In the time of the end – a pushing

//In the time of the end – a pushing

QUESTION: Do you see the Trump vs The Globalist “pushing” as truly the “pushing” as prophecy states or is it just a distraction? It certainly seems to be a conflict between the Iron and Clay.

“In the time of the end the king of the south will engage with him in a pushing, and against him the king of the north will storm with chariots and horsemen and many ships; and he will enter into the lands and sweep through like a flood. “ -Daniel 11:40


In a word, Yes. From all appearances a great struggle has begun that will determine the fate of the world. The British Empire appears to have activated all of their drones and worker bee assets around the world to prevent the nations from extracting themselves from the straightjacket imposed upon them. 

Unfortunately, the present situation doesn’t have much relevance for Jehovah’s Witnesses. After all, the Watchtower states that the pushing between the kings of the north and south began back after World War One and then picked up again in the 1950’s and 60’s with the Cold War. Of course, since the collapse of the USSR a quarter of a century ago the Watchtower hasn’t had anything to say on the topic of the king of the north and south, except to say “we don’t know.”

Not only do the leaders of Jehovah’s Witnesses not know who the king of the north is, but they discourage anyone from thinking about it, saying “it is wise not to speculate.” So, rather than being a source of enlightenment in these prophetic matters the Watchtower has enforced ignorance upon the entire organization. According to the Governing Body, if they don’t know, no one knows.  

 Has the king of the south ‘pushed’ the king of the north during “the time of the end”? Yes, indeed. After the first world war, the punitive peace treaty imposed upon the then king of the north—Germany—was surely “a pushing,” an incitement to retaliation……As the years of the Cold War went by, the “pushing” by the king of the south included high-tech espionage as well as diplomatic and military offensives. –Pay Attention p 277 

  No doubt the reason for their ignorance is because they do not have a very clear idea of how Satan’s system operates. For example, the Watchtower claims that Germany was the king of the north at the beginning of the 20th century, through the Second World War —afterwards becoming the USSR. But was Fred Franz (The Watchtower’s former resident interpreter of prophecy) aware that the British elites originally supported Hitler and financed the Nazis even during the Second World War? The British Empire was intending to use Hitler to destroy Russia and overturn Europe.

Of course, the same duplicity is in operation now. I have heard some ignorant people talking about Islam being the king of the north. Evidently they believe the headlines they are fed. Ironically, in their case the WT’s advice is applicable. It is wise not to speculate.

But the fact is, and it is hardly even a secret, that radical Islam, specifically Wahhabism, was nurtured by the British Empire going back to their involvement in what is now Saudi Arabia during the Victorian era. In more recent years British and American intelligence organized, trained and funded jihadist. There is no reason to suppose the Anglo deep state does not also deploy their terrorists throughout the world. Anyone who is unaware of this should not consider themselves informed as regards world affairs.

But the ascendency of Russia and China and especially the New Silk Road project that is being built, and Trump’s potential alliance with it, along with his intent to break up the big banks, have the lords of London openly calling for Trump’s assassination —sooner rather than later. There is a palpable sense of panic and desperation emanating from certain quarters.

If anyone is interested in understanding the true nature of the British Empire and its war against civilization then you should take the time to read this article: The Insurrection Against the President, or Who Really is George Soros Anyway?

2017-06-07T07:06:12+00:00 June 5th, 2017|Mailbag|103 Comments
  • Southern ShaSha

    Fantastic article, thank you Robert!
    Your videos of long ago on the British Empire was the beginning of my understanding.
    The LaRouche article here really breaks it all down nicely.
    Explains why and the position Trump is in today very clearly. Thank you again for all the wonderful information you provide, much appreciated!

    • Southern ShaSha

      Robert, could you tell me when you wrote the article, “Me and Lyndon LaRouche?

      • J.M.J.

        I can remember Robert writing that article.A few people said that Robert was wrong to tag his thinking to Lyndon La Rouche .I believe Robert has been proven correct on that score as well . Also with the whole set up now I believe besides the pushing and the shoving is also the prophesy where they keep throwing truth to the wind.

