How many women of Revelation 12 will be attempted? How many “mums” will there be? You know, like the ones who “cry out, being in travail, and being in pain to bring forth.”
Fjallraven (Sweden, meaning “Arctic Fox”) – featuring mottoes like “leave no trace” – probably not, after enticing two young women to the Atlas mtns in Morocco to only wind up murdered on the trail with none to witness. Notice also that the parent company to this one is Fenix Outdoor (note “Phoenix” and see below for further clarification on the significance of this name).
Tough Mudder (That is to say, “Tough Mother” – HQ in Brooklyn, NY, founded by two Englishmen): The obstacles often play on common human fears, such as fire, water, electricity and heights including electroshock therapy and the arctic enema.
With a horrible track record from musicians including names such as: Iron Maiden, Arctic Monkeys, 21 Pilots (as in, attempts),
Isaiah 57:8 “Behind the door and the doorpost you placed your indecent symbol. Deserting me, you spread out your high, wide bed; And those whose embraces you love you carved the symbol and gazed upon it.”
Jerusalem – the woman of Revelation 12 – Takes Refuge Under the Wings of the Lord (the great eagle)
Micah 2:1-3 “Woe to those who plan iniquity and work out evil on their couches; In the morning light they accomplish it when it lies within their power.”
For those who don’t know, the above verse is happening, right now. I can hear you, the NWO, through my electronics and in all homes, businesses, etc….! How long will you “black mirror” people by your incessant surveillance?!?!?!
The church, and people, of America (and the world) have been utterly deceived by Sophia the robot. The robot is an idol and is an abomination to God. She and her “handlers” (aka, their media company actors and minions) have created what the Bible refers to as the abomination which causes desolation.
It was a typical Sunday drive, or could have been another day of many roaming the countryside and back roads. Feeling a little nutty, feeling a little absurd. Pondering things seen, felt, and done.
Meditating on Scripture seems to be the prevalent distraction these days and while I think it’s good to do, it can take away from the faith. As it consumes my thoughts it’s difficult to give proper consideration to other things, as in, living life.