Warning Against the Great Reset

Stephen Nielsen

If you haven’t heard of the great reset, it is what all the globalists are now talking about. It is all about global currency and global government, and is connected to the world economic forum. It is what Biden and Harris are pushing. They say that covid-19 has now provided this opportunity. Thus, it is a chance to reset everything. Reset what? Well, surprisingly, it is to reset to socialism and communism.

If that surprises you, listen to what Kamala Harris has said. She wants everyone to end up at the same place. Listen. She didn’t say that she wants everyone to get the same opportunity; she wants everyone to end up having the same amount of money. That’s communism! That’s total government control!

Let me back up. I’ve been listening to Curtis Bower. He seems to know what he is talking about. Here are some sketchy notes that will…

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Walking Beside the River

Stephen Nielsen

I always choose the most treacherous path, because to me its the most adventurous.

There is a wider trail just a few yards over to the right where most people walk. But for most of the way I choose “the narrow way.”

You have to be always alert to choose this path, and sure footed. It’s a dangerous road–like the world we live in. We musty be always on the alert for danger!!

The river is the great Mississippi. It is November the 28th, two days after Thanksgiving. Today it is 50 degrees, very warm for Minnesota. This will be maybe my last warm outing of 2020.

I come to the end of my walk. I will walk across that bridge over the river and looking down on the dam.

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Muskrat Haven

Stephen Nielsen

There’s a small lake near my apartment that now seems to be invaded by these giant rats called muskrats.

Just a few years ago you had to really hunt for them. But now they are all over the place.

I’m sure they love the lake. It’s their haven.

There are many mallard ducks there too.

This time of the year, in the fall, they seem to like to show themselves. You see them swimming, and you also see them sitting on the newly frozen ice. They are always chewing on something they find in the murky water.

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Thanksgiving: Not Just A “Turkey Day”

Stephen Nielsen

I have noticed how many have been calling this day a “turkey day.”  I wish we could get away from that. Thanksgiving is to be a day to give thanksgiving to God. Though we are thankful to many people, ultimately, it all comes from God. In George Washington’s Thanksgiving Proclamation, notice how he gives thanksgiving to Almighty God, and also to the great and glorious Being, and to the Lord and Ruler of Nations.

Thanksgiving Proclamation, 3 October 1789

By the President of the United States of America. a Proclamation.

Whereas it is the duty of all Nations to acknowledge the providence of Almighty God, to obey his will, to be grateful for his benefits, and humbly to implore his protection and favor—and whereas both Houses of Congress have by their joint Committee requested me “to recommend to the People of the United States a day of public thanksgiving…

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God Will Rescue the Godly and Punish the Wicked – 2 Peter 2:1-9

Stephen Nielsen

This passage (2 Peter 2:1-9, at the end) has brought me great comfort in these evil times, knowing that God will rescue and comfort me, but that He will not allow the wicked to go unpunished!

For the last few years, since I have been more tuned in to political things, and paying more attention to what is happening in the world, and particularly in America, I have been grieved and distressed by all the evil going on. It seems like the entire democrat party was, and is, out to get the President with a variety of unjust practices, including an unjust impeachment. Such hatred and lawlessness and lying—particularly by Adam Shift, Nancy Pelosi, Chuck Schumer and Jerry Nadler. And such underhandedness and corruption and evil scheming by the former president Barack Obama, and also by the Clintons. Then we have seen the continual attacks by Antifa and BLM and…

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Evening Walk

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Backyard Squirrels

Stephen Nielsen

I took these pictures from inside my apartment, looking out my back window. I get a nice view at this dead tree stump where birds and squirrels like to hang out.

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Voter Fraud by Dominion Software

Stephen Nielsen

You may have heard about this software, as I recently had. I heard just sketchy info about how votes were flipped from one candidate to another. Just today Sidney Powell, a White House attorney, laid it out for us at a briefing. I will present it in five points.

1. Created in Venezuela. About the time that Hugo Chavez came to power in Venezuela, he had this Dominion software made for him to ensure that he would never loose an election. Apparently, he didn’t think he would ever win an election without cheating.

I’m not sure who actually made the software, but we know that it has also been used in Cuba and China—Communist countries that will always cheat to win control of their people. And I’m not sure how exactly it was brought to this country, but I heard the names to George Soros and also the Clintons. But…

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The Sins We Commit in Prayer – Matthew 6:5-8

Stephen Nielsen

In Matthew 6:1-4 Jesus taught us how not to practice our righteousness, mainly in terms of our giving to the poor. Then in verses 5-8, He tells us how not to practice our prayers. He said,

“When you pray, you are not to be like the hypocrites; for they love to stand and pray in the synagogues and on the street corners so that they may be seen by men. Truly I say to you, they have their reward in full.  6 “But you, when you pray, go into your inner room, close your door and pray to your Father who is in secret, and your Father who sees what is done in secret will reward you.

7 “And when you are praying, do not use meaningless repetition as the Gentiles do, for they suppose that they will be heard for their many words.  8 “So do not be like…

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Autumn Sunset

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