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    Here is an email I received from a missionary friend in Mexico.


    --- On Sat, 3/4/17, Julia Bustos <[email protected]> wrote:


    > From: Julia Bustos <[email protected]>

    > Subject: From the Desk of Robert Taylor Highways and Hedges Mexico Mission

    > To: "Robert Taylor" <[email protected]>

    > Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017, 1:41 PM

    > Highways and

    > Hedges Mexico Mission March 2,

    > 2017Greetings in Jesus name:

    > It has been quite a while since I have

    > corresponded with the saints on my "contacts"

    > list, about a year, if I remember correctly. A lot has

    > happened in this last year which convinces me that we are on

    > a highway with no posted speed limits, and we are hurrying

    > along with "The Pedal to the Metal" headed toward

    > that final end time event that will close out this era that

    > we are living in. The event that I am talking about is, of

    > course, the return of Jesus Christ our Lord to this sin

    > devastated planet.

    > Many things have happened this past year, but the

    > main event that eclipses all the rest, is the mind numbing

    > event of Donald J. Trump ascending to the office of the

    > President of the United States. That is what prompted me

    > to write this correspondence to my friends far and wide.

    >

    > I don't have to tell anyone that the

    > Christian Church in America is ecstatic over Donald Trump

    > becoming our President. And while I also am very happy

    > that Hillary Clinton didn't get elected, I feel that

    > there is one very sobering thing that Christians in America

    > have totally pushed out of their minds and swept under the

    > rug so to speak--and that is abortion. Let´s pull out

    > some scriptures concerning this unspeakable evil that has

    > engulfed the nation of America.

    > In Deuteronomy 30:19, Jehovah the God of Israel

    > spoke to the children of Israel, and here is what he said:

    > "I call heaven and earth to record this day against

    > you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and

    > cursing, therefore choose life that both thou and thy seed

    > shall live."

    > Our God is not a god of death, He is the God of

    > life and the sanctity of life is a part of God's very

    > character. Then in Numbers 35:33 we read, "So ye shall

    > not pollute the land wherein ye are: for blood it defileth

    > the land: and the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that

    > is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it."

    > Now I want to point out that this verse is no taken out of

    > context, it means exactly what it says.

    > Then in II Kings 24:4 we read, "And also for

    > the innocent blood that he shed: for he filled Jerusalem

    > with innocent blood; which the LORD would not pardon."

    > If we read the verses before and after this scripture, we

    > see that God is getting ready to destroy Judah because of

    > the sins of the wicked King Manasseh and Jehoiakim. Verse

    > 4 of II Kings 24 tells that Jehoiakim "filled Jerusalem

    > with innocent blood," and it plainly says that the Lord

    > will not pardon innocent blood," which takes us back to

    > Numbers 35:33 where it says "....except by the blood of

    > him that shed it." Then there

    > is yet another sobering passage of Scripture in Psalm

    > 106:37-38 which says, "Yea, they sacrificed their

    > sons and their daughters unto devils, 38 And shed innocent

    > blood, [even] the blood of their sons and of their

    > daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan:

    > and the land was polluted with blood." Then further

    > down in verse 40 of this same chapter we read,

    > "Therefore was the wrath of the LORD kindled against

    > his people, insomuch that he abhorred his own

    > inheritance." And he gave them into the hand of the

    > heathen, and they that hated them ruled over

    > them."

    > I have said all of this in order to get to the

    > main point of this letter. Folks, America has got a pay

    > day coming. In the last 40 years, the American people has

    > shed the blood of 100 million innocent babies, and the

    > slaughter goes on unabated. Innocent blood is knee deep in

    > America, and as the Scripture states that we just read in

    > Numbers 35:33 ...."and the land cannot be cleansed of

    > the blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that

    > shed it."

    > Yes dear saints, America has got an appointment

    > with God, and as good a president that Donald Trump might

    > turn out to be, he is not going to rewrite the Scriptures.

    > America is facing the Judgment of God.

