For anyone still under the delusion that there is any hope for America, the continued unfolding of the freak show with Bruce Jenner should quench that fantasy.
By now, this infamous and grotesque Vanity Fair cover has been unfortunately seen by countless millions around the globe:
Matt Barber, one of the few writers who has an uncanny ability to correctly view things in their proper perspectives, has written an excellent article on this sad and perverse story, appropriately title, “One screwed up Jenner-ation.” It should be required reading in every public school system that teaches students about so-called “LGBTQ” rights and issues.
I tired years ago of talking heads or pundits that claimed—and still claim— that “America is at a tipping point” or “the only hope for America is a revival.” Even well-meaning Christians, who should know better, should be able to correctly discern the signs of the times and understand that no such revival will happen to prevent the complete and utter destruction of this wicked nation.
The die has been cast and we will surely reap what we have sown. We reached the proverbial “tipping point” decades ago and corporately decided that we were not interested in conducting the affairs of this nation on God’s standards and chose to run it on our own. Bruce Jenner is simply the mathematical fruit of that fateful decision and we will only be subjected to more of the same perverse nightmares that the willing media is only too happy to report on.
The senses of any moral-minded man or woman is repulsed by this sickening photo spread of a demon-possessed and mentally insane individual who actually believes he is a woman trapped in a man’s body. And that a major magazine would chose to print such filth is simply another sign of the ever deepening moral rot that this country is joyfully embracing and stewing in.
Though I almost whole heartedly agree with Matt Barber’s excellent article, there is one sentence I take issue with him on:
“Bruce Jenner is worthy of pity and prayer, not adulation.”
I agree with the last half of this sentence, that Jenner is not worthy of adulation, but it is the first half I stand opposed to, that he is “worthy of pity and prayer.”
The fact is that Jenner and all who are like him—individuals, corporations, businesses, non-profit organizations, etc.,—who go to the great lengths and expense that he has to parade his perversion in the public eye, are not worthy of pity and prayer, in much the same way that the Nazi propaganda machine that sought to brainwash the German people into accepting and defending National Socialism was not worthy of anyone’s pity or prayers.
Jenner and his allies are enemies of the moral minded people of America and they are intent on destroying the very fabric and root of this nation, to dismantle Christianity piece by piece and replace our Judea/Christian heritage with a pagan and demonic worldview that will enslave all of us and strip us of our rights, freedoms and liberty.
We don’t pity these people. We go to war against them, because if we don’t, and I fear we have already lost the war, they will destroy us, our children, and our future. And when they conquer us, take my word they will neither pity nor pray for us but will laugh and spit in our faces for our stupidity and foolishness for allowing them to subjugate us without a fight.
Jesus said it best in Luke 17:1-2:
“He said to His disciples, “It is inevitable that stumbling blocks come, but woe to him through whom they come! 2“It would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck and he were thrown into the sea, than that he would cause one of these little ones to stumble.…”
Do you believe that Jesus wanted us to have pity and pray for those who cause stumbling to His little ones? Yes, I’m sure some of my readers will quote Matthew 5:43-44; I could not argue with you. But I have learned something from making the Bible an object of life-long study and contemplation: all of us cherry pick from this wonderful book and take from it what we want, finding in its magnificent pages justification for our own beliefs.
But I have learned we must “take the whole counsel of God” (Acts 20:27). And part of doing this is take verses such as this one into consideration:
“But these enemies of mine, who did not want me to reign over them, bring them here and slay them in my presence.” Luke 19:27
(Please take note that I am not suggesting that we kill our enemies; I am simply including this verse to prove a point, not justify a violent course of action.)
Few Americans, very few, understand what is happening in this country. Fewer still have grasped the significance of the times in which we live and the reality that this country will never turn back to our Christian roots. On the contrary, the majority of people are walking around wearing blindfolds and rose-colored glasses, naively believing that we are going through some temporary speedbumps and will eventually return to morality and godliness.
Nothing could be farther from the truth. Believing such has been one of the greatest impediments to embarking on a strategy for real change, and that small window of time that perhaps could have been used to steer America back on track has been long lost.
May the Lord have mercy on America. We need it now and will soon need it even more.