Jeffrey Epstein Prophecy: ‘No One Is Getting Away with Anything
The Jeffrey Epstein story is not over. Another story related to him is going to break that will take the focus somewhat off of his death and put it back on what happened throughout the corruption of his life.
Someone is going to be brave and share their information that will expose something huge.
God is going to bring more to the light in 2020. I heard this: “No one is getting away with anything.”
This new, exposing story will put fear and then the consequences in several prominent families, including ones already linked, as well as some of his partners as more information gets exposed linking all kinds of people to this criminal underbelly.
Epstein was not the mastermind but a piece of the story. God is going to show unusual justice in the situation and there are people who will be freed who are imprisoned in this mess, crying out for help.
Shawn’s Instagram: Epstein Prophecy is starting to get fulfilled
Soros Joins With Evangelical Christians to Promote Invasion of America
-Rosemary W. Pennington
Top Southern Baptist Russell Moore teams up with George Soros again to demand amnesty for Third World invaders. Russell Moore’s open-borders Evangelical Immigration Table is funded by George Soros and supports the Third World immigration and refugee invasion of the USA and Europe.
RUSSELL MOORE is one of the heads of the Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT), a front group for the George Soros-funded National Immigration Forum (NIF) which calls for open borders and amnesty for illegal aliens. The fact that the Southern Baptist Ethics and Religious Liberty Commission head, Russell Moore, has never had to explain his association with anti-White Jewish billionaire George Soros is telling of the direction the denomination has gone. The Southern Baptist Convention is now primarily an outlet to propagandize semi-conservative pew-sitters with left-wing politics.
Now, Russell Moore together with George Soros calls on the United States to implement a “restitution-based” immigration plan — a plan that they say would allow illegal immigrants to stay in the country legally so long as they pay restitution to the government over a period of seven years.
Eric Metaxas Quits Evangelical Immigration Table -Mark Tooley
The Evangelical Immigration Table (EIT) is a front group for the National Immigration Forum (NIF).
Intelligence Community’s Inspector General Is the Link Between FISAgate and Impeachment
Democrats in the House of Representatives still refuse to release the closed-door testimony of a key witness in the concocted drama: Michael Atkinson, the inspector general for the intelligence community.
Atkinson, you may recall, launched the impeachment saga when he determined that the accusations by the “whistleblower” about Trump’s phone call with the Ukrainian president last summer were so alarming as to deem the complaint a matter of “urgent concern.” (It wasn’t.)
Atkinson sent two letters to the House Intelligence Committee demanding immediate attention to the bogus complaint.
“I have not been authorized to disclose . . . basic information to you, in addition to the important information provided by the Complainant that is also being kept from the congressional intelligence committees,” Atkinson warned September 17, a week after the U.S. aid had been released to Ukraine.
As part of his impeachment charade, House Intelligence Committee Chairman Adam Schiff (D-Calif.) interviewed Atkinson in his secret lair; it is the only transcript out of 18 that Schiff won’t make public….
…A report issued last month by Atkinson’s counterpart at the Justice Department, Michael Horowitz, offered a detailed account of how that agency, specifically the FBI, violated the law to obtain a warrant to spy on Carter Page for a year. Horowitz identified 17 “significant errors” on the initial application and three subsequent renewals submitted to the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court.
The office responsible for the government’s FISA process is the Justice Department’s National Security Division. The head of the NSD during the first several months of the secret surveillance on Carter Page was acting Assistant Attorney General Mary McCord.
McCord’s senior counsel? Michael Atkinson.
10 Things I Learned in 2019
7. Three sets of magic words can change the tone and trajectory of a marriage . . . “You’re probably right.” “Could you use a few more words so I can better understand?” “What can I do to help?”
2011, #10. God answers essay questions, not multiple choice.
2012, #9. Disciple-making is about leading others to find and act on their calling, not just living out my own.
2013, #12. Your legacy won’t be what you leave behind for people. It will be what you build into people.
2014, #6. Being ‘fully present’ is the only thing that slows life down and creates more minutes per clock hour.
2015, #4. Maybe the most uncomfortable yet useful question God often poses to us when we slow down and listen . . . “What breaks your heart?” That question can take us to God’s calling for our prayers, our giving, our lives.
2016, #8. If your closest friends aren’t like-hearted with you, it may be time to fire them and find replacements. There’s a difference in like-minded people and like-hearted Like-minded people think alike but like-hearted people want the same things. I want to ‘do life’ with like-hearted people . . . people who are all-in for Jesus and want to make disciples.
2016, #9. The anemia of Jesus-followers is not just their lack of prayer but their inability and unwillingness to engage in listening prayer. We rattle on and on, praying the same words and telling God things He already knows. All the time, He’s sitting there with the answers to our heart’s questions . . . wanting to help us, but we’re too afraid, too busy, or too faithless to ask and listen.
2017, #5. A request is a demand when the answer can’t be ‘no’ – This is subtle but strong because unmet demands yield to anger, whether it’s suppressed or expressed. Don’t deceive yourself thinking you’ve made requests when you’ve really made demands. You’ll know which they were by your response when the answer is ‘no.’
2018, #7. Don’t miss the life you have, comparing it to the life you think is possible but doesn’t really exist.
“The last couple of months have been the hardest I’ve ever faced. Thank you for the love and support. Part of my process has always been to write about the things I’m going through, but this went to a whole new level. What started out as getting some of my thoughts and feelings about losing my firstborn son down on paper, ended up a song,”
’21 Years’ is a song I wrote about the recent passing of my firstborn son, Truett Foster McKeehan. I loved him with all my heart. Until something in life hits you this hard, you never know how you will handle it.”
“Writing this song felt like an honest confession of the questions, pain, anger, doubt, mercy and promise that describes the journey I’m probably only beginning. The rest is yet to come. One thing I know is that I am not alone. God didn’t promise us a life of no pain or even tragic death, but He did promise He would never leave us or forsake us. And I’m holding dearly to that promise for my son as well as myself”.
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