Psalm 107:28-30 “Then they cry unto the LORD in their trouble, and he bringeth them out of their distress. He maketh the storm a calm, so that the waves thereof are still. Then are they glad because they be quiet; so he bringeth them unto their desired haven.”
Considering the previous post, what if America went to war tomorrow against an advanced adversary? During that war, what if America’s leaders decided to keep our F-22 Raptors in their hangars and were instead determined to wage war by commandeering a fleet of Cessna 172s from local airports around the country? How would we do over the fields of strife?
We would get slaughtered. No matter the skill of the pilots, such rudimentary weapons could not withstand a skilled and determined adversary employing advanced technology. No matter the friendly tactics, the strategic decision to employ the Cessnas instead of Raptors would lead to great loss. The inexplicable strategy to keep our greatest asset (admittedly, I’m a bit biased) out of the fight would be a pivotal and disastrous decision.
Christianity in America is getting slaughtered. No matter our personal skill, our rudimentary weapons are unable to withstand skilled and determined adversaries. No matter our tactics, our strategic decision to employ a variety of weapons other than prayer is leading to great loss. Our inexplicable strategy to keep our greatest asset out of the fight is proving pivotal and disastrous.
PLEASE UNHANGAR THE MOST POWERFUL WEAPON IN THE CHRISTIAN ARSENAL. We are getting slaughtered, and must realize that it is the fault of our inexplicable omission.