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Mr. & Mrs. Davis

03 Dec

Rudy Davis (for some reason, I couldn't capture an image of Erin off the internet)

Rudy Davis (for some reason, I couldn’t capture an image of Erin off the internet)

I’ve been involved in “legal reform” and/or “patriot” issues for 30 years.  During that time, I’ve seen the toll this kind of activity takes on families.  Almost always, if one spouse (usually, but not always, the husband) becomes passionately involved in “legal reform,” the other spouse (usually, but not always, the wife) becomes frightened.  The passionate spouse becomes bold and willing to risk all for God or country.  The frightened spouse becomes convinced that by standing up to government, they may lose their home, their wealth, and their liberty.  The resulting tensions tend to precipitate divorce.

Only rarely have I seen two spouses who are equally passionate in their resistance to government corruption and treason and able to withstand the resulting stress without risking divorce.  Rudy and Erin Davis are one of those rare couples.

They met each other at a “birther” meeting in New York.  Both were passionate about the idea that Obama was not born in the US and was therefore ineligible to be President.  They married shortly thereafter and have pretty much dedicated their lives to the Good LORD (Number 1) and the “birther” movement (Number 2).

Six or eight months ago Rudy was afraid to speak in public.  But he started posting videos of his commentaries on YouTube and now he’s become an amazing public speaker.  You can’t talk to Rudy for even three minutes and not know that he truly loves the Lord.  A lot of people talk about loving the Christ, but Rudy really does–and it’s contagious.  I expect Rudy to become one of America’s great TV evangelists.  He won’t be there to hustle people and make money.  He’ll succeed because he is truly motivated to serve God.

Erin has a simple and direct honesty that’s understated, unpretentious and yet compelling.

They both attend the “open carry” demonstrations each month at Dallas, Texas where they and others openly and legally carry their loaded rifles or shotguns while walking around in downtown Dallas.  They’re accompanied each week by an under-cover police officer.

Two or three months ago, Rudy, Erin and a couple dozen other “open carry” demonstrators were carrying their rifles and shotguns around Dealey Plaza.  They were spotted by a group of Japanese and Chinese tourists who were dumbstruck to see a several dozen armed Americans walking around the place where JFK had been assassinated 50 years ago. Cameras kept snapping in disbelief.  Soon, Japanese tourists and their children were having their pictures taken  with those armed Texans. The incident is both hilarious and inspiring.  God only knows how many more people in Japan and China have since seen those photos and been amazed to see Americans standing up for freedom on Texas.

Here’s a video recorded by Rudy as he recently walked around Dallas with his rifle in another open carry demonstration.  He spotted some members of the Black Hebrew Israelites (who claim that Whites can’t be saved and must go to Hell) and felt instantly compelled to discuss their theology.  The resulting confrontations is fascinating since there are three or four black guys debating several openly armed white guys (and girls)–and no one is getting paranoid.  No one is threatened by the presence of firearms.  And no one is threatening.

Rudy’s camera is built into his glasses and the resulting video is a less professional than you might hope for, but far more passionate and honest than you might expect.  I don’t know how this video will affect you, but parts of if had me clapping my hands.  You can’t miss or deny Rudy’s love for the Good LORD.

video    00:20:00

And here’s another audio file of Erin being interviewed by Pastor James Manning wherein she calls President Obama a “dirty rotten liar” and discusses the “birther” issues.  She delivers a simple, guileless, compelling honesty.  She’s easy to listen to; easy to trust.

video   00:13:21

I attend the Cross Life Church (25 to 50 members each Sunday; non-501(c)3 with Pastor Eric Philpot–a truly spiritual man) with Rudy and Erin.   All three (Rudy, Erin and Eric) are genuinely decent people motivated to do that which is right.  I’m proud to know them and delighted to see that their pursuit of justice and righteousness will not destroy their marriage.

 

P.S.

Here are two more brief videos (about 3 or 4 minutes each) on Rudy and Erin, how they met and married.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Qm5Kk-4PWPc&feature=share

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1NXIUBs1X7U

 
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Posted by on December 3, 2013 in 2nd Amendment, Christianity, Dissidents, Resistance, Video

 

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58 responses to “Mr. & Mrs. Davis

  1. hskiprob

    December 4, 2013 at 9:27 AM

    It is interesting that a book thought to be perfect by it’s believers, provides such a diverse number of different perspectives. That, I would not define as being perfect. Despite all the adversity that the various religions of the world have created, people still chose to believe their perspectives give them the insight and advantage of being God’s chosen ones.

    Do they believe it because they think it gives them spiritual power and privilege, or do they believe this because they think God has granted them special powers because they are such special people. Is that not a form of self enrichment that we sociologically call greed.

    I’m better than you because God told me so, and therefore I’m a chosen one and only those that believe like me can gain this privilege.

    Then we wonder why so many go around with this self anointed attitude of superiority and self righteousness willing to kill one another in the name of God. believing that all others are infidels and are not worthy of human existence.

    For some reason I don’t thing this is what God had in mind. Love, compassion and logic just don’t seem to be a part of this equation.

     
  2. Jetlag

    December 4, 2013 at 2:21 PM

    hskiprob,

    It’s a mistake to judge the Bible by looking at those who claim to follow it. A lot of what passes for Christianity is nowhere to be found in the actual scriptures.

    Similar to how charlatans and social change agents wrap themselves in the American flag to sell an agenda, they can also don the guise of religion, science, or philanthropy.

