Climate control scapegoat for mass Genocide

Is the climate control agenda the scapegoat for mass genocide? Is genocide the antidote for a pocketed systems inability to confront greed?

The Cow Analogy: Dairy farmers will not keep a cow that no longer produces milk. They will not allow the cow to graze all day, chew on costly grain and consume thousands of gallons of water. If they’re not profiting off the cow they load it into a truck and its off to the slaughter. This sadly is happening with organ harvesting of prisoners in China. In the USA, particularly in California, we can see the cost of living exceeds a humans ability to work full time (minimum wage) and meet the basic essentials required for living, an increase of homelessness, the criminalization of tents in some communities, tax payers who can’t afford to house and care for the lower classes. I can’t help but question the destination of all these humans and I can’t help but remenice back to concentration camps and moments of genocide. If my concerns are invalid, the question remains what’s the fate of the lower classes?

Who is Mahershalalhashbaz?

***Warning, if you aren’t interested in seeking truth, are heavily offended if something counters your beliefs (especially if inherited), do not see the Bible as a mysterious puzzle (message from the Lord) that you can explore until you’re promoted and always learn something new, please do not read this blog. I’m not here to offend or upset you, I merely like to explore, ask questions and hopefully see content with greater commentary and explanations.

If you stand firm in your beliefs, can take a challenge to grab your Bible, check and test things for yourself, enjoy a scriptural challenge and time for deeper meditation and study, this blog is intended for you and I’d love to hear your comments, thoughts and feedback.

“Who is Mahershalalhashbaz?”

If you walked up to people within a church or in an online Bible chat room and asked, “Who’s Mahershalalhashbaz?” What do you think the odds are that they would immediately respond with Isaiah 8:3? I read the Bible and didn’t truly remember his name, not have I heard others speaking of him.

A couple months ago, I was exploring why Jews in Judaism don’t sacrifice animals anymore for sins and heard a man on Utube named Tovia Singer speak. I started listening to some of his videos and he encourages Christians to truly read the context of Isaiah and encourages Christians to look at who the context is referring to as the servant (Jacob/Israel), the verses when the Lord states he’s the only God, Savior, Redeemer, Rock etc. and that there will never be another besides him.

Isaiah 43:11 “I, even I, am the LORD; and beside me there is no saviour.” (We could obviously get into the concept of the Christian trinity here but that’s another discussion).

Anyways I took Tovia Singer’s advice and was reading through Isaiah and reviewed the verse in Isaiah 7:14 and read the following context in Isaiah 8. I noticed that the Lord truly wanted the birth of a baby named Mahershalalhashbaz documented. Isaiah 8:1 expresses the importance of the birth and I honestly have never really heard of Mahershalalhashbaz, have you? You would think the importance the Lord’s stressing here would lead believers on a global level to immediately know Mahershalalhashbaz’s name and the exact verse of where to find his birth?

Isaiah 7:14 Therefore the Lord himself shall give you a sign; Behold, a virgin shall conceive, and bear a son, and shall call his name Immanuel.

Read the definition of “conceive” and pay attention to the scriptures in bold:

CONCEIVE, verb transitive [Latin , to take.] KJV Bible Definition

1. To receive into the womb, and breed; to begin the formation of the embryo or fetus of animal.

Isaiah 8:1 Moreover the Lord said unto me, Take thee a great roll, and write in it with a man’s pen concerning Mahershalalhashbaz.

2 And I took unto me faithful witnesses to record, Uriah the priest, and Zechariah the son of Jeberechiah.

(Was it common for women to be virgins in Isaiah’s day? Could the following Prophetess, potential have been a virgin who Isaiah conceived a son with? Why’s the Lord expressing the importance of  documenting this birth and why don’t most people know who he is?)

3 And I went unto the prophetess; and she conceived, and bare a son. Then said the Lord to me, Call his name Mahershalalhashbaz.

4 For before the child shall have knowledge to cry, My father, and my mother, the riches of Damascus and the spoil of Samaria shall be taken away before the king of Assyria.

