Humility, Truth and Love
Sometimes inspiration comes unexpectedly. I listen to Dave aka Praying Medic on Twitter and YouTube who teaches on Q posts from the 8chans as well on Christian supernatural things. I recommend an interview with Dave on healing made simple.
Who, or what is Q?
Here is a part of the introduction to a compiled work on Q by a young anonoumous man from the 8chans.
On the 28th of October, 2017, an “insider” began making claims to be a Trump administration clearance holder. Q clearance, in particular. Soon the denizens of /pol/ began using the moniker “Q” as a means of identification for the supposed insider and their predictive and leading posts about world events. Q’s posts coincided in a shockingly accurate way with world events and stood out as a possible hopeful presence for the removal of the invisible strings of control surrounding our everyday lives.
Soon, the /CBTS/ (Calm Before the Storm) threads were formed, numbered and organized, rapidly garnering the attention of the internet community at large. Q’s presence had quickly inspired many youtube channels, twitter feeds, and awakenings among the people who could feel the yoke of oppression slipping from their shoulders and restoring hope. Read and analyze the posts yourself. Pay attention to details as there can be several meanings to a single statement. Use your instincts, check your facts, and think critically. And please, take your time and digest this as you can handle it. The revelations in these pages aren’t for the faint of heart or those who’s minds can’t be changed.
Dave teaches on healing and hearing from the Holy Spirit how to understand things before praying. Today his friend PepperPotts broadcasted on his YouTube, and she gave me ideas how to continue my walk with the Lord.
On the video, she talked about humility. It’s a choice to respond with love instead of reacting with emotions when you are met with hatred and contempt for not being politically correct.
He has told you, O man, what is good and what does the Lord require of you
Except to be just, and to love (to diligently practice) kindness (compassion)
And to walk humbly with your God (setting aside any overblown sense of importance