Month: July 2020

Feeling Blue? I’ve Been There Too

Depression, loneliness, despair. Most people have been there —

Sorry, the rhymes were meant to start further down.

Let’s look at what you can you do, when you’re feeling blue.

Sorry again! I think I’d better get all the poetry out of the way first.

Inside Bus

Here goes:


Today I could take a holiday
And visit somewhere nice.
Maybe take the bus to Burleigh
(Avoiding Surfers Paradise).

I’d go down by the sea
Where the breeze blows on my face,
And then buy a cup of coffee
In a certain lonely place.

Then walk up to the bluff lookout
To see the blue sea, blue sky sights.
And stare down at the rocks
From dizzy, dangerous heights.

Burleigh Bluff

And I’d consider all the seagulls
And I’d make my mind up not to fall.
They fly around forever.
But I don’t fly at all.

Then… I’d walk back to the bus stop
Feeling hardly any pain.
Some days, I take a bus to nowhere
Then I come back home again.

Before I talk about what you can do to shake the blues, here’s what not to do.

Don’t take drugs, don’t take booze, and don’t throw your life away.

Whatever doesn’t build you up will generally tear you down, so don’t be stupid.

Excluding medical help, which is totally outside the scope of this article, here are


1) Change your scenery or location

2) Change your plan

3) Change your thinking

A change of scenery may only be a temporary fix, as illustrated in my poem. But it may help, because it can change your mood and give you time to reevaluate things. Sometimes stuff just takes time to work through. As the Bible says, weeping may endure for a night, but joy cometh in the morning. (Psalm 30:5)

A change of plan. You need hope, and having a plan can give you hope. You need to get a vision for yourself of what could be, not what is. Again, to quote the Bible, where there is no vision, the people perish. (Proverbs 29:18) There are lots of books about goal setting, and they might help, but just ask yourself, What’s the next step I can take in order to make things better? That’s how you begin to make a plan. Take it from there.

A change of thinking. Negative thinking will take you deeper into depression. Although your thinking may seem like it’s on autopilot, you can steer your thoughts if you really want to – your thoughts are actually choices you’re making! So – begin by refusing to dwell on any negative thoughts and choose to focus on the things you can do to make your life better. Be thankful for every asset you have. It may take a little effort to change your thought habit patterns, but it works better than any pill in the long run. Bible quote time: In everything give thanks, for this is the will of God. (1 Thes. 5:18) And another one: Be transformed by the renewing of your mind. (Romans 12:2)

Change your thinking, change your mindset, change your life. Take a bus to nowhere if you like, but make sure you get home safely.

Truth is MUCH Stranger than Fiction

Some things seem to be a mixture of truth and the unknown.

Here’s an example.

Take a look at the map of the Middle East below. Can you see a bowing king, with Jerusalem located near his heart, and with a nail through his hands/wrists where the Suez Canal is? Did you know there is a controversy about whether Jesus had nails hammered through his wrists rather than through his hands?

Is this something that makes you go hmmm, or is it just coincidental nonsense for you?

The bowing king, showing Suez Canal nail location

Some things are really strange, and may or may not be true.

On the other hand, some things are POSITIVELY true, although just as strange.

Here’s something else to consider. Go to my previously posted article about the chicken and the egg. That article, and the proof in it, blows away the theory of the origin of the species.

It’s clearly the truth.

What’s more, the Bible is also true, but spiritual discernment is needed to accept this and comprehend it.

Once you believe life was created by God you can build on that understanding and come to a much greater knowledge of the truth. Don’t read any further until you have fully studied my chicken article and are fully persuaded in your own mind. There are really only two choices. Either everything was created and DESIGNED by God, who had NO beginning, or everything came from nothing, which is totally impossible, and 100% illogical, and breaks the Law of Entropy which states that all physical things tend toward disorder and decay, not evolution for the better.

Now, once you accept the existence of God, the next step is to test the Bible and find out if it is truly inspired by God, or not.

There are many different ways to prove the Bible.

Here are a three different examples.

Example 1

The complexities of the first verse of the Bible are beyond the ability of any current living person to imitate. Watch this to see what I mean.

Genesis 1:1 has seven words in Hebrew that consist of 28 letters. But within that sentence there are at least 30 patterns of seven. Watch the video above for some examples, and also check to verify the Hebrew numbering that is charted.

