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My Two Cents

I am not very patriotic, to be honest. I don’t feel comfortable pledging my alliance to a country I don’t believe in. So I don’t. I pray for our President and the leaders of our country, but I don’t make any show of agreeing with them.

So when the Supreme Court ruled for same-sex marriage, I was surprised at the load of sorrow I felt. I predict that the country cannot last long after such a blow. Families are the building blocks of society, the vitamins of fruitful souls. Families are what produce and raise healthy lives. Without them, society cannot last.
Christian families need to be stronger than ever to survive in a hostile land. It will become more and more obvious as we go along, who the true church is. It will be harder and harder to be a Christian, and we can no longer take it lightly. We will be called old-fashioned, haters, and discriminators, but there is no better time to shine God’s love than when the rest of the world is dark.
I don’t pretend to admire America or its values, but it is my country. The history, the people, the land, I love it more than I realized.
Morals and virtue are almost gone, but I vow to stand for America, despite what it does to itself.

3 thoughts on “My Two Cents

  1. I could not be more proud of anyone to say that I know you than I am of you today, my dear friend. You have written, above, what a great many genuine Christians are feeling this day, and you wrote it with complete grace.

    In the earlier years of my Christian walk there were times when I would ask God about my particular role in the Church, acknowledging that I know what all Christians, generally, are to do, but that I wanted to know my particular role, and every time I would get the same one-word reply.


    Jeremiah was known as the Weeping Prophet for a very good reason. I will leave the rest of your readers to do their own research on that topic, but I will say this: for a time I considered—seriously considered—making my online ID “Jeremiah Lamentations”. Just with the Prophet, for much of my mission it seems as if no one sees, no one hears, and beyond threats to my life and my health, no one seems to care—except you, my dear, loving friend (and a very few others).

    You are right to expect a pruning of the Church. Congregations will soon discover who is claiming Christ and whom Christ has claimed—and the importance of the distinction will become increasingly clear to all. The hammer of the Lord falls first upon those wolves who hide among the Sheep.

    One doctrine that receives not much play till now will also become increasingly undeniable in its importance to a divine eternal destination, that being the synergistic coupling of Matthew 5:27-28 with Luke 17:1-3a (in the NIV it is the first paragraph of the chapter). Women who masquerade as faithful Christians already call me by the names you have enumerated above, and worse. But God will begin to call them what they are.

    And it will not be hidden from the minds of the truly faithful.

    In the coming fight, fall on your knees for courage; fall on your knees for faith; fall on your knees for mercy; fall on your knees for grace; fall on your knees for knowledge, power, and strength to shine the Light of Peace!

    May His grace be upon you, and may His Life truly shine! Amen!

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