    Naively trusting people then accept what these liars tell them, rather than doing their own due diligence. And the rest is tragic history.

     
  3. Adrian

    December 4, 2013 at 2:22 PM

    Now you understand what I was telling you all along that GOD it is a myth,a creature of human mind.
    Only alienated people from reality can fall prey for this fake concept.
    The jew bible was created by the Zionists to prey on the innocent.
    Weak minded people are easy victims of this scam.
    Christianity has created a society of sheep,easy prey for the raging wolves.
    The real World is based on the survival of the fittest.
    Your only salvation is to adapt to reality.

     
    • Adask

      December 5, 2013 at 1:30 AM

      Just because you haven’t seen evidence of God’s existence doesn’t prove that He does not exist–any more than not seeing the Great Wall of China proves that such wall does not exist. Maybe you’re just not one called to “see”.

      The truth of the Bible may depend on God’s existence, but God’s existence does not depend on the truth or errors of the Bible. Whatever errors in fact or intent that may color the Bible, those errors have no bearing on God’s existence.

       
      • hskiprob

        December 5, 2013 at 8:14 AM

        Adask,
        I am not worthy but you are? You are the chosen one. Do you see how ridiculous that sounds. The Jews, the Muslims and the Christians all take this position and have killed one another throughout history because of this overly self righteous position. As Thomas Paine noted about religion; 1.I do not believe in the creed professed by the Jewish Church, by the Roman Church, by the Greek Church, by the Turkish Church, by the Protestant Church, nor by any Church that I know of. My own mind is my own Church. [Thomas Paine, The Age of Reason]

        Because of this pamphlet, Paine was exiled, even though he was on of the primary ethical voices behind the American Revolution. It took balls to fight the Roman, Jewish and Anglican Churches and he finally succeeded with the 1st amendment to separate church and state in the modern world.

         
  4. Peter

    December 4, 2013 at 2:31 PM

    Reminds me of way back when, when I owned television set, now this is about 10 years or so. Ther used to be a evening show called “CROSSFIRE”, lot,s of shouting and hollaring like the video.

     
  5. mrtideman

    December 4, 2013 at 2:42 PM

    20-minute video at: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7jqSVJc2gdA of to check it our later; ___thanks. Plus where did Rudy go to have WHOever of: “camera is built into his glasses ” ? Prescription lens? of can people buy such fake opticals or sun glasses with the camera already built into it? $____ ? Of hidden I presume. Of to let people know up-front that they are being taped, but what about those who show up later like after the “War of the Worlds” broadcast has started? Must they “beep” every 15 seconds? (;-) like some state statute(?) of instead of SAYing it? is what I remember reading or hearing about years ago for recording telephone calls. Any relation to Nord W. Davis?, R.I.P. who used to live in Topton, N.C. back in the 1980s of with his freedom newsletter I used to get in the mail, of like from also Peggy Poor, the aviator from Osh Kosh with her “Upright Ostrich”, and of course not to forget F. Tupper Saussy and his “The Main Street Journal”, http://tuppersaussy.com/ and http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tupper_Saussy

     
    • Adask

      December 4, 2013 at 8:38 PM

      I don’t know the exact source of Rudy’s glasses. But I’ve seen them. $200 a pair on E-bay. That includes the camera, microphone to record sound and one-hour’s worth of memory. If you didn’t know what you were looking at, you wouldn’t realize that there was any recording equipment included. As you can see from the video, that’s a very slick system. I’ve sent an email to Rudy’s wife asking for the source. I’ll post the answer when I get an answer.

      Here’s a link to the glasses Rudy bought. They’re more expensive than I thought: http://www.ebay.com/itm/Pivothead-Durango-Chameleon-Transitioning-Glasses-BL14-OPEN-BOX-DEMO-/121228406829?pt=US_Video_Glasses&hash=item1c39c6b02d

      You can look up “camera glasses” or “video glasses” or some such on eBay and find scores of much cheaper ($20 to $50) competitors. However, when you consider the video and sound quality that was produced on Rudy’s video (above), you see that his choice of glasses will be hard to beat. Odds are, the much cheaper varieties won’t work as well.

       
  6. Peter

    December 4, 2013 at 3:13 PM

    I have a question: Are any of the people depicted by the imagry on the you tube medium considering a hike on the ” SILVER SUMMIT” . A short time back, not sure if you mentioned it Al, it was said that only 1/4th of the worlds population has more than 10000 dollars in savings.What percentage of that 1/4 has anything in real money, one tenth of one percent, maybe ? What will happen when the people in the video go to try to establish real savings, it is mathematically impossible. So, while silver and gold are available at reasonable prices one should be agressively purchasing at current depressed prices to establish a foot hold on the “SILVER SUMMIT”!! jUST REMEMBER THE PEOPLE ,NO ONE HAS IT AT THIS TIME ,NO-ONE ,JUST US.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 4, 2013 at 6:32 PM

      Peter, Silver is the working mans gold. Every extra fiat penny ones has should be used to buy as much .999 fine silver as possible.

       
  7. Joe

    December 4, 2013 at 3:17 PM

    I would categorize the event as one of those “foolish controversies” that the Word of God instructs to avoid. Titus 3:9-15, 2 Timothy 2:23.

