Righteous Supremacy

Martin Luther King Jr. said, “I look to a day when people will not be judged by the color of their skin, but by the content of their character.” Good dream. Contrast that with those lacking character today but see skin color at every turn. They are obsessed with racism and white supremacy which mainly exist in their self-righteous imaginations, on mainstream news channels, in woke corporations, and in the current wicked administration. They have no regard for God or His laws, but they should attempt to consider righteous supremacy instead of dwelling on white supremacy. Righteous supremacy says: people who are moral and work hard generally have more contentment, freedom, and prosperity than those who are immoral and lazy. Yes, there are always exceptions – but sane societies don’t make the exception the rule. That is what the woke do. The Bible (that book that the left and the woke hate) says: “Righteousness exalts a nation but sin is a disgrace to any people.” (Proverbs 14:34) Which nation is healthier and stronger? One where most people are lazy, murderers, liars, looters, alcoholics, thieves, drug addicts, traitors, sexually immoral and perverse, haters of the law, disobedient, and cowards; or one where most people work hard, speak truth, respect life, law, and the property of others, and are disciplined and moral? A country cannot prosper where mothers have their babies killed; people are injected with deadly chemicals against their will; borders are opened to drug dealers, thugs, and terrorists; truth is censored; socialism is promoted; God is rejected; pride is celebrated; the police are defunded; transgender ideology and surgery are forced on children; criminals are not brought to justice; and its leaders say good is evil and evil is good. In this world – and the next – there are consequences to this kind of perverse thinking. It is called the law of sowing and reaping. “Those who sow to please the flesh, from the flesh will reap destruction. Those who sow to please the Spirit, from the Spirit will reap eternal life.” (Galatians 6:8) God created life, beauty, and pleasure – and He gave us laws to restrain our passions which keep us content, free, and prosperous. When we go beyond the limits He set for us and reject His ways, we reap destruction. We are seeing it happen in America right before our eyes.

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