Quick Reactions!

Quick Reactions!

Do you see someone who speaks in haste? There is more hope for a fool than for them. Proverbs 29:20 NIV

When we are reactionaries–reacting to situations rather than responders–we tend to do things we later regret or cause us remorse.

The toddler-in-chief in the White House is a reactionary–he thinks he’s being tough being a bully, insulting others. He’s not tough–he’s insecure and weak–and his hasty reactions demonstrate his lack of ability to intellectually reason through any situation. His thin-skinned nature–unable to take comments from others in stride as real leaders learn to do, is a dangerous situation for all America.

His lack of discipline and impulsivity indicate a serious cognitive impairment and he’s crying out for help, but his enablers–who won’t tell him the truth–are leading him down a merry path of destruction for them–and the rest of us.

It only takes a second to react to a situation–igniting other reactions–and none of them positive.

It takes time to think–rationally–to provide an intelligent response to situation–that won’t ignite or fuel stupidity.

trump is a reactor–not a responder and that makes him dangerous for all and let’s not forget–he has the nuclear codes–not a good idea for a person incapable of thinking first.

But don’t take my word for it–just review his actions for the last six months–without the rose-colored or rather “conservative” blinders.

Every day, he proves that we deserve a better leader–one who is capable of rational thought and will lead the country for the benefit of all Everyday Americans. I encourage all to read http://www.facebook.com/YesIAm2020 and judge for yourself if in fact, I would be a more stable leader in the White House. We cannot expect change in the White House from a reactionary, so we must change who is in the White House so a responder is making decisions for all Americans.

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God Will!

God Will!

As for me, I call to God, and the LORD saves me. Evening, morning and noon I cry out in distress, and he hears my voice. He rescues me unharmed from the battle waged against me, even though many oppose me. God, who is enthroned from of old, who does not change— he will hear them and humble them, because they have no fear of God. My companion attacks his friends; he violates his covenant. His talk is smooth as butter, yet war is in his heart; his words are more soothing than oil, yet they are drawn swords. Cast your cares on the LORD and he will sustain you; he will never let the righteous be shaken. But you, God, will bring down the wicked into the pit of decay; the bloodthirsty and deceitful will not live out half their days. But as for me, I trust in you. Psalm 55:16-21 NIV

There is so much going on in the world today that we can barely keep up with situations in which there is one crisis after the other. The biggest crisis we face in America–is the one sitting in the White House–he has no respect for the office of president or Americans in general.

We can pray and we do, but in time–we must act because God responds to our faith–what we believe we act on–what we act on–He responds to our prayers and soon we’ll all be able to sleep at night without concern of what the new day will bring.

I’m so thankful for the fact that God does not change His stance on His Word; there is nothing wishy-washy or unstable about God. We cannot say the same about the current White House resident.

I must admit–I feel better knowing that a possible candidacy on my part will shake up political views for years to come. For all to long, we have all taken democracy for granted and now that it is threatened–by a so-called American-it is a wake up call for all Americans to jump into the political arena to save America from wannabe dictatorship mentality. The word is that over 11,000 women have decided to run for a political office all over the country and I’m sure, that by the time it’s time to vote in 2020, there will be many more–including me.

It’s not enough to just sit back and complain about a situation; we must be willing to rise up and do something to make sure the change we desire–for the betterment of all Americans–has a chance to flourish. Whatever we can’t do in our quest to succeed, God can and He will.

With all the evidence coming to the surface and all those scheduled to testify about the involvement of Americans in the Russian hacking, I am enthusiastically expecting to see a change in the White House and on Capitol Hill before the end of 2017. The treason stretches beyond the imagination of most and the swamp stench permeates the air throughout the nation. Though many do not want to admit the obvious–a change is coming and all of the corruption will be exposed from state-to-state and in Washington, DC. And no matter how riled up people get at rallies–the perpetration of lies will be the downfall of the White House occupants and his base–no matter how angry and violent they become because they can’t handle truth, will not stop the inevitable. Just like he has protesters against him removed by force; he too–can be removed by force when the time comes.

