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666 – many are aware of these 3 NUMBERS: some through church, some through hollywood

A hexagram is a strong witchcraft sign and has 6 points (as does the “star of David” and flag of Israel). If we’d fully guard against the antichrist there are two other items.

Eight times (Rev 13.16-17, 14.9 & 11, 15.2, 16.2, 19.20, 20.4) Christ warns us about a MARK connected to the antichrist. He tells us the mark will be put on the Right hand or Forehead (13.16), will be required to buy/sell (13.17), will bring God’s wrath (14.9-10), and that it’s THE mark of antichrist’s name (14.11).

And again eight times (Rev 13.14-15, 14.9 & 11, 15.2, 16.2, 19.20, 20.4) Christ warns us about an IMAGE associated with the antichrist. Our idea of solid, three dimensional statues may be dated. This image may be two dimensional, as on a screen, or (Are you ready for this?) a hologram, even hologram in the sky! Reminder – no man knows what Christ looks like.

“But I’ve see His ‘picture’.” No, Friend, you have not. Do NOT believe these pictures!!!

– eab, 8/26/16

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OLD GIANT

 

There was an old giant of Gath,

Whose heart held unholy wrath,

He talked to David of a dog,

But was soon down like a log;

And David was on the Royal path.

– eab 8/16/14

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Truth is liberating. Period.

Truths about God, about His Creation, Redemption, Manhood, Revelation and much more are liberating. The enemy of our souls does NOT want us to be free (he is damned and wants us to be bound and damned as he is). Therefore satan has lied, and lied about everything of eternal importance.

Learn to question all this world “preaches.” Explore the Bible for truth – It is our best tangible source. “And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free” Joh 8.32.

– eab, 5/29/16

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The Word

Matthew 6. 23 – 24

“But if thine eye be evil, thy whole body shall be full of darkness. If therefore the light that is in thee be darkness, how great is that darkness!

“No man can serve two masters: for either he will hate the one, and love the other; or else he will hold to the one, and despise the other. Ye cannot serve God and mammon.”

> > What is there about “cannot” you cannot understand? < <

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The Word

Proverbs 1. 10 – 14

“My son, if sinners entice thee, consent thou not.

“If they say, ‘Come with us, let us lay wait for blood, let us lurk privily for the innocent without cause:

“‘Let us swallow them up alive as the grave; and whole, as those that go down into the pit:

“‘We shall find all precious substance, we shall fill our houses with spoil:

“‘Cast in thy lot among us; let us all have one purse:”

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Lot

The nephew of Abram called Lot;

Sodom he pitched toward, Sodom got.

His daughters were lost;

Sons? Oh, the high cost

Of gaining just what he’d sought.

[Gen 19.14]

– eab, 3/3/05

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HE LOST A LOT

A purchase was made in a town that had class.

The house had a decent and well-shaded plot.

How “lucky” they were to have found it at last,

And soon it was handsomely bought.

2

His mistress was pleased, “The location is great.”

Amenities? Yes!  There had flowed thru her thought;

A vision of high entertainment, of late,

T’was something her soul had long sought.

3

His daughters were also in love with the place,

(Though daily the four of them selfishly fought.)

They loved the attention; they loved the fast pace,

Incredibly more, than they ought.

4

Did this town have action? At night it was “wired!”

(That – long before current men knew the term “watt.”)

Adulteries and shows, fornications were hired.

The city was full of such rot.

5

The house is so perfect, so very “upscale;”

The garden, the orchard, the gold apricot.

But is it not time to consider a sale?

A single look shows such a blot.       

6

Oh, see how the married girls all have become.

Each husband is drinking or is a sad sot.

The two who remain, are unmarried at home.

They’ll likely get, just what “sis” got.

7

But mom has her Garden Club, daughters have peers,

And dad has a seat at the city’s prime “slot.”   

They’ve each gotten used to sin’s grime – without fears.

Besides, who would buy their big yacht?

8

Two angels appeared in the evening, like men.              

The man, wife, and daughters reverted (as taught).

They offered protection from Sodom’s sad sin,

But leaving there seemed a “long shot.”           

9

“My city, so fair on the plains of my dream,

“My Sodom will burn? Get exceedingly hot?”

The son-in-laws doubt him, “Things are what they seem”

“Your daughters will stay. They’ll go not!”        

10

Reluctant to flee, yet forbidden to stay;            

So closely aligned there, so tight was the knot.

They waited, they stalled, “Was there no other way.”

Must they flee their loved “Camelot”?

11

So pulled out by angels – reluctant to start,

Reluctant to leave her young daughter’s new “tot,”

The mother so slowly, but surely lost heart,     

And turned – That’s as far as she got.

12

The city soon burned, scorched by heaven’s own fire.

Position and influence, mansion; were shot.    

Hot brimstone consumed all of one man’s desire,

Sulfuric clouds reigned o’er the spot.

13

“Roll back in your journey, swift suns of my life.”

“Return my lost son-in-laws, children, and wife.”            

“I give you my Sodom, so foolishly sought –”

“I, Lot, lost a lot – on that lot.”             

– eab, May ’01

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