The Heart of 80 million Patriots are Broken By a Few Evil Overlords. What Happens When Evil Wins? Keep the Faith, God Providence Is In America

January 9th, 2021

Very painful to see what is happening here. The conservatives lost the senate, dems cheated again, and Trump will probably be out, unless he declares martial law. The dems pulled off the greatest crime in history. Stealing the presidency from 80 million people who love Trump – by a dedicated coup by corrupting our voting system. Trump has been the best – all time superb greatness for God – and the people of faith have been great, but many in the Republican party betrayed Trump. It’s shameful. Now they are taking away the ability to communicate, taking our voice away if they can, taking away freedoms, relentlessly trying to discourage the heart of the people. We the people can’t let them get away with it.

A patient told me the other day (as many have in varying ways over the years), ‘Why is my mother dying and suffering like this, she is such a good person, why would God do this’. I have addressed this question very well for a long time. But I feel like that, ‘Why did God allow evil to win, and take away from Trump and the people what he rightfully won’. Its painful, it’s not right, but I am not losing faith or anything. It’s just hard to understand why evil would get away with this. I keep the faith and trust in God.

Right now without the Trump movement in power the world just became a much more dangerous place. Deep state socialist in America, globalists around the world, and communists in China are trying to take over America and all the good, freedom and Godliness that she is about. But I believe God has a plan and we will keep up the good fight and prevail in the end.


But whoever causes one of these little ones who believe in Me to sin, it would be better for him if a millstone were hung around his neck, and he were drowned in the depth of the sea. 7 Woe to the world because of offenses! For offenses must come, but woe to that man by whom the offense comes!” (Matthew 18: 5,6)
For peace of mind I find it invaluable to see God knows our will, and the love we have for him and our country. This is not an escape from reality for He still wants us to act on our will and do what we can. For instance, I do what I can to take action, I consistently donate to Trump movement, and conservatives fighting for justice, I let my voice be heard, share on forums and help to build people’s faith. In God We Trust.
On the contrary side, as the scripture above tells, its one thing to aline with evil forces, but to willfully recruit others into evil is crossing a terrible line, and this is what the dem leaders have done and are doing.
The dem leaders don’t represent or care an ounce about the people but serve an agenda that is nothing less than evil, and they will not change. History and spiritual principle confirms that; they are too far gone. They have shown over and over how completely dedicated they are to a destructive agenda. Some GOP leaders are like them, but they still care about appearances to a degree, the dem leaders don’t even care about appearances anymore. Keeping up appearances used to keep them in check to a degree but not anymore. Hard core Evil doesn’t change, but seeks deeper and deeper destruction. That is what we are up against. But, many of the regular people who don’t know what the ‘bought’ may change. It’s strange how many intelligent people support the dem leaders (who do and care nothing about them), and how they blindly hate Trump (who loves them). People I know here in the bay area fight for the dems, justify their actions; some people at work laugh about the election, delighting in thinking they humiliated Trump.
It is very disturbing, never thought America would come to this. How we Feel is part of it, because we have suffered real loss of something we most dearly love; it’s also an injustice, and we have to deal with the consequences of all this. Without fair elections that are just our country is not what it used to be. Painful to take in. Hopefully we can fight to get back to where we were.
In Lamentations (from the Bible) the response to deep suffering is modeled for us; the people wail with complaints at God, and wrestle with what God is doing, but they are taking their feelings to Him.
Lamentations shows how God is big enough to handle all our anger and despair, and that these feelings are safe with him God is not the cause of evil and never inflicts evil on anyone. Man is the cause of evil because he is in freedom; man’s freedom is in the balance between good and evil – for this is the only possible way a person can have self agency, an identity, sovereignty – to ‘become’ – to bond with God from himself. Freedom is the means of salvation and the cause of hell! Evil comes from a man’s capacity for selfishness and greed and hate.
The universe would quickly cease to exist if God were ever less than love – just as in a sun, as soon as it begins to produce iron in its core it is a matter of seconds that it will explode. It is the love and wisdom of God alone that creates and sustains the universe, if he is anything less….
To think God is the cause of evil inflames the negative and self-destructive impulses in the suffering person. Imagine telling someone who is struggling with the feeling that God is punishing them that God is the one who inflicts evil. If they really theologically believe that God is against them, then there is nothing that can help – self destructiveness is justified. Such a notion arises from external thinking. God never causes evil, but allows evil for the providential purpose of removing evil. The Lord is the redemptive force of love in our hearts and minds. He is the comforter; and His love is closest when we are most ill and suffering. We don’t see it with our physical eyes but we can feel it if we but seek it in humility. It is irrational, an (understandable) emotional reaction to blame God for the evil that happens. We can take all these feelings to Him. He wants what is real, and to process with us. God is good itself.

