Aug 8, 2020

Biblical Views of the Future

In his article, I’ll describe the most prominent views of the future that have been proposed by Bible scholars. That statement itself may come as a surprise to some. Many people are aware of only one possible view of the future. For the first few years that I was a Christian, I was aware of only one view. I initially adopted this view because it was the basis for the Left Behind books, which led to my conversion to Christianity. As time went on, I continued believing this view to be correct, not because I found it unambiguously stated in the Bible, but because the dozens of pastors I followed told me it was true.

In 2008, I began meeting Christians who held different views of the future. My friends implored me to read books explaining these views, but I resisted. I was content to believe that we were living in the last days before the return of Jesus. I was elated at the fact that, at any moment, the rapture would happen, and the church would be removed from this dark and depraved world. But in 2008, everything changed. At least for me.

In 2008, I had a dream (if one could call it that) where I met God, and He asked me to pray for my patients. I happened to be a cessationist at the time. I didn’t believe in miracles. That soon changed, along with some of my other beliefs. Since then, I’ve had a thousand dreams, many of which have portrayed future events. Very few of these dreams showed a world slipping into darkness and judgment. Most of them offered a hopeful glimpse of the future.

One factor that gives rise to different views of the future among believers is the passages of scripture we choose to emphasize and the ones we choose to ignore. A second factor is our mode of interpretation. There are different ways in which the Bible can be read and understood. One is the literal approach, where most passages are taken to be literally true. Another is the figurative approach, where the text of scripture is interpreted symbolically. Some systems of theology impose a symbolic interpretation on most of scripture, even passages where the subject seems to be spoken of literally.

Another difference comes from the way in which we assign significance to historical events. Some believe that most or all of the passages describing the destruction of the earth and God’s wrath on mankind have already taken place. Others see these events as future. There are also differences in how we interpret the fulfillment of prophetic passages from the Old Testament, how we interpret Christ’s prophecies about the end of the age, the timing and nature of His return to the earth, and the role and timing of Christians in reigning on the earth. Another point of debate concerns God’s future plans for the physical nation of Israel and His purposes for the Gentile church.

There are many seemingly contradictory statements in the Bible about God’s plans for the future. These apparent contradictions can be an obstacle to those who wish to view the scriptures in unambiguous terms. It isn’t necessary to take an “either-or” position. The “both-and” view is a suitable alternative. The Old Testament portrayed the Messiah as both a suffering servant and a conquering King. While Jews were unable to resolve these apparent contradictions, Christians found the divine paradox to be a beautiful illustration of God’s multifaceted nature. We should not be afraid to evaluate the individual merits of apparently contradictory views.

Now let’s look at some of the main views of the future. We’ll begin with descriptions of three general views; futurism, historicism, and idealism, and then look at specific views within each of these categories.

Futurism teaches that most prophetic passages of the Bible have yet to been fulfilled. This view generally teaches that a period of tribulation will mark the end of the age, a literal Antichrist figure will appear, and that God has separate plans for the Gentile church and the nation of Israel.

Historicism teaches that most of the Bible’s prophetic passages have already been fulfilled, including most of the book of Revelation. This view does not hold to a period of tribulation, a specific person as the Antichrist, or the belief that God’s plan for Israel is different from His plan for the church.

Idealism teaches that the events described in prophecy are neither past, present, nor future, but are intended to symbolize spiritual principles. In this view, prophetic passages illustrate the battle between the forces of good and evil. This view is associated with amillennialism—the belief that there is not a literal 1,000-year reign of Christ on earth. Amillennialism teaches that Christians are currently reigning with Christ in a symbolic way.

Covenant Theology
Covenant theology proposes that there have been two main covenants since the creation of man. The first covenant was the covenant of law. Mankind’s representative, Adam, failed to live up to the covenant’s terms and was condemned. The newer covenant of grace was not between God and man but between members of the Godhead. The Son agreed to live in a way that fulfilled the first covenant. He became man’s representative in the new covenant and those who trust in Him for their righteousness are brought into the covenant of grace.

Dominion (Kingdom) theology
Dominion (or Kingdom) theology teaches that the church has been commissioned to establish God’s kingdom rule in the earth during the present age. Dominionism takes the command God gave to Adam to rule over the earth as a literal mandate that was never revoked. This view sees believers as kings, priests, and ambassadors of God, sent to destroy the kingdom of darkness and advance the kingdom of God in preparation for the return of Jesus, who will ultimately rule with them.

In this view, history is divided into periods or “dispensations,” where God tests man’s obedience in different ways. The dispensational periods are usually described as those of innocence, conscience, civil government, promise, Mosaic law, grace, tribulation, and millennium.

