by June Griffin
Methodist founder, John Wesley, once stated that "dissipation is the art of omitting God." This Mockingbird has often stated that this art is practiced widely by the certified news outlets and so-called "higher learning;" they specialize in the "art of omitting God," thus they are dissipating and few believe them and now look elsewhere for the news.
Protestant nations are replete with Acts of God, a term which was once a classification in insurance adjustments. Now those who are dissipating prefer the term 'Natural Disasters," by which one could conjecture that government grant money is available.
It is natural for losers to play down incidents where they were soundly whipped. For example, the United States has been victor over and over in our wars, even when the British hired the "merciless Indian savages" to come against the colonies, as is recorded in the Declaration of Independence. Losers wish to make us feel bad for winning our wars, and Losers wish to write another view of history.
For example, when the children of Israel were miraculously brought through the Red Sea and the Egyptian army pursuing them were drowned, the Egyptians wrote another piece to their wish-list history, claiming that there was a people among them who had leprosy and were led by Heliopolis, called Moses. These leprous tribes were expelled by Pharaoh and there is no monument in Egypt to the fact that Pharaoh was paid his just debt for the slavery of God's people. This is chronicled in the "Biblical Museum,"
by James Comper Gray, 1872.
In his wonderful book, And Then They Prayed, Georgia State Senator Barry Loudermilk records many Acts of God which saved our armies and nation from the beginning. Just one account relates an incident in Andersonville Prison where so many Union soldiers were tortured. Visiting this prison today, one hears awesome accounts of the fate of these soldiers, however, conveniently omitted is the account of Providence Spring.
"The prisoner's cry of thirst rang up heaven, God heard and with his thunder, cleft the earth and poured out his sweetest waters here." 'These words etched on a stone monument, tell the story of one of the greatest acts of God's Divine intervention in America's history. It was a miracle witnessed by hundreds, recorded in the journals of dozens, and ultimately saving the lives of thousands, but, other than this lone marble structure testifying to this miracle that took place in August of 1864, little recognition is given to it by modern historians or the National Park Service. American history revisionists, the government, and even the movie industry have chosen to ignore rather than to explain an event that can only be defined as an act of God's hand. If it was not for a monument erected over a century ago, it is quite possible this story would be forgotten.' " (Page 22,23 - And Then They Prayed by Barry Loudermilk). For information on this book, go to firm-reliance.com. They called this spring of water "Providence Spring."
This account in the book joins dozens of others involving such giants as Jimmy Doolittle and General Patton, to name just two. If there is a speck of decency and love of God in what is left of your patriotism after the Losers have done their dirty work, you will be revived and thrilled that, indeed, "God has not forsaken us," and our God is the God of Providence and Master of Armies.
Why are we and the school children denied such truths and Acts of God? Why bleach out His Name? What are these losers afraid of?
Righteousness demands a payday. A good start is to quit funding publishers and professors who foster such evolutionary lies.