How Involvement in Evil Causes Irrational Thinking; And How Love for the Good of Others Inspires Spiritual Intelligence

May 13th, 2019

When we have love of God in our heart it inspires us to think in a very rational and intelligent way. This may sound like an obvious thing to say, but it’s important, because in valuing God and spirituality we are motivated to closely observe our own pattern of thinking so we can the better identify when we drift into evil. Only those with an elevation of perception can see what’s below, but what is below cannot see whats above.

Evil assaults us by temptations and in so doing always tries to confuse us and make us feel of no value. We can tell when this is happening by anxieties, the more severe they are the more the anxieties are disturbing. Anxiety is like white light that has within many colors (causes), and it takes skill and care to discern these colors. Evil wants to destroy our sense of value and worth for our self and others so that we will the more easily accept it; evil wants us to lose heart, lose faith – lose our very identity. In succumbing to these things and embracing evil (rejecting God) then we lose God’s protection from evil, because God can only be present with us to the degree we acknowledge Him and love him, especially acknowledge and love that He is the one divine. The more intense the heat of our love to be right with God and our fellow man, the deeper our thought is able to penetrate principles of truth. The Opposite is also true; the more we are avoidant, absorbed in the world, and waiting for proof the more we become mired in the external, and our internal closes.

There is no such thing as being neutral to God, such an attitude is repulsive to him (He calls it being lukewarm, which is vomit to Him). Thus avoidance cannot help but become bitterness and ill-will (the rotting of the heart), and we are in danger of willing evil (which becomes internal evil). The Secret desire of ill-will or hate toward God and our fellow man causes the mind to think and act  irrationally. An ill motivated person may have a high IQ and be clever, but this is NOT intelligence. Intelligence is only that which leads toward good ends – it is irrational to use our mind to accomplish harm to others. (Jesus: ‘Whatever you do it unto one of these little ones, you do it unto me’.) What is irrational is not intelligent. Indeed, the reason for this is that when one is fighting to undermine others, (as in fighting against the good of one’s own country) they are fighting against the divine order of God. All rationality and intelligence follow principles that are rooted in God’s will – and God is never less than love and good in all their infinite variety. It is a learning process to come to know moral, civil, and spiritual principles; everyone in their mind is in process with this, but to willfully fight against divine order eventually causes the mind to lose its rational faculty, no-one wins that battle; if they persist they will become insane. 

The interior soul in a person cannot contain evil and good at the same time, but the external parts of our mind and soul can. This is a difficult principle to absorb, but it is essential to understand to be able to see how all this works. While in the external of our self we are able to mull over or contemplate things so our formation is in process, but once our plan enters our will, in that we fully intend to do it, believe it and love it – then it enters our soul. And the mind basically serves what is in the will!

One can see then the distinction between the external and internal has huge consequences. Everyone has a ruling love in their heart, and it can be on the good or evil side.  The hateful motivations in a person are always going to favor false ideas and harmful points of view, because they seek evil results. The Good motivations are always going to favor what brings about good results and cooperation in our self, family and country. While on earth we can change what is in our interior by a deep desire to change, that is, by repentance. This often requires intense life experience, such as grieving and suffering. This is why Change, or the transformation of our soul, is usually forged in fire so to speak. 

 We need to strive to live in such a way that our internal thought is in harmony with our external expression. For instance, when our face reflects what is in our soul then we are in wholeness and genuine. When our face masks ill-will and bad intentions we are phony hypocrites. There can only be union between the internal and external when our ruling love is good; and the process of forging the bond between them is how we come into being good; it is how we regenerate from evil. In forging the bond between our internal and external self we are also bonding with God for we are using the very gifts He gave us to do it. We complete the bond with God by performing uses, for love is expressed in use. The quality and extent of union between our internal and external self is what in the end determines our salvation; because the genuineness in all the particulars of this union forms a constellation that is set at our time of death. This constellation in our soul does not change after death. If the constellation formed is good then we are prepared for heaven, and in time become angels. The constellation is like a seed that, in the nourishment of heavenly light, grows into a more and more magnificent tree for eternity. If it is not heavenly then we are prepared for hell.

“Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand. . . . Whoever is not with Me is against Me, and whoever does not gather with Me scatters abroad”. (Matthew 12:25, 30)