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  1. Look up those diseases. Many of them are not that bad, especially the Measles. I know that isn't one you mentioned but as an example. I'm not sure about the ones you mentioned but I read 50 Years in the Church of Rome by Charles Chiniquy from the 1880s. He wrote about having Typhoid Fever and it wasn't that bad. Do the research. Also, with a strong immune system and nearly everyone else being needle-stuck, you should be okay. Trust in the Lord.
  2. But Paul cried with a loud voice, saying, Do thyself no harm: for we are all here. ---Acts 16:28
  3. My wife and I don't have children either. I know the health czar of Virginia told all clinics and doctors to send out the same letters or make calls about the children's vaccinations as well. Apparently children's vaccinations have gone down, and they don't like it, which is good! Most of us in the U.S., U.K., Canada and Spain are so spoiled and delicate by the cushy world systems we were born into. The brethren in places like Africa and remote South America can flee their homes and live off the land because they already do live that way. I pray the Lord for mercy due to us being so weak
  4. That's great about the farmers! Praise the Lord. It should always be that way. In my case we go into the grocery store without masks and act normally. We will stay away from other people, no problem, but no masks. Also, we go earlier on weekday mornings when the crowd is a lot less.
  5. Do you mind my asking where that is? Did they actually issue fines or is it more of an idle threat?
  6. This is not unheard of. Remember the election of 2000. It was very similar to what is happening now just not nearly as volatile.
  7. I wish there was an "angry" emoji to respond to comments in here.😡 I said it before and I will say it again: What a great time to be alive! (sarcasm)
  8. The soap opera / WWF match isn't over. My humble prediction is that the Jesuits will keep Trump in office. Why? They couldn't pull this scamdemic hoax with Obama in the White House. They needed Trump to keep the patriots, gun owners, country Americans subdued. Thanks to the Q Anon hoax they did just that. Most conservative (lost mostly but even some saved) stayed silent and comply (to a minimum) with illegal mask mandates and other lock down travesties. They complied because they thought Trump, their savior, was really fighting for them. If the Jesuits take Trump away, the real Ameri
  9. And I saw as it were a sea of glass mingled with fire: and them that had gotten the victory over the beast, and over his image, and over his mark, and over the number of his name, stand on the sea of glass, having the harps of God. -Revelation 15:2 So, we know this doesn't directly apply to us because we will be caught up. The principle is very similar. We are having something forced on us in order to buy or sell. We are being threatened with harassment or even fines but not our lives. And the first went, and poured out his vial upon the earth; and there fell a noisome and grievous
  10. Oh, how can an entire world be so stupid and deceived?! Aside from you, the elect, in those places, the majority are Roman Catholics. Whether practicing or atheist they are still some variation of Catholic and are therefore accustomed to being ruled over by the Pope, Kings, rulers of any kind. They love it. And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free. -John 8:32 The northeast region of the United States is predominantly Catholic (and secular Jewish in some areas) and they are the most draconian in their mask enforcement. The Catholic governors up there are the wor
  11. We have the power company installing smart meters in our area. No 5G yet. Better to get to rural areas. I know that's easier said than done.
  12. That's not new for many of us in the States. In Virginia we had to do that since late May but they don't really enforce it at the places we've gone, praise the Lord. Do they at least regard medical exemptions?
  13. The best witness is to not wear them at all. If you absolutely have to wear a mask, and some brethren have been forced to, then turning them into "tracts" is the next best thing. I thought about doing this when the illegal mask mandate came to my state but I decided not to comply at all. So far, no major issues, praise the Lord.
  14. You misunderstood, brother. The issue isn't playing old games; it's about selling them. They are leftover from my childhood in the 80s / early 90s. I recently got them back since my parents were selling their house and asked my wife and I to come collect my old stuff. That was almost two years ago. If it were now I would have probably said to just get rid of them for me. I wasn't a "gamer" anymore in my own home. I outgrew them in general. Bro. Bryan's preaching against gaming didn't really apply to me. So, I collected my old games thinking they were old and harmless. Later on I was convicted
  15. I know what you are all saying. I have considered the matter myself. I am not going to become a dealer in these games. I will not go out and acquire more and then re-sell them. Once I get rid of what I already have that will be the end of it. These old games are childish and cartoonish. Many of you are too young to remember or weren't even born yet. The games consisted of little pixels on a screen and not very elaborate or violent. In other words; mild, tame and mostly harmless. When you younger folks think of video game you are thinking of the very violent, sexual, satanic and occul
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