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Updated: Oct 14, 2021

Merry Christmas,


On my Public Profile, I want to put up the reason and motive I have for not doing drugs anymore. I might be further along than you in obedience to Jesus by not partying, but not as far along as other Christians. Nor am I where I want to be in obedience to God. My next short term goals are to find a church and start a Bible study. God is telling me over and over to get in Church and start preaching and teaching! God is bringing me up from the grave FAST! Because that's how fast Jesus is coming back to get us in the Rapture! The reason that I will not do drugs anymore is because we have to be sober to serve Jesus Christ, and I'm not talking about Church Membership Policies. I done wasted my youth in alcohol and drugs and I got minor health problems from it. I got GERD and that's because I drank too much as a youth. Malt liquor dissolved my esophagus. I hate Colt 45 and 8 Ball now. I get sick when I drink alcohol. So it might sound socially acceptable to you for me to do some social drinking and make friends. But I get sick when I drink now. So, No! North Dakota, you need some other ways to meet people instead of by getting drunk. I'm making Christian friends. Not drinkers. I got minor breathing problems too, not from the COVID, but from smoking drugs in the past. I'm getting my health back by listening to God and my doctor. No more partying or I'm gonna drop dead! I'm 51 now so I guess it goes with age. I'll be 52 this Sunday on the 27th. Health, Church Membership and my motive for not doing drugs: God wants us sober to work for Him in Church.


1 Thessalonians 5:1-11 Living Bible


5 When is all this going to happen? I really don’t need to say anything about that, dear brothers, 2 for you know perfectly well that no one knows. That day of the Lord will come unexpectedly, like a thief in the night. 3 When people are saying, “All is well; everything is quiet and peaceful”—then, all of a sudden, disaster will fall upon them as suddenly as a woman’s birth pains begin when her child is born. And these people will not be able to get away anywhere—there will be no place to hide. 4 But, dear brothers, you are not in the dark about these things, and you won’t be surprised as by a thief when that day of the Lord comes. 5 For you are all children of the light and of the day, and do not belong to darkness and night. 6 So be on your guard, not asleep like the others. Watch for his return and stay sober. 7 Night is the time for sleep and the time when people get drunk. 8 But let us who live in the light keep sober, protected by the armor of faith and love, and wearing as our helmet the happy hope of salvation. 9 For God has not chosen to pour out his anger upon us but to save us through our Lord Jesus Christ; 10 he died for us so that we can live with him forever, whether we are dead or alive at the time of his return. 11 So encourage each other to build each other up, just as you are already doing.


Notice verses 6 and 8 from the passage above...


6 So be on your guard, not asleep like the others. Watch for his return and stay sober... 8 But let us who live in the light keep sober, protected by the armor of faith and love, and wearing as our helmet the happy hope of salvation.


This passage above about staying sober in Church, is in context about the Rapture! See, last year, Jesus, being the Supreme Authority over all creation, used civil authority to arrest me on July 28th for possession of drugs and I kicked drugs in McLean County jail. I've been sober since July 28th, 2019. Next the COVID-19 hit in March, 2020. A few weeks later God resurrected me on Easter and He's been speaking to me and His Word is making me come back to Him by progressive sanctification. Every time I listen to Him, I'm closer to Him and more ready for the Rapture than the day before! The Lord let me know recently, that the reason that He got me off drugs with an arrest and then resurrected me on Easter, a fast work within a few months, is not so much because He's hurt about the COVID-19 and people crossing over into flames who don't know Him, but because the Rapture is about to happen! It's no more, "He's coming back SOON!" Jesus is crying from Heaven, "I'm coming back NOW!" Staying sober in context to the Rapture. I want to escape the coming evil to this world in the Rapture! This is why I'm sober. I'm worried for my family & friends in this world cos I haven't been helping you find Jesus. I'm trying to make it to heaven, but I'm not trying to take you with me and so I am glad that Jesus is giving me time to help you repent. I am going to start witnessing to you that know me. I'm going to lay hands on you and ask the Holy Spirit to baptize you in the Anointing like I used to do when I first trusted Christ. I have to apologize to you people because I'm one of the Anointed ones that God might leave in the Rapture. Cos I had tied feet from the war between good and evil and I backslid into emotional pain (an emotional cripple) instead of went all the way like Jesus did in listening to God. I can do that now because I don't want to get left behind. There are 2-Scripture passages that God says I'm in. This is why the Holy Spirit is warning me to repent because as is, Christ is going to leave me when He backs in the Rapture. I'm the crippled Preacher (emotional cripple, not physically or mentally) that quit Preaching long ago and went back to my gang and drugs in emotional pain. Below are those the 2-Scriptures passages. They're both from the book of Hebrews. Read them so you'll understand why I stopped helping you in Christ and why I want to restart helping you repent and get ready for the Rapture!


