Celestial Nomad 2022

Jan. 17, 2022
 
Thoughts On Isaiah 9.
 
"For unto us a Child is born, Unto us a Son is given; And the government will be upon His shoulder. And His name will be called Wonderful, Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father, Prince of PEACE. Of THE INCREASE OF HIS GOVERNMENT AND PEACE THERE WILL BE NO END, Upon the throne of David and over His kingdom, To order it and establish it with judgment and justice From that time forward, even forever. The zeal of the Lord of hosts will perform this."
 
I question a certain popular Evangelical spokesperson's "prophecy" that "peace has been taken from the earth." If that is so, then the Omnipresent One is no longer omnipresent, along with all His characteristics. It is useful to think about and to discern what even well intentioned people are putting out there. I think this person has the best of intentions, but sometimes in zeal his mouth may get ahead of his intentions.
 
Peace cannot be taken from the beloved of the Beloved, nor is it removed! If God is omnipresent, so is His peace. All God's "traits" are with Him. Therefore, if He is present everywhere, so are they. It may be imperceptible due to the spiritual state of many, but, as Scripture is clear - nothing can separate us from the love of Christ.
 
If He Who is love is here, then so is His peace. There are very extreme situations and turmoil and threat in these days, yes, but they do not have the power to remove God's peace from the earth or from those who know and love Him. What has happened is that men have moved away from God and consequently His peace, by the most flagrant rebellion, and separated themselves from their Creator Who presides over all that is. They have separated from Him in heart, in spirit, and by choices of the body.
 
They refuse His peace. Some refuse it through out and out sinful rebellion and a refusal to repent and turn to Him. Others allow fear to overtake them, so they give in to it and compromise their souls.
 
But His peace is always here and now, whether or not one is comprehending it or apprehending it by drawing near to God and seeking Him. If anyone left, it's probably the human element!
 
(See Romans 8 and its promises.)
 
There is a glorious dawn that arises after this dark night. Let's look also to that, and to the peace that passes all understanding - through the Spirit of Christ and His Word, which are a lamp unto our feet and a light unto our path.
 
"...Weeping may stay the night, but joy comes in the morning." Psalm 30:5. And when joy arrives, she will bring peace with her. The night has the peculiar quality of readying the soul to perceive and to receive peace and joy, which are the fruit of the Holy Spirit.
 
There is a purpose to everything that is happening. "For our light affliction, which is but for a moment, is working for us a far more exceeding and eternal weight of glory." 2 Corinthians 4:17.
 
A response "in spite of" the darkness: "Rejoice in the Lord always. Again I will say, rejoice! Let your gentleness be known to all men. The Lord is at hand. Be anxious for nothing, but in everything by prayer and supplication, with thanksgiving, let your requests be made known to God; and the PEACE OF GOD, which surpasses all understanding, will guard your hearts and minds through Christ Jesus. Finally, brethren, whatever things are true, whatever things are noble, whatever things are just, whatever things are pure, whatever things are lovely, whatever things are of good report, if there is any virtue and if there is anything praiseworthy - meditate on these things. The things which you learned and received and heard and saw in me, these do, and THE GOD OF PEACE will be with you." Philippians 4:4-8.
 

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Jan. 14, 2022

 

Please view the video before reading the comments.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=2Kla5mRBNS0

I'm glad someone posted this video and has a EweTube channel. This is the town where I grew up - a once prospering, safe, and fun place to live, formerly with a good public school system, and one of the best high schools in the state.

This is what it's become.

The same politics and social agenda that began infesting it circa 1968 are now in full launch mode across the USA and the whole world for that matter. If this is not challenged, called out, and stopped the entire USA is going to be reduced to the same desolate junk pile in a few years, via BLM, ANTIFA, and the rest of their handlers and traitors in federal government alphabet soup letter agencies. (Let's be clear, it was not the intent of this town's residents, yet there are some who in any setting will be misled by certain ideologies.)

This is what the social engineers want for the entire world. May we wake up and smell the coffee before it's too late.

PS: The "GM modality treatments" are an added techno-pharmaceutical feature adding threat, fear, and force to the program.

Welcome to the Brave New World Order.

 

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Jan. 6, 2022
 
God is good. He is interested in the little things in our life. Today I have a few good little things to report on. I hope you find them uplifting and encouraging.
 
First of all my hubby took me out for lunch on a day when the roads and weather are hazardous. I really appreciated it. Although we're no longer spring chickens, he still plowed and shoveled the driveway, He keeps up outside chores in summer. He's truly amazing. And I appreciate him.
 
While we were waiting for a table to be cleared, I prayed for the server to be an attentive one. She was very much that and also very kind. So my little prayer was answered, and we enjoyed a good dinner attended to by a sweet young woman with a servant's heart. Servanthood matters...
 
And I'm learning to pray about the little things like that. There's no detail of our life that our Lord does not have in hand. And sometimes He wants us to notice it and give thanks. Especially when we ask and He obliges.
 
On the way out, the little entryway to the restaurant had become quite slippery, and as I remarked about it to my hubby, a young fellow pops up out of nowhere and says, "Ma'am, would you like some help?" Then he offered me his arm to lean on while I walked down the little slope. That was one of the most considerate things I've experienced from a complete stranger in a public place in a long time. Young people like that give us hope that life will continue as it should here on Planet Earth.
 
