I came across the following video and was struck by the truth in it. It seems as if the majority of the people in the world are oblivious to the tragedies that are playing out across the world and are instead immersed in their version of reality. It’s sad and frustrating that they refuse to open their eyes to what is happening. Time is so much shorter than they realize, and so many are ill-prepared.
I am revamping this particular post because I think it might be misleading with the title I gave it. I most definitely believe in creation science – that God created the earth in 6 days and rested on the 7th. Just how long those days were – either a literal 24 hours or 1000 years – is another story.
In any case, these videos were made awhile ago by a scientist who might very well have disproved the theory of evolution. It has to do with radioactive “halos” discovered in granite that shouldn’t be there. Instead of trying to explain it, I’ll let you watch them for yourself.
Enjoy. I know I did. :)
Corrie ten Boom has to be one of my all-time favorite heroines. This woman survived the horrors of the Nazi death camps. If you’ve never read her incredible story, I suggest you get your hands on it. It will inspire you.
In the meantime, I stumbled upon a letter she wrote that was posted on another blog. It addresses the false teaching of the pre-tribulation rapture. Like Corrie, I believe that many will lose their faith or fall away when they are faced with the fact that they will have to go through the tribulation and quite possibly be persecuted and killed.
Millions of Christians around the world have already been persecuted, tortured and killed for their belief in Jesus Christ. You don’t hear about it in the lamestream media because they are under the rule of the enemy. The enemy’s tactic is to keep the American Christians blind to the fact that many of their brothers and sisters are being killed daily for their testimony. Let them become complacent so that when they finally wake up and find themselves in the midst of the tribulation, they won’t be prepared and many of them will flee the faith.
I just got back from visiting my parents down on the Kenai Peninsula. It was a nice, relaxing three days. I was fortunate enough to get some photos of eagles on my way down, so I thought I’d share them.
The first few pictures in this slideshow were taken at my house of chickadees. The following ones are of eagles on the Kenai River at Cooper Landing. The rest of are of my parents’ new dog.