Thursday, April 18, 2024

Attention Patriots! A Fruitful Lesson from a Football Coach

Football coach Joe Kennedy has had to wait eight years for a night that will finally take place on September 1.

He will finally coach his team again.

One whole year after he was originally vindicated by a 6-3 Supreme Court ruling that said yes, coach, you may kneel and pray at the 50-yard line after games.

It is a lesson we as American patriots could learn from.

It was all unfair, undoubtedly. In an era of national and human history where assaults on gender, mass mind-control efforts from Mockingbird, mass child trafficking and torture on a Biblical scale, lies concerning race and social justice, FBI-orchestrated gun violence, and everything Barack Obama and Hillary Clinton are causing all the chaos, Coach Kennedy was charged with the greatest crime of them all.

Yet, despite this gross injustice, one that has lasted the time equal to two presidential terms, Kennedy continued to trust in God and fight here on Earth. Yes, there is a reason I put it that way. He had to trust in the supernatural and fight in the natural.

“You know, looking back, it’s been a long road,” he said. “And many heartbreaking years. But, you know, it’s great that it’s finally worked out. But it’s been tough.

“To everybody that’s been supporting me, praying for me across the United States…, that’s what’s kept me going and kept me in this fight.”

It is a lesson in patience and long-suffering–one of the absolutely lost fruits of the Holy Spirit (Gal 5:22). It is a fruit my Catholic religion prays for when it reflects on Christ’s Carrying of the Cross in the fourth Sorrowful Mystery of the Rosary. Forgive the shameless Catholic plug, but the truth is the truth. Catholic or not, there are too many of us Americans who have been brainwashed, and spirit-washed, into an assumption that everything must happen with microwave quickness. And I know I am sometimes in that number.

Which is why I pray for the fruit.

The Lesson for Patriots

Yes, there are criminals of the worst kind that have infiltrated our government, our universities, our health institutions, our schools, our textbooks, our entertainment industry, and our sports industry, just to name a few, not to mention the demonic infestation that has besieged the Catholic Church itself. Yes, I am one of the growing number of Catholics who know something is dreadfully wrong and has been.

All of these criminals, these demons, deserve retribution for their crimes against humanity. They deserve it either in this life or the next from an all-powerful and all-just God. Let us all hope that they repent in time before the latter must and will take place.

These are all fair and logical thoughts when it comes to what goes on in our imaginations.

But to be an individual who seeks blood on a global scale in real time and not in the vacuum of our imaginations is not as logical. Yes, it should happen with microwave alacrity. But it isn’t going to, and it’s our own fault. The culture has long ago slipped into a slumber some folks still haven’t awakened to. I and many have been a part of that pleasure driven culture Christ constantly–constantly–warns us about.

Is it any wonder what degeneration we have slipped into after not obeying him for so long? Read “The Little Red Hen” Goldenbook and you’ll see what I am talking about.

And yes, the lack of justice on criminals is very frustrating for us who have woken up, at least enough to know enough, and we want retribution now. It is likely that this very thought crossed Coach Kennedy’s mind a time or two along the way over eight years. It is likely it crossed the mind of his family. One may be reminded of the cross of Job and how his wife turned on him, lost patience, and essentially cursed her husband’s God altogether.

We Americans who are awake have to be more like Job. We have to embrace the long-suffering.

According to many in the know, including General Michael Flynn, America, with the election of Barack Obama in 2008, was on its way to a 16-year destruction and handover to the globalist maniacs. The plan was for eight years under Obama and eight under Hillary Clinton. They, the Deep State globalists, never thought she would lose.

Donald Trump and whatever military apparatus he is working with put a definitive dent in that plan. If you think about it, you can see it. He rewound so much of the policy that had been building for decades under both Democrats and Republicans. As a result, the Left has been trying to play catch-up under puppet Go Brandon, who is actually carrying out Obama’s third term. And that catch-up has, by necessity, been occurring so fast that millions of Americans are waking up not only to what is happening in the here and now, but more importantly, to what identical things were being done to them in the past.

They are recognizing the pattern and the playbook of the enemy.

But guess what? Not everyone is seeing it. Not enough yet, apparently, for any long-term solution to this hell on Earth we are living.

Yes, we are bleeding as a nation. Yes, we need a president in office who is good in virtue. But what too many of us have forgotten is that this war is ultimately up to us. It is up to We the People to wake up to a large enough degree to affect actual change in our daily lives. To actually stop supporting woke corporations with our dollars. To actually turn off our cell phones and televisions and gadgets to spend time–real time–with family and God. To actually pray and fast and exercise the muscle of long-suffering without having to run kids to the sixty-second baseball game of the summer.

Until then, until Americans embrace sacrificial love for the Creator and not just his creatures, it doesn’t matter how many millions of individuals are awake. It doesn’t matter what president is in office. We still need more souls deeply invested in this movement, and in an ironic twist that flies in the face of everything I’ve said about the lesson from Coach Kennedy, we need them now.

May everyone named directly or referenced indirectly ask forgiveness and do penance for their sins against America and God. I fight this information war in the spirit of justice and love for the innocent, but I have been reminded of the need for mercy and prayers for our enemies. I am a sinner in need of redemption as well, for my sins are many. In the words of Jesus Christ himself, Lord forgive us all, for we know not what we do.