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On November 29, 2021 at 2:10 in the morning, I awakened from a highly disturbing dream of infiltration of the US military by Communist Red China.
In the dream, I was ministering to US Navy and the US Marine Corp personnel as an Army chaplain. In real life, I did this at various military installations. Also, after retirement I assisted the Command Chaplain of MCAS Miramar, Commander Don Biadog, at the main chapel there, with approval from the commanding officer.
In the dream, I had just recommended a Navy officer for promotion. Then I listened to a second Navy officer share some of his experiences in the Navy before and after he too was promoted. I listened intently. Then I met with Chaplain Don Biadog (now retired). In this dream, he had not yet retired. He was in his Navy white uniform and was about to leave for an appointment to meet with a Navy officer who had given him certification to publicly speak about China to the United States.
Artur Pawlowski, the Canadian preacher who has repeatedly made headlines for his defiant stance against COVID-19 restrictions and has faced subsequent arrests, reportedly scored a major legal victory last week.
Ezra Levant, founder of Rebel News, released a Nov. 25 video, announcing that "bizarre and unconstitutional provisions" slapped on Pawlowski, his brother, Dawid, and cafe owner Chris Scott, that restricted both speech and travel have been thrown out—at least for now.
These provisions reportedly required Pawlowski to state the Canadian government's preferred language and talking points after any COVID-19-related critique he made in public, The Christian Post reported.
In John 15:13, Jesus said, "Greater has no man than this: that a man lay down his life for his friend."
And while it isn't widely known outside of the little Michigan town of Oxford whether or not 16-year-old Tate Myre was a believer in Jesus, he did display Christlike actions on Tuesday that his fellow students will never forget. Myre was shot to death while trying to wrestle a 9mm Sig Sauer away from a schoolmate at Oxford High School that saw three students die and several others injured.
A junior and a running back on the football team, Myre died inside a patrol car as deputies rushed him to the hospital Tuesday afternoon. His fellow students confirmed that he was a "hero" in trying to disarm the gunman.
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