    An equally foolish notion is that a translation of a Bible commissioned by a homosexual pedophile and tyrant is “perfect.” The translation contains intentionally deceptive words. For example, a word added by the translators was supposed to have been italicized, but the word “blood” was added by the translators to Acts 17:26 and was not italicized. I believe this was a deliberate attempt to concoct scriptural authority for the notion that only white people qualify as “men,” thus providing justification for the slave trade then proliferating in the British Empire. Another errant translation appears in 2 Peter 2:10, where “luminary,” referring to a celestial being, is translated “dignity” to lead the reader into believing that they should not speak out against evil deeds committed by a king. James attempted to use his translation to perpetuate the doctrine of the divine right of kings, which ended with the last king to be anointed by the High Priest. Even the dedication of the King James Bible is openly blasphemous. It refers to James as “most dread sovereign,” when the scripture itself clearly proclaims Jesus Christ as God’s appointed sovereign. I have read that the judgment for perverting the Word of God was fulfilled when James’ lineage was “cut off ” with the beheading of Charles.

    That said, I use the King James Bible as well as other bibles. The words of the Bible are spirit, and are spiritually discerned. The Holy Spirit lets me know when something is amiss with any translation I happen to be using. The notion that there is an English translation that is “perfect” is actually the manifestation of a carnal desire to be led by something other than the Spirit of God.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 4, 2013 at 6:19 PM

      Jetlag stated, “It’s a mistake to judge the Bible by looking at those who claim to follow it. A lot of what passes for Christianity is nowhere to be found in the actual scriptures.’

      Since I believe that God has given me a different challenge to effect the world, I have no other way to understand the Bible then to rely on the interpretations of others. The study of religion is a life long dedication and many years ago I was guided in a different path.

      Much of it to me is similar to what the conclusion Thomas Jefferson came to. A text book created by the Jews to teach all aspect of life. I do not see it much more than that and believing that the story of Jonah and the Whale, is nothing but a spiritually motivated novel, seem ludicrous to me since the stomach acids would devour and kill any living organisms, as they do in all fishes, within minutes.

      The idea that the Bible is more than just a manmade textbook goes beyond rational thinking.

      I say the same things to the big bang guys. Where did the matter and antimatter come from for there to be a bid bang? Where did God’s mom and pop come from?

      The concept that something came from nothing is incomprehensible to me and most of the world.
      That why is called a leap of faith.

       
  8. Peg-Powers

    December 4, 2013 at 6:16 PM

    I agree with Joe; and though I have read many other translations I always return to the KJ Bible for spiritual sustenance, remembering that our Father can use an ASS or anyone else to sew the seeds of Truth and Righteousness.

     
  9. Jetlag

    December 4, 2013 at 11:28 PM

    hskiprob said: “The idea that the Bible is more than just a manmade textbook goes beyond rational thinking.”

    The idea that rational thinking is valid goes beyond rational thinking. Otherwise, we’d have to conclude that rational thinking is validated by rational thinking, which is a type of circular logic rejected by rational thinking.

    As to Bible versions, when a word, name, or phrase appears in a translation, it is subject to error. Only the original texts are inspired. When in doubt, consult your Strong’s concordance for the word, name, or phrase used by the inspired authors.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 5, 2013 at 1:08 AM

      Jetlag, God forbid we have rational thinking allowing us to objectively look at the world and try to decipher truth from fiction and right from wrong? “the idea that rational thinking is valid goes beyond rational thinking.” Really……..

      So let’s discount physics, chemistry, philosophy and everything we do know about the world became it is rational thinking? That there are just some things that we as human being cannot know?

      Now wonder you believe the Bible is the world of God. If one cannot objectively think, one must rely on something made up when church and state collude in an attempt to extract money from people by fraud and coercion. Tithing and taxation, as you know are the only two truths. Oh I forgot….except death.

      How about the Gnostic Gospels that just don’t tell the same facts as the Bible?
      Than you want me to used the Strong’s Concordance which was written by the same type people that tell me the Bible is perfect and the world of God. “Combining the text of the King James Bible with the power of the Greek and Hebrew Lexicons, any student or pastor can gain a clear understanding of the Word to enrich their study.”

      Than why are there so many different interpretations of the Bible if the world and terms are so friggin clear?

      How about the Bible Code???? Does the Son of God really mean the King, as in literally the King like King George was a King. That Jesus was a direct descendent of King David and had it not been for Roman occupation, Jesus would have literally been King of the Jews, after the murder of John the Baptist by the Romans. That the washing of the feet by Mary Magdalene was really part of a marriage ceremony in Jewish monarchial culture and tradition?

      Did you ever think that if the Bible was so perfect, everyone would believe it to be the ultimate truth and we wouldn’t be having this debate?

      No thanks, I’ll continue being a Unitarian and try to learn from everything this world has to offer using logic and rational thinking. Even if I’m wrong sometimes, I will know that I will have tried using what gifts God has given me to the best of my ability and I know he will not fault me for that.

      Sorry. It is not rational to conclude that a human being can rise from the dead after three days of being dead unless he was possible in a coma and/or still alive in a cryonics chamber. Riga mortis, as you know, generally starts in the body once the body cools down, within hours.

       
      • Anthony Clifton

        December 5, 2013 at 2:20 PM

        what tribes were “Jews”…?

        in the Old Testament ?

         
  10. George

    December 5, 2013 at 12:39 AM

    I think you should look into the Geneva Bible….http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geneva_Bible

     
  11. Jetlag

    December 5, 2013 at 3:23 AM

    hskiprob,

    “So let’s discount physics, chemistry, philosophy and everything we do know about the world became it is rational thinking?”

