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Roe v. Wade – The Anniversary

Posted by lamarzulli on January 25, 2013


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Hollywood actor flayed for ‘skanky, sick’ ad

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WASHINGTON – A new advertisement featuring “Necessary Roughness” actor Mehcad Brooks and titled “Happy 40th Anniversary, Baby” celebrates the deaths of an estimated 56 million unborn lost to abortion since the Roe v. Wade Supreme Court decision 40 years ago this week, and is being called “skanky,” “sick” and “disgusting.”

“As abortion supporters celebrate Roe as a romantic anniversary, I have to think about the 56 million children who will never celebrate an anniversary with anyone. It’s beyond disrespectful to draw the line with Mehcad Brooks and make a joke out of the violent deaths of millions of unborn children.”
I watched part of this video yesterday before Acceleration Radio went on the air.  I got through maybe three minutes of it before I turned it off, disgusted by what I had seen.  This video is a vivid portrayal of how lost we have become as a nation.   The fact that this knucklehead would even consent to be a part of this video is appalling.  What was he thinking, most likely he wasn’t!  I wonder who wrote the piece?  It would be great to track down the writers and question them as they are the real culprits.

The killing of unborn babies has now reached over 53 million, and now we are called to celebrate, by this “actor” and those who financed the commercial, the anniversary of Roe v, Wade instead of lament the holocaust that it is.

Abortion= Most dangerous placeThe abortion decision was decided by the Supreme court 40 years ago this week.  Nine justices decided what would  become the law of the land and now there are 53 million dead babies in its wake.  I believe these justices have blood on their hands and no amount of yelling about a woman’s reproductive “rights” will ever atone for it.

In closing todays post:  Our country is greatly divided and abortion continues to be a hot button issue.   Many women believe it is their right to do what they want to with their bodies.  That may be fine in theory but what about the unborn child they carry in their wombs?  This commercial should be banned as I believe it is greatly offensive to every thinking individual.   Where is the outrage?  God help us….

 

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215 Responses to “Roe v. Wade – The Anniversary”

  1. moonpieeyes said

    http://theintelhub.com/2013/01/24/30-population-control-quotes-that-show-that-the-elite-truly-believe-that-humans-are-a-plague-upon-the-earth/

    Why don’t they start with themselves, and their families?

  2. moonpieeyes said

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  3. hopeful_watcher said

    Sickening beyond belief. The sexual overtones and repeating ‘baby’ over and over is clearly intentional and couldn’t possibly be done to further the pro-abortion agenda, unless they are totally moronic.

    I believe Satan is intentionally trying to provoke God to anger through human sin and lawlessness in hopes that God will renege on His covenant with man, because satan knows he can not defeat God with His covenants in place.

    A sick video such as this only enforces that theory.

    • Eric W. said

      It’s outright Satanic taunting and flame baiting. It’s dancing and urinating on their graves as far as I’m concerned.

      There will be a reckoning for that, too. For all of it.

    • Eric W. said

      Everyone involved with that “project.”

    • they always want to provoke God until they actually do it…then its run for the hills time. I believe the devil does because it always reduces the world of the one thing in existence he hates the most…US!

    • Claudia said

      Also, God has certain preknown Spirit Children that have yet to be in clay bodies. He wants to place them in human bodies for His use in this latter time. By encouraging abortion, satan is once again trying his best to interfer with God’s plans.

    • LookingUp said

      That’s a Mormon theology, not a Biblical one.

    • Claudia said

      It is best not to put labels on opinions because it limits and channels the thought processes into the channels of prejudice or bias.

      There are many scriptures in the Bible that state that God knew us before He placed us in our clay bodies. At least that is how I interpreted them when I read them.

      In case you were refuting the statement that “Hopeful” made, regarding satan trying to cause God to revoke His covenant with us, ….there are many scriptures within the Bible that state that satan is our constant accuser, and it is perfectly plausable that his intentions are to get God to change His mind over the outcome of man.

      There are many things that are not stated in the Bible. That does not do away with the possibilities of such things. We only know one grain of sand of knowledge concerning God….and I would even break that down to one molecule within that grain of sand.

    • Eric W. said

      “It is best not to put labels on opinions because it limits and channels the thought processes into the channels of prejudice or bias. ”

      Every time I hear or see something like this it’s bad news.

      “There are many things that are not stated in the Bible. That does not do away with the possibilities of such things.”

      Wow, that too.

      Where do you get this idea and concept from? Says who?

    • Claudia said

      People who use the words “every time” are refuting their own statement. Nothing is the same “every time”, “always”, etc. Do you understand? Learned that in school. Sure you did too.

      When you use those all inclusive words it indicates that in your mind you have immediately linked the sentences/statements you are judging to something bad everytime you hear them. So when they are used in a correct manner your locked mind will automatically place them in a bad catagory, and than everything that comes after those words will be judged by your mind as bad. Biased.

      There is room in the Bible (The Bible alone, not considering any works written by man concerning the Bible, because those words come from man, NOT God.) for many differing opinions, none of them salvational. When people make war on others over those opinions they drive many away from God’s Salvational Words, which have been clearly written and are irrefutable.

      I can conclude from your statements in the above post that:

      Number one: You must believe that all things are in the Bible, that God has decided to reveal to puny man all of His mysteries….that there is nothing that exists or can be discerned unless it is first put within the Bible. Golly gee, the councils of man decided to NOT put a lot of God’s revealations within the Bible. I guess than you should not believe anything that is written in the book of Enoch???? It clearly says that the mystery of Christ will be revealed when He returns. I guess that means there are some things we don’t yet know about and are up for speculation and opinion? You think, maybe so?

      Number two: You believe it is ok to label things, restrict things to what that specific label indicates. Such as the negative label applied: “Mormon” By applying that label you are basically saying that all they believe is wrong. That would be an error.

      I perhaps would have just come out and said, I disagree with the opinion that you stated. That way you are not casting stones where perhaps they don’t belong.

    • Eric W. said

      You really don’t want to know what I’m concluding right now. Believe me.

    • amaezed said

      @ Eric: I keep being blessed and encouraged by so many things that you’ve posted & most certainly NOT just today!

      (Tho I’m not conscious of it 24 – 7), I ALWAYS want God to bless you & your family & to encourage you in all you do. I trust that you’ll recognize the spirit that I’m operating from, Yes?!

    • amaezed said

      Eric, we both posted kudos for each other @ 7 minutes after the hour exactly, so NO ONE can say we put each other up to it! Hah!!

    • Eric W. said

      Love ya Amaezed! :D

    • Claudia said

      I am laughing….Eric W…..that you would even think that I would not know what you are concluding right now, …believe me! ;-)

      Conclusions and value judgements of humans are meaningless to me. I am more interested in their knowledge….not their value conclusions.

    • Eric W. said

      “What we have here… is a failure to communicate!” ;)

    • amaezed said

      “Knowledge, not value conclusions”?

      Seriously, I was thinking of how Jesus cared about relationships, not book (bible) knowledge . . .

      But now I really wanna know – is this a Star Trek concept?

    • amaezed said

      Correction – Jesus CARES, not cared

    • amaezed said

      Eric said: “What we have here… is a failure to communicate!”

      EXACTLY!! Father God, right now we come against all spirits of miscommunication, gainsay (contradiction), disunity, etc. – all spirits that are not of the kingdom of our Lord Jesus Christ of Nazareth. We speak with the Authority that we have received from the King of kings & the Lord of Lords & we cancel your assignments to come against this BLOG.

      We speak every blessing for L.A.’s ministry and we praise You, Lord, and we thank You that Your hand is on him and that his ministry is coming into the breakthrough that You’ve been preparing him for! We plead the most precious Blood of Jesus! No weapon formed against him / his ministry shall prosper.

      For now the “we” refers to me & my ministry partner Deb. Yes, I could fine-tune this & add a lot more, but I want to get this out there!

    • Claudia said

      Amaezed, my comment concerning “value conclusions” was directed in response to Eric’s comments to me. Don’t know where you come into it, or where Bible knowledge comes into it, or how you can bring relationships into learning. Relationships are about love, they are not about knowledge.

      Perhaps you both did not understand what I meant when I used the phrase “value conclusions” That phrase as used by me meant I was not interested in Eric’s conclusions on whether something had value or not.

      I was stating that I am not interested in value judgements, but only in learning from others, including Eric. Eric often has knowledge to depart. I am not interested in where he “weighs in” on things….his conclusions.

      This discussion is leaning towards the foolish….and towards mocking…..so it is best to end it. I have already ofended. I apologize.

    • amaezed said

      I used to know some serious Trekkies & as I was typing I really started to wonder if it was something Spock & crew said like an inside joke. I absolutely meant well when I said it. I hope it wasn’t misappropriated in transit.

      I had planned to pray along these lines 5 days ago regarding another discussion Eric was involved in with someone else. IMO, we (just about ALL of us) really mean well, but spirits of disunity & miscommunication (& more) are regularly attacking this BLOG with gusto.

      To me, it’s confirmation of how much L.A.’s in the game!

      Claudia, I often tell you when I appreciate your posts too, more than I get to tell most others here. Please know that I am WITH you. God bless you most abundantly!

    • Pudding said

      Pro 10:19 In the multitude of words there wanteth not sin: but he that refraineth his lips is wise.

      For the KJV challenged: When words are many, transgression is not lacking, but whoever restrains his lips is prudent.

    • Eric W. said

      Excellent Word there, Pudding.

      Amaezed: Could not agree more! :) Have to salute the Trek references, too. ;)

    • amaezed said

      Thanks, Pudding, but I’m not talking about being pithy. (:o)

    • Pudding said

      Iknowhowtobepithy :þ

    • amaezed said

      LOL! Yes, indeedy, Pudding, I’ll gladly vouch for that!!

    • i have had a prebirth experience and i am certainly not a mormon nor am i a liar. I also have laid a 4year long challenge on here to take any lie detector or any other test you might offer to prove me wrong.

    • Eric W. said

      “i have had a prebirth experience”

      I’m honestly not sure what this is or what it means. :)

    • Claudia said

      There are many things that we humans do not understand. We know for sure that reincarnation over and over does not lead to salvation or a state of enlightenment. Our journey is only over when we accept Jesus Christ. It has been said that back in Christ’s time there was a belief in reincarnation. I cannot weigh in on it because I don’t know. Some suspected and theorized that John the Baptist was a reincarnate Old Testament prophet, the one Christ mentioned that proceeded Him, but no one recognized. In the same fashion one of the Two Witnessess will probably also be in this catagory….unless they are one of those that never saw death and were taken away, like Enoch, and Elijah, maybe even Moses.

      I have read in the past that there is a possibility that humans can through their DNA inherit family memories…..much like migratory birds. Those memories would be real. I personally believe that we had spiritual existence prior to our earthly clay existence. Personal opinion, not necessarily fact. The entire point of being here on earth is to be restored. Very much like Adam and Eve were kicked out of the Garden of Eden because they believed something the dragon said over the words of God, and they followed their will over God’s Will and disobeyed God. God loves His children, He does not want to destroy one of them. But He will, in the end, all the tares that persist in believing satan over Him.

    • Claudia said

      Eric, your little happy faces make it appear like you are mocking others. Are you? Is that a Christian thing to do? Do you think Christ would be approaching this in the same way you are?

    • Pudding said

      (Proverbs 28:25) He that is of a proud heart stirreth up strife: but he that putteth his trust in the LORD shall be made fat.

