What happens when good people do nothing? When I listen to the news, I almost start crying. Did you know that California just recently passed a bill that allows the killing of babies up to 28 days A-F-T-E-R they are born. (After they are born?)
The transgender push is from less than 1% of the population but has overshadowed our schools, workplace and social platforms in an attempt to destroy our children and change our thinking towards their immorality.
The LGTB community has invaded our entertainment platforms in an effort to say that their immoral conduct, that is an abomination before God, is normal and just an alternate lifestyle. Romans 1:26-27 Sitcoms push gay life and commercial ads flaunt their Godless actions.
Human trafficking is now rampant in the US while authorities ignore the suffering of abducted children.
The Democratic party has shifted far to the left, supporting all sorts of immorality and even legislating evil as though it were good and now tries to tell America that which is good is really evil.
When we do nothing, evil invades our society and, if not stopped, will pull the world into another dark age of Godlessness and suffering. Listen to what the Bible says:
“The wicked shall be turned into hell, and all the nations that forget God. Psalm 9:17”
What shall we say to these things? How about vote out these sickies and elect Christian and or moral folks that seek decency, honor and truth.
If we continue the way we are going, we will forfeit our freedom and end up at the mercy of the ungodly.
We could also turn our hearts back to God and trust him to save our nation from being dragged into hell. It’s just a thought to consider. Elections are next month. Choose wisely who you want to lead us. The existing leadership has not been righteous or even moral.
I don’t have all the answers, but I do have my personal ethics and resolve to stand up for what I believe and even though my little voice is like one crying in the wilderness, it will still cry out for righteousness.
God is watching and I am on his side. Where are you?
Until next time
John Marinelli, Author & Poet