Leave a comment

Latent Power of the Soul – Watchman Nee

I have some thoughts regarding Watchman Nee’s Latent Power of the Soul. I read the book about 3 years ago, and it impacted me greatly. I have come to the conclusion that it is a book that every Christian should read, as I think it is essential for understanding these times.
Without going in depth, my thoughts in point form are:
1) Satan is not out to “get” humanity so much as to use them. “Trafficking in the souls of men”, which Nee quotes from Revelations on the first page, shows that man is a commodity to him. So there is something very valuable in mankind that he wants. It is definitely not all about “causing God pain” as I was always taught.
2) What we have he doesn’t have. This follows, and goes without saying, but it is an important point. I think this goes along the line of being “fit extensions” as Tom Horn has brought out.
3) What we have is this latent power that Nee brings up. Satan wants to put man in a position where man uses the soul power, but since it is tainted by sin, this power is of no use to God. In fact, in its essence it is evil.
4) This is the most important point I believe, but not the conclusion. It is ESSENTIAL that Christians today learn to cap their soul power, to render it useless. We must be dead – it is no longer us that lives, but Christ that lives through us. The modern day church is in grave danger of doing things presumptiously, of doing great works without the Holy Spirit. Since this will be in sin, it is then usd by Satan. It must always be God, and never us, that does the “greater works”.
5) After reading Ken Johnson’s book on Pagan Religions (Doctrine of Emanations for this point), and hearing Marcus Samuel mention one night how the Great Deceiver has actually deceived himself, I believe that Satan actually believes he can win a war with God. What he wants in these last days is to build a spiritual pyramid, with all the zombies underneath, all connected, all using their power willingly, and Satan wants to direct this power at the throne of God. I truly believe that that this is his end goal, and mankind is becoming willing dupes.
Again, I believe it is the remnant’s task to make sure that it is always the Holy Spirit working, and not us. I didn’t get that teaching much in the church. It always seemed as if I was supposed to be “doing great things” in the name of God, using God’s power like a sword. I now realize that that fits right into Satan’s hand.
Latent Power of the Soul is essential reading.

=-=-=-=-=
Powered by Blogilo

=-=-=-=-=
Powered by Blogilo

1 Comment

Latent Power of the Soul – Watchman Nee

I have some thoughts regarding Watchman Nee’s Latent Power of the Soul. I read the book about 3 years ago, and it impacted me greatly. I have come to the conclusion that it is a book that every Christian should read, as I think it is essential for understanding these times.
Without going in depth, my thoughts in point form are:
1) Satan is not out to “get” humanity so much as to use them. “Trafficking in the souls of men”, which Nee quotes from Revelations on the first page, shows that man is a commodity to him. So there is something very valuable in mankind that he wants. It is definitely not all about “causing God pain” as I was always taught.
2) What we have he doesn’t have. This follows, and goes without saying, but it is an important point. I think this goes along the line of being “fit extensions” as Tom Horn has brought out.
3) What we have is this latent power that Nee brings up. Satan wants to put man in a position where man uses the soul power, but since it is tainted by sin, this power is of no use to God. In fact, in its essence it is evil.
4) This is the most important point I believe, but not the conclusion. It is ESSENTIAL that Christians today learn to cap their soul power, to render it useless. We must be dead – it is no longer us that lives, but Christ that lives through us. The modern day church is in grave danger of doing things presumptiously, of doing great works without the Holy Spirit. Since this will be in sin, it is then usd by Satan. It must always be God, and never us, that does the “greater works”.
5) After reading Ken Johnson’s book on Pagan Religions (Doctrine of Emanations for this point), and hearing Marcus Samuel mention one night how the Great Deceiver has actually deceived himself, I believe that Satan actually believes he can win a war with God. What he wants in these last days is to build a spiritual pyramid, with all the zombies underneath, all connected, all using their power willingly, and Satan wants to direct this power at the throne of God. I truly believe that that this is his end goal, and mankind is becoming willing dupes.
Again, I believe it is the remnant’s task to make sure that it is always the Holy Spirit working, and not us. I didn’t get that teaching much in the church. It always seemed as if I was supposed to be “doing great things” in the name of God, using God’s power like a sword. I now realize that that fits right into Satan’s hand.
Latent Power of the Soul is essential reading.

