Any Connection Between Monkeypox And COVID Shots?

WHO Global Power Grab!

By Neenah Payne

Just as we’ve begun to relax after two years of fear-mongering over COVID and are looking forward to the summer, we are threatened with another “pandemic” — as eerily predicted by Bill and Melinda Gates in 2020.

BILL AND MELINDA GATES ANNOUNCE NEXT PANDEMIC WILL GET ATTENTION THIS TIME (video) shows the unbridled glee that Bill and Melinda Gates expressed as they promised in 2020 there would be another “pandemic”. They smirk as Gates says, “That will get attention this time!

Gates’ Prediction: Right on Time

And here it is — right on time. Now we are threatened with a monkeypox “pandemic” just as the World Health Organization goes for an unprecedented power grab to rule the world with a rushed treaty which would give Gates even more global control. The chart below shows that the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation is the second largest funder of the WHO. However, Gates’ GAVI Alliance is the fifth largest funder — giving Gates a huge role in directing the WHO agenda — especially with a complicit Biden administration.

Monkeypox “Pandemic” Supports WHO’s Power Grab

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The shocking must-see video below points out that monkeypox is showing up now in people who got the Astrazenica and Johnson & Johnson COVID shots! It explains that those shots are virus vectors which inject the genome of a chimpanzee into cells and orders them to replicate. The virus used in those shots causes smallpox! The video explains that the sudden outbreak of hepatitis in kids is also linked to the Astrazenica and Johnson & Johnson COVID shots! It points out that these new threats are coming up just as the World Health Organization is trying to assume global control of national governments. This is World War III — the globalists against humanity!

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Importance Of Context In Studying The Bible

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The main reason it is important to study the Bible in context is in order to obtain a correct understanding of the passage. Misunderstanding a portion of the Bible can lead to misapplying it in our lives as well as teaching something wrong to others. These are quite the opposite of God’s desire for our lives, which includes knowing His Word accurately, applying it in our own lives, and teaching it to others, following the example of Ezra, “For Ezra had set his heart to study the Law of the LORD, and to do it and to teach his statutes and rules in Israel” (Ezra 7:10).

Another concern with taking the Bible out of context is the temptation to make the Bible say what we want rather than what it originally meant. Those who have taken this misguided approach have used Scripture to “prove” a wide variety of practices as “biblical.” However, a practice is only biblical if it is based on an accurate understanding of Scripture that includes studying the context surrounding a passage.

For example, some have taught that slavery was biblical since this practice can be found in the Bible. However, while it is true slavery is found in the Bible, the New Testament did not teach Christians to enslave one another. On the contrary, in Paul’s most personal letter regarding this issue, he wrote to Philemon with the intention that Philemon should free his runaway slave Onesimus (Philemon 1).

In addition, Genesis 1:27 speaks of men and women being created in God’s image. Christians are called to love neighbor as self (Mark 12:31), a practice that would certainly contradict the practice of modern slavery. Further, a close examination of slavery and servanthood in first century times shows that it often differed widely in application from modern slavery. A doulos (Greek word for servant) could have a servant of his or her own and held much responsibility. While there were certainly masters who treated their servants poorly in that time, slavery then was not practiced exactly as slavery has been in modern times. Without studying the context of biblical passages on this topic, however, past generations have used Scripture to support the most tragic of interpretations regarding the enslavement and mistreatment of people.

Scripture encourages readers to study the full counsel of God. In Acts 20:27, the apostle Paul told the elders in his presence, “I did not shrink from declaring to you the whole counsel of God.” Our lives are to follow this same practice of studying all of God’s Word to accurately understand its teachings and apply them to our lives. Second Timothy 2:15 is clear, “Do your best to present yourself to God as one approved, a worker who has no need to be ashamed, rightly handling the word of truth.”

