What does your Reflection say?

What does your life say about you?   Who or what are you emulating?  If someone looked into your life, what would they learn from your behavior? From your speech?  For the choices you make?

Humans by nature are constantly developing and learning from those around them.  We seek out those we want most to be like.  This begins from the earliest moments of our life as we observe our parents and siblings.  We imitate/emulate their expressions, their behaviors and their values.  As we mature we look for role models that align with our inner most desires and world view.

So, again, I ask you… what does your life reflect?  Who are you emulating?  If someone looked into your life what traits, characteristics, beliefs, actions, and values would they find?


  1. To strive to equal or excel, especially through imitation.
  2. To compete with successfully; approach or attain equality with.

Who or what is the your life modeled after?  Who or what do you aspire to be like?

Verily, verily, I say unto you, The servant is not greater than his lord; neither he that is sent greater than he that sent him. If ye know these things, happy are ye if ye do them. John 13:16-17

Are you a believer in the God of the Bible?   If so, does you life show evidence?  Below are the Traits and Characteristics of those who belong to GOD, and of those who belong to the Devil.   Take a look at it.  See how you measure up.  Whose traits are predominant in your life?

Children of GOD

Children of the Devil
Servant’s heart
lovers of their own selves,
disobedient to parents,
Without natural affection,
false accusers,
despisers of those that are good, 

lovers of pleasures more than lovers of God; 
Having a form of godliness, but denying the power thereof:

A nation is the sum of it’s parts.  There is no getting away around it.

When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn. Proverbs 29:2

While the USA was a predominantly Christian Nation, we lived in peace.  No, we were not a perfect nation.  Not everyone who lived in the USA in line with the will of GOD.  But, the majority, was at least trying.

Now, we have been invaded by foreigners.  They are taking over the land.  They have brought with them their pagan deities and their pagan practices.  THE EVIDENCE IS CLEAR AND IT SPEAKS FOR ITSELF.  Look at our nation it is in CHAOS.  ALL MORAL VALUES have been thrown in the dungheap.  NO ONE HAS RESPECT FOR ANYTHING OR ANYONE anymore.  LIFE, Life itself is considered as nothing.

In today’s society, idolaters are not afraid to openly declare their allegiance.  They are brazen and unabashed.

That is how we got to the place where something like this can happen:

Colorado’s New Law for Abortions Up to Birth Calls Women “Pregnant Individuals”

State  |  Steven Ertelt, Micaiah Bilger  |   Apr 5, 2022   |   10:28AM   |  Denver, Colorado


Legalizing abortions up to birth is absolutely evil, but Polis supposedly signed the bill to advance women’s rights.

“In the State of Colorado, the serious decision to start or end a pregnancy with medical assistance will remain between a person, their doctor, and their faith,” Polis said. “No matter what the Supreme Court does in the future, people in Colorado will have a right to choose.”

Yet the bill never mentioned the word women. In fact, the new law is a slap in the face to women, as it refers to them merely as “pregnant individuals.” As HotAir writer Ed Morrissey noticed:

The new law goes out of its way to pander to wokery, too. Its reference to “pregnant individual[s]” is both nonsensical and superfluous to a bill legalizing abortion until the final contractions. The words “woman” and “female” don’t appear once in the text of the bill, and the word “women” only appears in the citation of Dobbs v Jackson Women’s Health Organization, the case by which the Supreme Court might overturn Roe v Wade. For a law that supposedly involves removing oppression from women, females have been oddly erased from this issue in Colorado. As have babies, for that matter.

The law puts Colorado on par with the worst nations of the world when it comes to abortion.

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This law goes way beyond Roe or even Casey in its reaction to the potential reversal that may come in Dobbs. It strips rights from babies at all stages of pregnancy, even at viability, where Casey attempted to draw the line. It’s as radical an abortion-legalization law could be, on the extremes not just in the US but in the entire world, where only seven nations outstrip or match the US in abortion legalization — and that’s in the Casey context.

So congratulations, Colorado … you’ve put yourself on par with North Korea and China when it comes to human rights.

The new law declares abortion to be a “fundamental right” under state law and denies all rights and legal protections to any “fertilized egg, embryo or fetus” up to birth. It also prohibits cities and municipalities from banning abortions through local ordinances such as others have done through the Sanctuary City for the Unborn movement.

