Christian Freedom!

The book is free. The material is directly related to our current events. You are currently being enslaved. Learn to be free.

Christian Freedom! 2015-2-1

If you want the latest draft of the book, I am keeping an open source of it at https://github.com/WithoutSin/ChristianFreedom/blob/master/Readme.md

NOTE: Updated Github Link

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What is going on with Crypto?

Re-pub from my Steemit account.

The 4 primes are HODL, in my not so meek opinion.

Their bounce is from investors trying to figure out how to flip coins on a slow network. The Plus side, the prices have stayed low-ish due to transaction times taking long. So the window of opportunity to buy is still good. Though I am in a 50/50 on buying BCH and BTC, since they are playing on each other, and BCH is slowly gaining. ETH is still a wildcard to me, because the commodity market adoption in the largest markets is still muted. Once they take off in the US their prices will jump.

The big suppressor is the constant promise of congress to interfere with the freemarket that the cryptos have established.

If their is any REAL threat, I will convert to gold, and hide it.

Don't run people's lives

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I am still under the curse of FB addiction

For a brief moment, which turned out to be 2 hours, I hit FB to clear my messages. After 2 hour I realized that I had started to fall back into my negative pattern.

The whole celebration of being without FB is that FB was feeding the wrong emotional beast in me.

By now you have heard about the Native American Indian story about the two wolves. One that cares for its pack, and provides loving protection and warmth for them. The other which is scary, wanders alone, nips at heals, and picks fights with all of the other pack members.

The lean an gaunt wolf has the weakest impact on the pack’s life. The well fed and strong wolf becomes the alpha, and the whole pack follows. So which wolf do you feed?

That is the nature of FB to me. Almost every time I sign into FB I feed the wrong wolf. How about you? Which wolf do you feed? Mostly, I suspect that the wrong wolf is being fed.

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Went back to FB and realized that it was a mistake.

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A letter to my lesser self for 2018

A message to O Man.

I see you O man, sitting there beaming with your own delight over that which you had nothing to do with.

What you may ask could I be talking about?

You were with an affliction, one that would not heal, and you bellowed and wailed all night and day, then God healed you.

While in your private life, you profusely thanked God, day and night, keeping such healing a secret. But your friends and family knew of the affliction.

They knew that you appeared as a godly man, espousing his riches and his promises in the day, and cursing your own body at night. You would wear the mask of a holy man, without blemish in the sun, but in the shadows you would fight by your own hand and labor over the affliction.

O man, how your labors were in vain. How your toiles were of no use, and in the end you collapsed into a crying despair. You blubbered as a little child before God, reciting partial hymns and broken bits of Psalms, choosing them as if they were spells and magic, rather than finally turning to the living fountain of living waters that is Elohim, The All Mighty God.

O man, your prayers were heard, and answered. You were relieved of your burden of the affliction, and yet, publicly you lied, not once, or twice, but dozens upon dozens of times. You hid the glory of God from your lips, and the praise for your healing from your tongue, that other would find comfort in your words. The words that are the evidence of the Living God. The Father of His chosen people. The God who is El Shaddai, God Almighty!

But you hid him from people that you fear their ridicule. You hide his word from their ears because they might turn from you as a stranger would from an insane man. You fear being alone.

How can a God, who is so gentile, and loving, to remove such a minor affliction when you finally turn to Him decide to not take care of you in all things as he has promised.

O man, you are a fool. You have proven to you again and again the authority of Adonai, the Lord, and yet you still walk as those who are amongst the dead. You feet have no life and stumble, because they are on broken ground that can hold no support. O man, turn from such pettiness, and return to Elohim, that you may walk on the Rock, that he provided, which has the clear path, and can hold many supports to make your walk strong.

I now warn you O man, as I turn from this mirror, God’s patience is great, but time will run out, and your fruit that you bear will be all you have at the harvest.

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Life without FB, the continuing life saga

Where I am at in my adoption of life without FB.

Several days have passed since my account was blocked and closed. I still have those cognitive slips where I am about to log into FB and find out that I can’t, app uninstalled or site blocked.

The other thing that is happening is that I find myself on LinkedIn more, because I feel detached from everything. I mean this is a major source of loneliness that is creeping in. I didn’t realize how much FB was acting as a surrogate person until now. I think that this means that I have to go find people to hang with. When I am with people who energize me, rather than drain me, I lose interest in FB.

The other thing I have noticed is that I am ness mood swingy than before. A LOT less negative news, and a lot less violent records coming to my forethought from news articles.

My time is so far being filled with more Gospel and Heroes of the Storm. Yay HOTS. But even then, it has become so unfulfilling. I think it has always been unfulfilling, but now it is obvious that it was another surrogate.

Everything is vanity

Because I feel more disconnected than usual, I feel like everything means less to me. That is a very nihilistic pattern is seeping into my mind. The only thing that seems to hold any virtue or reality to me are the teachings of Adonai (Elohim, YHWH) and Yeshua (Jesus).

