Who says sharing the whole truth and nothing but the truth is bad for business?
And who benefits — we should all be asking — from their trying to intimidate us from publicly sharing a Christian message in this hyper-politically correct (read: Marxist/Satanic) world which we inhabit in the 21st century?
This past long Thanksgiving weekend, I spent three full days and evenings doing little else than sharing a simple Thanksgiving message, as follows, to my nearly 2,700 LinkedIn connections:
Happy Thanksgiving! ?
More than anything, I’m most grateful for God’s free gift of salvation and eternal life, simply in return for faith:
I received three or four messages of the “Bah! Humbug!” sort (I’ve proactively dropped my LinkedIn connection with these few folk so as not to offend their antichrist sensibilities in the future).
However, I’ve thus far received scores upon scores of amazing, heartfelt replies, personal testimonies, and other positive messages from folk from all walks of life, from all around the world, and even from folk who follow what I consider false religions (I don’t believe in relative truths; I believe in actual black is black, white is white settled fact that the afore-referred to folk despise).
My LinkedIn profile was also viewed 212 times since, a whopping 3,125 percent increase since last week.
Clearly, the impetus of my sharing my heartfelt Thanksgiving message was to give God thanks for everything he has done for me, and for all who believe on Jesus Christ, and to, thereby, share the gospel with those who’ve not previously heard it. For despite my having two master’s degrees in which I intensively studied religions, East and West — and despite being raised and confirmed in the Episcopal Church (the U.S.-based Church of England) — I’d never actually heard a true telling of the gospel until 2015 (I was born in 1965)! That’s an awfully long time for someone raised by dedicated churchgoers, and who has both a wide and deep background in religion and philosophy, and a thirst for truth that overwhelmingly trumps every other consideration of any sort.
And, not surprisingly — given that I had never before heard the true gospel — I’d been an ardent, outspoken atheist for almost the entirety of my adult life despite, or maybe because of, my “Christian” upbringing. I put Christian in quotation marks because I see clearly, now, that as with the Catholic Church, the various Protestant denomination churches like the one I had been confirmed in as a child, and the Orthodox Church as well, lack the single most crucial ingredient to be considered truly Christian — that is, an emphasis placed upon the sharing of the true, and beautifully simple, faith-based gospel of Jesus Christ. (As an aside, in the immediate wake of 9/11, I became a “progressive” political activist, organizing alongside my fellow antichrists, prior to many years of 24/7 research which finally brought countless world-warping truths to bear).
There was zero marketing intent behind my message. But, predictably, the tiny few whose feathers were duly ruffled rebuked me for using LinkedIn to share my Christian Thanksgiving greeting, warning me that this was an ill-chosen use of the platform.
Turns out my worldwide sample of nearly 2,700 LinkedIn connections proved these rebukers to be utterly wrong.
I share this with each of you to embolden you to speak the whole truth and nothing but the truth in all your dealings, be they personal or business.
In countless facets of our lives, we’ve been warned of the bogeyman that will surely come to haunt you and your prospects if you speak, boldly, your truths, be they your own or God’s.
I’m here to tell you, in case you’ve not already learned this on your own, that the bogeymen and women (yes, they come in both sexes, and, yes, I mean biological sexes, as opposed to the likewise Marxist/Satanic teaching of gender as a subjective phenomenon) will fall down backwards in the face of your boldly spoken truths just exactly as the “band of men and officers from the chief priests and Pharisees” did when they came to round up Jesus and his disciples in the garden of Gethsemane (John 18) before crucifying Jesus, despite Pontius Pilate’s finding no fault in him and, thus, wanting to let him go (Matthew 27:22-28) — another truth you’ve very likely not been made aware of. Again, cui bono?
Yes, these bogeymen and women might very well get all in your face and accuse you of all sorts of ridiculous things that have no basis in truth — any number of throwaway garbage labels like you’re a Nazi, a neo-Nazi, an anti-Semite (even though you love Jesus Christ more than anything in all the world, and are daily sickened at the plight of the Palestinians barbarically penned up in their own homeland), a white supremacist, a hater, a deplorable (even though you know every election everywhere is a total sham, and that Trump is merely the latest in many generations of powerless Zio-puppets), etc., etc.
Of course, such nonsensical slander falls like water off a duck’s back.
