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Magenta

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I am not sure what happened there, though it does look like you tried to post an image, albeit incorrectly.

There are a few ways to insert an image into the message box ;) Most are quite simple :)

Simple does tend to confuse some people :giggle: I will try to explain in a non-confusing manner :D

One way to insert an image is to have it on your clipboard from some other source.
This means you have copied it and the file is ready to paste in.
To copy an image you must highlight it and then Ctrl + C. Paste is Ctrl + V
You can copy from an online source that allows hotlinking, such as media giphy or
ipinimg (there are others as well), or from a program where you have the image open.


Another way to insert an image is to use the icon (above the message box) designed for that purpose.
The icon looks like a mountain with a dot to the left of the peak (like a sun) and this icon is situated
centrally, between the emojis' icon and the insert link icon, which looks like two links from a chain.


When you click that icon, you can drop an image into the box of the app that opens,
or "click here" which redirects you to find the image file in your computer's file folders.
It is highly recommended that your images not exceed 1MB* in size in order for them
to display properly. Usually something between 300 - 700 pixels wide is sufficient.
If you need to resize your image, that can be done in Paint or if you upload online.


Uploading online is my preferred method of sharing images. I use postimages.org
because they are free, require no registration, will not delete your files, and give
multiple options on how to upload and share. Using the direct link is best :)


*error corrected
 
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received this email today, looks as if the anti vaxers might be right after all.

Does this doctor come across as someone holistic, naturopathic medicine man who is considered to be full of MISinformation? Do you see any reason whatsoever that this kind of information should be censored by social media other than it ‘conflicts’ with the narrative that vaccines are the answer, as ‘break throughs’ of those who have been vaccinated are growing. This man’s frustration can be heard in his testimony….time to take away the power of censorship from these Big Tech monsters of propaganda which has cost billions of lives throughout the world! There IS a proven treatment for this virus IF those who have contracted the virus are treated in the early stages of infection. Money and power are driving this virus! Prepare for another ‘lockdown’ since clearly they did not destroying enough of the middle class the first ‘go around’!


Subject: Peter McCullough, MD testifies to Texas Senate HHS Committee
 
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received this email today, looks as if the anti vaxers might be right after all.

Does this doctor come across as someone holistic, naturopathic medicine man who is considered to be full of MISinformation? Do you see any reason whatsoever that this kind of information should be censored by social media other than it ‘conflicts’ with the narrative that vaccines are the answer, as ‘break throughs’ of those who have been vaccinated are growing. This man’s frustration can be heard in his testimony….time to take away the power of censorship from these Big Tech monsters of propaganda which has cost billions of lives throughout the world! There IS a proven treatment for this virus IF those who have contracted the virus are treated in the early stages of infection. Money and power are driving this virus! Prepare for another ‘lockdown’ since clearly they did not destroying enough of the middle class the first ‘go around’!


Subject: Peter McCullough, MD testifies to Texas Senate HHS Committee
Satan will not stop until he has completely set the stage for the anti-christ to sit on God's throne, pretending to be God. There is no turning back at this point.
 
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forgot to mention, in the several videos by md's touting early treatment none have said the vaccine was dangerous or useless but mentioned it was useful.
 

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my personal opinion is that these vaccines, far from being the answer, are going to ultimately be the problem...perhaps bigger than Covid itself. as is being said, those who are supposedly protected with their vaccines are getting Covid and not just here and there but large populations.

  • In the U.K., symptomatic COVID-19 cases among “vaccinated” individuals have risen 40% in one week, reaching an average rate of 15,537 new infections a day being detected. Meanwhile, symptomatic COVID-19 cases among the unvaccinated has declined by 22% and is now at a current daily average of 17,588
  • This suggests the wave among unvaccinated has peaked and that natural herd immunity has set in, while “vaccinated” individuals are actually becoming more prone to infection
  • Data show countries with the highest COVID injection rates are also experiencing the greatest upsurges in cases, while countries with the lowest injection rates have the lowest caseloads
  • 100 fully injected crew members had tested positive onboard the British Defense aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth. The Navy ship has a case rate of 1 in 16 — the highest case rate recorded. This suggests vaccine-induced herd immunity is impossible, as these injections apparently cannot prevent COVID-19 even if 100% of a given population gets them
  • It is mathematically impossible for COVID shots to eliminate SARS-CoV-2 infection. The four available COVID shots in the U.S. provide an absolute risk reduction between just 0.7% and 1.3%. Meanwhile, the noninstitutionalized infection fatality ratio across age groups is a mere 0.26%. Since the absolute risk that needs to be overcome is lower than the absolute risk reduction these injections can provide, mass vaccination simply cannot have a favorable impact
Even Complete ‘Vaccine’ Coverage Won’t Stop Infections
July 14, 2021, BBC News reported19 100 fully injected crewmembers had tested positive onboard the British Defense aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth. It’s unclear whether any of them actually have symptoms. According to British defense secretary Ben Wallace, mitigation efforts include mask wearing, social distancing and a track and trace system. He made no mention of actual treatment for acute infection.