The pre-millennial view teaches that most prophetic passages of scripture have yet to be fulfilled. In this view, God has separate plans for the church and the nation of Israel. Pre-millennialism teaches that a 7-year period of tribulation is approaching where an Antichrist figure will be revealed, and the earth will fall into greater darkness before the visible return of Christ to the earth. His return will be followed by His literal thousand-year reign with the resurrected saints. Slight differences exist between several pre-millennial views. These differences are related to the timing of the removal of the church from the earth (the rapture) in relation to the 7 years of tribulation. These views are described as pre-tribulation, mid-tribulation, and post-tribulation (some theologians include a pre-wrath distinction).

Pre-tribulation adherents believe that the removal of the church from the earth (the rapture) will be followed by seven years of tribulation. During this time, the Antichrist will arise, and a final battle will occur. Jesus will return to earth and reign for a thousand years, followed by last judgment and the creation of a new heaven and earth.

The mid-tribulation view is similar to the pre-tribulation view, except that it divides the tribulation into two three and one-half year periods—the second half being the Great Tribulation. In the middle of the seven years, the church is taken into heaven to escape the Great Tribulation.

The post-tribulation view says that the church will be kept by God’s grace through the entire 7-year period of tribulation. Believers will be given their glorified bodies in order to meet Christ as he comes to earth to defeat the Antichrist at the battle of Armageddon and establish his millennial reign.

The preterist view holds that most of the events of the book of Revelation were fulfilled in the first century A.D. In this view, prophetic passages in both the Old and New Testaments are thought to speak of the fall of Jerusalem in 70 A.D. Preterism underpins postmillennialism, which proposes that we are currently living in a non-literal thousand-year period of time that began in the first century. The two main schools of preterist thought are called full preterism and partial preterism.

Full Preterism
Full preterists believe that the second coming of Christ occurred after the fall of Jerusalem in 70 A.D., fulfilling the prediction of Jesus: “This generation will not pass away until all these things take place.” (Matthew 24:34) That promise included His second coming.

Partial Preterism
Partial preterism holds that most biblical prophecies, such as the destruction of Jerusalem, the rise of the Antichrist, and the Great Tribulation were fulfilled either in 70 A.D. or during the persecution of Christians under the Roman Empire. However, the Second coming of Christ and the resurrection of the dead have not yet occurred in the partial preterist view.

There are many biblical views of the future, including ones not mentioned here. Some are extensively detailed. Some leave many subjects open for debate. I’m less convinced today that my original view was correct. As I’ve evaluated other theories, it’s apparent that all the major views have gaping holes in them that cannot easily be reconciled. These problems are why eschatology is not a settled issue.

Twenty years ago, I lived in constant anxiety over the teaching that the world was progressively becoming darker. This idea is not objectively apparent. It’s something I was taught, and in fact, it’s not true at present. During the 20th century, a succession of world wars and the rise of dictators who fit the description of the Antichrist caused people to believe that pre-millennialism was the correct view of the future. The rise of the new world order caused more people to adopt this view.

When you analyze deaths from war and other signs of societal decay, you find a surprising fact. Since the end of World War II, been living in a time of relative peace. While it’s true that there have been almost constant smaller wars since World War II, the death toll from these wars is minuscule in comparison. Since he was elected, President Trump appears to be taking an axe to the new world order. If he manages to dismantle this corrupt power structure and if he can end the wars overseas, it ought to cause Christians to go back to their Bibles and rethink their view of the future.

It’s remarkable how passionate we can be about our religious beliefs—even the point of speaking harsh words toward those who hold different views. It’s common these days to accuse someone who doesn’t share our view of “denying the truth of the bible,” but such accusations aren’t necessary, and many times they’re untrue. All the views presented in this article are biblical. The differences between them are not a matter of “right” or “wrong,” “biblical” or “unbiblical.” Perhaps you’ve found a view that you identify with. Maybe you see validity in several views. I’d encourage you to consider the strengths and weaknesses in all of them and weigh each one carefully.


Aug 3, 2020

An Analysis of Concerns about Qanon

During the last few months, I've been bombarded with messages from friends. The messages contain links to articles and videos where religious leaders have insisted that Q's operation is intended to lead people away from God. A number of separate but related concerns have been expressed about Q. In this article, I'll address them one by one. 