=-=-=-=-=
Powered by Blogilo

Leave a comment

Ancient Humans of Paracas Are Victims of a Twisted Tale by Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell at AIG March 6, 2014 – A response

Extra skull mass and volume does not equal headboarding
I read Dr. Mitchell’s article today. I can’t take the time to properly give a rebuttal to her cursory critique of the elongated skulls. But I felt it necessary to write a brief letter saying that I find it quite disappointing that AIG and Dr. Mitchell have so passively brushed off this issue. There are many many books now written about what Genesis 6 was all about, that “all flesh was corrupted”, who exactly the B’nai elohim were, and why it took a flood to deal with them. “As it was in the days of Noah” is not just about corruption and gluttony. 
I think Dr. Mitchell, and AIG in general, needs to take bit more time to do a bit more research on what “There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown” actually meant. Jude and Peter both refer to this event, actually quoting the Book of Enoch in the process. The legends of giants are all over the earth. The pyramids are all over the earth. Something happened. The tribes of Israel actually encountered giants in Canaan. Goliath was really a giant. The Book of Jasher says – “and they practiced the mixing of species in order to provoke the Lord.” How did that happen?
And now we’re doing it again.
These skulls aren’t human. Straight up, no way. Anyone can see that by just looking at them. The rest of the evidence lays this to rest. So then what were they? Dr. Mitchell has not answered that question well enough, because she has passed it off without doing the research.
We’re in the days of Noah again. And the nephilim are returning, because the sequel to the twisted tale is being written. The Ancient Alien series is going strong for a reason, and if Christians pass this off as fantasy by a warped public mind, they are missing it extremely. How will the Christian respond when their hearts might “fail them for fear for the things which are coming upon the earth”?
Anyways, others with way more credentials and research have done a much better job than I. Please take the time Dr. Mitchell to read some of them. Do the research, just like you did when you studied for your degrees.
Thanks for your time.
Leave a comment

Ancient Humans of Paracas Are Victims of a Twisted Taleby Dr. Elizabeth Mitchellat AIG March 6, 2014- A response

Extra skull mass and volume does not equal headboarding
To Dr. Mitchell at Answers in Genesis:
I read Dr. Mitchell’s article today. I can’t take the time to properly give a rebuttal to her cursory critique of the elongated skulls. But I felt it necessary to write a brief letter saying that I find it quite disappointing that AIG and Dr. Mitchell have so passively brushed off this issue. There are many many books now written about what Genesis 6 was all about, that “all flesh was corrupted”, who exactly the B’nai elohim were, and why it took a flood to deal with them. “As it was in the days of Noah” is not just about corruption and gluttony.
I think Dr. Mitchell, and AIG in general, needs to take bit more time to do a bit more research on what “There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown” actually meant. Jude and Peter both refer to this event, actually quoting the Book of Enoch in the process. The legends of giants are all over the earth. The pyramids are all over the earth. Something happened. The tribes of Israel actually encountered giants in Canaan. Goliath was really a giant. The Book of Jasher says – “and they practiced the mixing of species in order to provoke the Lord.” How did that happen?
And now we’re doing it again.
These skulls aren’t human. Straight up, no way. Anyone can see that by just looking at them. The rest of the evidence lays this to rest. So then what were they? Dr. Mitchell has not answered that question well enough, because she has passed it off without doing the research.
We’re in the days of Noah again. And the nephilim are returning, because the sequel to the twisted tale is being written. The Ancient Alien series is going strong for a reason, and if Christians pass this off as fantasy by a warped public mind, they are missing it extremely. How will the Christian respond when their hearts might “fail them for fear for the things which are coming upon the earth”?
Anyways, others with way more credentials and research have done a much better job than I. Please take the time Dr. Mitchell to read some of them. Do the research, just like you did when you studied for your degrees.
Thanks for your time.
Leave a comment