Other warships are also reporting onboard outbreaks, although Wallace did not offer any details about them. The fleet is currently in the Indian Ocean and plans to continue the 28-week deployment, with Japan as their destination. BBC News said the queen and prime minister had been onboard the flagship shortly before it sailed.

This case offers a sobering view into the effectiveness of these gene modifying shots, as the HMS Queen Elizabeth now has a case rate of 1 in 1620 — the highest case rate recorded so far, that I know of. Yet 100% of the crew has been double-injected. This tells you that the vaccine-induced herd immunity narrative is a fairytale. These injections apparently cannot prevent COVID-19 even if 100% of a given population gets them!
I'm not sure about this. I skimmed through the article and got the points that the vaccinated are experiencing higher rates of infection. But, here in the US, the spikes in infection rates are in the unvaccinated camp, to the tune of about 97% of all new cases. That is an argument for the vaccine.

Now, I'm still not getting it, but you can certainly make a case for it.
 

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forgot to mention, in the several videos by md's touting early treatment none have said the vaccine was dangerous or useless but mentioned it was useful.
There are doctors who've criticized the severity of the anti-covid measures, but YouTube and Facebook delete those doctors' videos. So, we're not getting the entire story.
 

Gojira

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Satan will not stop until he has completely set the stage for the anti-christ to sit on God's throne, pretending to be God. There is no turning back at this point.
Of course he won't stop. He doesn't need sleep (as far as we know), and is on a perpetual war footing. We need to be, too. But, if we take the tack that it's all over, then we allow things to happen that may not need to happen.

I say that we push back -- spiritually, politically, personally -- until it's clearly and definitely here. And then, we make the SOB's life miserable.

Until then, we do not know God's timetable, and there have been plenty of authoritarian movements in the past that looked like the rise of the beast. They weren't. Assume nothing other than that we do not know the day or hour. Until then, we push for the good in society as much as possible.
 
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I'm not sure about this. I skimmed through the article and got the points that the vaccinated are experiencing higher rates of infection. But, here in the US, the spikes in infection rates are in the unvaccinated camp, to the tune of about 97% of all new cases. That is an argument for the vaccine.

Now, I'm still not getting it, but you can certainly make a case for it.
Seriously, how many people who are not taking the poison are being tested? Do you actually believe these statistics?
 
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Of course he won't stop. He doesn't need sleep (as far as we know), and is on a perpetual war footing. We need to be, too. But, if we take the tack that it's all over, then we allow things to happen that may not need to happen.

I say that we push back -- spiritually, politically, personally -- until it's clearly and definitely here. And then, we make the SOB's life miserable.

Until then, we do not know God's timetable, and there have been plenty of authoritarian movements in the past that looked like the rise of the beast. They weren't. Assume nothing other than that we do not know the day or hour. Until then, we push for the good in society as much as possible.
Do you really believe you have the power to allow things to happen? I don't disagree with pushing back, but in the end, God will decide what happens, not us. The good of society sounds nice, but this earth is not my home, and I have very little invested in it. I would much rather be apart from the earthly tent and in the presence of the Lord. You?
 

Gojira

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Seriously, how many people who are not taking the poison are being tested? Do you actually believe these statistics?
Yes. For now. Bill O'Reilly is the source, and I have no reason to mistrust him.

We should all be more attached to the truth than to a preferred narrative. The truth can only be revealed if we're open to hearing what everyone has to say about something -- not just those we agree with.

I do not know what's happening in the UK. I don't have enough info except for the stuff quoted here. I do believe though that the American infection rates are spiking mostly among those who've not gotten vaccinated. I'm still not getting it, as there are ways to treat this bug that don't require an experimental substance attaching itself to my DNA.
 