    Not at all, only let’s be honest and realistic about our limitations. This very much accords with science, which is a valuable tool.

    God gives everyone the choice to put reason over faith as their final test of truth. Just be mindful that reason itself does not pass this test. That is, the truth content of reason cannot be established through reason. Trying to do so results in circular logic, which is contrary to reason.

    “Did you ever think that if the Bible was so perfect, everyone would believe it to be the ultimate truth and we wouldn’t be having this debate?”

    That’s not what the Bible itself says. There are several places in the Bible where truth is concealed from the majority and revealed only to a few. In addition, people who actually read the Bible are sadly rare, while people with guru-invented opinions about the Bible are all too commonplace.

    “It is not rational to conclude that a human being can rise from the dead after three days of being dead unless he was possible in a coma and/or still alive in a cryonics chamber.”

    It is not rational to conclude that the Creator of the entire universe would be unable to prevent a body from seeing corruption for three days and three nights in the tomb.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 5, 2013 at 8:01 AM

      Jetlag

      It is interesting to note that the reported miracles such as those in the Bible, no longer happen in modern society. Illusionists have long ago given us the truth about such actions and science tells us that humans cannot live in fish’s stomachs, humans cannot part rivers or oceans, men cannot walk on water, a group of persons cannot physically place all the known animals in the world on a single boat and feed them for 40 days and 40 nights, that people are miraculously cures without any valid treatments and all the other hocus pocus stuff the Bible tries to pretend is truth.

      If these were true, would God not give us people today that can do these very things and prove to science and the world that they are real?

      I chose to believe that God exists, but I certainly acknowledge that I must take that leap of faith to believe it. It is called faith, because the imperial evidence of the existence of God is only the observations of the existence of the world itself. Who God specially is and how he came into existence is not known. If God is able to exist always and for ever, would not the world? People have placed themselves into position of power by either fraudulently concurring they have divine powers granted by God or they have deceived themselves into believing that God has chosen them as messengers of his word and the world has seen the catastrophic results of both these types of people.

      Like I said, no thanks, I chose to be honest with myself and my fellow man.

       
      • Joe

        December 6, 2013 at 11:12 AM

        hskiprob wrote “It is interesting to note that the reported miracles such as those in the Bible, no longer happen in modern society.”

        I have witnessed miracles such as those recorded in the Bible, and I have experienced divine healing in my body such as that recorded in the Bible. So here am I, a man, giving first hand testimony that miracles do occur in this present time. They might not occur in your Unitarian society, but they do occur in my “faith in God” society.

        In reliance on God’s promise that His word will not return void, I leave you with this. “And without faith it is impossible to please Him, for he who comes to God must believe that He is and that He is a rewarder of those who seek Him.” Hebrews 11:6

         
      • hskiprob

        December 6, 2013 at 2:15 PM

        Joe, Many people have historically perceived something to be a miracle. That does not make it so.

         
  12. Anthony Clifton

    December 5, 2013 at 6:03 AM

    good street theatre…gotta love Rudy’s devotion to Jesus…

    If Haggee’s “Judeo-Christians” are Jew-Light, Mormons are the Near-Jew. Mormons actually believe THEY ARE Jew. They even refer to outsiders as “gentiles”. Financial servitude is built into the religion. There is NO part of Mormonism which can pass the smell test. It stinks like Jew. I’ve never heard a Mormon say the word “chosen” but their self-centered narcissism superiority complex is identical to that of the Jew. I suppose that’s why Salt Lake was the ideal location for the new multi-billion dollar NSA center….

    http://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/christian-zionism-jew-lite/

    three people have blessed me in the past 20 years with a 100 frn, one was a Livingston Fagan look alike in Spokane who heard me in a presentation on the Mass Murder of the Davidian’s in late August of ’93, Richard Simkanin in May of 2000, and Rudy Davis at the Memorial service meal as
    he and Tommy were heading back to Terrell….just a few years ago.

    http://israelect.com/reference/Willie-Martin/

    curiously there is a “Jewish” state called “Israel” where Gog & Magog “Jews” terrorize and
    Mass Murder the “semitic” Palestinians with the blessings of the “Jew” worshippers in the
    JEWSA….http://www.slavespecies.com/

    eventually the language will become “Pure” –

    http://biblehub.com/kjv/zephaniah/3.htm

    thanks in no small part to the Black Hebrews & guys like Rudy…http://www.sitchin.com/

    Thank G*D.

     
  13. Anthony Clifton

    December 5, 2013 at 6:07 AM

    oh, I forgot to mention that the famous “Journalist” Ashleigh Banfield started her
    http://ashleighbanfield.com/
    “Career” just across the street from this “location”.

     
  14. Doug

    December 5, 2013 at 8:45 AM

    I appreciate the efforts made by Rudy and Erin, yet I’m sad to report that they live in a commercial jurisdiction that lacks constitutional protections. I too have taken on the judicial system many times and diverse places for a plethora of causes … I agree with their claim, that Zero doesn’t qualify for the (constitutional) office of president, however he’s the president of a corporation.

    The simplest and most obvious factoid being the substance-free funny money that cannot exist under constitutional govt.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 5, 2013 at 11:19 AM

      Good job. Fiat currency eventually reaches it ‘s intrinsic value. See if you can verify any of the news out of Asia on minimizing the dollar as the reserve currency.

       
  15. Adrian

    December 5, 2013 at 2:08 PM

    Those who prophesies religion are nothing but parasites of our World.
    Their goal is money and power.
    Look what they did to the dollar, IN GOD WE TRUST.
    Are you questioning GOD?
    Remember the Inquisition and the Vatican assassins.

