I think it’s time for the Democrats to shut the mouth sit down and leave it alone. They’ve stolen the election now they’re trying to destroy Donald J Trump. But beyond that they’re coming after you and me especially if you are a conservative.we used to have a first amendment in this country, but I’m not sure it works anymore. We are not just on a slippery slope there’s a banana peel underneath our heel. Prayer and wisdom as what we need now more than anything else. Praying protection over all patriots in this country because you never know who’s watching you or what might happen.
We are living in desperate times. America is facing the very real prospect of a move towards socialism and a move toward far more governmental control in the year 2021. I bellowed and screamed at the top of my lungs how important this election was this year, and many people were asleep, especially many in the church. I see a very chaotic year regardless of who is finally determined to have won the election. Our desperationin America is enhanced by the fact that we are a nation that is split almost 50-50 down the middle about which direction we are to go. People I know have voted for Biden and will not hear of the fact that he is going to lead us towards socialism. In fact their only reason for voting for Biden was a vote against Donald Trump. They think Donald Trump is the antichrist and that he will destroy America. Regardless of who is finally determined to have won the election, we are in for perilous and destructive times. If Trump wins the riots ensue. If Biden wins we face lockdowns and mandated mask and vaccines.
Our division in America is enhanced by the fact that we are a nation that is split almost 50-50 down the middle about which direction we are to go. My fear is with the deep state entrenched in D.C., even if Trump wins we will be headed for destruction. We do not have but a handful In Congress who truly have the best for America in their heart and mind. Most are nothing more than hirelings waiting on the next bribe.
I fear that we in this country have forgotten how free we used to be. Being old as I am I can remember how wonderful this country was when the federal government did not tell us what to do,what to eat, whether we should wear a mask or whether we should even celebrate Christmas. I long for the days of freedom. I will not be a slave. I will stand for freedom. It’s time for the church and all people to stand up and say No, I will not submit. I fear that we in this country have forgotten how free we used to be. Being old as I am I can remember how wonderful this country was when the federal government did not tell us what to do what to eat whether we should wear a mask or whether we should even celebrate Christmas. I long for the days of freedom. I will not be a slave. I will stand for freedom. It’s time for the church and people of all stripes to say no more.
My freedom is ultimately found in the Lord Jesus Christ.
Milton Quintanilla | Contributor for ChristianHeadlines.com | Friday, December 11, 2020
Pastor Andrew Brunson, who served as a missionary in Turkey for over 20 years, recently predicted that U.S Christians will face increased persecution in the near future.
“On my return to the US just over two years ago, for the first time in my life—most of my life I’ve been focused overseas—for the first time in my life, I really, I have an urgency for this country, for the United States,” Brunson explained. “And not just with this election. It’s not precipitated by this election, but it has been growing in me these last two years.”
He warned of increasing pressures in the U.S, especially towards people “who embrace Jesus Christ and his teaching, who are not ashamed to stand for him. My concern is that we’re not ready for this pressure. And not being prepared is very, very dangerous on a number of levels.”
In 2016, Brunson was unjustly imprisoned in Turkey after the government accused him of partaking in an alleged coup against Turkish President Erdogan. Bruson then spent the next two years in prison despite having nothing to do with the allegation.
Fortunately, the imprisoned pastor would be released following diplomatic intervention from the Trump administration. Brunson had also established the Izmir Resurrection Church, which preached Christ and tended to Syrian refugees, including Kurds.
Despite his imprisonment, Brunson believes God would providentially use his story to help prepare other Christians to persevere despite the forthcoming trials
“I think one of the purposes God had for me in my imprisonment was that I learned perseverance at a deeper level again and again and again, as I was repeatedly broken and finally he rebuilt me,” he noted. “But one of the purposes he had for me was to learn this perseverance so that I could help to prepare others to persevere.”
Whether or not President Trump can overturn the 2020 election, Brunson says persecution will come no matter who is in the White House.
“Whoever ends up prevailing in this election, I believe that persecution is still coming and it’s coming quickly and it’s coming soon,” he cautioned. “So if President Trump prevails, it will delay persecution at a government level, but this will not keep us from the hostility that’s rising in our society toward followers of Jesus.”
Even though Jesus “was the most loving, kind person in history,” he was called evil, Brunson said, and that the same is to be expected for all Christians.
“They will say that we are evil and they will justify everything they do to us because they will paint us as evil people,” Brunson continued. “What is heavy on my heart, is that we need to prepare ourselves to prepare our own hearts.”
Texas is suing Michigan, Pennsylvania, Georgia, and Wisconsin for changing their election processes immediately before the election and doing so illegally. The lawsuit was described as “ridiculous,” “preposterous,” and bound to fail by the Left. However, we now have 17 states that have joined the lawsuit, along with the President.
Ignore that, let’s see you try!
The lawsuit contends that these states, by violating their own election laws [to enable ballot stuffing], have robbed voters in these 17 states of their rights. The four states in question have disenfranchised the voters of these 17 states.
In addition to Missouri, the other red states pushing for Texas’s court fight are Arkansas, Florida, Kansas, Mississippi, Alabama, Indiana, Louisiana, North Dakota, Montana, Nebraska, South Dakota, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Utah, Tennessee, and West Virginia.
In support of the Texas case, the states filed an amicus brief, known as a friend-of-the-court brief, arguing the justices should review the matter.
“When non-legislative actors in other states encroach on the authority of the ‘legislature thereof’ in that state to administer a presidential election, they threaten the liberty, not just of their own citizens, but of every citizen of the United States who casts a lawful ballot in that election,” the brief read.