05:57 Saturday, Jan. 2, AD 2021 GMT
Our Lord and God, Jesus, is on the side of Us the Trump Voters. That is because He is on the side of the disenfranchised, the defrauded, the robbed. Those that robbed and disenfranchised Us the Trump Voters not only owe us another four years of President Trump, but, as I will argue here, will also have to answer to the Lord of Hosts.
Thievery is thievery. Some today are so vain as to accept and celebrate it. But it remains both a crime and a sin: “Thou shalt not steal” (Exodus 20:15).
What classification of thievery is this? Grand larceny does not quite describe it. The Democratic Party has so far gotten away with National larceny—the theft of an entire nation. It’s not just a political movement. It’s a political movement whose intention is to steal a nation.
Here I wish to bring the sin national larceny down to an individual level, and there consider its vanity. We tend to think of national problems on a national level, and either deal or fail to deal with them as such. But in the Last Judgment, God judges people individually.
Let’s say that person D conspired to commit national larceny by marking a bin of blank ballots for Joe Biden, forging signatures on the same, and delivering them to a tabulation center as legitimate ballots.
Let’s say that person E conspired to commit national larceny by saying to GOP poll watchers, “We’re done counting for the night. You must all go home now”, and kicking them out, when she knew that poll workers would in fact continue tabulating ballots.
Let’s say that person M conspired to commit national larceny by repeatedly running a stack of 50 fraudulent Biden ballots from the same bin through a tabulator.
Let’s say that person S conspired to commit national larceny by setting a tabulator to send 68% of the ballots to adjudication, where another co-conspirator could reject the ones marked for Donald Trump, or switch them from Donald Trump to Joe Biden.
None of the above co-conspirators by themselves stole the national election. But each played a part. And hundreds, maybe thousands, of other, like-minded Democratic Party activists committed the same sort of elections sins and crimes across multiple and crucial States. Let’s say that D, E, M and S all then think of their elections sins and crimes as mere political activism. They say something like, “Yay! We got ‘em that time! We are winning!” There is a strain of thought that excuses such sins and crimes as mere political activism. This strain would say to ladies D, E, M, and S, “Good job, ladies. You have done a great service to your Party and the nation.” Did D, E, M, and S really do a service to the nation?
No. They really sinned against the nation. God does not nationalize, socialize or globalize sin, unless no one in the nation, society or on surface of the planet is righteous. Some cities are more sinful than others, but God does not condemn an entire city, unless no one in it is righteous, and cries out to Him. We see this, for instance, in Genesis 18-19. God said:
The cry of Sodom and Gomorrha is multiplied, and their sin is become exceedingly grievous.
I will go down and see whether they have done according to the cry that is come to me: or whether it be not so, that I may know. (from Genesis 18: 20-21)
It turned out that there was one righteous family in Sodom. God saved them, sending holy Angels that got them out of there alive. Then He destroyed Sodom and all the wicked therein.
The same principle applies to multiple sins that the Democratic Party is wont to nationalize and then excuse as part of some so-called noble and socialist goal. Each individual that plays a part in the theft of an election is guilty of the sin of thievery (Cf. Exodus 20:15), and more generally of the sin of defrauding and disenfranchising their brothers and sisters, instead of loving them (Cf. Matthew 22: 36-39). God hears the cries of Us the Trump voters: that the Dem Party robbed, defrauded and disenfranchised us. Our cries are multiplied in His Ears, He does not ignore them. Rather, He comes down to “see whether they have done according to the cry that is come to me” (ibid.). His Judgment is not against the whole nation, not even against the whole Democratic Party. But His Judgment is specifically against Democrats that did the elections sins. Each of them is guilty. But for the sake of the righteous in the U.S., He does not destroy the whole nation.
The reason why it is an error to pass off one’s sins as collective, social, national or of a party, is simply that God does not see them that way. If He did see sins that way, then maybe the U.S. would be a heap of smoldering ashes right now, having been destroyed by the Justice of God, because of the sins of Democratic Party elections larcenists. We are not now a heap of smoldering ashes. Therefore, the Justice of God did not judge and sentence our nation in that way. Rather, He judges each individual sinner, and spares the nation for the sake of such righteous as are still here. And, to prevent the logical fallacy, I have to add that also, nothing else that could have turned the U.S. into a heap of smoldering ashes did so. E.G., a large asteroid or comet did not hit us, and no nation having multiple nuclear ICBM’s bombed us. That is, the Justice of God against us is not the only force that could have turned us into a heap of smoldering ashes, but did not. But I am here considering only the Justice of God.
The problem of vanity enters in, inasmuch as individual sinners believe themselves immune from divine Justice, by virtue of the lie that they were merely working toward some greater good that the Party defines as such: individual elections larcenists were merely being “good” Democratic Party activists; how could a good God hold that against them?
That question is akin to asking, how could a good God hold against a “good” member of the National Socialist German Workers Party, that he opened a valve? Well, because through that open valve rushed Zyklon B gas that killed twenty Jews locked in a shower room. The good NAZI was doing his little part toward making the agenda of the NAZI Party realities. But he was also murdering twenty souls. That is how our good God could hold it against him, even though the NAZI Party did not.