    > Now as the Scripture says, the only way that the

    > land can be cleansed of innocent blood is by the shedding of

    > the blood of Him that shed it." So what we have is 60

    > million murdered babies, which means there are 60 million

    > women that have shed innocent blood. I realize that a few

    > of these women got multiple abortions, but the count is

    > still right around 60 million women.

    > Then there are 60 million fathers that are just

    > as guilty as the women. Why did the fathers just stand

    > passively by while the child that they fathered was

    > murdered?Then there are the millions of abortion

    > doctors, nurses, and other health professionals that did the

    > actual killing. Then there are the people that passed the

    > laws to allow abortion. So if we total all of this up, we

    > have:

    > ⦁ 60 million mothers guilty

    > of shedding blood.⦁ 60 million fathers just as

    > guilty.⦁ Millions of doctors,

    > nurses, and others who are guilty.

    > If we total all of this up, we have well over 1/3

    > of the entire population of the United States that is guilty

    > of shedding innocent blood. Now I realize that an

    > individual person that has gotten an abortion can receive

    > forgiveness by a heartfelt repentance, simply because

    > because the blood of Jesus Christ was shed for them, but

    > according to the teaching of Scripture, innocent blood

    > pollutes the land and there is no pardon for the Judgment

    > that is coming to America.

    > Donald Trump might very well be a man that God is

    > using to turn America around, but even if he is, and even if

    > he manages to get that Roe vs. Wade Abortion Law overturned,

    > God is still not going to just sweep the murder of 60

    > million babies under the rug and just forget about it.

    > America has got a "payday" coming, and it will be

    > soon.Blessing to all,

    > Robert Taylor

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  • #2
    Originally posted by Lou Newton View Post
    Here is an email I received from a missionary friend in Mexico.


    --- On Sat, 3/4/17, Julia Bustos <[email protected]> wrote:


    > From: Julia Bustos <[email protected]>

    > Subject: From the Desk of Robert Taylor Highways and Hedges Mexico Mission

    > To: "Robert Taylor" <[email protected]>

    > Date: Saturday, March 4, 2017, 1:41 PM

    > Highways and

    > Hedges Mexico Mission March 2,

    > 2017Greetings in Jesus name:

    > It has been quite a while since I have

    > corresponded with the saints on my "contacts"

    > list, about a year, if I remember correctly. A lot has

    > happened in this last year which convinces me that we are on

    > a highway with no posted speed limits, and we are hurrying

    > along with "The Pedal to the Metal" headed toward

    > that final end time event that will close out this era that

    > we are living in. The event that I am talking about is, of

    > course, the return of Jesus Christ our Lord to this sin

    > devastated planet.

    > Many things have happened this past year, but the

    > main event that eclipses all the rest, is the mind numbing

    > event of Donald J. Trump ascending to the office of the

    > President of the United States. That is what prompted me

    > to write this correspondence to my friends far and wide.

    >

    > I don't have to tell anyone that the

    > Christian Church in America is ecstatic over Donald Trump

    > becoming our President. And while I also am very happy

    > that Hillary Clinton didn't get elected, I feel that

    > there is one very sobering thing that Christians in America

    > have totally pushed out of their minds and swept under the

    > rug so to speak--and that is abortion. Let´s pull out

    > some scriptures concerning this unspeakable evil that has

    > engulfed the nation of America.

    > In Deuteronomy 30:19, Jehovah the God of Israel

    > spoke to the children of Israel, and here is what he said:

    > "I call heaven and earth to record this day against

    > you, that I have set before you life and death, blessing and

    > cursing, therefore choose life that both thou and thy seed

    > shall live."

    > Our God is not a god of death, He is the God of

    > life and the sanctity of life is a part of God's very

    > character. Then in Numbers 35:33 we read, "So ye shall

    > not pollute the land wherein ye are: for blood it defileth

    > the land: and the land cannot be cleansed of the blood that

    > is shed therein, but by the blood of him that shed it."

    > Now I want to point out that this verse is no taken out of

    > context, it means exactly what it says.

    > Then in II Kings 24:4 we read, "And also for

    > the innocent blood that he shed: for he filled Jerusalem

    > with innocent blood; which the LORD would not pardon."