If you are a sceptic, the challenge is to assign numeric values to the English alphabet and then write any other meaningful sentence that includes 30 patterns of 7 in it. So far, nobody has been able to achieve anything like this, which the Bible does in the very first verse.

Example 2

Did you know that the first ten names of everyone in Genesis Chapter 5 of the Bible contain a hidden prophecy about Jesus in the New Testament?

They prove the New Testament is true, as well as the Old.

Check out this video for details.

Search YouTube for more detailed videos by Chuck Missler on this.

Example 3

Although controversial, many discoveries of Ron Wyatt prove much of the Bible.

Truth IS stranger than fiction.

Check out for more.

Verifying if the Bible is true or not is less difficult than overcoming peoples attitude towards it. This is illustrated well by Michael Rood here. When you play the video, go to the 10 minute mark and play from there to see this. I can’t say it better myself.

Let truth be your guide, and only truth. It doesn’t matter what other people think.

Although some things are doubtful, don’t let those things close your mind to crystal clear truth staring you directly in the face, begging you to embrace it.


Did you know that 2000 years ago Jesus forecast that worldwide lockdowns would occur just before His return? Click here to read about

Someone Is Trying To Kill You, Bill Jones!

Browsing through some old files on my computer, I came across the following story. It’s so good that I’d like to share it here…

On the morning of his 42nd birthday, Bill Jones awoke to a ball of thunder. Glancing out the window he saw written in fiery letters across the sky:


With shaking hands, Bill lit his first cigarette of the day.

He didn’t question the message. His only question was “Who?”

Watch my video for the rest of the story…

Original author unknown

Finally, Here’s the Definitive Answer to “Which came first? The chicken, or the egg?”

If you believe in evolution you can’t answer this – But I can!

This puzzle creates an impossible dilemma IF you believe in classic evolution theory – that is, IF you go along with the idea that all species originally came from a more primitive species before them (which is an altogether different concept to varieties developing within the same species).

Classic evolution theory might have you believing that millions of years of gradual development of the egg eventually produced a chicken. Or was it the other way around?

It should be obvious to anyone that this could never have actually happened. Birds, and eggs, had to get it right the very first time they evolved— On the very first try — on the first go. If it didn’t work out perfectly the first time, then the bird race would have died out. They would not have survived more than one generation if you had partly formed chickens or birds trying to hatch out of partly formed non-functional eggs.

The very first time it happened, if an egg didn’t produce a fully functioning chicken or bird capable of laying perfect eggs from then on, the whole evolutionary process would have stalled. It would have ground to a halt. It would not have, and could not have continued.

Evolutionists might answer this by claiming I am trivialising the issue, and over simplifying a complicated process.

I agree.

So, in order to make my point clearer, let’s talk about something more complicated: butterflies.

Instead of two stages, butterflies go through four stages in their life cycle.

1) egg
2) caterpillar
3) chrysalis
4) adult butterfly

How did the first butterflies develop these stages?

In order to survive, butterflies had to get this formula right on the very first go, or else they would not have survived. There wouldn’t be any butterflies at all, if they couldn’t do it right the very first time.

Think it through.

When a caterpillar turns to mush inside a chrysalis, how come a butterfly pops out afterwards? Why doesn’t a grasshopper pop out instead? Or maybe a cockroach?

Plus here’s a real problem for evolution. The female butterfly must find a male butterfly in order to mate and then lay eggs. So at least two caterpillars had to evolve at exactly the same time for this process to work.

They both had to start as eggs, become caterpillars, each make a chrysalis and then come out as butterflies. Except one had to come out as a male, and the other had to come out as a female. Their life cycle is about a month, so if this didn’t happen correctly on the very first try for both of them at about the same time, then the whole process of butterfly continuation and survival could not have occurred in the first place.

Please explain how they gradually evolved with only partially formed abilities for reproduction.

You can’t explain it because it didn’t happen.


Think this through. After mating, the female has to have within it’s makeup the ability to lay eggs that contain the blueprint for the whole cycle to repeat all over again.

Realise that if it didn’t happen perfectly with at least two butterflies of the opposite sex evolving at the same time the first time, with both containing a blueprint within them for the next generation of butterflies to continue – if this didn’t happen they would NOT have kept on keeping on.

