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There Are People In Florida Fighting Against What You Preach Against So Why Wouldn’t You Pray For Them And For The Hurricane To Spare Them And Their State?
Question: There Are People In Florida Fighting Against What You Preach Against So Why Wouldn’t You Pray For Them And For The Hurricane To Spare Them And Their State?
Donald Bohanon: First, let me start by sending my prayers and condolences to the people of Florida. I pray God will comfort and provide for them in these very difficult times. I also pray for all those who have lost loved ones. It’s a very sad situation to be sure. But the fact that a few people are fighting against the promotion of abominable sinful behavior in Florida doesn’t change the fact that tens of millions of people in Florida are practicing and promoting abominations.
This is the problem. When God gets angry it’s very difficult to reason with him. And make no mistake about it this Hurricane was an expression of his wrath. I prayed that they would be spared but I also prayed that his will be done. God will heed my prayers and others like me when you convince him you are serious about making changes through drastic action. God wants to see changes as a result of action. I’m convinced God is angry about what he sees. I wrote recently that we were reaching the point of no return and I really feel that.
That’s why it’s more important than ever to overturn the destructive immoral policies that are resulting in catastrophic plaques from God upon our country. I feel for all the people in this country and around the world who are going through similar weather-related issues.
But ultimately the only real solution will be to heed God’s warning and take action to overturn many of the destructive policies this administration and the administration before the last administration have implemented.
Or these things are sure to get worse as God gives his angels charge/ marching orders to heap mischiefs/calamity on America, and as we approach the coming great and terrible day of the lord, on other nations as well because of their abominable sins. And heap means unfortunately a lot of destruction and calamity by the way. I pray that God opens the eyes of everyone reading this and pushes them to take drastic action.
By the way, the plug and other device she’s talking about can result in you actually seeking out men for this kind of sexual stimulation. It can certainly act as a gateway to actual sex with multiple men. You can get so addicted to the perverse pleasure that you desire new and different forms of perverse pleasure and will go out seeking it from men and even women.
What she fails to understand is that this kind of sexual behavior can become very addictive and all-consuming because you are basically inviting demonic spirits of lust in to control you. Not to mention the addictive dopamine effect.
You can actually get to the point where you can’t go a day without being slutted out, as some men would say, and sexually violated by men in this way. You may gain a few moments of forbidden pleasure but your name and reputation will be wrecked for the rest of your life. Men talk, not as much as women obviously, but they do talk. And allowing yourself to be double penetrated by two men will spread like wildfire amongst men.
You can become so addicted to the behavior you will go to any lengths to satisfy it and in so doing essentially shred your reputation even more. Because the rumor of you having a train run on you by multiple men will spread like wildfire. It’s difficult for most men to establish a relationship with a woman who they know has had trains run on her.
Double penetration is a hard and high hurdle to overcome for most men. In terms of committing to a woman with that kind of sexual history. Most men would feel if you were allowing men to double penetrate you what’s stopping you from sucking on a penis if you have already joyfully and comfortably housed two whole penises together already, with a hankering for more?
And most men know if you were double penetrated there are probably a few instances of triple penetrations on your resume as well. Which would give most men even more of a sinking feeling in their gut because they would be convinced they couldn’t trust you because you have no control over your sexual desires.
And that puts them in a position where they could be hurt emotionally because of your promiscuity. So they are reluctant to get seriously involved. A man will sleep with you but he will be mindful to not allow himself to get emotionally involved for fear of being betrayed and hurt himself. I would classify it as the purest example of self-sabotage/self-destruction. Over time it can crush you emotionally and destroy your peace of mind, reputation, etc.
And make it virtually impossible or very difficult at the very least to find a meaningful relationship in the future. And the more worthless you feel the more susceptible to the behavior you will be. When your sense of self-worth is destroyed (and conducting yourself like this being sexually abused and violated by men or women in this fashion will destroy your sense of self-worth) it makes you more susceptible to the urges of self-destructive behavior. Because you feel like nothing and worthless. So why should you care?
But that’s a strategy of the devil to keep you enslaved to sin and wallowing in guilt and anguish. But you are of great value to God and he wants to give you a glorious mind-boggling future, full of unspeakable joy, limitless power, eternal life, the wealth of the universe, free of shame and guilt, etc, just by putting your trust in him by following what he commands in his word. Which produces happiness, joy, true freedom from the destructive clutches of sin, and a name and future so great and so bright that it dwarfs that of earthly kings and princes.
Question: Why Aren’t You More Open And Vulnerable? I Feel More People Would Gravitate To You If You Were More Open And Vulnerable.