    > If we read the verses before and after this scripture, we

    > see that God is getting ready to destroy Judah because of

    > the sins of the wicked King Manasseh and Jehoiakim. Verse

    > 4 of II Kings 24 tells that Jehoiakim "filled Jerusalem

    > with innocent blood," and it plainly says that the Lord

    > will not pardon innocent blood," which takes us back to

    > Numbers 35:33 where it says "....except by the blood of

    > him that shed it." Then there

    > is yet another sobering passage of Scripture in Psalm

    > 106:37-38 which says, "Yea, they sacrificed their

    > sons and their daughters unto devils, 38 And shed innocent

    > blood, [even] the blood of their sons and of their

    > daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan:

    > and the land was polluted with blood." Then further

    > down in verse 40 of this same chapter we read,

    > "Therefore was the wrath of the LORD kindled against

    > his people, insomuch that he abhorred his own

    > inheritance." And he gave them into the hand of the

    > heathen, and they that hated them ruled over

    > them."

    > I have said all of this in order to get to the

    > main point of this letter. Folks, America has got a pay

    > day coming. In the last 40 years, the American people has

    > shed the blood of 100 million innocent babies, and the

    > slaughter goes on unabated. Innocent blood is knee deep in

    > America, and as the Scripture states that we just read in

    > Numbers 35:33 ...."and the land cannot be cleansed of

    > the blood that is shed therein, but by the blood of him that

    > shed it."

    > Yes dear saints, America has got an appointment

    > with God, and as good a president that Donald Trump might

    > turn out to be, he is not going to rewrite the Scriptures.

    > America is facing the Judgment of God.

    > Now as the Scripture says, the only way that the

    > land can be cleansed of innocent blood is by the shedding of

    > the blood of Him that shed it." So what we have is 60

    > million murdered babies, which means there are 60 million

    > women that have shed innocent blood. I realize that a few

    > of these women got multiple abortions, but the count is

    > still right around 60 million women.

    > Then there are 60 million fathers that are just

    > as guilty as the women. Why did the fathers just stand

    > passively by while the child that they fathered was

    > murdered?Then there are the millions of abortion

    > doctors, nurses, and other health professionals that did the

    > actual killing. Then there are the people that passed the

    > laws to allow abortion. So if we total all of this up, we

    > have:

    > ⦁ 60 million mothers guilty

    > of shedding blood.⦁ 60 million fathers just as

    > guilty.⦁ Millions of doctors,

    > nurses, and others who are guilty.

    > If we total all of this up, we have well over 1/3

    > of the entire population of the United States that is guilty

    > of shedding innocent blood. Now I realize that an

    > individual person that has gotten an abortion can receive

    > forgiveness by a heartfelt repentance, simply because

    > because the blood of Jesus Christ was shed for them, but

    > according to the teaching of Scripture, innocent blood

    > pollutes the land and there is no pardon for the Judgment

    > that is coming to America.

    > Donald Trump might very well be a man that God is

    > using to turn America around, but even if he is, and even if

    > he manages to get that Roe vs. Wade Abortion Law overturned,

    > God is still not going to just sweep the murder of 60

    > million babies under the rug and just forget about it.

    > America has got a "payday" coming, and it will be

    > soon.Blessing to all,

    > Robert Taylor

    Disregard the following photo. I kept getting an error message that told me to load at least one photo. This photo has nothing to do with this post.
    Really scarey. God is both just and merciful, and we forget that David was punished harshly after his killing of his friend and taking his wife. You are right, Robert from Mexico. No one seems to grasp that God really does hate sin. He might love sinners, and we can be forgiven of things clinging to the blood or Christ, but David did not escape judgement for what he did in the land.

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    • #3
      Divine judgment

      In Romans 1 the Apostle Paul reveals that divine judgment is the act of the LORD "giving over" the unbelievers to their own perversion. This "giving over" is in the active voice - meaning the LORD is the cause. America and Western Europe is already experiencing the wrath of the LORD. How many days pass between terrorist attacks or just crazy people killing out of devious psychotic ideas? It is rare that the programming of the Jewish controlled media and entertainment industry presents anything without including open homosexuals, scantily dressed women, implicit sexual scenes, and vulgar talk. Fox is the worst. Seems every TV station has their very young weather girls in slinky, provocative dress. And the internet pornography is an evil that needs no reminder.