5 The Lord spake also unto me again, saying,

6 Forasmuch as this people refuseth the waters of Shiloah that go softly, and rejoice in Rezin and Remaliah’s son;

7 Now therefore, behold, the Lord bringeth up upon them the waters of the river, strong and many, even the king of Assyria, and all his glory: and he shall come up over all his channels, and go over all his banks:

8 And he shall pass through Judah; he shall overflow and go over, he shall reach even to the neck; and the stretching out of his wings shall fill the breadth of thy land, O Immanuel.

9 Associate yourselves, O ye people, and ye shall be broken in pieces; and give ear, all ye of far countries: gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces; gird yourselves, and ye shall be broken in pieces.

10 Take counsel together, and it shall come to nought; speak the word, and it shall not stand: for God is with us.

11 For the Lord spake thus to me with a strong hand, and instructed me that I should not walk in the way of this people, saying,

12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.

13 Sanctify the Lord of hosts himself; and let him be your fear, and let him be your dread.

14 And he shall be for a sanctuary; but for a stone of stumbling and for a rock of offence to both the houses of Israel, for a gin and for a snare to the inhabitants of Jerusalem.

15 And many among them shall stumble, and fall, and be broken, and be snared, and be taken.

16 Bind up the testimony, seal the law among my disciples.

17 And I will wait upon the Lord, that hideth his face from the house of Jacob, and I will look for him.

18 Behold, I and the children whom the Lord hath given me are for signs and for wonders in Israel from the Lord of hosts, which dwelleth in mount Zion.

19 And when they shall say unto you, Seek unto them that have familiar spirits, and unto wizards that peep, and that mutter: should not a people seek unto their God? for the living to the dead?

20 To the law and to the testimony: if they speak not according to this word, it is because there is no light in them.

21 And they shall pass through it, hardly bestead and hungry: and it shall come to pass, that when they shall be hungry, they shall fret themselves, and curse their king and their God, and look upward.

22 And they shall look unto the earth; and behold trouble and darkness, dimness of anguish; and they shall be driven to darkness.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Nose Pointing Towards Damascus 2

I randomly opened my Bible today (09/04/21) to 1 Kings 19:1 “Elijah’s Escape from Jezebel,” and started reading it aloud. An interesting chapter,  Elijah seems to be emotionally exhausted with his life and requests to die. An angel appears and brings him a cake to nourish him back to continue on with his journey. I’ve read 1 Kings previously and 1 Kings 20:34 never really jumped out at me until now, especially given my last blog. Link Here

1 Kings 20:34 KJV) And Ben-hadad said unto him, The cities, which my father took from thy father, I will restore; and thou shalt make streets for thee in Damascus, as my father made in Samaria. Then said Ahab, I will send thee away with this covenant. So he made a covenant with him, and sent him away.

The word for “covenant” in strongs H1285  “Zixa” pronounced, “ber-eeth” Link to Definition Covenant, alliance, pledge, treaty, alliance, league (man to man), constitution, ordinance (monarch to subjects), between God and man, alliance of friendship, covenant (divine ordinance with signs or pledges), covenant making, covenant keeping, covenant violation.

1 Kings 21 Ahab is interested in purchasing Naboth’s vineyard for money to make an herb garden near his house and Naboth states the Lord forbids him to sell because the vineyard is an inheritance of his fathers. Interesting to me is the response of Ahab’s wife Jezebel when he comes home displeased by Naboth’s refusal in 1 Kings 21:8-11 (KJV).

  1.  So she wrote letters in Ahab’s name, and sealed them with his seal, and sent the letters unto the elders and to the nobles that were in his city, dwelling with Naboth.

And she wrote in the letters, saying, Proclaim a fast, and set Naboth on high among the people:

10 And set two men, sons of Belial, before him, to bear witness against him, saying, Thou didst blaspheme God and the king. And then carry him out, and stone him, that he may die.

