I’m not saying the world is in good shape. It’s bad. We have to do something about it. America has faced tough challenges and we can do it again if we work hard at it. Do are younger generations have the stamina? I believe most do. Is that enough?
Imagine for a moment that you were born in the year 1900. When you were 14 years old, World War I begins and ends only when you are 18 years old, leaving 22 million dead.
A little later, a worldwide pandemic, the Spanish Flu, appears, killing 50 million people. And you are alive, 20 years old.
At 29 years old, you survive the global economic crisis that began with the crash of the New York Stock Exchange, causing inflation, unemployment and hunger.
When you are 33 years old, Nazism comes to power.
When you’re 39, World War II starts and ends when you’re 45, with 60 million dead.
When you are 52 years old, the Korean War begins.
When you are 63, your president is assassinated.
When you’re 64, the Vietnam War starts and ends when you’re 75. During that time period major riots break out across America. Martin Luther King, Jr. and Robert F. Kennedy are assassinated.
A person born in 1990, for example, thinks that their grandparents have no idea how difficult life is, not knowing that they have survived several wars and catastrophes.
Today, we have been living with a suspicious, but great pandemic for years. “Vaccine” jabs are killing people. We lost friends and relatives, we are scared. We are tired.
In the past, conditions were even worse, but we prayed to God to bless America and the world. Humanity survived under these conditions and overcame it.
Get off the television. Avoid news and social engineering propaganda. Grow a garden. Don’t waste your money. Eat healthy. Exercise. Read your Bible. Pray.
Believe it, when an American patriot says better days await us.
In God We Trust
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