NASA’s Hebrew Symbolism!

Just a reminder that episodes are now coming out 2x per week, on no specific day. This allows me a lot more time to work on graphics, which brings me to something cool that I wanted to share with you.

I was working on this week’s episodes’ graphics and I found out that “nasa” is the Hebrew verb meaning “to lift up.” I think that is so clever that the National Aeronautics andSpace Administration.’s acronym “NASA” means to “lift up.”

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I went to visit NASA in Houston, Texas in April 2018. It’s definitely not Christian in the slightest, but it was still super interesting. There’s not a snowball’s chance in Hell that Christians are going to be able to hide out and go live off the land away from the Beast System with the technology that NASA is already developing. You can’t trust in your preps to save you, you can’t trust in your Bear Grylls skills to save you. Unless your trust is in Christ alone, you are going to be in for a rude awakening with the Anti-Christ shows up with all of his technology. Nobody is saying to not have skills or don’t have preps, but your faith – unto the point of death – must be in Jesus alone.

“For whoever would save his life will lose it, but whoever loses his life for my sake will find it.” – Matthew 16:25 ESV

And for the record, per the policy on my website and social media: 🚫 flat earthers will be blocked, so don’t bother.

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One thought on “NASA’s Hebrew Symbolism!

  1. James Harrison says:

    I spent 7 years underground ready to launch a 9 megaton hydrogen warhead. I also spent 6 years in a foxhole with the nuclear tipped Tomahawk missile system. We always said NASA meant Never A Straight Answer.

    On Wed, Jan 16, 2019 at 10:54 PM Rachel N. Stephens wrote:

    > Rachel at CrackYourBible posted: “Just a reminder that episodes are now > coming out 2x per week, on no specific day. This allows me a lot more time > to work on graphics, which brings me to something cool that I wanted to > share with you. I was working on this week’s episodes’ graphics and I” >

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