Endless War… Suicides, Shootings and Drug Cocktails.

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L. A. Marzulli

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My father fought in WWII.  He was a Captain in the infantry.  He landed on the shores of France and fought his way through that country to the Battle of the Bulge, in Germany.  He received two Purple Hearts and the Bronze Star.  He never recovered from the war and if asked about it he would last less than five minutes before breaking into tears and running out of the room.  The war may have contributed to his Alzheimer’s.  He was 22 years old went he enlisted.  He was just a kid from Newark, New Jersey when he went to war, but when he returned he was, in fact, scarred forever.  There were no diagnosis of Post Tramatic Stress Disorder, no army shrinks to talk to, when he came back, nothing.  He stepped off the boat and was greeted by his father and for the rest of his life he carried the horrors of war in his mind and heart.  My mother said he used to have nightmares when he first came back, which lessened over time.

I recently talked to a man, who like my dad, enlisted but fought in Afghanistan three years ago.  He’s quiet and reserved, but he too has nightmares and when asked about his experience he shakes his head and tells me, it was a waste of time over there.

Another man I spoke with at a Christmas dinner two years ago, told a story of how artillery fire rained down on a village in Afghanistan and he saw a girl, perhaps 12 or 13 years old, run out of the village with no arms, because they had been blown off.  He broke down and cried at the table.

In our airports the military is glorified, as we hear recordings pointing the soldiers to the USO room and thanking and saluting them for their service.  Military personal go to the head of the line when boarding airplanes.  All of this reminds me of a Orwellian nightmare and yet the American people seem to be OK with it.

We have spent 13 years and counting fighting a war in Afghanistan and for what?  To protect the one TRILLION dollar a year opium harvest?  To liberate the people there?  I thought Bush told us mission accomplished, when he landed a jet on the aircraft carrier.  During the Viet Nam war the casualties were reported on the nightly news, which, after some time began to affect the citizenry who then protested the war.  However, we don’t hear anything about the ongoing slaughter over there, it’s a media black out.

There is a scripture found in Isaiah 2:4:  They will beat their swords into plowshares and their spears into pruning hooks. Nation will not take up sword against nation, nor will they train for war anymore.

This will happen in the 1000 years of the reign of the Messiah, Jesus, when He returns.  It is a promise of a world which has no war, and tells us that men and women will not train for it.

According to the article I posted above, 22 young men and women veterans commit suicide every day.  This is an epidemic and in my opinion lets us know that the horrors of war are real and life changing.  Killing people is not a good thing.  Blowing up villages in Afghanistan is not a good thing.  800 + military bases world-wide is overkill.

In closing todays post:  I do believe in a strong military defense, as there are those who would attack us if they could.  Think the Japanese in WWII.  Think about Hitler marching into Poland and later France.  There are some wars which are just.  However, Viet Nam, and now Afghanistan seem to be wars that are fought for profit and to benefit the military industrial complex, which President Eisenhower warned us about as he left office.

There are no easy answers, but too many Christians are gun-ho when it comes to war.  Think about this:  There is a time for war and a time for peace.  Can we have a time of peace now?

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147 thoughts on “Endless War… Suicides, Shootings and Drug Cocktails.

  1. Amen to all of the above. Be assured that Russ is actively looking into all of this right now.

    Like fascism?:




    You can’t have the “wrong view.”


    I’m still keeping tabs on the artifact story with the 91 year old. High strangeness. More than meets the eye.

    Wishing you all a blessed day in the Lord. 🙂

    • Yep, and that one article said that the 91 yr old was part of the Manhattan project! Hmmmmm

      Other stuff: Hey L.A.! Last nights show was GREAT! You sound so invigorated by the conference. Please post the archive soon. I know a few folks thought you were taking a break since it was not posted here on the blog. I took a chance and went to Fringe and was thrilled to get an L.A. fix 🙂

  2. 22 men a day commit suicide. That’s crazy when you think about the total numbers. 1st Corinthians talks about the father never giving us more than we can handle.

    1 Corinthians 10:13

    13 There hath no temptation taken hold of you but such as is common to man. But God is faithful; He will not suffer you to be tempted beyond that which ye are able to bear, but with the temptation will also make a way to escape, that ye may be able to bear it.

    Suicide is an alarming trend. I recently got into an argument with fellow bloggers on another site who said pastors would be harshly judged for attempting or committing suicide which I think is HOGWASH. The debate opens up pandora’s box. Do people who commit suicide go to special place? Are they in heaven? Are they judged harshly by God? I think not. I think the father opens the heavens to these defeated souls.

    In 2007 I was overwhelmed with problems. I lost my business. I had employees stealing money from me. My ex wife left me for a pilot. My sisters betrayed me and my best a friend did the unthinkable. I was overwhelmed and attempted to take my life 3 times by overdosing on pills. I survived waking from comas each time but I told God boldly you’ve given me more than I can handle I want to come home. I guess he thought differently. I still have no idea what his plans were by keeping me alive.

    But it begs the question. Why are some given too much to handle? And are they in heaven?

    Why Are So Many Pastors Committing Suicide?

    In another church tragedy, megachurch founder Isaac Hunter took his own life. A father of three, Hunter had resigned from his church last year after admitting an affair with a staff member. Though his death has gained national attention because of his father’s position as spiritual adviser to President Obama, this is only one of several pastoral suicides in recent months. As such, Jennifer LeClaire of Charisma News is worried pastoral suicide is growing trend, one that needs to be addressed. She writes:

    “Why the sudden rash of pastors committing suicide? Suicide is not a new problem among clergy, but three known suicides in less than two months begs a deeper look at the issue.

    There is no lack of statistics about pastors and depression, burnout, health, low pay, spirituality, relationships and longevity—and none of them are good. According to the Schaeffer Institute, 70 percent of pastors constantly fight depression, and 71 percent are burned out. Meanwhile, 72 percent of pastors say they only study the Bible when they are preparing for sermons; 80 percent believe pastoral ministry has negatively affected their families; and 70 percent say they don’t have a close friend.”

    Paul Tripp has written about the problem of pastoral depression as well. He notes that unrealistic expectations, tension at home, fearing man more than God, and pursuing personal glory more than God are four reasons pastors typically burn out and become depressed. “Churches forget that they’ve called a person who’s a man in the midst of his own sanctification,” he writes. “This tends to drive the pastor into hiding, afraid to confess what’s true of him and everyone to whom he ministers. There’s a direct connection between unrealistic expectations and deepening cycles of disappointment.”

    Dr. James Emery White echoes these thoughts in his own post on depression. “To this day, the disappointments can still blindside me. Nothing prepares you for how ministry can drain you emotionally, leaving you in pain or, even worse, feeling numb or in despair or with seething anger,” White writes. “This is why so many good men and women in ministry have careened into moral ditches, or simply soldier on with plastic smiles and burned out souls.”

    So what should pastors do to overcome feelings of depression or suicidal thoughts? Jennifer LeClaire says to start with Scripture. “If we want to win the battle against suicide in the pulpit and the pew, we need to, among many other things, take ahold of Scriptures that instruct us about the battle in our mind…If we do what the Word says—if we meditate on what the Word tells us to meditate on—the enemy’s seeds won’t take root in our souls.”

    Though the nature of their job may provoke discouragement, Paul Tripp reminds pastors that depression is nothing the Lord can’t handle. “Pastor, [God is] in you and with you and for you. No one cares more about the use of your gifts than the Giver… In your despondency, don’t run from him, run to him. Jesus really does offer you the hope and healing that you can find no where else.”

    What do you think? How can pastors avoid ministry burnout? Are those in pastoral ministry more susceptible to depression and suicidal thoughts than other vocations?

    • The perception that parishioners have is that the pastor knows everything. I appreciated my now deceased pastor’s honesty when he made a very real statement, “I’m not God Jr.!”

      The Word in the Holy Bible belongs where it should be, with Jesus Christ. It is His power and we walk in Him by and through Him. This is a daily walk and many times a moment by moment walk. Spiritual warfare is real and who more to hit the head of the congregation to kill, steal, and destroy the pastor and his family.

      Bringing the issues of suicide publicly at least addresses those concerns.