Hebrews 3 Living Bible


1 Therefore, dear brothers whom God has set apart for himself—you who are chosen for heaven—I want you to think now about this Jesus who is God’s Messenger and the High Priest of our faith. 2 For Jesus was faithful to God who appointed him High Priest, just as Moses also faithfully served in God’s house. 3 But Jesus has far more glory than Moses, just as a man who builds a fine house gets more praise than his house does. 4 And many people can build houses, but only God made everything. 5 Well, Moses did a fine job working in God’s house, but he was only a servant; and his work was mostly to illustrate and suggest those things that would happen later on. 6 But Christ, God’s faithful Son, is in complete charge of God’s house. And we Christians are God’s house—he lives in us!—if we keep up our courage firm to the end, and our joy and our trust in the Lord. 7-8 And since Christ is so much superior, the Holy Spirit warns us to listen to him, to be careful to hear his voice today and not let our hearts become set against him, as the people of Israel did. They steeled themselves against his love and complained against him in the desert while he was testing them. 9 But God was patient with them forty years, though they tried his patience sorely; he kept right on doing his mighty miracles for them to see. 10 “But,” God says, “I was very angry with them, for their hearts were always looking somewhere else instead of up to me, and they never found the paths I wanted them to follow.” 11 Then God, full of this anger against them, bound himself with an oath that he would never let them come to his place of rest. 12 Beware then of your own hearts, dear brothers, lest you find that they, too, are evil and unbelieving and are leading you away from the living God. 13 Speak to each other about these things every day while there is still time so that none of you will become hardened against God, being blinded by the glamor[a] of sin. 14 For if we are faithful to the end, trusting God just as we did when we first became Christians, we will share in all that belongs to Christ. 15 But now is the time. Never forget the warning, “Today if you hear God’s voice speaking to you, do not harden your hearts against him, as the people of Israel did when they rebelled against him in the desert.” 16 And who were those people I speak of, who heard God’s voice speaking to them but then rebelled against him? They were the ones who came out of Egypt with Moses their leader. 17 And who was it who made God angry for all those forty years? These same people who sinned and as a result died in the wilderness. 18 And to whom was God speaking when he swore with an oath that they could never go into the land he had promised his people? He was speaking to all those who disobeyed him. 19 And why couldn’t they go in? Because they didn’t trust him.