11 And the men of his city, even the elders and the nobles who were the inhabitants in his city, did as Jezebel had sent unto them, and as it was written in the letters which she had sent unto them.

12 They proclaimed a fast, and set Naboth on high among the people.

13 And there came in two men, children of Belial, and sat before him: and the men of Belial witnessed against him, even against Naboth, in the presence of the people, saying, Naboth did blaspheme God and the king. Then they carried him forth out of the city, and stoned him with stones, that he died.

14 Then they sent to Jezebel, saying, Naboth is stoned, and is dead.

15 And it came to pass, when Jezebel heard that Naboth was stoned, and was dead, that Jezebel said to Ahab, Arise, take possession of the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite, which he refused to give thee for money: for Naboth is not alive, but dead.

16 And it came to pass, when Ahab heard that Naboth was dead, that Ahab rose up to go down to the vineyard of Naboth the Jezreelite, to take possession of it.

After reading 1 King 21:8-11, I was thinking about the power that Jezebel possessed by pretending to write a letter in the name and seal of her husband Ahab. The power was significant  enough to lead a group of men to lie against Naboth, wrongfully convict him of blaspheme of God and the King which ultimately led to him being stoned to death. An innocent man underwent all this pain and suffering, to the extend of a excruciating death so that Ahab could take his vineyard and plant an herb garden.

Now if you reflect back to 1 Kings 20:34 and the covenant that is formed between Ben-hadad and Ahab, realizing the power that Ahab possesses, are you led to believe the covenant is an allegiance with God, (perhaps if the “G” is considered satan) an alliance of friendship, or confederacy for government and territorial control?

 

Isaiah 8:12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.


     

 

 

 

 

Nose Pointing Towards Damascus

Song of Solomon 7:4 Thy neck is as a tower of ivory; thine eyes like the fishpools in Heshbon, by the gate of Bathrabbim: thy nose is as the tower of Lebanon which looketh toward Damascus.

Acts 9:8 And Saul arose from the earth; and when his eyes were opened, he saw no man: but they led him by the hand, and brought him into Damascus. 9 And he was three days without sight, and neither did eat nor drink.

You may have read my scripture comparison between Paul’s epistles in the New Testament and how they contradict Yeshua’s. I searched for scriptural reference that Paul’s epistles had Deuteronomy 4:2 clearance to be received as doctrine and couldn’t find one. In Acts 9:1 Saul meets with the High Priest on a mission to destroy Christians and proceeds to travel on the road to Damascus with a group of men when he encounters a light that shines round about him from heaven and he sees no one yet hears a voice claiming to be Yeshua, who asks him why he persecutes him and tells him to go the city and he’ll be told what to do. In Acts 9:8-9 he’s then led around by a group of men without sight.

Have you seen any other biblical reference of the Lord causing blindness to a character encountering him? Why didn’t the other witnesses become blinded as well? In some occult rituals you can see the use of blindfolding members who are then led around by others who express the need for the light of something other than the Lord to provide them with wisdom and knowledge. The light not of the Lord that leads to the forbidden fruit Adam and Eve consumed that changed our fate and paved the way to the ultimate price of sin. Could it be possible that the blindness in Acts 9:8-9 and Acts 13:6-13 could be symbolic reference to an initiation ritual that stems from Egyptian roots? Although I’m unclear, I’m deeply considering this as the confederacy (group of like minded individuals within a covenant)  wanted to infiltrate Israel and paganize it for unity, even prior to Yeshua, yet a group called the Maccabees wouldn’t permit it. We clearly see the confederacy paganizing Christianity during the Council of Nicea to bring unity by merging Christianity with  Pagan religion and clearly succeeding by creating  modern day holidays deeply rooted in pagan traditions.

Isaiah 8:12 Say ye not, A confederacy, to all them to whom this people shall say, A confederacy; neither fear ye their fear, nor be afraid.

Matthew 24:5 For many shall come in my name, saying, I am Christ; and shall deceive many.

