LORD JESUS WE PRAY: Help Us to See That You are the ONLY Answer (VIDEO)

I pray for the people in Ukraine who are suffering. Lord draw many of them to You and save them.

I pray for the people of Russia. Please open their eyes so they will see You and Understand that You are Lord.

I pray for all people across the world who have been damaged from the jabs. I pray for the families who lost loved ones to the gene therapy shots. Please draw these people to You and save those who don’t know You.

Lord I pray for fractured families because of brain washing. Bring loved ones back together. Open the eyes of those who are believing lies.

Lord I pray for brothers and sisters in Christ who cannot forgive one another. Help them to forgive others and remind them of what You forgave them when you died that agonizing death on the cross.

I pray for those who are alone and feel abandoned. Lord make Your presence known to them and assure them that You are there always.

I pray for boldness In sharing the Gospel of Christ. Time is short and people need to know TRUTH.

Lord Jesus, please give us courage for the things ahead of us. Lift our heads towards heaven and You so that we are strengthened.

Brothers and sisters, we must look to the Lord for Everything. His Grace is sufficient for us and in our weakness He is made strong.


Media Tries to Gin Up Another Crisis: This Time It’s SPIDERS as Large as a ‘Child’s Hand’ Parachuting From the Sky

Just when we are anticipating the end of Covid masks; we may need to replace them with full head gear!

Another present from Asia, the huge Jorō Spider is the size of a child’s hand. Millions will be parachuting in from the skies this spring across the south eastern seaboard. No…..really!

From pjmedia.com

This story is for all you arachnophobes out there who hope the idea of a spider invasion is too far-fetched to be true.

They’re coming. This spring, giant Joro spiders — as large “as a child’s hand” — will “parachute” up and down the East Coast. The spiders, native to Asia, hitched a ride in a shipping container and arrived in Georgia in 2014. Now, they’re ready to break out of Georgia and use their large webs to float on the wind for long distances.

The media is playing their usual role of ginning up hysteria. The Joros are going to get the full COVID treatment.

“Giant venomous spiders infiltrated the southeastern US and are expected to spread rapidly, experts say,” warns CNN.

“Large, Parachuting Spiders Could Soon Invade the East Coast, Study Finds,” claims The Smithsonian.

“Is the scary-looking jorō spider really coming to the Northeast U.S. and Philly?” wonders the Philadelphia Inquirer.

How scary is it, really?

The Joro is such wonderful clickbait, it’s amazing people are only becoming aware of it now. Must be a slow news day.

My motivation is entirely professional, I can assure you. But as far as ginning up hysteria, making the Joro spider into public enemy number one, I’m all for it. The well is running kind of dry on COVID stories so now we have to create another “public health crisis.” What’s more natural than doing that than with a venomous spider that’s as big as the width of your hand?

Fox News:

Davis said people should try to learn to live with the orb weavers.

Experts say that Joros are not a threat to humans or pets and won’t bite them unless they are feeling very threatened. Joros are venomous, according to NPR, but their fangs are usually too small to break human skin.

Their impact on native species and the environment is also unclear – though some researchers believe they are benign.

“Usually too small” to bite is not very reassuring when talking about a venomous spider. That’s because although the fangs are usually too small, sometimes they aren’t. Sometimes, those fangs — dripping with venom — are large enough to take a chunk out of your arm. So beware and be afraid.

I’m really trying here.

It will be hard turning a spider into public enemy number one. But the media has done it with far less to work with. I predict they’ll be able to do it again with little effort. Source

Well brethren, about a decade ago, Stink Bugs invaded the U.S. from Asia. At first I was horrified at these creatures, and they made their way into our screened porch. But they don’t bites and now I just look at them as part of the scenery. If you have a problem with Stink bugs, you definitely should look into getting on of these.

Try to learn to live with them, huh?? I have a feeling that if this comes to fruition, there will be a lot less backyard BBQ’s this year.

But fist size spiders parachuting in by the millions?? <I just shivered thinking about this>