Thursday, March 24, 2011

I Don’t Want…… 2-5-11

I must admit over the years of this blog I have portrayed certain desires, but with the help of a simple book sent to me by an anonymous source I think it’s come time to change my course. I thought I would take you through all the things I don’t want. Perhaps this will make it abundantly clear to those who still follow this blog what my intentions are.

I do not want to pay all the clients back their Dorean fees. Neither do I want to assist them in obtaining a victory over the banks/lenders who plundered them. I don’t want a good marriage. I don’t want Judge Alsup to repent of his wickedness. I don’t want him to come to the knowledge of Jesus Christ. I don’t want a relationship with my children who have forsaken me. I do not want to get out of prison. I do not want to see God’s prophetic word fulfilled in my life. That means I do not want to bless the people of God with money. I do not want to have a marriage counseling ministry; I do not want the wisdom and knowledge He promised to give. I don’t even want for good friends as I languish forgotten. No matter how I look at my circumstance I don’t want the ability to overcome them and reach victory. All I want is to be left alone. I don’t want joy, peace, or love. I want the feds to be my source. Let my healings come by their physicians because that is what I want. I don’t want God’s healing; In fact I don’t want anything from God. I am done wanting, my spirit is broken. No longer will I live in want. If you are disappointed by what you read and want me to want what you want then I must refuse you. I will not share in any of your wants.

To understand what I’m saying and have always said, go back and reread this blog exchanging the word ”want” or “wanting” with lack or lacking. This is how faith works. And it always works; it calls those things which are not yet as though they are. The Lord said I shall not want. The imperative command I will heed. My cup runnath over Psalms 23.

11 comments:

dr. ira gilac said...

in fact, thats ho it work...ppls usually get what they dont wants.

so if yo dont want money, then yo'll probly get it and all da other stuff too.


jus' kep wantin' nuttin' and yo will get all you want....and den sum.


lolololololol!!!!!!

dr. ira gilac said...

ppl ho want everythins get nuttin...ppls ho want nuttin, get everthins....make cents, no? yes?

dr. ira gilac said...

COULD THIS BE "THE EVENT" THAT WILL TURN OUT TO BE RELATED TO THE RV?

A "BLACK SWAN"

(A "BLACK SWAN" IS AN EVENT THAT OCCURS SO INFREQUENTLY AS TO BE ALMOST TOTALLY FORGOTTEN THAT THEY EVEN EXIST. IF YOU SIT AROUND A POND LONG ENUF, EVENTUALLY YOU WILL COME ACROSS A BLACK SWAN SWIMMING IN THE WATER.)

Gary Lammert is a Fractal Market analyst; ie., he analyzes markets using fractal analyis. FA is analyis of anything using complex mathematical formulae.

His date for the "Blace Swan" to appear is around Mar. 29-30.

IF this does indeed occur, it may turn out to be a good event for the RV, but it will be a correspondingly terrible event for the markets, ie., stock, real estate, etc.



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Lammert's Next Swan

Still, if we get a good run-up in the market today, I may re-enter shorts just to see what happens next week. Clif's 'hot period' is upon us from today over the weekend into early next week, and The Fractal Economist, Gary Lammert sees fractal trouble ahead then, too:



"George, 30 March 2011. Never forget the chief benefactors of the central banks' collective push on the string: the incipiently bailed out trading houses with their 144 billion in politician bought, legally tax sheltered bonuses, the system's bond holding super rich, and the speculators. Because the trading houses are very savvy regarding asset valuation saturation curves with their computerized programs always and instantaneously on the trading keys, during the historical asset valuation collapse, the trading houses will make out even beyond the true bandits they are. Up or down it doesn't matter; in fact; faster down, much much greater profit. There is no sheriff in town for these elite. They profit without labor from the monetary system they helped establish in 1913 and the trading system whose derivative valuations are publicized everyday, now linearly equated to America's well being..

The central banks' attempts to stem the tide of deflationary collapse are reaching a conclusion. The albino black swan event is predicted for 29-30 March 2011. The timing is exactly proportional to the fractal pattern of the 6 May 2010 collapse. Purchases of new US housing plummeted in February reflective of housing market saturation, paucity of new jobs and wages, relative over valuation of housing value relative to new job growth and intermediate term job demand, and overhanging debt of the recently graduated and citizens nearly everywhere collectively underwater. Portugal and Spain are beyond hope and beyond the final yard of push string the European central bank can imagine. This is the true deflationary nonlinear economic reality - not the historically and linearly overvalued, overpurchased, completely saturated equity and commodity asset valuation saturation curves at the synchronized second fractal break point.

dr. ira gilac said...

an now da end is cumming....da babyl say it...


