Spiritual Warfare: Resistance is futile cause these guys have given The Lord His marching orders

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That’s it! Game over! These guys have brought in the big guns. You know, the “Me-and-Jesus-Ain’t-that-right-Jesus crowd.”

I see these foolish people – remaining however a minority and not representative of traditional conservative Christians – triggering a showdown between right/left and liberal/conservative that explodes in an uncontrollable way that forces the rest to choose sides.

It’s one thing to enact laws the keep taverns 200 feet from churches. It’s something else to enact laws that seriously alter our national habitual understanding of – for example – our Bill of Rights.

If that happens, these radicals who thought changing the laws was all that was needed will have no clue as to why rioters don’t “play fair” just because “it’s the law now” and quietly go to jail themselves instead of striking back.

If laws were enacted, the first time a jury found a Christian Taliban executioner of an accused gay, liberal or abortionist not-guilty I think the Pharisees would have more than they could handle.

Would you just sit around and moan if every week a van came down your street and you watched as your gay neighbors, your neighbor who had a private abortion, or liberal speaker-outers were loaded up and hauled off?

Not for long …

That’s the naivete behind the assumption that enacting laws enacts a specific morality.

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POTUS Shield Prays For Protection Over Trump From Deep State ‘Evil Forces’ And Curses Of ‘Witches And Warlocks’

When tsunami-stopping and ant-reviving pastor Frank Amedia appeared on “The Jim Bakker Show” earlier this month, he was joined by several members of his POTUS Shield organization, who collectively engaged in an extended prayer to protect President Trump from the “evil forces” of the deep state, in addition to the “witches and warlocks” who have been cursing him.

“I think we need to be wise to understand that this presidency is going to be taken to the edge of destruction by evil forces, by deep state forces, by a conspiracy that has already been named,” Amedia warned. “We know it’s coming. We need to withstand against that. We need to be the watchmen that say, ‘Don’t take your eyes off, the storm is coming.’”

“We prayed for the Lord to just stir up that storm,” he continued. “Stir up that storm of that president. We declare right now, in Jesus’ name, stir it up. Stir him up like a tornado, don’t let him stop. Let everything fly out that needs to fly out, let everything be exposed, don’t let anything be put back into a place that could come back and linger again.”

Amedia said that “the spirit of Antichrist” is trying to “snuff out” all of Trump’s accomplishments along with “the rising church” and prayed that God will crush that effort “just like he did Haman Hillary on election night.”

Amedia, Mark Gonzales of the U.S. Hispanic Action Network, and Bishop Harry Jackson then initiated a spiritual warfare prayer against Trump’s enemies and critics, with Jackson taking specific aim at the “witches and warlocks” who have cursed the president.

“We lift up witches and warlocks who have been a part of this assignment,” Jackson said, “as they have gathered in numbers almost immeasurable to curse this specific president. We cancel, we bind their authority, we bind their curses, we lift up your word that says you shall not revile the gods and neither shall you bring a curse upon the rule of God’s people. We declare those assignments null and void and we claim the souls of many of the witches and warlocks.”

 

I advocate SABRO … the Society Against Boomers Running For Office

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Sophomoric political thinking:

“When I get to wear the boots, I’ll be able to do what them older guys did.”

How often do ya see someone elevated to a new position with new authority and watch while the doofuses start behaving in a way that looks like how they themselves perceived a predecessor. Dang fools assuming that what they thought the predecessor was doing is what they decided to do to?

Republicans went decades whining about corruption in Democratic-controlled congressional bodies. Them attacking  hounds promised that if elected,

“that’s not what I’m going to do.”

Yet once in power, based on nothing but assumptions that Democrat Crooks were the problem, them Repubs thought they could corrupt themselves in a sneakier way and not look like them crooked Dems.  So them Republicans behaved in a manner they thought they could get away with – because they assumed Democrats had done so earlier to the same or worse degree.

Remember Tom Delay? He came in around the time Newt the Gingrich was making  promises with his so-called Contract with America. Well Tommy Delay gave us his impression of what his sneaky vanquished opponents did. He acted in the manner he obviously thought was the way an elected official does business in Washington. Only he would do it better and with more ruthless efficiency using all forms of political extortion to accumulate power and influence.