    • Eric W. said

      “Eric, your little happy faces make it appear like you are mocking others. Are you? ”

      No.

      ” Do you think Christ would be approaching this in the same way you are?”

      Yes. :)

    • amaezed said

      Thanks for the :) ‘s Pudding!

    • amaezed said

      I want to give my biggest shout-out to Eric for all his :) ‘s b/c they so often add wonderful “body language” & tone. :) :)

    • LookingUp said

      Really, Claudia? Are you serious? You must be projecting your karma onto that. All I ever think when I see happy faces is someone’s attempt to let people know the statement is not meant to be harsh, or it is meant to be light. They are a communication tool, and they usually make me smile.

      Pre-life experiences? Spirit babies waiting for bodies, and that’s not a Mormon teaching? You can certainly stick a label on that because that’s what they teach and Scripture does not. God knew us before we were formed and new who we would be because He is omniscient, not because He parked us somewhere waiting on some fickle chance or opportunity for us to be born into a clay pot to accomplish something. The danger in all of this is that Satan influences thought, too, as does our fallen mind. That’s why we have to test experiences against Scripture. “Repressed memories” are dangerous, because they are not all true.

      The more I read posts to this blog, the more amazed I am (not meant to reflect on you in any way Amaezed). I’m getting whiplash from shaking my head today.

    • Pudding said

      LookingUp, You echo my feelings 100%.

      I would say “Repressed memories” is the cause, unless one in new age or Gnostic, worst case deceiving spirit.

    • LookingUp said

      Thanks, Pudding. I could expound on why, but I’m trying to be pithy. :)

    • Claudia said

      Ephesians 1: 3, 4: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places with Christ Just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love”

      1 Corinthians 2:7 No, we speak of God’s secret wisdom, a wisdom that has been hidden and that God destined for our glory before time began.

      Rom. 8:29-30 “For those whom He foreknew He also predestined to be conformed to the image of His Son, so that He would be the firstborn among many brothers. And those He predestined, He also called; and those He called, He also justified; and those He justified, He also glorified”

      (Job 33:4) “The spirit of God hath made me, and the breath of the Almighty hath given me life.”

      These above scriptures could very easily contain within them what I suggested as a theory. I have not read what the Mormons say. I have read the Bible.

      The breath of the Almighty is a part of Him, and He did foreknow us. That breath is what put the life within the clay. The Spirit which was a part of the Eternal Father.

    • Claudia said

      (Zechariah 12:1) “The burden of the word of the LORD for Israel, saith the LORD, which stretcheth forth the heavens, and layeth the foundation of the earth, and formeth the spirit of man within him.”

      God formed our spirits inside of Him! He knew us before we were placed within the clay bodies. God is All knowing, and we were formed within Him.

    • Pudding said

      Claudia, you now twist the scripture to prove your own heretical ideas.

      You completely twisted Zechariah 12:1.

    • Claudia said

      In some circles the :-) face represents “LOL”, Laughing Out Loud. To use a symbol that also has that meaning could be considered rude when telling someone that they honestly don’t know what she is talking about. Especially when that someone LOL, :-) is a fairly intelligent person….unless I have misread him.

      If I did, I seriously apologize! :-( Feeling sad that I offended.

    • Claudia said

      I am not twisting any scripture. I posted it just the way it is. You have been told by another human what they think it means. Who knows who is correct, and does it really matter?

      I guess you will just have to burn me at the stake, just as all the churches of man in the past have done to those who disagree with their understandings. I hope the flames of my burning will warm your heart.

    • Claudia said

      Ooops! I forgot to put the happy faces in my last post so that you will know that I am approaching you in the correct way! ;-) :-) ;-)

      By the way, what does Zech 12:1 mean, and who told you that meaning, or what other scriptures did you put with it to gather that meaning that you arrived at?

    • LookingUp said

      God formed the spirit of man in THE MAN, not in Himself. It is a rule of basic grammar.

    • Pudding said

      (Proverbs 28:26) He that trusteth in his own heart is a fool: but whoso walketh wisely, he shall be delivered.

    • Eric W. said

      Thanks Amaezed! :D You’re a huge encouragement yourself!

      I think I need to hand out the chill pills. ;) Don’t make me start singing koombayaa…

      If the Big Z sweeps down and he’s mad… :shock:

      A little quickie emoticon breakdown:
      :lol: <- That's laughing out loud.
      :roll: <- That's an obviously rude and self explanatory emoticon.
      :) That's just smilin' ;) Hey there, good lookin'

      "LookingUp, You echo my feelings 100%.

      I would say “Repressed memories” is the cause, unless one in new age or Gnostic, worst case deceiving spirit."

      Same here but I'm always willing to give something a fair hearing up or down and match it against Scripture like a Berean. :)

      "I am not twisting any scripture. I posted it just the way it is. You have been told by another human what they think it means.

      Who knows who is correct, and does it really matter? "

      I think it matters that we exegete the proper meaning out of the Scriptures. :)

      "I guess you will just have to burn me at the stake, just as all the churches of man in the past have done to those who disagree with their understandings. I hope the flames of my burning will warm your heart."

      Can't find burning at the stake burning in the Scriptures. ;)

      "If I did, I seriously apologize! :-( Feeling sad that I offended."

      It's all too easy to do/happen over the Internet. No worries. Blessings. :)

    • Claudia said

      And this scripture, Pudding?

      Ephesians 1: 3, 4: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places with Christ Just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love”

      What does “before the foundation of the world” mean to you? At that time He chose us “in Him”.

      What do those words mean above. Now don’t go looking up what they should mean….what do they mean, as written?

    • amaezed said

      Oh, Eric! The koombayaa made me laugh the hardest b/c it gave me a flashback of my hippie days when we sang it SO VERY (way too too) earnestly.

      (Yep, I’m a child of the 60’s, 3 months older than our Zulli Lama & I have a LOT in common with him in our bio’s). I moved to L.A. (the city!) in ’69 – after the summer of love & found that I had certainly missed out on it!)

      You’re cutting edge, so perhaps you can suggest another song for us? Something tells me that others here may want to help you.

    • Claudia said

      Thanks for the “faces” lesson, Eric. I only know how to do two, not that literate. I apologize for not understanding your language, seriously.

    • LookingUp said

      He chose us before time began. He knew He would choose us and we would agree. When we make that choice, we become “in Christ” and Christ is “in us” through the Holy Spirit who indwells us. He creates us in the womb, not somewhere else. His “knowing” doesn’t presuppose “doing.”

      Eric, great job on Symbols 101. Will you please tell me how you get all of those, especially the ones that move. I only know happy and sad.

    • Claudia said

      It seems to me that Eph 1:3-4 supports my interpretation of Zech 12:1.

      Isn’t that what scripture is supposed to do. One should never contradict the other. Eph. 1:3-4 clearly states that we were chosen “in Him” and that choice happened before the foundations of the world. I would suggest that the author within Ephesians understood the Old Testament scripture from Zechariah the same way I did.

      Ephesians 1: 3, 4: “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, who has blessed us with every spiritual blessing in the heavenly places with Christ Just as He chose us in Him before the foundation of the world, that we should be holy and without blame before Him in love”

      (Zechariah 12:1) “The burden of the word of the LORD for Israel, saith the LORD, which stretcheth forth the heavens, and layeth the foundation of the earth, and formeth the spirit of man within him.”

      Our bodies are clay and made of the earth. Our Spirits were breathed in us from God, and are from Him, in Him, those who are called to believe in Jesus Christ. Christ, Himself said that through Him, Jesus, we would be able to be be one with God again, no longer separated.

      John 14: And I will pray the Father, and He will give you another Helper, that He (the Helper/Holy Spirit)may abide with you forever, even the Spirit of truth, who the world cannot receive, because it neither sees Him nor knows Him; but you know Him, for He (Spirit of truth) dwells with you and will be in you. I will not leave you orphans; I will come to you. A little while longer and the world will see me no more, but you will see Me. Because I live, you will live also. At that day you will know that I am in My Father, and you in Me, and I in you.

      Jesus is, I believe, speaking of that Day when He returns and the Mystery of Christ is revealed. We will no longer argue over scripture at that time, because we will no longer be orphaned from God, we will be part of Him again, and have no use for these temporary clay bodies.

    • Claudia said

      One more thing that is a strong part of this puzzle. The Father and Jesus Christ the Son, and the Holy Spirit are One.

    • Eric W. said

      “Thanks for the “faces” lesson, Eric. I only know how to do two, not that literate. I apologize for not understanding your language, seriously.”

      No worries. :)

      Looking Up (remove spaces for codes to work):
      :lol: = : lol : :roll: = : roll : ;) = ; )
      :shock: = : shock : :mrgreen: = : mrgreen : :? : ? :evil: : evil :
      :twisted: : twisted :

    • you 3 should start your own comedy show tweetle dee and tweetle repeat whatever dee says… one of you says two words (repressed memories) and the rest just took off the entire dialogue with that alone.

      I dont believe in reincarnation. I do believe we were in a spiritual form before being put into the womb however. I also believe that this atleast what i have said is not contradicted in scripture any where. Its so easy to pick a verse out of one chapter (and i see this constantly on here) and sum up what you Think. Thats not how it works. Read entire books of the bible without googling them..without running to thesaurus’s. I think the faith on here is brittle. It has to be constantly belittled if it doesnt correlate with what you own personal experiences are! God bless.

    • LookingUp said

      Yes, Claudia, you’re right about Scripture not contradicting each other and not basing a doctrine on one verse. But you can’t develop a doctrine based on misinterpretation of Scripture no matter how many misinterpretations you can put together. You are misinterpreting those verses, and I explained that. I think you’ve discounted me, so you’re not giving any consideration to my posts.

      If human spirits were part of God pre-conception, that would make us God. We are created IN His image, not FROM His being.

    • Pudding said

      Faithfulelect, I might have a similar experience as you are talking about so I understand to a degree where you are coming from. As for my experience I did not find anything in the bible explaining it, in new age or Gnosticism now that will agree with you if that is the road you wish to travel. For me I have let the Word conform me and refrained from conforming the word into the image best suited to my imagination. Faith.

  4. Matt said

    When I debate this with people they always bring up raped women saying how many are do to that now I did a little research and what I could find is about 1 percent of abortions are do to rape don’t know if thos stats are right or not of course not every rape is reported

    • Eric W. said

      Then they use a talking point like: “Will you, or the church or (fill in the blank) pay to raise that kid, etc. etc.?”

      I have to admit there’s some validity to that concept but it certainly doesn’t excuse or condone anything.

    • lamarzulli said

      I would do it in a minute….

    • Matt said

      I’m with u L.A

    • Eric W. said

      I hear you brothers.

      Sadly and I know you all know this all too well: We’re in an appallingly small minority on that concept and let that sink in. Hold on, I got to send another tithe in to build the church gym across the street. Yup, I went there. :twisted: ;)

      If I had to step up…honestly…I’m not equipped to be a parent myself but I certainly would be willing to step up in other ways to make sure that child would at least be led to a good situation. :)

    • hopeful_watcher said

      Eric, the church as a whole has fallen short in this regard. We should be embracing expectant mothers and support a method for adoptions or even better, build these women up with love, support (financial and spiritual) and encouragement. Get them in the church and they may even find a God fearing mate to share their life with them.

      Turn them from bitter women down on their luck to hopeful disciples filled with the spirit.

    • Eric W. said

      Couldn’t agree more. It starts with the Gospel and works out from there. :)

    • Claudia said

      There is no doubt that many of us and most churches would help, but most women don’t want help.

