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The Upside Down Rainbow illustrated by Ava

Listen to the Podcast here! The Upside Down Rainbow

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I was looking into the sky the other day and I thought wow, this rainbow is really upside down isn’t it. Now I obviously know that the rainbow above the ground is seen as a hallo, but now I am seeing it below the ground from here in Arizona.

People say there’s nothing magically about rainbows, it’s all science.

Since when did science stop becoming the amazement factor and why does anyone ever consider this a point to take away from God as our creator? The science behind how God made things has always been there, we are the ones discovering it, not creating it.

This got me thinking about the symbolism of the upside-down rainbow.

The word Rainbow appears only 6 times in the Bible.

3 times it’s mentioned in the first book of the Bible Genesis chapter 9

Ezekiel was a prophet whose time overlapped with Daniel & Jeremiah. He has a vision of the throne of God, this is actually how God inaugurated him into the office of prophet, he sees Jesus, “Above the vault over their heads was what looked like a throne of lapis lazuli, and high above on the throne was a figure like that of a man. I saw that from what appeared to be his waist up he looked like glowing metal, as if full of fire, and that from there down he looked like fire; and brilliant light surrounded him. Like the appearance of a rainbow in the clouds on a rainy day, so was the radiance around him. This was the appearance of the likeness of the glory of the Lord.” That’s in Ezekiel Chapter 1. You might want to go read it and try to picture what he saw.

Then the rainbow is introduced once again in the Book of Revelations, this same throne is described in Revelations 4:3, “And the one who sat there had the appearance of jasper and ruby. A rainbow that shone like an emerald encircled the throne.”

I’ve heard Christian mythological explanations of the rainbow that were cool visuals.

One story says If God were pulling back on an arrow in his wrath, the rainbow is a reminder that after the flood of all mankind except for Noah and his family, God placed the arch of the rainbow in the sky, to point towards heaven, he did not pull the bow towards people, rather himself. This was a promise to us, and that’s what we usually see is this beautiful rainbow,

Jesus comes and takes that wrath right!

Now check it out, here we see him in the End of the book clothed in this rainbow!

Revelations 10:1, “Then I saw another mighty angel coming down from heaven. He was robed in a cloud, with a rainbow above his head; his face was like the sun, and his legs were like fiery pillars.

The rainbow is a promise in the beginning, and a fulfilled promise in the end! How awesome is that.

I think the symbolism of this upside-down rainbow, which is actually our ability to see the halo affect of the rainbow is just how close we are getting to see Jesus.

It made me think that the bow has turned back around? That his wrath has once again flipped. This time we read that the earth will not be destroyed by a flood again,

2 Peter 3:10  ”But the day of the Lord will come like a thief. The heavens will disappear with a roar; the elements will be destroyed by fire, and the earth and everything done in it will be laid bare.”

This sounds like a very bad nuclear war, asteroids, or volcanos, it could be many disastrous things but listen, for those who accept Christ

1 Thessalonians 5:9 “For God did not appoint us to suffer wrath but to receive salvation through our Lord Jesus Christ.”

Years ago I had a vision that rainbows started popping up all over in the sky and I knew in my spirit that it was time, Jesus was about to return, the time was finally up. My spirit leap with joy knowing he was going to return. The time is getting closer my friends.

If you haven’t met the rainbow maker, you can do that right where you are in this very moment.

Let’s pray,

Dear Jesus, I accept you as my savior, you are the rainbow maker. I’m so glad science is able to explain to me your wonderous ways. Help me not to doubt you. Bring me signs and strengthen my faith. In Jesus name, Amen.


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God Save the Queen

Revelation 19:16

On his robe and on his thigh he has this name written: king of kings and lord of lords!

God Save the Queen.