Ever since they took the congressional majorities, they kept getting caught with their pants down. They stayed sophomoric with their rhetoric, with pretending to be tearful patriots and sloganeered their way to justification for political immaturity.

This is so tragic because most of these politicians trying to hang onto power represent the dying days of baby boomer (my generation) influence. These embarrassments from both parties keep parading as statesmen and have proven to be the last worst hope for boomers to leave the children a better world than what was in place before.

Those who near the end of their time in positions of influence may think they still possess opportunities to avoid a future in which boomers are left to apologize for the asinine and selfish behavior of our generation’s elected majority.

Midterms and the 2020 presidential election looms larger and larger on the horizon. Boomers can still do most of the good stuff if they ain’t distracted. They must make the attempt; rise off couches and put clickers down; must get off bar stools and go attend a rally or meet with elected officials. More of us must speaking out – but not run for President or Congress any more.

Step aside folks, encourage the young ones to take charge of their own futures.

What we took for granted as the American Way of Life ain’t there anymore. It’s diluted and morphed into something we can already recognize as “not the America we grew up in.”

The next generation will inevitably view us as grouped with the idiotic sophomores who thought they could to great things for themselves without harming the country – and failed.

 

Be teachers yourselves rather than lazy Christians who go to meeting and let someone else do all the talking.

duminyanduminyanRepublican and former RNC Chairman Michael Steele … I’m on the same page with him regarding evangelicals and any other society of Christians  intentionally looking the other way.

“After telling me how to live my life, who to love, what to believe, what not to believe, what to do and what not to do and now you sit back and the prostitutes don’t matter? The grabbing the you-know-what doesn’t matter? The outright behavior and lies don’t matter? Just shut up.”

Seems to me that only crowd that worships political correctness are the same ones who themselves want to use violence and exclusion as their practice of an imperial form of brotherly love.

How about “Christiano-Fascist” for Kindergarten Christians who are giving politicians and preachers foolish talking points? These are the folks stuck in the Chapel of the Kindergarten Believers where all the preacher knows how to do is whine about how the rest of us don’t believe election-winners are put in place by God.

Remember that The Father is watching. We are all falling sparrows. And none of us fall far from the Tree. If it is in your heart that the Father has approved of such a bigoted declaration or if you have been taught that the Holy Spirit prompts, leads and guides every sermon and political utterance from the born-again, then you belittle The Father with your assumptions.

Take the following advice based on the 5th Chapter of Hebrews:

… those put in charge of things pertaining to God on behalf of the flock absolutely have to deal gently with the ignorant and wayward. This because they themselves are subject to weakness. They who talk to you of making sacrifice for your sins must make sacrifice for their own as well.

One does not presume to take the honor of speakership but only when called of God, as was Aaron. This of course means that the same sense of calling that aroused your preacher is a sense you yourself are fully capable and able to experience.

… unless that is hard for you to understand about yourselves and you lack the personal faith needed to do so.

Many have become dull in understanding – lazy even – and have given away too much personal will to preachers of kindergarten talking points.

By now you ought to be teachers yourselves rather than lazy Christians who go to meeting and let someone else do all the talking.

Perhaps you are one of those who need someone else to teach you again the basic elements of the oracles of God.

Perhaps you believe that the shallowest among you who nevertheless are able to memorize verses are the most justified because The Father places the highest regard on they who memorize the most.

If you regard yourself spiritually mature rather than a spiritual infant, are not such preachers the least able to respond to your need for milk?

They encourage you to believe that you are receiving solid food. You must however pay attention. They preach to you as if you were still infants, unskilled in the word of righteousness.

If the best your preacher or your pious Christian politician can do is to declare that human immorality is more of a threat to the United States than terrorism, perhaps you’d best understand this.

They who say such stuff still need milk themselves. Solid food is for the mature; those whose faculties have been trained by practice to distinguish good from evil.

That’s what it says in Hebrews 5.

I found it there, figured it out and believed it before any milk-needer could tell me that my conclusions are not “biblical” … whatever that means.