Monday’s Great American Eclipse

Monday’s Great American Eclipse

Everything You Need to Know to Be Ready For Monday’s Great American Eclipse
Our handy guide to all the important details.
SIGNE DEAN

[reference article below]

Your New Moon

Your New Moon festivals and your appointed feasts my soul hates. They have become a burden to me; I am weary of bearing them.

When you spread out your hands in prayer, I will hide my eyes from you; even if you offer many prayers, I will not listen. Your hands are full of blood; wash and make yourselves clean.

Take your evil deeds out of my sight! 

Stop doing wrong, learn to do right!

Seek justice, encourage the oppressed. Defend the cause of the fatherless, plead the case of the widow.  (Isaiah 1:14-17)

Do not think for a moment that the United States justice system or that Cultural Christianity is, in reality, defending the fatherless, the widow or the children.

Though they speak of such concerns they live a lie and promote injustice for selfish gain merely using such for personal advantage. Not to mention abortion and the massive violence and killing in movies, music, and games. Because of this God has stopped listening to your prayers long, long, long ago.

 

Bonus:

Cereal Box

Follow the link reference below on how to make your own eclipse viewer with a cereal box.

 

_____________________________________________________________________
enumclaw.com ~ opinion unto righteousness ~ timothy williams
[proverbs 18:2]

Saturday, August 19, 2017

Article Reference

(sciencealert.com)—Here’s what you need to bring

Everyone’s been talking about eclipse glasses, and they are indeed the single most important piece of equipment you’re going to need to experience the sight in full glory, especially before and after totality hits.

But there’s other stuff you may forget to chuck in the car in all that excitement – like binoculars, picnic gear, or even sunscreen. So we’ve prepared a handy list of the most important things, with some solid guidance from experienced eclipse viewer and astronomer Amanda Bauer.

If you’re planning to take photos or videos of the eclipse, make sure you bring the right filters and choose the right settings to avoid frying your expensive camera.