An Illustration 
I once met an atheist who said God doesn't exist. He claimed that this is what the Bible teaches. Intrigued by his statement, I asked him to explain. "The Bible says there is no God. Look it up in Deuteronomy chapter 32 and Isaiah 45." I examined the text of the verses he cited.
‘See now that I, I am He, And there is no god besides Me; It is I who put to death and give life. I have wounded and it is I who heal, And there is no one who can deliver from My hand. Deut. 32:39
“I am the Lord, and there is no other; Besides Me there is no God. I will gird you, though you have not known Me; Is 45:5
My atheist friend was right. The Bible does say, "there is no God." But when we consider the phrase in context, we can see that in each case, it is part of a larger statement that emphasizes the realities of God's existence. When a statement is removed from its original context, it can be twisted to mean the opposite of what was intended. 
The Context of Q 
Qanon is an operation that provides information about historical and current events. The clues and information posted by Q create a narrative of history that differs from the one promoted by the mainstream media. This is the overarching context that must be applied to all of Q's posts. If this context is not applied—if Q's statements are taken out of context—they can be twisted to mean the opposite of their intended meaning. Sadly, that is what many people have done. One pastor took exception to Q's statement, "Sheep no more." In a sermon, he reveled in the fact that Jesus called himself the Good Shepherd and we, his sheep. He was outraged at the suggestion that we are not the Lord's sheep.

The comparison of humans to sheep is a metaphor that can be used to illustrate different ideas. It may describe, in an allegorical way, the relationship between Jesus and his followers. We are called His sheep because sheep follow their shepherd. In this case, the allegory speaks of devotion. The term can also be used in a derogatory way. Sheep are incredibly dumb animals. For that reason, people who are gullible, naive, and clueless are often called sheep. In the context of Q's operation, those who blindly accept the narrative of the mainstream media are referred to as sheep. In some cases, Q says the elites who use occultic symbolism to openly display their evil view us a sheep.

Q has never suggested we are not God's sheep. But when his statements are taken out of context, they can be twisted, and the argument is then made that he opposes the teaching of the Bible. Some are concerned about Q's admonition to "trust yourself." Apparently, pastors are offended by this message, claiming it goes against the biblical instruction to trust God.

Once again, context is essential. We know that Q's operation is about uncovering the facts of historical and current events that are ignored by the mainstream media. In the post above, Q said news outlets report false information to receive clicks or to push a false narrative. Rather than blindly accepting their false narrative, Q encourages us to do our own research and trust the conclusions we come to. His statement "trust yourself" is limited to trusting your understanding of current news events. It has nothing to do with whether you trust God. Personally, I've found that it is God who helps me connect the details I uncover in my research. I depend on Him to give me understanding. In that regard, trusting yourself and trusting God are not antithetical. 

One pastor objected to the fact that Q referred to the U.S. military as the "savior of mankind." He then launched into a diatribe about how only God is our savior, and the idea that anyone else could be a savior is positively demonic.

If this statement is removed from its context, it can be twisted to mean something that was not intended. Q is not a theologian. His operation is not about religion. He does not (normally) teach on the subject of soteriology—on how the soul of man can be redeemed. Therefore, if he uses the term "savior" or "salvation," the intended reference would be to something other than theology. 

In what other sense might the U.S. military be viewed as the savior of mankind? 

Whether we choose to believe it or not, there are wealthy, powerful people who abduct children so they can be tortured and raped. Ghislaine Maxwell and Jeffrey Epstein enabled this kind of activity. Child sex trafficking isn't an isolated phenomenon; it happens in every country. Because civilian courts had turned a blind eye to the issue, the U.S. military stepped in and began shutting down human trafficking lanes around the world.

When Q says the U.S. military is the "savior of mankind," he means the military is the only organization in the world currently working to end the trafficking of those who cannot protect themselves. But even in the post where he supposedly committed blasphemy, Q closed with a statement his critics have ignored— "God save us all."

I could provide a dozen more examples where someone took a post out of context and accused Q of ungodly teaching, but I think you get the point. If you find something in a post that seems a bit off, before jumping to conclusions, consider the message as it applies to the context of Q's operation. 
Read the Posts 
A religious leader may have an opinion about Q, but if they have not read the posts, or followed the decodes of someone who has, their opinion is uninformed. An uninformed opinion about any field of study is worthless, and Qanon is a field of study unto itself. In the same way that you can't understand microbiology without taking classes or reading books on the subject, no life experience and no amount of education can give you an understanding of Q's operation. The only way to understand Q is to read the posts and do the research. I respect the opinions of people who have expertise in certain areas. But there is no reason to respect the uninformed opinion of someone who hasn't read the posts.

Why Do People Worship Q? 
It has been observed that some people seem to worship Q. That fact isn't surprising. Mankind was created to venerate (worship) God. It's encoded in our DNA; it's the purpose for which we were created. But not everyone sees the value in God. Some prefer to exalt Hollywood celebrities. Some kneel before the altar of Black Lives Matter. Others find incredible value in the 17th letter of the alphabet. The fact that people choose to worship a person, an activity, or an idea does not make the thing worshipped evil. When we choose to worship an idol, it says nothing about the idol but it speaks volumes about us. Q has, on many occasions, cautioned people not to worship (glorify) him.

