Project Iconoclast

Rebellion to Tyrants Is Obedience to God

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tumblrbot asked: ROBOTS OR DINOSAURS?

I think robots, because they can be controlled, and have awesome powers like flight, weapons systems, and AI.

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Al Qaida Now Key to Anti-Syrian Victory

Al Qaida is the globalitst mercenary army used throughout the world to foment regime change and political instability.  They are the private tool of the military-industrial complex headed by the NWO elite.

Al Qaida Now Key to Anti-Syrian Victory



Al Qaida is the globalitst mercenary army used throughout the world to foment regime change and political instability.  They are the private tool of the military-industrial complex headed by the NWO elite.

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We have no government armed with power capable of contending with human passions unbridled by morality and religion…Our Constitution was made only for a moral and religious people. It is wholly inadequate to the government of any other.
John Adams

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Major General Stubblebine says plane never hit Pentagon, main stream media is controlled, and 9/11 was an inside job.

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Smoking and Circulation
"While most people equate smoking deaths to cancer and lungdisease, in fact many more people will die from circulatory conditionsfrom smoking than die from cancer or other lung diseases. Also, ingeneral, they will die at much younger ages from these problems. Wewould have many more lung cancers than we do if smokers couldlive long enough to get them. When many people with fatal heartattacks or strokes are autopsied, there are often precancerous lesionsfound that indicate that if these people had a few more years to livethey would have eventually succumbed to these smoking induceddiseases.As for heart and other circulatory diseases, the two chemicals incigarette that stand out as the biggest problems are nicotine and carbonmonoxide. Nicotine, besides being addictive, has very powerful effectson arteries throughout the body. Nicotine is a stimulant, speeding upthe heart by about 20 beats per minute with every cigarette, it raisesblood pressure, is a vasoconstrictor which means it makes arteries allover the body become smaller making it harder for the heart to pumpthrough the constricted arteries and it causes the body to release itsstores of fat and cholesterol into the blood.
The heart has to work harder to overcome all of these effects. Towork harder the heart, like every other muscle in the body, needsextra amounts of oxygen for the additional workload. The oxygenhas to be transported through the blood. But carbon monoxide fromtobacco smoke literally poisons the oxygen carrying capacity of theblood. So this results in the heart having to work harder to get moreblood to itself to work harder, because it’s working harder. This is acircle. A vicious and deadly circle when it comes down to it.”
~Never Take Another Puff, p. 30  Joel Spitzer, 2006


Smoking and Circulation


"While most people equate smoking deaths to cancer and lung
disease, in fact many more people will die from circulatory conditions
from smoking than die from cancer or other lung diseases. Also, in
general, they will die at much younger ages from these problems. We
would have many more lung cancers than we do if smokers could
live long enough to get them. When many people with fatal heart
attacks or strokes are autopsied, there are often precancerous lesions
found that indicate that if these people had a few more years to live
they would have eventually succumbed to these smoking induced
diseases.

As for heart and other circulatory diseases, the two chemicals in
cigarette that stand out as the biggest problems are nicotine and carbon
monoxide. Nicotine, besides being addictive, has very powerful effects
on arteries throughout the body. Nicotine is a stimulant, speeding up
the heart by about 20 beats per minute with every cigarette, it raises
blood pressure, is a vasoconstrictor which means it makes arteries all
over the body become smaller making it harder for the heart to pump
through the constricted arteries and it causes the body to release its
stores of fat and cholesterol into the blood.


The heart has to work harder to overcome all of these effects. To
work harder the heart, like every other muscle in the body, needs
extra amounts of oxygen for the additional workload. The oxygen
has to be transported through the blood. But carbon monoxide from
tobacco smoke literally poisons the oxygen carrying capacity of the
blood. So this results in the heart having to work harder to get more
blood to itself to work harder, because it’s working harder. This is a
circle. A vicious and deadly circle when it comes down to it.”

~Never Take Another Puff, p. 30  Joel Spitzer, 2006

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Addendum to Below Post

Please read the below post before reading this one:

The below quote makes sense on so many levels.  One is that since love cannot exist in a heart where holiness doesn’t reign, then many other virtues can’t truly exist as well.  How can purity exist, righteousness, peace, long-suffering, gentleness, goodness, faith, patience, temperance, brotherly-kindness?  No, none of it really can in the heart where Jesus doesn’t reign, because all those things come directly from God.

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HEART’S WITHOUT HOLINESS ARE WITHOUT PURE LOVE
"A selfish heart may perform generous actions, acknowledge the present truth, and express humility and affection in an outward manner, yet the motives may be deceptive and impure; the actions that flow from such a heart may be destitute of the savor of life and the fruits of true holiness, being destitute of the principles of pure love.”  {LYL 33.2} 

Any heart that is destitute of true holiness is also destitute of the principle of pure love.  That means that real pure true love cannot exist in a heart where the love of God does not exist. 

HEART’S WITHOUT HOLINESS ARE WITHOUT PURE LOVE

"A selfish heart may perform generous actions, acknowledge the present truth, and express humility and affection in an outward manner, yet the motives may be deceptive and impure; the actions that flow from such a heart may be destitute of the savor of life and the fruits of true holiness, being destitute of the principles of pure love.”  {LYL 33.2} 

Any heart that is destitute of true holiness is also destitute of the principle of pure love.  That means that real pure true love cannot exist in a heart where the love of God does not exist.