• When next we are tempted with the bribes of an ungodly world, let us recall that name for God, which, in Abraham’s case, was the talisman of victory; and let us think of Him as the POSSESSOR of heaven and earth. Why should we soil our fingers with ill-gotten gains, even though they seem needful for our existence, when our Father is the Owner of all that flies in the air, treads on the land, swims in the water, or lies embedded in the rocks.
    https://thepilgrimjournal.com/abraham-or-the-obedience-of-faith-chapter-viii/
    When next we are tempted with the bribes of an ungodly world, let us recall that name for God, which, in Abraham’s case, was the talisman of victory; and let us think of Him as the POSSESSOR of heaven and earth. Why should we soil our fingers with ill-gotten gains, even though they seem needful for our existence, when our Father is the Owner of all that flies in the air, treads on the land, swims in the water, or lies embedded in the rocks. https://thepilgrimjournal.com/abraham-or-the-obedience-of-faith-chapter-viii/
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  • In the 2020 movie "Possessor," a company employee is spying on people's webcams or phone cameras and documenting everything he sees. And there's even a supervisor monitoring him to make sure that he documents everything he observes and as quickly as possible.

    Although the movie is labeled as Sci-Fi, this isn't science fiction at all. This is EXACTLY what Instagram has recently announced they'll do in their new terms and conditions that went live yesterday (December 20). NOW there's an Instagram employee looking at you through your phone's camera right now and recording everything he/she sees.

    This means that if you're on the shitter while using Twitter, Instagram employees are literally watching you shit in your own bathroom! They're also watching you f*ck your wife/girlfriend in your bedroom if you're foolish enough to bring your phone with you to the bedroom.

    This has always been an open secret, and we've known about it since the inception of social media and smartphones. Recently, however, this open secret has become common knowledge. And Instagram has clearly stated in their new terms and conditions that, YES, their employees are watching you from your selfie cameras and documenting everything they see.

    The most reasonable course of action, of course, is to uninstall Instagram from your phone immediately, but since there's no room for reasonable solutions nowadays, at least cover your goddamn cameras with a reusable sticker!

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    In the 2020 movie "Possessor," a company employee is spying on people's webcams or phone cameras and documenting everything he sees. And there's even a supervisor monitoring him to make sure that he documents everything he observes and as quickly as possible. Although the movie is labeled as Sci-Fi, this isn't science fiction at all. This is EXACTLY what Instagram has recently announced they'll do in their new terms and conditions that went live yesterday (December 20). NOW there's an Instagram employee looking at you through your phone's camera right now and recording everything he/she sees. This means that if you're on the shitter while using Twitter, Instagram employees are literally watching you shit in your own bathroom! They're also watching you f*ck your wife/girlfriend in your bedroom if you're foolish enough to bring your phone with you to the bedroom. This has always been an open secret, and we've known about it since the inception of social media and smartphones. Recently, however, this open secret has become common knowledge. And Instagram has clearly stated in their new terms and conditions that, YES, their employees are watching you from your selfie cameras and documenting everything they see. The most reasonable course of action, of course, is to uninstall Instagram from your phone immediately, but since there's no room for reasonable solutions nowadays, at least cover your goddamn cameras with a reusable sticker! #Possessor #PossessorUncut #Possessor2020 #PossessorUncut2020 #YouAreBeingWatched #BigBrotherIsWatching #Facebook #FBMessenger #WhatsApp #Instagram #SocialMedia #FB #Privacy #NoPrivacy #SeflieCam #AllSeeingEye #TechnoOligarchs #TechTyrants #TechMafia #ItsTimeToWakeUp #OrwellianNightmare #Telescreen #OrwellianTelescreen #Surveillance #MassSurveillance #Spyware #Privacy #Deepstate Sources: https://is.gd/Np0lhV https://is.gd/LOX161 https://is.gd/CqSQtQ https://is.gd/zvNIEJ https://is.gd/8JXCxv https://is.gd/rgTE9p https://is.gd/9gTKK7 https://is.gd/xXZofD https://is.gd/8GgFXX https://is.gd/dorkUE https://is.gd/SsBb1m
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  • The New England Journal of Medicine calls a COVID mask "talisman".
    What is a talisman?
    A talisman is an occult object stemming from religious or astrological practices. It connects the possessor with the spiritual world to provide functions such as healing and protection. Talismans are closely linked with amulets, fulfilling many of the same roles, but a key difference is in their materiality, with talismans often taking the form of paper or parchment inscribed with magic texts.
    The New England Journal of Medicine calls a COVID mask "talisman". What is a talisman? A talisman is an occult object stemming from religious or astrological practices. It connects the possessor with the spiritual world to provide functions such as healing and protection. Talismans are closely linked with amulets, fulfilling many of the same roles, but a key difference is in their materiality, with talismans often taking the form of paper or parchment inscribed with magic texts.
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  • 16 JULY (1871)