     
  16. Jetlag

    December 5, 2013 at 4:00 PM

    hskiprob,

    “If these were true, would God not give us people today that can do these very things and prove to science and the world that they are real?”

    Evidently not. Though it’s unclear what you think this proves.

    “It is called faith, because the imperial evidence of the existence of God is only the observations of the existence of the world itself.”

    The nature of the world, specifically its organized lawfulness, is also evidence of God.

    “People have placed themselves into position of power by either fraudulently concurring they have divine powers granted by God or they have deceived themselves into believing that God has chosen them as messengers of his word and the world has seen the catastrophic results of both these types of people.”

    Of course. The Bible has a lot to say on this topic. Perhaps the most absurd manifestation of this type is for a man to claim to be a god himself, as was often done by ancient kings. For example, the king of Babylon, though he got his comeuppance.

    Isaiah 14

    4 That thou shalt take up this proverb against the king of Babylon, and say, How hath the oppressor ceased! the golden city ceased!

    5 The Lord hath broken the staff of the wicked, and the sceptre of the rulers.

    6 He who smote the people in wrath with a continual stroke, he that ruled the nations in anger, is persecuted, and none hindereth.

    7 The whole earth is at rest, and is quiet: they break forth into singing.

    8 Yea, the fir trees rejoice at thee, and the cedars of Lebanon, saying, Since thou art laid down, no feller is come up against us.

    9 Hell from beneath is moved for thee to meet thee at thy coming: it stirreth up the dead for thee, even all the chief ones of the earth; it hath raised up from their thrones all the kings of the nations.

    10 All they shall speak and say unto thee, Art thou also become weak as we? art thou become like unto us?

    11 Thy pomp is brought down to the grave, and the noise of thy viols: the worm is spread under thee, and the worms cover thee.

    12 How art thou fallen from heaven, O Lucifer, son of the morning! how art thou cut down to the ground, which didst weaken the nations!

    13 For thou hast said in thine heart, I will ascend into heaven, I will exalt my throne above the stars of God: I will sit also upon the mount of the congregation, in the sides of the north:

    14 I will ascend above the heights of the clouds; I will be like the most High.

    15 Yet thou shalt be brought down to hell, to the sides of the pit.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 5, 2013 at 4:58 PM

      Jetlag, Very simple. If people historically could perform miracles, why would not at least a few people in the modern world be able to do them. Were people more worthy of this ability back then or perhaps these miracles really weren’t miracles? So coincidentally now that science could observe a miracle, no one today is worthy of doing them.

       
  17. Timmy

    December 5, 2013 at 9:32 PM

    Wow, this is a pretty sad thread… 1/ even a casual reading of the new testament shows that the Jews of the time (mostly) fiercely rejected and fought against Jesus and His new (mostly Jewish) followers. For example, say, Saul of Tarsus for starters. Most of them vehemently despise Him and His teachings to this day. 2/ This ‘barbaric’, ‘primitive religion’ and ‘fairy tale’ Bible is absolutely the primary source (via the Protestant Reformation) of modern western liberty and freedom that you guys are such fans of. It’s demise in the main is not coming from Bible believing Christians, but from Marxist atheists and Jewish/ZIonist war mongers. The Bible is only spiritually seen and understood, as it clearly states. It is eminently logical and it’s worldview and model match reality very closely. Yes, there are faults and flaws in it, introduced by men. Some intentionally, some accidentally, but for a book written over 1500 years by more than 50 authors, it is astoundingly consistent in its message and principles. But you have to have open eyes, and see the whole. It’s purpose is not to reveal all truth or all things, or to be flawless. Its purpose is simply to lead us to believe in the Son. And that it does, powerfully and well. Here’s an empirical experiment for all you materialists: Ask God sincerely to open your eyes, mind and spirit. Then carefully read some key books: Gospel of John, Romans or Genesis.

    I might add that most of what is preached, taught and put on tv in the Name is NOT Biblical or in harmony with the Son’s clear, simple teachings. (As someone mentioned above.)

    Miracles do still happen. I have experienced them; I have seen them. Just as in the ancient day, unbelievers will decry them, not see them, and indeed for them they don’t exist. Same vitriol the Saviour received at that time. If you need miracles to believe, you are lost indeed. (As Jesus said to them.)

    There is an inductive, logical Bible study method that unlocks the scriptures nicely for those who are sincerely seeking Him and Truth. For all others, nothing will suffice, as always…

    Peace and all the best to everyone.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 6, 2013 at 8:16 AM

      Timmy,

      “Miracles do still happen. I have experienced them; I have seen them. Just as in the ancient day, unbelievers will decry them, not see them, and indeed for them they don’t exist. Same vitriol the Saviour received at that time. If you need miracles to believe, you are lost indeed. (As Jesus said to them.)”

      Very cool, please provide the scientific evidence, as many people I know have never seen one.

      Secondly the Bible is not the foundation of liberty. They were still practicing murder for different forms of heresy almost up until the Constitution. The revolution was fought partly over the separation of church and state and why it is in the 1st amendment of the Bill of Rights. There were a lot more Unitarians back then, than many realize. Franklin, Paine, Jefferson both Adams, John and Samuel, Washington etc.

      Read about the Martyrs at Boston Common. A story of four people who gave their lives to stop religious persecution by government and the so-called Christian Church. My family left Boston in the 1730’s, escaping religious persecution as the separatist left England to Holland for the same reasons.

