I’m on Assignment and will Return this Coming Monday…

I’m in an undisclosed location.

Perhaps the rumors circulating about me are true… LOL!

With no new U-Tube posts in over a week, there is a growing concern that Mr. Marzulli has been abducted by extraterrestrials.
Mr. Marzulli has crossed many lines in conducting his research, and apparently, the extraterrestrials have had enough.
An anonymous “gray” reported that Mr. Marzulli is being held for “questioning” at a facility on Zeta Reticuli B.
No word on whether he will be returned to Earth anytime soon. (FROM BILL)

L. A. Marzulli -On Assignment in an undisclosed location.

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100 years ago an event happened that changed the world. Upwards of 100,000 were gathered in the little village of Fatima, Portugal. They were told, by an apparition that had appeared to three children—what many believed to be Mary of the Bible—that there would be a “sign.”
Something did happened on October 13, 1917 and thousands of people witnessed it… It was called, The Miracle of the Sun.
The Watchman Chronicles presents FATIMA – Mary of the Bible or a Harbinger of Deception?
What did the witnesses in 1917 really see?
Why was the “lady” wearing a skirt that fell just below her knees… something not even prostitutes of the time were seen in.
Why did the apparition only speak telepathically with the children?
What happened to the original testimonies of the witnesses taken 1917?
Why was the main seer Lucia cloistered with a vow of silence for almost 2 decades?
What actually appeared in the sky on October 13, 1917? Many witnesses described seeing a dull, silver disc…
The Watchman Chronicles with host L. A. Marzulli travelled to Fatima, Portugal to get the answers.
You will hear from  researchers, professors, an anthropologist, a neuroscientist, a theologian, historians, and others, on the enigmatic phenomena at Fatima.
You’ll be astounded when you hear what amounts to a completely different version of the events than we have been led to believe. Coming this September…

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Go to> www.thewatchmanchronicles.com

Sunday Bun!

Sunday Bun
by 
L. A. Marzulli
I will be with you even unto the end of the age.  Jesus – Just before He ascended into Heaven.
This is the promise of our Lord and Savior spoken to the Apostles who then watched Him ascend into the clouds and disappear from sight. I can only imagine what the disciples must have thought.
Why is He leaving us now? Why is He going now?  Will He return? What just happened?
It has been nearly 2000 years since He left. Some skeptics will proclaim—just like prophecy indicated they would—where is the promise of His coming?
Then there’s the argument from some folks: Every generation believed they were the last generation so what makes this generation any different?
I think we’re living in a time where we can’t fix what is happening all around us. I think we’re headed toward a climax. I think we’re about to see prophecy that was written thousands of years ago manifest and become fulfilled.
Our Bibles speak of a one-world government and a one-world religious system all under the son of perdition, the Anti-Messiah, i.e. Satan’s man.
I would posit that we’re in a window of time where all of this will happen and it might just be sooner than any of us think.
The good news is the church will be gone. Are you aware that new-agers have been talking about a taking away of the people who are not ready to make the paradigm shift, into the new consciousness? I first heard this about 45 years ago. They have a ready-made excuse for the rapture event.
The other good-news is that as believers we have the indwelling of the spirit of the living God in us. This sets the church apart from Israel, and the “saint’s” of the Old Dispensation under the law. We are under grace, we have the comforter who will teach us all things inside us.
Even so Maranatha!

 

 

 

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

The Bun!

I have come in my Father’s name, and you do not receive me. If another comes in his own name, you will receive him.

John 5:43

There are many different interpretations of this verse. Let’s examine it and see what we can glean from it.

First, Jesus is making a statement, stating a fact. He tells the Jewish leaders, the Pharisees who are gathered and asking Him who he is, that He, Jesus, comes in His Fathers name, i.e. Jehovah.

Remember this, Jesus—Yeshua—means God with us. Interesting yes? We might call to remembrance when Jesus states:  He is from above. Also: Where I am going you can not follow. (At the last supper) Then: If you have seen me you have seen the Father.

It seems very clear that Jesus is making himself known to anyone who has ears to hear. He’s not playing games. In fact,  He backs these statements up by performing miracles, like raising the dead, healing the sick, casting out demons and controlling the weather—the storm He rebukes in the boat!

Then He states the second fact: … and you do not receive me.

I am reminded of this statement by what Phillip says in regard to Jesus being Messiah: Can anything good come out of Nazareth?

The Jewish leaders could not accept Jesus as Messiah. The one statement that infuriated the Jews was when Jesus declared: Before Abraham was I Am.

This is what got Him killed, because Jesus compared himself to the Father by using the word I Am. It was deliberate on His part and once again He states a fact.

Finally we get to the last statement.

If another comes in his own name, you will receive him.

Some commentators point to this verse as the Anti-Christ. While the Jews have had numerous deceivers and anti-messiahs’ throughout history, I would posit that this verse may point to THE seed of the serpent, the son of perdition, the anti-christ of the last days.

