By R.C. Murray
February 15, 2013
“And it is appointed unto men (and nations) once to die, and after this the judgment.” —Hebrews 9:27
A few days after our last mock elections, I noticed a sign outside an A.M.E. church. “Focus on God,” the sign read. It’s a little late for religious piety, I thought.
Since 93 percent of black voters and 72 percent of Hispanic voters chose to put their trust in a Kenyan Communist, it’s a little late to start remembering that governments and governors are accountable to the Almighty, who judges both men and nations.
Generations of Americans have been weaned on a socialist gospel rather than the Gospel of Jesus Christ. It’s apparent too that millions have been indoctrinated with racial hatred by the very folks who are supposed to teach the love of Christ.
Millions more have been programmed by their apostate churches to believe salvation is earned through checking-the-block church membership or religious rituals.
They don’t know the Christ of the Bible and don’t put their faith in the truth of his death, burial and resurrection. Most Americans, and in fact, most the world’s so-called Christians, are little more than religious heathens.
Consequentially, billions have come to believe that God and government are synonymous. They’re too stupid academically and biblically to know the God of heaven hates a proud look (Prov. 16:5), a lying tongue (Prov. 12:22), hands that shed innocent blood (Psalms 106:38) and sexual perversion (Lev. 18:22).
God not only hates these things; they’re an abomination to him. Those who practice these sins without repenting are therefore abominable. Remember that word.
Religious heathens don’t read the Bible because most of them can’t read, or they’re functionally illiterate and unable to understand what they read.
Being little more than proles, they trust what their religious leaders, public educators, entertainers and the views media to tell them about God. They prefer fables to sound doctrine. They listen to all the wrong voices rather than the voices of those who trust God and believe his Scriptures.
They’re very religious, but they don’t know and don’t have a personal relationship with God.
Blasphemous Jamie Foxe can claim he was only joking when he called the beast his lord and savior or when he talked about how much fun it was to portray a violent vigilante who gets to “kill all the white people.” I doubt Jesus is laughing.
I also doubt the Lord is amused by Newsweek and its recent front-cover blasphemy.
The fact that Jamie Foxe and Newsweek are not eaten alive by the views media for saying such disgusting things only proves media bias and reinforces my call for all Christians to tune them out and turn them off. Stop supporting those who would deceive you. Don’t allow them to entertain and instruct you!
Rush Limbaugh can’t call a slut a slut, but NBC’s Ed Schultz and HBO’s Bill Maher can say any disgusting thing they want to about Michelle Bachmann or Sarah Palin.
The media’s hypocrisy is phenomenal. If anyone says anything even slightly critical of the beast, his attorney general or UN ambassador, they’re vilified by the media as racists, and yet the same media did everything but lynch Herman Cain and Allen West.
And the way they’ve questioned, ridiculed and attacked Marco Rubio for believing the biblical account of creation is nothing short of religious persecution. Still, no one is willing to challenge the media for violating Rubio’s 1st Amendment right to freedom of religion.
I don’t trust any of the TV network news, including Fox, who also failed to investigate the beast’s fictitious birth certificate and ridicules those who question it, calling us conspiracists.
I’m a journalist so I know you can’t trust newspapers or magazines. Nine out of 10 of my fellow journalists are hopeless liberals; they’re incapable of truly balanced news reporting. I’ve tried to convey this truth to the rest of the world through dozens of articles and two books, but most folks find it easier not to think they’re being manipulated by the media and others.
To figure out what’s going on in the world, you’ve got to study the reports spun by the views media and compare them with online conservative news magazines like this one. It’s your responsibility to get the facts.
Do you really believe you’re getting the truth about the school shooting in Connecticut? I don’t. The two sources we have for this tragedy are the government and the media – the two biggest liars of all times.
Among many other questionable reports from that shooting, I doubt an assault rifle was used, but they want you to believe an assault weapon was involved because that’s the gun they’re currently trying to outlaw. They’ll go after the other guns later.
I strongly suggest conservative Americans not reward the media or foul-mouth entertainers by watching their movies or TV programs or buying their CDs. I can live without fictional drama portrayed by hypocrites who make millions glamorizing gun violence then call for restrictions on the 2nd Amendment.
No entertainer who’s made his or her mark with the beast will benefit from my limited financial resources. It’s my responsibility to ensure I know who supports the beast and who doesn’t. Those who do won’t get my money, which means I’ll avoid vacationing in blue states and strictly limit my spending in those metropolitan areas that turned out for the beast in numbers greater than 100 percent.
I will, however, support businesses like Chick-fil-A, Hobby Lobby, Denny’s, Domino’s, Applebee’s and Papa John’s.
Big Mouth Belafonte is calling for the internment of everyone that disagrees with the beast, suspending the 1st Amendment and 2nd Amendment rights of those who will not accept his mark. He loves Big Brother. I don’t.
