Another one of those pensive-looking birds. Most of us pass through ducks and geese like they’re common. Getting the exact name of the duck species is another story.
It’s already Spring, but we had gravel-sized hail at least twice over the weekend.
Saturday’s full moon was dubbed as the Pink Moon, but like the Blue Moon, it doesn’t look anything like the color it’s named after. There was a thin layer of moving clouds which somewhat affected its appearance.
For Resurrection Sunday, we watched The Gospel Of John. For those who enjoy The Chosen, the former is derived and is a literal depiction word for word from The Good News Bible. If you haven’t seen The Gospel Of John, it is a must-see and we can be assured that it is not rife with blasphemy injected into the presentation unlike The Chosen. To borrow a youtube personality’s suggestion when it comes to doctrine that one can “eat the meat and chew out the fat”, it would be hard to do this with The Chosen especially for those who may not be familiar with the gospel at all. This production is more of a landmine to those who are not grounded in Scripture and those who are curious about Christianity since they are watching a Jesus whose character is not true to what is written.
By the end of the day, I found myself looking up celebrity deaths from 2021 and this year. This would be the most logical thing since regular people’s deaths do not make it into any lists. What is quite interesting is that a lot of them died of cancer and younger ones died without disclosing the cause of death. While people die everyday of natural causes, diseases and disasters, what is astounding were the cancer-related deaths.
Recent findings reveal that the shoogahwattah works just like HIV which exhausts the immune system. It is nothing short of evil for those who continue to push this concoction on everyone. While there is plenty to be uncovered as to what’s really in it, what any thinking person can conclude is that the forced administration of the shoogahwattah can have lethal consequences for some.
Put your trust in God.
“Whoever loves his life will lose it, but whoever hates his life in this world will keep it for eternal life.”
John 12:25 BSB