Hebrews 12 Living Bible


1 Since we have such a huge crowd of men of faith watching us from the grandstands, let us strip off anything that slows us down or holds us back, and especially those sins that wrap themselves so tightly around our feet and trip us up; and let us run with patience the particular race that God has set before us. 2 Keep your eyes on Jesus, our leader and instructor. He was willing to die a shameful death on the cross because of the joy he knew would be his afterwards; and now he sits in the place of honor by the throne of God. 3 If you want to keep from becoming fainthearted and weary, think about his patience as sinful men did such terrible things to him. 4 After all, you have never yet struggled against sin and temptation until you sweat great drops of blood. 5 And have you quite forgotten the encouraging words God spoke to you, his child? He said, “My son, don’t be angry when the Lord punishes you. Don’t be discouraged when he has to show you where you are wrong. 6 For when he punishes you, it proves that he loves you. When he whips you, it proves you are really his child.” 7 Let God train you, for he is doing what any loving father does for his children. Whoever heard of a son who was never corrected? 8 If God doesn’t punish you when you need it, as other fathers punish their sons, then it means that you aren’t really God’s son at all—that you don’t really belong in his family. 9 Since we respect our fathers here on earth, though they punish us, should we not all the more cheerfully submit to God’s training so that we can begin really to live? 10 Our earthly fathers trained us for a few brief years, doing the best for us that they knew how, but God’s correction is always right and for our best good, that we may share his holiness. 11 Being punished isn’t enjoyable while it is happening—it hurts! But afterwards we can see the result, a quiet growth in grace and character. 12 So take a new grip with your tired hands, stand firm on your shaky legs, 13 and mark out a straight, smooth path for your feet so that those who follow you, though weak and lame, will not fall and hurt themselves but become strong. 14 Try to stay out of all quarrels, and seek to live a clean and holy life, for one who is not holy will not see the Lord. 15 Look after each other so that not one of you will fail to find God’s best blessings. Watch out that no bitterness takes root among you, for as it springs up it causes deep trouble, hurting many in their spiritual lives. 16 Watch out that no one becomes involved in sexual sin or becomes careless about God as Esau did: he traded his rights as the oldest son for a single meal. 17 And afterwards, when he wanted those rights back again, it was too late, even though he wept bitter tears of repentance. So remember, and be careful. 18 You have not had to stand face to face with terror, flaming fire, gloom, darkness, and a terrible storm as the Israelites did at Mount Sinai when God gave them his laws. 19 For there was an awesome trumpet blast and a voice with a message so terrible that the people begged God to stop speaking. 20 They staggered back under God’s command that if even an animal touched the mountain it must die. 21 Moses himself was so frightened at the sight that he shook with terrible fear. 22 But you have come right up into Mount Zion, to the city of the living God, the heavenly Jerusalem, and to the gathering of countless happy angels; 23 and to the church, composed of all those registered in heaven; and to God who is Judge of all; and to the spirits of the redeemed in heaven, already made perfect; 24 and to Jesus himself, who has brought us his wonderful new agreement; and to the sprinkled blood, which graciously forgives instead of crying out for vengeance as the blood of Abel did. 25 So see to it that you obey him who is speaking to you. For if the people of Israel did not escape when they refused to listen to Moses, the earthly messenger, how terrible our danger if we refuse to listen to God who speaks to us from heaven! 26 When he spoke from Mount Sinai his voice shook the earth, but, “Next time,” he says, “I will not only shake the earth but the heavens too.” 27 By this he means that he will sift out everything without solid foundations so that only unshakable things will be left. 28 Since we have a Kingdom nothing can destroy, let us please God by serving him with thankful hearts and with holy fear and awe. 29 For our God is a consuming fire.


1) I was one of the Christian brothers that God set apart for Himself (to use Him in church) and was chosen for heaven. God is telling me to consider Jesus in order to repent. Hebrews 3:1:


Hebrews 3:1

Living Bible


1 Therefore, dear brothers whom God has set apart for himself—you who are chosen for heaven—I want you to think now about this Jesus who is God’s Messenger and the High Priest of our faith.


2) I have courage. I have to use my courage to keep trusting the Lord to the end of life, death. Hebrews 3:6:


Hebrews 3:6

Living Bible


6 But Christ, God’s faithful Son, is in complete charge of God’s house. And we Christians are God’s house—he lives in us!—if we keep up our courage firm to the end, and our joy and our trust in the Lord.


3) God was angry with me when I backslid and also when He started prophesying to me this year about repenting. He called me a worm and a pig and a dead tree. Hebrews 3: 10, 11:


Hebrews 3:10, 11

Living bible


10 “But,” God says, “I was very angry with them, for their hearts were always looking somewhere else instead of up to me, and they never found the paths I wanted them to follow.” 11 Then God, full of this anger against them, bound himself with an oath that he would never let them come to his place of rest (in the Rapture).


4) Because of fights in church, my heart became unbelieving and took me away from God. Hebrews 3:12:


Hebrews 3:12 Living Bible


12 Beware then of your own hearts, dear brothers, lest you find that they, too, are evil and unbelieving and are leading you away from the living God.