      There is a significant history of people fighting against religion, including so-called Christianity, to obtain liberty. Remember the Salem Witches of the late 1600s.

       
  18. erin

    December 5, 2013 at 11:48 PM

    2 thoughts:
    1. people say $ is not backed by anything~ it is backed by the US military
    2. a jew/isreal is not DNA or nationality. it is belief in Jesus

     
    • hskiprob

      December 6, 2013 at 7:56 AM

      Erin, That is not what they are meaning when they say that. What they are meaning is that we have a debt based currency. Debt is issued to expand the amount of money in circulation primarily for the funding of government. In an asset based economy. historically gold and silver being predominantly used, if more money was needed, the price of gold and silver would rise with the demand giving people the incentive to mine more gold and silver. The less gold and silver were needed, the prices would go down. Actually when gold and silver are the currency, historically prices have remained pretty stable unless manipulated by government and they have done that throughout history more than is generally understood. 1933 under FDR is an example where he unconstitutionally manipulated the price by about 40% after confiscating it from the Citizens. Many people are starting to understand why you want a asset based currency as they have watched the USDollar lose 97.31% of it’s value just since 1973 knowing that historically all fiat debt based currencies have eventually reach their intrinsic value, “0”.

       
      • erin

        December 7, 2013 at 5:42 PM

        the us dollar is backed by the us military. that is a fact

         
      • hskiprob

        December 8, 2013 at 10:23 AM

        Erin, The federal reserve notes now in circulation as money, represent pieces of paper that cost about 4 cents to make. So yes, the military is backing pieces of paper with declining values that are by the way unconstitutional as real money, as no State is supposed to “Make” anything but gold and silver coin a tender in payment of debts. Since States are not allowed to coin money as per the Constitution, the term “Make” means to legislate into effect. Federal Reserves Notes, thus are not legal tender in the States. This is just one of the many abrogations of our Constitution that has turned our nations into a fascist oligarchy. Most democracies and democratic republics are in reality, oligarchies because the end up being a system with two much power in the hands of to few people. One of the other key components of fascism in my opinion is advanced militarization, and the police state mentality that occurs because of the extensive amount of taxation and regulation required to fund it. Add in the advanced socialistic policies of government and the excessive taxation and regulation required to fund them and you have a bankrupt country, a large insolvent populous and major Cities in decline. Detroit, Chicago and New Orleans come to mine but there are many others. We will make it through this but as always it will be costly to human existence, property and quality of life.

         
      • erin

        December 8, 2013 at 3:37 PM

        obviously, but thx anyway

         
    • Anthony Clifton

      December 6, 2013 at 9:23 AM

      “Jews” don’t manifest until the “Proselytes” {gog & magog} in Khazaria in 8th century AD.

      A “Jew” must have a copy of the Talmud, and Hate “Jesus”….!

      No so-called “Jews” existed in the Old Testament, which didn’t prevent the Children of Israel
      from BEING STUPID and worshipping “dung” gods….and “idols”….and then being

      http://buelahman.wordpress.com/2013/12/02/christian-zionism-jew-lite/

      “Relocated”….north and west…{not in Africa}…& Not in China…!

      “Israel” is a DNA…reality…it is what the Bible is all about or God & Jesus are liars.

      No One on Earth HAS to stay in the stool sculpture deity cult compound…John 8:32.

       
      • Doug

        December 11, 2013 at 7:00 AM

        I would add that there’s only one mention of a synagogue in the Old Testament (and that is likely a mistranslation) … which seems odd considering the many times these synagogues are mentioned in the New Testament as the place where so-called Jews worshipped. This would indicate that Hebrews / Israelites didn’t attend Synagogues …

        Synagogues do not become apparent until after the alleged return from Babylonian captivity and it’s my opinion that they (synagogues) are a machination of Babylonians never a part of the Hebrew tradition.

        These pharasaic imposters have blinded the world with the veil provided by holohoax propaganda.

         
  19. Adask

    December 6, 2013 at 12:41 PM

    One of the previous comments included, “It is interesting to note that the reported miracles such as those in the Bible, no longer happen in modern society.”

    It might be more accurate to say, “It is interesting to note that the reported miracles such as those in the Bible, no longer happen in modern mainstream media.”

     
    • hskiprob

      December 6, 2013 at 2:01 PM

      Adask, Show me the medical evidence that you’ve had a miraculous healing. I’ve cured several lesions with black salve, an old Native N. American Indian formula, known for it’s effects on cancer that Renee Cassie, a nurse from Canada used in the 193os to cure cancer. The lesions are now gone and have healed with only minor scaring. The lesions were small spots that remained really reddish, not an open sore but looked liked one and remained sore to the touch. Both the soreness and reddish coloration are now gone. on all four lesions. By the way, I tried other spots that did not appear to be cancerous or precancerous just as a test and nothing happed to them.

       
      • Adask

        December 6, 2013 at 3:15 PM

        Although I have no doubt that the Good LORD cured me of my alcoholism, I’ve made no claim to having had a “miraculous healing”.

        But if I had made such claim, what makes you think there’d be “medical evidence” of such “miracle”? The most that modern medicine could say is that someone was very sick and then they got well for reasons that can’t be attributed to or even explained by modern medicine. Everyone hears of such “miraculous” (unexplained) recoveries. Are they merely statistical “anomalies”? Or are they “miracles” that flow from God?