While they may shake their collective heads at idiots like Belafonte, most Americans fail to notice they’ve now lost the original Bill of Rights, bit by bit, through legal equivocating by congress, liberal state legislatures and municipal governments, not to mention executive orders and judicial decrees.
Now the views media is mounting a publicity campaign to support the beast’s bid to take our guns. Their slanted reporting blatantly asserts that we’re no longer governed by the Constitution and the rule of law but by opinion polls and mob rule. They claim most Americans are in favor of increased gun control and support the beast’s executive orders which by-pass congress.
You’ll notice how little coverage the media gives to the overwhelming number of gun and ammo sales since this recurrent debate began. Have you tried to buy any type of ammunition lately? It leaves me to wonder whom the media consider Americans (maybe the 53 million proles that supported the devil rather than the 260 million who didn’t).
Like Belafonte, the media is ready to indorse mass internment and destruction of those who oppose their false messiah.
As I said in my last NWVs article though, I don’t care what the polls claim. I will fight for my rights and protect my family until the day I die, and when I die, I’ll day a free man – not a slave!
It was sort of nice to see all 50 states had submitted petitions to secede from the union following the mock elections. But did you really think this wanna-be pharaoh would let our people go? He’s already raised the threshold for petitions to reach the Out House from 25,000 to 100,000, not that he cares what even 200 million real Americans think.
It would be far better if our 30 republican governors use their states’ powers of nullification to oppose the beast on every turn, starting with ObamaCare and gun control.
The media is using tactics never before dreamed, including publishing the names and addresses of gun owners in their newspapers. Yeah, I know some folks have responded by publishing online the name, addresses and pictures of newspaper publishers and editors. It’s not enough.
The names, addresses and pictures of all elitists – including those billionaires calling the shots and every member of the Council on Foreign Relations – need to be published online. That way we’ll know who to thank when civil war breaks out.
They’re going to keep pushing gun owners, and pushing gun owners, and pushing gun owners until they’ve gotten the response they want – the shots the media will ensure are heard around the world – gun owners going after those who’ve pushed them into a corner – media, politicians, entertainers, billionaires, etc.
As I’ve said before, that’ll give the beast the impetus he wants to declare martial law and gun confiscation. And that’ll start the civil war so many of us see coming. It won’t be like the last one with huge armies fighting in open terrain. It’ll be house to house and neighborhood to neighborhood.
Those who think law enforcement and military leaders won’t follow such an unconstitutional order forget what happened in 1861.
Personally, I intend to continue assembling my bug-out kit, and I’ll keep praying. Some folks seemed to be a little confused when I mentioned precatory prayer in a previous article. Please understand I have no intention of praying God’s wrath to fall upon those I know from the Scriptures are already facing his judgment. That’s why I asked you to remember that word abominable.
There is no need to pray for God to judge the beast or his allies. Their fate is already decided.
God doesn’t need me nor does he want me to pray for his judgment on evil men. He’ll do that according to his Word. What he does ask me to do is examine myself and allow him to point out my own sin. I see no reason I can’t asked him to do the same for my country.
As surely as it is appointed once for a man to die then the judgment, so it must be for nations. Every man must examine himself and ensure he’s right with his Maker. I think it’s appropriate for this country to do the same.
Allow me to explain, using Psalm 139: 23-24:
“Search me (and the Divided States of America), O God, and know my heart (and the heart of the American people): try me (and our political leaders), and know my thoughts (and the thoughts education and business leaders): And see if there be any wicked way in me (and our spiritual leaders), and lead me (and those who’ll turn back to you) in the way of everlasting.”
Judge us all, Lord – individuals and nation – that we might seek your forgiveness and maybe once again receive your blessing.
My first four-year tour in the airborne infantry was in an 81mm mortar platoon. One of the missions we trained for was called “a danger close fire mission.” It was one of those last-resort missions you were to use only when the enemy was upon you and overrunning your position.
Although we never “dropped a round” during this training, I noted how the gun barrel of our mortars were pointing nearly straight up. If we fired, the round would go up and come back down just outside, maybe even within our perimeter. A danger close fire mission was indeed a last resort.
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Folks, if you’ll notice, our position has been overrun. The enemy is among us. It’s time for a Danger Close Prayer Mission.
My precatory prayer is that God will search the hearts of his own and lead us back to him. As for those who persecute us, I pray he’ll block the beast’s every effort to destroy us from the face of the earth.
I pray God will frustrate the plans of Satan by keeping his demonic servants preoccupied with natural disasters, social upheavals and economic chaos. And as he does this, I pray he will protect those who trust in Christ just as he protected the Israelites in the land of Goshen when he sent plague after plague upon Egypt.
Lastly, I pray he’ll enable us to fight against the forces of darkness with wisdom and power until he comes for his church.
Even so, come Lord Jesus. And quickly, please.
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