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Why U.S. Keeps Returning to ‘Winless’ Battles?

posted by Dr. Jael Ever @ 13:12 PM
March 20, 2017

        It now seems as if the United States never recovered from two World Wars, a Police Action in Korea, and the “Cold” War with the Russian-China empires.  These wars seem to hover over the nation’s foreign policies and its continuing ‘almost’ war plans.  Added to these entanglements is the seldom-discussed fact that the U.S. has not ‘won’ any of these wars since WWII.  Their inadequate secular educations, and unwillingness to wholly discuss these failures, mean that most inert political commentators fail to reveal that these war ‘losses’ are America’s own fault.

How could such pseudo-intellectuals have known that the U.S. Supreme Court actually ‘lost’ those wars when, in 1962, they voted to take prayer out of public school classrooms? What’s worse is that in the same decade, across the country, pastors, bishops, and other ‘religious’ leaders decided to discontinue mid-week prayer meetings in local churches, because ‘major’ denominational seminaries advised that Bible studies should replace prayer meetings. And now, some 50 years later, most church congregations have little Bible knowledge and no joint prayer meetings.

Boy, what a stupid, stubborn, godless way for those who confess Christianity to lose wars. Even now, when everyone else thinks the Cold War is over, Russia, Cuba, China, and especially North Korea, never got the memo. While the rest keep sinking deeper into poverty, China, which claims Cold War Communism, in truth prospers by using Capitalism. But North Korea, one of those wars the U.S. refused to win, now has a handful of strike-able nuclear missiles, and its murderously insane leader, threatens to destroy the whole non-praying side of the Western United States.

Even a few, not necessarily Christian, mentors of culture seem to sense that if the U.S. does not get its praying knees bowed, they will bow to North Korea. M.A.S.H. (Mobil Army Surgical Hospital)–the hit T.V. show from the 60s and 70s, based on a smash movie of the same era, which was likewise based on a novel of the same name by Hiester Richard Hornberger, who was drafted as a surgeon into trying to save lives during The Korean War—recently returned to T.V. on several channels.

Moreover, T.V.’s History Channel, is running a new series, based on World Wars I and II. Along with Hornberger’s work, this television series attempts to illustrate the horrors of wars that can only be won or loss—actually determined by whether Christian countries choose to cry out to God in prayer. Hornberger’s novel, and resulting artistic attempts, illustrate how futile medical attempts to save lives can be when Satan’s servants determine to kill soldiers and civilians by the millions.

Even as he attempts to revamp America’s weakened military, the new President must sense that a new war—unlike, and worse, than anything in World War I and II and beyond—may be on the horizon. Now is the last time for Christians in the U.S. to take umbrage at the warning that politicians, or the military, or medical doctors cannot hold off the fact that a war, like no other, may soon hit this country. There is only one way to hold off this war. Prophet Daniel illustrated it in wholesale Christian Bibles, when after praying, repenting for his nation, and fasting for weeks, he received a visit from the archangel Gabriel:

“Then said he unto me, Fear not, Daniel: for from the first day that thou didst set thine heart to understand, and to chasten thyself before thy God, thy words were heard, and I am come for thy words. But the prince of the kingdom of Persia withstood me one and twenty days: but, lo, Michael, one of the chief princes, came to help me; and I remained there with the kings of Persia (10: 12 – 13).”

What did Gabriel explain to Daniel in these and other passages in his prophecies? He explained that wars continually go on in the heavens between God’s angels and Satan’s angels—the later being the kind now hovering over North Korea. And the prayers—or lack thereof–of God’s children can greatly affect the outcomes of those wars in the heavens, as well as those wars on earth. Thus, one must ask: Have churches decided to re-start mid-week prayer meetings yet? Are groups of Christians now praying in their homes, as believers did in World Wars I and II? Understand this: when nuclear bombs start to fall, there will be no more time to organize those prayer meetings. Also, please explain for Daniel, and others watching from the third heaven, what kinds of Christians are those who would rather lose wars and die horrible deaths, than to pray?

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