Written by TippyTopPatriot.
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Towards the end of 1776, the American War of Independence was raging and American forces had reached their lowest point. The British had steadily brought defeat after defeat to the American soldiers, and many were at their breaking point. In November, a soldier by the name of Thomas Paine would begin writing to encourage the American people. Even almost 245 years later, they still ring true:
“THESE are the times that try men’s souls. The summer soldier and the sunshine patriot will, in this crisis, shrink from the service of their country; but he that stands by it now, deserves the love and thanks of man and woman. Tyranny, like hell, is not easily conquered; yet we have this consolation with us, that the harder the conflict, the more glorious the triumph. What we obtain too cheap, we esteem too lightly: it is dearness only that gives everything its value. Heaven knows how to put a proper price upon its goods; and it would be strange indeed if so celestial an article as FREEDOM should not be highly rated.”
As these words we copied and shared to the soldiers, it increased moral and even those who had given up to return home instead picked back up their weapons and continued to fight.
I share Mr. Paine’s words above in hopes that it will encourage you who feel like giving up.
We have known for awhile that things could/would get bad. With the FDA’s approval of the injection, vaccine mandates at places of employment will be no surprise.
Please hear me. It sucks, I know. It’s hard. We’re angry, many are scared. But now is NOT the time to shrink away from the fight.
It’s time for WE THE PEOPLE to put our money where our mouths are. Will we stand even when it hurts, or will we be content to be summer patriots and sunshine soldiers?
We have every right to be angry, but this is not the time to take our ball and go home mad. Nothing would make the enemy happier if we would just give up right now.
I know it’s a lot easier said then done. If you’re facing the ultimatum of “Get the injection or we will fire you,” it sucks. But between those two choices: will you cave, or will you continue to stand?
Many of us have mouths to feed, but someday when you’re talking to your grandchildren, will you be able to say you sacrificed some temporary comfort and security to protect their freedom? Or will you have to admit to folding like a cheap suit when the going got tough?
We knew this would not be easy; what’s right seldom is. But it’s more important now than ever.
There are millions +++ of us right now, if we stand up and refuse to comply together, then what can they do? When companies have to shut their doors because the majority of their employees refuse to be jabbed. They will think twice about the mandates.
If you’re facing this reality, I encourage you to find a job or skill set where your freedoms will be respected. It’s been said God never closes a door without opening another one, and I believe as we fight this spiritual battle He will take care of His children if we trust Him completely.
All this being said, we now stand at a crossroads. What will you do when the going gets tough?
Can’t go to the movies without the injection? Fine. Movies are nothing but propaganda, anyway.
Can’t go to a restaurant without the injection? Fine. Eat at home.
Can’t go in a certain store without the injection? Fine. Find somewhere else to shop.
Can’t work at your place of employment without the injection? Fine. Find a new job.
I am beyond angry at the enemy, but I am also beyond disappointed with fellow patriots who so easily give up as soon as the movement costs them something.
Jesus Christ gave His life on the cross so we could be free.
Many men and women have given their lives so we could be free.
How dare we give that up because we can’t sit in a theater or at a buffet.
Before you think I’m preaching from behind a bunker, my job is not secure at the moment. I’m waiting and watching to see what my work does. I have a wife and children to provide for, but I’ve already decided if my work mandates the injection I will not comply.
Am I worried? Yes. But i have peace in my soul, and I trust that God will supply our every need when we follow Him.
It’s tough, I know. But I can’t guarantee you it won’t get harder before it gets better. This is a BATTLE, after all.
Take hope: someday it will be better. Remember, God has already won the war.
Will we look back on this moment in history with pride or with regret? The choices we make right now will make this decision.
Hold the line, patriots!