      They want to sleep around recreationally (having totally seperated themselves from God’s standards) and abortion is their secret, simple and quick safety net.

    • Eric W. said

      ^^ That’s definitely a big part of the problem. Then there’s the men, too.

      The whole thing’s a ruddy mess.

    • Kristen said

      I would raise anyone’s child. If it meant them not aborting that precious life.

    • Krazy Kat Lady said

      There are millions of couples, who can’t have babies of their own, willing to adopt. There is no excuse. The woman can get on with her life with no guilt. There is extreme guilt after abortion whether it be months or years later. I worked in a Pregnancy care center and was the Nurse Manager there.
      Rhonda, RN

    • Eric W. said

      Agreed a trillion percent with you, Krazy Kat. I’ve personally known several couples that couldn’t have babies that wanted to adopt.

    • LookingUp said

      God bless you, KKL. I’ve never been able to understand the mindset of a woman loving her baby too much to give it up to a couple who would give anything to have it but can abort it. Is that Satan at work or what?

  5. Eric W. said

    Today’s blog underscores one of a number of critical areas where this country has kicked God out and gone deliberately down the wrong road and earned every bit of judgement that has been and will continue to be in play. We’re certainly well into remedial judgement at this point and we deserve all of it and more.

    Enough of this “God Bless America” stuff. How about “America bless God” then we’ll talk?

    LOVED the show last night. Thrilled Chris is coming back next week. Happy to hear that there’s some much needed fun and “R&R” ;) planned for the Grand Master and his clan in early February. :)

    Watching the Israeli political situation very closely. I’m hoping to see a PP&S breakdown about all that before too long. ;)

    • Claudia said

      Eric W.; If you have a family member that has fallen down…..are you going to continue to try to help them stand up? Or…..are you going to kick them while they are down, curse them, and encourage God to go away from them?

      America needs our help….there are still alot of people within her that look to the Lord in their walk.

      Cast your apparent (I may have misread you) hatred for her, upon the world…..her condition is not unique in the world….it is a worldly condition. Don’t just focus on her.

      Don’t forget the “auction” that Abraham had with the angel of the LORD over Sodom. Abraham got the count down to a very small number, that if they found even that few in Sodom, they would spare her.

      I think, as I write, of all the (small letter) christians that didn’t vote because they also gave up on America. Those are the ones I blame for our current leadership, who now casts off his sheep’s clothing.

    • Elaine said

      I don’t know what happened but the show suddenly went into an archived show with Russ Dizdar a few minutes after Chris came on….I know it wasn’t just me that clicked a wrong button because others in the chat mentioned it too! I hope the real show is archived if it was going on in a different place!

    • amaezed said

      @ Elaine: same here. Russ was talking a few minutes in (I think @ about 9 minutes)

      Elaine, I did look for you in the chat. I’ll try again, just so you (and Linda) know that I’m trying!

    • Eric W. said

      “Cast your apparent (I may have misread you) hatred for her, upon the world…..her condition is not unique in the world….it is a worldly condition. Don’t just focus on her.”

      You definitely misread me. I think that’s happening in more than one thread.

      I definitely agree: It’s the entire world.

    • Elaine said

      amaezed!!! I looked for you but didn’t see ya! I must have signed off too soon when someone on the chat said they had gone to an archive due to technical problems…..I should have hung in there I guess but I switched back to Hagmanns thinking L.A. was a wash for this week! Let’s try again next week! Remember, I will be “misselainies”……now I am going to go look for the archive!

    • amaezed said

      @ Elaine: Guess who had quite an adventure last night in chat-land, but too much to say here. I may try H&H again too. I will keep searchin’ & havin’ fun at it!

    • LindaFromToronto said

      @Amaezed and Elaine — only made a quick attempt Wednesday to locate you on H & H chat but not successful. May need to try after next week, since we are getting ready to drive to Florida in a few days’ time. (Hope to try again from there.) God bless!

  6. Bruce W said

    We need supernatural help when we debate the abortion issue. Many of these people that at “pro-choice” are being controlled by the enemy but don’t have a clue about it. They seem like nice decent people with big hearts in other ways but when it comes to the abortion issue something else (demon spirits) takes over.

    • Eric W. said

      True. Now I’ve also SEEN people who outright don’t care. They’ve seen the videos, know the science…they know it all and they literally DON’T care. They’ll tell you: It’s the woman’s choice no matter what, it’s her body, the government should stay out (I agree with the government part in a sense but not the rest of it)… and so forth.

      A couple of months ago there was this picture in the papers that was nationally syndicated and I think even L.A. ran it: It was this group of pro abortion women and you could just SEE this strange, vile, bloodthirsty hate in some of their faces. It was like they were almost real witches or something and I wasn’t trying to read into it, either.

      That was a picture that spoke a thousands words to me.

      You do have people like you’re talking about, Bruce, but make no mistake: You have others that flat out don’t give a rip no matter what.

    • Matt said

      Yes that’s why we need the tools for when debating time comes cause they have strong points got be able to come back stronger trusting the lord to bring what you learned to the front line

    • Claudia said

      Far too many things are blamed on “demons”. Yes they do exist. But to a far larger and the majority extent it is the human choice…..their self willed choice.

      NO DEMONS involved. The human gets all the blame, plus the way our society gives them permission. The human mind is capable of evil, without the influence of demons. Let’s blame it on demons and than we can still think humans have worth. There is no worth there, unless they are cleansed by Jesus Christ….or have the type of heart that would die for another person.

    • Bruce W said

      Claudia I used to feel the same as you do. But we are in the last of the last days. Don’t underestimate what influence demons are having. They are influencing people everywhere including the church. Be on guard always.

    • Bruce W said

      See, we are even fussing among ourselves on the abortion issue. Let’s stick together believers. I am new to posting here but have been following LA here, the radio show, “Prophecy In The News” etc. What a great man and someone who walks the walk. I feel like I know a lot of you already from reading your posts. I love you in the Lord.

    • Eric W. said

      Claudia: Not an either/or. It’s both.

    • Claudia said

      I understand what you say, Bruce…..but we cannot blame the demons for what each individual should be accountable for. That is the easy way out..which is man’s way. Find someone or something else to blame for their actions.

      Love of self manifests in the outward face. A smugness, a consciet, a feeling of god head, a feeling of the world owes me because I am so wonderful. That is what you are seeing on their faces. Such a strong contrast to the face of one who puts others first, before themselves.

      A true demon is more apt to guard the outward appearance of the one he possesses for his purpose….especially for this latter day purpose.

      What you are seeing in this generation is a worship of self, and the self glory they have put upon themselves. Children who have not grown up because their parents did not do their duty to them as spelled out in the Bible.

      There have been demons here since the floods which destroyed their bodies. But they do not have the numbers yet (they cannot reproduce) until the 5th and 6th trumpets sound. That is their release. God has prohibited (bound) them from coming in mass to earth in order that man can make his free will choices based on his knowledge of God. Which duty was the individual Christians, and the churches to spread that knowledge all over the world.

    • 1 Corinthians 10
      19 What say I then? that the idol is any thing,
      or that which is offered in sacrifice to idols is any thing?
      20 But I say, that the things which the Gentiles sacrifice,
      they sacrifice to devils, and not to God:
      and I would not that ye should have fellowship with devils.
      21 Ye cannot drink the cup of the Lord, and the cup of devils:
      ye cannot be partakers of the Lord’s table, and of the table of devils.

      “http://biblez.com/search.php?q=evil+spirits”
      “http://biblez.com/search.php?q=demon”

      Do ya’ reckon the gadarene demoniac could’ve cast the legion out by hoisting up his own petard?

      “Sin will take you further than you want to go.
      It will keep you longer than you want to stay,
      and it will cost you more than you want to pay.”

  7. La i was wondering if you would be interested in having Jim wilhemson back on hes back on with a recent youtube video and is having problems with his publisher plus some other difficulties in his personal life. Plus im still praying for pastor hector! I hope everyone else is remembering him as well throughout their day we need more pastors not less of them! God bless you all!

    • richard said

      Jim’s wife has cancer and is need of prayer!

    • Randall A Man of God said

      Indeed Faithful,Jim Wilhemson is a great man of God and needs all our prayers. Thank you for bringing this up.I knew he was struggling but was unaware of his wifes health problem.So thank you Richard as well for letting us know about that.

    • Eric W. said

      Praying!

      I do have good news: Gary Stearman is FINALLY improving and hitting the upside with this two weeks plus flu virus thing he’s had.

      Don’t forget Pastor Hector, too!

    • Elaine said

      I would love to hear a Jim Wilhelmsen show! He is from my old area and seems to be a great humble guy. Prayers for his family!

    • LindaFromToronto said

      Prayers for each one!

  8. richard said

    Abortion is a mute point because either the women who voted for Obama are ok with it or the Christian vote did not care enough to come out to vote to get rid of Obama and his pro abortion views.

    As far as Im concerned abortion is just part of the globalist eugenic social movement to only have a 500 million global population. It will never be overturned on the federal level unless a Rand Paul like candidate gets into the White House and over turns abortion with an executive order. That’s a minimum 4 years.

    I dont know whats coming next but English scientist yesterday stated that we are in a global apocalyptic pandemic because their are many new airborne viruses that do no respond to antibiotics. Which means the possibility of more deaths than the 1918 flu pandemic could be right around the corner.

    Abortion is bad but right now its like worrying about the small cut on your arm when your leg has almost been cut off in a car accident and is dangling from your knee socket. There are too many other things in prophecy to worry about right now.

    We have Iran and Syria to deal with. Major earthquakes are right around the corner. Food shortages are everywhere. The global markets are preparing for collapse possibly as early as this summer WORLDWIDE. North Korea is threatening to attack the US and South Korea. India and Pakistan are threatening nuclear war.
    The gun grab in America. Iran is positioning for their Mahdi to come back which I think means terrorists attacks here in the states.

    My question is how does abortion fit into end times prophecy besides understanding its a blood sacrifice to satan.
    I dont think it has anything to do with the antichrist. I wouldn’t say abortion gives the ac power in any form?

    I think a bigger blood sacrifice are the thousands of Christians being murdered world wide by the Islamic fundamentalist. Egypt, Africa, Iran. No one is doing anything to help these Christians.

    • Randall A Man of God said

      I respectfully disagree Richard.There is nothing more important to Abba Father or to me than the children!If we kill them in the womb or kill them later it is still murder plain and simple.Let us not forget that the children are innocent,we are not.As long as we as a nation are murdering a child every 94 seconds we can expect and indeed deserve nothing but God’s wrath and disdain.It is only through God’s grace and mercy that we are not just wiped out instantly as we deserve!

    • Eric W. said

      It’s ALL important. Not either/or.

    • richard said

      My point is Randall. Nothing is going to change. Not protesting abortion not small legislation here and there. Nothing. There are 50 million abortions in China alone every year. Nothing is going to change abortion in China. No one said it wasnt sad. No one said its not an important issue. No one said we shoudn’t be judged as a nation.

    • Bruce W said

      Richard I get everything you’re saying but don’t give up on the unborn. I believe when we stand in front of God we will have to answer why we did not do more to stop abortion.

      And Eric you are so right. There are many who just don’t care. I never have understood how pro abortion people are the first ones out there to “save the whale”. I shake my head until it just about falls off.

