I’d like to preface this with the reminder to all the psychotically hypocritical lemmings who loathe Moore and feign outrage about the allegations against him but give a free pass to Dennis Hastert, Jeffrey Eppstein, the Clintons, etc., etc., etc. need only disregard this post–which is directed at people that are still sane and not given over to a reprobate mind and strong delusion.
With that out of the way, those of you to whom this does apply might take this as a black pill. But it’s not. It’s actually a white pill, depending on whether or not you can recognize the truth in what I’m saying.
Roy Moore, sadly, was not successful and Commie clown, in Doug Jones, was – don’t be too disappointed. We as a nation and as a people are in unfathomably desperate need of a TRUE revival of positively biblical proportions.
Nothing short of that is going to stay this execution. God has, time and time again used wicked rulers as means of bringing his wayward servants and children back into the fold and humbling them at the foot of his throne. “The stranger shall rise up above you” has clear ethnic connotations, but it can just as readily apply in an ideological sense as well.
The Lord chasteneth whom he loveth, and that we are obviously being chastened as a people should be a white pill to us, however bitter it may be to swallow.
By all means, stay awake. Stay aware. Be alert. (The world needs all the lerts it can get, after all. ) But realize that the solution to our nation’s woes is not so much political as it is spiritual.
We mustn’t be so heavenly minded that we’re no earthly good, and keeping our feet on the ground is of the utmost importance. But they must be planted firmly upon the rock of truth, in all its forms if we are to see meaningful change in our favor in our lifetime.
This is not to say that we should pay no attention to politics. Grassroots activism is the epitome of “praying with our hands on the plow” and “acting as if it’s all up to us while praying as it is all up to God.” But we must not hang our hats on the campaigns, political or otherwise, of fallen men and remember that “unless the Lord builds the house, they labor in vain that build it. Unless the Lord keeps the city, the watchman waketh but in vain.”
Time and time again, we are denied elected officials who would be statesmen, rather than politicians, and however flawed they are in their own right, are far and away far more legitimate representatives of our volk than the Yankee, carpetbagger, scalawag, swamp-dwelling, kosher whores in DC. But if you would know, Southern man, why this is so, then we need look no further than within ourselves. The truth of the matter is that America, and yes, even our beloved Dixie does not DESERVE a Ron Paul. Or a Roy Moore. It certainly doesn’t deserve men that would go the whole distance politically, like my father, Rick Tyler, (of Make America White Again billboard fame) or our venerated Southron statesmen of yore like Jefferson Davis, Alexander Stephens and many others.
Nor will we, until we as a group and as individuals not merely acknowledge and heed the words of 2 Chronicles 7:14, but take them to heart and act upon them. +++
“If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.”
If you need historical context more recent than Biblical precedent, than I would submit to the enquiring mind the plentiful documentation available to us today of the pivotal and quintessential role of traditional Christianity in the lives of not just the soldiers who fought and the southern people in general, but an overwhelming majority of our most esteemed and venerated Southern leaders like Stonewall Jackson, Robert E. Lee, and many others.
A few of the fascinating and illuminating titles on the topic of which I’m aware are both shown below and linked for your convenience.
The titles shown, should you wish to check them out can be purchased from some fine purveyors of unreconstructed literature here:
Chaplains In Gray:
Christ In the Camp:
Christian Character of Lee (Audio Lecture):