5) Church is where we get encouraged to keep up the fight of faith. I was in the world on drugs with my gang and not in church. So I became one that Jesus will leave in the Rapture. My heart became hard again against Jesus through sin and backsliding. Hebrews 3:13:


Hebrews 3:13 Living Bible


13 Speak to each other about these things every day while there is still time so that none of you will become hardened against God, being blinded by the glamor[a] of sin.


6) I will make it in the Rapture if I hold my faith to the end just as it was when I first got baptized into the Holy Spirit. Hebrews 3:14:


Hebrews 3:14 Living Bible


14 For if we are faithful to the end, trusting God just as we did when we first became Christians, we will share in all that belongs to Christ.


7) God swore to me that I will not enter Christ's rest in the Rapture because of unbelief. I became unbelieving again like I was before my baptism into the Holy Spirit. Hebrews 3:15-19:


Hebrews 3:15-19 Living Bible


15 But now is the time. Never forget the warning, “Today if you hear God’s voice speaking to you, do not harden your hearts against him, as the people of Israel did when they rebelled against him in the desert.” 16 And who were those people I speak of, who heard God’s voice speaking to them but then rebelled against him? They were the ones who came out of Egypt with Moses their leader. 17 And who was it who made God angry for all those forty years? These same people who sinned and as a result died in the wilderness. 18 And to whom was God speaking when he swore with an oath that they could never go into the land he had promised his people? He was speaking to all those who disobeyed him. 19 And why couldn’t they go in? Because they didn’t trust him.


8) Today, NOW, to make it in the Rapture, I have to do what I did not do when I backslid: be patient for the Lord to return in the Rapture by not backsliding. Hebrews 12:1:


Hebrews 12:1 Living Bible


1 Since we have such a huge crowd of men of faith watching us from the grandstands, let us strip off anything that slows us down or holds us back, and especially those sins that wrap themselves so tightly around our feet and trip us up; and let us run with patience the particular race that God has set before us.

9) And to keep considering Jesus and how He was faithful to death. Hebrews 12:2-4:


Hebrews 12:2-4 Living Bible


2 Keep your eyes on Jesus, our leader and instructor. He was willing to die a shameful death on the cross because of the joy he knew would be his afterwards; and now he sits in the place of honor by the throne of God. 3 If you want to keep from becoming fainthearted and weary, think about his patience as sinful men did such terrible things to him. 4 After all, you have never yet struggled against sin and temptation until you sweat great drops of blood.


10) And remember that hard times as a Christian get me to heaven in the Rapture. Hebrews 12:5-11:


Hebrews 12:5-11 Living Bible


5 And have you quite forgotten the encouraging words God spoke to you, his child? He said, “My son, don’t be angry when the Lord punishes you. Don’t be discouraged when he has to show you where you are wrong. 6 For when he punishes you, it proves that he loves you. When he whips you, it proves you are really his child.” 7 Let God train you, for he is doing what any loving father does for his children. Whoever heard of a son who was never corrected? 8 If God doesn’t punish you when you need it, as other fathers punish their sons, then it means that you aren’t really God’s son at all—that you don’t really belong in his family. 9 Since we respect our fathers here on earth, though they punish us, should we not all the more cheerfully submit to God’s training so that we can begin really to live? 10 Our earthly fathers trained us for a few brief years, doing the best for us that they knew how, but God’s correction is always right and for our best good, that we may share his holiness. 11 Being punished isn’t enjoyable while it is happening—it hurts! But afterwards we can see the result, a quiet growth in grace and character.


11) I have NOT been rejected by the Lord. Those who have been rejected by the Lord and who will not make it in the Rapture, are "profane" persons who lost their birth right as born-again Christians and CANNOT repent, though they cry tears trying to repent because they have been rejected by the Lord. These people have been "defiled" by a root of bitterness, emotionally crippled and lame with crippled feet that cannot preach. Hebrews 12:12-17:


Hebrews 12:12-17 Living Bible


12 So take a new grip with your tired hands, stand firm on your shaky legs, 13 and mark out a straight, smooth path for your feet so that those who follow you, though weak and lame, will not fall and hurt themselves but become strong. 14 Try to stay out of all quarrels, and seek to live a clean and holy life, for one who is not holy will not see the Lord. 15 Look after each other so that not one of you will fail to find God’s best blessings. Watch out that no bitterness takes root among you, for as it springs up it causes deep trouble, hurting many in their spiritual lives. 16 Watch out that no one becomes involved in sexual sin or becomes careless about God as Esau did: he traded his rights as the oldest son for a single meal. 17 And afterwards, when he wanted those rights back again, it was too late, even though he wept bitter tears of repentance. So remember, and be careful.