    • Claudia said

      The biggest abomination to God is to give a blood sacrifice to satan…trumps Christians being martyred….doesn’t even compare. God gave His Son, Jesus Christ to be sacrificed, once and for all time. To sacrifice to any other god (satan) is an ABOMINATION! To look towards killing an unborn baby to better ones life, rather than to look towards the Only True God is an abomination to God.

      Part of being a true Christian is to assume that you may have to be martyred one day, and you take on that potential event because you love Him.

    • richard said

      Claudia and Bruce we can do something from a political perspective to stop Christians being martyred There is nothing we can do about abortion on a national level until we have Christian president in office.

      State level yes laws are still being written.

      No one said it wasnt an abomination Claudia

    • John Michael said

      I believe abortion is a blood sacrifice as the innocent are murdered while the Father formed their inward parts. I don’t believe that a “Christian” President will get this law overturned as we’ve had some Christian Presidents in office since 1973.

      The number of Christians murdered world wide is appalling and more so than any other religion.

      I don’t believe we can stop either of these from happening altogether.

      Man has been killing one another since Cain and Able which made the murder rate 25% then.

      The murder of Christians will grow steadily until the were removed from this fallen world.

      Maranatha

    • LookingUp said

      What influence do you think we have, Richard, to do something”from a politica perspective to stop Christian from being martyred”? How much has our government been able to do about anything anywhere? What indication has our state department under any president given that indicates they even care?

      There are unborn lives being saved in this country every day because of the committed involvement of individuals to stop abortions. Texas has been able to stop funding Planned Parenthood which will save babies and makes it mandatory for doctors to show women ultrasounds of the baby which saves even more lives.

      It is all bad. God hates the shedding of ALL innocent blood. Any life that can be saved should be saved. We may not be able to stop the murder of believers somewhere else in the world, but we can be personally involved to save unborn babies here. God won’t judge us because of what China does.

    • Claudia said

      Richard, it sounded like to me you were saying that Christians being killed was a more important issue than babies being killed.

      The abortion issue must continually be fought on the national level, whether we can do anything about it or not. If we don’t keep the argument in front of the people, more and more will fall within the trap. It is not about whether we can be successful or not. Individually we have to constantly stand up against it, personally within our sphere of human contact….not worrying about being popular.

      I am afraid that many do not understand that our current administration probably does not have any interest in getting Christians safe from being martyred.

      But, yes, we have to keep contacting our representatives to try to act to save Christians. This current administration did not even care to save our own embassadors because he didn’t want to put America’s military footprint within Bengazzi (sp). He actually delayed the rescue mission so they could get out of their American military uniforms!!! Do the math…analyse the chess game being played. It means that this administration is bowing to our enemies. Worse yet….he is giving our enemies weapons that they can use against Israel! This is the last election…he is going to do what ever he can to usher in his vision, which probably has nothing to do with Christianity. He will look first to the UN, and last to our Congress for his cues.

    • richard said

      No one would debate on this blog that we are living in the last days. We are in the birth pangs.Things will only get worse not better. The abortion issue has statistically no chance of EVER being over turned EVER.

      Contact your representative that will help about as much as you protesting out front of your state capital. Pro Life advocates do not have the numbers to make a difference anymore. Sadly

      The concern of the blog topics should be the lack of concern from the Christian perspective.

      The same reason the Christin community lost the abortion battle is the same reason we lost the fight against gay marriage. People have lost their Christian Zest.

    • Randall A Man of God said

      Statistics be damned! Yes Richard if all the brethren roll over and just say the abortion battle is lost then yes we have lost. I and I hope and pray that many others will continue to rail against it as I do!The battle is never lost as long as a single person still breathes and fight on against it! I love you brother but find your defeatist attitude impossible to understand personally.I shall continue to fight for My Lord in this as well as other battles till The Lord takes my breath from me and takes me home.No fight is lost until we surrender.With this i will stop posting on this with you as I am starting to think in this case it is a waste of precious time.God Bless.

    • LookingUp said

      Using your concern for Christian martyrs, we shouldn’t bother to try to save one until we can save them all.

      You do not have your facts right, Richard. Pro-lifers HAVE made a difference at the state level because we HAVE been able to influence legislation there. Are you saying the lives of the babies that have been saved by those actions count for nothing? That the young women whose lives have been spared the long-term consequences of abortion don’t matter? Success happens one life at a time.

      You don’t know that Roe v Wade will never be overturned, but the only chance it has is for people to be informed and educated about what it really is. Abortion is less popular today than it has ever been since 1973.

      Christians who are involved in fighting for lives of the unborn and their mothers ARE exhibiting Christian zeal,

      People on this blog are informed and concerned about the ignorance and apathy of the Church as a whole and many posts have been made about it. What good does THAT do? What difference has THAT made? Talk is cheap, unlimited and easy.

    • amaezed said

      LU said: “Pro-lifers HAVE made a difference”

      One more example: the 40th Annual March for Life was held today in Washington DC as hundreds of thousands of pro-lifers braved the cold in support of the sanctity of life.

      I keep thinking how God can use this to reach a lot of people & cause them to reconsider things (and save some babies TODAY too of course). I’ve heard so many stories that began, “I was on my way to have an abortion when God caught my attention . . . ”

      He uses the actions of believers like the 2 fish & 5 loaves, to multiply the yield in the spiritual realm beyond our current understanding.

    • richard said

      Randall Rail against it. Put all your energies and efforts into. Sit out in front of planned parenthood and protest it.

      It is a lost battle for 4 years at the national level. Even if republicans take the senate in 2014. Obama would never sign a bill overturning Roe v Wade. Yes.That is exactly what I am saying.

      It doesn’t mean I’m a defeatist. I’m realist. It would take divine intervention to get Roe v Wade overturned in the next 4 years.

      Planned Parenthood funding is too big a lobbyist. But Hey I’m always open to suggestions.

    • Eric W. said

      Somewhere in all this I feel the need to add: Start with the Gospel and work your way out from there. That’s where the real change happens. :)

    • richard said

      No Eric its a lot simpler than that. “Be still and know that I am God”

    • Eric W. said

      ^^ That, too. :)

    • What you bind on earth will be bound in heaven….
      If two of you here on earth agree together…
      Two can put ten thousand to flight…
      How much more He will give…
      What is impossible with men…
      Not by power nor by might…
      All good things come from…
      He is a rewarder of those…
      The righteous prayers…
      Others save with fear…
      Ask, seek, knock…

      I have a confession that might sound a bit odd.
      You know about those who experience “lost time…”
      I experience time dilation
      where even just a few minutes stretch out wonderfully.

      Joel 2:25-27
      I will restore to you the years
      that the locust hath eaten,
      the cankerworm, and
      the caterpiller, and
      the palmerworm,
      my great army which I sent among you.

      And ye shall eat in plenty,
      and be satisfied,
      and praise the name of the LORD your God,
      that hath dealt wondrously with you:
      and my people shall never be ashamed.

      And ye shall know that I am in the midst of Israel,
      and that I am the LORD your God, and none else:
      and my people shall never be ashamed.

    • LookingUp said

      The reality is that t’s not about the issue; it’s about individual lives. And individual lives are being saved only because people care enough to become involved. God holds us responsible for what we CAN do, not for what we can’t.

    • amaezed said

      Yea and amen re INDIVIDUAL LIVES.

      This makes me think of this often-told analogy:

      One day an old man was walking along the beach. It was low tide, and the sand was littered with thousands of stranded starfish that the water had carried in and then left behind. The man began walking very carefully so as not to step on any of the beautiful creatures. Since the animals still seemed to be alive, he considered picking some of them up and putting them back in the water, where they could resume their lives.

      The man knew the starfish would die if left on the beach’s dry sand but he reasoned that he could not possibly help them all, so he chose to do nothing and continued walking.

      Soon afterward, the man came upon a small child on the beach who was frantically throwing one starfish after another back into the sea. The old man stopped and asked the child, “What are you doing?”

      “I’m saving the starfish,” the child replied.

      “Why waste your time?… There are so many you can’t save them all so what does is matter?” argued the man.

      Without hesitation, the child picked up another starfish and tossed the starfish back into the water… “It matters to this one,” the child explained.

    • Claudia said

      Loved the way you illustrated that, Amaezed.

    • Eric W. said

      Love that Amaezed.

  9. Frank said

    interesting that all of the choices pictured were some form of eugenics.

  10. “I will praise You, for I am fearfully and wonderfully made; Marvelous are Your works, And that my soul knows very well.” (Psalm 139:14)

    In order to appreciate and have gratitude for “Life,” one would/should know and have a relationship with God, the creator, giver, and purpose of life. Otherwise, really, a person is just walking through life undecided on the “why’s” of life.

    Abortion with all its shades of “it’s ok,” is a diabolical deviant way of brushing aside what some consider is an inconvenient problem and needs to be hidden from facing it or from solving an unwanted pregnancy.

    Also it take courage to stand up against abortion. I went through a similar situation years ago where a female relative was considering an abortion. I went sick. I was so angry and I wasn’t even a born again christian yet.

    There was another female relative who was a nurse offering to “help” with the abortion issue. A battle broke out among family. Cool heads prevailed. I was kept away from this family member because of my anger.

    Not knowing what to do, the biological father came to my family revealing the intent for an abortion. My family, including the biological father, confronted my relative, outlined to her the reality of “abortion,” and lo and behold, I really believe God stepped into the situation because the abortion never came to pass.

    She even stated at one point, “I don’t know why I thought it was ok to have an abortion!”

    You see, family stood together to protect this unborn child (today the female baby is now grown and has 3 kids of her own). Getting past the embarrassment, working on a solution together, and providing a way out which includes facing life, is the true answer.

    Just saying…

    Blessings,

    • Eric W. said

      Awesome post, Mary. Blessings. :)

    • Claudia said

      Your post, Mary, so illustrates how bringing the issue into the light caused the family to get together and work together, standing up for God’s standards, and giving their support. What a blessing family can be….and those who care enough to bring others into the Light.

    • LookingUp said

      Another example of the Matthew 6:34 promise: “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.” God always honors obedience to that in His way at His time. Thanks for the testimony.

  11. Life said

    Disappointed to hear LA say publicly that the Book of Enoch was not written by Enoch, but that it is a “pseudepigrapha”. I have to oppose that, with all respect and admiration for all the good work. The ancient jews and the first christians didnt seem to think that it was not written by Enoch. Not even Augustin, who opposed it for catholic and gnostic reasons, denied that it was written by Enoch.

    The Holy Spirit is not a lier. He doesn’t give some unknown writer a bunch of true prophecies, among them some of the most astonishing Messiah prophecies, and then tells him to falsely attribute them to a known patriark. Other ancient writers may have done that, but their works were not inspired, did not contain any true prophecies. Enoch’s does. He’s real. If Jesus and his apostles (and their disciples for 300 years) did not utter any criticism against that book, I wont. If they believed in it, I will. If they based doctrin on it, I will.

    And lets not forget: What we have today is a translation. Not from the original, but from, probably, a greek translation from an aramaic translation, and so on back to the original preflood text. That doesnt mean that it (this present text) is unthrustworthy, but just as with any other translation than the KJV (irony), there may have slipped in some transcription errors. And yet, when the ethiopian text was compared to the dead sea scrolls’ aramaic fragments, it proved to be a very faithful translation. Still, there are a few differences, where the aramaic and the greek fragments seem to have a more complete wording. (The greek tells us there were three races of giants before the flood, for instance.)

    According to a couple of the first dead sea scroll scholars, there is a complete copy of the aramaic book of Enoch preserved. It is owned by someone in Europe that doesnt want to sell it. When that scroll comes forth, probably during the tribulation, it will be fully known.

