Wednesday, December 21, 2005

The Real Problem in Iraq

You'll not read this in the mainline news reports, nor will you see this on network television. For some reason, the liberal press seems determined to undermine this adminsitration in its efforts in Iraq. Well, to be honest, the mainline press has hated GW since he was first elected, and their feelings have only grown stronger with time.So what is this news? The real problem in Iraq is not in Iraq. It is in Iran. The muslim leaders of Iran have a plan to take over Iraq, and they are on schedule. This is not a simple little affair where Iran hopes to overrun Iraq one day when the US led coalition pulls out. No, indeed. This is part a fifty year plan for Iraq, and other parts of the middle-east. Iran plans to become the dominate power. They seek to restore the old Persian Empire!I have access to documents from the Iranian ruling council that clearly shows their plan. Part of the plan is to infiltrate the Iraqi government and place their people in ministry positions and undermine the reforms from within. They are already doing this. Another part of the plan is to blame Sunni's for the insurgency. They have succeeded so far. This is just the tip of the iceberg. I will publish more later.

Where Do You Go When You Die? Introduction

Where do you go when you die? That seems to be a question on the minds of a lot of people. To be perfectly frank, I don't think young people think about this too much, because they are invincible — they can’t possibly die soon. But for anyone over 40, the thought does enter the mind. "If I were to die today, where would I go?" It is both a theological question and a metaphysical question. Some approach the question from the attitude of wondering if they will go to heaven or hell, while others just wonder about life after death in general.

Most of what we think we know about this is wrong. For example, some people think when they die they turn into angels, like the angel in the movie It's a Wonderful Life starring Jimmy Stewart. We don't turn into angels and we don't get wings for doing good deeds. We do, however, go to a place called Paradise where we await the final judgment.

How do I know this? Let me explain. My approach is one based on my faith, my faith in God and in his Son Jesus Christ. My understanding comes from studying Holy Scripture for over 50 years. In the coming weeks, I will add more to this explanation of where you go when you die. For now, I just wanted to introduce the subject. If anyone is interested, your comments are welcome.