“With each passing day, more and more people are realizing that we are indeed living in extraordinary times.
In my 68 years, I have never lived in a time when discernment was so critically important as it is at the present time.
What is real? What is fake? Who is a Patriot? Who is the enemy?
Who do we trust?
Trust God. He will never let you down. He knows how to deal with the enemy.
“But thou, O LORD, shalt laugh at them; thou shalt have all the heathen in derision. Because of his strength will I wait upon thee: for God is my defence.”
- Psalms 59:8-9
A brief story, if you do not mind. I spoke by phone today with Jessie Wright, a 41-year old resident of Augusta, Georgia.
After 9-11, Jessie joined the Marines. He served for 18 years. Jessie suffers from myocardopathy. He underwent open heart surgery a year ago. He is waiting on a heart transplant.
Jessie loves America. He loves freedom. He loves God.
Jessie told me his medical treatment from the VA was remarkably better over the last 4 years under President Trump.
Jessie told me that he was working as hard as he could to spread the message of truth and his love for freedom as he was still in the fight for America and would be until the day he leaves this Earth.
Jessie said he was honored to speak with me. I told Jessie I was honored to speak with him. Jessie Wright is a hero.
Pray for our country. Pray for our military to be like Jessie. Pray for Jessie.
Thanks for letting me tell you this story.
Jessie suffers from cardiomyopathy. I got it wrong in my initial post. Or was I just checking to see if My Followers were paying attention?
Nah, I just made a mistake. I just cannot be perfect no matter how hard I try! Which makes me feel good to once again prove that I am just like everyone else. I am normal (please inform the State Bar of Georgia of that fact!).
We should not be hard on ourselves or others when mistakes are made. We ALL are human. We ALL make mistakes. We ALL are imperfect.
We ALL need forgiveness.
“To err is human; to forgive, divine.”
- Alexander Pope
[emphasis on “divine”]