    • Richard… I would wholeheartedly agree with you. People who commit suicide are indeed in Heaven if they were saved. Many wouldn’t think that this is the case. But scripture is on the side of those who believe they are in Heaven for Jesus said the following… All manner of sin shall be forgiven men except the blasphemy against the Holy Ghost shall not be forgiven men” (Book of Matthew). Although it is a grave sin, it is not the unforgivable sin. The only unforgivable sin is the “blasphemy against the Holy Ghost.” The blasphemy against the Holy Ghost is not cussing, as some would suppose. It’s much more serious than that. It is when someone rejects Christ as their savior. Rejecting Christ as your savior would be blasphemy against the Holy Ghost because it is the Holy Ghost (or Holy Spirit… whichever you prefer) is what brings people to the saving knowledge of Christ to begin with. It’s his job. If one rejects Christ as savior, they have rejected (and thus blasphemed) the Holy Ghost. Therefor, salvation from eternal damnation is not available to them for rejecting the only way into Heaven. This is what is meant when scripture declared damnation on those who blaspheme the Holy Ghost. I know you probably know that, but their are others it would seem who don’t.

    • Suicide is a very selfish and unrepentant act. Forgiveness necessitates repentance. I know that only God can make this decision, but a person who willingly and knowingly commits suicide is at great risk of eternal damnation.

    • Rose when you are severely depressed the LAST THING you are thinking to yourself is am I being selfish or unrepentant. I disagree with your risk of eternal damnation.

    • Richard, when a person is severely depressed, he/she is not in his/her right mind. That is why God must make the decision, and He did. He saved you. He didn’t allow you to die.

    • I would just say let scripture speak for itself. When we weigh our opinions or what we feel against scripture and the two contradict, you have to go with scripture, not what you think or what your human reasoning or emotions tell you. There are numerous scriptures that indicate beyond a shadow of a doubt that suicides go to heaven. Anyone who commits suicide and goes to Hell goes there because they were not saved at the moment of death. There are many scriptures that indicate (as I’ve said) that teach the eternal security of the believer. Probably one of the most powerful is the one I just cited. How can one argue with Jesus’ own words? He said it himself. I just quoted it. My opinion or anyone’s else’s opinion doesn’t matter in the face of scripture.

      No disrespect intended to you Rose or anyone else who may “feel” otherwise. It’s just a scriptural fact. “All manner of sin” means “All manner of sin” shall be forgiven. Jesus said what he means and he meant what he said. Our emotions of the issue or what we think because of our emotions of the issue do not matter in the face of what the Son of God said. Many Christians have been tormented by ministers who carelessly say things in their sermons that leave the believer walking away feeling as though they have to “measure up” to “make it to Heaven.” You walk through life unsure about whether or not you are going to make it in the end. It’s a very unsettling torment to endure. As a result, many Christians are unsure where they stand with God and thus make very poor servants for the Lord. They walk around mentally tormented all the time because of these careless words spoken out of the mouths of ministers misquoting scripture out of context. I was one of those people until I spent time in the word for myself and listened to the other side of the argument and then suddenly realized…. I don’t have to worry anymore about “not making it.” Don’t get me wrong, I am not saying that people won’t suffer the consequences of sin. We do. We reap what we sow. Our rewards at the Judgment Seat of Christ may be effected based on how we lived down here on earth as well. We have to remember the scripture that says the following… “For whom he loves, he chastens.” The unbeliever will experience punishment at the end of their lives. But Christians experience “chastening.” There is a difference. But strictly speaking of your soul either going to Heaven or Hell doesn’t have to be fretted over anymore. It is clear, you are Heaven bound no matter what.

    • I totally agree Corey. If you are saved then YOU ARE SAVED. One cannot earn their way into heaven. A person who commits suicide of course is not in their right mind. God can sort this out. Maybe you lose some reward but you are still forgiven and immediately in heaven with the Lord. When we accept Christ we are forgiven for sin past, present and future. If this were taught more it might keep some people out of mental institutions or from taking their own life. I fight depression and have even thought a lot about suicide lately since the last member of my family just died and I am all alone. I want to go be with them. But I can’t. Not yet. God still wants me here. Also, eternity is much more important than this short time on earth we are given. I want to be one of the “Well done my good and faithful servant…” believers. Besides Jesus “sticks closer than a brother” so we are never really all alone. Praise Jesus!

    • If you are saved, then you have the very power of God to help you to get through whatever the problem is. To self-murder is to say that either you don’t trust God or that you don’t believe He is who He says He is.

      What is the difference between Peter and Judas? They both betrayed Christ, however, one trusted Him when the other did not and ended up dead in a field because he hanged himself. Jesus would have forgiven Judas if he’d asked, but he didn’t.

      Suicide is a cowardly act that steals the hope from those around the perpetrator. The one who commits suicide sows seeds of despair because he/she refused to trust God and live in difficult circumstances. The one who commits suicide leaves their loved ones in a horrible situation and cannot stand in their appointed place to help others. God takes no pleasure in cowards, and suicide is a cowardly act. It is also an act that cannot be repented of if it is successful, therefore the perpetrator appears before God as an unrepentant coward and a rebel.

      Anyone who willingly and knowingly commits suicide is going straight to hell.

    • What shall we say then? Are we to continue in sin that grace may abound? By no means! How can we who died to sin still live in it?

      Now if we have died with Christ, we believe that we will also live with him.

      So you also must consider yourselves dead to sin and alive to God in Christ Jesus. Let not sin therefore reign in your mortal body, to make you obey its passions.

      Do not present your members to sin as instruments for unrighteousness, but present yourselves to God as those who have been brought from death to life, and your members to God as instruments for righteousness. For sin will have no dominion over you, since you are not under law but under grace.

      What then? Are we to sin because we are not under law but under grace? By no means!

      Romans 6:1,2,8,11,12,13,14,15

    • this argument always splits fellowship at church. Only god knows a mans heart. It’s none of our business..Pray fervent intercessory prayer and get out of gods way..Luke 1:37 for nothing is impossible with god…

    • Bruce, I’m glad you love me and I mean no ill will, but you guys are the ones who are wrong.

      Did Jesus die to give us a free pass to sin? Shall we sin so that grace can abound?

      Remember the parable of the 10 virgins. What they DID showed the state of their hearts. If a person in his right mind commits suicide, he is showing that he does not trust God and he is rebelling against His law by murdering himself.


      If you think you’re hopeless now, taking those pills or pulling that trigger will seal the deal for ETERNITY.

    • Rose- Yes but in the Matthew, chapter 5 , u know when he was giving the sermon on the Mountain…It was sorta a big deal and JESUS SAID…

      “Blessed are the poor in spirit,
      for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
      4 Blessed are those who mourn,
      for they will be comforted.
      5 Blessed are the meek,
      for they will inherit the earth.
      6 Blessed are those who hunger and thirst for righteousness,
      for they will be filled.
      7 Blessed are the merciful,
      for they will be shown mercy.
      8 Blessed are the pure in heart,
      for they will see God.
      9 Blessed are the peacemakers,
      for they will be called children of God.
      10 Blessed are those who are persecuted because of righteousness,
      for theirs is the kingdom of heaven.
      11 “Blessed are you when people insult you, persecute you and falsely say all kinds of evil against you because of me. 12 Rejoice and be glad, because great is your reward in heaven, for in the same way they persecuted the prophets who were before you.

      IT’s not our job to judge the hearts of men…

    • “Anyone who willingly and knowingly commits suicide is going straight to hell.” Rose I love you too but you are wrong! It actually makes me angry that you say that. Who are you to say that these people go to hell. Where in scripture does it say if you take your own life that you go to hell? Why would God send someone to hell that is overwhelmed by grief but still loves him? He wouldn’t. He would embrace them and say Im sorry my child you know I love you. You re home!

      I agree Godshelp74 only God knows a mans heart.

    • God bless you Richard and Bruce! I know where you guys are coming from, having been there myself! I think a lot of people misunderstand depression. It is a medical condition. Would anyone disagree that a person with diabetes can die from the complications of diabetes? Then why can’t we understand that about depression? Depression is serious! If left unchecked, it can and often does lead to suicide. No two people are the same. Not everyone can just “snap out of it.” Unless you have truly been in the depths of despairingly deep and unrelenting depression, you cannot fully understand or even empathize with someone who suffers from this debilitating disease! It is not simply a matter of getting up and saying “I am going to be happy today!” There are many contributing factors to depression. Sometimes tragic life events can bring it on, Sometimes, it is biological, such as a change in the brain chemistry, and has nothing to do with external circumstances. The war on depression has many fronts. Obviously, the emotional aspects need to be addressed as well as the physical ones. I know that a strong faith in the Lord Jesus Christ strengthens the chances of overcoming depression, but other factors come into play also. I still struggle with my depression. I take it one day at a time. PLEASE—if anyone out there is dealing with depression, PLEASE don’t go it alone. Hard as it may seem, you really have to reach out to others. Find a good friend to confide in. Seek medical help. Consider seeing a therapist or counselor. Above all, seek the Lord Jesus Christ and get into His word! I find that doing volunteer work helps me—it gets me out of the house and lets me focus on others who are having a hard time also. Having faith in the Lord and a thankful heart and being grateful for you blessings can go a long way in helping alleviate the pain of depression. Whatever you do, don’t go it alone! God bless you guys! Stay in prayer! I love y’all!