    Number one thousand; or, ‘Bread enough and to spare’

    ‘And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father’s have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger!’ Luke 15:17
    SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 6:12–19

    Some years ago there was a crossing-sweeper in Dublin at the corner with his broom; in all probability his highest thoughts were to keep the crossing clean and look for pennies. One day a lawyer put his hand upon his shoulder and said to him, ‘My good fellow, do you know that you are heir to a fortune of ten thousand pounds a year?’ ‘Do you mean it?’ said he. ‘I do,’ he replied. ‘I have just received the information; I am sure you are the man.’ He walked away and he forgot his broom. Are you astonished? Why, who would not have forgotten a broom when suddenly made possessor of ten thousand pounds a year? So I pray that some poor sinners, who have been thinking of the pleasures of the world, when they hear that there is hope and that there is heaven to be had, will forget the deceitful pleasures of sin and follow after higher and better things.

    The prodigal, when he said, ‘I will arise and go to my father,’ became in a measure reformed from that very moment. How? Why, he left the swine-trough; more, he left the wine cup and he left the harlots. He did not go with the harlot on his arm and the wine cup in his hand, saying, ‘I will take these with me and go to my father.’ It could not be. These were all left and, though he had no goodness to bring, yet he did not try to keep his sins and come to Christ. Some of you, I fear, will make mischief even out of the gospel and will dare to take the cross and use it as a gallows for your souls. If God is so merciful, you will go therefore and sin the more; and because grace is freely given, therefore you will ‘continue in sin, that grace may abound’. If you do this, I would solemnly remind you that I have no grace to preach to such as you. Your ‘damnation is just.’

    FOR MEDITATION: All who lay claim upon the name of Christ have a responsibility to depart from iniquity (2 Timothy 2:19). It is sheer hypocrisy for one who professes to be a Christian to associate the name of Christ with scandalous behavior (1 Corinthians 6:15) and to cause Christ to be regarded as the promoter of sin (Galatians 2:17).


    C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 3), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2005), 205.
    16 JULY (1871) Number one thousand; or, ‘Bread enough and to spare’ ‘And when he came to himself, he said, How many hired servants of my father’s have bread enough and to spare, and I perish with hunger!’ Luke 15:17 SUGGESTED FURTHER READING: Romans 6:12–19 Some years ago there was a crossing-sweeper in Dublin at the corner with his broom; in all probability his highest thoughts were to keep the crossing clean and look for pennies. One day a lawyer put his hand upon his shoulder and said to him, ‘My good fellow, do you know that you are heir to a fortune of ten thousand pounds a year?’ ‘Do you mean it?’ said he. ‘I do,’ he replied. ‘I have just received the information; I am sure you are the man.’ He walked away and he forgot his broom. Are you astonished? Why, who would not have forgotten a broom when suddenly made possessor of ten thousand pounds a year? So I pray that some poor sinners, who have been thinking of the pleasures of the world, when they hear that there is hope and that there is heaven to be had, will forget the deceitful pleasures of sin and follow after higher and better things. The prodigal, when he said, ‘I will arise and go to my father,’ became in a measure reformed from that very moment. How? Why, he left the swine-trough; more, he left the wine cup and he left the harlots. He did not go with the harlot on his arm and the wine cup in his hand, saying, ‘I will take these with me and go to my father.’ It could not be. These were all left and, though he had no goodness to bring, yet he did not try to keep his sins and come to Christ. Some of you, I fear, will make mischief even out of the gospel and will dare to take the cross and use it as a gallows for your souls. If God is so merciful, you will go therefore and sin the more; and because grace is freely given, therefore you will ‘continue in sin, that grace may abound’. If you do this, I would solemnly remind you that I have no grace to preach to such as you. Your ‘damnation is just.’ FOR MEDITATION: All who lay claim upon the name of Christ have a responsibility to depart from iniquity (2 Timothy 2:19). It is sheer hypocrisy for one who professes to be a Christian to associate the name of Christ with scandalous behavior (1 Corinthians 6:15) and to cause Christ to be regarded as the promoter of sin (Galatians 2:17). C. H. Spurgeon and Terence Peter Crosby, 365 Days with Spurgeon (Volume 3), (Leominster, UK: Day One Publications, 2005), 205.
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  • 07/02/20