The same logic applies to the survival of chickens.

You’ve been fooled.

Are the scales of deception beginning to fall from your eyes?

Darwin’s ‘Origin of the Species’ THEORY of evolution is not true. It never has been true.

The theory of evolution is for mental caterpillars.

It’s time to grow up! Why be a mental caterpillar? Why not grow up, transform your thinking, and learn to fly instead?

Do you really want to know the answer to my headline question?

The Bible tells you by implication which came first. It was the chicken.

The chicken came first, fully formed with a well designed reproductive system already built into it. God also created a fully formed man first, not an embryo first. God created all creatures fully formed to start with, using this same principle, including birds, chickens and butterflies.

Here’s a poem I wrote several years ago. Even though you may not like poetry, check it out!

Tiny Wing

How pretty, is a butterfly
On pastel powder wings,
It flutters through the scented air
Unlike lower mortal things

How beautiful, a butterfly
It doesn’t have to wait,
It flutters past oblivious
To worry fear and hate

How perfect, is a butterfly
Such a lovely, wondrous thing!
What a complex marvel of creation
In just one tiny wing

How transient, a butterfly
Painted flower on the breeze,
It flutters passed unnoticed
It dies, and no one sees.

–Rob Binnion

Now that together, using irrefutable logic, you and I have disproved the theory of evolution, the next step is to prove that the Bible is TRUE!

I do that on this next page: CLICK HERE.


Butterfly photo by Wolfgang Hasselmann on Unsplash

These Quotes May Work For You, Even When Your Coffee Doesn’t!

Photo by Emma Matthews on Unsplash

I hope you enjoy these quotes as much as I do. Drink them in. If any of them revive you, stir you to action, or motivate you, then reading this will be worth it.

As I begin writing this article, I don’t know how it will turn out, but…
You can’t expect to hit the jackpot if you don’t put a few nickels in the machine — Flip Wilson

I’ll see if I can apply the advice from each quote as I write this article. So far, I’ve written a few sentences and it’s just like putting nickels in the machine.

So now, I simply need to keep on going!

All things come to him who goes after them — Unknown

Hey, writing this article is easier than I thought!

“But what about scary obstacles” I hear you cry. Well, no worries.

These quotes have it covered:

Nothing will ever be attempted if all possible objections must first be removed — Samuel Johnson

A ship in harbour is safe, but that is not what ships are built for — William G. T. Shedd

One of my favourite quotes actually rides on top of another quote from Isaac Newton, who said:

If I have seen farther than others, it is because I was standing on the shoulders of giants

Here’s the corollary to that quote:
If I have NOT seen as far as others, it is because giants were standing on my shoulders — Hal Abelson

So, what to do? Forget the Giants! Boldly go where no man has gone before.


That’s a Star Trek quote I actually didn’t mean to include here. Consider it a bonus!

Why are you still reading this? By now you should be so motivated, you can’t keep your hat on.

Man who stand on hill with mouth open will wait long time for roast duck to fly in — Confucius, or some other sage said that, I believe.

Shoot for the moon. If you miss, you’re still high. For those who are truly committed to a vision, the dream is never over — Steven K. Scott

Don’t worry about people stealing your ideas. If your ideas are any good you’ll have to ram them down people’s throats — Howard Aiken

Do just once what others say you can’t do, and you will never pay attention to their limitations again — James R. Cook

This one really resonated with me. Sometimes you just have to do whatever you have to do, but…

When people go to work, they shouldn’t have to leave their hearts at home — Betty Bender


All things come to him who goes after them — Unknown
And never give up hope:

In the hour of adversity be not without hope, for crystal rain falls from black clouds — Nizami

It is of the Lord’s mercies that we are not consumed, because his compassions fail not. They are new every morning — The Bible, Lamentations 3:22,23

I’ll stop here, although perhaps I should include one more:

Most people do ALMOST enough to win — A. L. Williams

All right, perhaps a couple more?

The beautiful part of a good idea is that it’s self-financing. A good idea must give you leverage on your time, your efforts, or your money — Joe Karbo

I’ve saved the best one for last:

Guys are lucky because they get to grow mustaches. I wish I could. It’s like having a little pet for your face. — Anita Wise