Thursday, February 14, 2019


Poppy is a genius young lady. She has mastered the fluffy lady in a way the Valley Girls of the 1970s could only wish they had.

Watch poppy play games with the minds of these interviewers:

Poppy is a classic example of the fluffy mind of millennials today.

Poppy is a narcissist. She wants to be surrounded by worshipers.

Just like Donald Trump.

Poppy will drag millions of fluffy girls, and fluffy guys, into cultic worship.

I will now blow your fluffy feeling for Poppy into Hell....

Please consider Poppy at age 85 sitting in the corner of the lounge of a nursing home drooling on herself and softy quoting herself and talking to "They".

Fads, whether serious, religious, or in cyberspace, all end some day.

This too shall pass.

Then again, Poppy has a lust for blood and the occult.

If you are in any Christian ministry, or if you are a leader in a local church, or........... if you are a father in a Christian home, you better talk about this with your kids. It has to already be a hot topic among kids you know. And, Poppy will not go away, especially if she it possessed of devils.

1 Peter 5:8 Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about, seeking whom he may devour:

I am reminded of Tiny Tim back in the 1960s.

And, who here recalls the sissy Newbeats?

So, what is the point of covering this twinkle toed tiny tot?

Answer: Get ready to have to respond to the girls who join this caravan to Hell. It will be like trying to keep control of your emotions when talking to a man with fifty pounds of bling bling hanging from all over him.

I believe it is very appropriate to insist that any person who comes into the fellowship of Bible believers NOT be putting on this persona. Talk normally, or get on down the street to the mega church where this will be on the program every Sunday morning.

The same applies to the sissy talk of sodomites. When you tolerate some things as a pastor or a father, you give the impression to your kids that this rubbish is OK in the church or the home.