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Today at church,

a young lady in Sunday School felt compelled to ask prayer for the surviving bomber, and my pastor said as Christians, that we should have compassion (prayer, sympathy, etc.) on him because we are all sinners- some of us may never be driven to murder, but any and all sin separates us from a perfectly holy God, and we are just as guilty if we are not covered by the blood.

I don't think anyone in my church is as awake as I am, but the Spirit is there and I believe it will lead people to the truth.

For those of us who want to puke everytime we see what Mystery Babylon aka the Vampire Squid aka Anglo-American MIC aka Bankster Inc/S.P.E.C.T.R.E. - uh, the Bible told to expect all this, so it shouldn't come as a surprise when the common enemy of mankind, the "princes and principalities of the air" aka demonic entitites, are bubbling their way to the surface like the pus in a zit. They've been working a long time since the Tower of Babel incident to get to this point- to consolidate and oppose the things of God - the family, peace, farming, decentralized government (as laid out in Judges as God's perferred method). Knowing that there is an epic battle of cosmic proportions happening all around me is pretty exciting, and knowing that Jesus Christ has already won it is extremely comforting to me.

For practical help, I recommend The Christian in Complete Armour by William Gurnall. It's not some pansy wansy Churchianity devotional -it's a hard core Puritan manual on how the devil and his boyz operate, how you can oppose them, when to know that the devil is playing head games with you and when you need to step up your game. The examples and allegories in it are priceless. My favorite line:

"The violent and valient are they which take heaven by force; cowards never won heaven. Say not that thou has royal blood running in thy vains, and art begotten of God, except that thy can prove thy pedigree by this heroic spirit, to dare to be holy in spite of men and devils."

Yee hah!