    • Do you know where I first heard these words? In the ‘70s I attended a Youth for Christ meeting at the Denver Museum of Natural History (I think it’s now called the Denver Science Museum). There were hundreds of young people there to hear the two speakers: David Wilkerson and Nicky Cruz (the man who wrote the Cross and the Switchblade).

      David Wilkerson got up in front of this audience that was made up of mostly Christian teens and said that life was very hard. Inevitably people will find themselves in situations that seem utterly hopeless. But, God is ALWAYS bigger than the problem. If you seek Him and trust Him, He will find a way of escape for you. Then David said this:


      Don’t commit suicide. There is NOTHING on this earth that is worth the risk. Trust God. Lean on Him. He will never leave you nor forsake you.

    • 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.

      Rev. 21:8

    • For ye are bought with a price: therefore glorify God in your body, and in your spirit, which are God’s.

      1 Cor. 6:20

      So, let’s put this all together.

      If you are a Christian, you are bought with a price; you don’t belong to yourself but to Christ.
      To kill yourself willingly is murder. It is a sin for which one willingly gives up the opportunity for repentance.
      And, God doesn’t allow murderers into heaven.



    • well Jeez…. if a MAN this “DAVID” said it…it must be true…what did Jesus know about broken in spirit??? hmmmm…curious very curious….

    • “For the wages of sin is death; but the gift of God is eternal life through Jesus Christ our Lord.” – Romans 6:23

      When I am overwhelmed by my sin, my circumstances and the world at large, I always go to Romans chapter 8:

      “For I reckon that the sufferings of this present time are not worthy to be compared with the glory which shall be revealed in us.” Romans 8:18


      “Who shall separate us from the love of Christ? shall tribulation, or distress, or persecution, or famine, or nakedness, or peril, or sword?

      As it is written, For thy sake we are killed all the day long; we are accounted as sheep for the slaughter.

      Nay, in all these things we are more than conquerors through him that loved us.

      For I am persuaded, that neither death, nor life, nor angels, nor principalities, nor powers, nor things present, nor things to come,

      Nor height, nor depth, nor any other creature, shall be able to separate us from the love of God, which is in Christ Jesus our Lord. – Romans 8:35-39

    • Rose- I understand your passion…you love god, you want to keep his truth….we are all walking through this ugly place fighting for truth..but we have to keep a child like heart…..please listen to this song sister……

    • Can we just agree to disagree.

      “And we know that all things work together for good to them that love God, to them who are the called according to his purpose.

      For whom he did foreknow, he also did predestinate to be conformed to the image of his Son, that he might be the firstborn among many brethren.

      Moreover whom he did predestinate, them he also called: and whom he called, them he also justified: and whom he justified, them he also glorified.

      What shall we then say to these things? If God be for us, who can be against us?

      He that spared not his own Son, but delivered him up for us all, how shall he not with him also freely give us all things?

      Who shall lay any thing to the charge of God’s elect? It is God that justifieth.

      Who is he that condemneth? It is Christ that died, yea rather, that is risen again, who is even at the right hand of God, who also maketh intercession for us. – Romans 8:28-34

    • My 84 year old grandfather went out back and blew his brains out all over the yard. He was told he had a heart aneurism was legally blind and hard of hearing and my only guess is he didn’t want to be a burden.

      I don’t want to think my grandfather is in hell. He was a Christian. I leave his fate to Jesus; he paid it all. I wouldn’t be so definitive on the subject either. I don’t want to say one way or another because I don’t want people who are suffering from depression to think it’s ok to go ahead and do it.

    • First of all David Wilkerson and Niki Cruz although great men are are not God. So regardless of what great men of God say they are their comments are irrelevant as to how God may or may not judge. PS Niki Cruz has killed other gang members and I believe he is going to heaven.

      Second Thou Shall not murder – does mean you are going to Hell. Paul killed people on the road to Damascus. Paul is not in hell. No where in scripture does it say if you kill that you aren’t going to heaven.

      Therefore what? Rose your words are blasphemy. Rev 21:8 is not referring to the saved but the unsaved! Rose you have no idea how God judges so quit saying ANYONE WHO WILLINGLY AND KNOWINGLY COMMITS SUICIDE WILL GO STRAIGHT TO HELL.

      It is strait out BLASPHEMY. I really hope you pray for discernment because you are just wrong. I hope you comment on this LA!

    • Mrs. M, I am terribly sorry for what happened with your grandfather. I am not addressing myself to those who have passed, only to those who are alive and breathing and reading this blog.

      It is a very dangerous thing to extend grace further than God has. We cannot call evil good, no matter how much it hurts us.

      I’ll say it one more time and let it drop:


      Please don’t. Please, please, don’t kill yourself. God is greater than any problem – no matter how big it seems or how much it hurts.

      We don’t belong to ourselves. We don’t have the right to kill these bodies.

    • Richard, Nicky Cruz has sought repentance and spent time in prison. He has satisfied the justice of both God and man.

      A person who commits suicide cannot do either. It is a cowardly act that is full of selfishness (and pride).

      I’m sorry if I’ve made you mad, but if it makes someone who is considering suicide stop and think, then it’s worth it.

    • Plain and simple Rose you just DONT know what you are talking about. You comments are scripturally wrong! No where in the bible does it say that you will go to hell if you kill yourself. Youre just wrong!

      Its your personal opinion and nothing more. I’m sorry but if you were in my church spreading this nonsense, I would call you out and demand in front of the church that you quit saying it or find a new church.

      There is nothing even remotely accurate about your comments! Its just blasphemy! I would be offended to if I was Mrs M. Its just absolute Non-Sense. This is the kind of non-sense that the Westboro Church spreads.

      This is the kind of nonsense my grandmother who was a part of the Church of Christ used to say. She would say that anyone who was not a part of the Church of Christ was going to Hell! What non-sense. I’m not sorry I will not back down on this issue because your comments are false doctrine and I will not let you lead others on this site astray.

      So according to you 22 soldiers a day go to hell because they commit suicide. THAT’S JUST PURE RIDICULOUS NONSENSE!

      You are not GOD Rose! so quit saying that you know how he will judge those who commit suicide because YOU DON’T KNOW!


    • When JAY said “we just disagree”, it made me think of Dave Mason, which made me think of this song.

    • The point is that you are scripturally wrong and you should be consciously ashamed of what you are saying because it is biblically wrong!

    • Many people like to cite Revelation 21:8 as a “proof” text to say that one can go to Hell regardless of whether or not one is saved. The example being used here would be suicide. This is scripturally inaccurate. Many will quote verse 8 until they are blue in the face but fail to read the previous verse which says… “He that overcomes shall inherit all things; and I will be his God , and he shall be my son.” Verse 7 is making a clear distinction between two categories of people here. The overcomer verses the unsaved who have the said sins still on their record i.e. fearful, unbelieving, the abominable, the murderers, the whoremongers, the sorcerers, the idolaters, and all liars.

      What people need to realize is what the biblical definition of an overcomer is. The answer is found in 1 John 5: 4-5 which says… “For whosoever is born of God (born again or saved or has received Christ as their savior as an act of their own will) overcomes the world: and this is the victory that overcomes the world, even our faith (there it is, your faith in Christ declares you to be in the category of an overcomer, not by not failing to overcome a sin whether in your own strength or the Holy Spirit’s strength. Verse 5: “Who is he that overcomes the world, but he that believes that Jesus is the Son of God?” As you can see, Revelation 21:8 does the exact opposite of condemn for the believer or the overcomer. It declares in verse 7 before it that if you are a saved person (a believer), the following descriptions in verse 8 do not apply to you because you are already an overcomer.