12) Now, God tells me to lift my hanging hands and make straight paths for my crippled feet so that my feet don't turn out of the way of Preaching to Prepare for the Rapture anymore and will be healed of my backslidings instead. Now I can follow the Cross, the breadth is Peace with all men and the Length is Holiness, otherwise, I will not see the Lord in the Rapture. Peace And Holiness. Hebrews 12:12-14:


Hebrews 12:12-14 Living Bible


12 So take a new grip with your tired hands, stand firm on your shaky legs, 13 and mark out a straight, smooth path for your feet so that those who follow you, though weak and lame, will not fall and hurt themselves but become strong. 14 Try to stay out of all quarrels, and seek to live a clean and holy life, for one who is not holy will not see the Lord.

It is the spiritual feet that Preach for the Lord. If your feet are crippled by the root of bitterness (emotional wounds will keep you in bed instead of out walking to Preach), you will turn out of the way of Preaching to Prepare for the Rapture. My feet were anointed to Preach in 2001 in Arnegard, North Dakota at the Watford First Assembly of God.


Romans 10:6-17

Authorized (King James) Version


6 But the righteousness which is of faith speaketh on this wise, Say not in thine heart, Who shall ascend into heaven? (that is, to bring Christ down from above:) 7 or, Who shall descend into the deep? (that is, to bring up Christ again from the dead.) 8 But what saith it? The word is nigh thee, even in thy mouth, and in thy heart: that is, the word of faith, which we preach; 9 that if thou shalt confess with thy mouth the Lord Jesus, and shalt believe in thine heart that God hath raised him from the dead, thou shalt be saved. 10 For with the heart man believeth unto righteousness; and with the mouth confession is made unto salvation. 11 For the scripture saith, Whosoever believeth on him shall not be ashamed. 12 For there is no difference between the Jew and the Greek: for the same Lord over all is rich unto all that call upon him. 13 For whosoever shall call upon the name of the Lord shall be saved. 14 How then shall they call on him in whom they have not believed? and how shall they believe in him of whom they have not heard? and how shall they hear without a preacher? 15 and how shall they preach, except they be sent? as it is written, How beautiful are the feet of them that preach the gospel of peace, and bring glad tidings of good things! 16 But they have not all obeyed the gospel. For Esaias saith, Lord, who hath believed our report? 17 So then faith cometh by hearing, and hearing by the word of God.


Now, through this Testimony, you can see what happened to me and why I am going to start witnessing to you who I know and love, because I want you to come with me to heaven in the Rapture.

But where are you with the Lord? Use my witness in this Post above to come out of your sin and back to the Lord, repent and prepare for the Rapture. I am praying for you. Send me prayer requests. I am a Prophet. Jesus will give me words to pray for you and when I do, God will do what He says to you to come back IMMEDIATELY! God's Word will NOT come back void.


Isaiah 55:6-11 Living Bible


6 Seek the Lord while you can find him. Call upon him now while he is near. 7 Let men cast off their wicked deeds; let them banish from their minds the very thought of doing wrong! Let them turn to the Lord that he may have mercy upon them, and to our God, for he will abundantly pardon! 8 This plan of mine is not what you would work out, neither are my thoughts the same as yours! 9 For just as the heavens are higher than the earth, so are my ways higher than yours, and my thoughts than yours. 10 As the rain and snow come down from heaven and stay upon the ground to water the earth, and cause the grain to grow and to produce seed for the farmer and bread for the hungry, 11 so also is my word. I send it out, and it always produces fruit. It shall accomplish all I want it to and prosper everywhere I send it.


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