Will you see the two moons?

In a word-nope. There are not two moons. There won’t be anything like that in the sky apart from an unpredicted supernova appearing near our almost full moon.

It’s a hoax. The original is from as far back as 2003 and while Mars did pass as close as it ever will back then, it still looked like it always does from Earth–a pale, orange dot about the size of a star. If Mars WERE to approach so close that it looked as large as the moon, it would be far too close for comfort. Something would be terribly wrong.

We are a gullible breed. We appear hungry for something really new and exciting, even if it is dangerous. The year 2012 provides all the uneasiness any of us could ask for. I’ve heard rumors of the magnetic poles switching, a rogue asteroid hitting us, tsunami, you name it, someone is out there predicting it. I’m not sure what I believe about it yet, except that December 21 of 2012 is really close to Christmas and I’ll be too busy to think about the end of the world.

I do know this: when I pray the Lord’s Prayer, I acknowledge that God’s reign is without question, and God’s will is paramount here in this life and world as it is in the Spiritual realm.

When you pray “Thy kingdom come, Thy will be done on Earth as it is in Heaven,” I hope you mean it.

For an easy to use work book on prayer, go see: www.therealprayer.com

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Published in: on August 27, 2010 at 10:49 am  Leave a Comment  
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