Encircled by Evil? Encourage the GOOD! Part 2

Thank you for visiting my blog. We are taking a quick break over two weeks from our series exploring the exciting results of Teleios’ research to discuss the intense cultural wars that Christians face.

Last week we described our enemies, the evil forces (defined as one world totalitarians, socialists and atheists) aligned against us. This week let us discuss simple ways that Christians can fight against globalists attacking Christianity and our culture.

Whether we choose to recognize it or not, we are in a huge battle for our culture and for the future of our children. If we do not engage in this struggle, at least at some level, we may doom subsequent generations to living under a tyrannical, anti-Christian regime with its accompanying loss of religious, political and economic freedom.

Therefore, Christians should energetically enter this fight with some part of their lives! With all of us working together, and the help of our almighty God, we can change our culture for good! How can we do this in a practical and doable way? Here are some thoughts.

·       We are right – Realize that you are correct in what you offer society. For too long Christians have cowered in the face of a supposed all accepting, diversity-loving society. They made us feel guilty by defining us as narrow and judgmental.

Now all pretense is off! It is obvious that they were suppressing us by guilt and intimidation while taking control of society to usher in a tyrannical, anti-Christian globalists government.

What we offer in biblical wisdom has been shown by Teleios research, and others, to provide excellent wellbeing and enhanced service to society. In contrast to the hatred, violence, vitriol, and Orwellian control from the globalists; why would we ever think that what we offer to society is not substantially better?

·       Prepare – Learn God’s valuable word and to articulate its advantages in your conversations with others. At the very minimum learn the gospel and other key advantages of Christianity. If helpful, use the home page of the Teleios website which presents the gospel in a succinct form and numerous linked infographics and studies as why we are correct (www.teleiosresearch.com).

·       Change the world – Engage on 3 basic levels:

o   Personal – Consider your dear family, friends, and colleagues and with whom you could begin to discuss these serious issues facing our culture and the answer that Christ brings. Encourage and educate others. Share the gospel so God can change people’s hearts. Again, my past blogs offer some help and how to do this (see blogs posted September 14-October 5, 2016 and October 26-November 30, 2016).

o   Institutions – Consider donating to institutions that help support Christianity in our culture such as American Center for Law and Justice (ACLJ, https://aclj.org) or Judicial Watch (http://www.judicialwatch.org). It is only by sharing the gospel and changing people’s hearts that ultimately our culture will change while we sustain it with political action.

o   Political – Consider engaging in the political process by financial support of elected officials that support freedom of expression and religion as well as a limited role of government in our lives. Write letters to these elected officials!  Express your views and encourage them to stand firm for what is good and right!

President Trump was right when he recently said that after freedom-loving people win elections they often disappear… only to reappear at the next election. This makes sense as we all are busy with work, church and family duties. However, this is the time we need to encourage each other, convince others and press our elected officials to keep moving towards victory. We can change our culture!

Thank you for reading my blog and your own belief in Christ. May God help us live to please Him and pass our religious freedoms successfully to the next generation. Join me again next week as we continue our exciting review of Teleios’ research findings.

WC Stewart

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