The Curse of Not Recognising God’s Curses
Last week when I was listening to Jeff Rense interview Frosty Wooldridge, I heard Frosty say (paraphrasing). “I’ve been all over the world and seen how people lived and America is still the best place in the world to live. If you can’t make it here, you will not make it anywhere.” He repeated this several times. I notice that Jeff didn’t fully agree with him by what little he did say in response.
Frosty is concerned about the America and how it’s being destroyed; his speciality is the mass non-White problem. Otherwise if he was a liberal I wouldn’t have listened in the first place.
Another point I want to bring up is that what Frosty Wooldridge said is typical of many people who are Christian Patriots; they say that America is still the greatest. So, what is wrong with this?
There are several things wrong with saying that America is the greatest, while technically correct, it makes the people complacent. In other words, “Why change? We are still the greatest country in the world.”
We could be the best only because the other countries are going down, too. So, we are thinking we are the best on a sliding scale. And the reason why Christian nations are going down is because of our disobedience to God’s Laws, Statues and Judgements.
The Main Point
The main point that I wanted to talk about of what Frosty – and other people like him say – is he was referring to making a living and having a business. This was the context of what he was talking about when he said, “If you can’t make it here you can’t make it anywhere.” This is wrong, this is a lie. Now, Wooldridge has been to many more places than I have and have spoken to many more people – natives to the country he visited as well as ex-pats. So, what he said is a lie. Let me explain.
I have been to several countries myself and I have met American ex-pats that have had successful businesses in other countries. I have meet an Australian who has a very successful a hostel business in Ecuador (rated as the best in South America one year). There is a man from North Carolina who has “The Magic Bean” hostel/restaurant in Quito, Ecuador who makes $10,000 a month! There is another American who caters to tourists and also has an organic farm that is doing quite well. In fact he also opened up a little restaurant.
Then, there is me, with my business in Russia being a consultant to Russian businesses. The ironic thing is that I have made more money in Russia and had a faster start up time than when I was in America!
So, Frosty, and others, how do you answer that?
I heard from many ex-pats that starting a business is faster and less red tape; that they are making more money than when they were back in their respective countries. This is because American (and other Christian nations) are being cursed.
Not Recognizing the Curses
By not recognizing God’s curses that means we will get more of them; by not obeying God’s Word, we get more problems. So, by saying that America is the greatest, people think there is nothing wrong with the way things are run now. And if people do wake up they are NOT told why things are bad in the first place, why we have to change. When we do it God’s way, then we’ll see how really great we can become.
So, let’s recognise God’s cures, why we have them, repent, and do it God’s way!