Remember, This man makes a covenant with the Jews to rebuild their Temple. This is how the world will know who the A.C. is. (Of course I hold to the view that the church will be long-gone by this time.)

If this is true that Jesus is pointing to the A.C. as the one who the Jews will receive it is a chilling statement.

In closing the Bun. Do you know Him? Is He, Jesus alive in your heart? Have you invited the Prince of Peace into your life?

If you think you know Him but you don’t know Him, then, you don’t know Him.

Jesus fulfilled numerous prophecies regarding Messiah. When we acknowledge Him who was sent—that He came in His fathers name—and confess our sins we have eternal life. We become born again. If you don’t know Him, I would ask you to sit still for a moment and reflect on todays Bun.

He stands at the door of your heart and knocks, let Him in today…

God is still on the throne and prayer changes things!  Noah Hutchings

Please keep these folks in prayer.

Bonnie’s Daughter, Kristine – Healing from Cancer.

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please pray for my teen-aged son Matthew who though has been home-schooled and brought up in the ways of the Lord is in full rebellion mode (prodigal son BIG TIME) and about to ruin the rest of his life (jail- time) or at minimum be removed from our home by the state. PLEASE pray for him.

Jeff

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Jane – Healing from cancer/Salvation/Forgiveness

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Keith – He lost his wife a little over two months ago.

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For all of our un-saved family members.

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Dear L A –
I just learned tonight that my daughter-in-law, Jackie, has stage two cervical
cancer. She is married to my oldest son, Jonathan. They are both in their 30’s
and have two children, Chloe age 4 yrs and Silas age 18 mos. In addition to
this, Jon just lost his job.
I know that you know people all over the world. I am asking that God’s perfect
will be done for this struggling family. There are also spiritual needs as well.

Sunday Bun!

Sunday Bun
by
L. A. Marzulli

What Did Mary Know?

On the third day there was a wedding at Cana in Galilee, and the mother of Jesus was there. Jesus also was invited to the wedding with his disciples. When the wine ran out, the mother of Jesus said to him, “They have no wine.” And Jesus said to her, “Woman, what does this have to do with me? My hour has not yet come.” His mother said to the servants, “Do whatever he tells you.” John 2: 1-5

I love this story. It’s one of my favorite passages in the Bible. Added to this is Mary’s directive to the steward of the wedding feast: “Do whatever he tells you!”
In my opinion I think and believe Mary knew—at least in part—who Jesus was. There’s almost a hint of humor in that line. “Do whatever He tells you.”
Long before this an angel appeared to Mary and told her she would give birth to Messiah. He also instructed her that she would be “overshadowed” by the Holy Spirit. There was also a prophecy that a sword would pierce her heart—this of course is in reference to the crucifixion. (We’ll talk about this next week.)
So let’s examine why Mary might be saying these words to the steward of the feast.
Mary has been living with the creator of the universe for decades. Joseph has passed away by this time and Jesus is more or less acting as the head of the household. The question is this, and I realize I’m speculating here, as there’s no way to really know what happened in Jesus childhood and adult life.
However, Mary must be basing this statement—Do whatever he tells you—on past experience. In other words, how much did Jesus show of his divinity? What did Mary see? What did Jesus do in the way of miracles?
Perhaps it was just the two of them walking to market and like the scene in The Young Messiah, Jesus heals a dead bird. No one knows this  but the two of them. This story is not found in our Bibles but I think Jesus did things that pointed to his Divinity that only Mary was privy to.
Mary knows that he is Messiah, and she has been visited by angels more than once. Who knows what happened in that household when Jesus was growing up?
That being stated. Mary is confident that Jesus can change the situation. He can create “new wine!”
Most of us know the outcome of the story. The water is changed to wine and it is better than the wine that was served first. This is Jesus’ first miracle. So with that in mind when we hear the prompting of The Spirit of the Living God in our lives we should Do whatever he tells us to do. 
Jesus is the creator of this universe. All things were created by Him and without Him nothing that was made was made.
Trust in the Lord with all thine heart and lean not unto your own understanding…
Mary trusted, the steward of the wedding feast trusted and as foolish as Jesus command was—to fill the pots with water—the result was new wine for the wedding feast…. and it was better than the wine that was served first!
Do whatever He tells us to do!

 

God is still on the throne and prayer changes things!  Noah Hutchings

Please keep these folks in prayer.

Bonnie’s Daughter, Kristine – Healing from Cancer.

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please pray for my teen-aged son Matthew who though has been home-schooled and brought up in the ways of the Lord is in full rebellion mode (prodigal son BIG TIME) and about to ruin the rest of his life (jail- time) or at minimum be removed from our home by the state. PLEASE pray for him.

Jeff

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Jane – Healing from cancer/Salvation/Forgiveness

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Keith – He lost his wife a little over two months ago.