Is Q a Cult? 
While it is evident that Q followers are involved in some type of movement, to know if it is a cult, we need to know if the movement engages in the kind of behavior typically seen in cults. 

Most cults center around the teaching of a charismatic central figure who provides personal revelation and guidance to the cult’s members. Cults generally have an established leadership hierarchy. The doctrines of the cult flow from the central figure to the leadership team and are reinforced by them. Cult followers are praised for learning and obeying the leader’s teachings and observing the cult’s rituals. They are punished (or publicly humiliated) when they don’t. 

In contrast, there is a central figure in the Q movement, but no one knows who he (or she) is. The movement has no identified leaders. There are no official meetings that Q followers attend or even an organized way of communicating. There are no official (or even widely accepted) doctrines in the Q community. Each person who reads Q’s posts finds their own meaning in them. They emphasize whatever ideas, values, or concepts are important to them. Cult leaders are primarily interested in controlling the thoughts and the behaviors of the cult’s members, while Q insists that people think for themselves. It may appear from a distance as though Q has recruited a cult following, but a closer examination reveals this is not the case. 

I’ll close with my response to the claim that Q might mention God, but he never mentions Jesus. Last year, Q felt it was worth pointing out that Jesus Christ is the reason we celebrate Christmas.


Aug 2, 2020

Qanon - Imitation is the Sincerest Form of Panic

The deep state has tried in many ways to silence Qanon and limit the growth of the movement. More than 2,000 mainstream articles have been written to date about Q. Not one has had anything positive to say. Despite (or perhaps because of) the media's hatred of Q, the movement has grown exponentially. One tactic employed by Q's enemies was de-platforming. The media applied pressure in the form of shaming to the companies that provided services to 8chan. That resulted in them losing their technical services and the website went offline That maneuver silenced Q for three months, but 8chan's owner, Jim Watkins was able to create a new website, 8kun, which Q has been posting on ever since. Having failed in previous attempts, the deep state appears to be deploying a different tactic—imitation.

Because Q's identity is unknown, it's possible for others to imitate him. Although technically, Q posts anonymously, we know that certain posts are from him (or her) because of their tripcode. A tripcode is a hashed password used on internet message boards like 8kun. They give a user a unique identification code while allowing them to remain anonymous. When someone uses a tripcode, it appears on all their posts. Q's unique tripcode has been carefully tracked ever since he began posting. In 2017 and 2018, attacks and infiltration forced Q to move from one message board to another. In December of 2017, Q moved to the 8chan board /cbts/. Three weeks after he began posting there, the board owner lied about the validity of Q's tripcode and claimed it had been compromised.

cbts board compromised qanon 

Q replied, confirming that his tripcode had not been compromised. He said it was the board that had been compromised and he told anons there would be no more posts from him on that board. Q then moved to the 8chan board /thestorm/.

  tripcode safe qanon  
One of the more well-known early Q decoders was Jerome Corsi. He drew the attention of anons after sharing his thoughts about a photo posted by Q. In November of 2017, President Trump flew to Asia. During that trip, on November 9th, Q posted the photo below. An internet search for the photo returned no results. Apparently, it was an original. Corsi insisted that it had been taken on Air Force One and it was evidence that Q must be close to the President. 

AF1 5a Qaon 

 A few months later, Corsi would claim that Q had been compromised. On April 29, 2018, Q warned anons to be careful who they followed. Some people were trying to profit off the movement.

  be careful who you are following qanon 

Many people took this as a prohibition against receiving financial support. Jerome Corsi did, and he accused Q of being a communist. He later claimed that although the original Q was legitimate, the person currently posting as Q was not the same person. Two weeks later, Q explained the real purpose of this post.

  qanon they attempted to infiltrate 
Because the movement was growing rapidly, Q needed to expose a deceptive scheme so that new followers would not be misled. One part of Corsi's plan was to intentionally provide false decodes. Unbeknownst to us, he was secretly collaborating with Alex Jones and InfoWars. Their goal was to discredit Q and bring his followers over to their platform. To refute Corsi's claim and prove he was the same person who posted at the beginning of the operation, Q posted a photo nearly identical to the one posted on November 9th.

  Qanon AF1 pics 
Q had anticipated that at some point, someone would claim that he was not the same person who posted at the beginning of the operation. He prepared a collection of original photos of the same scene that had been taken a few seconds apart. He could post another original photo at any time, to verify that he was the same person who began the operation. On July 21, 2020, Twitter announced it had suspended thousands of Q-related accounts and that they planned to take punitive action against other accounts. 

