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Because that, when they knew God, they glorified him not as God, neither were thankful; but became vain in their imaginations, and their foolish heart was darkened.
Professing themselves to be wise, they became fools,
And changed the glory of the uncorruptible God into an image made like to corruptible man, and to birds, and fourfooted beasts, and creeping things.
Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Romans 1:21-24




Switzerland’s new Gotthard tunnel, the longest and deepest in the world, was dedicated with male and female workers wearing orange jumpsuits and marching robotically like soldiers obeying their commands. It also featured a goat-man who dies and is resurrected, women simulating sex with each other and drone-like human workers marching to a rhythmic drum beat. The show was designed to represent the people who would ride the trains through the tunnel.

Gotthard tunnel took 17 years to complete its 35 miles through the alps, and 11 billion Euros, and is the longest and most expensive tunnel on record.

In the opening ceremonies, the goat-man who bears a striking resemblance to Baphomet (an occult symbol representing Satan), dies, is resurrected is worshipped and crowned as ‘the king of the world.” The ceremony was presented in front of dignitaries including German Chancellor Angela Merkel, French President François Hollande and Italian Prime Minister Mattel Renzi.

Emerging from a train is what appears to be a fallen angel. Five orange-clad workers bow before it. The official interpretation is that these represent the five workers who died during the construction of the tunnel.

The ceremony is reminiscent of secret society rituals said one blogger. There is “something very New World Order” to this militaristic portrayal of the working force, the blogger adds. “As the drums get more rhythmic, the workers get more excited, dancing around and jumping through loops.” A Circle of all-seeing eyes watches as people bow down and worship the goat-man. Women dressed in white hold horns to their heads as if they mimic the goat man and accept his rulership.

The demonic ceremony openly mocks the Bible and the ultimate authority of Jesus Christ. The abominable performance portrays the idea that the world has turned its back on God and has chosen another master.

Much of that on display in the tunnel-dedication ceremony mirrors what many believe occurred in the last several Super Bowl halftime shows, as well as the opening and closing ceremonies of the 2012 London Olympics,

“Woe to the inhabiters of the earth and of the sea! for the devil is come down unto you, having great wrath, because he knoweth that he hath but a short time.” Revelation 12:12

“Spiritualism asserts that men are unfallen demigods; that “each mind will judge itself;” that “true knowledge places men above all law;” that “all sins committed are innocent;” for “whatever is, is right,” and “God doth not condemn.” The basest of human beings it represents as in heaven, and highly exalted there. Thus it declares to all men, “It matters not what you do; live as you please, heaven is your home.” Multitudes are thus led to believe that desire is the highest law, that license is liberty, and that man is accountable only to himself.” Education, page 227, 228

“Wherefore God also gave them up to uncleanness through the lusts of their own hearts, to dishonour their own bodies between themselves: Who changed the truth of God into a lie, and worshipped and served the creature more than the Creator, who is blessed for ever. Amen.” Romans 1:24, 25

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April 7

It isn’t easy being anxious. You can’t sleep, you can’t concentrate, you’re tired and cranky. The good news: Curbing your anxiety may be easier than you think — perhaps as easy as saying “thank you.”

Anxiety tends to turn people inward, make them more introspective and therefore less socially engaged. Previously, scientists have shown that people who are more self-focused do in fact experience greater levels of anxiety.

Two psychologists at the University of British Columbia recently decided to test whether acts of kindness, already shown by researchers to increase a person’s happiness, might also help alleviate social anxiety.

In a study published in the journal Motivation and Emotion, Jennifer Trew and Lynn Alden described their study of 115 socially anxious college students. The two researchers divided their subjects into three groups. The first group was asked to engage in three acts of kindness a day, two days a week, over a period of four weeks. Examples of acts of kindness by the participants included washing a roommate’s dishes, mowing a neighbor’s lawn and donating to charity.

The second group was asked to insert themselves into, or expose themselves to, social situations, also over a four-week span. These situations included asking a stranger for the time, talking with a neighbor, and asking another person to lunch. Subjects were also instructed to do deep-breathing exercises beforehand to make their tasks easier to perform.

The third group, the control, was asked merely to keep a diary of personal events.

The results: The first group, who engaged in acts of kindness, “experienced a greater overall reduction in avoidance goals.” That is, they experienced fewer instances of avoiding social situations because of their fear of rejection or conflict.

Trew and Alden concluded that “acts of kindness may help to strengthen social relationships, increase social engagement, and broaden social networks.”

“We found that any kind act appeared to have the same benefit, even small gestures like opening a door for someone or saying ‘thanks’ to the bus driver,” Alden said in a statement.

Being outwardly directed and engaging in acts of kindness have also been linked to optimism. In another recent study, scientists linked gray matter volume in the left orbitofrontal cortex, the area right behind your left eye, to increased optimism and decreased anxiety. The more gray matter, the more optimistic the person. The more optimistic, the less anxious.



The scientists have just found out the truth of these inspired statements. The medicine for the troubled mind!!!
“The consciousness of right-doing is one of the best medicines for diseased bodies and minds. When the mind is free and happy from a sense of duty well done and the satisfaction of giving happiness to others, the cheering, uplifting influence brings new life to the whole being.”–Ministry of Healing, p. 257


 PHOTO:The Facebook app is displayed on a smartphone, Feb.08, 2016, in Berlin.

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