Is America OK?

USA - President Joe Biden has said the US will lead the world by the “power of our example.” California is now making children worship Aztec gods of human sacrifice and there’s a viral campaign for $1,000 custom ‘Satan’ sneakers. For a mere $1,018, some 666 “lucky” Americans will be able to buy “Satan shoes,” a Devil-themed modification of Nike’s 1997 Air Max sneakers, on March 29. The air bubble inside will be filled with red ink and “one drop of human blood,” according to a promotional tweet that went viral on Friday.

The price is a reference to the Bible verse inscribed on the shoe – “I saw Satan fall like lightning from heaven,” from Luke 10:18. The custom sneakers were apparently a collaboration between the company MSCHF (Mischief) and rapper Lil Nas X. In what must be a remarkable coincidence, the rapper has just released a music video in which he “rides a stripper pole into hell and gives the Devil a lap dance.”

The US, a country that once militarized Christianity to wage the Cold War against “godless Communism,” now seems to relish in ritual humiliation of it. It’s not that Americans are less religious, as the polling suggests, but less Christian – the old religion apparently getting replaced by politics, wokeness and whatever the worship of Huitzilopochtli is supposed to be called. In that regard, MSCHF can pat themselves on the back: mission accomplished. As for the rest of the world, I hope it’s watching – and learning.

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Today we find the Church of God in a “wilderness of religious confusion!”

The confusion is not merely around the Church – within the religions of the world outside – but WITHIN the very heart of The True Church itself!

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Listen to Me, You who know righteousness, You people in whose heart is My Law: …I have put My words in your mouth, I have covered you with the shadow of My hand, That I may plant the heavens, Lay the foundations of the earth, and say to Zion, “you are My people” (Isaiah 51:7,16)