        • Southern ShaSha

          J.M.J., you are absolutely right, as far as my understanding, Robert has been spot on. Isn’t it amazing how all we’ve come to know and understand fits perfectly with scriptural prophesy, it amazes me every day! Lies are always confusing, truth always makes clear sense! And that is exactly how Jehovah has set all things up, not to confuse but to enlighten!

      • Daisy

        Tap in “Me and Lyndon Larouche” on the Search Site ShaSha?
        It’s there …Dec 1st 2013 …and I came across the essay by chance whilst doing homework on a different subject ;D

        • Southern ShaSha

          Stupid me, Daisy. I was plunking around going through different articles this morning after reading the article Robert sited on his own. No date on the article itself. Forgot all about momentarily the search site. Hope you are doing well. Thank you for responding.
          Joyce

  • Revv_zone@gmail.com Please8834

    The Watchtower has literally become numb from the neck up in just about everything especially what’s going on in the world today. The so-called spiritual food at the proper time is without a doubt watered down Dross and to me that’s putting it lightly everything they seem to say sounds like the Arrangements the priests and the scribes had in the temple prior, during and after Jesus appearance on the scene. Its do as we say or else your in the way. Cartoons have become the teahers of children as well singing music videos on how to conduct one’s life. The abundance a spiritually spread table has become become full of flavorless scraps . Its getting harder to sit through meetings that the only answer one is allowed to give is what is repeated like a parrot, heaven forbid if you put your own twist on things. I don’t want to blast what’s going on in the organization but facts are facts and ignorance is bliss.

    • Southern ShaSha

      Yes, I agree. But regardless if they admit or not to noticing the things we are now seeing take place, Jesus gave us the worldly events to watch for, more or less a measure as to where we are in the stream of time. How else may we understand the end time prophesies. “When all these things take place”.
      All these things tie into His message to stay awake. How else will we see or realize His presence? That is my understanding anyway.

      • Southern ShaSha

        It’s sad for those in the org., they must keep closed eyes or they are betraying what they have been taught. It would be realizing that Jesus did not appear in 1914, the basis for all that they believe in. Their confusion in holding their loyalty to the society but sacrificing their faith and loyalty to Jehovah and Christ Jesus. A bad place to be! We can only hope and pray they come around!

        • Peaceful Waters

          AMEN!

    • Richard Long

      Hence, the test of our faith. Doesn’t it seem like even the ORG is trying to separate you from Jehovah?

      • The Raven

        How bad is it? They labeled anointed as apostates for telling them truth. One of those “apostates” even suggests I seek baptism under the radar because the WTO has also shut the door to those who will not accept their lies. THAT’S how bad it is.

        • Richard Long

          In my estimation, you are likely the inspiration for Robert’s essay on baptism, fitting into the “Apollos” category. My corrupted baptism seems artificial to me, and you seem desirous of having at least that. I’m coming to the frame of mind that our personal dedications are somewhat identical and just may have to be enough. You are not like Apollos in the sense that you need Aquila and Priscilla to enlighten you on the baptism of Jesus. Further, the WT have become the “baptism police” for what reason? I’m convinced it is to accommodate all that infernal census taking. Why do they or we have to know how many soldiers there are in Jehovah’s army, or even how many anointed remain? Such data only serves to lull us to sleep rather than stir us to watchfullness, No? Instead of the deep introspection and scriptural ruminations we ought to be engaged considering the times, the WT has us trying out new sales techniques to increase market share. I believe that if Jehovah needs you to be baptized in order to see paradise, he will see it gets done, because you certainly have shown yourself willing.

          • does Jehovah need you to be dipped into water to know your heart, dedication and loyalty? baptism is just the symbolic action of that but the true action of it is your dedacation and loyalty daily. your baptism wasnt artificial because your action was by the above

            • Richard Long

              Of, course, DA, you are right, and thank you. As I wrote earlier in the week, the status or purity of my baptism is likely the least of my current worries, or should be.

            • Jehovah knows those who belong to him – 2-Tim 2:19.
              apparently you are one of his
              faithful servants

          • The Raven

            Kind words, Richard. Symbolic gestures have become nothing more than a show for they have no real way of discerning who is truly dedicated or anointed.

