I have to ride for three hours to get to a spot where I get enough signal to get on the Internet. I do this because of a promise to a dear friend that I believe I will see again very soon. We made it to the contact point 10 days ago and to our surprise we found 38 people there. They came from all over the country having deciphered our code from the blog. They wanted to join us on our journey to Canada. After getting acquainted they made me the “trail boss” and so after assigning responsibilities to everyone in the group we headed off for the border. We even have a Pastor. He was still beating himself up for having a doctor's degree in theology and yet did not know Jesus as his Savior until 90% of his congregation disappeared in the rapture. I got him aside right off and told him to cut it out and step up and be the spiritual leader that he trained to be. Even the Apostle Paul was a doctor of the Law before he was saved. We crossed the border by night and saw no one. We are staying away from populated areas. Three of the people in our group raise horses and brought them along. Our little group has 15 horses now so Trigger has some company. We are made up of people between the ages of 13 and 70 all in relatively good health. All have unique stories as to why they were left behind and how they have survived the great tribulation. Pastor's story is my favorite.
The rivers have turned blood red and we had been melting snow for drinking water. The temperature has begun to rise and the snow is all gone now. For fear of sunburn and heat stroke we stay covered in the shade and sleep, doing our work at night. We have guns and are in such a remote area that we do not fear persecution. We hunt, cook, and eat during the night and sleep during the oppressive heat of the day. We filter and drink water out of a lake which is red and tastes like iron. The horses don't seem to mind drinking the water.
Since arriving in Canada we have not seen any people. We have looted some abandoned houses along the way and even came across a barn with enough hay for the horses. I have been persuaded not to feel guilty for looting. But there is one thing that I could not do and will not be talked into. There are some in our group that would not hesitate to kill “M's” if felt threatened. They reason that “M's” have no hope and their lives are not worth the loss of even one “S.” I must confess there is a part of me that agrees with that thought but the Bible says “Love your enemies” and “Turn the other cheek” so I encourage the group not to hate anyone. According to the Internet there is misery everywhere. “AC” is rallying everyone to go against Israel in one last great push to do them in forever. I have decided not to check the news anymore and just stay focused on prayer and waiting for the end. It keeps us busy just surviving and watching the eastern sky. Pastor, Bro. John as we call him, brings us lessons about the coming reign of Christ each morning right before sunrise. He has quickly gained our respect and confidence. The rest of us know almost nothing about the Bible.
I expect that this may be the last blog for a while if the darkness has anything to do with the lack of electricity. I will continue to write and will post later. We are surviving the heat and are watching for the coming of the LORD. There is pain coming to those who have the Mark. There is drought coming to those in the Middle East. There is the mother of all earthquakes coming to us all. We are going to watch for our Lord and when He comes we will be oh so ready.
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