There comes a point in one’s life when they stop fighting. You know the person because, hopefully, you are the person who may be the family oddball, black sheep or scapegoat-primarily because you can think for yourself. When you break the chains of codependency, you truly live in a land of freedom; but may I caution you to maybe, if possible, not argue, harass or demean anyone for any reason-especially for their political or private beliefs.
The past three years have hardened our determination to fight for God and country. Yet we are weary and battle fatigued; some of us have PTSD, others family in the military. Basically a group of anonymous patriots who want our God given rights to be protected, our children safe, human trafficking ended. Our families divided, our friendships lost-it adds up and it is my belief that most of us just want the truth to come out.
Yet we remain in suspended animation, awaiting the other shoe dropping-the one that will send the people you love reeling in thoughts of hopelessness, or helplessness. I have learned a few things about the Great Awakening, and in so doing Jesus has shown me how to overcome any thoughts of enmity or rage. I have come through to the other side, through persecution and great grief-and now I want nothing but God, love and peace in my life.
I’m not perfect, I still fight dirty on Twitter when I’m fatigued. I can meme with the best of them, but I try to do it with humor. I will not fight, condemn or fear another man. Simply put? Don’t harsh my mellow man.
You hide in your mansion, with young people’s blood… – Dylan
For every fallen angel, demon and predator-to those of you who hide in the dark alleys and crawl the crevices-God have mercy on your souls.
The best we can do, as soldiers of Christ, is allow His love to fill our hearts, His grace to calm our souls. We need to love one another back to health, one day, one need at a time.
The Storm has finally arrived.
I hear it’s going to be biblical~