        • Burt Reynolds

          Baptism is symbolic, an outward sign, a cleansing from the old way, to submit to the will of Jehovah. Rather like washing robes in the blood of the lamb perhaps. I’m surprised you are not baptised as you speak with the authority of one well versed in watchtower law and its obtuseness toward the bible. I too feel much the same way as Richard in asking the question as to what validity baptism by a misled organisation means in the eyes of Jehovah. I cannot help but think that it is the baptism of the heart that counts and if I am honest, it would be a thorn in my flesh not to be physically baptised into what is in fact Jehovah’s organisation. But again, of what value is it to be baptised outwardly by the decieved, into a congregation of the decieved who will only view your bapstim in a decieved manner? I find it very confusing. Are we, do we, fool ourselves? Does Jehovah approve of this and find it agreeable? Maybe if we are baptised believing it to be into Jehovah’s organisation it might carry some weight but even then, we must prove that baptism again through trial must we not? Else it counts for nothing. Maybe a solution would be to get together with Richard and some friends and baptise each other in the sea, as an outward sign to your friends and Jehovah. At least you would know the significance truthfully, as would Jehovah.

          • The Raven

            I am not baptized because decades ago I realized the many problems with what they said and what I saw. I went from the usual meetings and ministry school to deep matters of prophecy. Elders and circuit overseers spoke with me often because I had questions they could not answer to my satisfaction. How to present this to others when I am not good with it???
            I had to stick to only the basics when I taught others and search for answers on my own. Which they did not like. My entire family believes but are not baptized into the wto. We have NO wish to be either.
            So, we have been looking for a way to make that symbolic dedication and have determined that we are going to have to baptize each other right here in the gulf of Mexico ,as you said.
            My comment was simply to show how awful the situation is with the wto and the disappointment and frustration it’s caused among possibly millions of people like me who know the truth, love God and want to do the right thing but are basically judged by those who have no right to judge and will in turn BE judged.

            • Burt Reynolds

              Absolutely. And I hope the gulf is cleaned up now after what British petroleum did to it! That is not the sort of anointing oil one would want!

            • The Raven

              The gulf up by NW FL is beautiful and all I want or need is water.

            • black curtain

              Dear Raven the simplest way to get around the problem of baptism is to find 3 reliable friends, determine the wording of how you wish to dedicate yourself to do Jehovah’s will have one of them immerse you completely in water while all three therefore become your legal witnesses before Jehovah and Christ and you have done at least at that part as much as you need to do. There is a view that only the WT can baptise you, which is just not true. To wit John the baptiser, Phillip the evangeliser to name two. I am travelling in the US at the moment and will post more details when I return home if you are of a mind. Kindest regards BC

            • The Raven

              Thanks for your consideration in this BC. It’s a weird situation, no doubt.

            • black curtain

              That is the very thing that causes all the problem. It is not weird, but a belief that WT has ownership of these actions. They do not and people are allowing the WT to steal their personal relationship withJehovah. It seems I can say no more of interest, although WT history shows otherwise regarding baptism and there is very reason to know what they have done. I wish you well BC

            • The Raven

              I agree with you on this matter. In fact family and I have decided we will carry this out amongst ourselves.

            • black curtain

              Well done. I was just reading through the next article and virtually everybody frames their reasoning around what the WT Corp says or does. I suppose that is fair enough it hard to wrench ones thinking way from often a lifetime of conditioning. This year my wife and I held the memorial at home for the first time and it felt odd to start with but as we chatted and discussed a whole range of issues related to the subject at hand we both felt it was the best memorial we had been to.
              It is hard to convince people that they can do things for themselves. Cheers BC

            • The Raven

              That’s great! I am mindful of folks who have been put through the WTO wringer and I can appreciate their concerns having seen it and had friends who suffered through this. I understand your position on this and I agree, much of it is within our hands. Robert has certainly taken a stand in exposing their hypocrisy and error as have others here. I think everyone still has much to learn and I’m certainly willing.

            • The Raven

              btw, they never had control of me so you needn’t worry about that. I am of a mind to hear the details about this that you offered. I await your reply and again thank you for your consideration in this.

            • the scripture set the example to follow with Philip and the Ethiopian.
              if you do as they did then you are in line with Jehovah’s word. there was a question that the Ethiopian raised asking “what prevents me from being baptise?”
              there was no WT org nor any org to prevent him from doing so. a scripture to consider is Matt 18:20

            • Burt Reynolds

              That’s true!

