The Shoes Again

2014-07-18 18.28.28 2014-07-18 18.26.03

A predator is a hunter. Nimrod, a prototype of the Beast, was described as a “mighty hunter” in Genesis 10. Nimrod was the 13th in line from Adam.

Nike was the Greek goddess of victory. She is seen in Revelation 17 as MYSTERY, BABYLON THE GREAT, THE MOTHER OF HARLOTS AND ABOMINATIONS OF THE EARTH, and she appears riding the Beast of Revelation 13. Her name, as given to us in the King James Bible, has 13 words to it.

Posted on December 17, 2014, in Uncategorized. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.

  1. Nimrod has become a laughing stock to most of us. As a child, to be called a ‘nimrod’ was an insult by other children, who were referencing your I.Q. as being about as low as it could go. Yet, online, I was verbally upbraided by someone who claimed to be a Christian when I mentioned this fact–she defended ‘poor Nimrod’ against my horrid aspersions against the man. Later, she also defended satan against me, when I mentioned that I accidentally typed his name as “Stan”, due to my needing more practice at typing–she was upset at him being spoken of so disrespectively–that woman was totally confused!–or, was she?–that’s a good question. 🙂

    So, wearing shoes that somehow link your abilities to good, old Nimrod’s, who’s greatest achievement was to end with God scattering the whole human race across the face of the earth, while also dividing us all by different languages, for our own good, somehow, to me, seems personally defeating right from the start. 😉

    “But draw near hither, ye sons of the sorceress,
    the seed of the adulterer and the whore.
    4 Against whom do ye sport yourselves?
    against whom make ye a wide mouth, and draw out the tongue?
    are ye not children of transgression, a seed of falsehood,
    5 enflaming yourselves with idols under every green tree,
    slaying the children in the valleys under the clifts of the rocks?
    6 Among the smooth stones of the stream is thy portion;
    they, they are thy lot:
    even to them hast thou poured a drink offering,
    thou hast offered a meat offering.
    Should I receive comfort in these?
    7 Upon a lofty and high mountain hast thou set thy bed:
    even thither wentest thou up to offer sacrifice.
    8 Behind the doors also and the posts hast thou set up thy remembrance:
    for thou hast discovered thyself to another than me, and art gone up;
    thou hast enlarged thy bed, and made thee a covenant with them;
    thou lovedst their bed where thou sawest it.
    9 And thou wentest to the king with ointment,
    and didst increase thy perfumes,
    and didst send thy messengers far off,
    and didst debase thyself even unto hell…

    …When thou criest, let thy companies deliver thee;
    but the wind shall carry them all away; vanity shall take them:
    but he that putteth his trust in me shall possess the land,
    and shall inherit my holy mountain;” [Isaiah 57:3-9,13 AKJV]

    That shocked me as I read it just now. I trusted God to help me find the proper verse from His Word to place in this comment, that would somehow reflect on this subject, and I opened my Bible right up to Isaiah 57. God is describing to the wicked ‘sons of the sorceress’ what He knows about their behavior, their thoughts and actions, telling them that He knows that they’ve debased themselves “even unto hell”. How appropriate–“vanity shall take them:”
    If they keep running with Nimrod, they are toast.


  2. Look at the floor as well.
    Psalm 1:
    Blessed is the man that walketh not in the counsel of the ungodly, nor standeth in the way of sinners, nor sitteth in the seat of the scornful.


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