A Ragged Hope

The globalists and their lackeys are your enemies. They hate you. This is not a game; it’s a very real war. It’s not a simple conquest. They aren’t your fellow Americans; their allegiance is to another flag entirely. The symbolism of how they act when the flag is displayed should make that clear. This isn’t a debate between family members about the best way to do something together. The intent is to revel in making you miserable, mocking you every moment of your remaining life under their boot heels. They want to put you into a hell that they control. It truly is satanic.

Don’t engage them on that level. Don’t play that game; don’t be like them. Never, ever say, “Take that!” Don’t post snarky mocking comments on Facebook about some particular gain. Don’t mock them at all. The only proper response is to be so focused on God’s glory that you celebrate quietly and briefly when they fail. Give thanks to God and keep working for Him.

At some point you have to understand that the only proper way to face this is to ask God what He wants you to do. What authority does He delegate to you in dealing with someone who wants to silence His revelation? Do whatever He puts in your hand to face them. In some cases He plans to redeem them through encounters with our faith. However, this is not the default approach by any means in this context. Prophetically I will warn you that Satan has been unleashed, and the plan is for a lot of these folks to die in their sins and go to face God.

There’s no need for me to drag this out in every detail. Follow your convictions, but make sure it’s conviction, not some false mythology about democracy and convincing people to change their ways. That’s a lie of Satan. In the Old Testament, that kind of thing applied only to your covenant brothers and sisters, never to your enemies. You were expected to query God on the matter, then willfully take the appropriate action. For myself, having queried God at length and repeatedly, the answer is to encourage genuine defense. They will not listen to reason, and certainly don’t give a damn about what God says is right.

I’ve spent far more time praying about this than I have writing and talking. Right now, my convictions say I can trust the Lord to withhold the apocalypse. He is inclined to consider our plight. With a Biden-Harris administration, it would be an apocalypse. We honestly cannot estimate just what evil would be unleashed under their hands. Divine visions and dreams warned me that it would be hell on earth like never before here in the USA. I prayed an awful lot that Trump would win.

I’m no supporter of Trump, but as the only viable alternative to apocalypse, his election victory is the lesser of evils. I am convinced that God has granted that request. I honestly believe that Trump will win in the courts, and Biden-Harris will be turned away. There will be complaints about fairness and how it shocks the constitutional conscience, etc. Again, don’t respond to that. We owe them no explanations; get on with the task at hand. Yes, I know this will result in massive demonstrations and riots. They have no right to be heard any more.

It will most likely result in martial law, at least in some locations. I am genuinely hopeful it will drive the Blue States to secession on their own. I fully expect some states to fracture between their globalists and nationalist counties. The political upheaval will be very much like the biblical image of stars falling from the skies and shattering the earth. This is better than living under the hateful reign of globalists.

Our best hope is that Trump will provide a distraction, a diversion of energies for the globalist cabal. As long as he consumes their passions, they aren’t turning their attention on us. Those memes where Trump boldly claims that the bad guys aren’t after him, but after us, and he’s standing the way? That much is actually true. And if that’s all he accomplishes, we are truly blessed. It’s the one remaining task at which Trump can succeed.

My faith affirms that God is merciful. Another four years of Trump will be God’s mercy. It will put more stress on the folks who hate us and our faith, and less on us. It will still be chaotic and nerve-wracking. There will be destruction and death no matter who wins. Again, the only question is: Who will die?

About Ed Hurst

Avid cyclist, Disabled Veteran, Bible History teacher, and wannabe writer; retired.
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3 Responses to A Ragged Hope

  1. feeriker says:

    “Four more years of Trump.” The question becomes “After that, then what?” Trump is, at best, a temporary reprieve. I can see no one capable of filling his shoes as defender of the nation after his term is up.

    Then again, I’m falling here into the trap of the optimists who believe that the USSA has any chance of surviving in its current form, and by now common sense tells us that there is no way this can happen. Indeed, why would we Christians want it to survive?

    The biggest challenge, politically, is in the constructive engineering of the breakup, which will itself be a major undertaking. I don’t believe that it is a simple matter of geography, especially in my state, as Globalists and Nationalists (I really prefer to call us “Civilizationalists”) tend to live in close proximity and are interspersed with each other. Interesting times, indeed.

    They will not listen to reason, and certainly don’t give a damn about what God says is right.

    This point is VERY important, and I must say that it infuriates me that so many of US insist on dealing with these people in a civilized, rational manner. That is the FOOL’S way to face them. You don’t deal rationally with irrational people. God knows this, and He imparted this wisdom to the Israelites on multiple occasions in His commandments to them to wipe their enemies off the face of the earth. Note that on those occasions when they ignored this counsel the results were calamitous for them. We, too, need to take that lesson to heart and proceed accordingly.

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  2. Ed Hurst says:

    I’m sure God has plans that would leave us dumbfounded once He’s finished with Trump. I’m willing to wait for Him to show us.

    You don’t deal rationally with irrational people. God knows this, and He imparted this wisdom to the Israelites on multiple occasions in His commandments to them to wipe their enemies off the face of the earth. Note that on those occasions when they ignored this counsel the results were calamitous for them. We, too, need to take that lesson to heart and proceed accordingly.

    Precisely my point, good friend.

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