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There was a time when the title of this post was not true. At that time, being a good American was synonymous with being a good Christian. These were interdependent concepts. You could not be one without being the other.
But those days are gone. Oh, how times have changed!
This new America is an upside down America. Inversion and perversion are the order of the day.
Good is now evil, and evil is good.
Therefore, to be a good American, one must be a terrible Christian by default.
For example: I’ve known Christian Americans who will fly the American flag everyday, religiously, but who never mention the name of the Messiah, nor what he did, nor what he said.
I’ve seen Americans driving brand new SUVs pass by a homeless man standing at the terminus of an exit ramp holding a sign saying “I’m a Veteran – please help.” In fact, I sat behind 4 such vehicles in this instance in Dallas, TX, and each one passed by the man as if he wasn’t even there. Were they all Christians? Who knows, but this was Texas, after all. I’m sure at least some of them were. And you can’t tell me they lacked the means to help.
I don’t remember Christ ever saying that it was our “privilege” as Christians to turn aside the needy when they were asking for help. As far as I see it, if all wealth comes from God (and it does), and you have been blessed enough to earn money that week, you are beholden to give some of it when asked in the instance when the Lord puts a beggar in your path. That is, if you call yourself a “Christian.” Those people in front of me were not Christians, regardless of what they professed.
They were good Americans, though. Good Americans hate the homeless. To them, the homeless are lazy bums. They want to live that way. This is the land of abundance, and opportunities are equally available to all, so there’s no excuse for not being rich. Excuse me while I puke.
As Christians we are instructed to make ourselves small, meek, the least of all.
Not Americans today. Oh no.
Americans are now, as a rule, puffed up with pride. They’re all top dogs. They all come first. It’s “Me-Monsters” on parade all across this once great land (creds to Brian Regan for that moniker). “Me first!” is their battle cry as they barge out into the teaming masses. I don’t even know how it’s possible for everyone to come first, but that doesn’t stop these selfish idiots from expecting it – just watch them on the roadways sometime and you’ll catch the drift in a big hurry.
It’s no surprise this epidemic of selfishness is blighting this country. Look no further than the parents for the source.
Somewhere along the line (I would wager right around the publication of Benjamin Spock’s best-selling book) parents stopped disciplining their children, and began to tell them that they were special, that they had sunshine and rainbows shooting out of their butts, and they could do no wrong.
And the children, naturally, believed it.
Then, when they went out into the real world, the real world of course begged to differ. But that didn’t stop them from continuing in this fallacious belief – they just had to assert themselves more forcefully. Now we have the spectacle of Me-Monsters everywhere pushing and shoving each other in their futile endeavors to all be at the top of the heap. That’s what good Americans do.
Christians don’t spare the rod in rearing their children, for to spare the rod is to “spoil” the child. Spoil, in this context, is identical to it’s meaning regarding food. Spoiled food is useless. The same goes for spoiled children. They are no use to themselves, anyone else, or God.
To make matters worse, many parents today don’t even raise their own kids. Now nannys and schools take care of that job. Society tells parents that the both of them must work, and by golly, they do! Can’t sacrifice our standard of living to participate in the growth and rearing of our own children – we’ll farm that job out to surrogates instead! Money is our God – we’re good Americans!!
Is it any wonder that in a nation of infantile, me-first morons, competition is glorified? There can only be one winner, and everyone thinks it will be them! To the narcissist, only competition can be understood. Cooperation is inconceivable. But not to the Christian.
The early church, according to the book of Acts, shared all that each had communally and broke down all distinctions between themselves. No one was special. No one was a “cut above” anyone else. God is not a respecter of persons, nor should Christians be.
That concept will never fly with good Americans.
The path that was once shared by good Americans and Christians has become permanently split, and now each must go their separate ways – one to everlasting life, and the other to everlasting shame and contempt.
Posted in Dreams/Visions, Posts, Spirituality, tagged 12.0 earthquake, asteroid, asteroid impact, cataclysm, Efrain Rodriguez, God, Jesus Christ, judgement, prophecy, prophet, Puerto Rico, Wade Venden on October 9, 2014| Leave a Comment »
I’m posting this for those who haven’t yet heard this powerful prophecy about a soon-to-come event in Puerto Rico – an event that will reach out to affect many countries around that entire region. It’s long, but very instructive and well-delivered.