            • out of line with the Watchtower, maybe but in line with Jehovah

            • The Raven

              “In line with Jehovah”
              And that’s what counts.

            • Richard Long

              “There is a view that only the WT can baptise you, which is just not true.”

              This is what we are having such a hard time shaking off. Aren’t we here on this site and others like us at this moment almost like the Israelites backed up to the Red Sea with the Pharaoh’s army bearing down on us, in various states of panic and terror, waiting for Moses to do whatever it is Jehovah is is going to tell him to do?

            • black curtain

              Hard to keep up with responses Richard, thanks for the kind thoughts will have a little more to add when at my own computer cheers bc

            • David Koch

              Please. Be judged? Come on! Stop it! Your letting the rhetoric of the org flaw your judgment.
              no pune intented.
              You are not condemned !!
              Stop letting the BS cloud what you feel in your heart.
              Call on Jehovah say out loud his name. Are you not saved?

            • The Raven

              I think you need to see the entire conversation on this matter. Many here have already made the case for baptism and otherwise. That conversation was couched within what the org has said and done concerning these issues. NOT my opinion of the matter.
              NO. I am NOT condemned because I am not baptized. Even though the org openly says so.
              See?
              I am fully aware of what it signifies and have determined that baptism is my course as per Jesus’ instruction. How I achieve that is in my hands. NOT theirs.
              Consider the times. We are at a threshold where as many have stated Jehovah will judge baptized as well as not. This is true.
              But…I will if possible follow Jesus Christ’s directive in this matter.

            • David Koch

              D.A. sport pointed out Phillip and the Ethiopian.
              Which is a very good passage for the topic
              Phillip? Was he not directed by an angel and after taken away by spirit?
              Should not baptism be performed by an anointed?

        • David Koch

          Id like to know why youd consider baptism else where? And where would you go to be baptized? What reasoning is it that baptism or not would exclude you from the father and the son? Better said Do you feel or sense Jehovah’s distancing because your not?
          Is it not enough to believe with your heart and mind that Jesus is the messiah and Jehovah actually loves each of us and sees that the state in which the Org gaurds baptism for those THEY approve. THAT under such impossible compliance routine from the Org one has to completely submit to scrutiny that I find intrusive and rash. Doesnt it feel like the intention is to crush and erase your individuality.
          And how does that compare to John and even those whom where giving holy spirit at Antioch? Or even Cornelius and his family?
          Consider this thought. Doesnt it say gifts of spirit are individually freely giving mind you, some would be giving gifts to teach, some the gift of profecy, etc. You must get my point.
          Point is those who teach are exactly what is intended to convert you to acheive. the accept the rhetoric and then your considered for baptism. Baptism is hijacked, held from you. In fact to be blunt, your condemned until you comply and then Thats your reward. where as the gift freely giving for Jehovah has been giving you. Your awareness to call upon Him.
          Let Jehovahs spirit guide you on your journey to worshiping the true God dont br hung up with formalities that are imposed on you. My opinion is you are baptised. As am I. With holy spirit.
          Question. Do they not disfellowship those baptised? When they go out it the world with their lives, are they not still baptised or does it mean they must work to be baptized to regain acceptable status with the org.
          I once felt empty with the thought that im not approved by Jehovah because i havent been baptized by water and then i realized that Satan operates even in the human minds and in the org itself.
          Paul even said that sin, to what is bad is always present even though he desires to what is good. So that says to me those today who strongly feel and are in position to decittae

          • The Raven

            Jesus commanded us to do that and that’s what my family and I will do on our own. Not through the WTO. I made the comments to highlight the awful situation they have placed believers in.

            • David Koch

              I concur. Awful spiritual condition. But I believe Jesus command was to the Disciples. For them to go out and spreading the kingdom message baptizing in the name of the father the son and spirit.
              I dont think it say that we have to be baptized.
              I dont think it says that baptisim is even a water submersion in that instant.
              Or is it that we are to read into that qoute to mean by water.

            • The Raven

              Since your above comment is being considered for moderation I will reply to you here.

              Some folks prefer to roll the bones. I am not one of them. My default position is DO WHAT CHRIST SAID.

