Mind control triple bill

My YouTube channel is getting more popular these days and I feel there’s value in repeating in video form some of the topics I’ve already covered in the blog over the past year. So, for those who hate reading essays, here’s some straight talk about some of the mind control issues that I’ve previously written about.

1. Religion:

2. Subliminal advertising – Part 1:

3. Subliminal advertising – Part 2:

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4 thoughts on “Mind control triple bill

  1. A.P. Fuchs says:

    Thanks be to God He doesn’t require religion of His followers.

    Also note that He doesn’t condemn you to Hell for not believing. A person condemns themselves. They broke the Law. They sentenced themselves.

    I’m glad a part of you still wonders if you are wrong or not. That means it’s not over yet. 🙂

    Parting words: “You will seek me and find me when you seek me with all your heart.” Jeremiah 29:13 (emphasis mine)

    That last bit is what changed things for me: when I did it without reservation or “what if” or “If God doesn’t show, guess He’s not there” and other similar “traps”; He won’t be played a fool.

    Christians quote Scripture because we know our words hold no power, because “I am not ashamed of the gospel, because it is the power of God for the salvation of everyone who believes: first for the Jew, then for the Gentile.” (Romans 1:16)

    The message has changed millions of lives, turned haters into lovers, killers into tender-hearted men, restored families and have brought hope and positive change to countless lives. Most importantly, hearts have been changed, something no other religion can do and something we of ourselves can’t do either. Behaviors, thoughts and attitudes can change, but not the heart-of-hearts-of-hearts-of-hearts.

    Peace.

  2. Raf says:

    I am not sure what has happened to the World but it is something very very wrong.

  3. Darryl Sloan says:

    Hi, A.P.

    It’s interesting that you’re able to agree with me to a point about religion because you see Christianity as not a religion. I honestly can’t understand that. I would understand if you wanted to assert that Christianity is the One True Religion. In any case, it is indeed a religion. It’s a belief system with a set of unchanging dogma that must be adhered to, same as any other religion. Muslims have their Qur’an; Christians have their New Testament. And Christianity has its customs and rituals, just as any religion. How is this not a religion?

    I know you’ll say Christianity a relationship with God. Yes, but that is only as aspect of Christianity. To say it’s not a religion is to deny church, laws, doctrines, praying, etc. All of the things that are part of Christianity and which define it as a religion.

  4. A.P. Fuchs says:

    I know you’ll say Christianity a relationship with God. Yes, but that is only as aspect of Christianity. To say it’s not a religion is to deny church, laws, doctrines, praying, etc. All of the things that are part of Christianity and which define it as a religion.

    Based on the above definition, that would mean my relationship with, say, my wife is also a religion.

    To clarify:

    – I try to get along with her
    – I love her
    – I try not to hurt herfeelings
    – I obey her out of love
    – I don’t always understand her, but I trust her anyway
    – I obey the rules of a marriage relationship

    Christianity is most definitely a relationship. In regards to the dos and do nots, I have yet to find a single one that isn’t beneficial. Why wouldn’t I want to obey and not do my own thing if my own way is detrimental to me?

    To not pray, would mean to not talk to God. Hey, I can stop, but then the relationship becomes one-way, which then cancels the relationship no differently than if you and I stopped talking. Drifting happens, right?

    On a prophetic note, this article came out today. Personally, I was not surprised at all to read it because the Bible said it was coming after Israel became a nation again:

    http://www.telegraph.co.uk/finance/currency/6152204/UN-wants-new-global-currency-to-replace-dollar.html

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