Tuesday, October 12, 2010

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          I believe in the New World Order.  Not the one being designed by those pushing for it today, but rather, the one to be set up by the Lord after the great tribulation. 

          Those who are bent on the destruction of the American system as we know it don’t have to worry because there may not be enough Americans left to run the country after the Rapture.  I believe this is why the Bible doesn’t mention the United States as having any significant role in the end times.  Our government may be distancing itself from Israel at present but at least we won’t be one of the nations attacking it at the battle of Armageddon.  The decision we have to make now is how we want to live until the rapture.

          A country like ours and Israel that have been established by the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob (Christians have been grafted into the line of the Hebrews[1]), cannot be defeated by Satan’s minions who at present are trying to remove God from the everyday discourse in our nation. What we have to keep in mind are examples like the Hebrew slavery in Egypt and the almost 2000 years that the Hebrew’s were out of the land God had promised to them.  God will not be mocked.  Remember the old saying that ‘the Lord giveth and the Lord taketh away’.  We all suffer in a nation that has angered the Lord. 

          Vote for what you believe in.  Hopefully there are enough of us to thwart the efforts of those who are knowingly or unknowingly working for Satan and trying their best to destroy our nation.  Everyone should vote; those of us who believe in the real foundations of our nation, as set up by God through our founding fathers, as well as those who are against us.  If you believe in something; you need to do your duty and vote for what you believe in.  If you believe in the Marxist’s that are trying to take over the government; you also need to vote.  You could possibly, by voting for these people, at least hasten the return of the Lord. 

          I have often said that there are only two forces at work in the world.  I was wrong because there is a third force that is perhaps more pernicious than those who work for evil.   This third force is that of apathy.  “Not to speak, is to speak.  Not to act, is to act.”[2]  Your inaction is the action that the opposition needs.

          Ridicule is the first and last argument of a fool.  When you follow your own thinking, you follow a fool.  “A fool says in his heart, there is no

God”[3].  To argue with a fool is useless as they don’t know how to use information and therefore use emotion and ridicule to pursue their point.  One of the problems with our system is that we let fools vote.  Is it foolish or not foolish to let people vote that can’t read or write or speak English?  If you can’t understand what you are voting for how can you make intelligent choices?

          There are really only two choices in the upcoming election.  Either you vote to continue the Socialist slide the country is currently on or you vote to return to the constitutional form of government under which the country was founded and prospered.  Whichever choice you make; be sure that you have the courage of you convictions.  “Have convictions. Be friendly. Stick to your beliefs as ... Do what you feel in your heart to be right- for you'll be criticized anyway.”[4]  There will be a cost to either choice because our freedoms, as granted by God in our founding documents, are not free and Socialism will cost you your freedoms. 

          Blindly pulling the lever for the Democrat or the Republican is a senseless act.  This is what is done buy those who don’t make the effort to find out what a candidate really believes in.  What you were used to thinking about the different political parties has vastly changed over the years.  Power and wealth have corrupted the system to the point that the system is no longer trustworthy.

          Whichever decision on the direction you would like the country to go doesn’t really matter to me if you are making an educated choice.  I know this is a real burden because you have to know what you believe in before you make a decision on whom to place your trust in.  Voting by emotion is not a real choice and may realistically be a form of treason. 

          At least show up at the polling place.  Go in, fill out the form and turn it in.  If there is no one that you like in a particular category skip that one: that makes a statement of its own. It would really be nice if there were a ‘none of the above’ choice for each category.  A lot of times there are write-in candidate spaces for some offices.  If you don’t bother to vote, you disserve whatever you get.   If you don’t bother to vote, don’t you dare complain about anything that happens! 

          What we must remember is that the politicians work for us; not the other way around.  Think of voting the same way you would when you are hiring an employee.  We must abolish the political class who have forgotten and ignore those to whom they are responsible.

[1] Romans 11:17-20
[2] Dietrich Bonhoffer
[3] Psalm 53:1
[4] Eleanor Roosevelt


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