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Election 2020  Saints vs. Demons

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on October 28, 2020 by andelino

Election 2020 — Saints vs. Demons
By Christine Smith

Yes, in every sense of the biblical use of the word, President Donald J. Trump is a saint.

The only problem you might have with this statement is your lack of understanding of what a saint is, or for some of you who reject God and thus reject those who do his work.

The truth is that we are all called by God to be saints and only a few listen and abide by His will.

Sainthood is not something which is a mere designation by a particular church as it is God who recognizes saints. The illusion many people have of what a saint is, influenced and distorted by what they think they know of the Catholic Church, is not even based on that Church’s criteria — as throughout history its saints prior to conversion included men and women of a multitude of sins from prostitution, whore-mongering, hedonism, etc.

Sainthood is not for perfect human beings as there are none. Sainthood is not some lofty other-worldly detachment from life in the here and now. Sainthood doesn’t apply only to the outwardly religious, on the contrary, the saints among us, more often than not, will not exhibit religiosity as in adherence to rituals, creeds, etc.

Sainthood is the intended purpose by our redemptive God of every individual who is a believer in Jesus Christ. Sainthood is the remarkable exuding of extraordinary power by an ordinary man. Sainthood is achieved by fully embracing life now, this very day and its circumstances , to make it better. Sainthood refers to those who evince righteousness due to their seeking to do what is right at all times, for that is what a true Christian strives to do. In doing so, we build up the body of Christ (the true Church) and affect the world around us by the choices we make.

“President Trump exemplifies what a saint is. He has become, whether he is fully aware of it or not, a spiritual advocate for everything which is good and can become good once again in America. He exemplifies what a believer is supposed to be,   unique, creative, and bold. We are God’s creation intended to create good.”

He is an example for all with eyes to see of a man who does good and endeavors to choose what is right. The list of good achievements he has accomplished for the United States and the world is long.

We are all on an earthly journey and while here it is our mission to be Christ-like and in doing so be the saints God would have us be, exemplifying greatness that only an individual can accomplish when his heart is set rightly. This is what a saint is,  a man set apart from his peers , one who aspires to create, an instrument of God doing good works. This is what we see in President Trump, a man endeavoring to do what is loving for all Americans, a man with courage to do not what is politically correct but rather to do what is correct.

Saints, all true Christian believers whose lives evince dedication to doing what is lovingly right, share these characteristics: Justice, non-conformity, and strength. Saints vary in spiritual maturity, though according to the Bible all who trust in Jesus Christ are considered saints by God, and simultaneously they are called to be saints, that is to endeavor to evince that which God knows they are capable of achieving through him. This sets us apart from other people. The most effective saints are those who are ready for battle.

Donald Trump was well-equipped for his position and the unique ministry he has been given, having spent decades acquiring and developing the creative talents and thought processes necessary to set himself apart from all the other politicians he faced when he sought the Republican nomination and then to set himself apart from the wicked woman who challenged him for the office of the presidency.

He continues to be set apart even from those around him now. He is not like them…he is not one of the swamp creatures which comprise most of his political party and certainly the opposing political party, he is set apart, he is a saint,  a man who wants his actions to match his words,  a man of integrity and boldness,  a man of God.

And, that, my readers, is why he is hated by so many. The evil ones, and there are many, recognize he is not one of them. He seeks not their approval, he seeks not what they seek,   power, money, and anti-God agendas,  he seeks the noble and honorable goal of doing what is best for Americans and when that requires undoing the evils they have done,  he does it.

He, unlike most in political power, is there for the right purpose. For this, he is persecuted just as Jesus told us one such as Trump would be: “Remember what I told you: ‘A servant is not greater than his master.’ If they persecuted me, they will persecute you also. If they obeyed my teaching, they will obey yours also.” (John 15:20). One of the surest signs of being a saint is being constantly subjected to vitriolic accusatory attacks by vile men. The self-righteous always attack the genuine righteous.

Trump’s strong sense of righteous indignation is biblical. His rejection of political correctness is biblical. It is imperative that a good man expresses his revulsion at evil and when acquired the power to do so to vanquish it and for this, he is understandably hated by the wicked. “The righteous detest the dishonest; the wicked detest the upright.” (Proverbs 29:27)

Trump’s advancement of strength, energy, and determination is biblical and God-given. His decision to serve this nation has placed an immense burden of responsibility on him, and all because he was willing to be used. His remarkable degree of good works reveals he who sent him and who guides him. Anointed by God, he is a man set apart for the unique purpose of giving the United States what I believe is its last opportunity for redemption after decades of committing much evil due to rejecting God in its government and society.

