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Little Details Begin to Add Up

It could take some time to write a list of events that effected the US in 2020 through 2022. Most times it is easier to work with recent events until other events come back to memory. When we look at some of those events, the same key figures keep popping up on the news over and over again as if they are waving their arms saying, “notice me.” Hunter Biden is at the top of that list with information from his laptop followed by videos he posted on the Internet only a total idiot would post.

If the protests in 2020 were about equality. And the president supported those protests. Wouldn’t those laws equally apply to the president’s son?

It all began with Hunter’s laptop in a repair shop. We all saw the worst coming when we considered the fact, Hunter dropped it off for repairs and forgot about it. A copy of the hard drive found its way into Rudy Giuliani’s hands. The actual laptop was handed over to the FBI. After months there was no word from the FBI, so Rudy started releasing information. That information was more than a year old. To add fuel to the fire Hunter turned to social media and began posting pictures of himself with his gun, drugs, and a number of prostitutes. If nothing else that was a cry for help. We could ask the question, if Hunter is under 24 hour guard by the secret service, do they accompany him on his drug buys and do they screen his prostitutes?

The entire Hunter incident raised the question about equal treatment for all. In a republic there is no question. The law equally applies to everyone. The law does not see position, power, wealth, skin color, race, or sex. It took the US generations to reach the equality held in 2020. But since the election, we’ve witnessed the evolution of a specially protected class. Most Americans immediately recognized that separation. Which was more than evident whenever election results were challenged. That separation grew over the coming weeks and months to a degree the US government resembles more of a third world dictatorship than the republic we remember from 2020. We can look at the Hunter events and see how God was using Hunter to call attention to those changes and see where they are headed.

There are at least two subjects God used Hunter to shed light on changes we’ve seen over the past 16 months. The first is the new levels of justice in the judicial system. Hunter shines a light on the way criminals are treated in the criminal system where repeat offenders are often released within hours, causing an untold number of deaths and injuries. On the other hand political motivations are more than harsh on the opposing political party and people suspected of supporting the so called opposition. In simple terms, Hunter proved the existence of a politically controlled judicial system.

The other issue is the president’s attention to problems the US and world are facing. Many people have little to no confidence in the president’s ability to handle any problem. When we see Hunter’s cry for help and the lack of response, we have no doubts Joe Biden prefers to ignore problems rather than face them. If a president chooses to ignore drug problems and depression his son is trying to fight, what chance does the American public have when they rely on him to tackle the serious problems the US and world face today?

Joe is not the only person in a high position refusing to do their job and celebrating a broken judicial system. Nancy Pelosi’s husband was arrested for drunk driving and of course, it was swept under the rug. At least for a time.

Paul Pelosi was involved in an accident, found to be intoxicated, and arrested. This may not seem to sound unusual but consider the circumstances. It is not unusual for a political figure to get away with crimes, especially drunk driving. But in 2022 in California, intoxication and drug charges are rare. Really rare. In most cases law enforcement has been instructed to ignore the incident. In this case a very high political figure was arrested for a crime that no longer exists in or around San Francisco. We should be able to see God’s hand in that scene, if for nothing more than to draw attention to the fixed judicial system. But it is what followed that made all the difference.

Being under the spot light at the right moment brought hundreds of news people into Pelosi’s life to see what they could find to make a name for themselves. It didn’t take long before a second, more serious offense raised its ugly head. A number of reporters were able to put two and two together when they looked at a bill about to pass congress and Paul Pelosi just happened to invest $5 million in a computer chip company about to benefit from a bill set to pass congress. After being involved in insider trading for years, the Pelosi’s let their guard down long enough to get caught red handed. We know God had to have His hand in the matter when we see the right people drawn to the right place at the right time and carrier criminals make that one fatal error. The results of that investigation are still up in the air but it appears nothing will be done. The best we can hope for is for Pelosi to appoint a hand picked committee to investigate the issue.

Looking at that one incident with Pelosi’s husband, it looks like the politics we’ve been used to living with. The same holds true with the stock trading. We’ve grown used to seeing taxes stolen, politicians getting away with every crime on the books, and of course using their inside information to make a fortune for themselves. After all, why would anyone spend millions of dollars to get elected if there wasn’t more money at the end of the rainbow. And that rainbow. We will get to that later. But when we combine that with the other events we’ve seen unfold, such as the riots, establishing funds to bail out rioters, looking the other way on bail jumpers committing more crimes, and a host of other crimes we will discuss later, things begin to add up. What are they adding up to? As a Christian it is not our job to judge people. That is true in most instances.

