(video) Divine Intervention with USS Liberty Survivor Ron Kukal – Parts 1 & 2

(video) Divine Intervention with USS Liberty Survivor Ron Kukal

29 “They had everything they needed to put that ship to the bottom. The only thing they never figured on was divine intervention.”

30 “No hatred”

31:30 One Israeli pilot refused to attack and served jail time

47 “I’ve been booted out of one church because I told the story.”

See: usslibertymovie.com

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Divine Intervention with USS Liberty Survivor Ron Kukal

Related:

All of my ‘U.S.S. Liberty Attacked by Israel’ posts

 

(1 min video) Kung Fu: Return Injury with *Kindness*

Unlike most of these clips in which the young Caine is older, David Carradine’s brother, Keith takes David’s place.

Related: All of my “Kung Fu – No Hate ’70s Series” posts at my personal blog

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Master Po: Where is evil? In the rat, whose nature it is to steal grain. Or in the cat? Whose nature it is to kill the rat.

Young Caine: The rat steals. Yet for him the cat is evil.

Master Po: And to the cat, the rat.

Young Caine: Yet master, surely one of them is evil.

Master Po: The rat does not steal. The cat does not murder. Rain falls, the stream flows, a hill remains. Each acts according to its nature.

Young Caine: Then is there no evil for men? Each man tells himself that what he does is good. At least for himself.

Master Po: Grasshopper. A man may tell himself many things. But is a man’s universe made only of himself?

Young Caine: If a man hurts me, and I punish him – perhaps he will not hurt another.

Master Po: And if you do nothing?

Young Caine: He will believe he may do as he wishes.

Master Po: Perhaps. Or perhaps he will learn that some men receive injury, but return kindness.

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Kung Fu – Return Injury with Kindness – S01E11 Chains

(1 min video) Kung Fu: ‘To HATE is Like Drinking Salt Water – your thirst grows worse’ • “I have seen the silkworm. It spins a thread. Thinking itself to be safe, it has spun a tomb” • “Hate is the tomb you weave. It will not save you from your suffering”

KCC: I must leave soon.

Woman: What should I do?

KCC: What do you feel?

Woman: Hate. Fills the emptiness where my child grew.

KCC: To hate is like drinking salt water. Your thirst grows worse.

Woman: Don’t you understand what I feel?

KCC: I have seen the silkworm. It spins a thread. Thinking itself to be safe, it has spun a tomb. Hate is the tomb you weave. It will not save you from your suffering.

Woman: That’s what I feel. What can I do with it?

KCC: Perhaps there is room to bury your hate in that small grave where we have come from.

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Kung Fu – Hate – S01E04 An Eye For An Eye – David Carradine

Related:

All of my Kung Fu – No Hate ’70s Series posts at my personal blog

(video) The Lord’s Prayer: ‘Forgive us our sins’ – Christopher Frost

BEAUTIFUL & REFRESHING!!!

Filmed in Wales with a Canon 6D and 70D with Samyang 24mm f/1.4, Samyang 50mm f/1.4, and Canon 85mm f/1.8 lenses.

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The Lord’s Prayer: (5/6) ‘Forgive us our sins’

Society is creating a new crop of alpha women who are unable to love – Suzanne Venker

Interesting article, and very interesting subject; though, I can’t agree with it all. I’m going to get a little spiritual here.

The most important aspect regarding this subject may be marrying the right person. A prophet once told me: “if a man marries a strong-willed woman, the man must be stronger willed.” I see this as incredibly wise.

I really do like what Suzanne says here.

“In essence, being feminine means being nice. It means being soft instead of hard. And by “nice,” I don’t mean you should become a mouse. (That’s the narrative the culture sells, but that doesn’t make it true.) Men love women who are fun and feisty and who know their own mind!”

Women who lose their femininity and become hard is tragic. They cut their hair short, and watch out! To see women who are still feminine is so wonderful to see — who refuse to let hating-others demons affect them!

Even most pastors no longer talk about demons, but they’re a huge factor! Unforgiveness and hate is rampant. Because people have smart phones doesn’t mean people no longer have demons: Can a Christian Have a Demon? Absolutely! Most Have Many!