    CONSIDER:

    KINGS BATTLE … THE LOSER HAS HIS PEOPLE AND PROPERTY … TAKEN AS SPOILS OF WAR …
    BUT A MAN OF GOD … GOES AFTER HIS NEPHEW … WITH A LITTLE OVER 300 MEN … AND DEFEATS THE KINGS … THAT HAD WON !
    HE RETURNS TO THE LOSING KINGS … THEIR PEOPLE AND PROPERTY … EXCEPT WHAT HIS MEN CHOSE … NOTE: HE GAVE A PORTION AS A TITHE TO GOD … SO TITHING WAS UNDERSTOOD … AS FAR BACK AS ABRAHAM...

    GENESIS: 14:12
    12 And they took Lot, Abram’s brother’s son, who dwelt in Sodom, and his goods, and departed. 13 And there came one that had escaped, and told Abram the Hebrew; for he dwelt in the plain of Mamre the Amorite, brother of Eshcol, and brother of Aner: and these were confederate with Abram.
    14 And when Abram heard that his brother was taken captive, he armed his trained servants, born in his own house, three hundred and eighteen, and pursued them unto Dan. 15 And he divided himself against them, he and his servants, by night, and smote them, and pursued them unto Hobah, which is on the left hand of Damascus. 16 And he brought back all the goods, and also brought again his brother Lot, and his goods, and the women also, and the people.
    17 And the king of Sodom went out to meet him after his return from the slaughter of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings that were with him, at the valley of Shaveh, which is the king’s dale.
    18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. 19 And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: 20 And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all.

    07/02/20 CONSIDER: KINGS BATTLE … THE LOSER HAS HIS PEOPLE AND PROPERTY … TAKEN AS SPOILS OF WAR … BUT A MAN OF GOD … GOES AFTER HIS NEPHEW … WITH A LITTLE OVER 300 MEN … AND DEFEATS THE KINGS … THAT HAD WON ! HE RETURNS TO THE LOSING KINGS … THEIR PEOPLE AND PROPERTY … EXCEPT WHAT HIS MEN CHOSE … NOTE: HE GAVE A PORTION AS A TITHE TO GOD … SO TITHING WAS UNDERSTOOD … AS FAR BACK AS ABRAHAM... GENESIS: 14:12 12 And they took Lot, Abram’s brother’s son, who dwelt in Sodom, and his goods, and departed. 13 And there came one that had escaped, and told Abram the Hebrew; for he dwelt in the plain of Mamre the Amorite, brother of Eshcol, and brother of Aner: and these were confederate with Abram. 14 And when Abram heard that his brother was taken captive, he armed his trained servants, born in his own house, three hundred and eighteen, and pursued them unto Dan. 15 And he divided himself against them, he and his servants, by night, and smote them, and pursued them unto Hobah, which is on the left hand of Damascus. 16 And he brought back all the goods, and also brought again his brother Lot, and his goods, and the women also, and the people. 17 And the king of Sodom went out to meet him after his return from the slaughter of Chedorlaomer, and of the kings that were with him, at the valley of Shaveh, which is the king’s dale. 18 And Melchizedek king of Salem brought forth bread and wine: and he was the priest of the most high God. 19 And he blessed him, and said, Blessed be Abram of the most high God, possessor of heaven and earth: 20 And blessed be the most high God, which hath delivered thine enemies into thy hand. And he gave him tithes of all.
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  • Nah 1:2  יהוה is a jealous and revenging Ěl, יהוה is a revenger and a possessor of wrath. יהוה takes vengeance on His adversaries, and He watches for His enemies. 
    Nah 1:3  יהוה is patient and great in power, but by no means leaves unpunished. יהוה has His way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet. 
    Nah 1:4  He is rebuking the sea and dries it up. And all the floods He has made dry, Bashan and Karmel are withering, and the flower of Leḇanon is languishing. 
    Nah 1:5  Mountains have shaken before Him, and the hills have melted. And the earth is lifted up at His presence, and the world and all who dwell in it. 
    Nah 1:6  Who does stand before His rage? And who rises up in the heat of His displeasure? His wrath is poured out like fire, and the rocks have been broken by Him. 
    Nah 1:7  יהוה is good, as a stronghold in the day of distress. And He knows those who take refuge in Him. 
    Nah 1:2  יהוה is a jealous and revenging Ěl, יהוה is a revenger and a possessor of wrath. יהוה takes vengeance on His adversaries, and He watches for His enemies.  Nah 1:3  יהוה is patient and great in power, but by no means leaves unpunished. יהוה has His way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet.  Nah 1:4  He is rebuking the sea and dries it up. And all the floods He has made dry, Bashan and Karmel are withering, and the flower of Leḇanon is languishing.  Nah 1:5  Mountains have shaken before Him, and the hills have melted. And the earth is lifted up at His presence, and the world and all who dwell in it.  Nah 1:6  Who does stand before His rage? And who rises up in the heat of His displeasure? His wrath is poured out like fire, and the rocks have been broken by Him.  Nah 1:7  יהוה is good, as a stronghold in the day of distress. And He knows those who take refuge in Him. 
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  • Psalm 24:1 "THE earth is the LORD’S, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein."