Ancient Humans of Paracas Are Victims of a Twisted Tale by Dr. Elizabeth Mitchell at AIG March 6, 2014 – A response

Extra skull mass and volume does not equal headboarding
I read Dr. Mitchell’s article today. I can’t take the time to properly give a rebuttal to her cursory critique of the elongated skulls. But I felt it necessary to write a brief letter saying that I find it quite disappointing that AIG and Dr. Mitchell have so passively brushed off this issue. There are many many books now written about what Genesis 6 was all about, that “all flesh was corrupted”, who exactly the B’nai elohim were, and why it took a flood to deal with them. “As it was in the days of Noah” is not just about corruption and gluttony. 
I think Dr. Mitchell, and AIG in general, needs to take bit more time to do a bit more research on what “There were giants in the earth in those days; and also after that, when the sons of God came in unto the daughters of men, and they bare children to them, the same became mighty men which were of old, men of renown” actually meant. Jude and Peter both refer to this event, actually quoting the Book of Enoch in the process. The legends of giants are all over the earth. The pyramids are all over the earth. Something happened. The tribes of Israel actually encountered giants in Canaan. Goliath was really a giant. The Book of Jasher says – “and they practiced the mixing of species in order to provoke the Lord.” How did that happen?
And now we’re doing it again.
These skulls aren’t human. Straight up, no way. Anyone can see that by just looking at them. The rest of the evidence lays this to rest. So then what were they? Dr. Mitchell has not answered that question well enough, because she has passed it off without doing the research.
We’re in the days of Noah again. And the nephilim are returning, because the sequel to the twisted tale is being written. The Ancient Alien series is going strong for a reason, and if Christians pass this off as fantasy by a warped public mind, they are missing it extremely. How will the Christian respond when their hearts might “fail them for fear for the things which are coming upon the earth”?
Anyways, others with way more credentials and research have done a much better job than I. Please take the time Dr. Mitchell to read some of them. Do the research, just like you did when you studied for your degrees.
Thanks for your time.
3 Comments

God Must be an Ego Fanatic


I’ve often thought about things I believe, and reasons to defend them. It’s not always easy. Take worshipping God. On the surface, it’s hard to explain away an omnipotent deity who demands our worship. Why demand? Why when we read Revelations are there thousands of thousands gathered around His throne, worhsipping and praising and going on and on. In fact, we even see that in the Bible God has actually created some beings whose sole purpose it is to praise Him day and night, incessantly for all eternity. It seems, say, a little egotistical.

I’ve been reading “Destined for the Throne” by Paul E. Billheimer, a truly great book that used to be on my dad’s shelf, but I don’t think he ever read. Hopefully I’ll blog about the main thesis one day, but I wanted to focus on one quote that really stood out to me yesterday.

“For any created being to make itself or any other thing but God the center of his world is catastrophic and self-destructive” – p.97

Bang – it hit me, one of those thoughts that I’ve had or heard before but it never really sunk in. There is nothing else worthy of our worship, and if we don’t worship the Almighty Creator of Heaven and earth, we will worship something else. And that false worship destroys us. We can’t say that we will worship nothing, because whatever we focus our attention on and our time on becomes worship. If we spend our money on ourselves and on entertainment, we worship those things. If we spend our time and money on doing good works, we worship the good works. If we spend our time and money in worship of Father God, of doing the things He is asking of us, of being His child and His Son’s betrothed, then that’s where our heart is. But we will worship. We can do nothing less.

And if we direct our attention away from Jesus, away from His written word, if our focus is “other than”, we destroy ourselves. Only God is worthy. Only Father deserves our praise. Only Him.

