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A Godly Dragon Christmas 2020: Why The Virgin Birth Matters

 Well everyone, it's that wonderful time of year again. I know things have been really hard this year with the coronavirus lockdowns, people losing their jobs and going through a rough time, and all the racial and political tensions that have arisen from this election year, but let's not worry about that tonight. Why? Because tonight is Christmas Eve, meaning that Christmas Day is upon us. December 25th is the chosen traditional day to celebrate the virgin birth of Jesus Christ, God the Son, on earth, who later on would live a sinless life and die on the cross for our sins so we can be with Him forever. However, the sad thing is that mainline Christian churches don't actually believe in the virgin birth and that anything in the Bible is actually true. They think the Bible is just stories with lessons to live our lives by. However, what they don't realize is that a literal virgin birth matters a great deal. In fact, that's an understatement. Our eternal fates rest on

Why I Do The Godly Dragon

 Hey everyone. With the five year anniversary of my YouTube channel and the five year anniversary of my Bitchute channel coming up fast, I thought I would do a video about why I decided to do The Godly Dragon in the first place. I made The Godly Dragon on YouTube back in the beginning of 2016 before making a BitChute channel for it in 2018. As some of you old school fans know, I originally named the channel Godly Dragon Reviews and Apologetics before I decided to shorten the title to what it is now beginning in season 4 to now.  I made The Godly Dragon for a couple reasons. When I discovered the world of YouTube and watched several content creators review media with cartoon sprites and stuff, that's when I decided I wanted to be a content creator too. But I wanted to do something different. I wanted to make a Christian channel where I used a dragon as a cartoon mascot. I see dragons as a symbol for setting fire to ungodly falsehoods. Real dragons were probably dinosaurs or perhaps

Stop Putting Faith In Politicians!

 Hey everyone. So, this is the third time I'm talking about elections on my channel, aren't I? So, here's what's going on now. What we're seeing is a country that's once again in chaos. Joe Biden is projected to be the next President and the liberals are rejoicing, but meanwhile, the conservatives firmly believe that Biden cheated and that Trump will be declared President after it's all said and done. So you might be wondering, what do I think of all of it?  Well, I'm going to rustle a ton of jimmies, but I think everyone here, liberal and conservative, has faith in the wrong thing. What we're seeing here is faith in politicians. Not faith in God. When Trump became President all his supporters believed that Trump was going to fix everything wrong with this country. Do I think Trump did the best job he could? Yes, I do. He was trying to make America a better and safe place for everyone. But he couldn't fix everything. The liberals also falsely bel

What Does it Mean to Support Israel?

 Hey there guys. I have been wanting to do an Israel video for a very long time. But a lack of confidence and not having a solid case for my position is what's been holding me back. But now I feel it is time to get it out in the open now that I feel like I do have a solid case. So, here's my sermon.  I think there's confusion about what it actually means to support Israel and the Jewish people. Some Christians who don't support the modern state of Israel so to speak say that we should not support them because of how Modern Judaism is a false religion where its followers do horrible things to Gentiles in the name of Yahweh according to rabbinic writings like the Talmud. That's what really got me thinking about my position. Rumor also has it that the Talmud blasphemes Jesus of Nazarene, who is of course our Lord and Savior. Not all Jewish people believe the writings of the Talmud, but the ones that do are just like the Pharisees in Jesus' time that Jesus rebuked.

What is Blasphemy Against The Holy Spirit?

 Many if not all Christians believe that all sins can be forgiven. For the most part, I agree. Jesus died for every sin, past, present, and future. We don't like to think that there isn't a sin that God can't forgive. But what if I were to tell you that Jesus Himself said there was one sin that was unpardonable? Before you all get on my case, let's look into Matthew 12 to find out what we're dealing with.  A House Divided Cannot Stand 22  Then one was brought to Him who was demon-possessed, blind and mute; and He healed him, so that the  [ a ] blind and mute man both spoke and saw.  23  And all the multitudes were amazed and said, “Could this be the Son of David?” 24  Now when the Pharisees heard  it  they said, “This  fellow  does not cast out demons except by  [ b ] Beelzebub, the ruler of the demons.” 25  But Jesus knew their thoughts, and said to them:  “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself

Otherkin Part 2: Fantasy Gone Too Far

Remember that one time two years ago when I talked about what otherkin was, and then I confessed I believed myself to be otherkin, and then I tried to come up with some weird but biblical theory for how it'd fit into a biblical worldview. Well, I take it back, because I was being nuts. If you are just coming across this video and haven't watched the original video before this, watch that one first. Link will be in the description. You see, as time went on, I really started to question my belief in otherkin. That is, I believed myself to be a dragon in spirit. However, I found that when I was believing this, I was being tempted towards unbiblical beliefs such as reincarnation and believing in spirits. The motivators behind the belief were that I felt like I didn't fit in. and I didn't want to identify as a human because it's humans that hurt me. I felt like an outcast. Those have been the sole motivations. I tried seeing if I could fit the otherkin belief into the

Godly Dragon Reviews: White Snake

Last Winter during the Christmas season, I went out of my way to a farther away theater to go see a movie. Not just any movie, but a foreign movie from China called White Snake. When I first saw this movie, I was impressed. Or so I thought. I watched it a couple more times when it was released digitally and it wasn't as good as I remember. I found that it was all spectacle and not much substance. When I looked into it even more, I was right. Not only that, there are a ton of unbiblical ideas, bad morality, and poor execution that went into this movie. Let me explain. Now the good stuff as already mentioned is the visuals. This movie looks pretty good and I like all the action scenes. It's almost as good as a Disney movie I'd say in terms of visuals. Also, it tried to have a message of sacrificial love, the most godly love of all. But here's the problem. The morality of the story is just so muddy. The problem with this movie is the pagan worldview of reincarnation an