That same day, former CIA employee Kevin Shipp claimed on Twitter that while Q had begun as a legitimate intelligence insider, the operation had since been compromised. In another tweet, he claimed that "real" intelligence insiders would soon be dropping "real" intelligence on the chans. These tweets have since been deleted, but currently, Shipp has a thread posted that explains his concerns about Q.

  shipp avid q analyst 
Note that Shipp doesn't claim to be a Q expert. The claim that Q has been compromised is based on second-hand information from an anonymous source. In another tweet, he said he was concerned because Q is anonymous, and "Secret identity is rarely a good thing when presenting important information."

  shipp secret identity 
Shipp said we should be suspicious of Q because he presents important information while remaining anonymous. At the same time, Shipp made an important claim of his own (that Q had been compromised), and we should accept his claim based on information from an anonymous source. (You can view Shipp's Twitter thread below.) Shipp's tactic is no different than that of Jerome Corsi. Corsi endeared himself to anons by providing commentary on Q's posts. Shipp endeared himself to the community by appearing in the film Out of Shadows. In that film, he discussed CIA programs like MKUltra and Operation Mockingbird. He didn't reveal anything that wasn't already in the public domain, but that wasn't his objective. He needed to make a public appearance where he seemed to be on the side of patriots and truthers. He needed us to trust him. That way, when he attacked Q, we would perceive his actions as being motivated by a love for the truth.

  shipp out of shadows
Shipp's error is the same one made by many political commentators. We are all entitled to our opinions about Q, but not all opinions are equal. Shipp hasn't read Q's posts. His opinion is uninformed and his intelligence background is irrelevant. If you've read the posts yourself, you have a  better understanding of Q's operation than someone who hasn't. My present concern is about the comment he made in his deleted tweet regarding "real intelligence insiders" dropping "real" intelligence on the chans. Shipp has essentially warned us that infiltraitors are coming. Their goal is to fool us with fake intelligence drops. At the same time, Twitter, Facebook, and YouTube seem intent on removing long-time Q decoders from their platforms. If experienced Q analysts are removed, how will new followers know which posts are from Q? The timing of Shipp's announcement and the social media purge of Q accounts almost seems to be coordinated. Now more than ever, it's important to know how to determine which posts are from Q and which are not. Q has never posted on any social media platform and he never will. He does not communicate with anyone privately. If someone claims to have a source that is in contact with Q, you can regard their claim as false.

Messages from Q are only posted on 8kun under the tripcode Q !!Hs1Jq13jV6. If someone claims that a new post is from Q, and this tripcode is not visible on it, consider it to be fake. (Q has used other tripcodes in the past. You can find them on sites like where the posts are displayed.)


 Whenever Q changes his tripcode, he warns anons ahead of time and verifies the change on the board. (Note in the image below, there is one tripcode prior to the change (Q !CbboFOtcZs) and a different one after (Q !A6yxsPKia).
It's easy to photoshop a real Q tripcode onto a fake post. If you cannot find a particular post by searching for it on a website where Q posts are displayed, consider it to be fake. I would expect that if a new threat is about to emerge, Q has already anticipated it, and has countermeasures in place. If the deep state is, in fact, about to unleash a pack of phony intelligence insiders, we might consider it a sign of how much damage Q is doing to their operations. Imitation is the sincerest form of panic.

Jul 31, 2020

Qanon July 31, 2020 America is Witnessing a Brazen Power Grab

The only thing that interests corrupt politicians is remaining in power. 


Jul 30, 2020

Qanon July 30, 2020 – Nothing Can Stop What Is Coming

Social media platforms can try to silence us, but the truth will come out. Nothing can stop what is coming. 


Jul 24, 2020

Qanon July 24, 2020 – Next: More Acts of Violence Frameups

Qanon warns that in order to further censor Q accounts, the media will try to manufacture connections to acts of violence. 


Jul 22, 2020

The Social Media Purge of Qanon

Yesterday, Twitter announced its intent to limit the spread of discussions about Qanon. The unprecedented steps they plan to take were outlined in a series of tweets. A careful reading of the announcement makes it clear that Twitter (at least for now) does not intend to suspend accounts merely for tweeting about Qanon. They plan to suspend accounts that have violated their terms of service by creating multiple accounts, engaging in targeted harassment, or evading prior suspensions. As long as an account does not engage in one of these behaviors, they should not be suspended just for posting about Q. (At least that's Twitter's official policy.) The other actions in the bullet list describe how Twitter plans to limit the spread of Q-related information on the platform. 

 What would cause Twitter to take such unprecedented action? 

 Researchers who follow Q's crumbs have posted their findings on a variety of social media platforms. Compared to a few thousand mainstream journalists, there are millions of Q followers. Although it lacks cohesiveness, Q followers have managed to create a broad narrative of historical and current events. This narrative contradicts the one propagated by the media, the medical technocracy, the political establishment, and other institutions. 