Paul wrote a lot about judgment and the judgment process. We basically have one word for judgment, which has a variety of meanings to fit the proper context. The Greeks had a number of words which have been translated as judge or judgment. Most of them point to the fact, judgment is in God’s hands. But Paul used one specific Greek word translated as judgment that points to us and not only our ability, but duty to evaluate people’s actions.

Now, a person who is put in charge as a manager must be faithful. As for me, it matters very little how I might be evaluated by you or by any human authority. I don’t even trust my own judgment on this point. My conscience is clear, but that doesn’t prove I’m right. It is the Lord himself who will examine me and decide. So don’t make judgments about anyone ahead of time–before the Lord returns. For he will bring our darkest secrets to light and will reveal our private motives. Then God will give to each one whatever praise is due. (1Co 4:2-5 NLTse)




From G303 and G2919; properly to scrutinize, that is, (by implication) investigate, interrogate, determine: – ask, question, discern, examine, judge, search.

Paul liked to use himself as an example. As in this case, he knows he will be judged by God. Although some people argue that point, claiming those saved will not face the judgment process, that is true. Remember, the judgment process follows the same basic steps as the court system in this world. There has to be some kind of decision made for each person. No one faces trial unless they break the law, are arrested, and charges are filed. So breaking the law is what draws attention and begins the actual judgment system. Paul explained this in his own terms. The problem being, we all constantly sin. In a sense, we all face that judgment system pert near every day of our lives. And then there is the other side of the judgment system. The process we don’t want to find ourselves facing. Then we see people who we feel certain are going to face God’s judgment system. And maybe that is one of the purposes Hunter is serving in our time. If he has a reason to cry out for help, maybe he found a reason to live. Maybe he wants to change his life around. Maybe Hunter found out all that money and women were not the answer. Maybe that is why he turned to drugs. If most of us had the money Hunter was paid, we would surely live a different life. But most of us would not do the things Hunter did to earn that money. And maybe earn is not the right word. It appears that every step brings forth new details to examine and consider. Which is the point Paul was making when he used that particular Greek word for judgment. And later Paul explained why we need to learn how to examine circumstances.

When one of you has a dispute with another believer, how dare you file a lawsuit and ask a secular court to decide the matter instead of taking it to other believers! Don’t you realize that someday we believers will judge the world? And since you are going to judge the world, can’t you decide even these little things among yourselves? Don’t you realize that we will judge angels? So you should surely be able to resolve ordinary disputes in this life. If you have legal disputes about such matters, why go to outside judges who are not respected by the church? I am saying this to shame you. Isn’t there anyone in all the church who is wise enough to decide these issues? (1Co 6:1-5 NLTse).

We play some part in the judgment process. I am not going to explain the entire process here. There are other books that look into God’s judgment process in detail. The point here is, we are supposed to be mastering the judgment process of gathering information to make a determination of sorts. We never wander into the judgment process of condemning anyone. But we do learn now to gather and examine details. Who knows? Hunter may find God and come out with the truth. Joe Biden is reaching that age where he may feel his time is drawing near and he needs to confess to the world. When we see God’s hand in this, we know to expect the unexpected. God has a way of doing things where the result is nothing short of giving all the glory to God. No one in this world could have arranged all the details for this outcome.

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Where to Begin

The main question is, where to begin? What event do we use to begin putting together the big picture? Sitting around debating where to begin is an excuse not to begin. Which is why it is best to launch an investigation of your own. If the investigation was by committee, we can all see a committee wasting weeks, months, and years debating where to begin. There is no right or wrong place to begin. You have the option of going forward and backwards in time.

The obvious place to begin is the arrest and assassination of George Floyd. Which of course was well documented by cell phone video seen all over the world. The evidence was in before the arrest. There was no doubt about what happened, when it happened, and how the event unfolded. Taking a step back, wouldn’t it have been much wiser to stand still and watch the system work? The only questions were, how fast the trail would occur, how long the trial would last, and what penalty would the court hand down? The main complaint was, blacks were constantly being targeted and murdered by white police officers. Common sense would have told everyone involved, they have unquestionable video evidence showing what happened, and the smart thing to do would be to see how that evidence was handled in a court of law. If they wanted proof the system favored whites and discriminated against blacks, they had the chance to prove their claims once and for all. But they chose to call for protests to force the outcome they favored. In the long run that move eliminated any chance for those who represent blacks to expose the discrimination they claimed was an everyday occurrence. Imagine if no charges were ever filed against that police officer. Or charges were filed but evidence was suppressed. Or the trial went through the motions, the officer was found guilty, and given a slap on the wrist. Any outcome short of a full murder charge and trial would have given blacks more than enough ammunition to launch protests to focus attention on a system that needed to by fixed. Instead those groups and politicians decided to launch all out protests that quickly turned into riots that ruined hundreds of businesses across the US. Everything that could have been gained was lost. The question is, what did George Floyd die for? Were the accusations against police true, or did those organizations jump the gun to cover the truth?