Prior to Yeshua being crucified, Yeshua warns that some would come in his name and fool people. I wrote a previous blog about the symbolic reference of the voice of the Lord coming from the burning bush with Moses and the voice that came from the cloud when the Lord instructed us to hear Yeshua. In the Torah, God had a cloud over the Tabernacle by day and a fire by night which in my opinion offered some form of a symbolic scriptural reference or a potential confirmation that the voice was the Lord’s? In Acts 9:3  a light is shining down around Saul with no other symbolic reference?

I was searching on Utube to study occult rituals and initiations and found an interesting well in Quinta Da Regeleira Spain that is used in initiation rituals. The member stands at the bottom of an empty well and the light from the top shines down around them. I believe, blindfolding is part of the ritual and I immediately thought about Saul’s conversion in the book of Acts 9. The light shining around Saul, could it be symbolic reference to a similar Egyptian rooted initiation process, like standing in the bottom of an empty well in Quinta Da Regeleira, Spain?

Utube Link below for tour:

Well Initiation, Spain

Blindfold Initiation

If you truly meditate on Paul’s epistles can you identify potential methods implemented for social control? Was Paul a true Apostle or confederate leader who was initiated into a secret order for social dominance and government control?

Is Paul’s greeting with a brotherly kiss a symbolic reference to brotherly love or does it remind you of the deadly kiss of Judas, betraying Yeshua goodbye? If it’s brotherly love, when is the last time you witnessed Christian men kissing each other?

My questions have led me to listen to Muslims and Jews scriptural stances because while questioning Paul, there’s further questioning. I realized John the Baptist was baptizing people before Yeshua died on the cross? Why was John the Baptist baptizing as opposed to participating in animal sacrifice for sins? I listened to a man I found on Utube (Tovia Singer) while searching to understand why Jews for Judaism don’t sacrifice animals and learned the Lord instructed a particular place and location that was intended for the sacrificial system which is no longer in force today.

Of course, this led to further questions and research on the forgiveness of sins. Did you ever consider the fact that Moses killed an Egyptian man and later the Lord used Moses as a vessel to write the Ten Commandments? Moses came before Yeshua died on the cross. Do you think the Lord forgave Moses as is the relationship he had with Moses an example of his mercy and forgiveness?

Exodus 2:12 And he looked this way and that way, and when he saw that there was no man, he slew the Egyptian, and hid him in the sand.

In the New Testament, there’s reference to a veil. Is Paul insisting that you’re stepping behind the veil that’s between you and the holiness of the Lord or behind a veil of deception? In the book of Nahum 3:4-5, the Lord speaks to the wellfavored harlot, the mistress of witchcraft and proclaims he will discover thy skirts upon thy face and expose thy nakedness and kingdoms thy shame. Can you see the Lord is dealing with deception and witchcraft in Nahum? In Wiccan magic they refer to a 3 person female deity that makes you consider the concept of the trinity that was birthed during the council of Nicea when the confederacy wanted to merge Christianity and Pagan religion for unity.

Binding and loosing in the spirit realm, telling demons to leave people? Where in the Torah is Israel instructed to do these things? There were Levitical rituals for healing leprosy? It involved animal sacrifice and no acknowledgment of demons?

Drinking blood when the Lord tells us not to in the Torah even if pretending? If you were driving with two teenage sons in the back seat and you heard one swear and told him not to, would you be offended if you looked in your rear view mirror and saw him motioning with his mouth to his brother swear words in an appalling manner? He didn’t say the words but he pretended to. You would be upset right?  I was reading in Ezekiel 39:17-29 regarding the sacrifice and eating flesh and blood and this is puzzling because Ezekiel’s prophesizing for the Lord and stating the Lord’s encouraging what he opposes in Leviticus 17:13-14. I wonder if Ezekiel could error and if satan could confuse things? I may just not be versed enough to understand the context? It also seems unlike the Lord’s character to request that a human consume bread made with human dung and request they eat the bread in the presence of other humans as in Ezekiel 4:12?