Trump is an example for every saint of what our heart must proclaim and emulate daily: “Use me. I want to do what is right.” That sets him apart from the majority in Washington DC and most politicians nationwide. His entire life has been one of creative building expressed in a multitude of projects which blessed himself and his family as well as many he would never even know. An entrepreneur does that. This built the character we see today, one which doesn’t care what other people think, but instead forges ahead with his goals.

This already remarkable man listened to the call of God, whether he identified it or not, that still, small voice of the Holy Spirit speaks to all of us whose heart is right. Unlike his challengers, he didn’t seek it for fame/glory/wealth/power. He had everything a man could want already, he had a worthy goal, a goal aligned with God’s, and had developed the ability and talent to save America from its downfall and otherwise inevitable deserved destruction.

To be set apart from most around you is characteristic of a saint. It should define you if you are a believer. We are not called to “get along” with everyone, nor to be tolerant, nor to place the feelings of others above what our heart tells us is right or wrong. We are called to do what is right.

Those who oppose President Trump reveal they oppose God, for everything President Trump has done and plans to do for America,  is entirely consistent with God’s word, teachings, and prophecy. And, yet, crafty manipulators, the deceivers, who follow the father of all lies Satan, twist Scripture to attack him.

They scoff at and are angered by Christians who support him, they are the ones who use accusatory words expressing the sentiment “He is no saint,” when the truth is they exemplify Matthew 7:5 in which the hypocrite is described, the one always ready to accuse the one with a speck in his eye when they have a beam of darkness in their own. All saints are sinners, “For all have sinned, and come short of the glory of God,” (Romans 3:23). The difference between us and those mired in darkness, we have chosen again and they remain in their spiritual darkness.

In what he has done for America, Israel, and the world, President Trump has evinced a courageous righteousness no one in the presidential office has ever done. In addition, his words themselves have resulted in Americans again turning to God in a way they had not done in public life for decades. I see people developing strength in their witness, in their proclamation that God’s principles must be the measure of what our children are taught, what laws are made, and what we as a society should praise and what should be rejected. It is amazing to see what the Holy Spirit can accomplish through a man whose heart is willing.

Satan’s decade’s long stronghold of the United States is now threatened as never before. President Trump’s appearance on the world stage has been the most disturbing occurrence they could experience because he boldly challenges everything they stand for. He stands for righteousness, life, law and order, justice, self-defense, prosperity, personal responsibility, beautiful Judaeo-Christian traditions and belief, and compassion. These characteristics are the antithesis of those who oppose him, despite their protestations of standing for noble traits their actions show they stand for nothing but death, death to everything good and upon which our nation was founded.

Some Democrats proclaim their belief in God/prayer/faith, when their political platform proves they are like the Scribes and Pharisees Jesus described in Matthew 23 where he repeatedly described their outward words as contrasted with their wicked behavior with concluding remarks beginning in Verse 33, “You snakes! You brood of vipers! How will you escape being condemned to hell?” Likewise, those who are truly Christian do not condemn another who professes Christianity for taking their faith seriously.

Having anti-God stances on every issue, they, “for such people are false apostles, deceitful workers, masquerading as apostles of Christ.  And no wonder, for Satan himself masquerades as an angel of light. It is not surprising, then, if his servants also masquerade as servants of righteousness. Their end will be what their actions deserve.” (2 Corinthians 11:13–15). In other words, those who claim to be of God while doing Satan’s work will reap the consequences.

Those who advocate for evil demonic policies such as the murder of babies, communism, the antithesis of all we are taught for civil order and personal responsibility in the Bible, and stand with the thugs and perverts in society, haven’t a leg to stand on in their condemnation of President Trump.

We are told we can discern who is a true Christian versus those who are not with the simple test: “By their fruit you will recognize them. Do people pick grapes from thorn bushes, or figs from thistles?” (Matthew 7:16) not by what they say, “Not everyone who says to me, ‘Lord, Lord,’ will enter the kingdom of heaven, but only the one who does the will of my Father who is in heaven. Many will say to me on that day, ‘Lord, Lord, did we not prophesy in your name and in your name drive out demons and in your name perform many miracles?’ Then I will tell them plainly, ‘I never knew you. Away from me, you evildoers!’” (Matthew 7:21–23).

Examining the life of Jesus Christ we find in him our perfect example: as the man he became on earth, being of flesh and blood like us, he did not behave at all like those around him who were regarded as holy. Instead, he in true holiness, boldly identified the evil-doers, the hypocrites, sometimes with scathing condemnation. Without this, those doing evil would have no reason or chance to reconsider their behavior.