    Man lives upon “the earth,” and parcels out its soil among his mimic kings and autocrats; but the earth is not man’s. He is but a tenant at will, a leaseholder upon most precarious tenure, liable to instantaneous ejectment. The great Landowner and true Proprietor holds his court above the clouds and laughs at the title-deeds of worms of the dust. The fee-simple is not with the lord of the manor nor the freeholder, but with the Creator.

    The “fulness” of the earth may mean its harvests, its wealth, its life, or its worship; in all these senses the Most High God is Possessor of all. The earth is full of God; he made it full and he keeps it full, notwithstanding all the demands which living creatures make upon its stores. The sea is full, despite all the clouds which rise from it; the air is full, notwithstanding all the lives which breathe it; the soil is full, though millions of plants derive their nourishment from it. Under man’s tutored hand the world is coming to a greater fulness than ever, but it is all the Lord’s; the field and the fruit, the earth and all earth’s wonders are Jehovah’s.

    We look also for a sublimer fulness when the true ideal of a world for God shall have been reached in millennial glories, and then most clearly the earth will be the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof. These words are now upon London’s Royal Exchange, they shall one day be written in letters of light across the sky.

    C. H. Spurgeon, The Treasury of David: Psalms 1-26, (London; Edinburgh; New York: Marshall Brothers), 1:374–375.
    Psalm 24:1 "THE earth is the LORD’S, and the fulness thereof; the world, and they that dwell therein." Man lives upon “the earth,” and parcels out its soil among his mimic kings and autocrats; but the earth is not man’s. He is but a tenant at will, a leaseholder upon most precarious tenure, liable to instantaneous ejectment. The great Landowner and true Proprietor holds his court above the clouds and laughs at the title-deeds of worms of the dust. The fee-simple is not with the lord of the manor nor the freeholder, but with the Creator. The “fulness” of the earth may mean its harvests, its wealth, its life, or its worship; in all these senses the Most High God is Possessor of all. The earth is full of God; he made it full and he keeps it full, notwithstanding all the demands which living creatures make upon its stores. The sea is full, despite all the clouds which rise from it; the air is full, notwithstanding all the lives which breathe it; the soil is full, though millions of plants derive their nourishment from it. Under man’s tutored hand the world is coming to a greater fulness than ever, but it is all the Lord’s; the field and the fruit, the earth and all earth’s wonders are Jehovah’s. We look also for a sublimer fulness when the true ideal of a world for God shall have been reached in millennial glories, and then most clearly the earth will be the Lord’s, and the fulness thereof. These words are now upon London’s Royal Exchange, they shall one day be written in letters of light across the sky. C. H. Spurgeon, The Treasury of David: Psalms 1-26, (London; Edinburgh; New York: Marshall Brothers), 1:374–375.
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  • YaHUaH's Wrath Against Nineveh
    Nah 1:2 יהוה is a jealous and revenging Ěl, יהוה is a revenger and a possessor of wrath. יהוה takes vengeance on His adversaries, and He watches for His enemies.
    Nah 1:3 יהוה is patient and great in power, but by no means leaves unpunished. יהוה has His way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet.
    Nah 1:4 He is rebuking the sea and dries it up. And all the floods He has made dry, Bashan and Karmel are withering, and the flower of Leḇanon is languishing.