        How can anyone prove a “miracle”? Miracles aren’t subject to proof, only belief.

        Suppose a child was laying on the ground, dead, and I laid hands on the child, prayed, and the child was suddenly alive. Is that proof that I just performed a miracle? Or is it just proof the previous diagnosis that the child was dead was wrong? If you don’t believe in miracles, then you must believe the original diagnosis was mistaken. If you believe the original diagnosis, then you must believe in the miracle. But where’s the medical evidence to prove the original diagnosis?

        I doubt that any evidence will ever “prove” a “miracle” in this life. Again, “miracles” of the sort attributed to God can’t be proved, only believed. But if “miracles” that flow from God can’t be proved, they also can’t be disproved.

        What “medical evidence” do you have to “prove” that your black salve experience wasn’t a “miracle” from God? Does black salve cure all cancers for all people? Or does black salve only work sometimes on some people–and if so, did those who were healed by black salve receive a miracle while those who were not healed were denied a miracle?

        For example, I used to know a man (whose name I can’t currently recall; I think he was from Minnesota) who used to give lectures on acquiring perfect title to land. The last time I saw him (five years ago?) he had a cancerous growth on his neck. Like you, he treated that cancerous tumor with black salve–but he died.

        Does the fact that your “lesions” were healed while his cancer was not, “prove” that black salve is sometimes the means of a “miracle” or merely an old wives tale? How do you know that your skin lesions wouldn’t have healed themselves without black salve? Where is the “medical evidence” that your use of black salve didn’t merely coincide with your healing, but played no part in actually causing your healing?

        In the end, you have no more “medical evidence” to support the efficacy of black salve than some people have to prove their healing was a miracle caused by God. Some people believe in black salve. And some people believe in God’s miracles. I doubt that there’s any solid medical evidence to support either of those beliefs so why ask for it?

         
      • hskiprob

        December 6, 2013 at 5:34 PM

        My mistake Adask, It was Joe at 11.12 am. We know that people’s hearts stop beating and stop breathing for very short periods and than may resuscitate. No one that I’ve ever heard of has been resuscitated after three days, unless as you say improperly diagnosed as being dead.

        All the hocus pocus of biblical history is just that. All perception of miracles can be scientifically explained.

        You cannot live in a fishes stomach, part a riven or sea, walk on water or any other such activities that were deemed miracles. Jesus, by the way, is thought by some to have come from Quran, which was known to be a society who studies heathcare. and herbal and other alternatives would be the methods used, other than blood letting and other quackery. We know however of some evidence of brain surgeries and such in Egypt, so anything is possible. Perhaps the miracle is that we should have faith in the plants and animals that God has given us to live good lives and heal ourselves when we are sick. Perhaps that is what Jesus meant when he said, you must have faith?

        Jesus, according to one book, Bloodline of the Holly Grail, pardons a sinner and criminal he should not have and was thus striped of his Priesthood. He petitioned the Church and he was himself pardons which was seen as a miracle by many. The pardon occurred after 3 days, giving him his life back, spiritually that is. Don’t know if the story is true but it’s sounds much more reasonable then
        the Biblical account.

        I know for a fact that the aqueducts in Egypt were being worked on at the time of Moses. They had Bridges and dams which could explain the timing of the opening and closing of a body of water. Perhaps Moses knew the timing of a flooding of a river bed and timed it correctly. Pretty miraculous to someone who may have not known of the construction and flooding.

        I don’t even know if I had cancer for sure because I treated it before being getting diagnosed. The best I can say it looked liked other cancers I have seen, it was healing as normal sores did and it remained sore for longer than normal. Others also have told me of them curing themselves with it. I should have had it diagnosed but each doctors visit is expensive and I spend the majority of my money on preventive heath care.

        I don’t want to end up like the majority of old folks in Florida, on 10 different drugs, all with various contraindications, going to doctors twice a week and having a lousy quality of life.

        If that’s the Kind of healthcare you want, not thanks, you can have it it’s called Obama Care.

         
  20. Glen

    December 6, 2013 at 1:56 PM

    Oh My, It just keeps getting interesting as time goes onward. Rudy and Erin, you guys are loved and admired by your friends in Canada, yet Glen thinks you are far from what Mandela had going for him. Stay safe and out of trouble as we fear for you and think you guys have gone far enough with this. Stay true to your convictions by living them and not causing grief to your fellow mankind along the way.

     
    • erin

      December 6, 2013 at 10:14 PM

      i am not a coward. if we had more righteous men of God we wouldnt be in this mess.then i could spend more time in my pool. when a child of God walks into a room, satan has to flee, not the other way around. trust in the Lord, have no fear.

       
  21. Timmy

    December 6, 2013 at 6:07 PM

    Hskiprob, why not take me up on my experiment offer? Nothing to lose.

    Also, I would be interested in the black salve info, as I’m very interested in natural healing, along with spiritual healing. (They are complementary, unlike modern allopathic medicine, as you note.)

    There’s not much point in debating the miracles issues. I would suggest doing your own independent research. I could tell you of two i personally experienced, but there is no “scientific” evidence to share, so my testimony will mean nothing to you in your worldview.

     
    • hskiprob

      December 7, 2013 at 9:13 AM

      Timmy. Refresh our memory as to what experiment you would like me to partake in. I’m generally up for experimentation. Working on a Carb that ionizes gas at the moment.

