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Cumbria Churches

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Community

Jesus said, “For where two or three come together in my name, there am I with them." Matt 18:20

CARLISLE churches

Bless those who persecute you; bless

and do not curse.

Romans 12:14

 

Jesus said

Love your enemies, bless them that curse you, do good to them that hate you, and

pray for them which spitefully use you,

and persecute you;

Matthew 5:44

 

A boulder of blessings replaces the Cursing Stone. A romantic winter’s tale that ends in blessings and a happy ending for Cumbria.

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Boulder of Blessings

The County of Cumbria is under a curse. Unless what has been done, is undone the county which includes the City of Carlisle will continue to be visited by extraordinary evil.

 

At the time of the Millennium the City of Carlisle officials decided to mark the occasion with a Millennium Project.

 

There was to be no mention of Jesus. Instead the intention was to create glass pyramids, place a pagan god on the city’s Millennium Logo and place a massive Cursing Stone in a subway that celebrated the evil Border Reivers. A curious alignment of coincidences also came into being.

 

Those bold enough to question, or oppose aspects of the project were ridiculed, misrepresented, abused and at least two people were threatened. The editor of Bound Together informed officials and many church leaders that such a project would offend God and there would be consequences. A series of extraordinary deaths, disasters and destruction began to occur when the project was completed.

 

Today, almost dead centre of the City of Carlisle there sits a Cursing Stone. The Cumberland News reported that it was a Christian curse. Curiously, the Cumberland News failed to report that the face on the Millennium Logo was a pagan god. The editor of Bound Together had to make it known. The Cumberland News and its sister papers were all pro the project in their reporting. Especially in their presentations on the ‘letters’ pages.

 

Church leaders were too frightened to boldly speak out against aspects of the project for fear of being ridiculed. The few who did, failed to mobilise the other leaders who were happy to walk by on the other side.

 

So why the ‘Boulder of Blessings’ title? The officials would not provide the money for anything other than a Cursing Stone. The Stone became a boulder of blessings for the people associated with designing, creating and defending the Cursing Stone. They have found favour by powerful players who wanted a Cursing Stone to justify the use of curses. However, the Cursing Stone is an offence to God and in the long term there will be consequences.

 

Meanwhile the county of Cumbria is in the shadow of the next calamity to come its way.

 

It is very unlikely and probably certain that no one involved in using occult non Christian items to celebrate the Millennium did so out of any evil intent. Man does a lot of dumb things. Another dumb thing is to ignore the message on this page.

 

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Here is a prayer to protect yourself.

 

In Jesus name and by the power of the Holy Spirit and for the glory of God I reject all curses and words of ill intent, gossip, slander and self righteousness that have been spoken, written or thought about me (or those I love). Such, words and thoughts have no hold on me or any power over me and I bind their evil intent and cast it into hell. Now, I bless those who curse me, hate me, spitefully use me and persecute me and I ask the Father to bring such people into a saving relationship with Jesus Christ and that they are enlightened into love by the power of the Holy Spirit.

The reasons why Carlisle’s Millennium Project has and will cause death, disaster and destruction are almost unbelievable. The facts are astonishing. The secrets kept from the citizens are disturbing.

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