      Yet more powerful evidence that one cannot go to Hell even if they commit a grave sin like suicide or some other sin knowlingly. Our sins are forgiven past, present and future. To say that someone can go to Hell by committing suicide if they are saved is like saying that the blood of Jesus is not powerful enough to cover a certain sin. How blasphemous is that? I assure all who may be reading this… The blood of Jesus is more powerful than the sin of suicide. As I’ve already said, if you commit suicide if you are unsaved, then you will indeed go to Hell. But you went there because you were not saved at death to begin with. Not because you committed suicide. Revelation 21:8 does not offer a proof text of one possibly going to Hell if saved. The reason being is that you have to read what verse 7 before it says. It declares a believer as having overcome all things in his judicial standing with God. Verse 8 has nothing to do with a believer. Romans 8 is the same kind of situation that people quote out of context.

    • John T- you get it..your soul is so beautiful:) i’m generation X…this whole mess doesn’t make sense, politics and such. …I don’t get it either, but through this stupid blog I get it, and you feel the heart of what s going on don’t you? i feel it too…hahaha xxoxoxox..to funny..gods love is so simple…

    • Agreed Corey. Thanks for sharing! “Stupid Blog” Godshelp74? This blog is anything but stupid. Are you sure you are on the right blog? I find your comments offensive to LA as well as those that read this blog daily.

    • again SEASHOREMARY…poor girl was innocently trying to share…..the holy spirit is working here ..praise god always and everyday!!. one common theme…….. we all know whats happening and we love our creator…I really do.. praise the lord for his LOVE…..

    • no not at all richard ..forgive me for anything…If I’m wrong call me on it.please..call me on it..

    • What a bizarre day, have not heard hide nor hair from Kirk since the porno fiasco, I guess he packed up the whole Kirt & Kaboodle and headed for sacred ground.

    • Scriptures That Prohibit Suicide
      1. Murder is prohibited (Exodus 20:13). Suicide is self-murder!
      2. Jesus came to save life and to do good, not to see a person kill or destroy their life (Mark 3:4). This would be contrary to the eternal purpose of God for their life (Eph. 2:10).
      3. Suicide is contrary to faith, which fights and overcomes the pressures and temptations of the world (1 Tim. 6:12) (2 Tim. 4:7-8) (1 John 5:4).
      4. For a person to commit suicide is to destroy something that does not belong to them. Their body is the temple of the Holy Spirit and belongs to God. To destroy one’s life is to destroy something that belongs only to Him (Ezek. 18:4) (1 Cor. 6:19-20) (Eph. 1:14). God alone has the right to give or take away life. Job recognized this right in Job 1:22.
      5. Peter tells the Philippian jailer who is about to commit suicide, “Do thyself no harm” (Acts 16:27,28).

    • Here is David Wilkerson’s take on it.

      I am shocked beyond words to discover that the majority of people contemplating suicide have never been told the truth about what happens after death. Death has been romanticized and distorted. People who have been saved from attempted suicide admit they thought death was the end of everything! One boy said, “When you die, you just die. It’s a world of peace and tranquility. It’s the end of all your problems and troubles. No one can hurt you after you die.”

      Suicide is not the end of your problems

      It is a ticket to hell! Every time I hear of another teenager swallowing an overdose or pulling a trigger, I say to myself, “He never would have committed suicide if he had really known where he was headed. He did not know that death is just the beginning.”

      Precisely, this is what I want everyone in the world to know. When a person takes his own life, he is guilty of five major sins – for which he must stand before God and answer. These sins are murder, stealing from God, fearfulness, unbelief and lawlessness. Just kill yourself, then float away on a cloud of rest and peace? Never! Here is what my Bible says about it:

      “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” (Revelation 21:8).

      It is not a way out. No! It is instead a way into outer darkness. After death, the judgment! Every suicide victim goes straight to the judgment hall of Christ. Life is a gift! You can’t play God and throw that gift back in His face. He alone holds the keys to life and death – only God can decide when to use them.

      You have no legal or moral right to defile your body. It really doesn’t belong to you at all. Jesus bought and paid for it – and suicide is stealing from God! And God will never let that go unpunished. The Bible says,

      “Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwelleth in you. If any man defile the temple of God, him shall God destroy; for the temple of God is holy, which temple ye are” 1 Corinthians 3:16, 17).

      If you are ready to face the Judgment Day as a thief – if you are ready to face an eternity isolated from God in an outer darkness – if you are ready to sell your body for nothing to the devil – then go ahead! Take your life! Play God! Give in to your guilt and self-pity! But you were warned! Just keep this in mind – you don’t know what trouble and sorrow are until you stand before God as a thief! In dying, your troubles will just begin. You will go from hopelessness – to terror and judgment!

      A message of fear? You better believe it is! Yes, and the fear of the Lord is the beginning of wisdom. Wise up! Get rid of every single thought of suicide. Now!

      God’s way out is through simple, childlike faith. Trust Him! He can lift your dark clouds and dispel all the gloom. Trust Him to give you a miracle – to make all things turn out for good! Trust Him as a friend that sticks closer than anyone else on earth! Trust Him to keep your mind clear, stable and well-balanced. He has promised to do all this and more for all who simply trust Him like a little child.

      Now unto him that is able to keep you from falling, and to present you faultless before the presence of his glory with exceeding joy” (Jude 24).


      ( There are certain instances of suicide where the one committing it would by God’s grace NOT necessarily go to hell in my opinion. For example, a Christian soldier jumping on a grenade during warfare to protect his mates, would certainly know he was committing suicide, but his motives would be judged differently to someone just killing themselves because life was tough. GOD is the ultimate judge in all things and he alone knows the eternal destination of each of us……Keygar )

    • Rose you’re wrong. I guess ignorance with you in this circumstance is bliss. You cant bend scripture to your liking. I feel like I’m reading a sermon from the Westboro Church? Are you an affiliated member Rose? What church do you belong to? Russ Dizdar would put you in your place right now if he were reading this and if anyone on this planet is an expert on hell its Russ.


    • That was David Wilkerson, Richard.

      See for yourself:


    • Godshelp, You are so kind, thankyou for the nice words. You made my day. Also, the Sherri Youngward video is so peaceful. It was much needed after reading some of today’s headlines. It is uncanny how people, on this blog, are talking about things that I, too, am concerned with. Some of the stranger occurences, that I have experienced, have been mentioned here, for example, continually seeing the numbers 11 and 22(though today it was 44). People, in the comment section, steer each other towards reference material and videos. There is often lively debate, and, of course, LA’s research and remarks are often the starting point. I guess, what i’m awkwardly trying to say, I appreciate reading everyone’s comments, Christ’s Peace and Love to all.

    • Rose I dont care what David Wilkerson has to say. David Wilkerson is giving his opinion. He’s wrong. David doesn’t know how God is going to judge people.

      I m dumbfounded that you think 22 people a day are going to hell. Good Luck with that theory. Its wrong!

    • Some good teaching videos Kirk. I’ve always said that if people really and truly understood all that Christ accomplished upon the cross, the argument that people would go to Hell for suicide if saved would look rather foolish. The problem is that people just don’t understand all that God accomplished through Christ. They lack the basic fundamental understanding of Christianity itself. It’s why christianity is called “the good news” because it is good news! It’s mind bending good news that because of this act committed by God to send Christ upon the cross in our place, we don’t have to worry about Hell anymore if we just simply trust him for our salvation! He couldn’t have made it any easier! One has to literally run over God to go to Hell! I can see why and how it’s called a free gift in Romans! It literally is a free gift.

      I wish I would have come across some teaching like these videos when I first got saved!

    • Rose where in scripture does it say Judas was saved yes he was a disciple (follower).Jesus had not went to the cross yet they still didn’t get the concept of what Jesus was to do.God knows the mind and when someone is In that shape their not right in the mind.you know illness of body part… cancer so forth…..The brain is an organ part of said body.You keep speaking sound logic of what that suicidally person should think about before committing act?Go back and read scripture for yourself ,David Wilkerson was a man.REPENT What if you sinned and forgot to ask forgiveness .Do you think you would go to hell?You have to have FAITH in JESUS and know what he did on the cross covered every sin.Past present and future.NOT one million sins your good and at one million and one your not covered!!!

    • Corey….

      1) One has to literally run over God to go to Hell! (your quote from above)

      And THAT is WHY ….JESUS spread out His arms and died…..desiring to STOP anyone from perishing.

      2) The problem is that people just don’t understand all that God accomplished through Christ.
      They lack the basic fundamental understanding of Christianity itself. (your quote from above)

      And THAT is WHY ….TEACHING is so important in the Body of Christ, because people “left to themselves”…are ignorant of a lot.