"dose ho say they are joos, but are not, but do lye, but are of the sin a gag of satan..."


in other words, google KHAZAR JEWS

fake joos ho were turks ho took up jooism to control thins....look it up, yo will see greenscams pic there!


these will be kill accordion to da babyl...theys only 144K reel joos around. dose will survife the triblosion dats cumming in the meddle east.

dr. ira gilac said...

even if she a kazar joo, i still do andrina minchell in a hartbeet.

OMO said...

Kurt wrote: "This is how faith works. And it always works; it calls those things which are not yet as though they are. The Lord said I shall not want. The imperative command I will heed. My cup runnath over Psalms 23."
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The Lord's "I shall not want" is an affirmative attitude towards all things that exist; it accepts them as they come along regardless of their moral values.

OMO said...

Awaken to faith [of total acceptance] as was the life of Jesus


"In a preliminary movement our discursive thought conceives all the ideas needed in order that we may theoretically understand the existence in us of this faith which is asleep, and in the possiblity of its awakening, and that only this awakening can put an end to our illusory suffereings. During this preliminary movement the work effected can be described as 'doing' something. But this theoretical understanding, supposing it to have been obtained, changes nothing as yet in our painful condition: it must now be transformed into an understanding that is lived, experienced by the whole of our organism, an understanding both theoretical and practical, both abstract and concrete; only then will our faith be awakened." Hurbert Benoit

Joseph said...

The Lord's "I shall not want" is an affirmative attitude towards all things that exist; it accepts them as they come along regardless of their moral values.
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Oh poooo!!!!!!!!

If you accept all things regardless of moral value, you accept and embrace sin, the Devil, evil and embrace all these things too. This is an atheist mentality that in essence denies the existence of God and the existence of the Devil for all things are good and there is no morality. That is just nonsense and is a pernicious doctrine.

The discerning mind must reject those things that are bad for you.

"And there shall also be many which shall say: Eat, drink, and be bmerry; nevertheless, fear God—he will justify in committing a little sin; yea, lie a little, take the advantage of one because of his words, dig a pit for thy neighbor; there is no harm in this; and do all these things, for tomorrow we die; and if it so be that we are guilty, God will beat us with a few stripes, and at last we shall be saved in the kingdom of God.

Yea, and there shall be many which shall teach after this manner, false and vain and foolish doctrines, and shall be puffed up in their hearts, and shall seek deep to hide their counsels from the Lord; and their works shall be in the dark.

And behold, others he flattereth away, and telleth them there is no hell; and he saith unto them: I am no devil, for there is none—and thus he whispereth in their ears, until he grasps them with his awful chains, from whence there is no deliverance."

Joseph said...

Awaken to faith [of total acceptance] as was the life of Jesus
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Oh poooo!!!!
Did Jesus accept all things?
Far from it.

Did he accept the actions of the moneychangers in the temple taking advantage of the people?

No, he got a whip & threw them out physically, and called them a "den of thieves and vipers."

Did he accept the Biblical doctrines of his day taught by the Jewish Church leaders?

No, he taught a new doctrine, and chastised the Pharisees and scribes of their "worldly doctrines of men" and called them all liars and hypocrites.

Did Jesus accept the social morays of his day?

No, he talked to single women in public alone, dined and associated with publicans, prostitutes, and sinners, healed on the Sabbath day, and according to the Jewish leaders committed blasphemy by calling himself God. Jesus was a real radical for his day.

Was Jesus accepting of the Devil when the Devil came to tempt him on the mountain when the Devil was asking Jesus to accept & worship him and the Devil would give him all the things he showed to Jesus?

No, he said: "Get thee behind me Satan", meaning leave me, I do not accept your terms, for the scriptures say, you should not tempt God & you should only worship him.

Was Jesus accepting of King Herod?

No, he called him a "fox"

Was Jesus accepting of the death of Lazareth?

No he decided to change fate and bring him back to life.

Was Jesus accepting of the man that was born blind from birth or the sick and diseased he came across?

No he took mercy on many of them & healed them instead.

Jesus was not very accepting of many things, was extremely unconventional for his day, and that mentality and morality and lifestyle, led to his dislike, his eventual rejection by the Jews, and in the end his crucifixion and death.

OMO said...

Oh poooo!!!!
Did Jesus accept all things?
Far from it.
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No, not far from it. Obviously you are clueless as to what "acceptance" means. The acceptance I am talking about has more to do with self acceptance (self mastery) than simply lying back and accepting whatever life dishes out by others. Jesus was, first and foremost, Master of himself. Without that, he would have had no faith to do what he did.

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