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Old 11-16-2012, 01:53 PM
 
Location: Florida
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In spite of 800,000 copies sold too many christians are left clueless regarding The Habinger and the message it carries. I found a handful of fellow christians at my evangelical church who read the book. I was nearly at a point of screaming out to God when I discovered our assistant minister and most elders didn't have any idea what I was referring to and it made me question "why have I been blessed so much with this insight"? yet leaders have the audascity of telling me to my face they never heard of the harbingers????? I nearly have left the church over this insanity! I came to my senses when i realized that this kind of revelation doesn't ever trickle down from pastors (especially schooled in Baptist colleges (I'll bit my lip....ouch!). Anyway the Cedar in question replaced the uprooted sycamore a sequence significant to the 9 harbingers. I'm not sure if there is a message but one question remains is hope fading? After 9/11.the financial crisis,the vow by two witnesses in Washington then Sandy? Are we in Gods sights? Now there is talk of a super volcano in the Gulf that may trigger the New Madrid fault that will wipe out Florida (completely) and all the US costline plus widen the Mississippi by like 100 miles!!!! That later senario is speculation for sure but worth assessing?
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Old 11-18-2012, 06:46 AM
 
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Celebration for this wall of unforgivingness is not forgiven in Heaven , As if in we forgive , then Father God will forgive , where If we forgive not , then Father God will not forgive our unforgivingness ....... See this a spiritual law
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Old 01-14-2013, 10:44 AM
 
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the proverbial straw on the camels back was placed in 1972. read 2 Kings 24:4 for the national "unpardonable" sin. Shalom in Yeshua.
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Old 01-17-2013, 09:22 AM
 
Location: San Antonio
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the destruction of this country is coming. we are 1 event away from turning on each other. one say we will wake up and life will never be the same.
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Old 07-05-2013, 09:49 AM
 
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Please don't speak curses on our nation by saying there is no hope--only judgment! The Spirit of God can intervene at any moment, invade our land, and bring the next revival and Great Awakening!
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Old 07-05-2013, 12:41 PM
 
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the destruction of this country is coming. we are 1 event away from turning on each other. one say we will wake up and life will never be the same.
Oh, please.

My state just suffered the tragedy of loosing 19 firefighters. People of ALL creeds and religions and colors have been coming together to honor and pay tribute to them. People are raising money for the families. And for the families who lost their homes in the fire. American flags are everywhere. People are coming from all over the country to pay tribute to the men who were killed. Some pray. Some stand at attention. Some burn candles. Strangers have been hugging each other in the streets in front of the many memorials that have been set up to pay tribute to these men. NO ONE CARES if they are hugging a conservative or a liberal or a Christian or a black or a Jew or an atheist or a Navajo or a Mormon or a hippie.

You and whoever it is you're hanging out with may be turning on each but I can assure you that the average American is not.

(Come see for yourself. I'd invite you to join your fellow Americans and stand in 110 degree heat to keep a vigil and pay tribute to these men. Which is what has been happening outside the medical examiner's office in Phoenix. No one wants them to be alone.)

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Old 07-05-2013, 12:48 PM
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Location: Ontario, Canada
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Oh, please.

My state just suffered the tragedy of loosing 19 firefighters. People of ALL creeds and religions and colors have been coming together to honor and pay tribute to them. People are raising money for the families. And for the families who lost their homes in the fire. American flags are everywhere. People are coming from all over the country to pay tribute to the men who were killed. Strangers have been hugging each other in the streets in front of the many memorials that have been set up to pay tribute to these men. NO ONE CARES if they are hugging a conservative or a liberal or a Christian or a black or a Jew or a Navajo or a Mormon or a hippie.

You (and whoever it is you're hanging out with) may be turning on each but I can assure you that the average American is not.
If you look for good, you'll find it.

The reverse is also true.
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Old 07-05-2013, 01:23 PM
 
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If you look for good, you'll find it.

The reverse is also true.
Yeah, I was thinking about that.

Funny how it's always a distinct political/religious bent that thinks the sky is falling.
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Old 07-05-2013, 01:33 PM
 
Location: Southern Oregon
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Yeah, I was thinking about that.

Funny how it's always a distinct political/religious bent that thinks the sky is falling.
It IS!
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Old 07-05-2013, 01:45 PM
 
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If you look for good, you'll find it.

The reverse is also true.
Whoa...I just went looking for "questionable"....and I found it! The Harbinger: Fact or Fiction? « The Alliance for Biblical Integrity

Of course there will always be pro and con reviews for books claiming to know something about bible prophecies coming true today.

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