Category Archives: religion

Welcome to Our Youtube Channel

I didn’t even knew we had a Youtube channel, until Lydia subscribed to it the other day. Now we have a subscriber, too. Apparently they create a channel for you if you post a video.

I wrote this little ditty in 2013, before there was a “transgender” movement, before we were scourged with Drag Queen Story Hour, and Andrea Schwartz created the music video.

Boy, if the church was throwing in the towel back then, what’s it doing now?

Well, never mind! Today’s a new day. We don’t have to bow down to this squirming mass of abominations. Speak the truth, sing the hymns, say the prayers, and never give in.

Never give in.


‘Days of Elijah’

We need pumping up–well, I certainly do. We need to remember that we serve a mighty God, all-righteous, all-wise–who is not an absentee landlord!

Days of Elijah, sung by a hallful of U.S. Marines–oo-rah!


‘I Sing the Mighty Power of God’

Isaac Watts wrote this hymn in 1715 and it’s still going strong today–I Sing the Mighty Power of God, sung here by the Mountain Anthems. Background sets by God the Father.


Tell-Tale Signs of Humanist Folly

Why is democracy better than Plato's philosopher King? - Quora

Some say the total fiasco resulting in the coronavirus pandemic is proof that globalism is not only a failure, but never could have been anything but a failure. I think that’s true.

But globalism is hyper-humanism’s holy grail, and they’re not about to quit on it.

Here are four signals that will tell you that you’re reading or talking to a hyper-humanist.

*Insisting that there is no God, hyper-humanists are more than eager to take on God’s job. They give themselves away by revealing their dogma that perfection can and will be achieved by… well, them. Imperfect human beings. They will create technology, societies, and political systems that are better, wiser, and more efficient than they are themselves. In their view, God couldn’t do it (because He doesn’t exist), but they will.

*Failed systems like communism and socialism won’t fail, no way, if they’re in charge! All those other poor saps in all those other countries all over the world–they just didn’t do it right. “But we will!”

*Because everything’s supposed to go right when The Smartest People In The World are in charge, if ever something goes wrong, it must be someone’s fault. Somebody let down the side. Some nay-sayer, biggit, hater, xenophobe, racist, trans-phobic deplorable must have screwed up somewhere. Probably on purpose.

*Everything “old” is useless and “on the wrong side of history.” Old stuff like Christianity, marriage, the family, nations, free enterprise: stuff like that. Everything “new,” that The Smartest People In The World just made up a few weeks ago–like 50 different “genders,” or, God forbid, a robot-controlled “social credit system” like they have in Red China’s workers’ paradise–that’s all good. That’s all on the right side of history.

Even one of these tell-tale signs, if you can spot it, should absolutely disqualify the writer or speaker from ever holding any public office or other position of responsibility.

Get these people out of power, and keep them out, before they come up with another pandemic. We probably don’t need philosophers and probably don’t need kings; but philosopher-kings are no use at all. And dangerous if swallowed.

 


By Request, ‘Embrace the Cross’

Before I cover any more nooze–if I cover any more nooze–we have a hymn request from Joshua: Embrace the Cross, sung by Steve Green.

It’s not as easy to do as we might think.


‘Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing’

This is an unusual arrangement of a traditional hymn, Come Thou Fount of Every Blessing, by King’s Kaleidoscope. I think you’ll like it.


‘Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus’

I’ve spent much of this afternoon reading nooze, and I am neither the better nor the wiser for it. So I looked for an antidote, and found this.

Turn Your Eyes Upon Jesus, performed by the Living Stones Quartet–all I know about them is they’re Indians and they do hymns and gospel music. But what I know about their message is… it’s true. If there was ever a time not to forget our Savior, Jesus Christ, that time is now.

The Lord’s hand is on the tiller, and He sees all the things we can’t see.


‘How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds’

This hymn’s been with us since 1779, but I’d never heard it until yesterday–How Sweet the Name of Jesus Sounds, by John Newton. Yes: the same John Newton who wrote Amazing Grace.


Left Freaks Out Over ‘My Pillow’ CEO’s Statement

My Pillow CEO Mike Lindell

Mike Lindell, founder and CEO of My Pillow, has announced that he will convert 75% of his production to antivirus masks, manufacturing 50,000 a day by the end of the week. But Democrats and noozies (is that a tautology?) are mad at him a) for supporting Donald Trump, our president, and b) for what he said the other day (https://thefederalist.com/2020/03/31/media-freaks-out-on-mypillow-ceo-mike-lindell-for-encouraging-americans-to-read-the-bible/).

Here’s what he said that got their noozie knickers in a twist:

“God gave us grace on November 8, 2016, to change the course we were on. God had been taken out of our schools and lives, a nation had turned its back on God. I encourage you to use this time at home to get back in the Word. Read our Bibles and spend time with our families.”

Oohhhh! Pretty vexatious, isn’t it? How dare he say such things? How dare he even suggest them? Betcha anything he’s taking away someone’s childhood. Does he not know that any mention of God or prayer or the Bible or anything religious is, like, unconstitutional? Where’s the ACLU? Somebody’s gotta sue this guy! Nobody should be allowed to say a thing like that!

And if we ever get a Democrat back in the White House, no one will.


By Request, ‘There Is Power in the Blood’

We have two hymn requests this morning instead of none, so I have hastened to post them! This one is There Is Power in the Blood, requested by Joshua, performed by Fernando Ortega.

If we ever needed hymns, we need them now.


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