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“Putting a Chip in Your Brain Will Not Make You a Superhero (or a god)”

Why do ideas as bad as this sound so smart to some people?

From Marcia Settles’ blog, “A Mom Looking Up” (Finally found the “Reblog” button!)

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It is very likely I’ve shared this before, but it deserves to be posted every so often.

If you have been paying attention, you have undoubtedly arrived at the conclusion that not only will the mark of the beast involve technology, but it will fundamentally change its bearer at the genetic level. DNA will be manipulated.

Here’s how I see it unfolding: at some point in the not-too-distant future, alien disclosure will occur. Very likely this will be after the bride of Christ and the Restrainer are removed. The world will be in shock and turmoil from countless people suddenly missing. When the natural disasters hit at never-before-seen levels, the anti-christ will emerge promising a solution to all the problems and ushering in the NWO the globalists have been yapping about for decades. He may or may not claim an ET origin. The “aliens” will either be heralded as saviors…

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Try to Remember…..

Something a little different, a little sweet–from Marcia Settles’ blog, “A Mom Looking Up”

And yes, I remember that line from that song…

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a time in September when life was slow and oh so mellow ……(Shout out to those who know that line)

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Wow! ‘Our God, He Is Alive’

I found this video on Marcia Settles’ blog today (“A Mom Looking Up”), and I just had to find it on YouTube so I could share it with you all. (Note: I don’t know how to transfer a video from anywhere else.)

This was sung aboard a cruise ship with Acappella Singing Cruises–in a casino, of all places! A casino? Well, our Lord Himself attended a party at Matthew the tax collector’s house…

Anyway, it’s a flash mob singing Our God, He Is Alive; and there’s something about a great big bunch of people singing a hymn together that stirs my soul.

Thanks, Marcia!


I didn’t want it to end….

From Marcia Settles, “A Mom Looking Up.” We are not alone.    –LD

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The other night I was drifting to sleep and an image flashed before me:

My 9 yo son and I were standing facing one another when we were suddenly enveloped by a bright light. The light basically “swallowed” us. I felt so excited! It ended very quickly and I tried so hard to bring the image back but it wasn’t to be. Still, recalling it brings a smile to my face and heart.

I am reminded of the second verse of the beloved hymn, Blessed Assurance.

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