To Those Who Would But Ask

In the days, and years to come, should this Republic survive, there will be those who’ll come behind us asking questions. They’ll ask questions as to Why, How, and What, we as American Patriots did to preserve this great blessing, the Blessing known as America.

Q : Why – did we sacrifice our lives?

A :  This blessing, this land, this America, came directly from the very hand of God.  

Q :  How – did we stand against the overbearing evil?

A :  We stood before the gates of Hell without fear or trepidation because God, and His Holy Spirit supplied us the power and the strength to endure.

Q : What – did we do that gave us the advantage and determination to beat the over whelming odds before us?

A :  We put our faith in God and asked for His guidance and in return, God supplied us with His peace, which defies all human understanding.

In the immortal words of one of the ten greatest heroes America has ever produced. When asked, he replied, “We could have pursued no other course without dishonor. If it had to be done all over again, we should be compelled to act in precisely the same manner.”  – Gen. R.E. Lee

So it shall be in the days to come, and with this in mind we go forward knowing that “God is the infinite and perfect Spirit in whom all things have their source, support, and end.” – J. Strong

It is this which lights the “Sacred Fire” in the hearts of FREE men and women, everywhere.

5 thoughts on “To Those Who Would But Ask

  1. Wow… My pastor was just gave a sermon on Psalms 144 which is almost word for word with this article.

    Great Post Paraclete!!!

  2. Down the road, after we survive and overcome this one, I look forward to one day telling my children the answers to these questions.

    Good one Paraclete

  3. This Psalm below sounds just like what we have going on in America right now and with what Paraclete wrote here. I am going to incorporate this into my daily prayers for the coming Restoration Revolution of America. Read each line and think how it relates to America, it’s so stunningly accurate

    Psalms 144 Geneva Bible

    144:1 [A Psalm] of David. Blessed [be] the LORD my strength, which a teacheth my hands to war, [and] my fingers to fight:

    (a) Who out of a poor shepherd has made a valiant warrior and mighty conqueror.

    144:2 My goodness, and my fortress; my high tower, and my deliverer; my shield, and [he] in whom I trust; who b subdueth my people under me.

    (b) He confesses that neither by his own authority, power or policy was his kingdom quiet, but by the secret grace of God.

    144:3 LORD, what [is] man, that thou c takest knowledge of him! [or] the son of man, that thou makest account of him!

    (c) To give to God just praise, is to confess ourselves to be unworthy of so excellent benefits, and that he bestows them on us of his free mercy.

    144:5 d Bow thy heavens, O LORD, and come down: touch the mountains, and they shall smoke.

    (d) He desires God to continue his graces, and to send help for the present need.

    144:6 e Cast forth lightning, and scatter them: shoot out thine arrows, and destroy them.

    (e) By these manner of speeches he shows that all the hindrances in the world cannot prevent Gods power, which he apprehends by faith.

    144:7 Send thine hand from above; rid me, and deliver me out of great f waters, from the hand of strange children;

    (f) That is, deliver me from the tumults of they who should be my people but are corrupt in their judgment and enterprises, as though they were strangers.

    144:8 Whose mouth speaketh vanity, and their right hand [is] a right hand g of falsehood.

    (g) For though they shake hands, they do not keep their promises.

    144:9 I will sing a h new song unto thee, O God: upon a psaltery [and] an instrument of ten strings will I sing praises unto thee.

    (h) That is, a rare and excellent song, as your great benefits deserve.

    144:10 [It is he] that giveth salvation unto kings: who delivereth David his i servant from the hurtful sword.

    (i) Though wicked kings are called Gods servants, as was Cyrus in ( Isaiah 45:1 ), for he uses them to execute his judgments: yet David because of Gods promise and they who rule godly are properly so called, because they do not serve their own affections, but set forth Gods glory.

    144:12 k That our sons [may be] as plants grown up in their youth; [that] our daughters [may be] as corner stones, polished [after] the similitude of a palace:

    (k) He desires God to continue his benefits toward his people, counting the procreation of children and their good education among the chiefest of Gods benefits.

    144:13 [That] our l garners [may be] full, affording all manner of store: [that] our sheep may bring forth thousands and ten thousands in our streets:

    (l) That the corners of our houses may be full of store for the great abundance of your blessings.

    144:14 [That] our m oxen [may be] strong to labour; [that there be] no breaking in, nor going out; that [there be] no complaining in our streets.

    (m) He attributes not only the great conveniences, but even the least also to Gods favour.

    144:15 Happy [is that] people, that is (n) in such a case: [yea], happy [is that] people, whose God [is] the LORD.

    (n) And if God does not give to all his children all these blessings, yet he replaces them with better things.

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