An introduction to a friend Henry Gruver.

Henry is an awesome Christian and a prayer walker. So far, he has walked the borders 55 Nations. He has a few videos on You Tube that bring out his adventures. I met Henry about twenty years ago while attending Skyway Church in Goodyear Arizona. He came to Skyway to share about  prayer walking, we afterwards did a prayer walk. Many of us were smitten with a desire to follow his lead in taking territory back in Jesus name. Henry has written a book entitled, Prayer Walking.

Ten years earlier I came upon another awesome Christian named Ron Wyatt who was an adventurer also like Henry. I became interested in Wyatt’s many discoveries proving the stories of the Bible. So many people doubt Wyatt’s stories, but they have been substantiated over the years. I have recently found videos of Henry sharing his friendship with Ron Wyatt. I am going to post these videos one at a time for your viewing pleasure.

Some of these are lengthy, but well worth the knowledge shared. Just for openers Ron Wyatt spent years searching for the Arc of the Covenant and found it with proof. Controversy has arisen as always, but these are true Christian men sharing their experiences.

 

 

     Henry talks about quite a few experiences with Ron Wyatt.

 

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My True Story of Freedom

“And they overcame him by the blood of the Lamb and by the word of their testimony, and they did not love their lives to the death.” Rev.12:11

DeNero speaks from his troubled heart

DeNero De Nero speaks as emperor to his fellow hollowooders.  Mannyr

By Kathy Crest: It seems that those who have spoken out the loudest against President Trump, are the ones who have the most to hide. Robert De Niro has certainly voiced his opinion, and directed some choice words at Trump, and now it appears the joke is on him, as accusations are beginning to fly.
The predators are coming out of the woodwork, like cockroaches in the night. The main stream media has had no problem airing the dirty laundry of Hollywood elitists as long as their crimes are against women. But will they open up to the “real” problem in tinsel town, the crimes against young children.

Approximately four months ago, an international prostitution ring was broken up by police. Robert De Niro just happened to be listed as one of their clients. Six people were charged with running the ring, which is known for its involvement in providing under aged children to the rich and famous. Young girls are lured into these rings with promises of modeling careers, then oftentimes drugged and held against their will. The wealthy pay good money for their sick fetish, and also dish out plenty to keep it under wraps. The media did a good job of keeping this story out of the news.

 

 

 

Louis Palau movie—importance of discipleship–mentors

In “Palau the Movie,” Reeves (“Nashville”) plays Palau’s mentor, Ray Stedman. The late evangelical Christian pastor of Peninsula Bible Church in Palo Alto, California, found Palau on that street corner in Argentina. He saw something special in Palau and offered him a pathway to the United States where he would later attend Dallas Theological Seminary.

“Luis has fire and that was apparent from a young age and Stedman knew that if that was channeled in the right way then he could do great things and become who he is today and reach the amount of people he reached.”

According to statistics by WACMM, “90 million men are not involved in any kind of discipleship. Only 6 million men are involved in discipleship — 1 out of every 18 men. More than 90 percent of American men believe in God, and five out of six call themselves Christians. But only two out of six attend church on a given Sunday.”

In addition, “Fewer than 10 percent of U.S. churches are able to establish or maintain a vibrant men’s ministry and fewer than 1 percent of churchgoing men participate in any sort of ongoing men’s ministry program.”

However, Palau’s influence shows what can happen when men come together to build each other up as they share the Gospel with the world.

 

 

Debating with Liberals

 

If you want to upset a Conservative, lie to him.  If you want to upset a Liberal, tell him the truth.

Muslims suffer insanity, low IQ, recessive disorders from 1400 years inbreeding

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Biological fallout from 50 generations of first cousin marriages

from a Lockheed employee in Saudi Arabia.

During the pilot transition program with the KV-107 and C-130 with Lockheed, we found that most Saudi pilot trainees had very limited night vision, even on the brightest of moonlit nights.

Their training retention rate was minimal including maintenance personnel. Some had dim memories and had to be constantly reminded of things that were told to them the day before. An American, British or any other western instructor is burned out pretty quick. It actually took Muslim C-130 pilots years before they could fly in the dark safely and then would be reluctant to leave the lights of a city.

Ask any Marine, Air Force or Army guy who’s been trying to train Iraqis, and especially Afghans. Islam is not only a religion; it’s a way of life all the way around. Yet another set of revealing facts about Muslim beliefs and traditions and ways of life. 1400 years of inbreeding.

