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02/24/2024 - A few weeks ago, I wrote that Biden has cancer. This has finally been confirmed. Biden had cancer... Read More
02/24/2024 - We updated Secrets of Time and gave it a new cover as well. As with all of our books, you can read... Read More
02/24/2024 - The Zionist mess in the world today all began with Jacob’s mistaken idea that he had to help... Read More
While most of the world went on lockdown to try to defend against the covid "pandemic," Sweden decided not to do so. It appears that its decision was the right one.
August 10, 2020 (LifeSiteNews) – As heated debate continues over the emergency measures taken around the world to limit the spread of COVID-19, new data suggest Sweden’s oft-derided approach of not locking down may have paid off in the long run.
The country of 10 million people has seen a total of 82,972 infections and 5,766 deaths. Unlike many nations, it never shut down its schools or economy and did not restrict individual freedoms to nearly the degree seen in the United States and much of Europe.
Sweden’s leaders faced a steady drumbeat of international condemnation as deaths curved upward from April through June, though the curve flattened in July. Daily deaths fell to the low thirties in mid June, and have been in single digits since July 20.
Dr. Stephen Jones has been writing blog posts since 2005 on a variety of topics from Bible Studies to World News, and he has been writing books since 1992. Dr. Jones' most important writings came after God brought him back into the full-time ministry in 1991. It is here that all his earlier years of searching the Scriptures began to come into clear focus. He combines a knowledge of the Old and New Testaments with a personal revelation of God that began and developed during the "wilderness" period of his life, which he often refers to as God's True Bible College... Read More
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