              And get off it with the WTO. I was never a part of it. I made this decision based on scripture. NOT them.

            • The Raven

              There is nothing ambiguous or confusing about this.

              Mark 1:9, 10: “Jesus . . . was baptized [“immersed,” ED, Ro] in the Jordan [River] by John. And immediately on coming up out of the water he saw the heavens being parted.”

              Acts 8:38: “They both went down into the water, both Philip and the eunuch; and he baptized [“immersed,” ED, Ro] him.”

              Matt. 28:19, 20: “Go therefore and make disciples of people of all the nations, baptizing them in the name of the Father and of the Son and of the holy spirit, teaching them to observe all the things I have commanded you.”

              Acts 2:41: “Those who embraced his word heartily were baptized.”

              Acts 8:12: “When they believed Philip, who was declaring the good news of the kingdom of God and of the name of Jesus Christ, they proceeded to be baptized, both men and women.”

              Acts 8:36-38: “Now as they were going over the road, they came to a certain body of water, and the [Ethiopian] eunuch said: ‘Look! A body of water; what prevents me from getting baptized?’ With that he commanded the chariot to halt, and . . . [Philip] baptized him.”

          • The Raven

            And here’s more for you. I suggest you read the entire article.
            https://e-watchman.com/day-jehovahs-anger/
            excerpt:
            “This is why Jehovah exhorts us to seek him now, before that awful day. Here is what is stated in Zephaniah: “Gather together, yes, gather yourselves, O nation that feels no shame. Before the decree takes effect, before the day passes by like chaff, before the burning anger of Jehovah comes upon you, before the day of Jehovah’s anger comes upon you, seek Jehovah, all you meek ones of the earth, who observe his righteous decrees. Seek righteousness, seek meekness. Probably you will be concealed on the day of Jehovah’s anger.”

            With the above in focus, let’s refine the question to this: is it possible that some of those meek persons of the earth who will be harvested for life will be unbaptized when the hour of judgment arrives? And the answer to that is yes, since, obviously there will be many children and teens among those who will inherit the earth. And let’s leave open the possibility that there will be many others too who are presently seeking Jehovah, but who for whatever reason have not gotten to the point of baptism. Their going through the tribulation will be baptism in fire.”

      • The Raven

        And to top it off the alleged”apostates” like Robert and we outcasts or “unapproved” believers DO have the proper attitude towards Jehovah, our situations and the times. Yes, we are concerned and seek answers. They sit in their smug assurance that they will be spared any trifles come tribulation because their “prophets” said so.
        Now who do you think is in for a big surprise?

        • Burt Reynolds

          I would not be surprised if All of us are in for a big surprise. In fact it would be very surprising not to be surprised.

          • Jamie Mac

            I’m with you on that Burt. I’m not surprised that you wouldn’t be surprised about it being very surprising not to be surprised. 🙂

            Surely we are all in for a rough ride ahead. Maybe, with our knowledge we may be able to deal with it a little better. Somehow, I doubt it.

            What Burt was really saying I think, don’t let the near impending events take you by surprise. Keep on the watch.

            • The Raven

              Of course. I agree.

      • Burt Reynolds

        Yes, it does now you mention it. I had not thought of things that way but you could well be right. What a subtle way for Satan to distance Jehovah’s people from Jehovah by breaking the bond through lies pertaining to be truth. How else would his people not recognise him when he comes. He will be so different from what they are expecting. What more could Satan do than portray himself as the Angel of light and Jehovah as Satan? There may be mileage in that when you think of the distruction that the tribulation will bring with it. Yes, you have a point to consider also, in that it helps explain the blind intransigence of the brothers.

  • Luis Meriño Vásquez

    I dont wanna misunderstand… but robert… are you saying that the pushing has begun and with it the time of the end? Thank you.

  • Yuri Fisher

    Hello there
    If pushing has begun then it means we have entered the last days. Am I correct? Please help me understand it right. Or maybe the active phase of of WW3 will be

    • Ken Rosenberg

      Pushing has not begun. We are not in the last days.