    The first Christians believed Enoch and Elijah are the two witnesses in the book of Revelation. If the book of Enoch, which in its beginning says it is written for those who are going to live in the tribulation, it’s kind of logical if Enoch himself, or a prophet in his spirit and power, also is present in those days.

    • lamarzulli said

      Hi Life – I cite and quote the Book of Enoch in all of my books. According to Biblical scholars it was not written by Enoch came from an oral tradition. That’s my two cents.

    • Life said

      Ok, I respect your opinion, although I think Biblical scholars say so about the books of Moses too.
      Be blessed.

    • Eric W. said

      *scratches head*

      Not for nuthin’ but L.A. has well backed up and documented what he’s said including on this particular subject a number of times. :)

      “http://www.prophecyinthenews.com/the-ancient-book-of-enoch-with-ken-johnson/”

      Well worth watching.

      The package with the book and the DVD’s together is THE best “hold your hand and walk you through Enoch” Biblical setup you can find anywhere.

      Highly recommended to all. :)

    • Claudia said

      Back in the time of Enoch and Noah they lived along time, and it was traditional that the tales of events were passed on from family to family. Having such a long life gave alot of accuracy to the passing down of those events…..unlike our short lifespans of today that have been corrupted by having the covering over the earth destroyed.

      It doesn’t matter who wrote the books of Enoch, what matters is what they say, and how they fit in with the overall pattern that God has set down for us. The Holy Spirit is perfectly capable of bringing out the truth that is within any words written.

    • Claudia said

      The Pharisees and Saducees (sp) were Biblical scholars. They were men. Nothing compares to the accuracy of the Holy Spirit’s capabilities. But…man keeps looking to man for their answers…and their verifications.

      In what is coming….only those who rely on the Holy Spirit will be able to discern what is false, …..even the most elect could be deceived if they rely on the words of man…..and man’s judgements.

    • LookingUp said

      Rejecting everything that has been said just because it has been said is just as dangerous as believing it all. Just because it’s historic doesn’t mean it’s right OR wrong.

    • amaezed said

      My 2 cents 2 add to the Enoch thread:

      (1.) Enoch was taken to heaven without dying because of an extremely especial & close relationship with God.

      (2.) The PTB wouldn’t have removed the book of Enoch from the canon except that it was VERY important.

      Ergo, I think it behooves us to spend more time studying what is IN that book, rather than discussing how many angels can dance on the . . . . (:o)

    • lamarzulli said

      Amaezed – Ah yes, the voice of reason in the midst of a cacophony!

    • I’ve read the Book of Enoch and it’s a whole mouthful of scenes and prophecies…I got it for free from Amazon because I have a Kindle on pc. Can I say that this Book is so incredible. It can be difficult to read and putting the scenes together in my mind so I would only suggest that when reading it, take your time, and you may find you will need to read it several times to “get” it into my mind and understanding.

      I wouldn’t be straightforward and claim that Enoch didn’t write it because alot of the language reads first hand experience.

      Eric I found the youtube video with PITN and Ken Johnson:

      Blessings,

    • Claudia said

      LookingUp; You are correct. But than I am not rejecting the words of man written in their books. I am just not putting them in front of the HOLY SPIRIT and the Words of God as given to His prophets, Jesus Christ, and those that were sealed by Christ to carry His word out from His time on earth….the Apostles of those times.

      I don’t go to a book written by a man to tell me what the Bible means. I go to the HOLY SPIRIT. That I state this, is not stating that all the words written by man are wrong. Heck no! Many agree with me! ;-) Those are obviously correct!

      Just kidding! ;-)

    • Eric W. said

      “Amaezed – Ah yes, the voice of reason in the midst of a cacophony!”
      :lol:

      Good stuff Amaezed. Blessings. :)

      Mary: Well worth everyone’s time watching for sure. I’m glad I had the late J.R., Gary Stearman, and now Ken Johnson all be able to “hold my hand” and walk me through it all! :)

    • Pudding said

      A symphony of cacoophony

      Synonyms: babble, babel, bang, bedlam, bellow, bewailing, blare, blast, boisterousness, boom, buzz, cacophony, caterwauling, clamor, clang, clatter, commotion, crash, cry, detonation, din, discord, disquiet, disquietude, drumming, eruption, explosion, fanfare, fireworks, fracas*, fuss*, hoo-ha, hubbub, hullabaloo*, jangle, lamentation, outcry, pandemonium, peal, racket, ring, roar, row, shot, shouting, sonance, squawk, stridency, talk, thud, tumult, turbulence, uproar, uproariousness, yelling, yelp

      Antonyms: silence

      Just to be fair and ballanced.

      Love,
      Bill

    • Life said

      I agree that the Holy Spirit can preserve oral records, if he wants to, but he usually commands his prophets to write down their revelations.
      In the case of Enoch, the book says that it is written by Enoch, in several places. If not written by Enoch, it is lying and not to be trusted.
      All the ancients believed it was written by Enoch. There was no questioning before Africanus and Augustinus among the Christians. The jews only began to question it after they discovered it drew jewish converts to christianity.

  12. I love the excellent clairty of the letter of 1st John. The message is repeated plenty so there’s no doubt about how it’s been affected through the ages and variations of language. It’s abundantly clear how to know we’re saved. It’s also likewise crystal clear how to identify the damned.

    1st John
    3:14 We know we’ve passed from death to life because we love each other. Whoever loves not abides in death.
    3:15 Whoever hates another is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding within.

    Legalized abortion is still murder to God.

    1st John points to the spiritual realities, such as who has the spirit of Truth or the spirit of error, and who has the spirit of God or the spirit of antichrist.

    The spirit in those that abort is carrying them into death and eternal damnation. Christ laid sacrificed His body to make a way for them to escape and receive eternal life.

    So many are deluded into thinking that divorce, having sex, and unfaithfulness are part of free choice. The spirit that drives them is not part of the spirit of Love. God is love. Love as in lovingkindness.

    Abba loves no matter what the enemy does. Sometimes tough love. But we need to do what He does as Christ has shown.

    It’s not hard. Start with recognizing the problem. It’s spiritual, which we’re born into. But we do have the choice to get out. Through Christ.

    • richard said

      The spirit in those that abort is carrying them into death and eternal damnation. ETERNAL DAMNATION?

      THAT IS THE BIGGEST BUNCH OF CRAP I HAVE EVER HEARD ANYONE SAY ON THIS BLOG! EVER!

    • LookingUp said

      Seems to me the militant “personal choice” mentality birthed with Roe v Wade has taken over our whole society. Your examples, Nome, are a good start. It’s “me, me, me, me, me. I don’t care how it affects someone else, all that matters is what I want.” Road rage, violence, women in combat positions in the military are some other random examples. It’s like Roe v Wade unleashed a whole new level of virulent selfishness.

    • LookingUp said

      I’m not sure I understand exactly what is the biggest bunch of crap in that statement. Are you saying the possibility of eternal damnation is a lie? Or, are you objecting because you think Nome thinks everybody who has an abortion is going there?

      What I understood him to say is that abortion is a manifestation of the influence of Satan. One of Satan’s main goals is to have people end up in hell.

    • Claudia said

      Nomemoleste; I would have to, in milder words, agree with Richard. The only unforgiveable sin is the sin of not accepting Jesus Christ as one’s LORD.

    • amaezed said

      “The only unforgiveable sin is the sin of not accepting Jesus Christ as one’s LORD.” I disagree.

      Mark 3:28 “Truly I tell you, people can be forgiven all their sins and every slander they utter, 29 but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; they are guilty of an eternal sin.” This eternal sin is not the same as not receiving the gift of salvation, altho there are eternal consequences for both.

      O.T. sin broke covenant & required blood sacrifice. N.T. sin damages fellowship & calls for repentance; i.e. confessing & then acknowledging the Blood of the Lamb. And when believers die in unrepentance, it might affect their reward at the bema seat of Christ, but does not cancel their salvation.

      Also, sin is sin. Lying is a form of murder. Hatred is a form of murder. These are all a huge affront to our Holy God. All the more we appreciate the Power of the Blood.

      But the unsaved are not in covenant or fellowship. Sin is a moot point for them, so to say.

      I’m trying to be very pithy here b/c I want to avoid the doctrinal debates that often result from denominationalism. Lengthy books are written about these terms. Holy Spirit is the One who leads us into ALL Truth.

      I’m just trying to express some ideas for people who are genuinely searching here. I hope that this has been helpful.

    • I see you reflect on your own experience later own Claudia, regarding hate….

      Interesting reaction Richard. This is not addressed to you in particular….

      When Christ dealt with Peter He repeated His instructions. (John 21:15-17)
      When God repeats something — no doubt He wants us to get the message
      for our own good — and in some cases for our very survival.

      1st John 2 (love of God vs. lust of the world)
      15 Love not the world, neither the things that are in the world.
      If any man love the world, the love of the Father is not in him.
      16 For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh, and the lust of the eyes,
      and the pride of life, is not of the Father, but is of the world.
      17And the world passeth away, and the lust thereof:
      but he that doeth the will of God abideth for ever.

      1st John 3 (children of God vs. children of the devil)
      10 In this the children of God are manifest, and the children of the devil:
      whosoever doeth not righteousness is not of God, neither he that loveth not his brother
      .
      11 For this is the message that ye heard from the beginning,
      that we should love one another.
      12 Not as Cain, who was of that wicked one, and slew his brother.
      And wherefore slew he him?
      Because his own works were evil, and his brother’s righteous.
      [...]
      23 And this is his commandment,
      That we should believe on the name of his Son Jesus Christ,
      and love one another, as he gave us commandment.
      24 And he that keepeth his commandments dwelleth in him, and he in him.
      And hereby we know that he abideth in us, by the Spirit which he hath given us.

      1st John 4 (spirit of God vs. spirit of antichrist)
      1 Beloved, believe not every spirit, but try the spirits whether they are of God:
      because many false prophets are gone out into the world
      .
      2 Hereby know ye the Spirit of God:
      Every spirit that confesseth that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is of God:
      3 And every spirit that confesseth not
      that Jesus Christ is come in the flesh is not of God
      :
      and this is that spirit of antichrist, whereof ye have heard that it should come;
      and even now already is it in the world.
      [...]
      20 If a man say, I love God, and hateth his brother, he is a liar:
      for he that loveth not his brother whom he hath seen,
      how can he love God whom he hath not seen?
      21 And this commandment have we from him,
      That he who loveth God love his brother also.

      1st John 5 (Those in Christ have eternal life vs. those not in Christ…)
      10 He that believeth on the Son of God hath the witness in himself:
      he that believeth not God hath made him a liar;
      because he believeth not the record that God gave of his Son.

      11 And this is the record, that God hath given to us eternal life,
      and this life is in his Son
      .

      12 He that hath the Son hath life;
      and he that hath not the Son of God hath not life
      .
      [...]
      19 And we know that we are of God, and the whole world lieth in wickedness.
      20 And we know that the Son of God is come, and hath given us an understanding,

      that we may know him that is true, and we are in him that is true,
      even in his Son Jesus Christ. This is the true God, and eternal life
      .

      21 Little children, keep yourselves from idols.

      John makes the point much more tactfully, I’d grant.

      In sum, serial murders(*) are eternally damned. (* haters, aborters, etc.)
      They’re unrepentant and headed away from Christ.

