We lost our country. To a leftist coup d’état.
To the mission to bastardly rewrite the plan for us that our forefathers so wisely crafted.
We lost our country. But as my son Jerry A Lambert MD posted yesterday,
In this time of turmoil, chaos, division, and uncertainty — it is easy to be afraid, even terrified. But I know an absolute. He is the Creator of the universe. He and His Word, the Bible, are unwavering. He is not in the least afraid or altered by politics, unrest, uncertainty, violence, lies, hatred, racism or any of the other constructs or raw characteristics of man. He is the ONLY source of peace, security, and comfort in times like these. To learn more about Him read what He says in the book he wrote for you: the Bible. What do you need to do right now that is more important?
We lost our country, but as Ira Forest Stanphill wrote:
Many things about tomorrow,
I don’t seem to understand;
But I know Who holds tomorrow,
And I know Who holds my hand.
We lost our country. But as the traditional African American spiritual goes,
He’s got the rivers and the mountains in his hands,
He’s got the oceans and the seas in his hands,
He’s got you and he’s got me in his hands,
He’s got the whole world in his hands.
As the story is told, Benjamin Franklin was walking out of Independence Hall after the Constitutional Convention in 1787, when a lady shouted out, “Doctor, what have we got? A republic or a monarchy?” To which Franklin responded, with a rejoinder at once witty and ominous: “A republic, if you can keep it.”
In McHenry’s 1803 account, the lady immediately shoots back, “And why not keep it?” Franklin responds, “Because the people, on tasting the dish, are always disposed to eat more of it than does them good.”
We lost the country, but …