      • from my view i would think it has and able to build up more now that Trump has gotten over that coup hurtle. look at what hes tweeting again; ‘lets make america great’ yada yada

  • David Koch

    Look I dont have any family or friends to act out this symbolized dedication. No Gulf water no pool no lake or river.
    Its a beautiful expression to say the least. Truely.
    Ive prayed about it.
    Many times the thought enters my mind. Often.
    Time to time Ill come to ewatch just to see what is spoken about the topic. This is the first time its come up that ive noticed.
    Take some time all of you please and consider what im saying.
    Any and all comments will be appreciated

    • The Raven

      The disciples went about baptizing and in turn those they baptized, baptized others. This is not hard to figure out. If we can manage it we should. It’s not the first time it’s come up. There is plenty on this topic.
      https://e-watchman.com/?s=baptism

  • Ken Rosenberg

    Can you update the site to make it easier to scroll and navigate? Not only is it bad for me, but a lot of people I show this site to, say the same, and it may be hurting your overall appeal.

    • Hi Ken. I don’t know what you mean. In what way are you having difficulty scrolling or navigating? I am open to suggestions.

      • Ken Rosenberg

        Navigation is a bad experience because if I leave my mouse over the disquis comments, I can’t scroll with the mouse wheel, I have to move out into the non comment section of the page. and the scroll bar on the right side is nearly invisible – black on black.

        • Yeah, the Disqus scrolling on the Front Page is a problem. But that is Disqus. Not something I can fix by redesigning the site. As for the right sidebar, I don’t know what you mean black-on-black. The background of the entire site is soft grey and the twitter and comments on the sidebar are white and grey backgrounds on white.

        • Also, the category tabs are all on the header menu. Some of the menu items are dropdown, but they are all on the header.

      • Huldah

        I know I’ve been totally hating on the right side up down dark wierd scroll bar. Its hard to see sometimes and hard to maneuver. I dread using it on Windows cause I inevitably pass my target. ?
        I don’t blame you though. I figure it’s Disqus.

        • I tried a different module on the right side bar. Is it better for you?

          • The Raven

            It’s not the sidebar. They’re talking about the dark vertical stripe to the right of the gray area next to the sidebar. It is at the very edge of the screen on the right side. That stripe is a scroll bar. The bar itself in that dark stripe is black.

          • Huldah

            Yes it seems easier to control. Thanks. Still not the easiest to see. Did someone say I could adjust the color scheme to white myself? I do wish they had those arrows at the top and bottom to scoot up and down short controlled bursts.

            • Jamie Mac

              The arrow at the bottom simply navigates you back to the top quickly. It uses a marker/href in the page to do so. What you suggest is easy to do but I think it would require a source code change 🙁

            • Huldah

              The arrow on most websites just inches you up or down a little. You just double click on the bar to go to the bottom. In Word there are two types of arrows. On jumps you to the bottom. At least on my version of Windows.

              The Disqus design may look more sleek, but it’s not very user friendly.
              I don’t know what Robert can change of that, but I wonder how many Disqus users hate it cause I sure do. But I only use my computer on occasion. I mainly use my phone.

              Guess I should just be happy someone invented the internet and not expect perfection. Problem is I’m a spoiled American. ??

            • Jamie Mac

              Hi Huldah, hopefully I can help Robert make the scroll bar more visible and that at least should help a little.

              You’ll have to wait for perfection until the new kingdom arrives . Let’s hope it is soon.:-)

            • Ken Rosenberg

              just make it black, leave the background gray.

            • Ken Rosenberg

              I absolutely hate the disqus interface.

            • Jamie Mac

              Hi Ken, did the fix Robert made make any difference to you.

            • Ken Rosenberg

              yes it did! great job! I can see my location on the page now.

            • Burt Reynolds

              Why can’t I see this on my iPad? Do I have to be a nerd to see it. I suppose that can be arranged…..

            • Jamie Mac

              Mr Burt ,how do you scroll about in the daytime if you cannot see the stroll bar?