China elected to WHO executive board

Despite its lies about the spread of the SARS-CoV-2 virus and its cover-up of the pandemic’s origin, China has been elected to the World Health Organization’s executive board. U.N. Watch Executive Director Hillel Neuer, executive director of the non-profit U.N. Watch, noted China’s election last Friday at the conclusion of the World Health Assembly apparently…

Source: China elected to WHO executive board

The Connection Between Aspiration and Inspiration in Kids

By: Tim Elmore Growing Leaders

A boy named Norris began mowing lawns four years ago. I’m not talking about mowing his own lawn; he’d been doing that already. I mean he began mowing lawns for other people who needed it, starting with a disabled neighbor who lived nearby. He didn’t make a big deal of it. He just marched over and mowed the lawn. And he’s continued since that time. Norris now mows several people’s lawns for free simply because he knows it’s easier for him to do it than it is for them.

 

Norris hopes to turn this into a business in the near future.

 

People have taken notice of this teen. Frozen Rayne SnoCones began giving police officers “tickets” to offer any kids they spot doing something good for someone else. One officer spotted Norris and gave him one for a free snow cone. They call it a “Caught You ticket.” Over time, Norris began providing lawn care for the elderly, disabled, single moms, and veterans. The result? Let’s just say Norris has enjoyed his fair share of snow cones.

But that’s not why he’s doing the lawn care.

Norris would tell you he simply matched a skill he had with a passion he had to help those in need. Mowing lawns came to mind. So, instead of waiting or analyzing whether it was a good idea or not, he just acted on his passion. When young people have an aspiration to serve in a given area, they’ll gain inspiration for how to approach the idea along the way. Teens learn on a need-to-know basis.

The Connection Between Aspiration and Inspiration 

When I was young, I began noticing this connection between my inspiration and my aspirations. I remember aspiring to buy a car and instantly felt compelled to work at Charburger, a local fast food restaurant. I knew the amount I needed. Later (at 19), I felt the inspiration to serve teens, and I took a job as a youth leader at two non-profit organizations. It was not glamorous, but it felt like a calling. I’m still serving teens today. After watching students for four decades, here is my conclusion:

  1. Inspiration to do something can lead to aspiration to do more of it.
  2. Aspiration can lead to inspiration when we want to do something about it.

The key is for us to help Generation Z members combine the two so they’ll be willing and able to demonstrate the grit and resolve they need to accomplish something.

Our Challenge Today

The problem we have today is that millions of Generation Z members feel little ambition for work. Times have changed. Certainly not all of them but Vox magazine reports that a growing number of Zoomers possess a fundamentally different view of work than their parents did and even most Millennials did at their age. One viral TikTok rant blatantly spells out this perspective: “I don’t have goals. I don’t have ambition. I only want to be attractive.” The trend seems to reject hard work and embrace leisure. According to one journalist, thousands of young adults remixed the viral TikTok sound, providing commentary about their post-college plans, dream jobs, or ideal lifestyles as stay-at-home spouses. One student said to me, “I can’t tell you what my dream job is because I don’t dream about work.”

This seems to stand in contrast to previous research I’ve done, revealing that the majority of teens today plan to be an entrepreneur. I know several members of Gen Z (Zoomers) who have great ambitions and aspirations. Yet their ambitions may look very different than employers perceive ambition. Clearly, the pandemic has affected teens differently than it affected today’s adults. Many members of my generation live to work. It’s a part of our identity, even to the point of being unhealthy. Gen Z fears work will be a drudgery. One of their biggest concerns is they’ll have to take a job they dislike. Millions would say they don’t live to work, they work to live. They become disillusioned about work as they observe adult generations (especially baby boomers and Gen Xers) at work.

How We Can Cultivate Inspiration and Aspirations

I believe it’s most important to divide their ideas of work from the stereotypes they have of it. It was Confucius who said, “Choose a job you love, and you’ll never have to work a day in your life.” Perhaps that’s oversimplified, but it’s what I have done. I love what I get to do, but I don’t look at it as a job even though anyone observing me would say it is. I can’t believe I get paid to do what I do, and I am fulfilled knowing it serves an important need in both leaders and teens today. I approach my work as a calling. The root for the term vocation is vocal, which is about a call, not a task.

Here are four simple steps to take.

First, ask students about what interests them or what makes them grieve or get angry. Often, aspirations begin with a negative emotion about something that must be done. Even if they’re apathetic, they must have some level of interest in something important.

Next, remind students their passions are not random. Think about Norris the grass cutter. What does his passion for mowing lawns say about him? Why do it?  What can you do when you catch a kid acting from compassion or serving others with passion?

