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Monday 1-9-23

Monday 1-9-23

Verse for today:

Let your light so shine before men, that they may see your good works, and glorify your Father which is in heaven.

Matthew 5:16 KJV


Pastor – Jack HIBBS:

“…For He knows our frame; He remembers that we are dust.” Psalm 103:14

God knows, and God remembers. This comforting truth draws us back to Genesis, where we see Elohim creating man from the dust of the earth. Science confirms that man’s biological structure doesn’t amount to much—only a few essential elements—but this is of no consequence to Him who purposefully fashioned us. Our fragile state is why God willingly upholds us and guarantees that He’ll never lay undue burdens on us.


The Father’s understanding of our weakness is best seen at Calvary’s cross. His unfathomable love could not allow Him to abandon us to ourselves without remedy. God opened the door to eternity’s inexhaustible riches while all our sins and transgressions were laid upon His only Son. Strength is not a criterion for the believer’s access to God’s unlimited mercy. You are assured of His compassion and graciousness, no matter how frail you may be. Amid life’s ups and downs, He will not allow any path to take you beyond what you can bear or lead you to destruction. He will not permit it. It cost Him too much. He cannot fail nor forsake you—these things are impossible for Him. Dear saint, your Creator knows your anxieties, fears, and questions. He knows your temptations and trials. He knows you are but dust, and He will give you strength equal to your day. Awaiting His Return, [Pastor – Jack HIBBS]



Quick Summary


New Acronyms:

XINO = Christian in Name Only. Pronounced XI as in the president of the Chinese Communist Party. Same kind of people that were called Nicolaitans in the first seven churches of Revelation.


SOS = Save Our Sity. Pronounced "city" as in the "15 Minute City" plan your council will have to implement per UN agreement. (aka "donut" and "smart" city). In other words, a prison city with everything you need under surveillance no more than 15 minutes away.


OCPS = Ontario Collage of Politicians & Surgeons. Pronounced "collage" with a soft G, like a collection of VIP portraits that Jordan Peterson must study as part of his re-education (if he wants to keep his license as a clinical psychologist).


WHO = World Health Orders. Pronounced "who!?" as in "Who do they think they are, amending their UN Constitution to make laws possible that would supersede our local and federal laws?!!!" See this month’s front-page story in Druthers.

[Patrick Bestall]



Florida Sheriff Blows Whistle on Biden–Reveals What He Warned Years Ago Has Happened:

Joe Biden has long ignored the real problems facing the United States. Case in point, he called inflation “temporary” for months, until it was raging out of control. He did nothing about the supply chain, which is still broken. He ignored warnings about baby formula shortages and even ignored a shocking lack of children’s cough medicine this cold season.

But the biggest failure coming out of the Biden administration could have been easily avoided. In fact, numerous experts sounded the alarm long before the crisis hit. And now, a Florida sheriff is revealing he told the administration what would happen if they did nothing. Now, it’s too late.

On Wednesday’s broadcast of the Fox News Channel’s “Fox & Friends,” Monroe County, FL Sheriff Rick Ramsay (R) said that dealing with migrants in the county is hurting his agency’s ability to protect its citizens and that the federal government failed to come up with the plan despite being warned that a problem was coming…

“I’m having to pull resources all day long to respond to landings where we’re diverting police, fire, rescue…

“But this is nothing that wasn’t foreseeable. We’ve spoken to the government in the past, we said, this is increasing. This is going to be a problem, you need to work on an action plan now so we can mitigate this when it does occur. Now, it’s occurring to what we thought, and there’s not much of a plan.” [Source: Breitbart]

This is pretty outrageous. Sheriff Ramsay revealed that the border crisis is hammering, not just Texas or Arizona, but Florida. Countless illegals are hitting Florida shores, forcing law enforcement to divert needed resources like fire and rescue to address them. All that is taking away from real problems facing Floridians, putting many Americans at risk.

The sheriff pointed out that his office warned the federal government about this. He said he spoke to the government in the past, urging them to prevent this exploding crisis. But Joe Biden did nothing. In fact, it was his decisions to open the border that created this situation in the first place.

Millions of illegal aliens have entered the country, because Biden canceled the border wall, ended Remain in Mexico, and has prevented DHS from deporting anyone. Biden is deliberately making this problem much worse. All so that Democrats can exploit illegals by getting them to vote in future elections.

But the problem is becoming too big for anyone to ignore. Illegal aliens are ending up in all corners of the country. Even blue cities and states are overwhelmed. When is Biden going to actually do something about it?

And if he doesn’t, will Republicans bother to hold him accountable?

Author: Jim Stone


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Disclaimer:

The following information is found on the internet and is usually not referenced by the Main-Stream Media [MSM]. It is my intention to present this information so that one has a better knowledgebase from which to make judgements. These are not necessarily my views; however, they need to be considered if one is not to become biased as only one side of a discussion is presented. Much of the content of this BLOG is re-printed Material. Consider, do your own research, and make up your own mind.