Often people are in a hurry, so they will rush to the door to go in first, so they don't have to wait to hold it open for anyone else. I recall recently having several boxes in my arms, and as I got to the door, someone who was looking out that door walked away as I approached! Deliberate or just insensitive? So I struggled to open it and go into the building. I was stunned.
 
But today's happening was an entirely unexpected and pleasant gesture!
 
So this young fellow impressed me today. So did our server. They were kind, noticed before being asked for help, and acted. Noticing others matters. Being considerate matters.
 
And I believe that much of life is based upon a sowing and reaping principle. Whatever we give forth, or hold back, so it comes to us. I've never seen it fail.
 
God is good, and He shows His kindness often in the little things of everyday life, through people, situations, and even the animals that interact with us. We might think it has to be all "religious" trappings and outwardly pious behaviors in religious settings, but frankly the older I get, the less I think that's not even worth a hill of beans.
 
Religiosity as far as worship goes - that vertical axis of the cross - is important, but I don't notice anywhere in Scripture where it says we're going to be judged on perfecting of worship forms, but rather on the Christlike heart that notices, cares, and loves as Christ - the horizontal axis of the cross - and treats others as if they are Christ, even when they don't know the Gospel, or they're not of our belief system. Be good to them anyway. Christ died for ALL! So you never know when you're going to switch on the light for that person.
 
We can notice all the darkness of the world, yes. It is sooo dark now. Indeed it is. And there are things we need to reveal to others, even if nobody is listening, because it's part of what we do, to expose the evil. We're told by Jesus of a time when iniquity will be so thick that the love (agape') of many will grow cold! A chilling thought. They will give up! That we must not do! For He asks, when the Son of Man comes will He find faith on the earth. And faith works by love. That love is light in this darkness, and it makes a difference. Love matters!!!
 
So, against the black night every once in awhile there's a glimmering star or two that winks at you. It's beautiful to behold. And it's important to point it out, in my opinion, that this is God's way of letting you know He's still here, still now, still there, still everywhere!!! He sees, hears, knows, and answers prayer. Even for the little things. In spite of everything else - personal or political - that's happening.
 
That said, in a figure of speech, be encouraged, and keep your eyes on the skies. The "twinklers" are out there.
 
And if you're one who glimmers, then shine on! Twinkle, twinkle, little star! Your light will brighten someone's day when they need to see it.
 
God be praised.
 
All the best to you from the wild blue,
 
Celestial Nomad
 

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Jan. 3, 2022

 

You have to look at this link! Welcome to 2022, by the way.

https://www.amazon.com/Introducing-Amazon-Smart-Soap-Dispenser/dp/B08GWRT223/ref=pd_rhf_ee_s_ds_srms_2/139-3339907-0476035?pd_rd_w=5WQxc&pf_rd_p=be284f9d-c79a-4f98-9381-08481c59b77f&pf_rd_r=PFEXE37KQN6GD58ZJCBV&pd_rd_r=45adc873-55ae-4082-bf11-3e7a663d2466&pd_rd_wg=vZ1D7&pd_rd_i=B08GWRT223&psc=1

No, I'm not advertising for Bezoz and Company. I begin the year by sounding a warning about things decades in progress, but now approaching the fulfillment of underhanded, subtle, diabolical goals for humanity - about which humanity in general has nothing to say. 

This kind of stuff makes me cringe!!! For about $55 you can have a SOAP DISPENSER that tells you when your "20 second CDC recommended hand wash" is accomplished, of course, in conjunction with Alexa. If you're one of their "true believers" you will think that sounds just fine. But not for the rest of us.
 
I mean seriously, peeps, we're being lured into being robotic and flat out lazy with all this nonsense that tells you this, and does that and the other thing for you. Is it really too much to get up and go flip on the light switch by yourself? Do you have to tell a machine to do it for you?
 
Pretty soon you just sit there and have your life run by the technocrats and their doggone machines, which make their appeal to the laziness in human nature. How much more dumbing down and disempowering are we going to allow???!!! If you're a dope, then here's how you get soap, for example!
 
... And you think the info in the the following link on marijuana isn't related? 
 
 
Legalizing that stuff is all part of the dehumanizing of our race. Little by little. Incremental baby steps, Bob. The totalitarian 2 step! (As David Icke puts it.)
 
So after I smoke my joint, and if I'm still aware enough that I want to wash my hands, I stumble over to the sink, where I find my soap dispenser hooked up with the CDC's "recommendations," which require Alexa for an interface to turn on and time a hand wash, which I no longer have sense enough to perform myself, because I've turned into a stoner - thanks to my best friend Maryjane.
 
Next thing will be some machine that tells me to put my hands under the running water to commence a hand wash, and maybe one that actually picks up my limp limbs and puts them in the washing position...
 
Lord, have mercy!!!
 
Remember? "You will own nothing and you will be happy," echo Gates of Hell and that Schwab guy to each other. 
 
Unlike Psalm 128:2, which tells us, "When you eat the labor of your hands, You shall be happy, and it shall be well with you."
 
But never mind. Nothing to see here. Move along, move along. Keep the line moving. Last train to Auschwitz! All aboard!
 

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