USA’s belief in a God given destiny?
20th February 2022, mgh
This Article: (2 Pages)
- 1. Is there evidence to support the... USA’s belief in a God given destiny?
- 2. Assessing the Information that has... been Presented.
2) Assessing the Information that has been Presented.
We began with the question of the Merchant of Tarshish and how Britain can still be a player in the Ezekiel 38 prophecy. Up until the Germanic monarchies, Britain, the Lion power, was an active naval power, had broken ties to the Papacy, and had established colonies and sought to extend trade. From the time of HenryV11 British explorers appeared along with the Dutch and Spanish upon the vast unexplored seas. The British required an explorer to have a Charter to establish a colony, and granted with Royal permission. The Colony had to speak English have English Culture and English LAW. In Virginia, in 1624 as an example, James 1 made the earlier settlement a Royal colony with a Legislative body and a Governor appointed by himself.
When the colonies in North America severed ties with Britain it was a legal issue. It was a question of law, representation and the Constitution. As our historians have pointed out the USA was born in an atmosphere of legal rather than philosophical debate. Thomas Jefferson believed that the greatest danger to American freedom was “a government that ignores the Constitution.”
The importance of the Constitution and Law in principle had moved to the USA, from Britain.
As Max Lerner pointed out, the “USA broke through the isolationist sheath to aid western Europe in two great wars and afterward it helped to rebuild Europe’s economic strength”.
This points out that the USA rescued Britain twice and my conclusion is that Britain will probably need to be rescued a third time by the USA, but not by the Biden administration. Britain needs a change of leadership that will recognise Israel’s rights to its homeland and the support that the USA and the young lions have given in the past to Britain. Now if the seventy years of Isaiah 23 have passed, we may expect to see significant events. Britain has had seventy years under the rule of a regime that neglected the sources of its strength spiritually and its allies. Its ties with the Vatican are not clear.
Howl, ye ships of Tarshish: for your strength is laid waste. It shall come to pass in that day, that Tyre shall be forgotten seventy years, according to the days of one king: after the end of seventy years shall Tyre sing as an harlot. Take an harp, go about the city, thou harlot that hast been forgotten; make sweet melody, sing many songs, that thou mayest be remembered. (Isaiah 23:14-16)
The historians depict the USA as a vibrant nation filled with faith and vitality and with a possible destiny. By the 1950’s changes are detected. We see the emerging problems that are so prevalent today. The impact of the media and corporations, the barriers created in society and the emergence of communistic elements. Some of these trends can be seen as far back as the 1930’s. Dr Thomas saw a mission for the USA and this stands as a question mark. Corporations opened the way for foreign entities to invade the USA. Was it for wealth only, or was it a war to destroy America? Dr Thomas knew the extent of the power of the vatican and Jesuits and he would not have been surprised to see the British Royal House led astray into an alliance with the serpent power. We have yet to see the outcome. Will the prayers of the Patriots be answered so that the mission seen as possible by Dr Thomas be achieved, “to preserve the civilization of this age from extinction in the transition of the old world from its present state to the Age of the Kingdom of God”? He says: “This transition period is a time of sore trouble, the time of God’s judgement on Europe because of its blasphemy, superstition and crime.”
The War of Independence was a question of law, representation and the Constitution. The Colonists had fled Europe and Britain to escape religious persecution.
The conflict today in the USA is also related to the Constitution and law. It also involves the rights of people to have freedom of worship and an acknowledgement of God’s power.
The principles are the same but the fight today is far more complex in a more dangerous world.
Let God arise, let his enemies be scattered: let them also that hate him flee before him. As smoke is driven away, so drive them away: as wax melteth before the fire, so let the wicked perish at the presence of God. But let the righteous be glad; let them rejoice before God: yea, let them exceedingly rejoice. Sing unto God, sing praises to his name. (Psalms 68:1-4)
Following the election of 2020 I saw Patriots young and old involved in a protest to ‘stop the steal’ of the election. They were peaceful and well spoken in giving reasons for their protest. In walking seven times around the Congress building they established the Biblical association and their basic appeal to honesty and truth, which should prevail in the election process. Their prayers to God were a call for help to save the nation and Constitution from destruction through Communist, policies and through treasonous interference within and from outside the country.
Corporations, which have accumulated extreme wealth and power world-wide gained a strangle hold on the wealth of the USA and support of several states as evident in the election results.
Think back to Dr Thomas’ warning about the Romanists and the Jesuits. He knew that it signified a severe threat to the USA ,just as the Europeans had suffered under the Romanists. The infiltration of Jesuits and Masons and their ability to enter into every avenue of opportunity troubled him.
In attempting to have a review of the election results the Patriots were stopped at every level of Government.
Has this present oppressed generation inherited the “dynamism” of their forefathers and what Dr Thomas saw as, “All that is worth preservation...which has been naturalised in these United States.”?
I have heard many Patriots declaring that they have a “destiny” “to do God’s work. I will quote the words of a young man who had felt fear for his country as many Patriots also have. Confidence changed that fear into optimism through involvement in work that had to be done, through Prayer, Bible study and faith in God’s ability to save the nation. He said:
“We are all appointed with this mission as standard bearers to navigate these new realities and to transcend fear”.
Now faith is the substance of things hoped for, the evidence of things not seen. (Hebrews 11:1)