Friday, June 19, 2009
Just today as I was doing testing, I thought...what if the Nazis won the war.What if the Japanese took Midway and Pearl Harbor.What if England fell to the Nazis...what if the U.S. was taken.That is why this post is called "What if " For one thing the freedom that we have as Christians...would be gone. I know that this world is in a mess,but thank God that we are not looking up to the Nazi rulers...but it really does seem like we are sinking into socialism.
But we are not under Obama, nor the mighty kings of the earth,But who?Who do we serve? only one...God! And another thought is what if World War 3 broke out? All I can say is that what I am carrying into battle is my Bible, my gun, and my ammo. And the only way that my enemies can take my gun out of my hand is to pry my could dead fingers from the trigger.
The only thing that we need to do in war is to stand firm,prepare,and trust in the Lord and move out!!!
Thursday, June 18, 2009
read this daily for a month.Every time you read it,God will open more and more of it to you." So I did, it was great! I encourage every one of you to read it, it's awesome!
Some time this weekend I and my sister will be doing another short movie called, "Vietnam war: ambushed" Hopefully we can do it tomorrow,but I not sure.But if we do it, try to get to my blog.:)
God be wit you.
Friday, June 12, 2009
So I will not be able to post the videos today.:(
But other than that have a great weekend!
P.S.Thank you Autumn for the tag.:)
P.S.S I tag Calico Zak, Commander Blade,Connor,Earwen.
Saturday, June 6, 2009
Since I was the only "actor", I am wearing a mask when playing the Germans, and don't have a mask when playing the Americans. Also, when playing the Germans, I'm supposedly "speaking German"...which I'm NOT!:)
The battle at the river did not turn out very well...but it was good for a first try.:)
God be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC
Thursday, June 4, 2009
John "Jack" Ross, who was also Australia's oldest man having turned 110 in March, died in his sleep early Wednesday morning at a nursing home in Bendigo in the state of Victoria.
Ross was 18 when he enlisted in the Australian Imperial Force in January 1918 and trained at the wireless training school, but the war ended nine months later and before he could be posted overseas. He was discharged on Christmas Eve that year.
"Mr. Ross showed his willingness to serve Australia and her allies in what was an extremely tumultuous time in our history, and for that we are grateful," said Griffin in a statement.
"While he did not travel overseas, he completed his training, ready for deployment."
Griffin said Ross was the last of 417,000 Australians who served in World War One and one of only a handful of remaining veterans from that war.
Ross served Australia again in World War Two as a member of the Volunteer Defense Corps. As a civilian, he worked for the Victorian railways before retiring in 1964.
"It now falls to Australians everywhere to ensure that veterans memory is kept alive. We must ensure that their contribution to Australia's wartime history is passed on to future generations, so that their sacrifice is never forgotten," said Griffin.
(Reporting by Belinda Goldsmith, Editing by Miral Fahmy)
Well our heroes of the World Wars are quickly fading away. Before all of them slip away we need to talk with them, Lord willing, to listen to their history and the sacrifices they made for us.
God be with you.
Nathaniel Wallis PFC.