Ezekiel 4:12 And thou shalt eat it as barley cakes, and thou shalt bake it with dung that cometh out of man, in their sight. 13. “And the LORD said, Even thus shall the children of Israel eat their defiled bread among the Gentiles, whither I will drive them.” 

Is this truly the Lord speaking through Ezekiel in prophetic manner that’s difficult to grasp, or is Ezekiel a human that can potentially error as the Lord does not change his mind? Would he decide cabalism and eating something as  defiling and unclean as human excrement?

Leviticus 17:13-14 And whatsoever man there be of the children of Israel, or of the strangers that sojourn among you, which hunteth and catcheth any beast or fowl that may be eaten; he shall even pour out the blood thereof, and cover it with dust.

14 For it is the life of all flesh; the blood of it is for the life thereof: therefore I said unto the children of Israel, Ye shall eat the blood of no manner of flesh: for the life of all flesh is the blood thereof: whosoever eateth it shall be cut off.

Interesting to me that Paul refers to hope in the New Testament as being the anchor of the soul. I guess even more interesting is researching the symbolism of an anchor.

Hebrews 6:19 Which hope we have as an anchor of the soul, both sure and stedfast, and which entereth into that within the veil;

Have you ever researched where the anchor symbol comes from? Stare at a picture of an Egyptian Ankh and notice the only difference is two horns coming up?

This blog, is merely an expression of my journey and the passion I feel for the Lord, a desire to know him and his mysteries better,  reflections, insights and hopes to stir up greater conversation and deeper discussions to seek biblical truth. I believe in the Lord and believe that Satan wants people in error because if you can have believers unknowingly practicing idolatry, participating in witchcraft, sorcery, eating defiling food, worshipping other God’s etc. he has more control.  All the biblical translations and misconstrued texts are proof in my mind that there’s a definite truth underlying all the deception that Satan doesn’t want people to get right; ultimately scriptural error is a disarming of power that leads to chastisement and slavery.

I believe seeking truth is difficult when your mind has been programmed from the moment you were born and it’s uncomfortable to hear other ideas that challenge your own, meditate on what they’ve said and research to come to your own opinions. It’s time consuming and emotionally daunting to test the things you’ve been taught your whole life and a grieving process occurs when you discover new truths.

The question I ask myself is do you want to inherit your beliefs and trust another human to define your belief systems or do you want to continue on your journey and discover your own? What’s the worst that can happen, you might learn something? You might un-learn something? You might stumble on the narrow path that truly leads to the Kingdom of the Lord?

 

Enjoy your journey.

 

 

 

 

Protecting the Weak: Torah vs. New Testament

Blog post: In California, a human being can’t work a full time minimum wage job and afford the basic elements of survival and homelessness is becoming criminal. In a world plagued with COVID and greed, a question I pose is “what’s going to happen to the lower classes?” What was God’s expectation of us to protect the weak and how did that expectation change in the New Testament?

https://anchor.fm/dana-lou/episodes/Protecting-the-Weak-Torah-vs–New-Testament-e16j7fo

Father Cultivating Leaders: Sinners?

I was meditating a few nights ago about the story of Moses and his miraculous journey as a Hebrew baby placed in a basket and into a river by his Mother in obedience to Pharaoh. Interestingly, the same Pharaoh that ordered all male Hebrew babies be killed had a daughter that found Moses in the river and decided to raise him as her own.

A Hebrew orphan, miraculous saved by the Egyptian daughter of the man who wanted to take his life, Moses is raised by what you may equate to royalty.

Baby Moses grows up to become a man and is forced to flee from Pharaoh after he learns Moses killed an Egyptian for smiting a Hebrew.

Exodus 2:12 and he looked this way and that way, and when he saw that there was no man, he slew the Egyptian, and hid him in the sand.

Despite his sin, Moses is the vessel in the Old Testament that Father uses to write his commandments and lead Israel out of Egypt. I was thinking about the sin of murder and how even after Moses kills an Egyptian in Exodus 2:12, Father still seems to see a seed in Moses that he cultivates for leadership.