In my years of facing off directly with these dark forces (John 8:39-44), it is they who, in the end, fall over backwards. Usually in seconds or minutes, once they realize you have the goods fully in hand, and that sticks and stones (which they do, in fact, sometimes resort to, as well as baseball bats, firebombs, arranged suicides, demolitioned NYC skyscrapers, many other false-flag terror events around the globe, etc.) might well break our bones, but slanderous names will never hurt us.
For they have nothing going for them but wrath and slander, just exactly as they had for Christ himself, whose coming, by the way, was so clearly articulated throughout the Old Testament (which might also come as a surprise to many, as it did me when I began to really dig deeply into the true word of God in the English language via the King James Bible) that it’s stunning that so many still today refuse to acknowledge Jesus as the Messiah.
The (whole, full) truth is, indeed, freeing. And it can, likewise, be dangerous. But not for those whose convictions run far deeper than their fleshly fear.
That fear is very largely a byproduct of the brainwashing we’ve all been subjected to from birth, and, in fact, across countless generations.
My challenge to each of you is to not give in to that false fear. I think you’ll be amazed to find that in a direct face-off, those who stand to benefit from your fear will, in the end, fall over backwards, to their own (eternal) demise.
One final truth that might well have been kept from you as well — the foundational fact that Jesus Christ has already overcome the world (John 16:33), as have all of us who’ve already placed all of our trust, all of our faith, on him (Galations 3:29; Romans 4:13). And who have, thereby and already, become heirs to the promise made to Abraham and his seed (singular: that is, Jesus Christ; Galations 3:16), not seeds or descendants as the modern Bible perversions and apostate Zionist churches try to pass off to their unsuspecting (because non-King James Bible reading) flocks.
That overcoming of the world is a done deal.
And there ain’t a single thing that the antichrists presently ruling the roost can do about it (Matthew 10:28).
Many of you, no doubt, must have thoughts crashing around in your mind right now about God’s “chosen people”, Israel, etc. Well, this, like so many other things — such as Muslims with box cutters, our “democracies”, the Holohoax, the “War on Terror”, etc. — is yet another multi-generational lie. Not surprisingly, the true elect are the very same heirs to the promise made to Abraham and his seed, Jesus Christ. That is, all who are saved through faith in Jesus Christ are the true heirs, the true children of God (John 1:12), and those who will, in fact, be marching to Zion after the fall of the Antichrist and his many, many followers who are presently well down the path of having already aligned themselves with him, if unbeknownst to themselves in this moment.
A follow-on corollary of this world/life-changing fact is that the true Israel is NOT the illegitimate and illegal nation-state which presently goes by that name, but is, again, those very same heirs to Abraham’s promise — that is, once again, all who are saved through Jesus Christ’s sacrifice on the cross as a means to pay for all of our sins (that is, for all true believers) for all time. For Jesus is “the way, the truth, and the life: no man cometh unto the Father, but by” him (John 14:6).
So, in the end — as politically incorrect as it sounds to our socially engineered and, thus, demoralized ears — we ALL have but two options. We choose salvation and eternal life through faith in Jesus Christ. Or we choose death and eternal damnation.
As they say, choose wisely.
God bless. And take courage!
A Post-Article Announcement: Early Friday morning, an unquantifiable (no doubt God-authored) flash of inspiration struck while I was still in bed, noodling on my Thanksgiving gospel-sharing efforts, less than 24 hours in. On September 29th, Mufidah and I announced, in #CreativeTribes, our new website project, TheGoodShepherd.life, which we’ve been developing in the background. This site was to be in support of our in-person and online gospel-sharing work, as a means to help newly saved Christians avoid the absolute quagmire of false doctrine that’s being forced upon the above-mentioned unsuspecting flocks of would-be Christians. And, indeed, that remains the site’s raison d’être.
However, Friday’s early-morning vision is, in brief, TheGoodShepherd.life taken to an infinitely higher level — from a relatively simple gospel-sharing website to a global platform for presently disconnected folk who have been quickened (either via the site’s content or other external means) by the gospel of Jesus Christ to become, full-fledged, disciples of Christ.
If you’d like to be an early-on supporter of this worldwide gospel-sharing vision — we’re facing immediate in-house website costs (e.g., domain name registration, robust community-centric WordPress theme, various paid-for plugins, community/web-hosting expenses) — email us at [email protected].
Bible readers will know that the Good Shepherd site is inspired by John 10.
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