 Attorney General Barr noted that social media platforms pulled off the biggest bait and switch in history. They promised freedom of speech and grew their platforms on that idea. But freedom of speech was never in the minds of social media's inventors. Twitter, Facebook and YouTube were developed to confine the flow of ideas to only those that are approved by our minders. The endgame was controlling the narrative of historical and current events, and through that, controlling how we perceive ourselves and society. 

 Anons and autists, working alongside other non-mainstream researchers, have managed to expose as fraudulent the official narrative of historical and current events. For this crime, the establishment has decided that Q and his followers must be silenced. 

 Q has never endorsed violence. His messages center on the transformation of culture through the collective investigation of open-source information. Nevertheless, social media platforms and the press have decided to silence the movement. As their modus operandi, the press has chosen to establish connections between Q and acts of violence. 

 A scheme was hatched a few years ago to find people who committed acts of violence and determine if they followed Q. If they did, (even if it was only suspected that they did) their behavior was attributed to Q and a news article was published. An assertion was made that the act of violence was due to the subject's interest in Q. This is always stated as fact, despite other influences that may affect the individual's behavior. The media have published hundreds of articles insisting that Q followers are violent. The accusation that individual Q followers are violent has been generalized to all Q followers. That accusation is now being used to justify large-scale censorship and de-plaforming. (Note in their first tweet, Twitter justified their actions by implying, without evidence, that Qanon followers are violent.) 

 The most telling part of Twitter's announcement might be this statement:
Apparently, this is Twitter's current, but not their final position. They will adjust their enforcement policy regarding Q in the future if the current steps don't resolve their perceived problem. It's a safe bet that the perceived problem will persist and Twitter will take further steps. Future policy changes would probably lead to accounts being suspended merely for discussing Q. Again, they would justify their actions by claiming that Q followers are violent. This suggests that the media will create future connections between acts of violence and supposed Q followers. Yesterday's article by the New York Times sheds light on the plans of other social media platforms as they deal with Q's growing influence.
Facebook is preparing to take similar steps to limit the reach of QAnon content on its platform, said two Facebook employees with knowledge of the plans, who spoke on the condition of anonymity. The company has been coordinating with Twitter and other social media companies and plans to make an announcement next month, the employees said. Facebook declined to comment.
We've known for almost two years that blanket social media censorship of Q was coming. In September of 2018, an anon asked Q why he deleted posts from the read-only board /patriotsfight/. Q's response suggested that a total ban of Q-related discussions was coming and that his board would become the hub for all such discussions in the future.
  qanon main points of interest only 
 My plan 
Forewarned is forearmed. I've been preparing for the censorship of Q-related discussions on all major social media platforms. I expect at some point to be suspended from Twitter. I expect my YouTube channel will be shut down. I've already had my Facebook page suspended for posting about Q. (I created another one, but I anticipate it will be shut down as well.) 

I temporarily deactivated my Twitter account last night. I will reactivate it shortly and continue posting. I plan to maintain a presence on the major platforms to the degree that I can. I have accounts on Gab and Parler (@davehayes). These platforms appear to be safe places to discuss Q. (I do not have the time to manage accounts on the dozens of other lesser-known social media platforms.) 

If for some reason, my account on any social media platform is no longer available, you can always find my articles, podcasts, and videos here. We will not be silenced. We will be victorious. The world will soon know the truth and the truth will set us free. Thank you for your prayers, your love, and your support. 

Jul 20, 2020

Qanon July 20, 2020 – Batten Down the Hatches

FBI Director Chris Wray may be on his way out. Will he be replaced by General Flynn?  


Jul 19, 2020

Qanon July 19, 2020 - It's Time for People to Go to Jail

Mark Meadows believes indictments are coming.  


Oct 23, 2017

Healing Breakthrough in the Courts of Heaven

My guest blogger is Stephanie Easley, who shares a testimony of healing back pain.This article is being shared with the author's permission. It was originally posted here.

Ever since I watched David Joseph, aka Praying Medic, on Sid Roth’s It’s Supernatural, I’ve found the Lord leading me to minister and pray for healing amongst many of my chiropractic patients. This is when I first began to speak to my patients about the Lord and how He’s led me to pray for some of them. Sometimes He leads me to just pray, and other times He has me share a word with them as well. He seems to have a strategy behind all of this. At times He wants me to share a word first, then other times He wants me to share a word after He’s healed them. All of this plays out during the same visit.

A couple of months ago, the Lord sent me a 22 year-old female with severe low back pain, and severe pain radiating down her left leg. She was in tears and could barely move. It was one of the worse cases I’ve ever seen, and I’ve been doing this for 14 years. Her back was so hot, it defrosted 2 gel ice packs while she waited to see me. Our attempt to transfer her from the treatment table to the adjusting table was unsuccessful; so in order to make some progress, I figured I should pray for healing first this time. Normally, since my new patients have sought out chiropractic services, I serve in this capacity before asking them if I can pray for their healing.