I posed many questions and asked Father why he chose Moses. Did he see the killing as a mere expression of defending the weak against the mighty? Perhaps he saw that Moses had compassion and empathy for a human being oppressed? Could Moses’s actions be an example of loving a neighbor as yourself? Regardless of the reasons, it’s always been my understanding that the Father sees all sin as sin. In other words murder is murder and Moses stood convicted.

After contemplation,  I concluded that the reason the Father chose Moses was that he couldn’t tolerated oppression and injustice and had a willingness to want get involved. Although he sinned, he received mercy as expressed in Exodus 33:19 when the Bible states the Father will show mercy on whomever he wishes to show mercy. The Father also knows your heart, thoughts, intentions, he’s the ultimate judge despite what the world says and he’s capable of identifying and recognizing true repentance.

After Moses flees from his sin, he becomes a Shepard, a job that might be humbling after being raised by Pharaoh’s daughter, yet the Father seems to humble Moses to prepare him to lead Israel out of Egypt.

In my opinion, Moses’s story exemplifies Father’s miraculous grace and mercy and also the power that comes from Moses’s relationship with him; evidenced when Father asks Moses to throw down his rod and it turns into a serpent (Exodus 4:3) or when Father parts the Red Sea (Exodus 14:21).

While contemplating Father’s mercy on Moses and sin, I started thinking about prisoners and how they could benefit emotionally by exploring the Bible.  I envisioned a picture of a man I saw on a prison documentary who had tattooed his face and viewed the action as self-hatred bleeding inside-out.

Satan causes a human being to feel worthless, guilt, shamed, condemned, angry etc. and demons can cause human beings to scribble over their face, (a precious masterpiece of Father, as he created man in his own image) as a desperate expression of Satan’s desire to destroy his creation.

Facial tattoos are not the only self-inflicted abuse, there are many other forms and I believe people don’t even realize they’re abusing themselves due to self hatred. (Cutting, bodily-harm, addictions, eating disorders, placing oneself in danger etc).

In John 10:10 the Bible states that Satan comes to kill, steal and destroy and I feel as though Satan constantly wants to remind mankind of repented and changed sin to bind them in guilt and in self-hatred to hinder them from fulfilling the purpose Father has for them.

Revelation 12:11 And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb, and by the word of their testimony; and they loved not their lives unto the death.

Undeniably, Yeshua paid the ultimate price for sin by being crucified on the cross for everyone as he also left behind a healing ministry to rid sinners of demons and bring people to repentance and baptism. I studied criminal justice for 4 years and have always been interested in prisons, social issues that lead to incarceration, criminal rehabilitation and enjoy documentaries about prisons.  There’s a spiritual component to human behavior and behind the prison overcrowding. When I listen to the prisoners stories and testimonies, the medicine they’re seeking is the love of Father and his son Yeshua.

I personally see the overcrowding of prisons is primarily due to drugs and the cause is humans are escaping and numbing their human suffering. Sadly, to the extent that many numb until they die by overdose.

Humans who numb their suffering can’t be healed by more aggravated and intensified human suffering or by being treated like animals. While the animal like treatment may permanently keep them encaged and the economy can profit off their life-long debilitation, any goal promoting returning the prisoners to society to become taxpayers will more than likely fail.

I find it interesting that even prior to Yeshua’s ministry in the Old Testament we can see that the Father had mercy on Moses after killing someone. Satan wants people to be stuck in guilt, steal their lives, destroy their bodies and ultimately wants humans to sacrifice their souls to him and kill themselves.

The love prisoners often desire they seek from gang membership that can cause them to commit crime. The emotional pain of rejection, worthlessness and self-hatred can be fulfilled by a relationship with the Father and his son Yeshua. The Bible explains why Yeshua had to suffer and the cause of human suffering. I believe the Bible can cause a paradigm-shift in thought, that your human suffering is necessary, unavoidable and can help ease the desire to numb. Also the feeling of acknowledging that the Father loves you, even if you feel that no one else does can be medicinal.

