It was Abraham Lincoln who said, “America will never be destroyed from the outside. If we falter and lose our freedoms, it will be because we destroyed ourselves.”
Have you ever noticed that over the course of time, it seems it has always been left up to a few to sacrifice for the freedom of all. During the American Revolution, it was only 3% of the population that fought for our freedom against Great Britain and the tyrant King George. These few brave men and women not only fought for freedom for themselves and their own families, but also for the freedoms of those who sat back and did nothing, and so it is today! The only difference is, our forefathers would never have allowed things to get as bad as they are now; and that is to the shame of the American people who have sat back and done nothing as our country is being destroyed!
The America we live in today is not the same America that our Founding Forefathers left us. In fact, this isn’t even in the same country it was from 40 years ago. What do you think our Forefathers would think if they were alive today? They would not even be able to walk down the street without being shocked and appalled at the state of our nation.
Today, we have an America where men can allegedly “marry” men and women can allegedly “marry” women, which has never been in the history of mankind and goes strictly against the Laws of God – Matthew 19:5, Leviticus 20:13, Leviticus 18:22), while men try to transform themselves into women and women “try” to transform into men. What’s worse is that instead of condemning this behavior and dealing with it accordingly – the corrupt in this nation praise it!
What is wrong with the American people that they are allowing this to happen? There is something horribly wrong with this picture here. Did America, as a whole, suddenly lose all sense of purity, right and wrong and become a degenerate whore in the eyes of God? Read the Book of Jeremiah.
Children, as young as five years old, are being indoctrinated into sodomy in public schools, adultery and fornication are rampant, violence is everywhere, the wicked are praised, the just are condemned and the people stand for it! If it was not tolerated, our country would not be in the state it is today.
There is no excuse for why America is the way it is. We are being destroyed from within because the American people do nothing! On the Fourth of July we celebrated the day our nation declared its independence from England. What did we celebrate? Sodomy-based “marriage”? Tyranny in government? Abortion? Men “trying” to become women? Corruption? Lawlessness? You tell me! What has our nation become?!
It was William Booth who said, “If you want to change the future, you’re going to have to trouble the present.” America, it’s time to start troubling the present! It doesn’t matter if you are called a “hater” or a “bigot.” It doesn’t matter if it is “socially acceptable” to stand against sin (The transgression of God’s Law – I John 3:4) or not. Do you think when you stand in front of the Judgment Seat of Christ one day that the “Well Lord it just wasn’t ‘socially acceptable’ to stand with you” excuse is going to work? (2 Corinthians 5:10) I don’t think so.
As Edmund Burke rightfully said, “The only thing necessary for the triumph of evil is for good men to do nothing.” Are you doing nothing?
This nation will reap what it has sown and it is a harvest we do not want to reap. Thomas Jefferson said, “I tremble for my country when I reflect that God is just; that His justice cannot sleep forever.” What will be the fate of America? What will history say about our generation?
When Barak Obama said that he wanted to fundamentally transform America, did we roll over and let it happen? It many ways, apparently so, but this fight isn’t over America.
Martin Luther King Jr. rightfully said, “The time is always right to do what’s right.” It’s time to return to that which is right (Jeremiah 6:16). As for me and my house, we will serve the Lord (Joshua 24:15)! Whose side are you on? God’s or corrupt man? It’s time for the people of this nation to make the choice to rise up and uproot the wickedness that has laid hold of it. If we do not, we hasten destruction upon ourselves.