Thursday, June 17, 2010

False prophet Debbie Peters cries about her idiols being destroyed


God said to NEVER make an image of Him. This includes images of Yeshua (Jesus) yet one of the five demons ("doves") is crying and saddened because her idols were destroyed.

I have not posted much about the five demons ("doves") false prophets recently because I would be spending hours a day exposing their antichrist agenda / satanism.

Anyone with any discernment would see that the five doves (spelling it out correctly for the search engines) is satanic, wicked, full of false prophets, and is condemned by God.

Maybe the five demons ("doves") == islams "five pillars. The five pillars of the false prophets??? Some of the false prophets even promote white supremist / neo nazi youtube videos.

I am glad the idolatry was removed.


Debbie Peters (17 June 2010)
"Three Christ Statues Vandalized"

This vandalism took place at a cemetery near my home in April.

The recent posts of a Jesus statue being hit by lightening reminded me of our community's tragic loss.

These statues were hand crafted in Italy 50 years ago.

It was so sad to see that these beautiful statues had been removed when I took flowers to my loved ones on Memorial Day. I had enjoyed them since I was a child. They brought such peace and comfort!

I wonder what will become of the exquisite statues, and other Christian art depicting the live of Jesus after the Rapture?

Surely, the Anti-Christ will order everything to be destroyed.



Three Christ statues vandalized at Sandy cemetery
By Sheena McFarland
The Salt Lake Tribune
Updated: 04/12/2010 06:33:51 PM MDT

Three statues of Jesus Christ were vandalized in Sandy over the weekend, and police are looking for suspects.
Two of the statues at Larkin Sunset Gardens cemetery, at 1950 E. 10600 South in Sandy, were decapitated and a third had a large chunk of marble taken out of the neck and chin.
"We're very concerned and disturbed that someone would do such a thing," said Rob Larkin, senior vice president of Larkin Mortuary and Cemeteries. "We are trying to find out who did it and move on from there."
The vandalism occurred between Saturday night and early Monday morning, when work crews discovered the vandalism.
The statues were put in place as each of the sections of the cemetery opened, and are about 50 years old. The owners did not have a value on the statues.
Anyone with any information is asked to call the Sandy Police Department at 801-568-7200.