Christians are called to live joyfully.
Psalm 47 says:
Clap your hands, all you peoples; shout to God with loud songs of joy. For the Lord, the Most High, is awesome, a great king over all the earth. (Ps 47:1-2)
We should approach each day joyfully, being grateful to God for everything, not pessimistically, but Jesus calls us to watch the signs of the times.
I share the below with you, not to ruin your day, but to help you keep watch.
Man is first “woman” to become four star admiral
I sympathize with all who suffer with any illness, including mental illness. However there is something very evil about the state and media using propaganda to enable and encourage mental illness and ostracizing anyone who declines to participate in it.1
There are real consequences for this degeneracy.
Scripture: “So God created humankind in his image, in the image of God he created them; male and female he created them.” (Gn 1:27)
Shortages: Get used to it America (says the media)
Americans are truly blessed to have lived in a world of plenty for the past 70 years, but perhaps having so much material stuff has made us vicious.
We have to consider the impact materialism and consumerism has had on our nation when we see Black Friday videos of people brawling over TVs at Walmart. Yet, there is something very concerning about these recent shortages.
The ports are empty. Hundreds of ships sit idle, waiting to dock and deliver containers full of goods, but no one is there to unload them? Something is off about this; it seems almost as if it is coordinated.
If this season of shortages is coordinated, then someone is at war with us, but hasn’t yet declared it openly. If it isn’t coordinated, then it is a sign of American decline, especially when considering that the shortages aren’t just of plastic junk from China, but includes items like toilet paper, chicken, pork, automobiles and automotive parts and building materials.2
The fact that the White House and the media mock Americans over these shortages proves they are not our friends.
Scripture: “When he opened the third seal, I heard the third living creature call out, ‘Come!’ I looked, and there was a black horse!3 Its rider held a pair of scales in his hand, ‘A quart of wheat for a day’s pay, and three quarts of barley for a day’s pay, but do not damage the olive oil and the wine!’” (Rev 6:5-6)
In other news…
Rising gas prices:
Unvaccinated illegal immigrants are being shipped all over the U.S. via plane and bus, but citizens can’t work or participate in society if they’re deemed unclean:
Scripture: “Aliens residing among you shall ascend above you higher and higher, while you shall descend lower and lower.” (Dt 28:43)
Destroying, erasing and rewriting our history:
Scripture: “They were to make themselves abominable by everything unclean and profane, so that they would forget the law and change all the ordinances.” (1 Mc 1:49)
Where are your papers … terrorist?
However, in NYC you can vote without showing ID, and marxist politicians want it to be that way everywhere.
We are increasingly having to show our “papers” just to move about, work and participate in society.
If you object to the system of control being rolled out under the pretenses of pandemic safety, you may be labeled a domestic terrorist.
You can be banned from social media, fired from your job, attacked and scapegoated for thinking or speaking the “wrong” way.
Tyrants scapegoat and attack their own people.
Tyrants also tag people and force them to show papers just to live and work.
Live joyfully however, God is in control
It seems like the world is coming apart. Maybe it is.
Nevertheless, live joyfully because God is in control.
God is king over the nations; God sits on his holy throne. The princes of the peoples gather as the people of the God of Abraham. For the shields of the earth belong to God; he is highly exalted. (Ps 47:8-9)
Not only this, but now many employees around the U.S. are having to sit through critical race theory propaganda at work which intended to create divisions and destroy our national identity.
The black horseman represents shortages and rising food prices.