The Plight of Freedom

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The plight of freedom is bold and noble and wrought at a great price. Why? Because there will always be power-hungry bullies and evil wretches who wish to have everyone else’s stuff- tangible and intangible. Because there is evil in the world (obviously) that seeks to kill, steal and destroy. So, we fight for freedom because we are made to be free. We were not made to cower under another man’s command. We were not made by a lowly Creator who wants us destitute for another’s gain. No, we are freedom seekers and will fight for that freedom. So many have and so many do, many giving their lives for this goal… freedom. The United States of America was founded for this reason. And success was ours because God blessed our plight. Then comfort and laziness set in from the blessings rather than appreciation and the blessed decided they would rather do what they wanted and decided they didn’t need the Creator, the Blessing Giver anymore. The thing is that this Creator is the only One big enough to win our fight for freedom. We fight for freedom now with an unloaded gun. The ammunition we emptied ourselves by being turncoats to the Armory Owner. But there is hope in our plight for freedom. The Armory Owner loves us still and is desperate to be allowed to once again fill our shells. We need ask and turn back to Him. That is all. Those of us who appreciated and trusted in God need to once again appreciate and trust in Him, take ourselves and our children to church, read His Word and pray together. Then freedom will be ours again. “If My people who are called by My Name will humble themselves and pray and seek My face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven and will forgive their sin and heal their land.” The plight of freedom was won many years ago through our dependence on God and will be re-won the same way now. May God bless America once more. We sure need Him!

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