In a parable like fashion, the scriptures tell us that the church is likened to God’s wife and therefore we are a Queen in waiting. Yet, we have forgotten our sense of duty to God’s Kingdom and instead, we seek pleasure at all cost. I was an exotic dancer for over 13 years. There was a brief time when I made nearly $4,000 a night. But God had my life marked (thanks to my momma and her request for so many prayers). So did the strip clubs “house mom”. Within a very short time, this door with raining money behind it slammed shut and locked me out. Our loving Lord has taken a moral and legal obligation, he has sworn an oath to Himself a Kingdom of truth and Love in purity to bless me with His duty. Duty is defined as a moral or legal obligation; a responsibility, a task or action that someone is required to perform. He loves me so much, that he refused to allow me to give away my royalty, my title, and my value. God held himself to a sense of duty to His Kingdom and to answer my mother’s prayers (RIP GG). Door after door shut and now, after full surrender and many years, I find myself here… talking to you and filled with peace. God can do the same for you as He did for me. Trust him to close doors because He loves you. Listen to the podcast God Save the Queen!

Queen Elizabeth II poses with the royal sceptre 02 June 1953 after being crowned solemnly at Westminter Abbey in London. Elizabeth was proclaimed Queen in 1952 at age 25. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images)

Queen Elizabeth II poses with the royal sceptre 02 June 1953 after being crowned solemnly at Westminter Abbey in London. Elizabeth was proclaimed Queen in 1952 at age 25. (Photo credit should read STF/AFP/Getty Images)

audio clips from The Crown, a Netflix series – there is no affiliation with Breadcrumb Ministries

It’s a great series!

 

 

Matthew 19:10-12

Isaiah 62:5

1 Samuel 8

 


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Love & Seinfeld

Jesus FishLove & Seinfeld

Find out in this episode how Love is also about being truthful about Christianity

 

 


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Getting Entangled in the World – It’s not what you think!

entangled heartAs Christians, we have no choice but to get entangled into the systems of our world. Of course we can TRY to go “rogue” and live off on our own but we will inevitably find ourselves still answering to those governments of authority, the politics of our workplace, and the means by which we travel, buy and sell through the systems in which we live. It’s a novel idea to think that one will be left unscathed. Jesus (guiltless), was also entangled in the world, one filled with the corruption of religion and politics. Ultimately he would lay down his life as he had willingly become entangled by its rules and consequences.

So what do you think was the point by going about saving the world this way? While innocent, Jesus allowed himself to be caught in the system but why did he choose to submit to the process? Why didn’t he just crack the sky open and make an announcement “obey me I am God”? Here’s a thought, it’s because this is where his children live, die and love! This is where we are, he came to walk with us and save us. He wanted to stand face to face, eye to eye, heart to heart to prove his love for us. Philippians 2:5-8 “In your relationships with one another, have the same mindset as Christ Jesus: Who, being in very nature God, did not consider equality with God something to be used to his own advantage; rather, he made himself nothing by taking the very nature of a servant, being made in human likeness. And being found in appearance as a man, he humbled himself by becoming obedient to death—even death on a cross!”

So the next time that self-important thought comes to mind that you are better than the entangled system you find yourself in (and maybe you really are, Jesus was) instead of picking up attitude and haughty eyes…humble yourself, take a deep breath and ask Jesus what he wants from you during the process. God is less focused on your occupation as he weights your heart’s disposition. He is less impressed by your accomplishments and is much more concerned with your relationships. And just maybe where you are caught is more about who you are caught with. Trust Him. Submit to the Process!


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Is Kim Davis a Christian hero?

What do you think? Is Kim Davis a Christian hero?

I recently read an opinion article comparing Kim Davis likened to Martin Luther. First, Martin Luther was a religious figure, he taught at a religious institute and was taken before a religious board for heresy. He challenged the Universal Catholic Church’s beliefs on the practice of selling indulgences as its major source of revenue. To purchase indulgences from the Catholic Church would grant you pardon from certain sins and the law was enforced by the Roman Empire. Martin Luther risked his life and fled execution to challenge the church on it’s beliefs and is considered one of the founders of the protestant movement making him a Christian hero.

I don’t think his battle with the church comes close in comparison to Kim Davis who is refusing to sign gay marriage licenses based on her legal religious beliefs. While I am no judge of Kim Davis true intentions, or her heart before the Lord, I suggest a different perspective. Let me share with you a Bible story and you can decide, is Kim Davis a Christian hero??