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Yet Another Doctor Shares Serious Concerns RE: Masks, Opposition to Known Therapies for COVID-19, and Vaccines. Question Mainstream Media Information and Heavy Censorship of Other Doctors and Scientists. NOTE: One Minute Read, 49 Minute Interview. Most Shocking and Most Helpful Info Starts at 41 Minute Mark.

Dr. Lee Merritt, an Orthopedic Surgeon in Onawa, Iowa, is interviewed by Jeff Dornik and delivers an amazingly comprehensive overview of the motives behind the Covid-pandemic theater. First, she shows that there is no real pandemic and that the public-health … Continue reading

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How Shall We Now Live, 1: Lift Him Up and They Will Come (poem)

How Shall We Now Live, 2 Choose This Day (5 verses and a chorus) How Shall We Now Live, 3: Knowing Our Season How Shall We Now Live, 4: Carpe Logos (Redux+) How Shall We Now Live, 5: Prophets, Prophets, … Continue reading

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“When someone shows you who they are, believe them the first time.” (Maya Angelou). They’ve been showing us. (Guest Features on the Pandemic and the Injection by David O’Hagan)

“What is the hardest thing of all? That which seems the easiest. For your eyes to see, that which lies before your eyes.” Goethe) For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not … Continue reading

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Forsaking Not the Assembling (poem)

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila  And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works: Not forsaking the assembling of ourselves together…   Forsaking Not the Assembling God needs naught else  to craft, create, to draw from depths … Continue reading

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Is the Inoculation, Even As It Exists Today, the Damning “Mark of the Beast”? Two Points of View

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila Note: If you see a series of three dots (ellipses) click on them for full context. I have not placed them there and do not see them on my screen though some readers may see them on … Continue reading

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“Chichester and area” Tour (guest post: Colin Markham)

Take a breather and tour Chichester, England. Chichester and area   Chichester (pop. 23,731) is the County Town and administrative centre of West Sussex. It is in my estimation the perfect English cathedral town, or more properly ‘city’. All cathedral … Continue reading

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“After the Resurrection” (poem)

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila The path of the righteous is like the morning sun, shining ever brighter till the full light of day. (Proverbs 4:18) It wasn’t nails that kept Jesus on the cross; it was love. After the Resurrection Though … Continue reading

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Shroud of Turin: Jesus’ Burial Cloth? On Free Will (redux)

      First posted on December 29, 2020 by Phyllis Beveridge Nissila SHROUD OF TURIN   Man of the Cloth Infused On finest thread— Deity or deceiver? From time to time Some forensic pilgrim

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On Mercy for Grief over Spiritual–and Secular–Apostasy

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To The Cross (poem)

Phyllis Beveridge Nissila To The Cross Some come early, some come mid; some come in the nick of life– finally knowing Him nearby– as the Good Thief did.

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