      In Roman 1 the perverse behavior described by the Apostle Paul is in the passive voice - meaning their perverse behavior is something which occurs because of the action of another - in this case the LORD’s actions are in the active voice. Divine wrath happens when the Holy Ghost does not restrain evil.

      This is an old, old story and also a new one. It happened over and over again to Israel. All the crimes and sins we are experiencing were common in the Israel of the Old Testament as well as in the Israel of today and even in Jewish communities around the world.

      Contrary to the understanding of nearly all commentaries on Romans, I see Romans 1:16-32 as being about the Jew and not a discourse on natural revelation. The Apostle Paul is writing to the Roman Christians because the Jewish Christians are claiming to be superior to gentile Christians. The continuing theme of Romans is that sinners are justified by faith and not by ancestry or Mosaic Law. Therefore, the Apostle Paul writes, you Roman Christians be civil to one another - especially you Jews.

      Specifically speaking to the divine judgment on the United States, it has already come upon us. For those of us who were born more than seventy years ago the differences are enormous. For instance: Compare 1958 when over 98% of Americans were members of Christian churches with the membership in Christian churches today. It is not just the legal support of abortion, but of homosexual activities and legal unions of homosexuals. It is the pornography, school teachers having sexual intercourse with students, general promiscuity, fornication, violence, crimes, etc. All these things are what the LORD brings upon a people by removing the restraint of the Holy Ghost. If it were not for the Holy Ghost in my life, what might I be like?

      I am one Christian who believes Donald Trump is part of our divine wrath. The fact that our choices for president in the general election were either Trump or Clinton illustrated for me that the LORD gave the United States over to our own evil devices. I also understand the lack of discernment among the Christian community to be more evidence of the absence of an army of the LORD walking in the Holy Ghost.

      I could never fathom how Germany could elect a man like Adolph Hitler until the United States presidential election of 2017. So, while there are those who forecast a coming judgment, I watch the basins of wrath pour down upon America. President Donald Trump is no King Josiah.
      Last edited by glen smith; March 26, 2017, 09:26 PM. Reason: english language correction

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      • #4
        Originally posted by glen smith View Post
        Divine judgment

        In Romans 1 the Apostle Paul reveals that divine judgment is the act of the LORD "giving over" the unbelievers to their own perversion. This "giving over" is in the active voice - meaning the LORD is the cause. America and Western Europe is already experiencing the wrath of the LORD. How many days pass between terrorist attacks or just crazy people killing out of devious psychotic ideas? It is rare that the programming of the Jewish controlled media and entertainment industry presents anything without including open homosexuals, scantily dressed women, implicit sexual scenes, and vulgar talk. Fox is the worst. Seems every TV station has their very young weather girls in slinky, provocative dress. And the internet pornography is an evil that needs no reminder.

        In Roman 1 the perverse behavior described by the Apostle Paul is in the passive voice - meaning their perverse behavior is something which occurs because of the action of another - in this case the LORD’s actions are in the active voice. Divine wrath happens when the Holy Ghost does not restrain evil.

        This is an old, old story and also a new one. It happened over and over again to Israel. All the crimes and sins we are experiencing were common in the Israel of the Old Testament as well as in the Israel of today and even in Jewish communities around the world.

        Contrary to the understanding of nearly all commentaries on Romans, I see Romans 1:16-32 as being about the Jew and not a discourse on natural revelation. The Apostle Paul is writing to the Roman Christians because the Jewish Christians are claiming to be superior to gentile Christians. The continuing theme of Romans is that sinners are justified by faith and not by ancestry or Mosaic Law. Therefore, the Apostle Paul writes, you Roman Christians be civil to one another - especially you Jews.