            • Burt Reynolds

              In terms of scrolling, up down or sideways, I employ my index finger and swipe the screen. If I’m in the mood, sometimes I will use my ring finger, but this was frowned upon by the elders so I’m a little reluctant. Old habits die hard. Being ambidextrous I have at times, when holding a cup of tea in my right hand, used my thumb on my left hand to scroll down but for some reason, my iPad is not ambidextrous and responds mainly to my right hand. It must be a quirk of the electronic industry but the iPad does not recognise my right big toe, in preference to my left big toe. Thus I am able to have luncheon without having to stop reading this site. I must say they did not have this problem at our local synagogue. They just got the scrolls out and scrolled down to any verse with no problem at all, but on this iPad I can’t find any scrolls at all. As for the stroll bar you mention, I must admit that I do tend to wander about the Internet and occasionally stroll over to you tube, and sometimes have a drive around Alaska, or Moscow, on google street view….using my finger of course, not a stroll bar. Where do you scroll about in the daytime?

            • Jamie Mac

              Gosh Burt, I wish I knew how that mind of yours works, you venture off and return with everything neatly linked although tenuously at times but it all makes sense.

              Needless to say I really enjoyed that comment, very inventive.

              During the daytime, it’s my mind that generally scrolls around, normally thinking how on earth am I going to make into the kingdom.

            • Burt Reynolds

              I’m just plain crazy Jamie. I think I was born sane, but once I came to understand my family and the world as it stood, I rapidly came to my senses, my survival instinct switched on and I quickly came to the conclusion that crazy was the answer. I’ve never looked back. I shouldn’t worry about getting into the kingdom if I were you. The kingdom will come to you. Jehovah loves you. He’s not going to forget you. The instructions are simple. Love, love righteousness, seek first the kingdom (Jehovah) and all else will be added to you. If Jehovah did not mean it, he wouldn’t have said it would he? Mankind always likes to make his pathway difficult and complicate things. But are we going to have faith in what Jehovah says, or say to ourselves, no…it can’t be that easy. For certain there is a lot wrapped up in ‘seek first the kingdom’ but practicing love and looking for righteousness…? Can we really do more than that as dust upon the scales? Am I being complacent or realistic given what’s coming our way? Whatever, I just have faith in what was said, and to try my best. Think of all those seeking to get baptised into the watchtower…over a hundred and fifty questions? I wouldn’t stand a chance. I’d do better on University Challenge with Jeremy Paxman!

          • Jamie Mac

            Hi Robert, do you have access to the css of the scroll bar. If you do I can show you what you need to do to change the width and colour of the scroll bar and the scroller icon.

            I have just been playing around and I changed the colour of the scroller icon to a light grey which makes it a lot more visible and at the same time changed the width of the scroll bar.

            Before anyone asks how I did it, it would not be worth me showing you as it is only a temporary fix for the time the page is alive.

            • Jamie Mac
            • Okay, give me the code and I see what I can do

            • Jamie Mac

              I’ll email you later on this Robert

            • I fixed the scroll bar color thing. It was an option in the settings. I feel a little embarrassed that I had never noticed the scroll bar before. Hey, I notice other things though. ;~)

            • Jamie Mac

              I’m looking at the new version right now Robert, well done, that looks a lot better. I’m sure everyone will be pleased with the new version.

              We are all glad on this site that you do notice other things 🙂

            • Joseph S.

              Thanks for sticking to the meaty things, and not worrying about the trivial things like scroll down bars!
              Never hindered my search for the filet mignon!?

            • Jamie Mac

              Hi Joseph, make the most of your meaty diet. In days to come I have a feeling we are all going to be veggies ha ha !!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! 🙂 or :-(.

            • Richard Long

              If by veggies you mean grass and leaves! lol

            • Jamie Mac

              Hi Richard, radioactive grass and leaves, At least you will be able to spot them in the dark as they will be glowing.

            • Richard Long

              As will I, no doubt.

            • Jamie Mac

              Your up late over there . What time is it where you are?

            • Richard Long

              GMT -5 hrs.

              Re my schedule:

              The auto assembly plant I work at uses a 3 crew 4/10 schedule and I am on the crew that swings, FR & SA day shift to SU & MO night shifts. Very hard to regulate one’s sleep. But great for me, as many of my best friends seem to like in the UK. lol

            • Burt Reynolds

              I always wondered why you were up so early. I just presumed that the Americans worked a lot harder than we English. We don’t like work. It interferes with afternoon tea.

            • thanks

            • Richard Long

              I like the refinements!

          • Jamie Mac

            Robert, I think the sidebar which was in place before was better. Anyone else agree?

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