Donald Bohanon: I would never open up in terms of revealing what my strengths and weaknesses are at such a wicked time where evil, lies, backstabbing, treachery, deceit, etc, abound. That’s absolutely ignorant in my opinion.
All you would be doing is giving your enemies ammunition to use against you. As a way to manipulate and destroy you. That way of thinking is for this comatose/woke generation that feels putting absolute faith and trust in men and women alone is the way to solve all of your problems. And doing things they wouldn’t normally do, or doing things they’re uncomfortable with, or things they know are wrong, to please others just to get along or be accepted.
And that’s a form of insanity in my opinion. I’m not with that open and vulnerable movement as a way to endear people to me and advance. What I can offer though is authenticity and truth. And if that doesn’t draw the people I’m not sure what will.
Question: How Can You Call Yourself A Christian And Not Support Immigration?
Donald Bohanon: I support legal immigration but I don’t support illegal immigration when it’s being used as a way to strengthen the democratic voting base as a way to win future elections. I’m not convinced compassion is the primary motivating factor for democrat politicians who support illegal immigration.
They also support other illegal activities and are obviously using illegal immigrants as pawns to secure political power. This is something I have been emphasizing for well over a decade. It’s not about compassion, but instead, about control for them.
They also support and promote abominations like homosexual and lesbian marriage. They are also in support of lax laws in relation to violent crime. It’s quite clear they are very selective in their hypocritical self-righteous condemnation of those who don’t support illegal immigration.
While they themselves are in support of abominable unbiblical behavior as well as the right to break and violate U.S. laws without regard or consequence. God’s word says man’s laws are to be followed and respected as long as they don’t conflict with God’s word. What is it about that part they don’t understand?
America is not equipped to house and feed the whole world. No one can honestly believe that, so they are either lying and have their own evil agenda. Or they are just blind and ignorant both of which should disqualify them from serving in any capacity as public servants.
Trying to feed and house the whole world would cause America to collapse. And a country that is in the midst of economic and social collapse is no good for anyone else either. If we couldn’t help ourselves how would we be able to help others? So what are they doing? Covertly working to undermine and destroy America or are they just that stupid? It has to be one or the other.
Both of which should disqualify them from holding public office. So I ask you again what the heck are they doing? Compassion I’m convinced is somewhere last on the totem pole in terms of importance for corrupt democrat politicians. It certainly can’t be about compassion when you have democrat governors and mayors saying send the illegal immigrants back after those illegal immigrants have been bussed to their states and cities. It’s easy to feign compassion when the problem is not directly affecting you.
I have nothing but deep compassion for illegal immigrants. Many of them are in terrible circumstances and I truly feel deeply for them. So it’s not my intention to trivialize the suffering they’re going through only to explain what I feel is one of the main reasons behind allowing illegal immigration. And that is in my opinion as a way for democrat politicians to increase their voting base as a way to secure power in future elections. To further advance their evil agenda.
I also feel they are offering sanctuary in many of these liberal cities because many sexual deviants ie homosexuals, bisexuals, lesbians, transgenders, and pedophiles, are in positions of power in those cities and will use that power and influence as a way to exploit the desperate needs of those poor immigrants to satisfy their consuming desire for perverted sexual gratification. That is something else I feel is being foolishly overlooked in all of this. I feel for all those illegal immigrants and pray God will protect, shelter, and feed them.
Question: Mr. Bohanon What Is Your Astrological Sign?
Donald Bohanon: Although I don’t place a lot of importance on it my sign is Virgo.
Puerto Ricans emerged to deal with catastrophic flooding and devastation after Hurricane Fiona left the tropical island on its knees once again as the death toll rises to two.
Horrific photos showed the island sinking into the muddy water as levels rise above the homes and cars. Residents were seen attempting to pick up the pieces and revive their homes after the worst of the storm passed into the Dominican Republic on Monday.
Puerto Ricans are still left without power as the storm moves away from the island with the death toll rising.
‘We are confirming these at this time because the institute of forensic sciences has a job to do,’ Gov. Pedro Pierluisi said, according to CNN. ‘Whatever death, whatever it is related directly or indirectly to this event, will be reported.’
One deceased person was identified as 72-year-old Isidro Quiñones. He was hit by a falling tree, according to local reports. There have been no missing person reports.
Puerto Rico will continue to experience heavy rainfall and some life-threatening flooding as the storm begins to subside. More than 1,000 people have been rescued from flood waters on the island.
‘The damages that we are seeing are catastrophic,’ said Pierluisi. ‘What we don’t want is loss of life.’
Meanwhile, the Dominican Republic will be battered with ‘extremely heavy rainfall’ today, in addition to winds as high as 90 mph, according to Eric Blake of the U.S. National Hurricane Center. Hurricane warnings are in effect for most of the eastern part of the DR.
