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A word on the Riots

From the beginning of this situation, I have sensed something was not right. I had sensed in my spirit that this had been planned, and within the last two days, evidence has begun to emerge that this is true. The groups who are systematically looting and destroying property are highly organized.

They are well-supplied and equipped. Pallets of bricks have been set out in the streets. Some of these people appear to have military-grade radios and repeaters. This suggests that they have a command-and-control center set up somewhere coordinating their efforts. The consistent report from local people in each city is that these bands of rioters don’t seem to know their way around, which suggests they are not the local residents.

It has now also come to light that they have phone numbers to call to be bailed out. The level of coordination involved indicates this has been planned for some time, and the death of George Floyd isn’t the real cause. This is an insurrection

Documents have been found that appear to be strong evidence that this is a plot by demoestic enemies of our nation.

That said, what is the endgame here? What is the goal?

This is not a series of spontaneous riots. This is a war being fought to accomplish several goals, including, but not limited to:

  • Increasing division
  • Widespread destruction to derail any economic recovery
  • Prevent the re-election of Donald Trump, because that will be the only way to avert the prosecution of many Deep State operatives and ensure the emergence of a new world order
  • Undo the progress that was being made in the Black community because of the Urban Enterprise Zones created by the Trump administration.
  • The destruction of America as we know it.

What then, are we to do? We need to be fasting and fervently praying for the truth to come to light, for the plans of these enemies of our nation to be thwarted, and for our communities to come together in love and unity so that we can rebuild together. We who are leaders in the church need to repent for how we have been largely negligent in our duty to our communities, and begin to once again be a source of hope and leadership. We have been ineffective in evangelism because we have not been pure in our character nor in our motives, and so our preaching has been full of men’s wisdom rather than of the power and transformative grace of God.

We cannot call our communities and nation to repent when we ourselves have been morally bankrupt.

Church leaders, I call you to repent, and seek God for mercy and wisdom as to what must be done.

Patriots, I call upon you to serve your community and help one another in whatever ways you are able.

Now, more than ever, we are all essential.

Where we go one, we go all.

Are we really walking in victory?

Many times we speak of walking in victory, and we give this many meanings, some, maybe most of which, are meaningful and pertinent to our faith journey. However, in the greater context of our life’s purpose — the real reason we even exist– the truth is that many of us have not experienced victory at all. Here’s why.
Imagine, for a moment, a battalion of soldiers. They’re trained, armed to the teeth, and ready to rumble. They have a good supply line, air support, and plenty of ammo. However, there’s just one little problem: they have no idea who they’re supposed to fight, where to fight, or even what the overall mission objective is.
Even the thought of such a thing seems absurd, doesn’t it?
Yet all too often we find ourselves mostly wandering without a whole lot of direction, and so many of us have no clear idea of what our life’s mission really is. The Barna Group found that 90% of professed born-again Christians admit that they are either carnal or a babe in Christ. Now, we know from Romans 8 that to be carnal is to be enemies with God, and therefore of little to no use in the great fight of the faith, and who in their right mind would trust a baby to get anything important done?
If we don’t know what the mission is, how can we accomplish it?
If we are not engaged in and fulfilling our mission, are we really winning our part of the spiritual war of the faith? The answer is a rather obvious ‘No.’
Therefore, long-term victory requires us to know our mission, prepare for it, and engage in it with the aim of completing it. Now, this isn’t a condemnation, but rather an observation which hopes to awaken the saints to the reality that perhaps we ought to be more interested in the specifics of our purpose here.
What is YOUR mission?
WHO has God called you to, and where?
Why does it matter?
If you can’t answer these questions, don’t beat yourself up about it. Understand that now you have some specific direction for your prayer life and study of the Word for the next little while.
I challenge you to start seeking God about these questions.
He has answers waiting for you.

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