I explained to her how I usually work; but since she was in so much pain, I asked if I could pray for her first. She answered, “Yes”. Since she was so emotional, I started out by praying for her emotional healing, then moved on to pray for the back and leg pain to leave. I made sure to be very detailed when I prayed for the anatomy involved. After praying for about 5-10 minutes, I asked how she felt; but unfortunately, there was absolutely no change. This is uncommon when I pray for people. Their pain usually goes away, or decreases considerably, and rather quickly I might add. When this didn’t happen, I thought, “Uh-oh, this is going to take longer than I expected.”
“For to one is given through the Spirit the word of wisdom; and to another the word of knowledge, according to the same Spirit: to another faith, in the same Spirit; and to another gifts of healings, in the one Spirit; and to another workings of miracles; and to another prophecy; and to another discernings of spirits: to another divers kinds of tongues; and to another the interpretation of tongues: but all these worketh the one and the same Spirit, dividing to each one severally even as he will.”
1 Corinthians 12:8-12
I knew for a fact that she would be leaving with at least some relief, so I needed to discern what the Lord’s strategy was going to be this time. I understood that He wanted me to share a word with her as well, and it wasn’t going to take just 5 minutes either. Admittedly, I’ve had some trouble in this department lately…At times, I end up talking to an attentive patient for well over an hour, about the incredible things that most people just skim over in the Bible. This backs me up with patient care and note-taking like you can’t imagine. While writing this, I’ve just realized that Praying Medic most likely had a time limit with his patients, since they were usually being transported in the back of an ambulance. I need to remember this in the future.

I knew I was dealing with something tough, with both the patient, and the sister who brought her in. The patient continued to wail and cry every time she moved, and the sister who brought her in started to feel anxious. Then, instead of praying for relief and healing for the patient with me, the sister became increasingly agitated over the entire situation. Something definitely manifested on the sister as soon as I started praying for the patient. She clearly felt uncomfortable and became increasingly unhappy with me. She eventually lost her temper and caused a scene by yelling and carrying on, about what specifically, I really can’t remember. I continued to pray and by the grace of the Lord, was unfazed and unrattled by this distraction, however, I thought to ask my angels, in the spirit, to remove the strongholds of the enemy – the nuisance, attempting to stop me.

Within minutes of my request, the sister jumped up out of her seat and stormed outdoors, yelling expletives along with the phrase, “We didn’t go to church today!”. It was at this point, that I started to walk around the table the patient was laying on, and the Lord showed me in big, black letters, the word “WITCHCRAFT” across the entire length of the patient’s body. After I saw this, I thought, oh boy, this is all new territory for me. It was all very surreal. The Lord definitely stepped up my game on this day.

At some point, the sister came back inside, and was calm, as if nothing had ever happened. This was short-lived, however, because the same scenario played out again, except this time the exchange between the sisters escalated. Immediately following the sisters’ departure the second time, (which occurred after I asked my angels for a second hand), I knelt down beside the patient, and with all sincerity, looked into her face and finally said, “I know what will work.” I tried to just educate her on the court of accusations held in heaven, but stopped abruptly after I heard the Holy Spirit tell me, “Walk her through it.” It was at that moment I realized The Holy Spirit wanted me to walk her through an actual court case right there.

