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Are they talking about you?

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You have to REALLY (and I mean REALLY) not care what people say about you. Listen, you could make the best apple pie in the world and there is ALWAYS going to be someone, somewhere that hates apple pie. With that being said, people throw shade. Why? It makes them feel better about themselves.Sinful human nature caters to “better than, less than” people feel better about themselves when they have something or someone else to talk about. When you’re a mature, emotionally self-controlled person you realize that most often times people will accuse the very thing that’s in their own heart. If they’re corrupt, they accuse others of being corrupt, if they’re fake, they accuse other people of being fake, If they would shove millions in their own pockets if they ran a mega ministry, that’s exactly what they accuse others of, If they could never picture themselves with someone, they accuse the intention of the person who is. etc. They talked about ‪#‎Jesus‬ and sold Him out for 30 pieces of silver, we’re not that special that we’re going to be exempt, SO GET USED TO IT. The good news is, they don’t bother talking about you unless you’re making an impact or they perceive you as some sort of threat. Don’t believe me? Go ahead and google any person you think has significance.

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The #CharlieCharlieChallenge

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The “Charlie Challenge” has not only gone viral over social media, but it has also made major news headlines. Unfortunately, many have participated without knowing the “game” they are participating in is very similar to the use of a Ouija board and has an occult-like origin (similar to the “game” Bloody Mary). A few days ago when the game was at it’s peak, information began to surface that the game it’s self  was “an old Mexican tradition and a supernatural ritual that is used to contact a ghost.” Yesterday, I saw headlines from even the likes of Fox News titled that the social media craze was “trying to summon a demon” (all coming up on the first page of Google’s search engine) and when looking for similar headlines today about the same topic, all I have found on front page searches is comments and articles downplaying the game and rebuttals that there is no demon associated with the game (which I’m sure are written by the same people that believe Ouija is a harmless “game” as well) starting with the ever respected TIME (time.com). It is so important in this day and age for you to KNOW what things are and are not and you can’t rely on major media to be that final say. What you need to keep in mind that anything funneled through mass media is owned by a corporation and the wealthiest folks in this world are calling all of the shots for what you need to know and don’t need to know based upon what suits their needs basically because they think you’re stupid and as long as you buy, sell, go to work everyday and continue to support their “system” that’s all they care about. John 8:44 “For you are the children of your father the devil, and you love to do the evil things he does. He was a murderer from the beginning. He has always hated the truth, because there is no truth in him. When he lies, it is consistent with his character; for he is a liar and the father of lies” NLT

It’s so much deeper then “conspiracy theories” (which by the way, many of them turn out to be absolutely true i.e. Asbestos, Watergate, The Mafia, Manhattan Project, MK-Ultra, Operation Snow White just to name a few. http://www.infowars.com/33-conspiracy-theories-that-turned-out-to-be-true-what-every-person-should-know/) it’s about knowing the the truth according to the Word of God, because without it? You are going to fall in between the cracks of the world’s evils being tossed to and fro emotionally, financially, physically, and spiritually. You don’t have to agree with or believe something is real in order for it to be real or the truth.

Does anyone remember the last challenge that swept across the internet not too long ago? The “ice bucket” challenge? In the name of raising money for ALS? Although this challenge was launched in the name of raising money for ALS research (which includes stem cell research on aborted human fetuses)  the act of dumping fire or ice on yourself  is part of a occultism ritual used for “energy cleansing” or purification.

Hosea 4:6 “My people perish for lack of knowledge” The word “perish” means “to suffer death typically in a violent, sudden, or untimely way”. Why should you die for what you don’t know if all the knowing in the world is freely available to you right now?