      Here’s a really interesting verse:

      1st John 5
      16 If any man see his brother sin a sin which is not unto death, he shall ask, and he shall give him life for them that sin not unto death. There is a sin unto death: I do not say that he shall pray for it.

      Matthew Henry’s commentary
      There are sins that war against spiritual life in the soul, and the life above. We cannot pray that the sins of the impenitent and unbelieving should, while they are such, be forgiven them; or that mercy, which supposes the forgiveness of sins, should be granted to them, while they wilfully continue such. But we may pray for their repentance, for their being enriched with faith in Christ, and thereupon for all other saving mercies. We should pray for others, as well as for ourselves, beseeching the Lord to pardon and recover the fallen, as well as to relieve the tempted and afflicted. And let us be truly thankful that no sin, of which any one truly repents, is unto death.

      And as for those that do not repent… it would have been better for them to never have been born.

    • Claudia said

      That verse you quoted Amaezed is all about the HOLY SPIRIT. It is one of the ones I was thinking about when I made my statement.

      What does the HOLY SPIRIT do? It points towards Jesus Christ. It convicts one that Jesus Christ is True. When you deny Jesus Christ you are denying the Holy Spirit and committing blasphemy. Just as when one church says over another church….you are not saved if you have not been Baptized in our church. They are also committing blasphemy, because they are denying the power of the Holy Spirit to convict people of belief, unless of course those people came to their church. Any people responsible for setting up a church who claims to be the only church has committed this sin. Jesus is the one who sent us the Holy Spirit. To deny the power of the Holy Spirit is blasphemy.

      If a person keeps denying the message of the Holy Spirit unto their death, they are lost, and none of their sins are forgiven.

      Mark 3:28 “Truly I tell you, people can be forgiven all their sins and every slander they utter, 29 but whoever blasphemes against the Holy Spirit will never be forgiven; they are guilty of an eternal sin.”

    • Claudia said

      As to “pithy”…..satan loves pithy and catch phrases. He would delight if we kept our words so brief that other than what we were trying to say could be read into them. Such is the generation that grows up on TV commercials and the fast lane. The brain cannot develope if we only subject it to pithy things. Now they are even trying to take hand writting out of the schools.

    • richard said

      So since I had an abortion with my ex-wife. You’re saying I am going to Hell Nomemoleste? Correct?

      I will never forget the email when you said you had some homo sexual experiences in your past.

      Is the sin of my abortion a sin that is greater than your homosexual past experiences? Are sins graded now outside of the unforgivable sin? Am I in Rome. Are we all catholic? Where am I?

      I tell you where this is going. I had a grandmother born in Arkansas went to the Church of Christ her whole life. She preached to the family that they were going to Hell unless they went to the Church of Christ. She also said I was going to hell for living with my girlfriend outside of wedlock. Do you know what a bunch of B#@#S#$^ that is?

      Her whole life revolved around the complete total misuse of scripture. Two months ago she died at the age of 90. Last May I asked her a second and final time. Grandma am I going to hell for not being in the Church of Christ and for living with my girl friend without being married. She said yes. I said I will never see you again. Goodbye!

      I dont know who you think you are, to be frank I dont care. How you try and weave the scripture above around the your stupid comment it beyond me.

      A person once told me on a blog repent or I will consider you lost and everything you have to say. It turned out I was wrong and we have an excellent relationship.

      Im asking you to repent for your comment. Or I will consider you forever lost.

    • amaezed said

      Well, Claudia, as for pithy – that’s exactly what I was trying to tell Pudding! The “pithy” I used in this thread was meant in another way.

      I did consider your take on Mark 3:28 re Holy Spirit as I was typing it in the first place. But you’re saying, ” To deny the power of the Holy Spirit is blasphemy.” I think that would mean that just about all of us would have been in that UNFORGIVABLE situation before our salvation!

      Then I (and thanks to Matt S.) thought of the context of Matthew 12:31-32.

      Matt. 12:22-32 says, “Then there was brought to Him a demon-possessed man who was blind and dumb, and He healed him, so that the dumb man spoke and saw. 23And all the multitudes were amazed, and began to say, “This man cannot be the Son of David, can he?” 24But when the Pharisees heard it, they said, “This man casts out demons only by Beelzebub the ruler of the demons.” 25And knowing their thoughts He said to them, “Any kingdom divided against itself is laid waste; and any city or house divided against itself shall not stand. 26″And if Satan casts out Satan, he is divided against himself; how then shall his kingdom stand? 27″And if I by Beelzebub cast out demons, by whom do your sons cast them out? Consequently they shall be your judges. 28″But if I cast out demons by the Spirit of God, then the kingdom of God has come upon you. 29″Or how can anyone enter the strong man’s house and carry off his property, unless he first binds the strong man? And then he will plunder his house. 30″He who is not with Me is against Me; and he who does not gather with Me scatters. 31″Therefore I say to you, any sin and blasphemy shall be forgiven men, but blasphemy against the Spirit shall not be forgiven. 32″And whoever shall speak a word against the Son of Man, it shall be forgiven him; but whoever shall speak against the Holy Spirit, it shall not be forgiven him, either in this age, or in the age to come,”

      In verse 22, Jesus healed a blind and dumb man. The Pharisees accused Jesus of casting out demons by the power of “Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons” (v. 24). Jesus responded by saying that a kingdom divided will fall (vs.25-28) and how the devil must first be bound before you can plunder his house (v. 29). In verses 31-32, He states that blasphemy against the Spirit will not be forgiven in this age or the age to come.

      In context, the blasphemy of the Holy Spirit is saying that Jesus did His miracles by the power of the devil. This is unforgivable. When Jesus began His ministry,He said that His baptism was to “fulfill all righteousness,” (Matt. 3:15). The word “fulfill” speaks of the Old Testament. Jesus was baptized to fulfill the Old Testament requirements for the priesthood. He was a priest after the order of Melchizedek . Priests offered sacrifice to God on behalf of the people. Jesus became a sacrifice for our sin in His role as priest.

      According to the Old Testament, in order for a priest to be consecrated, He had to be washed with water and anointed with oil. Both of these were happened to Jesus at His baptism.

      The oil represents the Holy Spirit who descended upon Jesus at His baptism. After His baptism, He began His ministry and started performing miracles. He did His miracles by the power of the Holy Spirit who had come upon Him at His baptism. The Pharisees – who knew that Jesus’ miracles validated His words and ministry (see John 11:45-48) – were attempting to discredit the MESSIAHSHIP of Jesus by saying that His works were by the devil and not by the Holy Spirit.

      Therefore, when the Pharisees accused Jesus of casting out demons by the power of Satan, they were blaspheming the Holy Spirit by whom Jesus performed His miracles.

      This is unforgivable because it struck at the very heart of the redemptive work of God in Christ. It struck at the very nature of Jesus’ ministry of redemption, testimony, and teaching.

      Jesus was ministering in the power of the Holy Spirit Himself, fulfilling the divine plan of God to provide a sacrifice for our sins (John 3:16; 1 John 4:10). The Pharisees were attributing this to demonic activity, the great blasphemy.

    • Claudia said

      Yes, Amaezed, two sides of the same coin.

      When we credit the evil one for something that the HolySpirit did we are also committing blasphemy. Just as those who will be crediting the false one for his supernatural acts as being of God will be committing blasphemy.

    • Claudia said

      Jesus was amongst them, and they did not recognize Him because they were tares. By the same token, the tares were the ones that accussed Jesus of operating under demonic powers. Do you really think that if you were there you would have said the same thing? This was Jesus….all those called….would have recognized that His powers were from God.

      Remember, even the most elect will be deceived in the end times when the dark one is performing his deeds, if it were not for the power of the Holy Spirit.

      True Christians who love God above all else, even their families, and who have learned about the standards of the Father, and who claim Jesus Christ as their Lord, and their only hope of Salvation, will not be deceived. True Christians are not going around ripping others out of Christ’s arms who believe in the Salvation of Jesus Christ on the cross, and who believe the gospel surrounding that Salvational Act. They are not saying, you must be a Jehoval Witness to be saved, or a Mormon, or a Catholic, or a member of the Church of Christ…..fill in the blank with any church that thinks they are the only route on this earth to the true Christ and Salvation.

      Don’t include yourself amongst the tares.

    • Claudia said

      I read your post Richard; my heart goes out to you. We all sin. We all keep picking ourselves up, because we repented. We would not be able to do that if we didn’t recognize that we stumbled. You make my point tho. When I posted above, I had not yet read your post. I see your grandmother belonged to one of the churches I called out as believing they were the only ones. How sad. She placed herself above the Holy Spirit, her understandings were from man.

    • Claudia said

      Richard; I also meant to say that your grandmother was trying to rip you out of Christ’s arms. She cannot do that. But I am sure the process hurt you. Thank goodness that the Holy Spirit is within you.

    • amaezed said

      Well, now it’s my turn to experience whiplash here today! As I said much earlier in this thread, “I’m just trying to express some ideas for people who are genuinely searching here. I hope that this has been helpful.”

      The post that I directed to Claudia seems to have been split off into dozens of directions.

      For now, esp. for those watching from the sidelines, I’ll rest my case on this: If you’re wondering if you have committed the unforgivable sin, then you haven’t. You wouldn’t be wondering.

      I’d like to end on that note b/c so often the enemy, the accuser of the brethren, will start whispering into people’s ears when they’re reading about this topic. Maranatha

    • LookingUp said

      Whoa, Richard. Your pain is just pouring out of that post. My heart is heavy for you.

      Again, I don’t think Nome was saying that everybody who had or had been involved with someone having an abortion is going to hell. I didn’t read that at all. The spirit that influences people to have abortions is Satan. He is also the spirit that influences people to reject Christ which results in eternal damnation. The spirit is the same; the actions are not.

      I am praying that the Lord will lead you into healing from your experience.

    • Claudia said

      Do not fear, Amaezed! God is toughning us up for the real fight which is coming! One where we will need love, stamina, and the foundation of Christ, not to mention the knowledge of His promises! Whip lash will make you stronger!

    • amaezed said

      Thank you, Claudia! I happily receive that!! Blessings

    • Richard… please see below:

      “http://lamarzulli.wordpress.com/2013/01/25/roe-v-wade-the-anniversary/comment-page-1/#comment-82935″

      It’s a bit spread out here.

  13. michaelwkelley said

    “And the fifth was named Kasdeja: this is he who shewed the children of men all the wicked smitings of spirits and demons, and the smitings of the embryo in the womb that it may pass away…” (Enoch 69:12).

    Jesus said, “As it was in the days of Noah, so shall it be…” (Matthew 24:37).

    http://biblestudynow.webs.com/apps/blog/show/21099444-innocent-blood-and-the-opening-of-portals-

    • John Michael said

      Michael,

      A timely quote from the book of Enoch.
      Abortion,a blood sacrifice “As it was in the days of Noah” It will not stop until the Lord sets foot on the Mt of Olives.
      Shalom brother,

      Michael

    • Steve Mc said

      Very interesting Michael.

  14. Claudia said

    1st John
    3:14 We know we’ve passed from death to life because we love each other. Whoever loves not abides in death.
    3:15 Whoever hates another is a murderer, and you know that no murderer has eternal life abiding within.

    Nomemoleste; I would have to, in milder words, agree with Richard. The only unforgiveable sin is the sin of not accepting Jesus Christ as one’s LORD.

    If one were to die hating another, other than if the other were evil, (because we don’t love God if we don’t hate evil…that is scripture!) than we were not Christian, because we are to forgive others their tresspasses against us. That is what that verse you quoted means. In our love, we forgive others. If we die hating we do not have that LOVE within us that changes us.

