We think we have all the time in the world until we run out! Yesterday was one of those days. I now have to talk about what happened yesterday today because I couldn’t do it on the very same day since I ran out of time. The day started out as a patience exercise from someone skipping the line to a person who made a big deal of enforcing social distancing. Yes, even at this time, some people in this state are scared of dying. The woman was not wearing a mask at the store and only those who are vaccinated can enter the store without a mask. Even in her vaccinated state, her adherence to social distancing tells me of her non-confidence in the gene therapy.
We haven’t been to the wildlife refuge recently so we went there. I tried to get a picture of the crochet doll standing, but it was soooo windy. I’m glad I got at least one okay shot out of all my attempts. The red crochet doll is an old one, but she did not get her time on camera like the other ones so I thought the wildlife refuge was the perfect place to take a picture.
Speaking of heaven’s war, this is the battle that is constantly being waged on a daily basis on all of earth’s inhabitants regardless if people acknowledge it or not. We also watched a movie last night with the same title (Heaven’s War) shortly after we got home. We had the movie last year, but my husband wanted to watch it again. This Christian movie was made in 2018 and interestingly, the plot had something to do with the evils behind a cancer vaccine that was going to be signed into a bill. If you haven’t seen this, it’s worth watching. This was made before C0VID was unleashed. Also, it is curious why most of the post-apocalyptic movies and series Hollywood peddles only show people turning into the undead without a clear explanation of how people got there like 28 Days Later or The Walking Dead. If you happen to know, feel free to comment.
One movie in the same genre where people turned into hive-mind monsters that explains how people became that way is I am Legend. They took a vaccine that promised to eliminate cancer and it turned them into something else. When people think they have figured everything out, that is usually when something goes awry. As people try to achieve a godlike status and make a name for themselves, that is when God humbles them (Genesis 11:1-8).
“Pride goes before destruction, and a haughty spirit before a fall.”
We also stopped by the park yesterday before sunset which gave me the idea of where I was to take a picture of the crochet doll that I finished working on less than 24 hours ago.
“For He says: “In the acceptable time I listened to you, and in the day of salvation I helped you.” Behold, now is the time of favor; behold, now is the day of salvation.”
2 Corinthians 6:2
If you have been delaying at responding to the gentle nudge (John 6:43-45, John 6:37) on committing your life to Jesus Christ, now is the time. We think we always have time, but without our knowledge, our time can be up at any moment.