Folks, where there is smoke - there is fire. We have sick, twisted, murderous people who insist on clinging to power EVEN after they have been slapped down by the popular voice. Well I call on the powers of Heaven to rain down on them all that they have coming to them. The people of America (the good ones anyway), have shown resolve in eschewing this trash by taking it to the curb in the last election, so instead of letting the evil ones persist in their madness, may their evil be exposed for what it is. As they have acted, may they be acted on - as in the Law of the Harvest. May it happen to the utmost extent, so that righteousness and what is good may prevail and evil be put under our feet, in Jesus name, Amen.
This old hag needs to go. And let me be clear here - it is not about age. It is about age without wisdom and a face that shows the years of evil and wickedness written on it. The evil empress...... The gender opposite of soros.....
My favorite female (other than my wife) lives just down the road from me. She is in her 80's and I call her "Sister Happy". She has bright white hair and is so enthusiastic and happy and filled with light. It is an honor to have my girls around her (and my wife) when she is teaching genealogy, knitting and other things, to see what a life filled with good living is like - and then to contrast that with others where that has not been the case so much. The lessons become more powerful when there are STRONG contrasts in a situation.
I always tell my kids - there is as much utility in a bad example as there is in a good example for even the young who are wise beyond their years. I told this to my oldest child - and added to that saying that it was her privilege and her burden to be an example to the rest of the brood. I have mentioned that to other close and extended family, as well, when I sense that they are on a path similar to that of the brother of Abel, where they begin to labor in sin and "do.... not well".
As a young man, I took the good from my siblings - where there was good, and took the bad as an example as to what I should avoid. It is the luxury of being the youngest; you can more easily pick thru the good and the bad and make real-time course corrections. The older ones have to kind of forge the way and look to parents, aunts/uncles and friends for their path. It is a burden of sorts if they are not amply spiritually inclined. It may well be that it was the older sibling who strayed in the parable of the prodigal son - and there may have been some sort of message there.