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About rtippett97

I have an ability to understand Nostradamus in a way that no one else can. I can translate and interpret what he wrote in the letters and verses of The Prophecies, in such a way that can be logically defended. That ability has led me to find that I am able to understand the books of the Holy Bible in ways I never imagined I could. None of this talent has come to me through educational institutions or seminaries, as everything dawns upon me. No one has taught me what I understand. My understanding is purely by divine assistance, which I did not seek to possess, but which I wholeheartedly welcome. Because I do not have this ability to keep to myself, I write freely about those translations and interpretations that come to me, so others may find how they too can understand how Nostradamus was a prophet of God and how Christianity is now failing Christ, just as the children of Israel failed God. Understanding what I have to offer is the only chance this world has for survival. If you would like to ask questions and take the time to seriously discuss this topic, feel free to send me an email or post a comment on one of my blog articles.

The Wilderness Experience

Luke 4:1-13 After his baptism, Jesus, full of the Holy Spirit, returned from the Jordan and was led by the Spirit in the wilderness, where for forty days he was tempted by the devil. He ate nothing at all during … Continue reading

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Nothing to see here. Move along.

Because the Epiphany is so misunderstood, with all kinds of wild theories about the visit of the Magi, I will not re-post my article written in January 2017. I have no immediate plans to post anything on any blog for … Continue reading

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A friendly reminder

Jesus spoke wisdom in the “sermon on the mount.” We call it that because Matthew wrote, “Now when Jesus saw the crowds, he went up on a mountainside and sat down. His disciples came to him, and he began to … Continue reading

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Honor your father and your mother

In Exodus 20, amid the listing of the first ten commandments sent by God through Moses, we find “Honor thy father and thy mother.” (Exodus 20:12)  The actual Hebrew states, “Kabed et abika weit immeka,” which literally states, “Honored is the … Continue reading

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Core Christian Values

A couple of days ago I did a search of the core values of Christianity.  As expected, there was a list of good things to do, each with a quote from Jesus to give it support.  Things like forgive others, … Continue reading

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Confirming new Christians

Last night my wife’s church had a confirmation service for several members who had taken lessons and done all that is required to become “officially” recognized by the Episcopal Church (Anglican Church of North America) as Christians.  The Bishop of … Continue reading

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Christians in the lions den

The administrators and satraps to the king made something up, which would put Daniel to the test, in the lions den. Those people did not think Daniel would pass the test, but he did. The result was they then were then tested, just as Darius had them thrown to the lions. Poor things, they were eaten before they hit the den floor. Continue reading

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