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On the Patio - UFO Disclosers


A listener asks about recent UFO disclosures and the admission of hiding advanced “alien” technology as well as genetic manipulation. I don’t necessarily trust anything that is being “allowed” to come out from our media, since both the government and its propaganda machine are controlled by the CIA, and the satanic global elites. Trust no one! However, what does the Bible say about these things?



 

Think on These Things


Each day we wake up and scour the news thinking, “Ok, what have the inmates who run the asylum done today?” More and more we hear of wars, rumors of wars, intentionally caused fires, (they most certainly are not wild,) climate catastrophes, and absolute lawlessness and corruption being performed by our murderous leaders. No one is held accountable, and the devils are getting away with murder. Never fear! Not only is justice coming, but we don’t have to let the world bring us down. In fact, we are told to rejoice.



 

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Brother Scott Answers Your Questions



Scott, let me start by thanking you for all that you do! Words cannot express how grateful I am to have found your podcast and Bible study! I truly enjoy both! I know I have reached out to you before with questions and I have been a Christian most of my life. I am aware of spiritual warfare, meaning I know it exists, (and) I think you have touched on it in your podcast.


But what about small children? Does the enemy start “grooming“ them at a young age? My daughter has a stepson who is six years old. He seems to be a normal little boy, but sometimes we see unusual behavior, almost darkness in him. He seems to enjoy getting in trouble for being disrespectful or disobedient. His other grandmother takes him to a large church, but he says he doesn’t know who Jesus is, and he often acts bad when we ask the blessing at dinner. These may be normal for a boy his age ( I am a mom of all girls ). But we see other issues and he often talks about the “bad thoughts in his head.“ I just wonder if this is spiritual warfare ish?


How can we help? I know we can pray for him and we have, and we do. What else can we do? What does the Bible say about this?


We live in small town, so not a lot of pastors in the area are going to know what or how to advise us. I feel like this may be out of their wheelhouse and perhaps you have studied this? Maybe a podcast would help others dealing with this.


I feel like my daughter would listen to your advice over mine. Anyway, thank you for reading this! And please know you and your family are in my prayers! God bless you!!

- Wendy V.



Dear Wendy,


Thank you so much for the kind words and for listening to the podcast. I very much appreciate your question.


There is no question that every child’s temperament is different and unique. Some children are born very tenderhearted and obedient, while others are rebellious and stubborn. (I was the latter!) And not just little boys have the stubborn temperament, but they tend to get in to more mischief when young.


Even the Bible says, “Foolishness is bound in the heart of a child; but the rod of correction shall drive it far from him." - Proverbs 22:15


The rod should not be construed as only spanking, for that should only be done in love and when necessary. We never strike a child in anger, but only after cooling down and careful prayer should we discipline with the rod.


In most cases, however, the rod is and should be the Word of God. Regardless of their attitude toward the truth, children should be raised in the nurture and admonition of the Lord: "And, ye fathers, provoke not your children to wrath: but bring them up in the nurture and admonition of the Lord." - Ephesians 6:4


This does not mean the child will not make mistakes or even grow up to rebel against the truth. However, we have this promise in Christ, “Train up a child in the way he should go: and when he is old, he will not depart from it." - Proverbs 22:6 We should not look for immediate results or even perfect behavior when our children are young. Even if they are model kids, their rebellious teens might pose a challenge. But we have the promise that if we TRAIN them in the way they should go, when they are OLD they will not depart from it. We may not see the results in our lifetime!


The truth is, there is a spirit of the world in every child. Satan may or may not be grooming our children, but the Scripture says, “The wicked are estranged from the womb: they go astray as soon as they be born, speaking lies."- Psalm 58:3 Even adults are called children of disobedience in Ephesians 2.


While there is no doubt Satan would get our children if he could and turn their hearts away from the Lord, they are sanctified by the believing parents: “For the unbelieving husband is sanctified by the wife, and the unbelieving wife is sanctified by the husband: else were your children unclean; but now are they holy." - 1 Corinthians 7:14


Yes, we should pray for our children. Just as importantly, we should train them up in the way they should go, in nurture, love, and the admonition of the Lord. Most of all, we need to realize that we have power over the devil and his minions through the blood of Jesus Christ! Dominion of the earth is given to men, and unclean spirits are very limited in what they can do… unless they are invited in!


