When a nation and its people begin to seek Adonai and ask HIM for direction and guidance great and wonderful things happen. This nation of ours has gotten away from seeking Adonai and thus we are now headed in a downward spiral that is completely out of control. Many do not want to hear this. They think people like myself are nuts and outta touch with reality and modern times. However the very balance of our nations survival hangs in the balance.
Spending is out of control. The moral fiber and values that are at the core of this nation are being systematically destroyed. The institutions of Marriage and the Family, the institution of Religion, and the institution of Education are completely destroyed and thus the economic institution is on its last leg. Once this collapses and it will, under the run away spending we are now engaged in since 1964, our great nation will have pissed away the grace Adonai gave to us.
Many will argue whether we are a Christian nation or not. I am not here to debate this fact but we as a nation were founded upon the principles of the Torah or as you goys like say the Bible.
All one has to do is look to what our founding fathers wrote about the founding. These men sought the will of Adonai and HIS guidance for the shaping of this country. This is how these men were directed by seeking Adonai to use the writings of John Locke and Charles de Montesquieu to frame the Constitution and the Bill of Rights. They rejected the ideas of Plato, Thomas Hobbs and Sir Thomas More. Their ideas went directly against the word of Adonai and the principals of freedom and liberty.
In today’s terms men like Ben Franklin and Thomas Jefferson would be not be considered Christians. Yet these two men like the rest of our founding fathers knew and believed that all of our rights came from Adonai not the King or government. Adonai is sovereign not the King or a select few masterminds. Man is fallible and thus for one man or a group of men to have all the power leads to tyranny and worse yet a dictatorship.
Taken from Benjamin Franklins Autobiography
“I had been religiously educated as a Presbyterian; and though some of the dogmas of that persuasion, such as the eternal decrees of God, election, reprobation, etc., appeared to me unintelligible, others doubtful, and I early absented myself from the public assemblies of the sect, Sunday being my studying day, I never was without some religious principles. I never doubted, for instance, the existence of the Deity; that He made the world, and governed it by His providence; that the most acceptable service of God was the doing good to man; that our souls are immortal; and that all crime will be punished and virtue rewarded, either here or hereafter. These I esteemed the essentials of every religion; and, being to be found in all the religions we had in our country, I respected them all, though with different degrees of respect, as I found them more or less mixed with other articles, which, without any tendency to inspire, promote, or confirm morality, served principally to divide us and make us unfriendly to one another. This respect to all, with an opinion that the worst had some good effects, induced me to avoid all discourse that might tend to lessen the good opinion another might have of his own religion; and as our province increased in people, and new places of worship were continually wanted, and generally erected by voluntary contribution, my mite for such purpose, whatever might be the sect, was never refused.
Though I seldom attended any public worship, I had still an opinion of its propriety, and of its utility when rightly conducted, and I regularly paid my annual subscription for the support of the only Presbyterian minister or meeting we had in Philadelphia. He used to visit me sometimes as a friend, and admonish me to attend his administrations, and I was now and then prevailed on to do so, once for five Sundays successively. Had he been in my opinion a good preacher, perhaps I might have continued, notwithstanding the occasion I had for the Sunday’s leisure in my course of study; but his discourses were chiefly either polemic arguments, or explications of the peculiar doctrines of our sect, and were all to me very dry, uninteresting, and unedifying, since not a single moral principle was inculcated or enforced, their aim seeming to be rather to make us Presbyterians than good citizens. At length he took for his text that verse of the fourth chapter of Philippians, “Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, honest, just, pure, lovely, or of good report, if there be any virtue, or any praise, think on these things.”
