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Very interesting and sounds helpful so far.

Insubmission to the Word of God first, then teaches and leads My bondservants away. It is a greedy spirit. "I gave her time to repent but she didn't want to repent". She thinks she hears from God. Jezebel exhibited hostility, scorn toward those who oppose her. After refusing to repent, she goes crazy. A woman with the Jezebel spirit will control the man, she is not usually the pastor of a church. It ends up with the puddle of blood being licked up, and a new Jezebel rises up to replace. There will be wrongful doctrine, there will be greed, she wants someone else's vineyard, etc.

He knocks the Crouches (& Tammy Faye Bakker) and Joyce Meyer here, no complaints from me on that.

He absolutely underlines the importance of the role of the husband in supporting and loving the wife Biblically. The blame is on the men!

If you have a problem with male authority, (due to abuse usually), you need Jesus to help you.
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'Because of the Fall, men are insensitive to sin. Women are hypersensitive'--this is not a vid on gender politics, mostly, or Christian relationships, but that's about what he said. Seems about right. Always a good talk from Prasch.
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I don't much like talking about this, but we had an exterminator visit today for bedbugs. This city is the BB capitol of the world, so I guess the likelihood of getting them was pretty hi. They came a few weeks ago and heated up the house, it was incredibly hot when we came back in later in the day. It got a lot but not all of them. What a waste of money. I asked the guy to spray my bed frame because the other day I felt itchy bites on my legs.

I don't like the poison, but if I'm careful, it'll be okay.

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Trump calls terrorists "losers", Ben Shapiro agrees with that term, "terrorists feed off the idea that the West fears them", but we fear what they will do. James Jacob Prasch: "Islam was spread by violence." And much more:





JJ PRASCH

May. 11th, 2017 01:27 pm
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Very interesting. I'm watching JJ Prasch and his comments on archaeology and scripture, contrast and compare. Jericho is the first item on the menu. I remember seeing Zola Levitt talk about this and other Biblical events back in the seventies and/or eighties, on a snowy, tweedy TV connection. He talked about "beit David" on a bit of stone or wall, various fairly newly discovered proofs of the Bible. Also Jericho--and this he said had been disproven. He didn't exactly say it that way, he said an atheist female archaeologist had found there was no proof of the story as told in the Bible. I always wondered if there was evidence, but that she just was not determined to keep the door opened to the truth.

It sounds so far like there is proof that it happened the way the Bible says. I am fairly confident that Levitt probably thought the same way I did. B But it didn't help that this woman was not so great an archaeologist.

I also remember Tom Bombadil at The One Boards saying you couldn't prove that the slaughter of the innocents happened. I said, why would there be proof of this type of thing, Herod would have wanted to keep it quiet. But I have been reading The Two Babylons by Alexander Hislop, and he says that one...Pilot or one of the Roman officials of the time...Caesar? I'm not sure, Hislop says the comment from this well known person was that that he would "rather be Herod's pig than Herod's child". Because look what Herod did to children.

Here is a site that says Herod was very paranoid and slaughtered a lot of people who got in his way. ++> http://www.biblearchaeology.org/post/2009/12/08/The-Slaughter-of-the-Innocents-Historical-Fact-or-Legendary-Fiction.aspx

I do have to go home and look at The Two Babylons again, but am sure of the quote, that it was from a historically well known Roman source. That quote was evidence that Herod was murderous enough to have committed the murders the Gospel of Matthew accused him of.

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