Why Bible Prophecy is Hidden from Most Christians – from Luke 18:31-34

Stephen Nielsen

Here are four different colored horsed depicting four different things that will occur in the future, from Revelation 6:1-8

And He took the twelve aside and said to them, “Behold, we are going up to Jerusalem, and all things which are written through the prophets about the Son of Man will be accomplished. 32 “For He will be delivered to the Gentiles, and will be mocked and mistreated and spit upon, 33 and after they have scourged Him, they will kill Him; and the third day He will rise again. ”  34 And they understood none of these things, and this saying was hidden from them, and they did not comprehend the things that were said (Luke 18:31-34).

In the above text Jesus foretells to His disciples His death and resurrection. And, in verse 34, we see that what He was telling them kind of went into one ear and…

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Winter Light — 12 Photos

Stephen Nielsen

There is nothing better than winter light. That wonderful contrast of the cold winter breeze and snow with the heavenly light is so glorious.

The best light-filled winter pictures I have are these next six from February of 2014. I remember that it was very cold, but beautiful.

These last five are from March of 2019 after a heavy snow.

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Capitol Hill Violence and More

Stephen Nielsen

A lot has been said in the media about Trump and his followers, especially regarding the last few days. Unfortunately, most or all that has been said is false. So, I want to give my thoughts to try to correct some thinking. I know I am not an expert on everything, but I think I know when falsehoods have been made. I will give my thoughts on four things:

Who is lying about voter fraud?

When Trump said that his election was stolen, was he lying? The media said he was lying. When Trump said that there were multiple cases of voter fraud, was he lying? The media said he was lying. And many others said he was lying. Even Bill Barr said there was no evidence of wide spread voter fraud. And McConnell also seems to be saying it.

Who is lying? Was there voter fraud or not? And…

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Antifa Infiltrated Trump Rally

There is a huge need now to pray against the lies and for the truth of what is happening now in America.

Stephen Nielsen

I was just informed through Bill Koenig’s Eye View at watch.org, as he cited the Gateway Pundit, that “at least on bus load of Antifa goons infiltrated the Trump rally…” That makes a lot of sense to me. I would guess that most of those people who were scaling the White House walls and breaking windows and entering the white house were paid Antifa goons—paid big money by billionaires like George Soros. They were hired to discredit Donald trump and his Presidency, and also in an effort to put a black mark on him in order to dissuade people from supporting him in the future.

BREAKING REPORT: Former FBI Agent on the Ground at US Capitol Says at Least One Bus Load of Antifa Thugs Infiltrated Trump Demonstration

According to a former FBI agent on the ground at the US Capitol, at least one bus load of Antifa…

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The Great Reset Is Coming Fast

Stephen Nielsen

There is so much talk lately about the Great Reset. It has been in the works for many years; but now, with so much lawlessness, the riots, Covid-19, and voter fraud, it seems to be coming fast. In this blog post I will present my information from two sources: first, from an article by Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum; secondly, by a Jan Markell interview with two Bible prophecy experts, pastor Billy Crone and pastor Brandon Holthaus.

I. From an article by Klaus Schwab: Now is the time for a ‘great reset’

Klaus Schwab is the founder and executive chairman of the World Economic Forum, which I would say is one of the main promoters and architect of the great reset. Here, in six points, is his promotion of this great reset:

1. Klaus Schwab wants to “reset the world.”

2. Schwab says…

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How to Pray Using The Lord’s Prayer

Stephen Nielsen

I have been reviewing the sermons of D. Martyn Lloyd-Jones on Jesus’ Sermon on the Mount. I am now covering his chapters on the Lord’s Prayer, from Matthew 6:9-13. So far, from my previous blog post, I wrote shortly on the first line, “Our Father in heaven.” That is the invocation, or we could say, that which takes us into prayer. Those words remind us that He is our Father and a mighty Father-God who is in heaven.

Now we come to the rest of the prayer, which is really an outline that Jesus has given us in order to pray better. And it consists of six petitions as follows:

1. Hallowed be Thy name.

2. Your kingdom come.

3. Your will be done, on earth as it is in heaven.

4. Give us this day our daily bread.

5. And forgive us our debts, as we also have…

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Americans: Do Not Concede to a Fraudulent Election

Stephen Nielsen

I was energized this morning when I read a few tweets by faithful Americans.

Mahiavelli

We the people refuse to concede to a fraudulent election.

Evan Kilgore

There is a difference between not having the evidence and not hearing the evidence.

Yes, I agree. I am tired of hearing that there is not any real evidence of voter fraud. There are mounds and mound of evidence of voter fraud. The problem is, the judges will not take the time hear all the evidence. They are unconcerned. They don’t have the time. Or they don’t think that it will be enough evidence to make a difference. Well, good grief. Judges, just do your job. If there was any fraud committed, it should be dealt with, and prosecuted.

Sidney Powell

This “election” was stolen from the voters in a massive fraud… American elections are supposed to be completely auditable and transparent. We…

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How to Begin Your Prayers

Stephen Nielsen

Generally, before we (Christians) go to prayer, it is always good to realize what a privilege we have to be in God’s presence and to be able to talk with Him face to face and soul to soul. Prayer is truly a high activity of the soul—the highest activity of the soul.

When you begin to pray, don’t think that it is okay to just ramble on with your requests or to just say whatever is on you mind. We all tend to do that—me too. But there is a correct way to pray. When the disciples asked Jesus to teach them how to pray, He gave them a skeleton prayer to follow (found in Matthew 6:9-13). We call it “The Lord’s Prayer.” We are not to just recite this prayer, as some do; but we are to use it as a guide, or as an outline. If we do…

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Clove Uses for Good Health

Stephen Nielsen

When I began to think about what I could blog on today, one idea was to write on my uses of clove extract. Well, I thought about it for a while, but then dismissed the thought, thinking it was maybe too trivial. But then, as soon as I put my mask on to go into the gas station to buy a newspaper and a doughnut, as I usually do, my clove idea was suddenly revived. I had earlier dabbed a small tag on my face with a Q-tip soaked with clove extract, and surprisingly, that clove aroma had somehow filled the inside of my mask—and I was feeling good! It was a delightful experience inhaling that aroma. Suddenly, wearing a mask wasn’t half bad.

I don’t know if clove extract will do anything for skin tags, but I can definitely recommend some uses. Here goes:

1. Getting rid of oral…

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Favorite December Scenes

Stephen Nielsen

A sunset over this small lake, December, 2013

A lovely December afternoon, 2016

Watching a full moon rise, December, 2017

Blue sky in December, 2018

Blue sky and snow, December, 2019

On my way home, December, 2010

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