Neil Oliver: ‘Don’t be fooled into thinking this disaster movie is coming to an end’

Neil tells the depressing truth. I thought I would never say this, but it is probably good that my time on earth is winding down. I only feel sadness for the friends and family I will leave behind.

I once worked with a young woman who said to me that she was almost sorry that she had children who would live with what is coming in the future. I told her, at the time, that it would all be sorted out, and there is always good to be found in the future. Now I’m not so sure.

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4 Responses to Neil Oliver: ‘Don’t be fooled into thinking this disaster movie is coming to an end’

  1. pirapoi says:

    Maybe it’s just me, but I think sarcasm has an extra sting to it when done with a Scottish accent.

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  2. Reflection says:


    The rise of righteous men and women has always stopped the tide of evil. It’s a spiritual battle manifested on the physical plane. From Moses to Elijah to Christ and forward, there were those who recognized the need for a strong stand against evil. And yes, it’s an ongoing battle, but not an unwinnable one.

    We don’t know the times or the seasons, but as Christians we are never to “stand down” and let evil run rampant. Ever. We have been given spiritual gifts to help us overcome. And they are described as “mighty, to the pulling down of strongholds”.

    Your blog is a part of that. It warns, it encourages, it makes us laugh. It’s spiritual underpinnings are evident. Believe that the light you share makes a difference.

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