Pro-life leaders warned that the legislation also jeopardizes one of the only abortion regulations left in Colorado: its parental notification law for minors.

In March, Republican lawmakers fought against pro-abortion House Bill 1279 in record-long debates, but they did not have enough votes to block bill. Democrats control the Colorado Legislature by a strong majority, and the bill easily passed both houses in March.

Pro-life, Republican, evangelical Christian and Catholic organizations all urged lawmakers to reject the bill. These included Catholic Archbishop Samuel Aquila of Denver, who testified against the bill in a state Senate committee.

We take the gift of life seriously because each human being is a unique creation of God the Father,” Aquila said. “… The government’s only duty and task is to recognize the right to life and to protect life, if it is truly a just government.”

Students from Colorado Christian University also testified against the bill in front of a state House committee in March.

Each person is made in the image of God,” student Emily Downs told the committee. “We want to support everyone involved in this situation: baby, mom and dad.”

Democrats crafted the bill in response to the likelihood that the Supreme Court will overturn Roe v. Wade later this year and allow states to protect unborn babies from abortion again. They also expressed anger that Texas has been allowed to enforce its heartbeat law, which protects unborn babies from abortions once their heartbeats are detectable and already has saved thousands of lives.

According to the Colorado Catholic Conference, the law:

  • Allows on-demand abortion for the full 40 weeks of pregnancy;
  • Allows abortion discrimination based on sex, race, or disability;
  • Could remove the parent notification requirement if their minor has an abortion;
  • Enshrines in law that “a fertilized egg, embryo, or fetus does not have independent or derivative rights under” state law;
  • Prohibits regulation of abortion based on the health of the woman or her baby.

Colorado is very liberal politically, and pro-life advocates have had a difficult time passing any pro-life laws there. The state legislature even has rejected fetal homicide laws to punish criminals who kill unborn babies in situations unrelated to abortion.

It is one of the few states with no limits on abortions, and abortionists there openly advertise abortions in the third trimester. In 2020, state voters rejected a ballot measure that would have protected viable, pain-capable unborn babies by banning late-term abortions after 22 weeks of pregnancy.

Listen to me people, Hosea is an Endtime prophet.  If you are unfamiliar with the Book of Hosea, I strongly suggest you read it…read it to digest it.  There is a wealth of information for us today within it.

Each of the following articles are stuffed with information and truth, I recommend you read the entire articles by clicking the title link.  I have only pulled excerpts from each one for the purpose of this post. 

“We Become Like the God We Love and Serve”

Hosea 9:1-17

Hosea was a prophet for the people of Israel for over twenty-five years. During that span of time Israel was experiencing prosperity and enjoying the good life.

That wasn’t the problem. 

Israel had turned their focus off God and put their focus on the events and things that society was doing around them. They stopped loving and serving God and started loving and serving prosperity, fun, and enjoyment. 

Easy enough to do when most of the people around you are doing it. Most of the people around the Israelites were doing it too. 

When does compromise begin? 

Chapter 9 begins with Hosea reminding the Israelites that because of their compromise, judgement was on the way. 

The Israelites had bought into the idol worship around them.  They began practicing idolatry on the threshing floor, the place where grain was processed. Their neighbors did this and their harvest was helped, so it couldn’t hurt to give it a try, right? Like a slap in the face as far as God was concerned. The results would be a curse from God for their harvest and winepress. Neither would prosper. 

God had had enough. The Israelites weren’t listening to the prophet, they weren’t following what was written on the scrolls for guidance. They had made a covenant with God and forgotten all about it. 

So not only would God curse their grain and grape harvest, He would send them into exile where they wouldn’t have enough bread or food to sacrifice to the Lord because they would barely have enough to keep them from starving. 

Hosea’s prophecy continued in verses 5-9, to tell the Israelites not only were they going to be exiled but while in exile, since they did not honor the Lord during their feasts of plenty, they would not be able to honor the feasts while in exile. 

And what did Hosea hear back to his proclamation? Everyone called him a fool, as if he was crazy. Remember, Hosea was proclaiming these things during Israel’s time of prosperity and happiness. Repentance was the last thing on their minds and having it come up was scoffed. I feel for the prophet. 

He was definitely in the minority and his message did not immediately sound like joy and merriment. Notice how prosperity and God’s blessing had been twisted. The Israelites thought since they were in the midst of prosperity, that was proof of God’s blessing. 


