Saturday, March 8, 2014

Be Warned.

Tom's Journal.

Do you remember what I just said in the preceding  post, of "Spring Forward ?"   "The people of a nation suffer when a cruel, wicked king rules them." ~paraphrased...   Well, here is a bit more support for my humble statement, down below, and I thought it was THAT important that I share it.   For one thing,  if just seems like the Lord has a 'time schedule'  --perhaps 48 hours from when a president or king issues a bad order or ruling, or decree....executive order!!   Obama said:  "I have my pen and I have my telephone."   Just look what happened to Pres. G.W. Bush, and Katrina, 48 hours after he opened his mouth about Israel giving up their God given LAND  !!  He wasn't pure as the drivin' snow, either!   He and his Pop were into the NWO too!!    Clear your mind of these so-called political parties, PLEASE !!  They on both colluding, conspiring, complicit and in league with king Obama!!   Why have they NOT started Impeachment proceedings yet ??   

Because of these current spoken threats to Israel,  I fear some great disaster will befall us.... and you all heard it right here on my humble Blog.   Many Bible smart Christian all over the world are Believers like me, and parrot the same thing.  Be Warned!   Be Prepared.  Pray Often !


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Monday, March 3, 2014 
Prophetic Precipice faced by America
While Russian President Vladimir Putin thumbed his nose at the occupant of the Oval Office's warnings against invading Ukraine, the US president huddled in an hour-long Oval Office interview with Bloomberg reporter Jeffrey Goldberg. The purpose of the interview was to send a clear warning to Israel ahead of that country's Prime Minister visit to the White House. The warning: Israel better give in to the president's proposed peace framework or face a bleak future--one of international isolation and demographic disaster. The president skipped a National Security Advisors meeting on the crisis in Ukraine, but took an hour with a reporter to warn Israel. Watch the prophetic clock tick in the next 24 hours.
The Lord God says of Israel in Genesis 12:3, "And I will bless them that bless thee, and curse him that curses thee." This is an ongoing ordeal for America as presidents Jimmy Carter, Bill Clinton, George W Bush, and the current occupant of the Oval Office have built precept upon precept to force Israel into accepting terms of the terrorist Palestinian negotiators. A clear example of the US facing a political, economic or natural disaster within 48 hours of a US president pressuring Israel is Bush demanding that Israeli Prime Minister Ariel Sharon rid Gaza of its Jewish settlers. Gaza became a hostile enclave for Hamas terrorists within hours. Within 48 hours was the formation of a tropical depression that became Katrina. 
White House support of all things Islam has Biblical implications for all Americans. Most all the prophets--major and minor--point to current Islamic nations coming against Israel in the "Day of the Lord." Russia's role has always been in support of Israel's enemies--Russia/Soviet Union supplied the weapons to Arab states that attacked Israel after its independence, the six day war in 1967 and the Yom Kippur War in 1973. The US president is pitching a prophetic grand slam on the people who elected him. He has drawn a line in the sand by warning Russia to not invade Ukraine and he is warning Israel of the consequences of not giving up traditional lands of Judea and Samaria to the Palestinian terrorists.
There are prophetic consequences, however, of the president's actions. One could tie many things, such as the support for the Muslim Brotherhood and al Qaeda, his pressure on Israel, his support for abortion and homosexuality, his selective enforcement of law, his lack of fiscal responsibility, his reverse racism, his destruction of the economy, etc., to prophetic consequences that inform the current American condition. The one thing that each nation needs, however, is national security. His warnings to Israel amid his weak response to the growing crisis of Russian aggression are a combination adding up to prophetic and practical consequences. Proverbs 29:2 says, "...When the wicked bear rule, the people mourn."

Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

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It’s time for a time change

March 7, 2014
The Daily News
Daylight saving time is about to begin.
This Sunday morning at 2 o'clock, or before you go to bed Saturday night, we'll move our clocks ahead by one hour.
We "spring forward." In effect, we lose an hour's sleep.
Sure, we'll have to deal with the extra hour of darkness in the morning, but we'll also get an hour more of sunlight when we get off work.
For most people, that extra time to enjoy the outdoors in the evening is worth it.
This year, most residents are hoping for some warmer weather to arrive to be able to enjoy that extra hour of daylight outdoors.
Each year, daylight saving begins on the second Sunday in March, and ends on the first Sunday in November, when clocks are turned back an hour.
The switch to daylight saving time is a familiar habit for Americans.
It wasn't always that way. Years ago, there was one time - sun time. Proposed in 1784 by 78-year-old Benjamin Franklin as a way of saving candles, daylight saving time was years in the making.
Today, there are four standardized time zones in the U.S - Eastern, Central, Mountain and Pacific.
About 120 years ago, there was as many as 27 different time zones - just in Michigan.
Before 1883, the time of day was a local matter. People called it "sun time."
Noon was when the sun was at its highest point in the sky.
Local folks set their timepieces by some well-known clock in their nearby community. Town hall clocks were more than decoration back then.
This meant that when it was noon in Chicago, it was 12:31 p.m. in Pittsburgh, 12:24 in Cleveland, 12:13 in Cincinnati, and 12:07 in Indianapolis
Or, when it was noon in Detroit, it was about 11:50 in Grand Rapids.
Michigan had at east 27 different local times.
Indiana was slightly less confusing with 23 local times.
Wisconsin was a watch repairman's nightmare with 38 local times.
"In every city and town," wrote historian Stewart Holbrook in 1947, "the multiplicity of time standards confused and bewildered passengers, shippers, and railway employees. Too often, errors and mistakes turned out disastrously, for railroads were now running fast trains on tight schedules; a minute or two might mean the difference between smooth operation and a collision."
Finally, America's railroads took control.
In 1872, railroad officials from around the country met in Missouri to arrange summer passenger schedules.
To address the time problem, they formed a permanent organization of private citizens to work on a solution.
In October 1883, this organization - the General Time Convention - approved a plan to establish standardized time zones.
Then, on Nov. 18, 1883, every railroad in the country adopted the new system. "Railroad time" quickly became the new "local time" everywhere - except in Detroit.
At that time, Detroit residents said that the sun, not man, dictates what time it is.
Time marched on, but Detroit didn't.
According to Lawrence W. Reed, president of the Mackinac Center for Public Policy, Detroit stuck to the sun time concept until 1900.
In 1900, city officials ordered clocks to be set back 28 minutes to comply with Central Standard Time. However, half the city obeyed the order and half refused.
Detroit City Council quickly rescinded the order and reverted to the old time.
This lasted until 1905 when, by a city-wide vote, Detroit adopted standard time and became part of the Central time zone.
Although nearly all Americans set their timepieces by these new time zones, the federal government was slow to embrace the idea.
In fact, it took 35 years for Congress to authorize the time zone idea. In March 1918, Congress approved time zones and a switch to daylight saving time to conserve fuel for the World War I effort.
At the same time, Congress moved Michigan into the Eastern time zone.
Michigan remained in the Eastern time zone for many years, until Michigan lawmakers approved moving the counties in the Upper Peninsula that border Wisconsin to join the Central time zone.
It's been a rough winter. Daylight saving time is a sure sign that spring is on the way.
As normal temperatures return to the area, daylight saving time will allow area residents to enjoy more of the great the outdoors that surrounds us.