· Let us not forget the Jan. 6 Patriots who have been held in solitary confinement for two years without hearings, or due process of law. They have asked for your prayers. http://www.cedarhillscitizens.org/january-6th-capitol-insurrection-lie-orchestrated-treason-from-within/



Global Financial Crisis:


  • · The Deep State’s Great Reset: Former Blackrock manager Edward Dowd explained that a digital currency will be linked to your social credit score as part of a financial reset.

  • · Economic Tipping Point Has Arrived: https://www.zerohedge.com/personal-finance/11-signs-economic-tipping-point-everyones-been-waiting-has-arrived

  • · The number of homes being sold in this country each month has already fallen by a third.

  • · The number of job cuts in November was 417 percent higher than it was during the same month a year earlier.

  • · Amazon.com Inc. is laying off more than 18,000 employees — the biggest reduction in its history — in the latest sign that a tech-industry slump is deepening.

  • · The Federal Reserve has declared war on inflation, but prices continue to spiral out of control.

  • · Vegetables are 80 percent more expensive now than they were 12 months ago.

  • · The financial markets continue to plunge.

  • · A third of the value of the Nasdaq has already been wiped out.

  • · More than two-thirds of the value of all crypto currencies is already gone.

  • · U.S. manufacturing is declining at the fastest pace that we have seen since the early days of the COVID pandemic.

  • · In December the S&P Global U.S. Manufacturing Purchasing Managers’ Index (PMI) fell at the fastest rate since May 2020, a continuing sign that the manufacturing sector is on the decline.

  • · The U.S. Manufacturing PMI posted a 46.2 in December, down from 47.7 in November and solidly below 50, which signals that the sector is contracting, according to S&P Global.

  • · Production levels contracted in back-to-back months, with new sales plummeting at the end of December at the fastest pace since 2007, as companies cited weakening demand amid “economic uncertainty” and inflation weighing on customers.

  • · U.S. services PMI has now fallen for sixth months in a row.

  • · We just witnessed the largest one day drop in the Baltic Dry Index since 1984.

  • · The Baltic Exchange’s dry bulk sea freight index crashed on Tuesday in the worst decline on record, sinking on prospects of a global recession. Baltic Dry Good Index is a measure of global shipping and economic health. The overall index, which tracks rates for capesize, panamax, and supramax shipping vessels carrying dry bulk commodities, plunged 17.5% to $1,250, the most significant daily decline since 1984.

  • · Thanks to rapidly falling imports, we just witnessed the largest monthly decline in the trade deficit since the last financial crisis.

  • · According to the BEA, the November trade deficit narrowed to $61.5b from $77.8b in prior month, coming in below the median estimate of $63.0BN (and just barely missing the top end of the range of $61.3BN to $80.5BN from 42 economists).

  • · The 20% one-month decline in the deficit was the single biggest drop in the US trade deficit on a percentage basis going back to the global financial crisis!

  • · In 2022, U.S. auto sales were the lowest that we have seen for a full year in more than a decade.

  • · Industry wide, U.S. auto sales totaled 13.7 million vehicles in 2022, the lowest figure since 2011 and an 8% decrease from the prior year, according to the research firm Wards Intelligence. Sales had topped 17 million vehicles for five straight years before the Covid-19 pandemic struck in 2020, unleashing supply-chain problems that have bogged down deliveries ever since.

  • · The average rate on a 30 year fixed-rate mortgage is more than twice as high as it was this time last year. Mortgage rates inched up again last week, after a slight increase the week before interrupted six straight weeks of falling rates.

  • · The 30-year fixed-rate mortgage averaged 6.48% in the week ending January 5, up from 6.42% the week before, according to Freddie Mac. A year ago, the 30-year fixed rate was 3.22%.

  • · According to CNN, sales of apartments in Manhattan were 28.5 percent lower in the fourth quarter of 2022 than they were in the fourth quarter of 2021. Higher rates and still-high housing prices cooled demand at the end of last year, causing sales to tumble. Sales dropped 28.5% in the fourth quarter compared to the fourth quarter of 2021. Overall, existing home sales in the United States have fallen for 10 months in a row and are now down by more than a third since January 2022.

  • · Bed Bath & Beyond is warning that the company is literally on the verge of declaring bankruptcy. The retailer, citing worse-than-expected sales, issued a “going concern” warning that in the upcoming months it likely will not have the cash to cover expenses, such as lease agreements or payments to suppliers. Bed Bath said it is exploring financial options, such as restructuring, seeking additional capital or selling assets, in addition to a potential bankruptcy.

  • · Overall, the tech industry has already laid off more than 150,000 workers.


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