We can ask the question. Was God’s hand in the George Floyd incident? Did God create the opportunity to expose discrimination in police forces across the nation? Or a corrupt judicial system? The system was not allowed to go through the process uninterrupted without outside influence. A opportunity of a lifetime was missed.

Of course the George Floyd incident may not be the beginning of the story. Riots surrounded the entire event. If we went back to the 2016 election, we would find how riots were initiated to effect the 2016 election. It is easy to see the relationship between those two events. There were a few updates. During the 2016 riots is was easy to see the criminals. In 2016 they were they only people wearing masks. It was like watching an old time western movie where the bod guys wore masks. Throw in covid-19 restrictions and suddenly everyone was wearing a mask. The perfect camouflage for the criminal factions.

If we started gathering data on events between 2016 and 2020 we may uncover a wealth of information to help us see the full picture. That would be quite time consuming and it would be difficult to see how the events between 2016 and 2020 influenced events after 2020. A few events that come to mind is of course the wall between the US and Mexico. Another is Trump’s meeting in North Korea, dealing with Putin, Xi, and other world leaders. Then there are laws concerning human trafficking, smuggling, drugs, and immigration. Then we have taxes, jobs, government control on businesses, gas prices, inflation, and a host of other subjects. One thing all of those events share is the fact, the effect of those new events was not seen until the new administration began working with those laws. That is when stories began to unfold and lessons were there we can learn from.

One of the side effects of those riots was witnessed first hand by Senator Rand Paul on August 28, 2020 when he and his wife were attacked one block from the White House. Although many people considered this an isolated and minor incident, it was related to many of the events seen during the riots. Rand Paul was not to only person attacked by protesters in 2020. In one fashion. Rand Paul was the catalyst that called attention to an untold number of people who were attacked by protesters and injured during those riots. That may not seem like a big deal to some people unless we consider God’s hand in events. Rand Paul and his wife were unharmed, but the point was made. Media had no choice but to call attention to people physically effected by the riots.

How do we see God in all of this? Often times the hardest time to see God is in the middle of sever trails. And we are seeing trials like we have not seen in this generation. On the other hand, those close to God have no problem seeing God in trials. They grow accustom to seeing God. Their role is to share those experiences with others. They know it and often freely share their experiences. Then there are events we hear about that takes us a moment or two to see God’s hand. This runaway inflation is one of those events.

Where is God in this runaway inflation? We know that inflation is worldwide. Whenever we see a worldwide events, we can expect to see God. What is God doing about that inflation? The monetary system is of course under the control of the devil. Money was created by the devil. In a sense, God has to allow the devil to freely work with his system. With Job, Satan first attacked his wealth. We’ve been through covid-19 with inflation following. The sequence may be different, but the concept is the same. To break people down enough to curse God. Of course the lesson shows us just how much the devil and his globalist care about people. Taking a look from earths level we see how the devil and his agents love to see people suffer. It is all part of the game we are stuck in.

Of course inflation is tied into other areas. Not by God but by the globalists who want people to scrap gas powered cars and buy electric cars. For the most part globalist control the oil market and oil prices. Which have gone up to record prices.

Of course the government has all the answers and unlimited funds. Of course it is not their money, it is ours. But government is not concerned with where the money comes from. They are of course concerned with where it is spent. Which is another part of the story to look at.

For the most part the Build Back Better and Green plans focus in two major areas, lithium production and solar energy. Both of which are outdated technology. China has cornered the lithium market. So most of the tax dollars fund Chinese businesses mining lithium all over the world. Many of those countries use slave labor. So one sin is overlooked in the name of science and saving the world. But are they saving the world?

The administration today cannot run a country. One mistake leads to another and another. Crime is out of control. Illegal immigration is out of control. Taxes and inflation is out of control. And we are supposed to trust those people and trust they can control worldwide weather. There are issues, but we need to examine one at a time.

Battery technology has taken off over the past few years. Carbon based batteries are manufactured from renewable sources known as plant material. Hydrogen power sources have also been improved. Neither power source has drawn the attention of those in congress. Except to impose new restrictions, regulations, and rules that hinder development and improvement. Most members of congress fight alternative sources tooth and nail while they use press conferences to convince the American public they are working to lower reliance on fossil fuels. In the mean time that didn’t stop oil sales to China.