      3) if we just simply trust him for our salvation! (your quote from above)

      And THAT is WHY ….receiving The Gift of Salvation is the ultimate sign of true humility, because you can’t do NOTHING to earn it.


    • Suicide is a sin.

      Suicide says, “My will, not thine, be done.”

      Suicide is violent self pity.

      Suicide says to loved ones, spouses and children, “I have said I love you in the past, but you must know that I love myself more.”

      Suicide is a sin: a contemptible, selfish, prideful, despairing, sin.

      Don’t do it. You will regret it for eternity.

    • Hello, people!

      It is horrifying that so many in the services are taking their own lives, and after willingly risking their lives in service of nation (despite whatever government reasons to go to war, be they right or wrong or corrupt or moral or immoral).

      I met two guys who were ex-Australian Army (who lived next door to my now ex-girlfriend) who served in Timor and Afghanistan and Iraq. It was plainly obvious they were damaged by the military/war experience – one was more open to telling me of his experience (and that he was of generations of family who served in military so was inevitable that he would join army, and as well for self-discipline to get away from partying/drugs scene) – and to make matters worse, according to them, they were dishonourably discharged before a certain time in service so as the government would not have to pay out entitlements (a considerable sum) for these soldiers’ duty. Apparently this action (by government) is commonplace.

      On another note, I think it’s about time these so-called nations ‘LEADERS’ stood in the frontline with the troops and lead from the front (just like the kings would LEAD an army into battle in the old days) instead of sitting back in the comfort of their air-conditioned leather chaired offices and Armani silk suits (not to mention their own special benefits and privileges that the average hard-working citizen or soldier does not receive).

      Obviously, I can’t compare my own despair and feeling of hopelessness with those of soldiers traumatized by warfare. All I can say is, and even very recently as some may have noticed by my discussing personal struggle and desire to ‘give up’, that I am grateful that even via this forum on a blog some cared enough to pray for me to help me overcome and confront issues and to seek the LORD. I can give affirmation that your prayers and support did help – as did the LORD. I’m not perfect but He has given me much relief. I am looking up again and making effort to seek Him out first, as I should have done in first instance instead of why me? poor me – I am making habit of “lean not on thine own understanding but put your trust in the LORD” and to not take on battles without Him. So thank you to all of you who took the time and care and heart to pray for me. I am also grateful to a local Pastor who was kind enough to answer my call for help – just to talk with a man and a believer, somebody who wasn’t a friend (since most of my ‘friends’, as kindhearted as they can be, are not believers in God/Christ, and hence don’t understand or accept demonic attack and matters of the Spirit. I can honestly say that for the first time in many years my mind and heart is at ease and I am not carrying the constant habit of my conscience battling disappointment, frustrations, anger (at myself or others) and bitterness, and a broken heart (re the ex!). I am also changing and removing habits (especially the one about hating myself and the crap in my life). Repenting, that is, and looking forward – not backward.

      I have been desiring fellowship in person with other believers – as much as I enjoy and appreciate everyone’s company here at LA’s blog – to sit and talk with the pastor the other week was very special, and then to be invited to join the Bible study group afterward was even greater (it’s been a long time since I had company with other believers). Another bonus, a friend took me out to celebrate birthday last Saturday night (we went to Casino) I’m not much of a gambler so I have a pretty good control on blowing hard-earned money and yes, I did spend a couple of dollars on a poker machine (not hundreds or wages or rent, just a couple of bob) – I didn’t win any money! But I did win a new friend. Unfortunately, I am still smoking cigarettes (not the wacky backy ones, Azureceu – I have been healed from relying on that false prop for some time – thank God), and whilst having a smoke at Casino, a woman came up to me asking for a cigarette which I gave her (she wanted to pay but I refused). Somehow we got into conversation (I say somehow because I am extremely shy with strangers, especially women, except to be polite and say hello and that’s about it from me). I can’t think of how subject came up, we began discussing Christianity and to both our great surprise we shared very much in common – she, too, is a believer, and had also spent some years making effort (in past) to care for her sick mother, plus a few other things we could both relate very closely to. I can’t recall an experience where I have met someone (at such a venue or pub or nightclub or anywhere that wasn’t a church) who confessed to believing (at least, unashamedly) – I’ve only met the opposite and those have usually been very hostile towards Christianity and the Holy Bible. We ended up talking for an hour or two. We have been now ringing or texting each other every day to converse and support each other in faith. I am very happy to make a new friend, and for once a female (not one of the yobbo drongo ocker bloke mates who just go to the pub and party). She has also been seeking church to find fellowship with and did recommend to me a particular one to go to (unfortunately, one I am reluctant to be a member of for a few reasons).

      I won’t say whether those who suicide are damned. What I know is that I’ve lost two very close friends to suicide not long after finishing high school (around 20 years age), then by time I was 30 I had known of 11 others friends/acquaintances who took their own lives. My best friend, who was a young air force cadet, was arrested by superiors in air force after getting into some trouble, a seemingly minor matter (probably, to some people) regarding a driver’s license, but combined with other factors was enough to make him take his own life. From what we (his family and I) were able to investigate about his death, they (the air force/military police) literally pushed him over the edge. Others were breakup of relationship, physical/mental illness, alcoholism/drugs, victim of child abuse. Combination of factors. All made me angry, thinking “gutless”, “how dare they” “cowards”, “why didn’t they come to me to talk or ask for help?” I’m a hypocrite and contradicting because here I was myself, very recently thinking “I give up” and cannot escape the depths of despair and disappointment, and bitterness – “I can’t cope anymore and there is no point continuing”. It wasn’t just an overnight feeling and just a bad moment – those thoughts had been there for a few years.

      I don’t believe in euthanasia. I know my mother has said to me she hopes to go quickly and not to have to live without her faculties, and to suffer alzheimers or dementia or other prolonged illness/conditions more common to the elderly. AS much as it makes me unhappy at times that I should have got on with my own life, I am very glad to have her around, plus she is still a great cook, but more for her God-given faith and wisdom and charity and love and forgiveness! My father passed away when I was 18. Watched him die slowly and painfully from a malignant brain tumour. The family cared for him to his last breath. We prayed for his healing and recovery, and God still took him. Just a few years later, my brother who was in his early 30s was diagnosed with tumours in lungs. He spent a year in hospital and received operations and chemotherapy and was in agony. He told me he wanted a ‘hot-shot’ just to end his life and pain. The family prayed for his healing. He eventually beat the cancer. I would never have got him this ‘hot-shot’. Might have got him a joint (back in those days) but never had anything to do with that other evil. He is still around and has become an academic, although recently he has had complications with his health from that time with cancer (the transfusions, the doctors gave him then, were contaminated and years later have plagued his health but he is now on mend having received new treatments). Despite our love and care for him… he is still an a*&^*^le and treats me worse than a dog. But he beat the cancer – we believe he was blessed and healed through faith, and a little bit of help from the medical. He says he is happier now than he was for many years, and pursues academic studies (which unfortunately give him a superiority complex, which is nothing really new from him – to me). LOL What if a friend had got him that hot-shot (euthanase) to end his life back then? What if my mother didn’t have faith to pray for him? What if he were euthanazed – he is still here 25 years later, able to enjoy life (with it’s constant struggles and ups and downs) and has good friends and hobbies and academic studies and still an a^&$$%le!! I hope one day He will find Christ, for his sake. When he was a teenager he was an altar boy in Russian Orthodox Church – he got sacked for getting into the wine! LOL Unfortunately his (in his own mind) superior intelligence re academia makes him think that religiion and the Holy Bible are just results of anthropomorphic culture, and that Jesus was just a good bloke, and whatever other BS he reckons. Such a fool – he doesn’t even realize what a blessing it is that even I still give him the time of day despite his abuse of me over many years (and still)! LOL He is the more of a fool for denying the truth of God/Messiah (very sad).

      I don’t know about suicide and being damned… though I tend to agree with Rose From Kentucky. Nobody has the right to kill anyone – only God has that right. We are given commandment: Thou shalt not kill.

      I believe there are two exceptions made in the Bible where suicide was permitted. One of these special cases being that of Samson who asked to be given the strength to avenge his being blinded by the Philistines, and was killed in action of bringing down temple on the Phillistines which killed more then in that moment than Samsom had throughout his life. (judges 16:28-30)

      Proverbs 3:5 ‘Trust in the LORD with all thine own heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding.”

      Matthew 10:22 And ye shall be hated of all men for my name’s sake; but he that endureth to the end shall be saved.

      Matthew 24:13 But he that shall endure unto the end, the same shall be saved.