And, I imagined, in a sermon on such a text we could not miss of having some morality. But he confined himself to five points only, as meant by the apostle, viz.: (1) Keeping holy the Sabbath day. (2) Being diligent in reading the Holy Scriptures. (3) Attending duly the public worship. (4) Partaking of the sacrament. (5) Paying a due respect to God’s ministers. These might be all good things, but, as they were not the kind of good things that I expected from the text, I despaired of ever meeting with them from any other, was disgusted, and attended his preaching no more. I had some years before composed a little liturgy, or form of prayer, for my own private use (viz., in 1728), entitled “Articles of Belief and Acts of Religion.” I returned to the use of this, and went no more to the public assemblies. My conduct might be blamable, but I leave it without attempting further to excuse it; my present purpose being to relate facts, and not to make apologies for them.”
What does this have to do with what is going on today? Everything! The Republican wing of Demo-Republican Party has surrendered. Republicans think Obama won and he has the right to do what he wants. Obama won the election but this doesn’t mean the Constitution was up for a vote as well and thus Obama can do what he wants. Obama was up for election not the Constitution. (I borrowed this idea from Mark Levin)
The way things look now we are heading for some very dark times. The nation is about to collapse. Many think this will happen maybe five to ten years down the road. I for one think it will be between one or two years.
There is hope. A huge revival is taking place in some of the Churches and Synagogues across this land. One of these places is Guymon Oklahoma. During the week of March 3rd through March 7th an outpouring of Adonai took place. This outpouring from Adonai reached across this land to Washington DC. Adonai’s hand reached all the way to the halls of Congress. Rand Paul Senator from Kentucky stood his ground on Tuesday night March 5th and conducted a one-man Filibuster to bring to light and to raise questions about the use of drones on American soil.
Paul’s filibuster grabbed the nation by storm.
This is just a small step by a small group of men to bring this country back to its founding. Many will not see the significance of this one simple yet quiet act but Adonai has other ideas. Adonai is using places like Guymon, Oklahoma to effect change in this great country of ours.
Adonai is waking up HIS people to take action. Outpouring and revival do not always take place in major cities but out of the way places like Guymon, Oklahoma. Adonai uses people like pastors Dallas and Melinda McGlasson to bring about change in the country.
The McGlasson’s are igniting in the people of Guymon a passion to serve Adonai. Soon these fires for a passion to serve Adonai will spread like wild fire across the country. Then wide spread revival will take place. It is happening now with one small step in Washington DC. But we must remember the real answers will come from places like Guymon, Oklahoma not Washington DC.
Please take heed it may not look like on the surface anything has changed but there has been a psychic shift underneath the surface. This shift all began with the outpouring from Adonai led by pastors Dallas and Melinda McGlasson in Guymon, Oklahoma.
This outpouring does have its roots in our history. Please read the Mayflower Compact.
The Mayflower Compact
11 November 1620
In the name of God, amen. We, whose names are underwritten, the loyal subjects of our dread sovereign lord, King James, by the Grace of God, of Great Britain, France, and Ireland, King, Defender of the Faith, etc, having undertaken for the glory of God, and advancement of the Christian faith, and the honour of our king and country, a voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia, do by these presents solemnly and mutually in the presence of God,
“The Mayflower Compact,” in Charles Deane, ed., History of Plymouth Plantation by William
Bradford (Boston, 1856), 89–90 [modernized].
1314 THE COLONIAL HERITAGE
and one another, covenant and combine ourselves together into a civil body
politic, for our better ordering and preservation, and furtherance of the ends
aforesaid; and by virtue hereof to enact, constitute, and frame such just and
equal laws, ordinances, acts, constitutions, and offices, from time to time, as
shall be thought most meet and convenient for the general good of the colony,
unto which we promise all due submission and obedience. In witness whereof
we have hereunto subscribed our names at Cape Cod, the eleventh of November, in the reign of our sovereign lord, King James, of England, France, and Ireland the eighteenth and of Scotland the fifty-fourth. Anno Domini 1620.
The Salem Covenant
We covenant with the Lord and one with another, and do bind ourselves in the
presence of God, to walk together in all his ways, according as he is pleased to
reveal himself unto us in his blessed word of truth.