Borrowed Truths


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Food is the key, you cannot go to war against nearly eight billion people with conventional weapons.

Everything that happens in this world must be seen through Spiritual eyes, what the Word of God says is going to happen, will happen, of this there is no doubt, the days of Jacob’s Trouble (Jer. 30:7) will begin soon. The flu, lockdowns and mandates were only the beginning, climate change and further laws and regulations in this regard will cause a shortage of the one weapon that can control all those people, food, and hungry people are not only led easily, but are much simpler to control.

We must always remember that the goal of our adversary is to be worshipped, and so a one world system, both economically and spiritually must be first set in place. With the Holy Spirit removed, (2 Thess. 2:7) and the born-again believers gone, all that will be left will be the unsaved, at least for a time. Many millions will come to Christ in repentance in those days, but their knowledge of the Scriptures will be limited, to say the least.

These beginnings of sorrows that we are experiencing have not yet led to the use of that one very important weapon, food, but I believe they will, for a man can survive in many types of inclement weather, but he cannot last long without food. The stages of any siege are always slow, methodical, and well prepared for, there is rarely a war won without careful planning. Those leaders of the world are at this moment no more aware of these Scriptural truths than the common man is, they are deceived and being deceived, (2 Tim. 3:13) but they are aware of their consuming desire to remain in the positions they hold, and so are, as such, willing to do whatever it takes to procure a seat at the main table.

These truths are as clear as a blue, cloudless sky to those the Lord has blessed with eyes to see and ears to hear, but to those we are trying to warn, we are seen as fools, as men who hold no visible proof of their beliefs.

The point of this short letter is two-fold, one is to help you to see and understand perhaps a little more than you did before you began reading it, and the second is “But know this, that if the goodman of the house had known in what watch the thief would come, he would have watched, and would not have suffered his house to be broken up.” (Matt. 24:43) We will not delve deeply into the topic again, but the Lord has given each of His servants a sound mind, (2 Tim. 1:7) one that can differentiate between common sense and wisdom, and in this case, common sense stands at the forefront.

If indeed these words are true, then it would be advantageous to perhaps have some extra food and water available. Now, it would be unwise, and in my opinion, and not showing true faith to have a twenty-five-year supply of these necessary items on hand, nor would it make much sense to have a few days’ worth of them, the amount must be based on how you are being led. Think of those things that you take for granted each day and imagine that there is no way for you to any longer obtain them.

Both common sense and wisdom come from the Lord, and we are to be “wise as serpents, and harmless as doves.” (Matt. 10:16) The world is going to change dramatically, possibly more than we can imagine before we are taken home, consider these words, pray about them, and then use the common sense that the Lord has blessed you with to act wisely upon them.

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