      James 1:12 Blessed is the man that endureth temptation; for when he is tried, he shall receive the crown of life, which the LORD hath promised to them that love him.

      Of course, it is easy for me to say “endure” – I haven’t gone through what these poor soldiers have had to experience.

      When it comes to killing, warfare is a completely different matter as it deals with nations and large groups or factions, such as the Allies verses the NAZIs (freedom v slavery). It’s not on scale of a personal and individual level. Regardless of government rightfully or wrongfully sending troops, as citizens we honour the King/leader/Prez/PM of our nation and so many people have performed a duty to king/nation both through willingness and conscriiption.

      1 Peter 2:11-25 …2:17 Honour all men. Love the brotherhood. Fear God. Honour the king.

      I don’t accept that one soldier who would willingly sacrifice his life to save a whole platoon or many people would be damned ( for e.g. the scene from ‘The Boys in Company C’ where the soldier smothered a grenade so that it’s explosion would not kill/injure a group of young children/civillians nearby). That is a different scenario.

      People have been conscripted into defence services as they were required – others willingly signed up without being asked or told to; some join the army because of family generations; some join because of social or economic or academic circumstance (or lack thereof) and learn a job, skill or trade where they may not be able to receive the same as a civillian in every day life; some join for noble reasons; some join because they simply have an evil desire to have a rifle or weapon and go and kill people and blow stuff up for fun like it’s a video game. It will be these ‘leaders’ who send people into battle and warfare that will answer for the decisions made to pursue war. Not the soldier – they are just doing their duty. These ‘leaders’ should be taking care of the servicemen and women and honouring them. They will answer for their failure to support the veterans and serving soldiers. As civillians who stay back home while others go off to war, the least people could do is give support or donations to organizations who assist veterans and NOT join with those who spit on and persecute and damn a soldier for doing his job, such as was seen with Vietnam veterans and now Iraq/Afghanistan vets.

      Sorry for the long rant.

      God Bless!


      PS. On a personal note, I know I’m not the only one (here) who has been struggling to cope with life and I apologize if I have been so selfish to express troubles. Most, if not all of you (apart from, maybe, Gene Prede ‘happiness sunshine rays’) who visit this blog are believers in God/Messiah. I am very grateful to God that some of you have been there for me, as I am sure you would be there for others in difficulty, even if just to give encouragement through prayer and the Gospel and other wise words and caring. Thank you.

      ps.. excuse the typos and punctuation and grammar. 🙂

    • I agree, Peter, it is horrible what is happening to our soldiers.

      It is not selfish for you to share your troubles here. We are here to support each other and you are a very welcome part of that. This blog wouldn’t be the same without you.

    • Richard, it’s hard to say how many of our soldiers have been so affected by pharmaceuticals and trauma that they’ve lost track of who they are and what they’re doing.

      I do know that thousands of people die every day on this planet and most of them are going to hell. “…wide is the gate to destruction.”

      Murder has been fully embraced by our nation: suicide, murder, abortion, euthanasia, eugenics, police brutality, tyranny, sponsored terrorism, and these unending wars.

      And, the American church as a whole condones these things! We have become so debased as a culture and as a people. No wonder we are collapsing as a nation. We are a hollowed-out shell: a shadow of what we used to be.

      Suicide used to be a crime for which pastors would not even allow the person to be buried in a churchyard. Now, pastors are excusing suicide (for those in their right mind).

      But, then again, pastors are also condoning homosexuality. And preachers like John MacArthur are teaching that one can take the Mark and still go to heaven.

      It’s a sign of the times.

    • Rose don’t address me anymore. I’ve put your thoughts and comments in the “utter nonsense and complete blasphemy” category. If people want to listen to your babble so be it. I wont. You’re like arguing with Sandy over the Rapture. I wont do it anymore.

  3. Last night I attended a children’s performance, “Working on the Hill,” about the people who did the Manhattan Project. 3rd and 4th graders, all of them from an elementary school. Our Town. It always grabs me what happened here. I have my own sadness about it. The boy who played Oppie (Robert Oppenheimer) was tall, thin, and perfect, and the boy who played General Grove was equally amazing. Tears shed, and prayers. Remember that real people lived here, making a town out of nothing, not even able to write to their relatives. the wives could not even know what their husbands were doing, nor could their children.

    • Yes, Nome, Paperclip followed, but I am told that the German scientists of Paperclip resided primarily in other centers than Los Alamos. It was not Los Alamos people who told me this, just others who studied Paperclip. I think mankind should not have ventured into this area of research, but the horrible truth is that the Japanese already had “the bomb” before Hiroshima, and the Germans were closing in on it, although more slowly, as they had some weird ideas about physics which needed to be overcome.
      The problem is that fanatics will get hold of a government, as in Japan and Germany, and use scientists to further their wills.
      Some think that was true in America as well. I think it was less true in 1943 than it was in the closing decades of the 20th century.
      The lead scientists at Los Alamos in 1943 were all secular Jews, except for one (this from a current rabbi here who is also a physicist at the lab). Then one can get into the insane discussion about “who is Jew”, the conversion to Judaism of the Kazarites,
      etc., all ridiculous because those who converted to Judaism were considered Jewish by Jewish law. Those who claim superiority of Jewish descent from Abraham have not read the Bible, irony of ironies. Accidentally, through a medical DNA study, I found my Irish mother had mtDNA from ancient Israel and environs, so this makes me more of a Jew than most those who attend synagogue, by the false standards of the Khazarite messup theories. You see I am sad and angry today. I need Jesus to come get us quick.

    • You saw the articles about the missionary / artifact collector. The one that worked on the Manhattan Project. I wonder what he’d have to say about all this? And what prompted him to look in so many places and gather so much….


  4. my husband is retired navy 20 yrs , he works at a military hospital in the civilian sector. Wounded warriors are flown in around the clock. It”s heart wrenching to see young kids ,19 years old paralyzed or in wheel chairs with missing limbs… Antidepressants and pain meds handed out like candy. We have three boys all have different careers plans but one in peticular wants to serve. I don’t want him to go. we are a military family and patriots, but are conflicted in helping him make a decision… It’s very frustrating being a parent in these times…SO many things coming down the line, I pray Jesus comes soon.

  5. LA, I love you so much! Sometimes I just fall on my face in tears thanking God for you and Peggy and EVERYONE on this site! Its real here and we are family.
    So poignant today.
    There is so much I’d like to share but I’m going to limit it.
    Richard, glad you are still here with us! I was 23 when my husband stuck a pistol in his mouth and blew his brains out, leaving me and two little children behind. Devastated us and we never recovered from it. But, I know he is in heaven. Absolutely!!!!! I wrestled and prayed and pleaded with our heavenly father about this for a very long time.
    We are in a war people! And sometimes, the other side wins

    • A lot of times, the other side wins. Jesus warns us how rough things are going to be so we won’t be afraid. When we are out of here, from whatever means, to his loving arms we go.Suicide is wrong and bad and ugly. But like every other sin, we are forgiven and washed by his blood.
      This did not go even remotely where I intended today. But sometimes, I’m not really the driver of this bus. You know, that “he, who is in me” thing again. Love you guys! Be of good cheer! He is with us! It might seem to be getting darker, perilous times indeed, but the calvary is on the way, we know the ending, hold down the fort til arrival.

    • Love you guys! Be of good cheer! He is with us! It might seem to be getting darker, perilous times indeed, but the calvary is on the way, we know the ending, hold down the fort til arrival.

      I love that Ally. I can’t wait til we all get to have fellowship together. Occupy until I come. It’s so close, we must not shrink back because God is faithful.

    • And I just popped over to another site and it was concerning the song, His Eye is on the Sparrow:

      The theme of the song is inspired by the words of Jesus in the Gospel of Matthew in the Bible: “Look at the birds of the air; they neither sow nor reap nor gather into barns, and yet your heavenly Father feeds them. Are you not of more value than they?” (Matthew 6:26) and “Are not two sparrows sold for a farthing? and one of them shall not fall on the ground without your Father. But the very hairs of your head are all numbered. Fear ye not therefore, ye are of more value than many sparrows” (Matthew 10:29–31).