We have no need to fear when love is the motivator and driving force in our lives–and know–God is not a man that He should lie–He does not change and He will champion the rights of His children–those who love him unabashedly.

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No Jesus, No Peace!

“I have told you these things, so that in me you may have peace. In this world you will have trouble. But take heart! I have overcome the world.” (John 16:33 NIV)

What were the things Jesus told them? Jesus said so much to His disciples that it would be time consuming to try to explain them all, but if we start at verse nineteen, Jesus sensed the questions they were about to ask Him and He answered them before they spoke. He told them in a little while they would not see Him, but a while after that, they would. How confusing is that?

Seeing their confusion, He used the birth of a child and the pain the mother experiences and the pain she forgets because of the joy of seeing her baby. Jesus reminded them that He had been speaking to them about certain things figuratively, but the time would come would He would speak, literally and they would understand. He was trying to prepare them for His arrest, crucifixion, and ultimate resurrection. After His resurrection, they would ask whatever they wanted from God in Jesus’ name and they would have it. But with the benefits also came responsibility and in the world, He warned, we (His disciples by faith) would have trouble, but He would be with us and therefore we can have peace in the midst of trouble.

Do we really believe this–there is peace with Jesus?

When we are scorned and ridiculed because of our faith, do we have peace within?

When we experience hardships and grieve over the loss of loved ones, do we have peace within?

When we experience angst on our jobs or in our homes, do we have peace within?

If we are not able to experience peace in the midst of the trials we face, do we really have Jesus in our lives and do we really believe what He said?

The world is in chaos and much confusion and that confusion and chaos is a result of there being no peace in the hearts of those who refute and deny Jesus!

If we want to see peace in the land, we must promote Jesus!

If we want to see peace in our homes, we must establish Jesus as our source of peace!

If we want to see peace in the world, we must pray that all will receive Jesus as their Personal Savior and rest in His peace!

We can enjoy peace within as long as He reigns within our hearts. No Jesus, No Peace!

Instability Gets Nothing!

“But when you ask, you must believe and not doubt, because the one who doubts is like a wave of the sea, blown and tossed by the wind. That person should not expect to receive anything from the Lord. Such a person is double-minded and unstable in all they do.” (James 1:6-8 NIV)

If we lack wisdom, as stated in verse five, we should ask of God, who will give it to us liberally, without finding fault with us. Starting at verse six–when we ask, we must believe, not doubting–this premise holds true for anything we ask of God. We know this because Jesus, we must have faith and not doubt, believing we receive what we ask for.

If we doubt God will do what He says He will do–heal, deliver, save, prosper, lead, guide, counsel, protect–The Word says we are unstable and will receive NOTHING!

This is why when we pray–WE ASK ONCE, THANK HIM FOR WHAT WE HAVE ASKED, AND KEEP THANKING HIM UNTIL WE SEE WHAT WE ASKED FOR COME TO PASS! That is the benchmark of faith–believing we have received–without doubting.

People who believe they have to keep asking for the same thing, or get loud or shout, or cry loudly, apparently think God is either forgetful or hard of hearing. God is not moved by our emotions; He is moved by our faith. Declare the situation is resolved and keep thanking Him for the resolution. This is how we see prayers answered. It is not because of our begging, being loud, or our tears.

When we repeat ourselves in prayer, we demonstrate doubt and our doubt keeps us from receiving. God hears us the first time, but He may not respond right away. All we need to do is wait, patiently thanking Him, knowing He will do what is best for us at all times.

Father, forgive us for our lack of faith in You and Your Word. Help us to understand that You are faithful, even when we are not. We thank You for healing bodies–from crowns of heads to soles of feet and every part in between. We thank You for peace in the land and protection from the enemy on all sides. We thank You for love, liberty, and joy in the Holy Ghost. We thank You for family and friends who love like You love. We thank You for the ability to love the unlovable and desire to see all saved. These things we ask and thank you for in the name of Jesus! We declare all of it done to Your glory!