Nikolai Sennels is a Danish psychologist who has done extensive research into a little-known problem in the Muslim world: the disastrous results of Muslim inbreeding brought about by the marriage of first cousins. This practice, which has been prohibited in the Judeo-Christian tradition since the days of Moses, was sanctioned by Muhammad and has been going on now for 50 generations (1,400 years) in the Muslim world.

This practice of inbreeding will never go away in the Muslim world, since Muhammad is the ultimate example and authority on all matters, including marriage.

The massive inbreeding in Muslim culture may well have done virtually irreversible damage to the Muslim gene pool, including extensive damage to its intelligence, sanity, and health. According to Sennels, close to half of all Muslims in the world are inbred. In Pakistan, the numbers approach 70%. Even in England, more than half of Pakistani immigrants are married to their first cousins, and in Denmark the number of inbred Pakistani immigrants is around 40%.

The numbers are equally devastating in other important Muslim countries: 67% in Saudi Arabia, 64% in Jordan, and Kuwait, 63% in Sudan, 60% in Iraq, and 54% in the United Arab Emirates and Qatar.

According to the BBC, this Pakistani, Muslim-inspired inbreeding is thought to explain the probability that a British Pakistani family is more than 13 times as likely to have children with recessive genetic disorders. While Pakistanis are responsible for three percent of the births in the UK, they account for 33% of children with genetic birth defects.

The risks of what are called autosomal recessive disorders such as cystic fibrosis, spinal muscular atrophy is 18 times higher, and the risk of death due to malformations is 10 times higher. Other negative consequences of inbreeding include a 100 percent increase in the risk of stillbirths and a 50% increase in the possibility that a child will die during labor.

Lowered intellectual capacity is another devastating consequence of Muslim marriage patterns. According to Sennels, research shows that children of consanguineous marriages lose 10-16 points off their IQ and that social abilities develop much slower in inbred babies. The risk of having an IQ lower than 70, the official demarcation for being classified as “retarded,” increases by an astonishing 400 percent among children of cousin marriages. (Similar effects were seen in the Pharaonic dynasties in ancient Egypt and in the British royal family, where inbreeding was the norm for a significant period of time.)

In Denmark, non-Western immigrants are more than 300 percent more likely to fail the intelligence test required for entrance into the Danish army. Sennels says, “The ability to enjoy and produce knowledge and abstract thinking is simply lower in the Islamic world.” He points out that the Arab world translates just 330 books every year, about 20% of what Greece alone does.

In the last 1,200 years of Islam, just 100,000 books have been translated into Arabic, about what Spain does in a single year. Seven out of 10 Turks have never even read a book. Sennels points out the difficulties this creates for Muslims seeking to succeed in the West. “A lower IQ, together with a religion that denounces critical thinking, surely makes it harder for many Muslims to have success in our high-tech knowledge societies.”

Only nine Muslims have ever won the Nobel Prize, and five of those were for the “Peace Prize.” According to Nature magazine, Muslim countries produce just 10 percent of the world average when it comes to scientific research measured by articles per million inhabitants.

In Denmark, Sennels’ native country, Muslim children are grossly over represented among children with special needs. One-third of the budget for Danish schools is consumed by special education, and anywhere from 51% to 70% of retarded children with physical handicaps in Copenhagen have an immigrant background. Learning ability is severely affected as well. Studies indicated that 64% of schoolchildren with Arabic parents are still illiterate after 10 years in the Danish school system. The immigrant dropout rate in Danish high schools is twice that of the native-born.

Mental illness is also a product. The closer the blood relative, the higher the risk of schizophrenic illness. The increased risk of insanity may explain why more than 40% of patients in Denmark’s biggest ward for clinically insane criminals have an immigrant background. The U.S. is not immune. According to Sennels, “One study based on 300,000 Americans shows that the majority of Muslims in the USA have a lower income, are less educated, and have worse jobs than the population as a whole.”

Sennels concludes: There is no doubt that the wide spread tradition of first cousin marriages among Muslims has harmed the gene pool among Muslims. Because Muslims’ religious beliefs prohibit marrying non-Muslims and thus prevents them from adding fresh genetic material to their population, the genetic damage done to their gene pool since their prophet allowed first cousin marriages 1,400 years ago are most likely massive. This has produced overwhelming direct and indirect human and societal consequences.

Bottom line: Islam is not simply a benign and morally equivalent alternative to the Judeo-Christian tradition. As Sennels points out, the first and biggest victims of Islam are Muslims.

Simple Judeo-Christian compassion for Muslims and a common-sense desire to protect Western civilization from the ravages of Islam dictate a vigorous opposition to the spread of this dark and dangerous ideology.