      Civilla Martin, who wrote the lyrics, said this about her inspiration to write the song based in the scriptures outlined above,
      Early in the spring of 1905, my husband and I were sojourning in Elmira, New York. We contracted a deep friendship for a couple by the name of Mr. and Mrs. Doolittle—true saints of God. Mrs. Doolittle had been bedridden for nigh twenty years. Her husband was an incurable cripple who had to propel himself to and from his business in a wheel chair. Despite their afflictions, they lived happy Christian lives, bringing inspiration and comfort to all who knew them. One day while we were visiting with the Doolittles, my husband commented on their bright hopefulness and asked them for the secret of it. Mrs. Doolittle’s reply was simple: “His eye is on the sparrow, and I know He watches me.” The beauty of this simple expression of boundless faith gripped the hearts and fired the imagination of Dr. Martin and me. The hymn “His Eye Is on the Sparrow” was the outcome of that experience.
      —Civilla Martin

    • Ally, you are not alone. My mother committed suicide when I was 10, then some 30 years later my husband committed suicide and killed 2 others. I have struggled my whole life with these questions. But one of my favorite quotes is from Corrie Ten Boom who said “there is no pit so deep as He is not deeper still”. And I can truly say I have faced many deep dark pits and Jesus has always been there strengthening me. Even so Come Lord Jesus!

    • Amen Ms.Kim. There is nowhere we can go, that HE is not there with us! I love to read the Psalms. David certainly had his fair share of grief and depression! I love Psalm 139:8-12 —
      “Whither shall I go from thy spirit? or whither shall I flee from thy presence?

      If I ascend up into heaven, thou art there: if I make my bed in hell, behold, thou art there.

      If I take the wings of the morning, and dwell in the uttermost parts of the sea;

      Even there shall thy hand lead me, and thy right hand shall hold me.

      If I say, Surely the darkness shall cover me; even the night shall be light about me.

      Yea, the darkness hideth not from thee; but the night shineth as the day: the darkness and the light are both alike to thee.

      God bless everyone here! 🙂 I am so thankful for you all!
      And thank you especially L.A., for all you are and for all you do! God bless! 🙂

    • Jay-psalm 91:11….he will command his angels…I’ve been on my own since 14…..know this ..satan CANNOT read your mind, but he can pt thoughts in….commit your way to the lord…

  6. Does Anyone here know that
    Prime numbers group together in fours. Do you think
    that maybe that is linked with four blood moon tetrads.
    is it possible there could be a comparison made.

    • Go to the “Prophecies of the End Times.com” website and listen to the 85 minute teaching concerning the blood moons. It is entitled… “UPDATE… Our new four blood red moons broadcast is finished.” It makes the convincing case that the blood moons this year (primarily seen over all of America) have more to do with something that will happen to America that will effect Israel. It is quite stunning information. It’s information that made complete sense after reading Perry Stone’s book “Plucking the Eagle’s Wings.” This is new info concerning the blood moons.

    • thank you brother, I still say you owe me minestrone soup:) lol….Idk about obama but you got me thinking?? hmm and I will check out the site……some people so staunch on their convictions round here, saved and the unsaved ?..who cares…, I’m smart enough to say I know nothing..all I know is I believe Jesus died on the cross…One common demoninator in the rapture of the church….. pretrbulation, mid trib, post trib, they all agree on one thing?………3.5 years into the tribulation the antichrist sits his happy butt down on the on the thone….I’m watching the temple mount, and John Kerry with his skull and bones manta:) haha

    • John, it was so strange when I read your comment. On my way to work this morning, I looked at the clock in my car, it was 7:44 and 44 degrees. When I went to pick up my son after work, it was 4:44. I just noticed the date, duh, it’s 4-4-14.

      Anyway, lately I’ve been looking up all the horse symbols seen in this the year-of-the horse. I found too many to list, all pointing to this white horse of the four horseman. One hindu prophecy, which is similar, has their kalki avatar coming on a white horse, possibly on july 27(end of Ramadan, siri app). The prophecy says that the kalki avatar comes when the sun, moon and Jupiter are aligned in cancer, the m44 cluster. There’s that number again.

      To top it all off, in the game Yu-Gi-Oh(game king), #44 is Sky Pegasus, a white horse, Judgment of the Pharoah.

      I know, this is some strange stuff, just found it interesting.

    • One other note, I don’t take Nostradamus as gospel truth. Just fascinating stuff, and so coincidental for this number to be getting in my head.

    • Hey other John, just watched this video, about two popes named John being canonized. The video lasts 4:44. Time for bed, stuff is too strange.

    • GH74… 😆 So I haven’t convinced ya yet eh? I’m surprised you remember the ministrone soup deal! I could be wrong. I’m just not ready to accept that these “Bamah” scriptures are just mere coincidence yet. But I’ll get my can opener at the ready to take through the portals of glory with me.

    • GH74… If I’m right about Mr. O, I tend to like chicken sandwhiches on nice big thick french bread with all the tomatoes and lettuce. Don’t forget the barbecue sauce or there will be Hell to pay in the highest holy Heaven.

  7. MILLIONS OF CHINESE STUNNED – NEWS REPORT OBAMA MAY DISCLOSE UFOs. Here is the link: “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=D5LdkMhCeF8” Keep this video in mind as you read the following. Yet another major clue or piece of the puzzle concerning Obama and the hints that scripture is throwing at us concerning this man.

    I have commented here several times concerning the “Bamah” high places of Ezekiel 20:29, The Hebrew translation of Luke 10:18 and the connection of the “Bamah” high places to the worship of evil entities that our government and most would call “the greys” or “aliens”. Ancient Israel engaged in the sacrifices to their idols at these “Bamah” high places in the past and God judged them for it. Ecclesiastes There are more than a few clues given by God concerning the possible identification of Barack Obama. It’s my opinion based on these clues in scripture that Obama “may” in fact be the “man of sin” a.k.a. “Antichrist” the bible speaks of. I would hasten to add that I’m not 100 percent certain that he is indeed the Antichrist. It would probably be foolish to say for certain he is. But I do believe that based on these scriptures that God is giving us a major, major clue to watch this man closely. At the very least, these scriptures may be indicating that Obama may be paving the way for the real Antichrist to step forward onto the world scene. With that being said, I would add yet another clue to the puzzle that seems very peculiar indeed:

    “And they built the high places of “Baal” (which would be Satan… very important to remember that – Baal=Satan) which are in the valley of the son of Himmom to cause their sons and their daughters to pass through the fire to Moloch, which I did not command them nor did it come into my mind that they should do this abomination, to cause Judah to sin” (Jeremiah 32:35). “Where is the high place whereunto you go?, It is even called “Bamah” unto this day” (Ezekiel 20:29). As you can see, these high places are called “Bamah”. In Luke 10:18, Jesus said he saw Satan falling from Heaven (or the Heavenlies) as lightning. The two words “lightning” and “Heaven” are translated “Baraq” and “Bamah.” There would also be a connecting O in the middle of the two words. It would read I saw Satan as “Baraq” falling from the “Bamah.” We are reminded that these high places were built in the worship of “Baal, or Satan. The Satan high places are called “Bamah!” Satan is seen by Jesus in Luke 10:18 falling from “Bamah” like “Baraq!” Since these high places of Baal are connected to Satan, are these “Bamah” verses describing these high places hinting that Obama may (Just may) be hinting that Barack Obama may be just more than a passing President of the United States? It would seem to me that there is a strong clue here about Barack Obama being connected to Baal (Satan) and the high places. Could he really and truly be Satan’s man of the hour as these scriptures seem to be indicating?

    Note: It is important to remember that Obama signed some kind of major legislation when he first became president authorizing the global slaughter of babies through abortion!… hence the Baal connection and the “high places” of Ezekiel 20:29!) And we recently found out that the U.K. are burning aborted fetuses inside their hospitals for fuel! This would be a mass ritual of Baal type extermination of babies in a blood-letting occultic, Moloch type barbarism. I say that because who can deny at this point that there is a Satanic element to what is going on with the “New World Order” and the Illuminati?

    Yet another important video to watch would be “The McPherson Tape is Genuine.” Here is the link: “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=whFghUswO5U” My suggestion would be to watch this one first and then watch the full enedited version right here “The McPherson Tape restored Orginal 1989 Version.” Here is the link: “http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qBUPqnOlvZk”

    L.A. – The McPherson Tape is something you may be very interested in concerning a future watchers segment. It seems to be verified by professionals who know fake from real. It concerns an abducted family caught on tape while filming a birthday party for a little girl in the family. Quite shocking as it shows the “aliens” walking out of the bedroom then the camera goes off mysteriously and the family has never been seen or heard from again. It was covered by local news station at the time.

