. I asked for permission to post this and he granted it…

To whom it may concern: I am writing to notify you of my religious and philosophical objections to the COVID-19 vaccine, and to request a reasonable accommodation and exemption on the basis of those objections. 

As a Christian, I believe that all life is sacred and bears the image of God.  Consequently, I believe that the act of abortion is deeply immoral.

I cannot in good conscience receive any vaccine which uses, benefits from, is derived from, or is in any way connected to fetal cell lines. For me, to receive the vaccine would be to endorse and turn a blind eye to what…

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This is a reblog of an excellent article by Melanie Phillips

Another excellent article from Pastor Bill Randles

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Between 70 AD and 120 AD, The Jewish people were driven out of the Holy Land, and the Nation of Judea was extinguished. The Jews would remain in exile, for almost two thousand heartbreaking years. Why? What happened two thousand years ago that brought this heartbreaking circumstance about?

The Land of Israel was given to the seed of Abraham ,Isaac and Jacob, by none less than God himself, in an unconditional covenant.

Now the LORD had said to Abram:
“Get out of your country,
From your family
And from your father’s house,
To a land that I will show you.

I will make you a great nation;
I will bless you
And make your name great;
And you shall be a blessing.

I will bless those who bless you,
And I will curse him who curses you;
And in you all the families of the earth shall be blessed.”

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What's Happening...?

Soon, the way the world is heading, Christians will have a stark choice: go along with the nonsense of the thrilling world-healing plan (that is man-made and excludes the return of Jesus Christ) or stay true to the bible plan of salvation – faith that leads to a heavenly destination.

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What's Happening...?

Constance Cumbey Interview

This post contains an audio of an interview with guest speaker Constance Cumbey, noted researcher into the New Age and heresies in the Church.  Here she updates her former research by telling us that she sees the same teachings in the QAnon and related movements today.

Go direct to the interview and read the post later

This is no surprise to bible students, since the age-old plan to trick humanity into handing over the government of the planet to a wise and powerful messiah-figure never really varies. Only the terminology changes.

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Re-blogged from Creation.com

Source: Isn’t it obvious? Natural selection can eliminate, but never create! – creation.com

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For the wrath of God is revealed from heaven against all ungodliness and unrighteousness of men,who hold the truthin unrighteousness…” (Romans 1:18)

The Gospel doesn’t begin with man and his need for salvation, it begins with God, His Glory and His wrath against sin.

The apostle tells us that the wrath of God; that is His ceaseless, active and fierce opposition to everything that is wrong, evil, perverse or false, is being revealed from heaven against man every single day.

The way God’s wrath is daily being revealed is in the steady degeneration of society, the “giving over”of society to ever grosser and more degrading forms of sin.The moral and social self-destruction that we are seeing today is an ominous manifestation of the Wrath of God. Abortion, homosexuality, the culture of death, and Nihilism are what God has given our generation over to, by allowing the natural…

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mark pickles, writer and artist

The mawkish mush of the Church of England in our times is not as harmless as my fellow English Anglicans seem to think.  Tedious and platitudinous, yes; harmless, no.

The mawkish mush has driven thinking people – such as me – away from the Church of England, returning only for births, deaths, marriages, Christmas carols, Remembrance Day (I’m a former NCO of the Royal Air Force), and perhaps occasionally to be uplifted by our wonderful and world-excelling Anglican choral tradition.

The fact that the Church of England management has turned intelligent people off the Church would be bad enough, but the mawkish mush (I will give an example at the end of this article) is invariably the “soft cop” of Anglican antisemitism/anti-Israelism.

The “hard cop” of Anglican antisemitism/anti-Israelism comes from the Land of Israel, from the writings and sermons of Anglican Arab clergy, some of whom were born in British…

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