    Nah 1:5 Mountains have shaken before Him, and the hills have melted. And the earth is lifted up at His presence, and the world and all who dwell in it.
    Nah 1:6 Who does stand before His rage? And who rises up in the heat of His displeasure? His wrath is poured out like fire, and the rocks have been broken by Him.
    Nah 1:7 יהוה is good, as a stronghold in the day of distress. And He knows those who take refuge in Him.
    Nah 1:8 But with an overwhelming flood He makes a complete end of the place of Ninewěh, and darkness does pursue His enemies.
    Nah 1:9 What do you plot against יהוה? He makes a complete end of it. Distress does not rise up a second time.
    Nah 1:10 Though they are as entangled thorns, and as drunkards with their drink, they shall be consumed like stubble thoroughly dried.
    Nah 1:11 From you came forth one who plots evil against יהוה, a counsellor of Beliya‛al.
    Nah 1:12 Thus said יהוה, “Though they are strong and many, even so, they shall be cut off and pass away. Though I have afflicted you, I afflict you no more.
    Nah 1:13 “So now I break his yoke from you, and tear off your shackles.”
    Nah 1:14 And יהוה has commanded concerning you, “Your name shall no longer be sown. From the house of your mighty ones I shall cut off the carved image and the moulded image. I shall appoint your burial-site, for you have been of no account.”
    Nah 1:15 See, on the mountains the feet of him who brings good news, who proclaims peace! O Yehuḏah, celebrate your festivals, perform your vows. For Beliya‛al shall no more pass through you. He has been cut off completely.
    YaHUaH's Wrath Against Nineveh Nah 1:2 יהוה is a jealous and revenging Ěl, יהוה is a revenger and a possessor of wrath. יהוה takes vengeance on His adversaries, and He watches for His enemies. Nah 1:3 יהוה is patient and great in power, but by no means leaves unpunished. יהוה has His way in the whirlwind and in the storm, and the clouds are the dust of His feet. Nah 1:4 He is rebuking the sea and dries it up. And all the floods He has made dry, Bashan and Karmel are withering, and the flower of Leḇanon is languishing. Nah 1:5 Mountains have shaken before Him, and the hills have melted. And the earth is lifted up at His presence, and the world and all who dwell in it. Nah 1:6 Who does stand before His rage? And who rises up in the heat of His displeasure? His wrath is poured out like fire, and the rocks have been broken by Him. Nah 1:7 יהוה is good, as a stronghold in the day of distress. And He knows those who take refuge in Him. Nah 1:8 But with an overwhelming flood He makes a complete end of the place of Ninewěh, and darkness does pursue His enemies. Nah 1:9 What do you plot against יהוה? He makes a complete end of it. Distress does not rise up a second time. Nah 1:10 Though they are as entangled thorns, and as drunkards with their drink, they shall be consumed like stubble thoroughly dried. Nah 1:11 From you came forth one who plots evil against יהוה, a counsellor of Beliya‛al. Nah 1:12 Thus said יהוה, “Though they are strong and many, even so, they shall be cut off and pass away. Though I have afflicted you, I afflict you no more. Nah 1:13 “So now I break his yoke from you, and tear off your shackles.” Nah 1:14 And יהוה has commanded concerning you, “Your name shall no longer be sown. From the house of your mighty ones I shall cut off the carved image and the moulded image. I shall appoint your burial-site, for you have been of no account.” Nah 1:15 See, on the mountains the feet of him who brings good news, who proclaims peace! O Yehuḏah, celebrate your festivals, perform your vows. For Beliya‛al shall no more pass through you. He has been cut off completely.
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