Sunday, November 8, 2020

The Great Reset

Yesterday I interviewed Matt Briggs.
Briggs is a contributor to the book:
The Price of Panic: How the Tyranny of Experts Turned a Pandemic into a Catastrophe

We talked about Archbishop Vigano's open letter to President Trump, American Catholics and Christians of all varieties.

I am not a Catholic, there are theological differences we have.
But the Archbishop writes powerfully as a patriot of a country that is not his.

The second half of the show had an interview with my friend Pat Colbeck.
Pat ran for Governor in Michigan a couple years ago after being in the state legislature.
Prior to that he was a rocket scientist, having designed stuff that's on the ISS.
He's a patriot who created

Pat was at the TCF Center (Cobo Hall) in Detroit and witnessed the shenanigans that occurred there.

He talks about it here:

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  1. Personally, I don't think we're gonna win the battle, but because of Jesus, we will win the war. Our Pastor said some very stirring and thought provoking things this morning I hadn't considered. Perhaps this is the time in Daniel when we (the Gentiles) must be set aside so that the focus will be on Israel. God will not be mocked. Everything is happening according to His will. Just hang on and trust Him. That doesn't mean not fight for what's right, but that we shouldn't worry. Anyway, I appreciate his encouragement.
    Praying for America. Praying for all of us. Y'all be safe.
    Oh, and I'm at now. Same name as FB. Sick of being put in FB 'jail' for having a different opinion. I'm gone. Boom.
    Blessings. xx

    1. I'm getting set up at Parler and MeWe.
      Odd, that I tried to post this blog on Parler and it was restricted.
      I can get that at FB

  2. Vigano, imo, is outstanding. The one church leader of note who's dared to speak the truth without compromise.

    His recent letter's on the money too, maybe more so than the one in June.

    That in mind, where's the voice of the American Church, whatever the denom?

    Trad Anglicans? AWOL. Episcopaliens? Over the Rainbow, same with Presbyterians, Lutherans, Methodists et al. Roman USCCB (bishops)? Pretty much silent or complicit. Baptists? Some brave pastors but... Orthodoxy? Great in their homelands, quiet here.

    And on. You'd think we could all unite in a common cause against this evil, a deep wickedness which is coming for the church. But apparently not. This amazes me. It's evidence, to my mind, of a great apostasy.

    That said, necessity and the grace of God may spur us on to rise to the threat.

    Forgive the homily.

    1. "Rise to the threat" has many implications to my peaceful life.

  3. Galatians 5:22-23 - But the fruit of the Spirit is love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, goodness, faithfulness, gentleness, self-control; against such things there is no law.
    Trump shows none of these qualities. The Spirit of God is not in him.

    1. He is pro-life, he defends the defenseless, he moved the embassy to Jerusalem.
      He has reached out in love to many, he has brought peace to the Middle East (four peace treaties), he is faithful to God as evidenced by Christians who know him personally, he has been gentle with the hurting and doesn't drink (self-control).
      Your Spirit of God detector is broken.

  4. My pastor said don't vote for anybody that was haughty,lying,sheds innocent blood,devises wicked schemes,that are quick to rush into evil, false witness who pours out lies or who stirs up conflict in the community.....

    1. Well, it's good to know that your pastor opposes voting for Joe Biden and Kamala Harris. I wouldn't call Biden haughty but it defines Harris. They both support spilling the blood of the innocent unborn. Biden's a criminal who schemed selling influence to the Chinese and lied about it.
      Dems stir up riots in the cities.
      Harris gave sex for political power.
      Donald Trump doesn't drink, he has promoted peace in the middle east instead of waging war.
      Yep. Pretty clear decision.