President Joe Biden issued a message Monday to Puerto Rico: ‘We stand with you and we will get through this together.’ The president previously approved an emergency declaration in PR on Sunday.
About 90% of Puerto Rico (1.3 million people) remains without power currently, though 75% of the country’s cellular infrastructure is operational and hospitals in San Juan’s medical complex have power and patients are safe, according to a statement from the country’s Health Secretary.
Most of the island will likely not have power back for several days, according to authorities. The ports are closed and flights out of the main airport have been canceled. Public schools and government agencies were also closed Monday.
Nearly five years ago, Hurricane Maria devastated the same communities in Puerto Rico.
Puerto Ricans emerged to deal with catastrophic flooding and devastation after Hurricane Fiona left the tropical island on it’s knees once again
Horrific aerial footage showed the island many inches under water after the hurricane swept through the area
Many homes are left devastated after flooding consumed a majority of the island+35
The death toll has raised to two as of Monday evening. No missing persons have been reportedHurricane Fiona causes flooding across Salinas, Puerto Rico
Employees remove water from a hardware store after Hurricane Fiona passed through Puerto Rico+35
Some people made their way through the flooded streets of the Island on Monday +35
National Guards were seen rescuing a woman stranded in her house. Some residents were moved through the help of bulldozers
A National Guard member was seen walking through the streets searching for survivors in need. The water was up to his knees
The National Guard flocked to the streets to help those in need as the hurricane passed
People were seen wandering in the streets after the hurricane passed on September 19
Residents rested in a shelter after the hurricane passed
Residents affected by Hurricane Fiona rest at a storm shelter in Salinas, Puerto Rico, Monday, Sept. 19, 2022
A parking area is seen flooded outside the Roberto Clemente Stadium after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022.
Children played in a flooded street in the aftermath of Hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico September 19, 2022
A map representing the winds speeds of Hurricane Fiona. The eye of the storm, which hit both Puerto Rico and Dominican Republican contained winds with top speeds of more than 90 mph
Puerto Rico’s power grid remains extremely fragile after Hurricane Maria, which plunged the island into darkness nearly five years ago. That category 5 storm killed close to 3,000 people and left 1.5 million people without power. New York, New Jersey and California have dispatched first responders to Puerto Rico to aide with the initial post-storm care effort.
‘These rains will continue to produce life-threatening and catastrophic flooding along with mudslides and landslides across Puerto Rico,’ said the National Hurricane Center on Monday.
Fiona, currently a category 1 storm, made landfall in the Dominican Republic at 3.30am and is expected to weaken considerably as it makes its way through Hispaniola, the island split between the DR and Haiti.
No immediate reports of injuries have emerged from DR, but the storm brought down a number of power lines and billboards in the towns of Punta Cana, La Romana and El Seibo. About 800 people have been evacuated from high risk areas near rivers on the eastern part of the island.
The eastern part of DR is expecting as much as 15 inches of rain. Puerto Rico got nearly 30. Citizens in both places have largely been urged to remain in their homes, or if they are flooding, to seek higher ground.
Of now, Turks and Caicos is under a hurricane warning and the Bahamas could experience tropical storm conditions as soon as Tuesday, but the storm is, for now, projected to steer clear of Florida.
In the United States, the National Weather Service is warning anyone visiting the East Coast to be aware of potentially dangerous tide conditions caused by Fiona.
‘If you plan on visiting the beaches then pay attention to flags and follow the guidance of lifeguards and other local beach officials,’ said NWS in a tweet.
The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration is predicting an above-average hurricane season.
Fiona wrought ‘catastrophic’ damage to Puerto Rico Sunday, which continues to experience heavy rainfall on Monday. A home is submerged in floodwaters caused by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto Rico
A woman waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022, after the passage of Hurricane Fiona
Two women retrieve scattered items from around their damaged home in the low-income neighborhood of Kosovo in Punta Cana, Dominican Republic+35
A man used a walker on the beach as he braced for Hurricane Fiona to make landfall in Dominican Republic on September 18, 2022
Two young men walk with difficulty due to strong winds during the passage of Hurricane Fiona, in Nagua, Dominican Republic, 19 September 2022
A man waded through a flooded street in Nagua, Dominican Republic, on September 19, 2022+35
A man in Wheelchair looks at a flooded road after the passage of hurricane Fiona in Salinas, Puerto Rico, on September 19, 2022+35
Beach-goers caught the beginning of aggressive hurricane winds that whipped the island, causing significant damage
A man walked on a road flooded by Hurricane Fiona in Cayey, Puerto Rico, Sunday, Sept. 18, 2022
While residents are beginning to clean up as of Monday, Puerto Ricans have an immense amount of damage to clean up.