Today my reading went from Joshua through to David. Tomorrow my reading will be a lot longer. 😁

Mental state

I think I am actually happier. I mean the world doesn’t feel like it is coming crashing down on me. I don’t feel like I need to fear cops coming and bash in my door because they got the wrong address on a warrant. I don’t feel like I am completely under prepared for a disaster, like a 10.0 California Quake, because no one is, and if I survive, then I will be in better position than 90% of everyone. 😊

Also I got my employer to start building a plan to convert engineering to 100% telecommute. AZ here I come if that happens.

God bless.

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Ezekiel 10 observation

Here is chapter 10:

1 Then I looked, and behold, in the expanse that was over the heads of the cherubim something like a sapphire stone, in appearance resembling a throne, appeared above them. 2 And He spoke to the man clothed in linen and said, “Enter between the whirling wheels under the cherubim and fill your hands with coals of fire from between the cherubim and scatter them over the city.” And he entered in my sight.
3 Now the cherubim were standing on the right side of the temple when the man entered, and the cloud filled the inner court. 4 Then the glory of the LORD went up from the cherub to the threshold of the temple, and the temple was filled with the cloud and the court was filled with the brightness of the glory of the LORD. 5 Moreover, the sound of the wings of the cherubim was heard as far as the outer court, like the voice of God Almighty when He speaks.
6 It came about when He commanded the man clothed in linen, saying, “Take fire from between the whirling wheels, from between the cherubim,” he entered and stood beside a wheel. 7 Then the cherub stretched out his hand from between the cherubim to the fire which was between the cherubim, took some and put it into the hands of the one clothed in linen, who took it and went out. 8 The cherubim appeared to have the form of a man’s hand under their wings.
9 Then I looked, and behold, four wheels beside the cherubim, one wheel beside each cherub; and the appearance of the wheels was like the gleam of a Tarshish stone. 10 As for their appearance, all four of them had the same likeness, as if one wheel were within another wheel. 11 When they moved, they went in any of their four directions without turning as they went; but they followed in the direction which they faced, without turning as they went. 12 Their whole body, their backs, their hands, their wings and the wheels were full of eyes all around, the wheels belonging to all four of them. 13 The wheels were called in my hearing, the whirling wheels. 14 And each one had four faces. The first face was the face of a cherub, the second face was the face of a man, the third the face of a lion, and the fourth the face of an eagle.
15 Then the cherubim rose up. They are the living beings that I saw by the river Chebar. 16 Now when the cherubim moved, the wheels would go beside them; also when the cherubim lifted up their wings to rise from the ground, the wheels would not turn from beside them. 17 When the cherubim stood still, the wheels would stand still; and when they rose up, the wheels would rise with them, for the spirit of the living beings was in them.
18 Then the glory of the LORD departed from the threshold of the temple and stood over the cherubim. 19 When the cherubim departed, they lifted their wings and rose up from the earth in my sight with the wheels beside them; and they stood still at the entrance of the east gate of the LORD’S house, and the glory of the God of Israel hovered over them.
20 These are the living beings that I saw beneath the God of Israel by the river Chebar; so I knew that they were cherubim. 21 Each one had four faces and each one four wings, and beneath their wings was the form of human hands. 22 As for the likeness of their faces, they were the same faces whose appearance I had seen by the river Chebar. Each one went straight ahead.

I have noticed that these cherubim are described almost like drones with a carrier hook or clamp. I don’t mean this observation to be disrespectful, but I find it interesting that Elohim may be the first drone inventor and pilot. 😄

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Securing your base code for SPAs using ASP.NET MVC the easy way

For this you will only need 1 controller, and 1 optional view.

The controller is to provide routing details to the DB and feed back to the view. The optional view then embeds the host page internally, or the controller can just issue the page.

The purpose of this is to lock down your SPA pages from prying eyes if they don’t have rights to the page.

So you will have a routing table that maintains the security, and describes what happens to the route.

Example route mydomain.dom/SPAName/#Home

So in the ASP.NET routing we are getting “SPAName” which we can look up and see that it belongs to view “SPAName/home.html”. While we are looking this up, we can also the rights table, and see there is a right called “SPAName:true” with a tag called “Required”. So if the user who is logged in had the business rule of “SPAName”, then they have rights to get the page rendered to their browser.

Sample Table

ID RoutCommand SPAHost BusinessRequirement
11 SPAName SPAName/#Home Required:SPAName=true,

If you opt to not have a view, then just have the controller read and issue the HTML. By doing this you can manage your process to locking down the HTML, like storing it off the host server, or just outside of the public host space. You can even encrypt and decrypt the page prior to the view.

The goal here is to prevent those people who have no right to your page from getting access to your page.

Enjoy.

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