If you are serious about saving our state and our country, then people need to let go of their desire to play God.

Even before I ever became a candidate, I often wrote on my Facebook group (Political Rumble Forum) about my belief that everything that we are going through right now is a spiritual test. We are in a battle between good and evil, and I believe that the only hope of victory we may have is if we stop trying to play God and start LISTENING to God instead. The censorship that goes on in politics is one example of how I believe we try to play God. And look how well that has worked out for us.

We are inserting our own egos when we make ourselves the arbiters of determining which information is the "right" information for others to receive. (That, by the way, is EXACTLY what the media does and what the the establishment does--with the motivation being the attainment of power or money (the love of which is the root of all evil).So why on earth would we seek to emulate that? 

I don't believe it is our place to try to manipulate others into doing OUR will. I believe that when we do that we are attempting to play God. If others disagree me on that, then let's have that debate, but it cannot be had unless all voices are heard. I had a person argue with me once that the manipulation of information (and therefore of people) is sometimes guided by God and carried out by man. I have a hard time believing that. I believe that freedom is choice, and that it is wrong to try to rob a person of that.

Far too often, I am seeing conservatives embracing that which we claim to despise. What scares me is that I fear we are trending in the wrong direction. I believe that we so badly want to feel a sense of control in all of the chaos that we are looking for answers in all the wrong places. This is just my observation, but I feel that we have become too afraid to truly trust God because we know full well that we often cannot trust our fellow man, and so I think that we want to "do something" about it, but in our attempts, we forget that what makes us free people is that our will is our own. We do a disservice to people when we try to interfere in that. And I do not believe that it is our place to do so.

Just as it is wrong to withhold information from people which is necessary for them to make an informed decision about whether or not to take a vaccine, it is also wrong to withhold information from people which is necessary for them to make an informed choice at the ballot box.

I have tried to warn about this before in my other writings, and in other videos, such as in the one below.

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