Father’s mercy on Moses after he killed an Egyptian is no different than the mercy received by Mary Magdalene’s sins by Yeshua. Despite some critics, Mary Magdalene had seven demons delivered out of her and she was discipled by Yeshua in a male dominated period of time. This is evident when Martha (Mary’s sister) interrupted Yeshua teaching her so she could help with chores. Yeshua did not permit it. (Luke 10:39-42). Also, Simon tells Yeshua in (Luke 7:39-50) that he shouldn’t allow Mary Magdalene to touch his feet as she’s a known sinner. Yeshua doesn’t ask her to stop what she’s doing, he merely explains to Simon in a parable why she’s forgiven and it’s due to her loving him much.

When people slander people they’re doing Satan’s job. We have to remember who loves us, his sovereignty and that he’s the judge. Also, I don’t think we should come into agreement with the world’s view of our worth, capabilities, judgements or ideas for our future. We should look to Father and ask him to align our feet with his will and purpose for our lives. Yeshua prayed hours before selecting his disciples and he didn’t look at a carnal list of resumes, qualifications and characteristics, he asked Father to guide him to select people with different backgrounds who align with his will and purposes. (Remember, that even Judas had a purpose).

Only the Father knows his will and purpose for your life and when the world wants to wave your past in front of you, it helps to remember Father’s mercy and his Son who died for you. We can also be encouraged by characters such as Moses and Mary Magdalene and many other Bible stories.

“When the world rejects you, hates you and despises you, Lord LOVES you so much he died for you.”

Satan is NOT the GOD of this World

https://anchor.fm/dana-lou/episodes/Satan-is-NOT-the-GOD-of-this-World-e13a21f

Commuting to work and had a quick question to pose to everyone. In 2 Corinthians 4:4 Paul is quoted as referring to Satan being the God of this world? (According to NLT and some translations). If he means the Father of this world and 1 and only God, why not express it verbally? Can you find any scripture where Israel referred to Satan as the God of anything? Do you think Yeshua would refuse to bow down and worship Satan and then condone us referring to a fallen angel as a God? What scripture from Yeshua, Moses or any scripture from the Lord can you find that supports the Father condoning this? The Father created the world in 7 days and we are to have no other God’s. Satan was kicked out of heaven for his desire to be equal to God. I’d love to hear your scriptures? Also, odd how 2 Corinthians 4:4 includes reference to “blinding of minds” and Saul/Paul was blinded by a light from heaven and a group of men led him on the road to Damascus in Acts 9:8-9. Is there any symbolic reference? Are their ancient Egyptian rooted societies that partake in rituals involving the loss of sight and blindfolding?

Confectioner’s Glaze – Beetlejuice!?!

I was checking on a candy to see if it had gelatin today and if it was contaminated with pork. The candy didn’t have gelatin; however, contained an ingredient called “Confectioner’s Glaze.” Curious, I googled the ingredient and was shocked when I learned it contained, “Beetlejuice… Beetlejuice… BEETLEJUICE!!!?

Confectioner’s Glaze is made from shellac and is actually the sticky secretion from lac insects. The secretions are heated, refined and approved for use on foods. Shellac is most often used on candy, produce, pills and as paint for wood.

Below are a couple of interesting articles I found that I thought I’d share. Plenty more if you Google search, “Confectioner’s Glaze.” You would never think the innocent, powdered sugar type term, would contain something that God forbids and says is unclean. In fact, all bugs except the Locust a type of grasshopper are unclean and God forbids us to eat as bugs were not intended for human consumption. Candy manufacturer’s are spraying a bug spray type candy glaze, a man-made, unclean pesticide all over some of the most popular candies on the market. I think it’s pure trick-er-y to get you outright sick-er-y. 

https://support.peta.org/page/1366/action/1?locale=en-US

https://tasteforlife.com/living/baby-kids/what-to-know-about-confectioners-glaze