      Best On Earth is where we buy our Black Salve but there are many sites that offer a variety of products. Cansema and Essiac are two of the most famous blends. It has long been thought that various alkaloids founds in plants have anti-cancer properties. They appear to neutralize the cancer in some manner. If you research the evidence showing pictures, peoples stories and research, there is a plethora of info in which to review. Good luck. It takes a leap of faith to embrace some remedies. I’m told however that chemo and radiation have less than a 3% potential cure rate over a 5 years period so going the allopathic approach take a really good leaper to make it across that threshold.

       
      • Timmy

        December 7, 2013 at 12:04 PM

        Thanks Hski. I have a few skin lesions I don’t like the look of. Will check out those products.

        The experiment anyone can try:

        “Here’s an empirical experiment for all you materialists: Ask God sincerely to open your eyes, mind and spirit. Then carefully read some key books in the Bible: Gospel of John, Romans or Genesis.”

        It never fails for sincere, inquiring minds…

         
      • messianicdruid

        December 8, 2013 at 10:04 PM

        “All perception of miracles can be scientifically explained.”

        Sounds like a statement of faith to me.

         
      • hskiprob

        December 11, 2013 at 8:29 PM

        messiandruid – The only science that fails on empirical truths are called theories such as the big bang, as a big bang requires matter, anti-matter or some other theoretical explanation. You can not derive something from nothing. For there to be an explosion, there must be matter, etc. The same with God, requiring a mom and pop. God must have come from somewhere. Humans cannot fathom a concept of something from nothing as there is no other reality that we know of that provides this example. What we observe is that all living things come from something except the origin. The chicken of the egg.

        If you admit to me that there are just some things we cannot know, I can except that truth. But with theories just like with God, it requires a leap of faith to believe something came from nothing. We just don’t know and many people just make it up to explain it. You cannot know….. and you must take a leap of faith to believe both the existence of god and the big bank theory. Isn’t it amazing that so many people lead their entire lives by one or the other.

         
  22. erin

    December 6, 2013 at 6:17 PM

    i am blessed to testify to more miracles in my life than i can count :)

     
  23. hskiprob

    December 7, 2013 at 9:21 AM

    Erin, Please provide us with the scientific evidence as the world is ready to see a miracle. A new born baby is a miracle but not in the context I’m defining it. I’m talking about the hocus pocus stuff that lacks scientific evidence.

     
    • erin

      December 7, 2013 at 5:40 PM

      the religion of “science” is often “hocus pocus” so no. btw, the earth IS the center of the universe. it does NOT spin wobble or move. the sun goes around the earth, and the planets go around the sun. it is called geocentricity and it has been proven as “scientifically” as heliocentricity. your “rational” thinking means nothing to me. i believe the PERFECT word from God in the KJB which incidentally was a cinch for God to preserve (as he said he would) . i am a hardcore Christian and no man controls me. intelligent design is a proven fact. to think anyone could possibly understand God who designed everything is pretty funny. i pray everyone finds the truth soon.

       
  24. Jetlag

    December 7, 2013 at 4:18 PM

    hskiprob said: “So coincidentally now that science could observe a miracle, no one today is worthy of doing them.”

    Science as we presently know it started around 1600, while the miracles recorded in the Bible happened in the first century AD and earlier. This hardly qualifies as a “coincidence”.

     
  25. Erica Jeay

    October 18, 2014 at 8:52 AM

    Go Erin! I’m with you.

     
    • Mg배 .

      October 18, 2014 at 6:23 PM

      thx! rudy is just now u/l another confrontation w the black hebrew isrealites during our 2nd am march today. monday night is our town hall mtg on fluoride at white rock lake fyi we hope u r doing well e ps: GREAT news i got today is that the “truth fairy” was just recently born again!! hallelujah praise God! she said rudy and i were a big part of it and if i accomplish NOTHING else in this miserable life, i will be satisfied.

      Date: Sat, 18 Oct 2014 20:05:38 +0000 To: imagineyourfuture@hotmail.com

       
  26. EDOMS THORN

    October 18, 2014 at 8:01 PM

    What a pathetic wasted 20 minutes that was! TWO Bible ILLITERATES that may believe in in GOD but appear not to BELIEVE God! They both are unable to PROVE the word of God with the word of GOD as we can CLEARLY see it made MANIFEST in the world today! EDOMS THORN has done just that! Many of those Negroes come to my site and will not answer ONE question as I prove that they have taken the word of God out of context and twisted it to fit their Hatred of the White Man!

    Rudy appears to be a JUDEO/Christian that has bought into the lie that the so called JEWS are ISRAEL! RUDY was unable to argue against that Negro because Rudy does not understand that GOD did what HE said He would concerning ISRAEL! The FACT is God blessed ISRAEL above ALL Nations and the God of ABRAHAM did ALL HE said HE would concerning ISRAEL! AND many of those BLESSING are listed at the link below, and NOT one MAN can make them fit any other RACE than the white race! It is not racist to point that out! I saw it in 1970 at age 14 because I read Gods word and believed it!

    SOME of the “JEWS” are of JUDAH, but 90% of them are as JESUS pointed out, impostors of EDOM!

    MY GOD is not a weak gOD and unable to do ALL He said concerning ISRAEL! My GOD is not a liar, nor is HIS word a lie! Read it and believe it!

    Here are WHO Jacob/ISRAEL really are
    “Why don’t these scriptures fit the so called “Gods Chosen”?
    http://www.edomsthorn.wordpress.com/why-dont-these-scriptures-fit-the-so-called-gods-chosen

     

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