The year 2016 has been a banner year for telling the truth. Finally, good is winning again. It’s been an ugly year for those who love lies.
Evil is trying to regain power over the people by piling on the lies, but the truth is more powerful when good men stand up.
Just over a year ago, WND published my book, “The Antidote: Healing America from the Poison of Hate, Blame and Victimhood.”
After completing “The Antidote,” I clearly realized that “racism” does not exist, and it has never existed.
Evil people malign good men with accusations like “racism” and “sexism.” These lies have worn thin. They are boogie men meant to blind angry people to the injustice of their own human judgment.
Because most people have guilt, fear and anger, most men falter, and the lie continues.
Spiritual battle on the national stage
This year, decent men stood firm and overcame, not caving to pressure or intimidation, not flinching at false accusations – not even holding grudges when attacked. Serious business, but they had fun fighting evil, even at times toying with the enemy.
“We the People” saw it and rejoiced, finally able to stand with men who didn’t cower.
The truth stung the children of the lie. After decades of unaccountability and ever-worsening hell, finally the people have hope again.
The fallen state and Black Lives Matter
This year marked the launch of my TV talk show, “The Fallen State,” in which I interview people with the intent to help people know for sure whether what they believe is true.
Because so many have fallen away from God, they accept things they’ve learned from false authorities, imagining that they see reality, thinking that they think for themselves.
One of the most popular episodes was my discussion with Black Lives Matter supporters who disagreed with me about Beyonce’s disgraceful Super Bowl half-time performance pushing the ridiculous, wicked lies of “black power” and black “victimhood.”
These people could not prove a single example of “racism,” but they still felt like they suffered for being black.
Most of Black Lives Matter “leaders” are radical homosexuals, black lesbian feminist activists and white communists who hate capitalism, hate America, hate men, hate white people and cops. They lack a good relationship with their fathers, so they feel justified in hating good.
Prominent agitator Jasmine “Abdullah” Richards stormed out of my TV studio after yelling from the audience that I was “traumatizing” her cohorts, taking one of my guests with her, walking out of the interview prematurely.
Around the country, people are seeing through the lies of Black Lives Matter, seeing how wicked they are, the trouble they stir, and false accusations they sling. Decent blacks are waking up.
The mainstream media, major political parties and corrupt government leaders supported and validated Black Lives Matter with lies and half-truths, many naive people believe the slanderous lies that “racism” exists, that the justice system is “racist,” and that cops and “whites” are getting away with “murdering” black people.
But because leaders are standing up and confronting the lie, the truth is winning. Let’s keep it up. Be a leader.
How can people help?
I interviewed University of Toronto professor Jordan B. Peterson on my radio show about the attack he’s suffered for speaking out against the use of “genderless pronouns” the Canadian government is forcing people by law to use, in a leftist attack on the God-given identities of men, women and families. (It’s happening in America, too.)
I asked Dr. Peterson how people can help, and he urged that people work on their own character and speak up for what’s right, and in doing so they would help him in his fight.
He is right: You cannot fight for righteousness if you yourself cannot overcome the evil within. And you cannot defeat evil around you if you fail to address it.
If you don’t forgive, God won’t forgive you
Jesus told the parable of a man who owed his master a certain sum of money. He seemed grateful when the master forgave the debt. But later, he choked a fellow servant who owed him a much smaller sum of money. The master caught wind of it and threw the unforgiving servant in prison, reinstituting the debt.
Similarly, when you are angry, you pass judgment as though you are greater than God – but God doesn’t treat you that way. By your unforgiveness, you show that you do not know God and are not guided by him.
I was encouraged to see and read about our president-elect, that he does not hold grudges against those who wrong him. This is a powerful trait for a leader.
Healing America through forgiveness
In March, I spoke to Steeling the Mind Bible Conference about forgiveness. Forgiveness is the only way to heal as individuals, families and as a country.
Stay in prayer, and forgive.
Article posted with permission from Jesse Lee Peterson