Restoring America is a hard battle. There is persecution along the way. Many in my movement have been threatened and verbally attacked. Our GOP meetings with the establishment, is filled with tension and cross words. Standing for principles is laughed at, and our leaders speak at us worse than most would speak to a dog.
Fortunately, being a child of God, I can be refilled with the Spirit to help stay strong during these fights. More and more, as we continue this journey I see spiritual forces fighting. I see evil seep out of leaders. On Sunday’s, I am refreshed and reminded that nothing and no one can separate me from the love of God. I am reminded in every persecution that I can still hold my head up high because even if I am being yelled at like a dog, my Father in heaven is watching over me, and if I have a Christ-like attitude, He is given all the glory.
Politics and power make people do crazy things, shore up your foundations patriots, because in the fight for the soul of our nation, the enemy is going to be out in full force. We must pray that God is guiding our footsteps because the He is the only one who can save America!
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We the People Wednesdays….
Please submit your stories on what you are doing to personally restore our country, would love to feature the work being done across the country!
I am currently reading Up From Slavery by Booker T. Washington. I am only a couple chapters in, and I already admire this man’s passion and ambition.
Booker was born into slavery and was a young boy when he was freed by the Emancipation Proclamation. His poor family moved to West Virginia where he worked in the salt furnaces with his father and brother.
Booker’s community had a strong desire to be educated. There were no free schools, so everyone in the community hired a teacher with the agreement that they would take turns providing for the teacher throughout the month. Teacher Day in the families’ homes was a special occasion where they shared with the teacher their best meals and accommodations. Booker’s father saw more worth in the boy’s working in the furnace. To his dismay, Booker was not allowed to attend school. Longing for an education, Booker and his mother arranged for the teacher to come at night and give lessons.
I am blown away with the strong desire for young Booker to excel in his life. At a young age, he worked hard and dedicated himself to learning. So many obstacles stood in this boy’s way and he grew stronger and worked around them. As I look at my own opportunities, I am continually convicted to use my time wisely, and reach my potential in life despite anything that my stands in my way. Reach high Patriots! With our current life of comfort, imagine what we could learn and become if we strived to work as hard as a school-aged boy!
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