These stark realities must be taken into account when we establish public polices dealing with immigration from Muslim countries and the building of mosques.

The Holy Spirit’s concern for Character Development

“Sow a thought, reap an action; sow an action, reap a habit; sow a habit, reap a character; sow a character, reap a destiny.”

According to the above statement, our character has something to do with our destiny. Since our destiny is of such great importance, shouldn’t we be more than concerned about developing our character?

Character is defined as moral firmness, self-control, integrity, truthfulness, honesty, commitment, purity, thoughtfulness, thankfulness, generosity, love, sharing, helpfulness, responsibility, thoroughness, trustworthiness, respect, fairness, courage, diligence, desire for excellence, perseverance, self-discipline, determination, etc.

Christian Character is formed through a lifelong process that begins at the new birth experience. When a person gives their life to Christ, the Holy Spirit begins a process of developing His character traits within the soul of the individual. It’s not an instantaneous development, but a consistent lifelong process. While many wish their character could be transformed in a moment, in a twinkling of an eye, the fact of the matter is that character transformation takes time.

Character development is like the formation of a pearl within the shell of an oyster or mollusk. The pearl is formed over a period as layers build up around some particle of sand or other irritant that has made its way into the mollusk’s shell. The oyster secretes a liquid called “Mother of Pearl” in order to protect itself from irritation. This liquid hardens and forms a smooth surface around the offending grain of sand or irritant. The layers created eventually produce a natural gem.

When irritating situations arise in our lives, the Lord wants to release His anointing as a protection against the wiles of the enemy. The Lord takes that which was once an irritating situation, releases His anointing in it, turns it into something that works for our good and causes something beautiful to happen on the inside of us.

God allows times of suffering and trial to cause change to take place within our lives. He knows exactly what’s going on and the enemy can only go as far as the Lord will allow Him to go.

Remember the story of Job? It’s interesting to me that Satan began his first attack against Job’s character. The Lord told Satan that Job was a blameless and upright man, one who feared God and shunned evil. Satan tried his best to destroy Job’s character by destroying his property and by killing his children. He wanted to see how Job would react in a pressure situation. I’m sure that Satan was more than surprised when Job refused to curse God and blessed Him instead. Remember the story of Job? It’s interesting to me that Satan began his first attack against Job’s character. The Lord told Satan that Job was a blameless and upright man, one who feared God and shunned evil. Satan tried his best to destroy Job’s character by destroying his property and by killing his children. He wanted to see how Job would react in a pressure situation. I’m sure that Satan was more than surprised when Job refused to curse God and blessed Him instead. Job’s character withstood the test of his lifetime.

How do you react in pressure situations? Do you curse God and put your fist in His face commanding that He do something to deliver you or do you prostrate yourself before Him and ask for grace and mercy?

Pressure situations have a way of bringing out the best or the worst in every human being.

Deuteronomy 8:2 – “And you shall remember that the Lord your God led you all the way these forty years in the wilderness, to humble you and test you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep His commandments or not.”

God already knew what was in their hearts. He allowed them to go through this time of great testing, so they could see what was really on the inside of them. He wanted them to see their own heart condition.

We might think we are super spiritual until a time of testing comes into our lives and God allows us to see what’s re ally in the deepest depths of our hearts.

I’ve been amazed at those times when venomous words have proceeded out of my mouth because of things not going my way. I didn’t expect pressure situations or suffering to come knocking on my door at such unexpected times, and when they did, I unleashed all the venom that was in my heart towards the situations. How did this kind of response make me feel afterwards? It caused me to see a dark place in my heart that I had never seen before. It brought understanding of what the Holy Spirit was trying to speak to me, and it caused me to cry out to God with a repentant heart and allow change to take place.

Remember the story of Job? It’s interesting to me that Satan began his first attack against Job’s character. The Lord told Satan that Job was a blameless and upright man, one who feared God and shunned evil. Satan tried his best to destroy Job’s character by destroying his property and by killing his children. He wanted to see how Job would react in a pressure situation. I’m sure that Satan was more than surprised when Job refused to curse God and blessed Him instead. Job’s character withstood the test of his lifetime.

How do you react in pressure situations? Do you curse God and put your fist in His face commanding that He do something to deliver you or do you prostrate yourself before Him and ask for grace and mercy?

Pressure situations have a way of bringing out the best or the worst in every human being.

Deuteronomy 8:2 – “And you shall remember that the Lord your God led you all the way these forty years in the wilderness, to humble you and test you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep His commandments or not.”