Be sure the home is rid of all satanic influences that might turn a child’s heart (or a parent) away from God’s Word. The parents need to demonstrate real love to each other and to the Lord, praying with the children, not just say grace at dinner. The children should be engaged in Christ-oriented activities, and they need to see the parents show a sincere desire to know the Word of God.


There’s no guarantee the children will not rebel, but this goes a long way to ensuring that when they are old, they will not depart from God’s truth. Incidentally, I’ll pray for your family as well!


Yours in Christ,

Bro. Scott


 

(Via utbnow.com)

Hi Pastor!


It's been a while since I sent you a crazy email and figured you were missing it. Today I listened to two of your recent Sunday messages. In the first you again mentioned how God is waiting on the wife (new Israel) to repent. You said it isn't the actual country of today's world, but if you have mentioned what that actually is, I must have missed it. Can you expand that the next time it comes up?


Second, in the message about reconciliation I kept thinking of a passage and late in the message you brought it up... but not in the way I was thinking. I had never even bothered to think about the fall of the angels as sin and kept equating original sin to the fall of man. It really makes me feel stupid that I never equated the angelic fall with sin, and like what you mentioned, all the things that went up to the Garden of Eden.


As you spoke I kept thinking "There's nothing new under the sun..." and throughout the message that kept popping up. When you said it, you were bringing up in context of the angelic fall. My thought and possible concern is this: The angels were there to see the creation and rejoiced. At some point there was the insurrection (now this is why the question popped in my head.) They (the angels) were in God's glory the entire time before this. There was no sin. There weren't self-absorbed sons. There wasn't any reason for any of the children to think they were better than God... there is nothing new under the sun... so what's to say that after the rapture, after the 1000 years, after the final battle and Satan is completely defeated... there is nothing new under the sun... what are the horrible chances that it could happen again? Another fall, another tribulation; Even if our memories are wiped, if it happened once... nothing new under the sun... I'd really hate to see it happen again.


And lastly, can you see if Xena could pop in on the podcast just once to say hi? Miss hearing her.


Thanks and God bless,


- Ralph K.



Hi, Ralph.


Really great to hear from you again, and great questions!


It’s hard to know who will be the “new Israel,” or Israel of God who repents and seeks His face. Are they alive today? Likely. Is it the current nation of Israel? Possibly, although they would not have to be limited to that region or country. Here’s what we do know: “I will go and return to my place, till they acknowledge their offence, and seek my face: in their affliction they will seek me early." - Hosea 5:15


If Israel seeks the Lord’s face “in their affliction,” I take that to be tribulation or possibly the days leading up to that. This begs the question, could it be during the battle of Gog and Magog? I say it certainly could!


The coalition of armies that will invade Israel in Ezekiel 39 will certainly cause affliction. The Lord will deliver them with a mighty hand, and He says, “So the house of Israel shall know that I am the LORD their God from that day and forward." - Ezekiel 39:22 This appears to be a pivotal event that will let Israel as a nation know that God is their God again.


There is another battle in Psalm 83 that will likely precede the battle of Gog and Magog, and it is made up of a different coalition of nations. This battle could happen at any moment today, given the political climate. Here we read, “Fill their faces with shame; that they may seek thy name, O LORD. Let them be confounded and troubled for ever; yea, let them be put to shame, and perish: That men may know that thou, whose name alone is JEHOVAH, art the most high over all the earth." - Psalm 83:16-18


I can see the battle of Psalm 83 being the precipitating event that might gather the Jews around the world to go to Israel, perhaps coupled with the newly rebuilt temple. I can also see the temple and all its riches causing great wealth to flow into Israel, and that becomes the impetus for Gog to invade to take a spoil. The coalition in Psalm 83 doesn’t seek a spoil, but rather, “They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance." - Psalm 83:4 Only time will tell us for sure!


As to there being an infinite repeat of angelic or human rebellion in the ages to come, rest at ease. Nothing in the Scriptures implies this could even be possible. While it’s true sin originated with the first rebellion of Lucifer, we know that the wages of sin is death. The passages that prove we will never see rebellion again include, "And God shall wipe away all tears from their eyes; and there shall be no more death, neither sorrow, nor crying, neither shall there be any more pain: for the former things are passed away." - Revelation 21:4


And


“Now unto him that is able to do exceeding abundantly above all that we ask or think, according to the power that worketh in us, Unto him be glory in the church by Christ Jesus throughout all ages, world without end. Amen.- Ephesians 3:20-21”


In the ages to come, only glory, honor, and praise will be given unto the Lord Jesus Christ by the Church. With no more death, there’s no sin. With no more sorrow, there’s only praise and glory. God had a purpose in allowing the first rebellion, and the battle raged for millennia.