Do not confuse his words or that of his apostles such as Paul advising us how to relate to fellow believers who transgress against us with how we are to relate to the followers of Satan, neither take the instruction to assist others as a call for the government to do that charity which you as an individual or as a church are to do.

The audience of such instructions in the Bible is often ignored by those who seek to confuse Christians into falsely equating forgiveness and compassion with a tolerance of sin and Marxism. Returning not evil for evil is vastly different from ignoring or embracing it. And among Christian brethren, the prerequisite to forgiveness is repentance. “So watch yourselves. If your brother or sister sins against you, rebuke them; and if they repent, forgive them. Even if they sin against you seven times in a day and seven times come back to you saying ‘I repent,’ you must forgive them.” (Luke 17:3–4).

Mass demonic deception has insidiously made its way into many pulpits so much so many Christians are deluded, uninformed, and thereby ineffectual and worse yet working in diametric opposition to God’s will. Despite their pastors seeking popularity over truth, each individual will be held accountable.

Jesus clearly stated he came to divide not bring unity, “Do not suppose that I have come to bring peace to the earth. I did not come to bring peace, but a sword.” (Matthew 10:34)  Do not be yoked together with unbelievers. For what do righteousness and wickedness have in common? Or what fellowship can light have with darkness?” (2 Corinthians 6:14).

President Trump’s opponent is not the feeble human being bearing the Democrat moniker; President Trump and every American who loves this nation and loves God is combating human beings controlled by Satanic forces. “For our struggle is not against flesh and blood, but against the rulers, against the authorities, against the powers of this dark world and against the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms. Therefore put on the full armor of God, so that when the day of evil comes, you may be able to stand your ground, and after you have done everything, to stand.”(Ephesians 6:12–13)

Human demons, those possessed or influenced predominately by or having become a demon, control the Democrat party. Anyone affiliating with the agenda and candidates of this evil enterprise aids and abets Satan’s goal of the total destruction of America. The battleground is our nation, and its soul like that of an individual will receive consequences for the choices its people make.

Our nation is suffering right now because of its acceptance and glorification of sin in its society and its choice of representatives, “When the righteous thrive, the people rejoice; when the wicked rule, the people groan” (Proverbs 29: 2) “If a ruler listens to lies, all his officials become wicked.” (Proverbs 12)…but remember, “When the wicked thrive, so does sin, but the righteous will see their downfall.” (Proverbs 16)

President Trump has stood and worked for that which is “life enhancing”; his adversaries stand and work for all which brings “death and decay.”

What we are witnessing in our nation is a spiritual battle. Between good and evil, light and darkness, between  saints and a demons.

Michael Brown vs. Jesus Christ

Posted in uncategorized with tags , , , , , on August 27, 2014 by andelino

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A crowd of family, friends, music stars, civil rights leaders and preachers gathered at the Friendly Temple Missionary Baptist Church for the memorial of Michael Brown, an 18 year old black “robber” thug who was fatally shot by local police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson, Mo.

The funeral, however, was not a somber occasion for friends and family to grieve. It was instead turned into a rally with a cry for “justice” before all the facts have been laid out and before an investigation is completed.

Not only did racial hustler and professional agitator “The Reverend” Al Sharpton give a eulogy, which was a cry for “vigilante” justice, for an individual he didn’t even know, the service was attended by three members of the Obama “regime” as well as various celebrities.

The description of Michael Brown as a “gentle giant,” despite the fact that he was caught on video “attacking” a store clerk, was taken to an entirely different level by Brown’s uncle, Pastor Charles Ewing.

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Pastor Charles Ewing, uncle of robber thug Michael Brown.

In speaking about his nephew and the untimely death with which he was met, Ewing made a claims that some would view as “blasphemy.” He compared his nephew to “Jesus Christ’s Crucifixion.”

The Daily Caller has numerous excerpts of the “eulogy” that Ewing, who was no doubt grieving, gave about his nephew.

“Michael Brown was 18 years old. He was shot around noon. Our Lord and Savior hung on the cross — now compare our time frame 12 o’clock to the Jewish time frame which is at the sixth hour. Michael Brown died on August the 9th. Jesus hung on the cross between the sixth and the 9th hour.”

Ewing is making the case that Brown’s death was like the “crucifixion” of Christ relieved!

He continued by drawing “parallels” between the geographical location of St. Louis and Jesus.

“If you look at the demographics of St. Louis, Missouri, we are known for the Gateway to the West. Now Holy Spirit said ‘well, look at 12 gates of Israel.’ The East gate that Jesus is going to walk to is shaped like an arch. Look at Interstate 70 rides 2, 153 miles from Maryland to all the way to Utah. Jesus spent 70 hours. Israel went into captivity for 70 years.”

