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Decay of society God's sovereignty pandemic Politics

Fraud in the 2020 US presidential election

I hope you all had a very happy Christmas with family and friends. I also hope you know that Christmas is not about gifts from Santa (anagram of Satan) but about the birth of the Jesus Christ wherein God became fully human. God sent His Son, in the form of a baby boy, to inhabit human flesh that He might save those who put their trust in Him.

In the following video, Rudy — not the red nosed reindeer — but Rudy Giuliani (President Trump’s personal lawyer) gives an easy-to-follow common-sense summary of how we may know that massive fraud was committed in the US presidential election.

If they get away with this it does not look good for the hard-won freedoms in western democracies. Soon they’ll be gone as the crony capitalists fully take authoritarian control of our countries. If the USA falls so follows the rest of the world.

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Belief in God Biblical doctrines

Predestination: Did God choose to save some?

by John Calvin (abridged)1,2

Eternal Election, Or God’s Predestination of Some to Salvation, and of Others to Destruction

1. The Gospel not being equally preached to all, and among those to whom it is preached not always finding the same reception, this leads us to inquire into the doctrine of God’s eternal election. In the opinion of many, this is a perplexing subject; for they consider nothing more unreasonable, than that of the common mass of mankind, some should be predestinated to salvation and others to destruction. On our part, we shall never understand fully our salvation as flowing from the fountain of God’s free mercy, until we know His eternal election. The knowledge of God’s eternal election is productive of the most delightful benefit; but ignorance of this principle detracts from the Divine glory, and diminishes real humility. According to Paul, what is so necessary to be known, can never be known, unless God, without regard to works, chooses those whom He has decreed. “At this present time also there is a remnant according to the election of grace. And if by grace, then is it no more of works: otherwise grace is no more grace. But if it be of works, then is it no more grace: otherwise work is no more work” (Romans 11:5, 6).