    I just love how man relies on his own judgements to condemn others according to their own understandings. That is why Christ is doing the Mellinnium….it will be all His understandings.

    When I was in my late 30’s, God specifically dealt and spoke to me on this issue of hatred. I was driving to work (hour drive in California) and I lost my temper with a rude driver and flipped him off. Had I had my spiritual powers, that flip off would have killed him…blown him to smitherings…that is why God wants to conform and restore us, (have us put our will under His) before we get those powers like Christ. When I got to work, first one there, I cried and turned to God within my mind and said: “I killed again. Why, why do I keep killing?” I understood the concept within my heart of hatred.

    He instantly in my mind said, “It is because they don’t love you. Isn’t My Love enough for you? I did not put you here on earth to be loved; I put you here to love My people”.

    Clear as day, instantaneously. I turned and typed out the words, and have them to this day. He, being so perfect identified two problems. My own self love, and my discounting the Love that He has always shown me. Than, darn it…He went on to tell me what He expected of me. He is so awesome in His Perfection.

  15. Matt said

    Oh man, I thought the comment secton would be off on this subject…emotions tend to run very high on this issue…that said.,I’d like to extend a (slightly belated) toast to Roe v. Wade as well.

    Oh, it’s our anniversary. I look at the calendar every year, and upon seeing this date, I hang my head in defeat. You’re still here. I usually like to celebrate milestones – birthdays, wedding anniversaries, my team winning the Pennant (or Super Bowl) – those are all great things to remember and celebrate. I honestly take a look at you after 40 years and wonder why you’re still in my life? I keep saying that I’ll leave you; even some of my family and friends have stood by me as I prepared to end this relationship. But no matter how hard I want you out of my life, you remain.
    Why would I want to say farewell to someone who has been a part of my life for 40 years? Why not just accept the fact that you’re here to stay? Well, when we started 40 years ago, I had doubts. Something didn’t seem right. But, I listened to what everyone was saying about you. Everyone told me that you’d liberate women. People said that you’d give them the freedom of choice and that you’d empower them to make decisions about their body. You really sold me when you let me know that you’d help them from letting a one night stand turn into a mistake that could haunt them forever. You were suave in telling me that you’d help them decide for themselves when they are ready to have a baby. If they are not ready, they are not ready … it is their choice and body, after all.
    That’s what you told me. As the years went on, I found myself wondering about you. Shortly after you came around, the divorce rate in the United States started to rise. But, you and your friends reassured me that you couldn’t be the one to blame for that. You reassured me, saying it has nothing to do with it, just a coincidence, a mere happenstance. After 40 years, your name has been invoked over 50 million times. You said that it isn’t a baby or a life in the womb of a mother – you wanted to soften the blow with me and tell me that it’s just a clump of cells or a fetus.
    I look at where I am now and wonder if I women are truly empowered with more choices about their bodies because of you. Because of you, women talk about feeling empty and lonely. Others felt isolated, in some cases taking their very own life, even though the medical community says that you don’t lead women to depression or substance abuse, I’ve heard other stories. Are woman really empowered by the fact that men are quick to cite you when there is an accidental pregnancy and they don’t want to face their responsibilities? Is it really just a “simple medical procedure” when it ends a heartbeat of a child growing within a woman?
    You’ve sold us with so many lies over these 40 years. And you have managed to keep your friend in the White House for another four years. All the signs point to the fact that I’m stuck with you.
    But I’m stronger than you. I’ll continue to pray and fight that one day you’ll become unnecessary. I want women to know that God placed that life within them for a reason. Perhaps once we, as a culture, develop a greater respect for life and sex, you can just fade away and become a distant memory.
    So, I won’t bid you a “happy anniversary”. I’ll just keep praying that you’ll soon disappear. I’ll keep praying for enlightenment for the rest of the people you have deceived with your lies and empty promises.

    • Matt said

      Very sad and touching film.

    • Claudia said

      Loved your post, Matt. Interesting that the month of January sees the birthday of Roe vs Wade, and that month is also the one that saw the birth of the Arab Spring…which is all about aborting Jerusalem Israel…..before it gets a chance to have Christ settle in there as King of Kings.

    • @ Matt: Errr hummm, well said! Right to the point. I don’t think you left anything out of it…might want to include a bit more from the male point of view because we all understand it’s the female who ultimately faces the destruction.

  16. What makes me upset about the whole abortion issue—other than millions of babies being killed of course—is the brainwashing of the youth in this country in regards to the sanctity of life and the personhood of every unborn child. The disturbing video LA posted in that link is only a natural consequence of a culture that no longer has the moral compass to see a fetus as a real person.

    I had to sit in a community college English composition class last year and listen to fellow students talk about abortion and how it was ok to kill the fetus because it wasn’t really a “person.” One guy even went on a rant in which he called the baby a “parasite” that was sucking the life out of the mother, and therefore the mother had every right to expel the “parasite.” I was sickened, horrified, and most of all shocked, because this young man seemed like a fairly intelligent guy till he started to talk about abortion. I was tempted to ask the young man if his own mother should have “expelled” him, since he was nothing but a “parasite” in her womb, since that’s where his confused logic leads, but I figured that probably wouldn’t have been the most Christ-like thing to say.

    So, to me, it’s not just the killing of the unborn that is tragic, but the brainwashing going on. It takes some seriously screwed up logic to call a baby a “parasite,” and as disgusted as I was by the remarks of my fellow classmates, my heart broke for them that they actually believed the lies they were spewing.

  17. Kristen said

    I am thankful everyday that my parents didn’t take the advice of the people in the church we were attending. My parents were told by many I needed to get an abortion. Being that I was 18 when I became pregnant with my now almost 9 year old. Long story short we left that church and never went back. My daughter changed our lives for the better.

    • Claudia said

      Awesome!

    • amaezed said

      Thank you, Jesus! And thank you, Kristen for sharing such a wonder-full testimony. God bless you & your family

    • Kristen said

      Yes, thank you Jesus!! He is AMAZING!! Thanks Amaezed :)

    • Bruce W said

      God Bless You Kristen for doing what was right. I pray you and your child have a very blessed life.

    • Eric W. said

      God bless you and yours, Kristen. :)

    • John Michael said

      Back in the seventies my departed wife and I went through Lamaze classes for the birth of our Son. Then we became certified to teach Lamaze and I learned lots about how babies grew in the womb. We were trained to refer to the baby as a fetus and I always thought it was funny that no one says when they get pregnant, that they’re having a fetus. Our daughter was born four years later in the same month using Lamaze techniques as well. I raised my kids alone from the time they were five and one and my son now has two girls and a son with his wife and my daughter and her husband are having their fourth baby, their second girl next Tues, My grand kids are 6,6,4,4,3 and 2 and I could not imagine life without them. Were told that children are a gift from God and it breaks my heart that so many will turn down this gift.
      A friend of mine was mugged while walking to her car after work in the parking lot and dragged into nearby bushes and beaten unconscious and when she came to she realized she’d been raped. Nine months later she gave birth to a beautiful baby girl who has blessed her life for the last 30yrs.
      I learned much about when life begins in the womb and then getting saved and reading what God says there is no doubt about what happens when an abortion takes place. Ive had the sin of abortion touch my life through relatives and know the helplessness of not being able to stop it. If anyone would like to know more about the business of abortion I would recommend reading a book titled “Lime 5″ It’s an in depth look at the damage and the abuse of women who have an abortion. It’s based on verified accounts and not for the squeamish,

      Shalom and Maranatha,

      Michael

    • Kristen said

      Thank you everyone. I can’t complain about anything. God has been good. Prayer request for my daughter. She has seizures and takes medication twice a day for them. Pray for complete healing :) If you met her you would love her. She’s a neat kid.

    • Eric W. said

      Will pray Kristen! :)

      Thank you for that testimony and tip, John Michael. :)

    • amaezed said

      I am praying, Kristen, and will keep at it. I haven’t met her, but Holy Spirit has put her on my heart!!

    • John Michael said

      Kristen,

      Get your daughter on Coconut Oil, lots of evidence that it helps with seizures.

      I have seen it help with Alzheimer’s disease as well. You can find it at health food stores and it’s not expensive.

      I will keep your daughter in prayer for a healing,

      Shalom,

      Michael

    • Kristen said

      Thank you Eric W. and Amaezed :) God is good!! John Michael thank you for sharing your story. It warms my heart to know that your friend kept her beautiful blessing. I will get the Coconut Oil as soon as I can!!!

    • Kristen said

      God bless you and keep you Bruce W :) Thanks for praying.

    • LindaFromToronto said

      Praying for your daughter, Kristen!

  18. Elaine said

    During the 2008 election before the dems even narrowed their field down to him and Hitlary, a woman and I were discussing the issues and since all I knew about Obama at that point was that he was pro-abortion….I said, “I don’t know who I will vote for but I do know it won’t be that senator who voted in favor of partial birth abortion!” and the woman said, “Oh, you can’t base your vote on just one issue.”
    I said, “Oh yes I can, when it is that one. They call it pro-choice but it is really pro baby murder.”
    By the end of our “friendly” talk she said, “It’s because he’s black isn’t it?” which made me laugh out loud….I couldn’t believe that would even pop into anyone’s head! Wow, then it became a party wide mantra!
    We never even chat anymore. Sad and she is a “good church goin’ methodist” (LOL….no cars in that garage?)

    • Bruce W said

      Oh no! You don’t dare disagree with Obama or you’re a racist. I’ve had that same discussion with others about abortion. Like Eric said earlier “You have others that flat out don’t give a rip no matter what”. I was raised in the Methodist church and my gosh they have surely gotten off track. When my minister said in a sermon that hell didn’t really exist I said that’s it. I’m outta here. Church of Laodicea maybe?

    • Eric W. said

      Sounds like Laodicea to me, Bruce.

      Sadly Elaine, that’s an all too typical situation you’ve described and including with some people who profess to be Christians. :(

  19. James said

    I wrote a blog not too long ago making a case that the 501(c)3 church is guilty of this genocide. It is truly a sad thing. This anniversary was in our local paper. It is very sad that so many people support this kind of behavior. I love Jesus and God’s people but had the churches decided to pay the taxes and refuse the 501(c)3 contract they could have kept there spot as the defenders of morality while keeping immorality at bay. One of the reasons I am resigning from the John Birch Society is they claim they are the hope for America and never before did the communist have resistance. They did have resistance before the churches signed away their first amendment rights. They did a good job. It was not until then that God was able to be removed from school, then the sexual revolution began, and then Roe V Wade and now homosexual marriages. The JBS rose to power around the same time the churches signed away their first amendment rights. The end is near and terrible things are coming to pass. The church is becoming deceived and perverted. Soon the most dangerous place for a true christian will be in church amongst the deceived. Many will bow to a demonic/alien presence because of their lack of faith. This is something to weep over.

  20. Richard,

    Surely you’re not defending abortion considering what you’ve come through?!

    I don’t excuse sexual perversion, nor all the other damnable things I’ve done.

    Surely you don’t excuse murder? (…all part of Romans 1)

    Do you excuse elective abortion now? I’d be really surprised.
    Do you disagree that elective abortion is premeditated murder?

    King David, Saul (Paul), and Moses tell us much about whether those that practice murder are damned forever. Directly or indirectly they each were guilty of murder. But murder was not their practice.