The pastor went on to “compare” Brown to the story of Cain and Abel.

“Abel are mentioned in this passage seven times. Abel is mentioned in this passage 14 times. Brother is mentioned in this passage seven times. The question that Cain asked God — because his sacrifice was not acceptable because God is required before we come to him that our sacrifice is accepted before him.

Cain asked God: “Am I my brother’s keeper?” This is a question we should ask one another. God’s purpose for this to happen — even though we can’t fully understand. But at such a time as this, God is shaking his fist.”

This was a direct plug for Obama’s delusional “My Broker’s Keeper” program. One of the three Obama officials in attendance at the funeral was Broderick Johnson who not only heads Obama’s “My Brother’s Keeper” initiative, but who also attended high school with Michael Brown’s mother.

Ewing continued drawing parallels between Jesus “foreseeing” his own crucifixion and Brown supposedly “predicting” his own death.

In this parallel, Ewing “compared” Officer Wilson to Judas Iscariot. One of the twelve apostles of Christ, Judas “betrayed” Jesus in exchange for 30 coins of silver. Ewing was “insinuating” that Wilson was “paid” to kill Brown?

“Michael Brown prophetically spoke of his demise. Not giving justification or legalizing this officer — it does not give him the right to take his life. Judas when he betrayed Jesus Christ — he yet have to suffer the consequences.”

Brown’s uncle rapped up his comments by “comparing” Brown’s situation to other “mass shooting” incidents.

He continued with a cry against “gun” violence, an excerpt likely to be used by “anti-gun” rights activists in their continued attack on gun rights.

He added in another “plug” for Obama’s initiative.

“There is a cry being made from the ground not just for Michael Brown, but for the Trayvon Martins, for those children at Sandy Hook Elementary School, for the Columbine massacre, for the black-on-black crime — there is a cry being made from the ground and God is hearing the vengeance of his slain.”

“Because God has heard the cry of the blood coming from the ground. He has made a remedy in the person Jesus Christ. That’s why someone said there is a fountain filled with blood that flows… people of God, the nation, we must remind ourselves the question ‘am I my brother’s keeper?’”

In closing, Ewing took his portrayal of Brown as a “gentle giant” even further, going so far as to “allude” to the fact that Wilson is “of the devil.”

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Solomon Williams joined in on the religious comparisons to Brown by calling him a “martyred beloved son.”

“We know that all things work together for good to them that love God. To them who are called according to his purpose. We see and hear the shared and spilled blood of Michael screaming through others for justice and justice will prevail. Justice shall prevail.”

“Our dearly beloved, bereaved family hold your head up high for your martyred beloved son. The devil did it for harm but God will turn it around for good.”

Ewing’s eulogy followed in the same “vein” as Al Sharpton with a cry that justice will prevail. Sharpton can be seen in the video “nodding” his head in agreement of the comparison of “Brown’s death to that of Jesus Christ.”

Rather than “encourage” those in attendance to remain calm and wait for the full investigation to be complete, he “perpetuated” the “cry for justice” in the way the community desires. His words did not such that would encourage “calm,” instead they echo the cries for “vigilante justice” heard all too often out of Ferguson.

This is a “dangerous” road that people in Ferguson are being led down, and it is a “road” that only goes in one direction.

While the “racial” grievance professionals are “stirring” things up in Ferguson with ever-changing “stories” and ignoring of “any and all facts” that may not fit their agenda, they are encouraging people to continue the “mantra” that a white officer killed an unarmed black teen simply “because he was black.”

Might that be the case? It is not for the media or the “race hustlers” like Al Sharpton to “decide or even try” to influence. It is a matter to leave up to our “judicial” system.

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No longer committing strong arm robberies.

R.I.P. Michael Brown

Meanwhile, another family is “grieving” the loss of a son and a child the loss of a father. Dillon Taylor, described as a “white” Hispanic, was shot by a non-white, believed to be “black” police officer in Utah. Taylor was “unarmed” and had committed no crime.

He simply “matched” a description and made the “deadly” mistake of having “earphones” in his ears and “hands” in his pockets.

“There were not riots. There has been no visit by Al Sharpton, Jesse Jackson, or Eric Holder. There has been no mention of the case by Barack Obama. There has been no national media on the scene 24/7.”

There is only a family left to grieve with no answers as of now. Were the races in this case reversed, the events in Ferguson is clear evidence that the response by those aforementioned would be different.

 

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