And that’s not egotistical. That’s how it must be, because we are talking about the infinite, omnipotent, omniscient, only true God, who always was, and always will be, the First, the Last, our Redeemer, Saviour, and Lord of All Lords. I was meditating on the upcoming Passover the other night and the blood on the doorposts and lintel, and I felt Jesus say to put down the book for a moment, and when I did, He shouted clearly in my spirit, I AM THE DOOR! I AM THE DOOR! I   AM   THE   DOOR!

And I worshipped Him.

God has these created beings to worship Him because of Who He is. It can’t be any other way, because if it could, He would cease to be Who He is. He would no longer be the centre. He would no longer be the only true and living Word. He would no longer be eternal. He would cease to be Adonai and Yahweh.

So I choose to worship nothing else but the One that must be worshipped. And you know what? It sets me free.

Leave a comment

Libya – Another poster country for empire

Ever since the launch of Odyssey Dawn, I have been keeping my pulse on Libya. In fact, I admit that I didn’t know much about Libya before. Gaddafi was simply a weird, conceited man that who looked like a combination of Keith Richards and one of those guys who sang YMCA. And he is supposed to have been a brutal dictator who abused and killed his people indiscriminately.

At least that’s what we’re told. But if know anything of my journey the last several years, it gets harder and harder to believe anything we’re told. Why do we anyways? We were lied to repeatedly (as one tiny example) about those WMDS in Iraq.  Can we trust anything the media says anymore? There’s only 4 major multinational corporations that are all tied together with other corporations, oil, and governments. Shouldn’t we take a little more discriminating look at the facts before we pass judgment on Libya? A little late now, but the purpose of this article is to set the record a little straighter than “Take the mad dog out!”

Libya has (had….) the highest standard of living in the entire African continent. That’s a fact. As well,

1. Libya is Africa’s largest exporter of oil, 1.7 million tons a day,
which quickly was reduced to 300-400,000 ton due to US-NATO bombing.
Libya exports 80% of its oil: 80% of that to several EU lands (32%
Italy, 14% Germany, 10% France); 10% China; 5% USA.

2. Gaddafi has been preparing to launch a gold dinar for oil trade with
all of Africa’s 200 million people and other countries interested.
French President Nickola Sarkozy called this, “a threat for financial
security of mankind”. Much of France’s wealth—more than any other
colonial-imperialist power—comes from exploiting Africa.

3. Central Bank of Libya is 100% owned by state (since 1956) and is thus
outside of multinational corporation control (BIS-Banking International
Settlement rules for private interests). The state can finance its own
projects and do so without interest rates

4. Gaddafi-Central Bank used $33 billion, without interest rates, to
build the Great Man-Made River of 3,750 kilometers with three parallel
pipelines running oil, gas and water supplying 70% of the people (4.5 of
its 6 million) with clean drinking and irrigation water.

5. The Central Bank also financed Africa’s first communication satellite
with $300 million of the $377 cost. It started up for all Africa,
December 26, 2007, thus saving the 45-African nations an annual fee of
$500 million pocketed by Europe for use of its satellites and this means
much less cost for telephones and other communication systems.

The fact that our newly elected official oppostition, the NDP party of Canada, those saviors of the regular blue collar worker, voted unanimously to support Canada’s role in bombing Libya just serves to remind us that government is no longer to be trusted. I’m a little bitter because I voted NDP this last election. My own MP, when I asked him about this, informed me that the NDP decided to support this mission after being taught by Ed Broadbent, Alexa McDonagh, and Stephen Lewis that this was in the best interest of the world and of Libya, to remove Gaddafi from power.

And, let the drums roll please!!!!! (or are those war drums….), the same scenario is happening all over again with Syria and Iran.

I have a message for the war mongers – we don’t buy it anymore. Take our tax money, fight your wars, kill innocent people. Go ahead. We do not support these wars – we are against them. The blood which you desire so strongly will stain your clothes, your offspring, and your very heart, and the God of Justice will require it all of you. Their blood will cry out from the earth and will not bring what you think it’s going to bring.

Follow

Get every new post delivered to your Inbox.