    The Word is really clear about eternal damnation for:
    – idolaters
    – liars
    – murderers
    – sorcerers (druggies)
    – unbelievers (unfaithful, cp. divorce)
    – the fearful (cowards)
    – and those that love lies (hypocrites)

    Rev. 22
    14 Blessed are they that do his commandments,
    that they may have right to the tree of life,
    and may enter in through the gates into the city.
    15 For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers,
    and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie
    .
    16 I Jesus have sent mine angel to testify unto you these things in the churches.
    I am the root and the offspring of David, and the bright and morning star.

    Rev. 21
    6 And he said unto me, It is done. I am Alpha and Omega, the beginning and the end.
    I will give unto him that is athirst of the fountain of the water of life freely.
    7 He that overcometh shall inherit all things;
    and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.
    8 But the fearful, and unbelieving, and the abominable, and murderers,
    and whoremongers, and sorcerers, and idolaters, and all liars,
    shall have their part in the lake which burneth with fire and brimstone:
    which is the second death
    .

    see also Proverbs 6:16

    It’s clear that christians who practice (or sanction) elective abortion are apostate.
    And it’s not loving to be silent about that.

    And this is why I find 1st John such a treasure.

    There’s clear and definite contrast between those:
    1 having Christ vs. those with antichrist
    2 with the Word of life vs those that follow false prophets
    3 having eternal life vs those that “sin unto death” (*)
    4 those with Spirit of truth vs. those with the spirit of error
    5 those that believe Christ is the Son of God vs. those that believe not
    6 those that love others vs. those that have no compassion
    7 those that have the witness of God vs. those that love only in word and tongue

    (* very like never repenting)

    The Word of God is a treasure beyond measure. Don’t let apostates rob you.

    • Claudia said

      In thought or deed we have all committed every sin listed in the 10 Commandments….at least I have. I am not condemmed because I recognized that fact, and repented. But guess what? Even repenting would not do it, if I was not covered by Jesus Christ’s death for me. He made repentence possible, new life possible.

      I wonder if we are saying the same thing. Most all of scripture condemns us, that is the point….that is why we need Jesus Christ.

      “He that overcometh shall inherit all things; and I will be his God, and he shall be my son.”

      All those things you list, scripture lists, can be overcome, through Jesus Christ….not through our own powers. If we die in those things, unrepenting, and without Christ, we are condemned.

      Richard was not excusing any of them, I didn’t read any of his words that would say he was accepting of any of those things.

    • Claudia,

      The sign that says “bridge out” wasn’t put there to condemn. Nor the stop sign, nor speed limit, etc.

      “don’t eat from the tree of the knowledge of good and evil…”
      “in the day that you eat from it…”

      “don’t touch that hot pot…”
      “don’t run out into traffic without looking…” (not just both ways but back and forth)

      “do stay on the road…” (that shoulder, ditch, field, woods, etc. get pretty hairy)

      Another thing I love about 1st John…
      2:3 And hereby we do know that we know him, if we keep his commandments.
      4 He that saith, I know him, and keepeth not his commandments, is a liar,
      and the truth is not in him.
      5 But whoso keepeth his word, in him verily is the love of God perfected:
      hereby know we that we are in him.
      6 He that saith he abideth in him ought himself also so to walk, even as he walked.

      Those that don’t follow Jesus end up in a deep ditch with a witch.

      more on keeping the commandments of God: 2:3, 2:4, 2:7, 2:8, 4:21, 5:2, 5:3

      Richard is more than old enough to answer for himself.

  21. ascetic43 said

    So….the same big government who we want out of our lives and away from our guns….should be able to tell women what to do with their bodies? A little hypocritical, maybe? Just a bit? I’m not “pro-abortion”, but it’s between the woman, and God. Not the government. Anyone who wants big government out of our lives, but wants MORE laws from them on abortion is a hypocrite, and practicing moral and intellectual dishonesty by calling for federal or state “laws” against abortion. Who can counter argue that with a straight face? I’m listening….

    • Claudia said

      Ascetic43, your are correct, it is between the woman and God, ultimately in the end.

      However, our nation is supposed to be a Christian nation, and when we pass laws that are contrary to God’s laws we are givening a “national” blessing to those who want to have abortions. That leads many, many, astray, thinking that it is legal, so it must be ok.

      A Christian, a follower of Christ, should never vote for a platform that supports abortion, or any of those things that God is against. We should always stand for God’s Will.

    • Randall A Man of God said

      Ascetic let me ask you this, is it ok for a woman to kill a five year old child? a ten year old? At conception a child has unique dna thus it is a child! How is it ok to kill an unborn child but not ok to kill a born one?. It is not a question of womens rights it is a question of human rights,the right to live! We as fellow humans have no more right to kill an unborn child than one that is born or for that matter a human of any age that is why we have laws against murder.Please note this is not really directed against you as I did note your comment that you are not pro-abortion. I just wanted to point out that is a right to live issue, the right of the unborn child to live..I am not pro big government but some government is indeed needed because some of us,maybe most of us at one time or another can not seem to govern ourselves, at least until The lord returns and takes his rightful place as King.My opinion on guns is that they are our last defence against a tyrannical government!

      So it boils down to this the government should be able to tell women they can not kill the unborn just like they tell women they can not kill the born.Murder is murder!!

  22. ascetic43 said

    That’s an honest, open answer, I respect it, even if I don’t agree. Cheers Claudia, honestly put. I myself thinkit’s a tragedy too, and I know “Planned Parenthood” are evil eugenicists, BUT, we still live in a free country and people have the right to “sin”. I know it’s like watching an alchoholic you want to help, but that’s the individual’s free will, and their decision under their God.

    Again, I appreciate your honesty. Cheers

    • LookingUp said

      One of government’s responsiblities is to protect people from one another. We have countless laws to prevent theft or murder, or putting anyone else’s life at risk in any way. Babies are people, and deserve protection.

  23. Eric W. said

    “https://sphotos-b.xx.fbcdn.net/hphotos-ash3/550036_10151272987718382_626142481_n.jpg”

    Powerful image that goes to the heart of today’s blog entry. Blessings to all.

  24. Russ Dizdar interview by Jeff Rense this week 3 parts… All excellent!

    “http://youtu.be/KwFqUFReVOY” (1)
    “http://youtu.be/WQqVTGbYbjg” (2)
    “http://youtu.be/XsmZGM1nMUY” (3)

    Russ deals with multiple personalities manifesting simultaneously and separately (ex. pt. 3, 7 min).

    notes for later:
    a: Investigate Jeff Rense interview David Duke(kkk?!) (noted during youtube search)
    b: Get list of RD multi-week 3 hour per nite training beginning 2-27.
    c: Check on calibre press(?) … possibly trainings
    d. Check Cytonia Brown for: generational contamination, media spin, no longer a murderer(?)
    “http://www.wnpt.org/mediaupdate/2011/02/22/a-teen-facing-life-thoughts-on-cyntoia-brown-and-her-story/”
    e. are violent occult online games used to split personalities and charge subs demonically, as part of ritual targetting, role playing … mass producing militarized trancing on those with no protection / covering

  25. The New York Police Department this week unveiled new radiation scanners capable of identifying concealed weapons from a distance. As the New York Daily News reports, the scanners are small enough to be installed in police vans…

    Developed in conjunction with the London Metropolitan Police, the devices are designed to pick up on the terahertz radiation naturally emitted by both humans and inanimate objects. Anything blocking that radiation — including a gun — will be prominently highlighted…

    “http://www.theverge.com/2013/1/24/3910450/nypd-to-deploy-radiation-scanners-for-illegal-guns”
    “http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/nypd-readies-scan-and-frisk-article-1.1245663″

    • Rose from Kentucky said

      Anyone in those vans is cooking himself with radiation – they won’t be around long.

  26. MnR Hangout Jan 23 2013 Special Guest LA Marzulli

    I’m only 4 minutes in and way past my bedtime, so will have to listen in AM.

    Hopefully we can get a summary from our Aussie / Kiwi or overnight watch….

  27. Things are disintegrating quickly. Here. And I presume there. But Peter said “Who else would we turn to for the words of life?” Maranatha

  28. John said

    As per the radio interview…

    On the trail of the nephilim….Speculation…”There is no way to vet any of this..” LA says …”there is no way to vet any of this…” Unfortunately when “talking” to others it is only an observation…I can talk to anyone who can claim anything…….there is NO proof that “black-eyed kids” are Nephilim…there is NO proof that “alien implants” are real…There is zero proof that implants are changing the hosts DNA… Where is the actual proof that DNA is being changed? How do you define change in a DNA sense? There simply is no absolute proof that what LA says is true-it is simply speculation. God BLESS LA , but beware, what he believes in has not be proven as fact. He sells a lot of dvds and books- I don’t blame him, I would to, It is all speculation and is a fascinating read. Would the Apostle Paul at a critical time in history sell his theories and teachings to others? Paul would not guess, he would know. I Love LA, But you guys have to remind yourselves….it is opinions and speculations on this matter.

    • lamarzulli said

      Hold on a minute John – Black Eyed kids is speculation, but that is based on our research.
      You’re wrong about the implants as we have a chain of evidence that supports abduction, implant, and then removal. Then we have it under the SEM. We speculate that the implant is changing the DNA, for that is what we believe. I suppose in your world it would be better not to investigate any of this, keep my mouth shut and get a nice nine to five somewhere. As a Watchman I tell you what I see. I won’t stop doing that, and I’m sorry you don’t appreciate what my partner Richard and I do with the Watchers series and what I write in my book. You have no idea of the constant ministry that goes on behind the scenes here.

    • There are different standards of proof for various situations, John.

      The “testimony of multiple witnesses” is one most use on a daily basis.

      Court standards include:
      – preponderance of the evidence
      – beyond a shadow of a doubt

      Common sense is about repeatability.

      What seems apparent today may have resulted from processes very different than what actually occurred. No one is going back in time or space to actually witness anything.

      Models and theories in science change frequently. …often with the winds of politics or the influence of funding …compare “peer review” to “multiple witness.”

      Oliver Stone’s interpretation of history is certainly biased, but consistently biased. As are Jesse Ventura and Alex Jones.

      So how do you vet information or deal with your own biases, John?

      The most profound proof I have of God is hard for me to share. Ongoing daily interaction through prayer is intense. Being cared for in many small ways that I haven’t asked or sought is awesome! (words are inadequate) There’s even more, such as the experiences of revelation, healings, miracles, deliverances, curses turned to blessings, and changed hearts.

      1 Corinthians 13
      4 Charity suffereth long, and is kind; charity envieth not; charity vaunteth not itself, is not puffed up, 5 Doth not behave itself unseemly, seeketh not her own, is not easily provoked, thinketh no evil; 6 Rejoiceth not in iniquity, but rejoiceth in the truth; 7 Beareth all things, believeth all things, hopeth all things, endureth all things.

      8 Charity never faileth: but whether there be prophecies, they shall fail; whether there be tongues, they shall cease; whether there be knowledge, it shall vanish away. 9 For we know in part, and we prophesy in part. 10 But when that which is perfect is come, then that which is in part shall be done away.

    • moonpieeyes said

      John, there are millions who believe the Bible is fooey make believe. It cannot be proven as fact. At best to some, it is a ‘loose history’ book. Most would say you are a ‘loon’ and ‘mentally unstable’ to base your life on a book. That does not make it true, it is just another opinion.

  29. Vine Tests

    “http://news.cnet.com/8301-1023_3-57565979-93/how-i-quit-worrying-and-learned-to-love-vine/”

    (for pudding)

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