Similarly, our good God can hold their sins against Democratic Party activists, even though the Democratic Party does not.
The ones that think like the Party thinks—that elections larceny is not larceny but mere activism—have at the same time accepted a vanity: that they can sin, and nothing bad will happen to them. Or maybe that the Party is more potent than the Holy Omnipotent One. They might reason to themselves, “If God really existed and were Omnipotent, we would be dead because of our sins. We are not dead. Therefore, God either does not exist, or exists, but is not as potent as the Democratic Party.”
Vanity! I mean, forget the logical fallacy. That is vanity before it is fallacy.
I submit that the above vain reasoning is part of the genealogy of that end-times vanity by which the armies of the world will gather at Armageddon to oppose the Lord of Hosts and His “myriads” (Cf. Isaiah 34:1-3, Jude 1: 14-16, Apoc. 16: 13-16, Apoc. 19: 11-21). The world’s armies will apparently believe themselves more potent than, and able to defeat, the Holy Omnipotent One. They will be sadly mistaken. God will first call the birds of the air for a feast, then slay those armies.
Ultimately, the genealogy of this end-times vanity began with Satan: he was the original rebel against the Holy Omnipotent One. I don’t follow Satan, so I don’t know for sure, but maybe his followers inherit this vanity from him: to believe that a multitude opposed to God can defeat Him, by virtue of their numbers. No doubt there were many angels that rebelled against God, but their numbers did not overpower the Holy Omnipotent One. And no doubt the numbers in the armies that will oppose the Lord of Hosts at Armageddon will be many, but numbers will not overpower the Holy Omnipotent One.
They have become the definition of vanity, because they have followed their father, the devil, into the abysmal depths of his vanity (Cf. John 8: 42-44).
Maybe two of the first little vanities that the Gates of Hell start us out with are: 1) That the world belongs to us, and 2) That we belong to ourselves.
The psalmist contradicts both of the above with two verses:
On the first day of the week, a psalm for David. The earth is the Lord's and the fulness thereof: the world, and all they that dwell therein.
For he hath founded it upon the seas; and hath prepared it upon the rivers. (Psalm 24 : 1-2)
Not only is the world His, but so are all of us. I suppose that Marxists, having given their minds to Big Brother for reprogramming, would ask, “A psalm for David? Error. Error. Invalid reference. Did you mean Davos?”
Sins against persons are sins precisely because persons belong to God, not to themselves. Even if a person sins against him- or herself, it is still a sin, because he or she belongs to God.
If not intentionally opposed, such vanities thrive in human souls; they can grow until they become so large as to suppose that humans, by virtue of their numbers, are more potent than the Holy Omnipotent One.
Appendix A: Scriptures
Come near, ye Gentiles, and hear, and hearken, ye people: let the earth hear, and all that is therein, the world, and every thing that cometh forth of it.
For the indignation of the Lord is upon all nations, and his fury upon all their armies: he hath killed them, and delivered them to slaughter.
Their slain shall be cast forth, and out of their carcasses shall rise a stink: the mountains shall be melted with their blood.
Apocalypse 16: 13-16:
And I saw from the mouth of the dragon, and from the mouth of the beast, and from the mouth of the false prophet, three unclean spirits like frogs.
For they are the spirits of devils working signs, and they go forth unto the kings of the whole earth, to gather them to battle against the great day of the Almighty God.
Behold, I come as a thief. Blessed is he that watcheth, and keepeth his garments, lest he walk naked, and they see his shame.
And he shall gather them together into a place, which in Hebrew is called Armagedon.
Apoc. 19: 11-21:
And I saw heaven opened, and behold a white horse; and he that sat upon him was called faithful and true, and with justice doth he judge and fight.
And his eyes were as a flame of fire, and on his head were many diadems, and he had a name written, which no man knoweth but himself.
And he was clothed with a garment sprinkled with blood; and his name is called, THE WORD OF GOD.
And the armies that are in heaven followed him on white horses, clothed in fine linen, white and clean.
And out of his mouth proceedeth a sharp two-edged sword; that with it he may strike the nations. And he shall rule them with a rod of iron; and he treadeth the winepress of the fierceness of the wrath of God the Almighty.
And he hath on his garment, and on his thigh written: KING OF KINGS, AND LORD OF LORDS.
And I saw an angel standing in the sun, and he cried with a loud voice, saying to all the birds that did fly through the midst of heaven: Come, gather yourselves together to the great supper of God:
That you may eat the flesh of kings, and the flesh of tribunes, and the flesh of mighty men, and the flesh of horses, and of them that sit on them, and the flesh of all freemen and bondmen, and of little and of great.
And I saw the beast, and the kings of the earth, and their armies gathered together to make war with him that sat upon the horse, and with his army.
And the beast was taken, and with him the false prophet, who wrought signs before him, wherewith he seduced them who received the character of the beast, and who adored his image. These two were cast alive into the pool of fire, burning with brimstone.
And the rest were slain by the sword of him that sitteth upon the horse, which proceedeth out of his mouth; and all the birds were filled with their flesh.