Daily they did not follow God’s direction. 

They substituted pagan practices for God’s practices and rather than focusing on how they got there, 

they focused on the final product, 

so God had to have been the one who helped them prosper. 

Notice, Hosea was seen as the fool. 

However, in verse 9, Hosea claimed that in his day, things in Israel were as bad as they were in the days of Gibeah, which were described in Judges 19 as horrific crimes of perversion and violence. 

Hosea reminisces in verse 10 when God fondly remembers the days Israel was faithful and fruitful to Him. Hosea uses a poetic metaphor, Israel was once something special to God as if someone traveled through the desert and found luscious grapes along the way. 

That day was gone. 

Hosea compares the Israelites behavior to the sin they had while at Baal Peor, in Numbers 25, which was associated with sexual immorality and idolatry. 

Even more importantly Israel loved their disgraceful idols, so much so, they became like them. 

This transformation of allegiance didn’t happen overnight. 

Time has a way of sneaking up on us. 

When does compromise begin?

For Israel, Hosea warns them in verse 11 -13, their fruitfulness was about to stop. Israel needed to prepare for their barrenness and bereavement. The direct results of rejecting God. Hosea begins an angry prayer against those that had been mocking him in verse 14, 

Out of mercy, Hosea prays that God would give them a miscarrying womb and dry breasts. Knowing the coming judgement, Hosea was asking God to give them as few children as possible so at least their children would not have to endure the coming judgment.

In verse 15, Hosea mentions the city of Gilgal which was a center of idolatry in Israel. At one time, this city was the very place where prophets were trained under Elijah and Elisha, you can read about it in 2 Kings chapter 2 and 4. Not so in Hosea’s day, as mentioned before in Hosea chapter 4, verse 15 and will be mentioned again in 12:11.

The disgrace presented in God’s house and in His land was going to be punished with eviction from His house and His land. 

Makes sense. 

God would also counteract the very wickedness they had committed. One of the major reasons the Israelites went after the idols like Baal (God of Child Sacrifice) and Ashtoreth was because they were following the actions of those around them who believed those gods would bring fertility and fruitfulness. God reminds them who was really Lord over the womb and turns any fruitfulness into barrenness.

This might seem like a harsh response from a loving God, but remember, this was the exact thing God promised under the terms of the Old Covenant, Deuteronomy 29:24-28, The Message, 

“All the nations will ask, “Why did God do this to this country? What on earth could have made Him this angry?”

Your children will answer, “Because they abandoned the Covenant of the god of their ancestors that He made with them after He got them out of Egypt; they went off and worshiped other gods, submitted to gods they’d never heard of before, gods they had no business dealing with. So God’s anger erupted against that land and all the curses written in this book came down on it. God, furiously angry, pulled them, roots and all, out of their land and dumped them in another country, as you can see.” 

Good grief! This wasn’t the first time God’s anger caused His people to go into exile. You would think they would learn. 

What about today? Evangelical Christians often don’t think of God getting angry and responding that way. I’m not sure why, the first place God described himself, in Exodus 24:6-7, He said He was, “Slow to anger,” not “Void of anger.”

The meaning of IMAGE is a visual representation of something. How to use image in a sentence.
The meaning of LIKENESS

1. The quality or state of being alike:

2. Something closely resembling another:

There is the likeness of God, being restored in us.

“God is Spirit, and they that worship him must worship in spirit [in the image of
God] and in truth” [in the likeness of God] John 4:24

Remember where Paul says. Our faces, then, are not covered. We all show
the Lord’s glory, and we are being changed to be like him. This change in us brings
ever greater glory, which comes from the Lord, who is the Spirit. 2 Corinthians 3:18

For he knew all about us before we were born and he destined us from the
beginning to share the likeness of his Son. Romans 8:29

This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. 

Understand, when we no longer recognize that we are made in the IMAGE and LIKENESS of GOD who is the soul source of our Rights, we surrender our rights.  They already have declared that babies in the womb are not human and therefore not entitled to ANY rights.  They have shown that pregnant women are no different than any other pregnant entity/individual  that can mean anything… aliens?  animals? AI robots? plants?

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They already have declared that they want AI robots to be considered equal to humans, and they have declared that humans are nothing but animals.   So, it is no wonder that they do not see us as having ANY RIGHTS.