By themselves each of those events seem to have little effect on the world stage. When we put together the events we see plans unfold. Most of those plans include huge profits for a handful of people.

The question has to be, is God offering alternatives to lithium and solar power? If so, why? Maybe it is because of the slave labor involved. Maybe it is a move against the people involved in those isolated fields. God sees everything behind the scenes, so when we see something working in the opposite direction and alternative choices are offered, we need to pay attention.

Of course we have to consider Jesus’ return. Does anyone believe that return will be timed or controlled by our oil supply? We have to get our minds off all the science fiction movies and back on reality. When Jesus returns, the world will eventually be cleansed by fire. Does that mean this world will have an adequate supply of oil to perform that task? Some believe that is true. Then again, God has been known for making fire out of nothing. Either way, we know we have a judgment process to face and the verdict will be carried out.

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Putting the Facts Together

After writing a number of Books on the Bible focusing on Bible Study, one detail remains evident. We are never going to see the full story until we sit down and start writing out the details.

Sure if we took a look at one detail, gathered all the facts, and formed an opinion, we may feel satisfied with that view point. But that view point on one event is far from the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth until we start putting the events together to find out what led to that event. Then of course, what was the outcome of that event, and what did we learn from it.

No one can argue with the point, a history book is rather useless unless it includes all the details that lead to an event, details about the event covered, and the results of that event and how it effected people and the world. We are witnessing historical events unfold before our eyes, and if we don’t sit down to write out the series of events we will never see the relationship between those events, and how they worked together for good and bad. In other words, a look at both sides of the story. Which of course always contains more than two sides.

There is a problem, especially with Christians today. They have been trained and programmed to look at one story and accept a logical sounding explanation based on that single event. In other words, take the word of a single man, maybe a scholar, on the lesson that single event was supposed to teach us. But that was not the way the Bible was written. I know a lot of people will argue the point claiming, “the Bible was written so everyone could understand it.” If that was true, then why do we need so many preachers, pastors, priests, bishops, deacons, teachers, and others to take the stories in the Bible and explain them in their own words?

We need to break from that mold, the belief that there is wisdom from a single event recorded in the Bible and get back to looking at how events in the Bible are related to one another and what lessons the full picture brings. Every Christian has the same Spirit telling them to look at the big picture. Every Christian knows there is far more knowledge and wisdom contained in the Bible when they finally understand the big picture. Every Christian has the same feeling deep down inside of them, knowing there is a sense of relief and security in knowing all the details in the full picture. But there are too many preachers and teachers telling people, it is impossible to understand the full picture. They will not use the term, “full picture.” They do substitute terms like, “knowing the mind of God,” and other such terms to make people feel small and insignificant. In other words, to stop people from searching for the truth on their own. Which is far easier than imagined.

About 200 years ago, before anyone thought of erecting large institutions of learning, God chose normal, everyday people to reveal some of the most astonishing facts contained within the pages of scripture. Some of those people had formal educations for those days. Some people were much like Saul, who Jesus renamed Paul. They were men of learning. For lack of a better term, had to leave the established church and all its restrictions to follow a path to find God. You can research those early pioneers on your own to see where the Spirit leads. When you do, pay attention to how they studied the Bible and how they formulated the studies they published. When you do, no matter what source you choose from 200 years ago, you will see a stanch contrast between study methods used over 200 years ago to what they use today. In our so called, “advanced and modern age,” studies have been, for lack of a better term, “dumbed down,” so they can be presented to the masses. You have to ask , why in this modern age of computers do we restrict ourselves to one story out of the Bible coupled to a long drawn out explanation telling us what it means? If we have computers equipped with references, resources, Concordances, and search engines, why don’t we use them to unlock secrets in scripture?

Paul was one of the most informed and educated Pharisees of his time. Paul had scripture memorized forwards and backwards. Paul knew and accepted all the explanations recorded by the wisest and highest educated men of his time, and generations before. Then one day, back when he was known as Saul, he met Jesus. And three days later, Paul had a completely different concept on the scriptures. A concept that reshaped his life and changed his life and concepts on the Old Testament forever. What changed Paul’s mind? The order of the stories Jesus revealed to Paul. It wasn’t one story and a concept, and another story and a concept. It was the series of prophecies about Jesus and their proper order. Paul knew each of those prophecies better than any of use could ever hope to know. The problem was, Paul was stuck in the trap of one story and an explanation for each of the 300 plus prophecies about Jesus. Paul witnessed a number of those prophecies fulfilled in front of his eyes, but his mind was blocked by the method of study he had burned into his mind. Jesus had to convince Paul to purge all of that learning and open his mind to the obvious, the sequence of all of those prophesies applied in the proper order. Once the details were laid out in the proper order, no additional explanation was necessary. Paul saw how scripture explained itself. And Paul wrote books to show how scripture explains itself. The problem is, the explanations Paul recorded are ignored. Paul gave us every explanation we will ever need, but no one bothers to look at the hundreds of explanations and answers Paul clearly recorded for our benefit. Paul’s answers have been replaced by 40 minute explanations designed to finish up and release the prisoners so they can make it home in time for the football game.

