Dear MAGA: 20190317 Open Topic

This very special WWG1WGA SUNDAY
open thread is VERY OPEN – a place for everybody
to post whatever they feel they would like
to tell the White Hats, and the rest of the MAGA world.

Say what you want, comment on what other people said,
comment on people’s comments.
Keep it civil.  Treehouse rules, but expect lots of QAnon.

See the January 1st daily thread for the rules of the road,
which are few but important.

Remember – your greatest gift to President Trump is FIVE WORDS:

20180629 First Family walking to Marine One

Overcoming Offendedness

The following article is part of a larger series by Rick Joyner intended to help people prepare for the battles right on our horizon. I highly recommend prayerfully going over the entire set of articles as time permits.

“A brother offended is harder to win than a strong city.”
(Proverbs 18:19a)

The Great Commission was to make disciples of all nations, not just individuals. The Lord said that when He returned He would divide the nations into “sheep” or “goats.” The sheep are good and the goats are bad. We have come to a time when nations are determining ultimate issues that will result in them being a sheep or goat nation.

In this series, I will continue to unpack the dramatic dream I had about the American Republic that deals with ultimate issues of our purpose from heaven’s perspective. Regardless of what country you are from, there will be a level of civil conflict coming in your nation too. Many will be similar to what is unfolding here.

Therefore, even though this is American-centric, in many ways it addresses the same basic issues all nations will be facing, as these are all connected to what The Lord said would come at the end of this age.

As covered previously, the first two Great Awakenings in America each preceded wars, the Revolutionary War and the Civil War. As we study the primary messages that came from those two Great Awakenings, we can see a direct link from the Awakenings to the wars.

So did these great spiritual awakenings cause the wars? In some basic ways they did. The light from these Awakenings exposed the darkness, and this required that it be confronted until it was driven from the land.

Could the darkness have been driven from the land by spiritual warfare so that the physical conflicts would not have been necessary? Perhaps. That certainly would have been desirable.

However, what I saw in my dream included physical conflict. I saw the nature of this, which I will share later in this study. Even so, it is my conviction that to the degree that evil strongholds in our land are destroyed spiritually, the degree of the physical conflict will lessen.

As we enter the Third Great Awakening in America, we can expect the same kind of light to expose the great darkness in our time. When powers of darkness are exposed, they rage. When they are cast out of their high positions they come to the earth with great wrath, as we see in Revelation 12.

God’s provision is to send us great champions of the truth to face specific evil strongholds in our time. They are being sent to completely destroy these strongholds, not just defeat them and push them back. What is happening in the Spirit will be reflected in the natural with rage and conflict.

It is always a tragedy when our differences degenerate into violence. It has been a great hope of Western Civilization to rise above war, to eradicate it completely from the earth. That is a noble hope, however, as we see up to the end of the Book of Revelation, there will be increasing war right to the end of the age.

As we see in Revelation 7, for a brief time the winds of war (winds of the earth) are held back so that The Lord’s bondservants can be sealed, but this is a short time and the winds are released again.

To be prepared for the times we must understand that violence has already begun, and it will get worse for a time. Again, this may be reduced by spiritual victories, but there is now a level of violence that we will not be able to avoid and we must be prepared for—spiritually and physically.

A major reason we can expect increasing violence is because of a contingent that not only does not want open debate, but cannot tolerate it. This is the fruit of an education system that no longer educates, but rather indoctrinates.

A generation has been conditioned so that if you disagree with them they will be offended, and being offended has been elevated to the level of being considered almost worse than a physical assault.

That many are so easily offended is a major cause that will make the physical violence unavoidable. As we are told in Proverbs 18:19, “A brother offended is harder to be won than a strong city.”

One of the most important things we can do to prepare for the coming conflict is to refuse to be offended. This is basic Christianity and is called “forgiveness.” Jesus forgave the ones who had Him crucified and even those who nailed Him to the cross. Learning to be quick to forgive is basic discipleship and basic to following Christ.

To stay on the right side in what is unfolding, we must not engage in the rage and bitterness that is fueled by unforgiveness. We must learn not to react to personal offense, but take the actions that we do because they are the right thing to do.

To make it through what is coming upon the world will require all Christians to follow Christ more closely and be more like Him than we ever have. We must guard our hearts, especially from the evil stronghold of unforgiveness and offense.

The Lord will help us get ready by allowing opportunities to learn to forgive quickly and totally. Don’t waste these trials. Embrace them as the opportunities they are, especially when you are persecuted for doing what is right.

The Lord promised a special blessing for this. See these as an opportunity to get closer to The Lord by bearing your cross to identify with Him, and getting closer to Him will be the greatest blessing of all.

 “One of the most important things
we can do to prepare for the coming conflict
is to refuse to be offended. “

Rick Joyner

We are in a battle for the ages.
Our lives, our families, our communities, our nation need us to win this.

Living in offense is like keeping your eyes on the rear view mirror.
Fixating on the rear view mirror is a distraction we cannot afford to entertain.

Let’s clear our vision so we can maximize our battle readiness!





502 thoughts on “Dear MAGA: 20190317 Open Topic

    1. Might as well just say goodnight to Q as well.
      And, as the lights are turned out in our humble abode, I have to wonder what happenings we will find in the morning.

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  1. TTT Thanks for the article and especially for sharing your dream. The photo was breathtaking! Tonight was the first time I had to really focus on it as yesterday …. well it was yesterday but it became today before I was finished with all I wanted to do…

    “it is my conviction that to the degree that evil strongholds in our land are destroyed spiritually, the degree of the physical conflict will lessen” is a very profound statement and aligns exactly with my thoughts which really took form back when the first Gulf War was raging and it wasn’t so visible here except in spiritual circles where it was whispered about.

    Rick says, “One of the most important things we can do to prepare for the coming conflict is to refuse to be offended. This is basic Christianity and is called “forgiveness.” Your title, Overcoming Offendedness mirrors that but I never really thought of it that way before, so thank you for that.

    On a personal level, forgiveness has always been a process I thought of as letting the other person/group/whatever off my “hook” and with God’s help I could do that. I can’t articulate how being offended though seemed different… …maybe “hurt/sad” as opposed to mad/angry or so in a state of disbelief that what was said/done actually happened. Growing up I never entertained the idea that someday people would actually plan to murder me and by the grace of God they failed each time!

    It was issues that became a routine with my adult daughter where I found my “feelings getting hurt” and I didn’t like the feeling that led me to approach my “hurt feelings” in a different way. I have no idea where I found this but I am sure it was not an original idea. When I experienced “hurt feelings”, I learned to ask myself what the incident was bringing up in me that I needed to work on and once I drilled down and focused on “my issue” that surfaced from my conversation with me, it was no longer about what she said/did that hurt my feelings but more of accepting responsibility for how I felt that led to a growth process where I was uncovering a bunch of stuff I could correct in myself by looking at it from a different viewpoint. Do children help parents grow up? YES! It also became a way of living my life where I focus less on how wrong anything/anybody is and more on what it brings up inside me.

    Forgiveness as I understand it, is a really personal process between us and God and allows everyone to move on their path and does not define winner/loser but focuses on being the best we can be which draws us into circles of people who have that intent. And to draw on your thoughts that to the degree that evil strongholds are destroyed spiritually, the degree of physical conflict will lessen, I can see that the larger those circles of people with the intent to do good and be our best selves become, the evil strongholds grow weaker.

    I look forward to your next article…..thanks for inspiring me to think deeper❤❤❤

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