The Necessity of Communism

The United States needs it. We’ve taken our freedoms for granted. We’ve become complacent with the things that matter most and have lost sight of what is morally correct. We’ve cried out to God, but only when tragedy struck, other that that, we’ve tried to sue Him. Jesus is still a name that is ignored and we’d rather look to horse shit for our way to peace. We are not to be envied, but pitied by all men for we put our greed before life itself and the beginning of life has been deemed “a viable fetus“, and that life is merely an option. Then, if that fetus is allowed to live, they are taught that a socialist is the best choice for president of the United States, while they learn about the dictators of Russia in their world history classes and they don’t see the parallels.

I believe that at the root of it all lies the Christian church in America. They’ve lost their first love. They’ve become luke-warm. They’ve compromised the truth for popularity, for money, for pride and fame.

Some addicts are treated for their dependency on a substance by taking all of their privilages away. The church needs the same. God, please pull the weeds. We’re killing ourselves.

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3 Responses to “The Necessity of Communism”

  1. I haven’t lost our way, and neither have the great majority of the Roman Catholic Community. I’ve lived through Communism and Soicialism… both are evil and I would not wish them on anyone; not even the Communists themselves. To live under Communist rule is to live in constant terror. Socialism… Communism… we’re talking pleonasm here.

  2. I concur.

    As I read through I & II Kings and I & II Chronicles and the Prophets, I see many parallels. Many Kings were said to have followed God but did n ot tear down the high places. Reagan was a great president and a Godly man, but he didn’t tear sown the high places. He listened to his wife as she gave advice she got from astrology. He spent his last years not knowing who he was, not enjoying the blessings of his achievements.

    In Ezekial 16 God is pronouncing judgement on Israel. In the 48th verse God tells Israel that she is like Sodom and her sisters. They had plenty but would not share.

    While we spend our money on pleasures, our brothers and sisters abroad are suffering (and I don’t mean the minor aches and pains we whine about as we are aging). How can God not judge us.

    I told Dawn this morning that if Obama is elected, I hope he gets a filibuster-proof Congress. That way we know who exactly to blame, and we can show what Marxism will do.

    We need to:

    1) Repent. True repentence involves action. We can’t just say we’re
    sorry and go on with our lives. We need radical and fundamental
    change. We need, as you said, to return to our first love. Sadly, I
    don’t know if people know what that is. They need to be shown that
    Christianity is not a set of rules, but rather a relationship based on
    love. (And is not an act of the will; it is a fruit of the Holy Spirit.)

    2) Educate.
    Ask people, especially minorities, “What specifically has the
    government done for you?”
    We need to teach responsiblilty. Paul wrote to the Thessalonians that
    if a man will not work, neither shall he eat.

    3) Reaffirm strongly our committment to life. Humans are
    created in the image God. That makes life sacred: the unborn; the
    addicted; any race, creed, color, or culture. (I am sick of the bigotry
    in the church. People need to come clean and quit fooling
    themselves.)

    Pastors and lay leaders need to rise up and fulfill their calling.

  3. Alison,
    I agree: I would not wish these horrible economic systems and the despotic rulers they breed on anyone, either.

    But like giving someone a shot that contains enough of a virus to build up immunity against an strong attack, so a taste of communism would, hopefully, awaken a complacent people.

    I’m not a prophet nor do I play one on TV, but if this is a judgement of God on a wicked nation, we need to recognize it for what it is and turn our hearts back to Him

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