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Why the vaccine is the Mark of the Beast.
And another angel, a third, followed them, saying with a loud voice, “If anyone worships the beast and its image and receives a mark on his forehead or on his hand, 10he also will drink the wine of God’s wrath, poured full strength into the cup of his anger

About

What of the night” has come about because of the times we live in. As Christianity and Christian ethics are driven out of society we are seeing a collapse of integrity. Goggle is no exception as it has turned into a shopping channel. It goes out of it's way to suppress any thing or anyone who interferes with it's profit making. Most Christian sites become casualties in this drive for money.
In Isaiah 21 11-12 Watchman, what of the night. The question is asked of the watchman is how far through the night are we? He replies morning is coming but we are still in the night. Come back again and ask. Our aim is to be a hub where we can redirect you to sites that can give you information. For the most part we feel this is not our calling to make the judgement of content on sites. We are acting as a facilitator for the many wonderful sites others saints have developed. These sites are the watchmen , I am trying to build the best tower I possibly can for the watchmen to stand on. We also want to encourage Christian sites to help each other by linking to each other. By doing this we can escape the Googlesphere and greatly increase the visits to our sites.
Secondly, we want to be a home for Christians to go to where there is news and be able to seek other information. A tower where there is safety. If your children want to do a study they can find large quantities of information and not get bombarded with rubbish. Once again by redirecting to wonderfully blessed sites. The sites will mainly be Christian but to keep us up to date with what is happening in the world there will be secular news sites.
My name is Warwick Frederikson and I am the founding director of WOTN. I attend the Church of The Auckland Anglican Mission, New Zealand. Even though much of the leadership of the Anglican (Episcopal) Church has lost their faith there are still many true believers with in our denomination. I would like to count myself as one of these. I believe that Jesus is Lord, that he died for my sins and that though faith in him I can gain eternal life. That the Bible is the work of the Holy Spirit through men. That it means what it says.
This is not to be an Anglican site but a site for all from Pentecostal to Catholic. The development of this site will be an ongoing exercise. If you like what we are doing and feel you could help do not hesitate to contact us. 

God bless you all.

Warwick

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