One snippet taken from Charlie Johnson and one from Ned Dougherty. I believe this is exactly spot on: charliej373 says: January 2, 2017 at 3:30 pm Are we to be reeds shaken by the wind? What are we to make of King David seducing Bathsheba and sending her husband to be killed? What are we to make of Abraham pimping his wife out? What are we to make of so many of even the saints who erred and stumbled and struggled to the fullness of sanctity? Did I not say these times would be chaotic for all, including the Church? If you count each battle as the totality of the war, anything troubling or any setback is a disaster. If you see the war as containing troubling things, failures, triumphs and losses before the final resolution you do not get shaken by the many twists and turns things must take before that resolution comes. I have told you well of the nature of the Storm. I have told you of the chaos that must rise. I have told you that some who are now considered rogues will be heroes before all is finished and some who are now considered heroes will be rogues and cowards before all is finished. Do not be like a reed shaken by the wind, but with the sure knowledge that the waves will rise and the winds will howl – and sometimes we will see things that make no sense to us – but certain that Christ is Master of the Storm and everything will contribute to His ultimate victory. And from Ned: Alas, the Pontiff in Rome and those who counsel him at the Vatican have chosen a course that is not always compatible with the plans of the Father in Heaven. The Pontiff and his conclave have been deceived by the worldly leaders and power brokers whose agenda is the new world order, and it is necessary now for the Church of Rome to recognize the power of the Holy Spirit that is moving in a different direction to bring a New Heaven and New Earth to all of God's people. Perhaps, the Pontiff in Rome will listen to the new direction that the new leaders of the world are hoping to lead you, which is away from the old order that has been secretly and covertly thrust upon all of the peoples, as well as upon the Church of Rome.