Just How Sick is Hillary Clinton? What the Press is Not Telling You

Absolute Truth from the Word of God

SICK HILLARY

In December of 2012, Hillary Clinton suffered a severe concussion after an accident.     At the Benghazi hearings, we saw Hillary wearing thick glass lenses. Doctors have said that those particular lenses have prisms in them for people who are suffering with double vision.

From the Dailymail.co.uk

Bill Clinton reveals it took Hillary ‘six months of very serious work to get over’ her concussion after accident – so why did State Department claim that she ‘fully recovered’ a month later

Former Secretary of State Hillary Clinton suffered a concussion and blood clot in December 2012, for which she was hospitalized for three days
Karl Rove suggested last week that Hillary Clinton is hiding something about her health

On Tuesday Bill Clinton spoke out about his wife’s health and said ‘there’s nothing to’ the Republican’s claims

Hillary’s concussion ‘required six months of very serious work to get over,’ Bill said…

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His goodness and my misinterpretation 

Such wisdom from someone so young.

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Sometimes I have conversations with the Lord that look a little like this:

Him: be open to what I have for your future.

me: Where am I going? When am I going? Who will be there? How will I tell the people I love? What if people disagree? What if I miss what You have for me? How will I provide for myself or my family? What if I can’t do it?

Him: beloved, wait. I have been where you will go. I know your journey. I AM.

me: but…

Him: beloved, wait… and in waiting, do.

I am a person who so desperately wants to know. I am a person who will allow myself to become so engulfed in the end that I forget that there is a middle. I wonder, I obsess, and I become so consumed that I fall into a pit of despair. I have to…

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Why I Don’t Want America to Come Back to God…

Why I Don’t Want America to Come Back to God…

brandon andress

I write this in an attempt at promoting a culture of dialogue and civility, even though both are in short supply these days. It seems as if most people have their heels dug in and their minds made up on every issue already, so what’s the point of attempting dialogue? It’s a great question that deserves a serious answer in a time when most people talk passed each other, only thinking about what can be said next to win the argument, rather than taking the more humble and disciplined postures of listening and contemplating.

While I am still but a student in the disciplines of listening and contemplating, the greatest areas of growth in my life have come as a result of being able to listen and contemplate thoughts and ideas that I had previously and whole-heartedly rejected. It is only when we can take a humble posture and being…

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We are the shadow of the Rock

A Call To The Remnant

Behold, a king shall reign in righteousness, and princes shall rule in judgment. And a man shall be as an hiding place from the wind, and a cover from the tempest; as rivers of water in a dry place, as the shadow of a great rock in a weary land. And the eyes of them that see shall not be dim, and the ears of them that hear shall hearken. The heart also of the rash shall understand knowledge, and the tongue of the stammerers shall be ready to speak plainly. (Isa 32:1-4)

When Christ rules in the heart of a man or in the Body of believers then righteousness flows like a mighty river. When Jesus has His place among us then and only then are we salt and light to the world. In a dark world which grows darker by the day, the Lord has called forth such…

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