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ARTICLE

Joyce Riley: 2017 a YEAR of REFLECTION to MAKE AMENDS & Do What’s Best for Ourselves and Others — As I look back over my life now, [having] stage 4 cancer… I start reflecting: who I need to say ‘I’m sorry’ to? Who I need to do something for? … I wish that I had done this maybe before I had the diagnosis, maybe 15-30 years ago. We can all do that. I would like to see the year of 2017 be a year of reflection of all of us of our own lives. And if that means we need to go back and make some amends, or if we need to go back and do some things that will make our lives even better at this point and their lives better, then IT’S TIME

I transcribed this because I think it’s SO IMPORTANT!!!!!!!!!!

As I look back over my life now, and as people look back and think: if they get a diagnosis like stage 4 cancer…. I can only speak for myself….

I start reflecting on a lot of things in my life. Who I need to say ‘I’m sorry’ to? Who I need to do something for? And it is a time of really positive reflection. And I wish that I had done this maybe before I had the diagnosis, maybe 15-30 years ago. And we can all do that.

And I would like to see the year of 2017 be a year of reflection of all of us of our own lives.

And if that means that we need to go back and make some amends, or if we need to go back and do some things that will make our lives even better at this point and their lives better, then it’s time.

– Joyce Riley on The Power Hour 12/23/16, hour 2 @ 11:55

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From: The Power Hour Week of DECEMBER 19 – DECEMBER 23, 2016

FRIDAY – DECEMBER 23, 2016:

2nd Hour Open Line

[…]

Today’s Show is Audio Archived at:
December 23, 2016 (hour 1) – News LIVE with Daniel Brigman & Josh joined by Joyce – so good to hear her voice again!!!
December 23, 2016 (hour 2)Guest Ken Ludwig [Joyce discusses making amends @ minute-7!!! – ed.]
December 23, 2016 (hour 3) – Guest Rick Caylor

Related:

I got this word from God for a church founder in Anchorage, 25 years ago, while getting ready to discuss with the then, head pastor what I had recently been shown about why God couldn’t move in our church.

It says a lot about what needs to happen for real Christianity and full revival to occur. And this is also a salvation issue: “There is therefore now *no condemnation* to those who are IN CHRIST Jesus, who don’t WALK according to the flesh, but ACCORDING TO THE SPIRIT.” (Romans 8:1)

This is also the prophecy that inspired my ’93 4GIVNG and ’95 NOHATE license plate — as I was told: “STRONGHOLD of UNFORGIVENESS”:

Aug, 9,1990

“Our eyes are full of sawdust. We can’t see clearly to see the kingdom. There is MIGHT and there is POWER and there is GLORY, but it is being withheld until these relationships are made right, until we love our brother enough to feel his hurt deeply and say kind words of salve that heal their souls.

[___] can do this. This is vital. They are necessary. For he must do this for healing to occur. He is a man of integrity in many ways.

Fear must decrease. Love must increase. He will fight and he will win the battle over the stronghold of fear and unforgiveness, sayeth the Lord.”

My 1990 Key-to-Revival Prophecy: “There is might and there is power and there is glory, but it is being withheld until these relationships are made right, until we love our brother enough to…”

“PUT ANY WRONG DONE TO MAN RIGHT AGAIN”:
The Welsh Revival of 1904-05 by J. Edwin Orr: A Countrywide Asbury-like REVIVAL! The 4 Points: #1 Confess any known sin, and put any wrong done to man right again. #2 Put away any doubtful habit. #3 Obey the Spirit promptly. #4 Confess your faith publicly

RECONCILIATION IS THE KEY:
(video) Asbury Revival, 1970: RECONCILIATION the KEY! — “‘Dr. Kinlaw, I am a liar. Now what do I do?’ … Three days later, she came to me radiant, and she said, ‘I just hit my 34th person and I’m FREE!’”

 

 

 

Forgiveness is not for the spiritually weak… Your heart begins to heal, your back straightens up, your eyes clear so that you can see…

Forgiveness is not for the weak.  Being able to forgive those who have wronged you is a mark of spiritual strength and confidence.  When you forgive, you grow and your heart begins to heal, your back straightens up, your eyes clear so that you can see the road ahead.  Anger is a spiritual sickness; but when you forgive you live.

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