How to spot Psychotic Disorders: Web. M.D. : Calling Nancy Pelosi

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Comment by Jim Campbell

October 30th, 2019

Those of us who have paid attention to her over the years have been certain of the diagnosis.

Types of Psychotic Disorders

What Are Psychotic Disorders?

They’re a group of mental health conditions that change your sense of reality.

They make it hard to know what’s real and what isn’t.

The Number one Candidate for having a complete break with reality is Nancy Pelosi.

When you have these disorders, you might see and hear things that don’t exist or believe things that aren’t true.

Scientists don’t know exactly what causes psychotic disorders, but they’ve got some theories.

Please see the video below to understanding how baldy she is doing.

Viruses, problems with how certain brain circuits work, extreme stress or trauma, and some forms of drug abuse may play a role in some people.

You also may be more likely to…

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Beautiful Thursday

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By Jim Campbell

October 30th, 2019

William Thomas JrWilliam Thomas Jr. (March 12, 1931 – October 10, 1980), known as Billie Thomas, was an American child actor best remembered for portraying the character of Buckwheat in the Our Gang (Little Rascals) short films from 1934 until the series’ end in 1944.

He was a native of Los Angeles, California.

William Thomas Jr. was the only son of William Thomas Sr., a janitor at the Wilton Apartment Building in Hollywood, California.

He was picked out of several kids to fill in the role of Stymie Beard who was leaving Our Gang as he neared his teenage years.

He was three years old at the time and his mother took him on a series of interviews.

All the kids had to have a certain sort of look, and Billie had that sort of look.

He started out at $40 a week…

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The chaos or the unsettling feelings of situations in our lives sometimes come so that God can show us what it’s like to live in His freedom – it becomes a matter of having to BOLDLY choose to create that space in our days. When we make space for God, we follow, we connect, we experience Him in all spaces (all of it) that He becomes part of our lives. We run to Him over anything else, even when that might not be so easy. He specifically tells, ask us “Come to me”

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Bio: My husband and I have been married for 14 years and we have three kids (9, 11, and 14). I grew up in the church but ran from God in my…

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Contending With the Flesh


Romans 8:1-14

As you read today’s passage, did you see the conflict presented in it? The apostle Paul is explaining that even though believers struggle with sin, we are no longer “in the flesh,” because God’s Spirit dwells in us (Rom. 8:9). The word flesh signifies the natural part of each person that desires to operate in opposition to God. That’s why Paul says, “Those who are in the flesh cannot please God” (Rom. 8:8).

Even though Christians have been freed from the domination of the flesh and now have the Holy Spirit, the conflict is not over—that’s because our old fleshly patterns have not been eradicated. However, we don’t have to succumb to living by them. In fact, we are “under obligation” to put the deeds of the flesh to death by the power of the Spirit (Rom. 8:12-13).

To fight this battle, we need powerful spiritual weapons, and…

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A Light in the Darkness


In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.  John 16:33

In These Are the Generations, Mr. Bae describes God’s faithfulness and the power of the gospel to penetrate the darkness. His grandfather, parents, and his own family were all persecuted for sharing their faith in Christ. But an interesting thing happened when Mr. Bae was imprisoned for telling a friend about God: his faith grew. The same was true for his parents when they were sentenced to a concentration camp—they continued to share Christ’s love even there. Mr. Bae found the promise of John 1:5 to be true: “The light shines in the darkness, and the darkness has not overcome it.”

Before His arrest and crucifixion, Jesus warned His disciples about the trouble they’d face. They would be rejected by people who “will do such things because they have not known the Father or me”…

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VIDEO Seeing in the Dark


Now in the fourth watch of the night Jesus went to them, walking on the sea.  Matthew 14:25

Darkness is the absence of visible light, in which humans are unable to distinguish shapes or forms. Those who have experienced total darkness know what a disconcerting feeling it is.

In the “fourth watch of the night”—3:00–6:00 a.m.—on the Sea of Galilee it would have been dark enough for the disciples to be afraid of a form they saw moving toward them across the water. Indeed, they thought it was a spirit of some kind: “And they cried out for fear” (Matthew 14:26). But it wasn’t a spirit, it was Jesus coming to help them as they battled against the rough waves of the sea. While this is an event unique to the disciples, there is a principle imbedded for us: Jesus sees as clearly in our darkness as He does in…

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