    • Lol.!!.good work Watson you’re hot on the trail..:) side note, how long ya think it takes to build a temple? 6 months or 1 year ..place a wager:) I’m having some fun with these moons…

    • corey- p.s. I can’t help but laugh every time I watch the news..Its a trigger I think about you when I see Obama and I’m stuck looking at the back of his head:) xxoxo

    • GH74… I just listened to some new info concerning the blood moons the other night. Go over to the “Prophecies of the End Times.com” website and listen to the 85 minute recording of the blood moons. Very sobering prospect for America. I do think that it could possibly also have to do with the third temple as well. We’ll see. I too am having a bit of fun with these blood moons.

      As far as the back of Obama’s head… Just one more nail in the coffin of doubt about Obama’s “possible” identity. That’s kinda hilarious. I can imagine someone with their face up to the T.V. screen inspecting it when Obama appears as though it were some kind of speciman in a lab. 😆

  8. @ ptsd, survivors guilt, prison rape, trauma based mind control, trauma based demonic possession….

    a. we have physical bodies — but we are not our physical bodies
    b. our bodies have automatic protection systems that work with little conscious control
    c. pain and depression are both protections that engage injury avoidance
    d. automatic systems can become overwhelmingly over-responsive (no filters)
    e. it helps to have spiritual armor (the Armor of God) to dampen and direct our body responses
    f. suicide (or suicide-homicide, death by cop, etc.) can be an effort to reassert or regain control
    g. King Saul’s insanity and suicide by enemy
    h. Judas’ insanity and suicide
    i. In contrast to Christ’s self sacrifice

    – “http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/170006/Using_Virtual_Reality_to_Treat_PTSD/”
    – “http://www.disclose.tv/action/viewvideo/171024/MDMA_for_PTSD_How_Ecstasy_Is_Helping_People_with_PostTraumatic_Stress_Disorder/”
    – “http://www.eurekalert.org/pub_releases/2010-01/uom-rdm011910.php” (objectively identify PTSD)
    – “http://www.amazon.com/Gift-Pain-The-Paul-Brand/dp/0310221447”
    – “http://youtu.be/fhOdFh7sNa8” (PTSD Emerging Science)

    Walk in the Spirit and you’ll not fulfill the drives of the flesh
    … be led of the Spirit
    … dying to self daily
    … deflecting the darts of the enemy
    … overcoming: the world, the flesh, and the devil
    … overcome by: Blood of the Lamb, the Word of their Testimony, loved not this life even faced with death
    … martyrs re: 666 … to rule and reign with Christ 1000 years (the enemy is overcome)

    • late night lisa…-funny…,,interesting thanks for post…the lava creatures had no red bracelet? as worn by madonnna…wardrobe on the set ? they must have been on smoke break…

  9. Researchers’ Stunning Claim About Noah’s Ark Might Surprise You

    As biblical literalists and skeptics continue the debate over whether Noah truly built a massive ship that saved his family from a catastrophic global flood, researchers now say that at least one element of the story is scientifically plausible.

    Masters-level students at Leicester University’s Department of Physics and Astronomy in England examined the ark’s dimensions as described in Genesis 6:13-22 and came to a stunning conclusion.
    “University of Leicester students show Noah’s ark would have been strong enough to carry pairs of each animal species,” proclaims a statement on the university’s website.


    Side-note: The Pyramids in Egypt should not exist either, but it is hard to deny they don’t.

  10. trauma induced personalities…
    – programming, triggers

    I believe something similar happens in immersive long duration computer gaming…
    – where a character (persona) is developed over time, with strong ego attachment
    – that’s subsequently killed … or leads to other “team members” being killed
    – especially when actual drugs, sex, and such are involved…
    – the games have hypnotic components
    – cp. situation with drone pilots, the sandy hook shooter, etc.

    • “http://anniejacobsen.com/operation-paperclip-photos/” (note bio weapons and rocket programs)

      “http://youtu.be/DV6MVsmi6z8” (Peter Levenda … sinister connections)

      note who ran the programs on the US and Soviet sides

    • quote: from “to mars by a-bomb” (orion)
      – “You could get 150 to 200 people on it and send them to the other side of the world in a half-hour”
      – “[jfk] was horrified about a nuclear weapons race in space”

      What was unacceptable then
      … won’t be now
      … especially to jihadis
      … cp. saddam’s intercontinental cannons

    • WOW….it’s a “short” one! Oh yeah! 🙂

      Sooo much stuff going on….glad God is still on His Throne……
      ……….’cause I don’t have to worry with Daddy on his Throne and Jesus at my side and His Spirit within me! Hallelujah !!!!

  11. I surely hope EVERYONE will be BLESSED by the INCREDIBLE WORSHIP SONGS that I put on here through the night.

    I stayed up worshiping all night, as I sometimes do, and these are a FEW of the songs I sung over and over and over to The Lord.

    Be Blessed by them as I was !!!! GLORY TO YAHWEH !!!! HALLELUJAH !!!!

  12. If the blog wasn’t going to close down in a few minutes, I was gonna ruin everyone’s breakfast with some commonly misinterpreted scripture that people quote to say that a believer can lose his salvation for one reason or another. So you better enjoy those pancakes with the syrup everyone because I’m comin at ya next time around. BWAAAHAAAAAAHAAAA!!!!! BWAAAAHAAAAA!!!!

    • Like perhaps…

      1st Timothy 5:11-12
      But the younger widows refuse:
      – for when they have begun to wax wanton against Christ, they will marry
      – Having damnation, because they have cast off their first faith.

    • Yep… And then I was gonna reach down into everyone’s plate and scramble the wrong egg with the book of Hebrews… a very commonly misinterpreted one. Then I was gonna spill everyone’s milk with Romans.


    • Then I was gonna burn everyone’s toast with first and second corinthians!! HAAAHAAAAHAAAA!!! BWWAAAHHAA!!! Then I was gonna throw everyone’s bacon on the floor with some more Revelation


    • Corey…..you are a R.I.O.T. = Righteous Invasion Of Truth ……….a song from Carmen…..Kicking Song !! see on youtube

    • Hebrews definitely makes for a hot meal…

      Hebrews 3:12-14
      Take heed brethren lest there be in any of you
      – an evil heart of unbelief in departing from the living God.
      But exhort one another daily, while it is called “Today”
      – lest any of you be hardened through the deceitfulness of sin.
      For we are made partakers of Christ
      – if we hold the beginning of our confidence stedfast unto the end.

    • Nice hefty blog today. I bet its like spiritual madness in the fast lane for those popping in for a first time look around.

  13. 2014 Midwest Bible Prophecy Conference http:// www. cchapelbp. org/schedule. html

    Free Live Streaming Prophecy Conference Today

    8:00 am Doors Open!
    9:00 – 9:10 am Welcome & Greeting (Jeremey Camp via video)
    9:10 – 10:00 am Session 1 – Dr. David Hocking
    10:00 – 10:15 am Break (Coffee in Fellowship Hall)
    10:15 – 11:05 am Session 2 – Joe Whitchurch / Dennis & Carol Brinkerhoff
    11:05 – 11:15 am Quick Stretch Break
    11:15 – 12:05 am Session 3 – Dr. Thomas Ice

    12:05 – 1:30 pm Lunch (see list of restaurants)

    1:30 – 2:00 pm Greeting & Prophetic Update! (Jack Hibbs video)
    2:00 – 2:50 pm Session 4 – Eric Barger
    2:50 – 3:10 pm Break (Coffee in fellowship Hall)
    3:10 – 3:50 pm Session 5 – Dr. David Hocking
    3:50 – 4:00 pm Quick Stretch Break
    4:00 – 6:00 pm Session 6 – Dr. Thomas Ice

    5:00 – 7:00 pm Dinner ( see lists of restaurants)

    7:00 – 8:30 pm Session 7 – Dr. David Hocking

    10:30 am Morning Worship @ Calvary Chapel
    Dr. David Hocking & Dr. Thomas Ice

  14. Kirk, thanks for the beautiful videos.

    Nomo, I did not read any of the material on the 91 year old man and his artifacts. My eyes are bothering me and I am not sure I can transcribe those URL’s but I will try. However, why torture myself about what happened long ago and was out of my control,
    completely? I did not ask for the life I have, nor the place where I live, and I hope it will soon be resolved in Heaven. Please pray for my grandchildren, who live here. I have been told that my only reason for being here is for them.

  15. “http://www.csmonitor.com/The-Culture/2014/0405/Deer-UFO-Welcome-to-trail-camera-bizarro-world”
    ufo caught in deer camera

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