Michael Heath

By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, and honour, and life. —Proverbs 22:4

In a debate with Bertrand Russell in 1935 the great Christian writer G.K. Chesterton observed, “No society can sur-vive the socialist fallacy that there is an absolutely unlimited number of inspired officials and an absolutely unlim-ited amount of money to pay them.” One half of our political system, the Democrats, are now savage proponents of this socialist fallacy.

It has become so bad that almost nobody is taking time to listen to them anymore. Americans who vote for them are simply voting their covetous view of the world. They don’t take time to think about what these “leaders” are promoting. They just believe that they will give them a new cellphone, more food stamps or a paycheck without work.

Chesterton is right. No society can survive this. Obviously there isn’t “an absolutely unlimited number of inspired officials and an absolutely unlimited amount of money.”

By humility and the fear of the Lord are riches, and honour, and life.

My wife, Paulie, and I travelled four hours south to Charlotte, North Carolina yesterday afternoon with our friend from Virginia, Mark Trump. We did so to support a humble U.S. Marine Gunnery Sergeant who fears the Lord. After twenty three years of military service to his nation he entered American society as a Street Preacher.

His dedication to his country as a Marine put mortal death or killing in his world for over two decades. His decision to call for repentance everywhere and at all times magnified his self sacrifice. As a soldier for Jesus he fights for eternal souls. What I like about Alan Hoyle is that he knows that he is not simply fighting to save the soul of indi-viduals. He is fighting to save the soul of a nation.

The first court hearing in one of the most unjust legal cases I’ve ever seen was held in the Charlotte Courthouse yes-terday afternoon. Paulie, Mark and I were forbidden from witnessing the hearing by three arrogant uniformed thugs at the door to the hearing room. This after being forced through the usual gauntlet of privacy destroying tech in or-der to enter the courthouse. We don’t live in any kind of free society anymore, that’s clear from this thankfully in-frequent visit to an American courthouse.

Hoyle’s case was saved for last. We sat in the hallway outside the hearing room for nearly three hours. The time passed quickly because three men were with us in support of Alan. The Christian fellowship was rich.

Mr. Truth Truck, Ron Brock, was there in support of his friend. No stranger to the American injustice system Ron told me they always clear the hearing rooms of all other cases to avoid public exposure of their corrupt system by bold Christian truth tellers. That’s why Hoyle’s case was heard last.

The clerk told him that he must choose whether to plead guilty and then be processed through the system with the likelihood of being forced to pay a fine, or plead not guilty and face the possibility of 60 days in jail after appearing before a Judge. I don’t have to tell you how Gunnery Sergeant Hoyle plead. You can guess. NOT GUILTY.

He was forced into this farce of a Justice system after launching a Christian offensive at a Charlotte sin parade this summer. Men, women and children gyrated in sexually suggestive ways on public streets while Alan preached the gospel. Some wore masks. Like any good Marine Alan came prepared with ammunition. He cited chapter and verse of North Carolina law concerning the wearing of masks in public to the police. He demanded that the law be enforced.

What makes Hoyle’s Christian offensive all the more important is the rise of the “furries.” Unsatisfied with the short list of letters in their LGBTQ designation sodomites are now pushing into bestiality. They dress up as ani-mals, with furry face masks, and act gay in front of children. No question where they are headed with this latest iteration of their rapacious agenda. Some are openly calling for the legalization of adult child sex —pedophilia.

Guess how many pastors were there to support Alan, or to preach the gospel with him at the “Parade.” None. The government is fully on the side of “furries” in Billy Graham’s hometown and there isn’t one pastor defending Gun-nery Sergeant Alan Hoyle. There’s something way wrong with this picture.

Jesus Christ didn’t mince words when it came to children. Adults who erect walls between childhood innocence and the Gospel of Jesus Christ are brutally condemned by “Mr. Love, Love, Love” … Jesus Christ. He described the Just punishment as being thrown into the sea wearing a millstone necklace.

Alan Hoyle stood with Jesus Christ alone on that public street. Not even the police were there to protect either him or the impressionable children. He stood alone in that hearing room yesterday afternoon. And he’ll now go alone to face the Judge.

The blood of martyrs is the seed of the Church. Thank you Alan Hoyle for your example of humility, and fear of the Lord. Your life is an example of heavenly riches and honour.

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