Then He restored the earth and gave man dominion. Man rebelled at the instigation of the adversary, the serpent. God knew before the foundation of the world His redemptive plan for mankind through Christ Jesus. It was accomplished at the cross, and it will culminate in the New Heaven and New Earth.


The only one responsible for all the sin and curse is the serpent. He will be in the lake of fire for all eternity, along with the fallen angels, devils, and the unsaved lost: “For without are dogs, and sorcerers, and whoremongers, and murderers, and idolaters, and whosoever loveth and maketh a lie." - Revelation 22:15


Lucifer always had within him the potential to rebel, even the day he was created. He did not suddenly just one day decide he wanted to be God; he thought about this for ages. He will never have that chance again, and all the holy angels and saved humanity will only exist to live eternally in perfect love, joy, and peace. I would not lose sleep over “nothing new under the sun” meaning a repeat of all that happened before, because we have this promise:


“And he that sat upon the throne said, Behold, I make all things new. And he said unto me, Write: for these words are true and faithful." - Revelation 21:5 That’s something you can take to the bank!


In Christ,

Bro. Scott

 

Good day, Guys!


I stumbled across your podcast through Amazon Unlimited and count it a blessing. I love what you're doing, God bless you for it.

The purpose of this email is to let you know that I love the podcast and the subject matter, but the thing I love the most is that you use the KJV. Not only that you use it but you defend it as the Word of God in English.


Thank you so much for what you do and for your use and defense of the KJV! I love when Bible teachers cover this material and it's an added blessing when they use the KJV and don't shy away from defending it. This is sorely needed in these last days.

Thank you and may God continue to bless His work through your ministry.


- Dennis H.


Thanks, Dennis!


The King James is the Bible I grew up with, the Bible I was saved by, and the perfect Word of God for us in English. I truly believe this, and find it odd when churches include in their statement of faith words like, “We believe the Bible is the inerrant Word of God in the original autographs or languages.”

No one alive has ever seen the original autographs or manuscripts in which the Bible was written in Hebrew, Greek, or Aramaic. It’s a silly statement to make, because it implies God cannot preserve His Word for us in copies today in every language.

When the 12 began to speak the Word of God at Pentecost in Acts 2, they spoke in every tongue or language the Jews in Jerusalem spoke who had gathered for the feast. Do you suppose they made copies or brought word back home and said, “Now, of course, this isn’t the Word of God. That’s only in the original words the 12 spoke at Jerusalem?”


We take the position that we HAVE the perfect Word of God today in the KJV for us in English. God also preserved His Word perfectly for those who speak, French, German, Dutch, Chinese, Russian, etc. Let’s stop treading lightly to prevent offending everyone. Let’s take a stand!


The words of the LORD are pure words:

as silver tried in a furnace of earth, purified seven times.

Thou shalt keep them, O LORD,

thou shalt preserve them from this generation for ever." - Psalm 12:6-7


Thanks so much for the shout out!


In Christ,

Bro. Scott


 

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I just happened to stumble upon this podcast one afternoon and I haven't been able to stop listening! John and Scott do a wonderful job of explaining some of the untold and mysterious things in the Bible I had no idea about, and doing it in a way that makes sense. Whether you're a life long Christian or just starting your journey into faith, everyone can learn from these guys! - ARod160





It is so hard to find true Biblical podcasts that teach the deep things of God. These guys use scripture to define the scripture. [1 Corinthians 2:13-15] I am thankful to have found this podcast, I am learning so much!

After listening to 30 shows, I would say...


They are dispensationalist.

They are Biblical Literalists.

They are concerned for souls.


They are not Calvinists or Reformed.

They are not prosperity preachers.

They are not in the Hebrews Roots Movement (they do not believe in replacement theology)

They are not of the Charismatic persuasion.

They are not legalistic


Scott has clearly studied his Bible. He's humble and kind, unlike so many who have been puffed up with knowledge. (Corinthians 8:11) - Playing a lot of games




Thank you for this podcast!! I listen to every episode and I am a Seeker, and your podcast came to me at a time when I had many questions about the Bible. I never understood the Bible and could never get really interested in reading it, but you have answered so many questions I never even knew I had.

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