Third, review past experiences with your students. They inform our desires. I know a 91-year-old man who was bullied as a child, and two boys helped him. Decades later, he still comes to the aid of anyone he spots who might feel bullied or ostracized.

Finally, help students take a first step. It doesn’t need to be strategic, but it helps to start while the thought is fresh. The longer we wait, the easier it is to wait longer. There will always be excuses. Empower students to get started now. I learned long ago:

  • I don’t need a better computer to become a writer.
  • I don’t need a better guitar to become a musician.
  • I don’t need a better camera to become a photographer.
  • What I need is to get to work.

Lesson On Humility

And Jesse made seven of his sons pass before Samuel. And Samuel said to Jesse, “The Lord has not chosen these.” And Samuel said to Jesse, “Are all your sons here?” And he said, “There remains yet the youngest, but behold, he is keeping the sheep.” And Samuel said to Jesse, “Send and fetch him; for we will not sit down till he comes here.” And he sent, and brought him in. Now he was ruddy, and had beautiful eyes, and was handsome. And the Lord said, “Arise, anoint him; for this is he.” Then Samuel took the horn of oil, and anointed him in the midst of his brothers; and the Spirit of the Lord came mightily upon David from that day forward. And Samuel rose up, and went to Ra′mah.

Humility

The selection of David by God as the king of Israel is one of numerous stories in sacred scripture that show God’s preference for the lowly. This teaches us the important lesson that God’s favor is drawn by humility: “God opposes the proud, but gives grace to the humble” (1 Peter 5:5). Humility is not, as it is often thought of in the secular realm, a matter of low self-esteem.

Rather, it is being realistic about oneself, seeing oneself in the light of God and reality. As St. Francis famously said, “We are what we are before God and nothing more.” That is the catch phrase of humility. What we are before God, on the one hand, is a creature and a sinner. On the other hand, we are his redeemed children. Humility would have regard for both of these truths.

We see this most clearly in the life of Jesus. As scripture teaches us, Christ is the perfect model of humility. Christ, who was the very Son of God the Father and equal to him in essence and nature, “humbled himself and became obedient to the point of death, even death on a cross” (Philippians 2:8). Both Romans and Jews considered crucifixion the most shameful and accursed way to die. Yet, as Paul continues, in view of Christ’s humility, he is exalted as the Lord of all. As Jesus himself says: “Whoever humbles himself will be exalted” (Matthew 23:12). Christ perfectly displays humility in his willingness to be obedient, but without denying the value or authority God gives him. He does not loathe himself, nor does he exalt himself. He gives himself completely to the will of the Father, and so should we.

Let the Lord show you how to be humble without self-loathing as you come before him in your personal prayer today.

Murderers Of Christian Woman In Sokoto Northwest Nigeria Must Be Arrested And Punished

By Farooq Kperogi Twitter: @farooqkperogi I just watched a bloodcurdling video clip of a bunch of murderous, maniacal brutes murdering and b…

Twitter: @farooqkperogi

I just watched a bloodcurdling video clip of a bunch of murderous, maniacal brutes murdering and burning a Christian woman at the Shehu Shagari College of Education in Sokoto because she allegedly blasphemed Islam, and I’m overwrought with deep anguish!

The cowardly, homicidal beasts who extrajudicially murdered this Christian woman are the same kinds of people who pray to God to save them from the bandits that have made their communities drown in oceans of blood.

They murder fellow humans in their self-imposed “fight for God” but pray to the same God to fight for them when they’re confronted by bloodthirsty bandits. What kind of messed-up human scum are those?

Sadly, this sort of consequence-free murder of people in the name of avenging “blasphemy” has been going on for far too long in the North. This must stop!

The monsters in that video are easily identifiable. The Sokoto State government must immediately apprehend them and make an example of them.

If that doesn’t happen, this kind of murderous barbarism will continue to happen, and Nigeria can’t survive indiscriminate, religion-inspired murders of innocent people.

  1. Mr Kperogi, good luck arresting these people. Was anyone arrested for the death of Gideon Akaluka, the Danish cartoon riots, the 2011 election riots even the juggle justice that goes on sometimes in southern Nigeria.

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