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For all of our un-saved family members.

Sunday Go To Meeting Bun

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The Bun
by
L.A.

“Father forgive them for they know not what they do.”

Most of us know the story. Jesus has been falsely accused by the Jews, handed over to the Romans and now he has met one of the cruelest of punishments ever devised by man, crucifixion.
The Roman soldiers taunt Him as do the Jewish leaders. They scoff and jeer and hurl insults at Him. Remember not only was Jesus scourged within an inch of his life but he carried the wooden cross beam and then was pierced by three nails, which held him fast to the ancient implement of torture and death.
With all this in mind, He looks down at the people who are more like “raging bulls of Bashan,” and utters what may be one of the most profound remarks found in our Bibles.
Father forgive them for they know not what they do.
Jesus’ statement in the thick of being tortured to death, sets up a mandate for us who are His disciples. Essentially we are to forgive everybody, everything… period.
We are to pray for those who spitefully use us.
We are to bless and not curse those who insult  or injure us.
We are to turn the other cheek to those who strike us.
We are to walk two miles instead of one.
We are to love our enemies.
Who among us can live up to this ideal? Yet, this is what the Christian walk is all about, learning, through the circumstances that life brings our way, to model what our savior did while He was on the earth.

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Go to Meeting Bun!

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Sunday Bun

by

L. A. Marzulli

The deceitfulness of Sin

Let no man say when he is tempted, I am tempted of God: for God cannot be tempted with evil, neither tempteth he any man: But every man is tempted, when he is drawn away of his own lust, and enticed. Then when lust hath conceived, it bringeth forth sin: and sin, when it is finished, bringeth forth death.  James 1:13
When I say this word, sin, at conferences come people cringe. If I talk about it on the radio the host may become uncomfortable. If I confront a non-believer and talk about sin they can start to squirm… literally.
There’s a reason for this. Most of us don’t want to look at our sin, our depravity, our fallen nature. However, the Christian faces his or hers sin, head on, confesses it, asks for forgiveness and then, realizes that our sins are separated from us, as far as the east is from the west, because of the cross of Jesus!
Sin creeps into our lives. James tells us that a man is drawn away by his own lust. Here’s how it works.
A thought may pop into our heads. We may find ourselves making a case against someone in our minds. Soon, we can become bitter against this person, and we find ourselves looking at them with disdain, jealousy, hatred, or envy.
We all fall short of the glory of God. We are all sinners. We all have a fallen nature. Everyone needs the saving grace of Jesus the Messiah.
The Bible tells us: If we say that we have no sin, we deceive ourselves, and the truth is not in us. If we confess our sins, he is faithful and just to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness. If we say that we have not sinned, we make him a liar, and his word is not in us.  1John 1: 8-10
When we sin it can cause us to turn away from God in our shame. We can stop reading His word, fellow-shipping with one another and even stop going to church. Sin, truly leads to death, if it is not checked.
Then there are sins that some of us repeat over and over again. These are habitual sins, and there is usually a stronghold in our life that must be dealt with.
This is when fasting and praying and confessing our sins to another comes into play, as we can break the power of sin in our lives through the greater power of the Spirit of the Living God, who can cleanse us from our sin, and heal the festering wound, or the root of the sin, the stronghold in our lives.
What sin are you struggling with today? Do you feel helpless against it? Does it overpower you? Do you find yourself doing the things that you don’t want to do, just like Paul admits to us in Romans, 7?
The good news is this: Nothing can separate us from the love of God, as there is now no condemnation in Jesus. We are cleansed from our sin by His atoning work on the cross. He truly has taken our sins upon Himself and through His stripes we are healed.
Jesus loves you and me just where we are. He was tempted in all things yet never stumbled. He knows our frame and he remembers that we are but dust.
Go to Him today and confess your sin, ask for forgiveness and then walk in victory and grace.

 

 

 

 

 

Sunday Bun! At SAllome Point in the Future

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Sunday go to Meeting Bun
by
L. A. Marzulli
At Some Point in the future…
The King of Kings will return and he will be seen by everyone, as every eye will see Him.
The wars will stop.
The earthquakes will stop.
The Jews will look upon Him whom they have pierced and mourn for Him.
Every knee will bend and every head will bow in His presence.
Darwinism will never again be spoken of.
Abortion clinics will be no more.
Porno houses will be shut down.
Diseases will cease.
The god of this world will be bound for 1000 years.
There will be no more hunger.
The King will rule from Jerusalem with a rod of iron.
The nations will bring their offerings to Him.
The curse that is between the animal kingdom and human beings will be no more.
Angels will walk amongst us.
There will be one common language on the earth.
The Millennial Kingdom, with Jesus ruling on earth will be for a thousand years.

(I’m in an undisclosed location and might not be able to blog for a while as Internet will become sketchy. L.A.)