God already knew what was in their hearts. He allowed them to go through this time of great testing, so they could see what was really on the inside of them. He wanted them to see their own heart condition.

We might think we are super spiritual until a time of testing comes into our lives and God allows us to see what’s re ally in the deepest depths of our hearts.

I’ve been amazed at those times when venomous words have proceeded out of my mouth as a result of things not going my way. I didn’t expect pressure situations or suffering to come knocking on my door at such unexpected times, and when they did, I unleashed all the venom that was in my heart towards the situations. How did this kind of response make me feel afterwards? It caused me to see a dark place in my heart that I had never seen before. It brought understanding of what the Holy Spirit was trying to speak to me, and it caused me to cry out to God with a repentant heart and allow change to take place.

He stood the test of his lifetime.

How do you react in pressure situations? Do you curse God and put your fist in His face commanding that He do something to deliver you or do you prostrate yourself before Him and ask for grace and mercy?

Pressure situations have a way of bringing out the best or the worst in every human being.

Deuteronomy 8:2 – “And you shall remember that the Lord your God led you all the way these forty years in the wilderness, to humble you and test you, to know what was in your heart, whether you would keep His commandments or not.”

God already knew what was in their hearts. He allowed them to go through this time of great testing, so they could see what was really on the inside of them. He wanted them to see their own heart condition.

We might think we are super spiritual until a time of testing comes into our lives and God allows us to see what’s re ally in the deepest depths of our hearts.

I’ve been amazed at those times when venomous words have proceeded out of my mouth as a result of things not going my way. I didn’t expect pressure situations or suffering to come knocking on my door at such unexpected times, and when they did, I unleashed all the venom that was in my heart towards the situations. How did this kind of response make me feel afterwards? It caused me to see a dark place in my heart that I had never seen before. It brought understanding of what the Holy Spirit was trying to speak to me, and it caused me to cry out to God with a repentant heart and allow change to take place.

Sometimes the Lord allows us to go through situations because we are not grasping or understanding what He is attempting to speak to us. Sometimes He allows us to go through trials and trouble because He wants to make us more like Him. He’s more concerned with our character transformation than our success rate.

Gal. 4:19 – “My little children, for whom I labor in birth again until Christ is formed in you…”

In the above Scripture reference, Paul is addressing the need of maturity in the lives of the Galatian believers. He is interceding and travailing for the transformation of their inner man. His desire is that Christ be formed within each and every one of them.

Since character development is a process, we must allow the Lord to do whatever it takes to transform our character into His likeness.

Rom. 5:3-4 – “And not only that, but we also glory in tribulations, knowing that tribulation produces perseverance; and perseverance, character; and character, hope.”

According to Scripture, tribulation produces perseverance, character and hope in our lives.

How can we know the fellowship of Christ’s sufferings if we never suffer? How can we minister to those who have been through hard times if we have never been through hard times? How can we relate to those who have needs that we don’t understand?

2 Cor. 1:3-4 – “Blessed be the God and Father of our Lord Jesus Christ, the Father of mercies and God of all comfort, who comforts us in all our tribulation, that we may be able to comfort those who are in any trouble, with the comfort with which we ourselves are comforted by God.”

Everything that we go through in this life is preparation for our future. The Lord has called us to minister to all kinds of people who are facing all kinds of situations. He allows us to go through certain situations so that we can be better equipped to meet the needs of those whom we will be ministering to in the future. And in the process, the Lord is transforming our character, making us more and more like Him.

Many are crying out for bigger ministries and bigger buildings when they should be crying out for transformation on the inside. I believe God’s more interested in our character transformation than in our preaching ability. If our character does not line up with what we are preaching in our pulpits, our ministry will be a reproach in the site of God.

Christian character is not about how good you look on Sunday morning; it’s about who you are when no one is watching; it’s about how you act when the storms are raging all around you and there’s no life boat in sight; it’s about how you respond when things don’t go your way; it’s about how you treat your friends and neighbors when you have other things of more importance that you need to get done, etc.

Character is defined by what you do, not by what you say or believe. Every choice that you make in this life reveals the kind of person you really are on the inside. Doing the right thing even if it costs you everything shows Christian character within. Everything that we do in this life makes an impact on someone or something. We need to understand that we have the power within us to make our lives count for something other than selfish gain or selfish motives. When we glorify God in our earthly bodies, we make this world a better place.

Christian character is not something that’s painted on the outside; it’s something that is formed from deep within.

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