Archive for June, 2015

There is a Scripture that says, “Without a vision, the people perish.” This can also mean, “The people are unrestrained.” In America, I believe the second interpretation is the most accurate. We have become unrestrained. We champion wrong, calling it right, while legitimizing Evil and calling it Good. Everyone does what is right in his or her own eyes—all at the expense of our nation’s corporate soul.

Those who speak out against the New Morality, which is nothing more than the old immorality, are vilified, shouted down, and called “haters.” Because of this, few are willing to speak out in opposition to the politically correct beliefs of Progressivism. To maintain the traditional values of earlier generations is no longer viewed as archaic. Instead, it has become vilified and even criminalized, marginalizing those who adhere to its tenets, affording them the status of second-class citizens.

Corporately, we have done this to ourselves, foolishly believing there would be no negative outcome to our behavior, but this is not the case. There are numerous consequences. Over time, none of them are positive. While squandering the accumulated wealth of generations, enslaving millennials with an unbearable burden of debt, we have also deprived them of what has held us together and made us strong for so long—the conviction that we are a noble people with a divine destiny.

As our generation, which is being led by fools who assure themselves they are wise, heads relentlessly toward destruction, there may not be enough men and women of wisdom remaining to prevent calamity. The jury is still out about this. Nevertheless, our mandate remains the same. We must stand for our beliefs—for what we know to be true and right. We have no alternative.

Although we are few—just as our noble forefathers were—we have right on our side. We also have Almighty God, who is able to do what we cannot. So, gird yourself for what lies ahead, knowing that, whether we are successful or not, we have done our duty and been faithful to the God we serve.

Jack Watts

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Because of my dismal personal record concerning marriage, I have remained silent about the 5-4 Supreme Court decision to recognize gay marriage throughout the land. Knowing how unpopular it would be to oppose the euphoria of the national hedonistic juggernaut, which is being championed by millions, I have not wanted to address this subject.

Nevertheless, my conscience will not allow me to remain silent. My experience has taught me that, when I feel this strongly about a subject, I often have words that are useful to others.

If those of you who are giddy about this decision believe people of faith will take this lying down, you are mistaken. If you believe you hold the moral high ground about what has happened, you don’t. You just think you do. If you think you can beat us into servitude by hammering us with your position, think again. None of this will happen.

We remain resolute. Those of us who believe marriage is defined as one man-one woman are stronger than you can possibly imagine. In referendums across the country, more than 50 million people have agreed with this position. In the 2012 Presidential election, Obama only received 59.9 million, so our numbers are legion.

Those who love this decision, which essentially redefines morality, believe the Court’s verdict is fair, but this is a very shortsighted view. If your moral compass has no due North, which Progressivism doesn’t, it is fair. Whatever is popular is right; whatever is unpopular is wrong. Buzz Feed, John Steward, and the whims of our electronic consciousness are defining our nation’s morality.

If your moral compass is based on the Judeo-Christian beliefs of our forefathers, however, right versus wrong isn’t a matter of public opinion. It is based on 5,000 years of heritage. When the radical GLBT assaults the institutions of Catholicism, Conservative Judaism and Evangelicalism, you will learn just how strong we are.

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In America, this is a time when corruption rules the day. People, whose consciences are seared, lead us, telling us one thing, while doing another. They are aided by the sycophantic media. Our laws, which were once based upon our Constitution, have come to reflect a distorted worldview our forefathers fought valiantly to oppose.

At the same time, as people of faith, who willingly bow our knees to Almighty God, our purpose and responsibility never change. We are called to remain strong and faithful, consistently opposing the godlessness of our leaders. This is exactly what we must continue to do.

So, stop whining and gird yourself for the battle that lies ahead. You’ve been saved for a purpose. It is for such a time as this that we have been chosen by Him to remain strong. Earlier generations remained faithful; so can we.

Jack Watts

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