I have posted, lately, several "prophet-of-doom type links that many may compare to the paranoia of Chicken Little. Some folks consider ALL conspiracy theories to be nothing but paranoia. However, I have noticed that many of these theories are eventually proven true, although the lap-dog media downplays the information when the truth finally becomes apparent.
I've often said that probably about half the theories out there are bogus, or at least very flawed. But, remember that leaves the OTHER half. Even if THOSE theories are only partially true, THAT leaves the part that IS true. Think for a moment - if only 10% of the things we read and hear about impending troubles are correct, we are still in DEEP, DEEP trouble.
America has now raised up two generations that have been taught NOT to think, but BELIEVE everything the government and the news media tell them. Proof of that was the SECOND election of Obama. A complete idiot might have been fooled the first time, but only someone completely brain-dead could vote for that demon a SECOND time. Yet, most of his supporters would happily vote for him all over again. Reason, facts, truth and morals have all been thrown to the wind. I believe that it will now require an act of God (meaning YAHWEH, NOT Allah) to get rid of Satan's minion that currently holds the Oval Office.
Not everything predicted will come to pass. Some things may take much longer than predicted. While everything could fall apart next month, it could also be a few YEARS down the road. However, be assured that many people are working tirelessly to make those dire predictions become a reality. Plus, for each prediction proven false, I believe two worse ones will be proven true.
Does this mean that I have no faith in God? To the contrary, HE told us that these things would happen, He just didn't give us all the details. We have no sure safety in this life. The only safety that is available is the safety of your soul. I BEG you to accept Jesus as your savior, if you haven't already. You may not have much longer! © 2013