Test that for yourself. Open any one of Paul’s books to any chapter you choose and when Paul quotes scripture, look it up and read the entire story in the Old Testament. Some references in Paul’s books are easy to find. Paul often made it clear by writing, “According to Isiah,” or something along those lines. Using a chain reference is a big help. Chain references often include the Old Testament story Paul quoted from. It takes practice before you can recognize all of Paul’s references. But when you do, it will open up the Bible like you never imagined.

That all makes sense when you consider one example. If all you ever heard or knew was on single prophecy about Jesus, that would never be enough evidence for you to believe in Jesus. Christians know there are more than 300 prophecies about Jesus recorded in the Old Testament. There must have been a reason for so many prophecies. Paul was shown that reason and wrote a number of books to explain why there are more that 300 prophecies about Jesus. As a matter of fact, many of those prophecies are about Paul himself and the other disciples. And we know there are prophecies about other subjects. It doesn’t matter what the subject is, until we put all the prophecies and facts together in the proper order, we don’t stand a snowball’s chance in hell of understanding exactly what those prophecies are telling us.

Then we can take a look at those prophecies from a different angle. We can sort of reverse engineer some of those prophecies. In other words, look at events and figure out where the Bible talks about them. Some of those stories in scripture are rather vague based on the fact humans repeat the same mistakes and the devil reuses the same temptations over and over again. Some of the stories in the Old Testament drive home that point. No matter what method we use, we need to stop relying on or trying to use the one detail leads to one explanation method. That is used by people who study without the Spirit. Their only concern is making a name for themselves. When people study with the Spirit they have no problem showing exactly how one story in the Bible led to another, how those stories are related, and giving all the glory to God. What this leads to is the need to collect all the facts leading up to major events, the event itself, and then draw a conclusion on the lessons taught and parallels in scripture. Which in both cases would lead to a number of related stories and events.

The simple fact of the matter is, we will never know how today’s events are related and how they coincide with scripture until we sit down and start making a list. Which consists or writing, taking a break, prayer, and repeat. That is when additional events emerge, relationships are discovered and real study begins. Isiah had a way of explaining the method.

Now, however, Israel is led by drunks who reel with wine and stagger with alcohol. The priests and prophets stagger with alcohol and lose themselves in wine. They reel when they see visions and stagger as they render decisions. Their tables are covered with vomit; filth is everywhere. “Who does the LORD think we are?” they ask. “Why does he speak to us like this? Are we little children, just recently weaned? He tells us everything over and over– one line at a time, one line at a time, a little here, and a little there!” So now God will have to speak to his people through foreign oppressors who speak a strange language! God has told his people, “Here is a place of rest; let the weary rest here. This is a place of quiet rest.” But they would not listen. So the LORD will spell out his message for them again, one line at a time, one line at a time, a little here, and a little there, so that they will stumble and fall. They will be injured, trapped, and captured. (Isa 28:7-13 NLTse).

Of course there have been hundreds of interpretations to this message from Isiah. The majority agree the message has something to do with Bible Study. But why stop at one message on Bible Study? Which is what the majority of theologians do. They stop at one message rather than looking at where the message leads. Most prefer to use a small portion of Isiah, “one line at a time, one line at a time, a little here, and a little there!” Then theologians dive right into their long drawn out explanation when in fact they are ignoring the line they are trying to explain. The prophecy is of course about Jesus. Trying to tell us, the story about Jesus in the Old Testament is made up of little pieces here and there that need to be put together. Which men who interpret the Bible refuse to do. Which is why Isiah told them, “priests and prophets stagger with alcohol and lose themselves in wine. They reel when they see visions and stagger as they render decisions. Their tables are covered with vomit;” Which is something smart people want to avoid.

It doesn’t matter how we look at it. If we don’t gather all the data, we are never going to see the big picture. So we have no choice but to start gathering data, write out a list, pray about it, and repeat as often as necessary.

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