My thoughts regarding the insurrection

As a Christian, I am commanded by God to honor, respect, obey and not speak evil about my leaders (I Peter 2:13-17, Romans 13, etc.) As a sinner, I find that very difficult to do — particularly now — after the President of the United States and others incited a crowd to insurrection.

It reminds me a line in the Wizard of Oz:

For twenty-three years I’ve been dying to tell you what I thought of you! And now… well, being a Christian woman, I can’t say it.

Auntie Em

For four years I have prayed for my President. I prayed more after hearing the rhetoric and veiled threats at Wednesdays’ march.
“Trial by combat” – Rudy Giuliani, former New York City mayor.

I continue to pray for him, as also for others elected to uphold the United States Constitution (see Article 2, Section 2 and 25th Amendment, Section 4), to proceed with impeachment, indictment and imprisonment for sedition, inciting insurrection and attempting a coup to overthrow the Republic. I have since then contacted each of my representatives, to offer my input and full support.

The video of the very special people loved by our Commander in Chief.

For four years, even though I was never a fan of the President, I’ve tried to keep an open mind and have kept from joining with the Trump haters. But after listening to Trump’s own words Wednesday, I realize why liberals, moderates and even conservatives have been so scared to death of him.

Dear Republican leaders: please renounce the false religion of Trumpism. Return to being the Party of Lincoln. Return to true conservative values and to uphold the Constitution. If you don’t, the very liberals you fear so much will take over and take away your rights, your guns and your freedom.

Trump is God’s anointed?

A question to my fellow Christian conservatives who have made a strong case for Trump, calling some “un-Christian” and “evil” if they didn’t vote for their lord and savior Donald Trump: exactly how many children were saved from abortion from Wednesday’s insurrection?

Right, the answer is none.

Not one human being, made in the image of God, will be saved from Wednesday’s insurrection. But at least five human beings died as a result.

Feel stupid? I’m there with you. I’ve voted for bad candidates too. Let’s together renounce this false messiah and kingdom of sand, and refocus on the True King of Kings: Jesus Christ.

For those continuing to cook up conspiracy theories, pointing to Antifa or some liberal conspiracy behind the thousands waving Trump flags and bringing zip ties to do God-knows what to fellow Americans, I have to ask this: Why did it take hours for the Commander in Chief to do anything to defend the Capitol?

You’re right. It is a conspiracy. But I know who’s really behind it:

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