        Specifically speaking to the divine judgment on the United States, it has already come upon us. For those of us who were born more than seventy years ago the differences are enormous. For instance: Compare 1958 when over 98% of Americans were members of Christian churches with the membership in Christian churches today. It is not just the legal support of abortion, but of homosexual activities and legal unions of homosexuals. It is the pornography, school teachers having sexual intercourse with students, general promiscuity, fornication, violence, crimes, etc. All these things are what the LORD brings upon a people by removing the restraint of the Holy Ghost. If it were not for the Holy Ghost in my life, what might I be like?

        I am one Christian who believes Donald Trump is part of our divine wrath. The fact that our choices for president in the general election were either Trump or Clinton illustrated for me that the LORD gave the United States over to our own evil devices. I also understand the lack of discernment among the Christian community to be more evidence of the absence of an army of the LORD walking in the Holy Ghost.

        I could never fathom how Germany could elect a man like Adolph Hitler until the United States presidential election of 2017. So, while there are those who forecast a coming judgment, I watch the basins of wrath pour down upon America. President Donald Trump is no King Josiah.
        Good comment Glen and thanks.

        Trump may not be a Josiah, but Hillary was a Jezebel. I would settle for Trump being a Jehu at this time.

        But no matter who Trump is, The Lord can direct the paths of a King as He is able to guide the path of a river.

        Also we have the fact that one man and God are a majority against the whole world.

        So if we cry out for The Lord to deliver us from evil, He is able to do so.

        Ezekiel 9

        9 He answered me, “The sin of the people of Israel and Judah is exceedingly great; the land is full of bloodshed and the city is full of injustice. They say, ‘The Lord has forsaken the land; the Lord does not see.’ 10 So I will not look on them with pity or spare them, but I will bring down on their own heads what they have done.”

        Also I seen years ago that one of the sins that God judged Jerusalem for was saying ‘The Lord has forsaken the land;

        I will always try to encourage all to pray for deliverance of our nation and do so knowing that God can do so.

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        • #5
          Excellent reply; This is the way we learn the ways of the LORD. When reading Ezekiel I am not looking for this kind of a word as a quote by someone other than the LORD so I've always missed who actually said these words - but I've never done a verse by verse on Ezekiel. The context of Ezekiel 9 is divine judgment. It is debatable who "They say" is in Ezekiel 9:9 It could be the "Six men soon appeared from the upper gate that faces north, each carrying a deadly weapon in his hand" or those with the mark on their forehead or those who are being slaughtered. I will send this question to some Bible students who really understand the Hebrew.

          When I do a verse by verse of the entire book or a major section of the book I will read it over dozens of times (I read Romans over 350 times before I started and the gospels 40 times - all four gospels once each day.) I then run down cross references and alternative versions. I read at least three commentaries produced from different perspectives. I then do several outlines depending on the book or organized for the reason of my study. This is where I am in the Book of Daniel - even though I've already done several verse by verse studies of chapter 9.

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          • #6
            Originally posted by glen smith View Post
            Excellent reply; This is the way we learn the ways of the LORD. When reading Ezekiel I am not looking for this kind of a word as a quote by someone other than the LORD so I've always missed who actually said these words - but I've never done a verse by verse on Ezekiel. The context of Ezekiel 9 is divine judgment. It is debatable who "They say" is in Ezekiel 9:9 It could be the "Six men soon appeared from the upper gate that faces north, each carrying a deadly weapon in his hand" or those with the mark on their forehead or those who are being slaughtered. I will send this question to some Bible students who really understand the Hebrew.

            When I do a verse by verse of the entire book or a major section of the book I will read it over dozens of times (I read Romans over 350 times before I started and the gospels 40 times - all four gospels once each day.) I then run down cross references and alternative versions. I read at least three commentaries produced from different perspectives. I then do several outlines depending on the book or organized for the reason of my study. This is where I am in the Book of Daniel - even though I've already done several verse by verse studies of chapter 9.
            Thanks for the reply Glen. I have a different approach to the study of the Holy Scriptures. I try not to read commentaries , church history, or doctrines so they do not influence my search. I seek The Lord Himself and ask Him to reveal the meaning to me. Now I do search other scriptures and subjects as He leads me, but I try to wait on Him to reveal His answer to me. I do not say my approach is better, just different.

            The Lord leads different people in different ways.

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