The past few days I was feeling a little low. I always forget to pray for a sign. When I do remember, the answers come fast — almost instantly.
But even when I forget to pray for signs from God, He has a way of reaching me.
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Hello? God? Is That You?
I was getting ready for bed last night and flipping through my Scribd app looking for an audiobook to listen to.
(If you don’t know what Scribd is, I highly recommend it. I use Audible and Kindle, too, for books I can’t find on Scribd, but I always check Scribd first to see if they have it. You can get a 60 day free trial to Scribd when you use my link.)
A book appeared and I knew it was the one. You know how something almost seems to light up and you can’t stop going back to it? That was what was happening.
The book I saw is called The Synchronicity Key by David Wilcock.
(I actually went and purchased the Kindle version so I can follow along as I listen to the Scribd audio version, and highlight parts. That is how significant this book is to me right now — just so perfect for what I am going through right now.)
I have never listened to any David Wilcock, even though I have heard of him and some of my most trusted friends and family members have recommended him. Just never got around to reading his books.
Anyway, I fell asleep last night listening and woke up this morning around 5 am and turned it on again. It took me to a specific part of the book. I’ll post the excerpt below.
“Fringe Conspiracy Theories”
Last week, one of my friends attacked me and said she thought Q was “nonsense” and a “fringe conspiracy theory.”
This is a friend I very much love and respect. It really hurt my feelings when she said this to me.
I actually went out of my way when I was with her in person to try to prove to her that it’s all real. Her response was to tell me she was bored, and that she couldn’t care less about any of it. And then she said it was all a conspiracy theory and I was a part of the “radical fringe”.
I’m sure many have you have been told the same thing by your friends and family members.
So anyway, I woke up this morning and started listening to a specific part of this book and it directly addressed what she said to me.
Here is the passage I listened to — I took screenshots from the Kindle version and highlighted the parts that really spoke to me:
Amazing! I believe God chose this passage for me to listen to this morning. It was exactly what I needed to hear. It directly answered me in regard to what my friend said to me.
Wilcock even uses the words “fringe” and “conspiracy”! 🤣 🙌
We are not a fringe group anymore, according to the survey Wilcock referenced.
And that book was published back in 2013!
Almost one third of Americans in 2013 believed there was a shadowy group of elites plotting the New World Order. And that same year,160 countries had formed an alliance against the Deep State.
He Who Has Ears to Hear, Let Him Hear
I had been feeling sad ever since my friend said that to me last week. God knew I was sad, and He used the exact words she used to show me she is wrong. If 1/3 of the people woke up to the cabal in 2013, where do you think we are at in 2021?
Small-minded people who choose to be ignorant will always try to take you down to their level.
Don’t let them. Listen to your Higher Power. He is always communicating to you if you have ears to hear.
He who has ears to hear, let him hear.MATTHEW 11:15
And I am very deliberately using the word “choose”. People choose to be ignorant.
I don’t know who said this but it’s a great quote and I say it often: “In the age of information, ignorance is a choice.”
If you’re reading this and you feel like I do, that you’re sick of your friends and family calling you crazy, please don’t feel bad.
You are not crazy. You are sane.
They are the crazy ones still asleep in the matrix, refusing to wake up no matter how hard we try to shake them.
Deep State Think Tank Douchebags
I was just watching a CBS News clip yesterday and some Deep State think tank shill traitor douchebag (and that’s the nicest thing I can call him) was comparing Q followers to religious terrorist groups like Isis and Al-Qaeda.
The CBS reporter actually confronted him as being hyperbolic on that stance since it’s such an obvious lie and he backtracks by saying, “it’s more of a potential.”
He goes on to say that Q people are mostly “white evangelical Christians” and he lumps them in with “anti-vaxxers” and “anti-abortion activists,” calling them all “religious terrorists”.
Here’s that clip below:
If you can stand to watch it (I can hardly watch — it makes my skin crawl; it reminds me of Russian Pravda propaganda,) you will see what liars these people are.
And I think by calling all anti-vaxxers and anti-abortion activists religious terrorists, it just legitimizes Q and makes intelligent people want to know more about it.
I’m a proud anti-vaxxer, a proud anti-abortion person (although I would not call myself an activist). And I am a Catholic, not an “evangelical”.
All Catholics Should Be Anti-Vax & Anti-Abortion
And I believe all Catholics should be anti-abortion because we believe that life begins at conception and aborting a baby in utero is murder, which goes against the Ten Commandments.
And all Catholics should also be anti-vax because vaccines contain fetal cells from aborted babies.
And no, you stupid Deep State think tank dude, I’m not a terrorist. I’m a patriotic Christian American who wants our country back.
And I’m not alone. Look at all the thumbs down on this video!
What does that tell you? They can try to censor us and call us crazy conspiracy theorists all they want, but there are a lot of us out there.
Are You There? It’s God Calling
And if you believe what these liars say and you call yourself a Christian, you might want to take a long hard pause and ask God to give you some signs.
Because the Lord Our God is trying to tell you what side you should be on.
It’s blatantly obvious at this point. It’s time to get on the right side of history.
Excuse my French, but even Jesus would be flipping tables right about now.
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