Hope and change: Under Barack Obama’s forcefully imposed ‘Fundamental Transformation of America’, dramatic change continues. Obama’s change is leaving dangerous cracks in America’s foundation.
The Hope Obama promised during his 2008 Election Campaign but never materialized, he stole outright from the Creator.
“Hope is a supernatural gift of God, by which we firmly trust that God will give us eternal life and all the means necessary to obtain it, if we do what He requires of us.” ( A Catechism of Christian Doctrine: The Penny Catechism, 136, 137)
“Why must we hope in God? We must hope in God because he is infinitely good, infinitely powerful, and faithful to His promises.”
That hope is the only true hope that we can count on while here on this Earth.
God, and only God, is both our Creator and our Salvation.
Obama is a politician, and a self-seeking Marxist one at that.
Change of the most destructive kind is still coming our way and may require a move from the city to the country, from where you are now to other more out of the way places with friends or relatives. A new address for those seeking a more secure place in challenging times may be a winterized cottage or the farm of family or friends.
The second Winter of President Barack Obama’s second term in office yawns like a mammoth monster before us as he destabilizes the lifestyle of the masses with radical policy changes like ObamaCare and Amnesty. Everyday people are now spied on by out-of-control government agencies like the NSA and are under ominous threat from the IRS.
Having to keep body and soul together amid the increasing loss of jobs and homes in a tanking economy, with political unrest deliberately created by politicians who force frightening wars on populations not wanting to go there, has become a status quo that could bring about the necessity of migration.
Hope and Change, Obama style, is coming down to ‘People on the Move’.
A change of clothing and toothbrush are already waiting in what preppers call the ‘Bug Out Bag’. Put a Bible in there now while you’re thinking about it.
Along with the MRE’s and medicine, a Bible is a Godsend in times of trouble. Long after food and medicine need replacing, the Bible you carry will be there to feed the soul.
Just reading the Bible can be a comfort and an inspiration to put things in perspective when the going gets rough.
In times of fear and worry, the Bible will be a gathering focus for families. The Holy Book tells stories of how the migrants from other dark times came out of the darkness into the light. The stories are more captivating than the ones in other books, because every one of them is true.
Coming days may be darker than the ones that passed during the past four and a half years. The time could be coming when it may be impractical or even dangerous to venture out of where you are to a church. In those circumstances, your Bible will be your family priest or pastor.
No matter what the outcome of bug out moves, children who hear stories from the Holy Book will remember them when better days are here. The Bible, which tells stories of life during other times of flight, will also be their teacher.
There are few constants in this life but the Holy Book is one that has always been there.
Politicians like Obama and his cohorts come and go. Once upon a time there was King Herod, who is now only a distant memory.
Once upon a time there was a politician called Barack Hussein Obama who someday will only be a distant memory.
The Bible, like God, is forever.
Don’t ‘bug out’ without it.
By Judi McLeod