IT'S FATHER'S DAY IN AMERICA...
The Voice of Liberty: THE LORD IS MY SHEPHERD AND HE SAYS DEFEND YO...
Father's Day has arrived in America.
It greets a Nation rattled with the knowledge that the President of the United States has a plan to end violence in America by repealing the Second Amendment. However, after three years of facing the Middle East's "JV Team", the Commander-In-Chief has no plan. The sun rises on a Nation that has accepted the transgender identity of Bruce Jenner aka Caitlyn. The sunsets on a Country that has identified with a trans-racial white woman, Rachel Dolezal, pretending to be black that has lost her position as Spokane, Washington Chapter President with the National Association for the Advancement of Colored which was founded by five (5) white progressives in 1909. Yes, Tropic Thunder in the Northwest Territory. The night falls on a Nation shaken to its core by a white racist's persecution of Black Christians in Charleston, SC. Progressives ask that men cower from evil that we may coexist in peace. Our Founding Fathers urge conservatives that mastered the art of silence to stand aloud. Yet, the cry for leadership in America has gone unanswered. Whether it is unheeded is certainly a personal inquiry. Lacking the pay-grade of omniscience to individual query, earnestly I say that there has been no voice in economics, education or government that has succinctly answered how God's sheep are to be defended. It is time for us to have this discussion. If you claim a role amongst God's people as a Shepherd then, it is time to determine whether you are an infidel for leaving them to the defense of those that will leave them unarmed for ideological purposes. Or, will you, as a Faithful Man of God, submit them to the protections adored by the Founding Fathers as "Brits" and upheld by the Natural Laws of God? Men, women and children of God are awaiting a Voice of Faith.
Is there a race problem in America? As long as men have freely thought, there have been those that sorted their preferences by race and ethnicity. Some for the pursuit of good and others, evil. Their preferences of schools. Their preferences of investments. Their preferences of living spaces. Their preferences of working spaces. Their preferences of worship places. Many love to speak of Paul and his writings. Often, ministers preference his writings above those of the teachings of Jesus Christ. It seems a preference. Yet, even Paul realized, after spending years in Arabia, that in order for him to walk in Christ, he would have to forgo and forgive what others thought of him. No, he was not an original Disciple but he was Jesus' Apostle to the Gentiles. While others thought, he taught. While others preferred the comforts of Jewish communities, he preferred the challenges of Gentile nations. His efforts, in spite of the motivations of others, was to conquest the world with the Gospel of Christ. Is there a race problem in America? No. There are race problems in America. The first is the customization of race as the motivation for every human activity good or evil. The same generalists that have misappropriated history to indulge us with the myths and fables of progressive ideologies want us to believe that a certain group of people will be eternally oppressed. They are oppressed in a free land because of the color of their skin--eh, the reaction of those in power to the color of their skin. So hopeless is this fate, not even a Black President or Black Female Attorney can derive a sense of valid accomplishment. Somehow, a preference for the US Constitution in its original state is: (1) an admittance of racial hatred; (2) a means of forcing a "Black" President to fail; and (3) for Conservatives of a Darker Hue, a request for psychiatric treatment as a self-hating, loathing heretic. Many of America's pulpits are maligned by speakers that project the ideal that our God is so great that He can heal a cancer patient but can not help a man, woman or child overcome the preferences of others.
For my thoughts are not your thoughts, neither are your ways my ways, saith the LORD. ~~Isaiah 55:8
I was shaken last week when I heard a major Washington, DC Christian radio station host refer to Emanuel AME as part of "our Black church family". What the heck? Did Christ have preference of church when he died upon the cross? Did He have a preference of church when His Blood poured out for our sins? No! Yet, we have allowed the vain philosophies of men to take precedence over the Gospel of Jesus Christ. If there is a race problem then, maybe we should inspect the sanctuaries of America. Men of religion incite men. Men of Faith inspire men to act righteously.