God Created Normal

This has been quite a rough 15 months. From my research–much of it forbidden on mainstream platforms I seldom use anymore–I have discovered some ugly things I wish I didn’t know.

My hope is to use what I know to help my fellow Christians in the time that lies ahead. The internet is a wondrous invention. Like many it can be used for good as well as evil.

Like the television it can be used to deceive the masses. But unlike the TV it can be used for the communication to go both ways. This makes it hard for the bad guys running the world to control the narrative the way they like. Plus there are certain plans being made that can be seen from our enemies communicating with one another.

This device has helped humanity achieve 2 things. The possibility for Babel 2 and the potential to finally get the message to every tribe and nation. As a Christian the latter gives me hope.

Follow the link. World government already exists in everything but name. They’re discussing world currency too.


You notice all the talk about how great communism is now? And how horrible nationalism (loving and attending to your native land) is? What is the alternative to nationalism?

Globalism. According to the Bible the Lord has opposed globalism since the Tower of Babel.

We have a lot to repent of as Christians as far as the past year goes. Here are some Bible passages we have not taken seriously.

Genesis 2:18 And God said, It is not good that the man should be alone, I will make him an help meet for him.

Hebrews 10:24-25 And let us consider one another to provoke unto love and to good works; not foresaking the assembling of ourselves together, as the manner of some is; but exhorting one another: and so much the more, as ye see the day approaching.

2 Thessalonians 3:10 For even when we were with you, this we commanded you, that if any would not work, neither should he eat.

James 1:9 Let the brother of low degree rejoice that he is exalted.

James 1:27 Pure religion and undefiled before God and the Father is this, to visit the fatherless and widows in their affliction, and to keep himself unspotted from the world.

But especially John 11:25-26 Jesus said unto her, I am the resurrection, and the life: he that believeth in me, though he were dead, yet shall he live: and whosoever liveth and believeth in me shall never die. Believest thou this?

Now many are seriously considering spending the rest of their lives in semi isolation, loudly condemn those who obey the Lord in assembling (including professors–though many are ceasing to even profess,) look to Caesar for a “living wage,” venerate the sin of covetousness, and expect Caesar to feed the poor. While applauding measures to prevent their neighbor from working–thereby forcing him into poverty which Caesar can also attend to.

If people really believed in John 11:25-26 they wouldn’t act this way. But 75% have formally renounced the faith. I’m glad the Lord is pruning away the deadwood. One benefit to even mild persecution and unpopularity is no more country club churchianity. I predict more of us freaks and riff raff will become welcome since life on the fringe is our thing. And a lot of sincere people are turning to Christ now.

Sometimes God allows the armed troops to surround us to force us to look up to His fiery chariots in the sky.

God Created Normal

2 thoughts on “God Created Normal

  1. I like the Bible verses you mentioned, especially the last two, and even more so the very last (as you said!). May we truly believe in Jesus Christ the Resurrection and the Life, in whom the one believing shall not die!

    And your last line is so beautiful and encouraging.

    I have to disagree with you on a few points here, if you don’t mind. I’m not quite sure what ‘country club’ means, but mild persecution can solidify an ‘us vrs. them’ feeling that is quite apart from true devotion to Christ. But it is a good thing when those who don’t believe begin to say they don’t believe, and the sincere turn to Christ. But we shouldn’t be so swift to assume that the deadwood is all or mostly gone.

    {erhaps more importantly, there is an alternative to nationalism and to globalism (which is but nationalism on a larger scale), which is to see all men as our brothers in Christ, and to love all as our neighbors (to the extent that we know them) because Christ both lived them and was crucified and raised to life for them. It is this that we are called to as Christians. We do not look to any President or Ruler or King or Prince or Chancellor or Parliament or Council, or what-have-you of this present age, whether their domain is a single nation or the whole earth, but to the King of Heaven who has the power to transform our lowly bodies to be like His Resurrection body. All nations, global or otherwise, are a part of this world, and we cannot love both God and the world.

    But, just to be clear, if love of one’s nation is a personal preference and enjoyment in the land in which you were born and raised, I think that’s a good thing (though maybe not for all)! Nature is a creature of God, to be redeemed in His Atonement along with us!

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    1. As C.S. Lewis points out in The Four Loves nationalism or patriotism can easily become a form of idolatry. Which is a sin.
      As a Christian I consider Christ more of a unifier than where we are born.
      The neighbors nearest are those we have the most duty toward. Often–though not always–fellow countrymen.

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