Everywhere I look,
I see people in need.
I see them struggling;
I feel their suffering.
It hurts my mind
and grieves my heart.
Why are there so many freeman
I pray each night
for all of them—
their burden is unbearable—
it’s crushing my soul.
I want to help, I want to try,
but how can I save anyone,
when everyday, there’s less I can do,
and so many more of them?
I know I’m just a creature,
how can I reproach my Creator.
But why does He still allow evil,
to reign in this world?
Is this how the devil
will win the war?
Is this how he’ll ensnare me,
For he, just like me,
also wanted to force them to obey,
by taking away their freedom
to choose between God and evil.
For only Jesus can save the world,
because He was chosen from the beginning.
And all I can do—is to have faith,
that He will save them too.
By: ElRoyPoet © 2021
Analogy: Before we were born there was a rebellion in heaven. God’s First Born said: “I will help all those who choose to go to earth, to return to heaven by bringing them the gospel, then they can decide for themselves if they will believe”.
Lucifer then countered: “let me be their leader and I will make sure that they all return to heaven. I will force them to obey and none will be lost”.
On earth many liberal leaders said: “we were all born with unalienable rights to life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness, and in order for that to transpire, we must also be freeman”.
Then several christian nationalists leaders contended: “wouldn’t it be easier to make all the citizens obey the law, by taking away their freedom—even though we will not allow them to exercise their first amendment rights, we will trick them into believing that they do, and if any protest, we will punish their insubordination”.
Then God said: “I will send the First Born, because they already have their free agency, and no one should be allowed to take away, what I have already given to them”.
The morale of the story is that any demagogue who attempts to take the people’s liberty away, is obviously in collusion with the devil.
“We (the founding fathers of our nation) hold these truths to be self-evident (these truths are universal and non-debatable), that all men are created equal, that they are endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights (these rights are equal for everyone, because they have value in our Creator’s Eyes), that among these are Life (you have the right to live), Liberty (you have the right to freedom) and the pursuit of Happiness (you have the right to choose for yourself).
Even though we don’t all agree with each other about the Bible. The Declaration of Independence is broader than that and acknowledges that there is an expected gratitude and accountability to God. However, America needs to be warned: Since the right to attain life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness is tied-in to our Creator, we can’t remove God from the equation. Otherwise, we won’t have a basis for our right to expect life, liberty and the pursuit of happiness in our children’s future!”
Excerpt from A New Look at America’s Christian Heritage
“It is we who nourish the ‘Soul Of The World’, and the world we live in will be either better or worse, depending on whether we become better or worse.” By: Paulo Coelho
“Only a changed man, can change the world. Tragically a man who’s set in his ways, doesn’t progress, only atrophies.” By: A. Freeman
“In order for a government to become a fascist regime, the church must allow itself to be swallowed by the state. In order for a government to remain democratic, the state must be kept separated from the church—so that it isn’t tempted to swallow the other.” By: A. Freeman