Obediently, I asked her to picture herself standing in front of God in His courtroom, and to ask Him what the enemy is accusing her of in relation to her back. I told her that whatever she heard, whatever she remembered, to confess to it and to ask for forgiveness. I repeated this again. Then I told her to ask God that she be found not guilty, and for Him to make His judgment known to the enemy. Because of Jesus, we are always found not guilty, and the purpose of His judgment is to contain the enemy. She was fully open to this and seemed to be following along. After everything we all went through by this point, I’m sure she would have done just about anything. This was a brief engagement, and the patient did all of this in her head. Then after a few moments, I saw the look on her face change. The persistent anguish and torment that disabled her, visibly loosened its grip. Then it was finished!
“For the accuser of our brothers and sisters, who accuses them before our God day and night, has been hurled down,”
Revelation 12:10
After three, tearful long hours of going nowhere, within 5 minutes of standing in the mobile court of accusations, I was finally able to move her into the position I needed to adjust her spine on both sides. Within 15 minutes of her court case, Hallelujah! the patient’s pain was about a 1-2 out of 10! The air definitely felt lighter, which prompted smiles to form on all of our faces. It was as if the weight of the heavy fog lifted and the big, beautiful sun finally burst through to bless us. Then I heard in the spirit, “Ding, dong, the witch is dead.” I thought, how funny. The Holy Spirit can definitely be funny. Ultimately, I won’t lie, this was a very draining and exhaustive learning experience, but in hindsight was all well worth it. Praise Jesus, it worked!
“If we confess our sins, he is faithful and righteous to forgive us our sins, and to cleanse us from all unrighteousness.”
1 John 1:9
“Let the wicked forsake his way, and the unrighteous man his thoughts: and let him return unto the Lord, and he will have mercy upon him; and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon.”
Isaiah 55:7
In the spirit, this was a fierce battle riddled with an outcome of uncertainty, and not knowing exactly what I was dealing with was intimidating. Although it ended on a positive note, I still couldn’t get over the feeling that there was still something dark that needed to be dealt with. The entire experience weighed heavily on my heart for several days afterward. This caused me to wonder what God was preparing me for. After seeking His direction further, He told me that this was all part of my training, and urged me to seek further guidance from those experienced with defeating this type of enemy.
“For a day in Your courts is better than a thousand outside. I would rather stand at the threshold of the house of my God Than dwell in the tents of wickedness.”
Psalm 24:10
Then the Lord showed me something that made me laugh. He took me back to the point when the sister was causing a scene. He showed me, in the spirit, two angels lifting her up by the underarms, and jerking her up out of her seat, then promptly walking her right out the front door. I’m not sure what occurred outside after that, but seeing that Spirit-led intervention sure was funny!
“He will give His angels charge concerning you, To guard you in all your ways. They will bear you up in their hands, That you do not strike your foot against a stone.”
Psalm 91:11
(Authors Note: I want to mention that I haven’t always known I could see or hear in the spirit. It wasn’t until I learned how to recognize this gift that I realized what I was seeing or hearing at times was actually happening in the spirit. My senses were definitely heightened after I started seeking a closer relationship with Jesus, followed by reading, Seeing In The Spirit Made Simple, by Praying Medic, as well as participating in the Engaging God Program taught by Mike Parsons, and Spirit Academy courses taught by Reeni Mederos. I’ve also come to believe that God has given this ability to everyone. We all have the ability to hear God. We just need to learn how to recognize and cultivate this gift, and it all starts by asking God to remove the painful emotions attached to our soul. These painful emotions are what blocks our spirit from seeing and hearing Him.)
“I ask God to sheild my patient and her sister with His protective covering and with the knowledge of their authority through Christ Jesus. I ask that He release His blessings and fill them with His Light and Glory.” ~Stephanie Easley
When the Cause Is Witchcraft
My Abortion Goes Before the Court of Heaven
Mandates and the Court of Angels
The Court of Heaven – Jesus Testifies
The Court of Heaven – Wisdom Appears
The Courts of Heaven: Answering the Critics

For more information, check out my book Defeating Your Adversary in the Court of Heaven.

Oct 12, 2017

Keys to Divine Healing

For the supernatural Christian, there's nothing more frustrating than seeing one person after another healed and then praying for someone who isn't. You release power. You exercise authority. You kick out a demon but the symptoms remain. It's natural to wonder what happened. What am I missing? What am I overlooking? The keys to divine healing continue to elude you.

I'd like to offer an analogy that may shed light on the real nature of the problem:

When a patient arrives in the Emergency Department, whether they have a gunshot wound or a fever, a systematic evaluation is done to determine what their problem is and what should be done about it. A doctor does a physical exam and obtains a history from the patient. Vital signs are obtained and diagnostic tests are done. An X-ray or CT scan is obtained. An ultrasound may be done and bloodwork is ordered. The physician gathers as much information as possible then arrives at a diagnosis and puts together a treatment plan based on their findings.

This is the standard approach to emergency medicine. When used properly, it's an effective way to diagnose and treat someone you know nothing about. It's effective because it's systematic. The interview, assessment, and tests are standardized. There's little variability from one patient to the next. Which means a doctor is less likely to overlook something, accidentally.

Because this is how I was trained as a paramedic, I use a similar approach for healing.

Increasing our effectiveness in healing and deliverance is a matter of developing a standardized approach. We begin by creating a list of tools that we know are effective and then making sure we're employing all of them. The list of tools would include such things as identity, faith, power, authority, and emotional healing. Standardization doesn't remove the Holy Spirit from the equation. Quite the opposite. One of the tools is revelation from God about the specific problem we're facing.

A few years ago, I created a list of keys to divine healing. I wrote a blog post on the 8 that I had come up with at the time. The list soon expanded to 12 and then to 15 items. Today, it stands at 18.

I recorded a message where I discuss the keys to divine healing that I use today. If you know what they are and how to operate in them, your effectiveness in healing will dramatically increase.

The message is available as an MP3 download on my website. If you'd like to check it out, click on this link.