'A failure of imagination' was the silly excuse -- and a patent lie -- for 9/11. Satisfied grazing sheep -- those wilful to pretend. The very opposite of failing to see and central catalyst for the next generation. An imagined world. The Takeover.
The manipulating few on behalf of the multitudes required this . . .
The perpetual thrill of slagging off what we don't know is growing. Blame the 'net' and general leading of media, which rampages around in putting people down. Not opinions and self-evident stuff but getting personal and presume insight into someone's heart. Their inner-most deep and what's going on. It's . . .
Somehow unlearning the graceless, hard-man, stern and perfection-seeking judge image is first-up and step one. Go somewhere with this and next comes; suspicion it's an admirable re-brand but God isn't so good and kindly. All a cover-up.
So the tail and around we twirl.
No, the one who dwells and seeks to . . .
The Bible... and let's suppose God -- proclaims there are answers for the troubles we're in. Chaos coming from the growing crisis imploding the nations. An understanding based on unpacking of secret histories. This unwanted direction, led by specific generational elites and their religion.
Of course, the timing is . . .
Talking about darkness, and let's call them -- demons. Unseen forces with personality. Imperceptible, but Bible-claims' manifesting. Central characteristics; accusations and deception. Able to stop our moves forward. Going and getting to God. Influence, on one, affecting another. Revealed, through any and all, Jesus direct . . .
We need God and God needs us. At least us -- to bring about redemption on earth and space to see more salvation. Increasing revelation is how God's restrained by our response. This lacking locks something. Our problem and challenges are about believing. We don't get how urgent and total the call is for constant and set-apart . . .
Prevailing thoughts are about God -- on us. How the heart counts and transcends 'truth' in propositions. We tend to reverse this: Christian truth-telling portrays God's need for an inspector. First and finally, all about . . .