Patriotism isn’t dead, but facebook is a graveyard.
I used to scroll through my facebook feed and see all these brave warriors waving flags and banding together and standing up for life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness.
But facebook cancelled all the patriots, and now I know. If I play by their rules, I keep my page. If I speak up, they’ll shut me down. I posted a prayer for the nation on the Fourth of July and facebook blocked it.I posted a plea for unity in America and facebook canceled it. Instagram responded by cutting my followers in half. Now my page is stuck and people don’t see my messages of faith unless I pay the Silicon Valley giants — which I won’t.
Today, on Election Day, if I want to see pictures of masses of patriots gathering to celebrate life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness, I have to go to a free speech app called Parler.
But when I go to the polls, my voice will be heard.
There is a battle in heaven over this nation, and one way or another, it’s going down. This is about so much more than Trump vs. Biden.
This is about darkness versus light. Death versus life. Truth versus the masquerade. Freedom versus oppression. Faith versus fear. While facebook tries to snuff and muzzle the patriots and truth-seekers, they don’t know what’s coming. What they don’t realize is while they make their money on oppression, the warriors of freedom will only rise stronger, higher, and more powerful.
Paul said it best –
“No, in all these things, we are more than conquerors through him who loved us.” The NLT reads: “No, in all these things, overwhelming victory is ours through Christ” (Romans 8:37).
No matter what happens today, God wins. Life wins. Truth wins. Unity and pride in our nation, respect for the foundation of faith upon which this country was built – will win in the end.
No guy in Silicon valley is going to pull the strings of this nation as if we are his puppet.
Rise high, Patriots. Our God is our sword, and this Declaration stands true as the day it was written: All men are “endowed by their Creator with certain unalienable Rights, that among these are Life, Liberty, and the pursuit of Happiness.”
Until we as a united nation embrace this beautiful truth, we will miss out on the incredible leaders God is trying to send our way.
We are one nation under God. When you vote today, follow His lead.
For this battle is not of flesh and blood, but of the spiritual forces of evil in the heavenly realms.
And it’s going down today.
WHAT OTHERS ARE SAYING
At the age of 18, I was recovering from an eating disorder, cutting, and suicide when I read Jennifer Strickland’s book Girl Perfect and it changed my life. At the age of 33, as I travel the world reaching youth for the gospel, this is the only book I recommend to girls who are struggling. The Lord has truly anointed Jennifer’s words through her story, not only to address the struggles of today’s generation of girls, but also to walk them through the healing necessary for victory.
Jennifer is a captivating speaker. She keeps the listener hanging in wonder of what’s coming next! Her presentation is not only absorbing, it reveals the truth of God’s power to heal a wounded spirit.
Barbara Brown, Former Stonecroft Ministries Regional Representative, San Diego, CA
“The ‘P’ word [perfection] may be the heaviest burden women bear. All the misguided things we do to attain it can keep us away from what we need most – the unconditional love of God the Father. The Girl Perfect Study Guide gives you a map to the wholeness you were created for.”
Nancy Ortberg, author and former teaching pastor at Willow Creek Community Church
“The Girl Perfect Study Guide shatters the lies girls and women believe and points to the ultimate truth, which really does set us free. I am confident that this study will help thousands discover a beauty, purpose, and worth that truly lasts. Thank you Jen for exposing the ‘perfect life’ and inviting girls to experience God’s ‘perfect love.'”
Allie Marie Smith
Allie Marie Smith, Founder of Wonderfully Made
One of the best testaments to what Jennifer is doing for the young girls and women of today is a comment from my eleven-year-old granddaughter: “Grammy, I want to read this book and hear her again. She’s good and I learned a lot.” This is exactly what I experienced from a grown-up perspective when I was introduced to Jennifer Strickland’s amazing story. Read it and see if you don’t get the real story from an icon model and a powerful speaker of truth.”