The Federal Government Is “Broke.” It Means That the Government Has Abandoned Its Biblical Role to “Punish Evildoers and Praise Them That Do Well” (1 Peter 2:14)
HNewsWire: Government Has Been Weaponized Against the People
Discovery documents from a lawsuit against the White House13 filed by the attorneys general of Missouri and Louisiana (Eric Schmitt and Jeff Landry) show at least 671415 federal employees across more than a dozen agencies are engaged in these kinds of illegal censorship activities. This includes officials from:
- The Cybersecurity and Infrastructure Security Agency’s (CISA) Election Security and Resilience team
- Department of Homeland Security’s (DHS) Office of Intelligence and Analysis
- The FBI’s foreign influence taskforce
- The Justice Department’s (DOJ) national security division
- The Office of the Director of National Intelligence
- White House staff (including White House lawyer Dana Remus, deputy assistant to the president Rob Flaherty and former White House senior COVID-19 adviser Andy Slavitt)
- Health and Human Services (HHS)
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
- National Institutes of Allergy and Infectious Diseases (NIAID)
- The Office of the Surgeon General
- The Census Bureau
- The Food and Drug Administration (FDA)
- The State Department
- The U.S. Treasury Department
- The U.S. Election Assistance Commission
Consultants from the strategic communications and marketing firm Reingold were also hired to manage the government’s collusion with social media in this intentional effort to violate our Constitutional right to free speech.
"There is liberty when the government fears the people." "Tyranny exists when the people fear the government."
As I travel across the country, I meet hundreds, if not thousands, of Americans who all agree that the federal government is "broken."
Different people interpret this differently. At the very least, it signifies that the government has abandoned its biblical responsibility of "punishing evildoers and praising those who do well" (1 Peter 2:14). In fact, our federal government has reversed this function, rewarding evildoers while punishing those who do good. Another biblical principle that has been turned upside down is the idea that leaders serve the people. People are now compelled to pay tribute to the leaders (1 Peter 5:3).
I'm sure what it will take to bring the government under control GOD", but I want the American people to see the covers lifted and the extent of our federal government's depravity revealed for all to see. Only then will we have a chance to inspire and mobilize a large enough number of Americans to demand and achieve genuine change. As a result, Americans must rally behind the men and women who will be nominated to this subcommittee, as they will be subjected to enormous pressure and threats. The deep state will not relinquish its grip on the nation's throat without a battle.
Human wit and armament are useless in the face of worldly beliefs. Human weapons include marketing strategies, counter-philosophies, persuasive words of human wisdom (1 Corinthians 2:4), rationalism, organization, skill, entertainment, mystique, better lighting, and better music. None of these will win the spiritual battle. The only thing that works—the only offensive weapon we have—is the Sword of the Spirit, which is God's Word (Ephesians 6:17). As soldiers in this spiritual battle, this weapon grants us numerous liberties. We are fearless because we know God is battling for us (Joshua 1:7-9) and will not abandon us. We are guilt-free because we know we are not accountable for the souls of those who reject God's word after we have preached it to them (Mark 6:11). We can be free of despair because we know that if we are persecuted and disliked, Christ was persecuted and hated first (John 15:18), and that our war wounds will be lavishly and lovingly cared for in paradise (Matthew 5:10).
All of these liberties result from the use of God's tremendous weapon, His Word. If we utilize human weapons to combat the wicked one's temptations, we will fail and be disappointed. God's victories, on the other hand, are full of hope. "Let us draw near with a genuine heart in full assurance of faith, having our hearts sprinkled clean from an evil conscience and our bodies cleansed with pure water. Let us not waver in our confession of hope, for He who promised is trustworthy" (Hebrews 10:22-23). Those who hear and accept the true, complete word of the gospel as delivered by the apostles have their hearts "sprinkled clean" and "washed with pure water." What exactly is this water? The Word of God is what keeps us going in battle (Ephesians 5:26; John 7:38).
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