On Sunday, roads were turned into raging torrents while even newly constructed bridges following Hurricane Maria in 2017 were washed away.
The storm also washed away a bridge in the central mountain town of Utuado that police say was installed by the National Guard after Hurricane Maria hit in 2017.
Hurricane season runs from mid-August into early October with September, on average, the busiest month of the season.
So far half of all named storms this season have developed in September. Entire bridge washed away as Hurricane Fiona flooding
The numbers don’t portend well’: FedEx CEO believes a ‘worldwide recession’ is looming after company reported a sharp drop-off in shipping volume, sending its shares down 23%
- FedEx CEO Raj Subramaniam made the remarks in an interview on Thursday
- Company reported a sharp drop in global delivery business in recent months
- The shipper plans to slash costs by closing 90 locations and pausing hiring
- FedEx shares dropped sharply, opening down more than 23% on Friday
- World Bank also said the global economy might be inching toward a recession
PUBLISHED: 11:17 EDT, 16 September 2022 | UPDATED: 12:25 EDT, 16 September 2022
The CEO of FedEx has issued a grim warning, saying that he believes a worldwide recession is looming after the company saw a sharp decline in shipping volume in recent months.
In an interview with CNBC on Thursday, FedEx CEO Raj Subramaniam said ‘I think so’ when asked whether the economy is ‘going into a worldwide recession.’
‘But you know, these numbers, they don’t portend very well,’ added Subramaniam, who blamed the company’s dismal new profit projections on a broader decline in economic conditions.
Shares of FedEx plunged 23 percent at the opening bell on Friday, after the company said demand for shipping dropped sharply at the end of August and predicted that the slowdown would worsen in the current quarter.
In an interview with CNBC on Thursday, CEO Raj Subramaniam said ‘I think so’ when asked whether the economy is ‘going into a worldwide recession’+4View gallery
Shares of FedEx plunged at the opening bell on Friday, after the company said a global demand slowdown accelerated at the end of August
FedEx shocked Wall Street on Thursday by scrapping its earnings forecast for its current fiscal year, which it had issued less than three months ago.
In response to a sharp decline in business, the company said it will cut costs by closing over 90 FedEx Office locations and five corporate offices, pausing new hiring and operating fewer flights.
FedEx, based in Memphis, Tennessee, warned it will likely miss Wall Street’s profit target for its fiscal first quarter that ended August 31, and warned that business would likely weaken further in the current quarter.
‘Global volumes declined as macroeconomic trends significantly worsened later in the quarter, both internationally and in the US,’ Subramaniam said in a statement.
‘We are swiftly addressing these headwinds, but given the speed at which conditions shifted, first-quarter results are below our expectations,’ he added.
The warning from FedEx, considered a global economic bellwether, sent Wall Street’s main stock indexes lower on Friday.
FedEx shocked Wall Street on Thursday by scrapping its earnings forecast for its current fiscal year, which it had issued less than three months ago (file photo)
Adding to the somber mood, the World Bank said the global economy might be inching toward a recession, while the International Monetary Fund said it expected a slowdown in the third quarter.
World Bank Chief Economist Indermit Gill told reporters on Thursday he was concerned about ‘generalized stagflation,’ a period of low growth and high inflation, in the global economy.
Wall Street’s main indexes were trading at two-month lows on Friday, with the S&P 500 down 0.52 percent, at 3,880.95 — breaching the 3,900 level that traders considered a key support.
The benchmark index is now just 5.8 percent above its mid-June closing low, as a summer rally in Wall Street continues to unravel amid fears of steep increases in US interest rates and deterioration in earnings growth.
The US Federal Reserve is widely expected to deliver the third straight 75-basis-point rate hike at its policy meeting next week after recent data showed that inflation remains stubbornly high.
Overall annual inflation dipped to 8.3 percent on the year in August, down from its June highs, but so-called core inflation rose on the month, signaling that rising prices are spreading broadly through the economy and becoming more sticky.
Meanwhile the job market seems to remain surprisingly robust, clearing the way for further Fed rate hikes.
There were 11.2 million job openings at the end of July, with two jobs for every person seeking work.
A report from the Labor Department on Thursday showed initial claims for state unemployment benefits fell 5,000 last week, to a seasonally adjusted 213,000, in the fifth straight week of declining claims.
Despite the hand wringing about a possible recession next year due to higher borrowing costs, there has not been a surge in layoffs.
Economists say companies are hoarding workers after experiencing difficulties hiring in the past year, as people left the workforce in droves during the COVID-19 pandemic.