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Yes. For now. Bill O'Reilly is the source, and I have no reason to mistrust him.

We should all be more attached to the truth than to a preferred narrative. The truth can only be revealed if we're open to hearing what everyone has to say about something -- not just those we agree with.

I do not know what's happening in the UK. I don't have enough info except for the stuff quoted here. I do believe though that the American infection rates are spiking mostly among those who've not gotten vaccinated. I'm still not getting it, as there are ways to treat this bug that don't require an experimental substance attaching itself to my DNA.
You should mistrust ALL media. Take my husband and I as examples. Neither of us has taken the poison or ever been tested. Nor will we be. Use your common sense. Don't listen to talking heads.
 

Gojira

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Do you really believe you have the power to allow things to happen? I don't disagree with pushing back, but in the end, God will decide what happens, not us. The good of society sounds nice, but this earth is not my home, and I have very little invested in it. I would much rather be apart from the earthly tent and in the presence of the Lord. You?
Well this is why I said, "...until it's clearly and definitely here."

Secondly, if you're too heavenly minded, than you're no earthly good.

The church in pre-Nazi Germany did nothing. Looked what happened. Was Hitler the beast? No.

The American church started the anti-slavery movement in the US. Imagine if they had "very little invested in" the good of society?

Christian men secured our religious liberty here through great personal sacrifice. They attributed that victory to God. Imagine if they had very little invested in this life?

We can walk and chew gum at the same time. We can long for home, but we are not here so that we can invest very little. We are salt and light for a reason.
 

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You should mistrust ALL media. Take my husband and I as examples. Neither of us has taken the poison or ever been tested. Nor will we be. Use your common sense. Don't listen to talking heads.
Well, that implies that everyone in every media outlet is lying. That's judgmental, unfair, and possibly a disservice to you.
 
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Well this is why I said, "...until it's clearly and definitely here."

Secondly, if you're too heavenly minded, than you're no earthly good.

The church in pre-Nazi Germany did nothing. Looked what happened. Was Hitler the beast? No.

The American church started the anti-slavery movement in the US. Imagine if they had "very little invested in" the good of society?

Christian men secured our religious liberty here through great personal sacrifice. They attributed that victory to God. Imagine if they had very little invested in this life?

We can walk and chew gum at the same time. We can long for home, but we are not here so that we can invest very little. We are salt and light for a reason.
That saying, "if you are too heavenly minded then you are no earthly good" is not of the Lord. If it's not of the Lord, well you know where it comes from. The Lord tells us to keep our eyes on Him.. at all times.

Men fought for freedom .. it had little if anything to do with God.

Are you just all about platitudes? Seriously, it's boring.
 
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Well, that implies that everyone in every media outlet is lying. That's judgmental, unfair, and possibly a disservice to you.
Everyone in the media is fed what they are to say. They say what they are told to so. They very well may believe the bs they say.. but we know it's bs.
 

Gojira

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Everyone in the media is fed what they are to say. They say what they are told to so. They very well may believe the bs they say.. but we know it's bs.
This is not provable. Unless you have damning facts against every single journalist in the US. Do you? Otherwise, other than your emotions, what are you basing this on?

Now I believe this applies to some or even most out there. I mean, 10 news personalities will use the same phrase on a single topic. For example, the term "constitutional crisis" was used at least 10 times by those criticizing Trump's unwillingness to appear before the House during their impeachment inquiries. It wasn't a constitutional crisis, but they all parroted the same phrase.

Same for "dog whistle". Lord I am sick of that one.

But, this does not mean no one can be trusted. Otherwise, how do you know the stuff you're reading to back up your case that the vaccines are poison aren't also lying?
 
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This is not provable. Unless you have damning facts against every single journalist in the US. Do you? Otherwise, other than your emotions, what are you basing this on?
Hey, knock yourself out if you want to believe the lamestreammedia. Me, I'll just trust the Lord.
 
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You're obviously trusting all of the media outlets telling you the vaccines are bad.
I don't watch, listen to or read any media outlets. I just have God-given common sense. But, if what you believe makes you feel better, don't let me stop you.
 

Gojira

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I don't watch, listen to or read any media outlets. I just have God-given common sense. But, if what you believe makes you feel better, don't let me stop you.
Oh I'm not. But, does not the book of Proverbs tell us that there is sound direction in the counsel of many?