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Ron DeSantis on keeping it real

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Ron DeSantis on keeping it real

It’s election time, which means everything is being analyzed so campaign spin doctors can tell their candidates what to say, how to respond, and what to think. Most of the time, they’re being told how to lie, a glaring example of which could be seen during the 2008 presidential campaigns when Senator Barack Obama was an immigration hawk:

Who said this about illegal immigration, Obama or Trump?

https://noqreport.com/2018/10/23/said-illegal-immigration-obama-trump/Spoiler alert: the following quote, which could easily come from President Trump at any given moment, was spoken by Senator Barack Obama a short decade ago.

We simply cannot allow people to pour into the United States, undetected, undocumented, unchecked and circumventing the line of people who are waiting patiently, diligently, lawfully to become immigrants in this country.

Representative Ron DeSantis (R-FL) is running for governor in one of the tightest races across the country. Most eyes have been on Florida as a true conservative battles a true leftist for control of one of the most politically important states in the nation.

DeSantis has been known as someone willing to tell it how it is, which has gotten him in trouble at times. We don’t expect that to deter him. The truth is far more important to patriotic Americans than juicy talking points derived from poll data.

It is not enough for us to merely continue to talk about and contribute to the echo chamber of white noise of what’s wrong with America or for candidates to spout off silly poll-tested talking points about national security or foreign policy.

Keep it up, Mr. DeSantis. The people will reward you for your honesty and support you for your ideology.

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Psalm 86:5 – ‘plenteous in mercy’

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Psalm 86:5 plenteous in mercy

For thou, Lord, art good, and ready to forgive; and plenteous in mercy unto all them that call upon thee. – Psalm 86:5 (KJV)

It is easy to look at the New Testament as a book of mercy and the Old Testament as turmoil and strife, but we must understand that our Father in Heaven has shown mercy from the beginning of His Creation. In this psalm we learn that forgiveness before Christ came when men would follow and call upon God for mercy. He knows our hearts. He knows our flaws. He gave His Son as the sacrifice because He is merciful and knows that we are unable to bear the burden of our own sins.

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Psalm 69:30-31 – ‘magnify him with thanksgiving’

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Psalm 6930-31 magnify him with thanksgiving

30 I will praise the name of God with a song, and will magnify him with thanksgiving.31 This also shall please the Lord better than an ox or bullock that hath horns and hoofs.

Psalm 69:30-31 (KJV)

Throughout the Old Testament, we learn that the sacrifices prescribed to the nation of Israel in order to atone for sin were required but not necessarily pleasing to the Lord. Unfortunately, sacrifices became the primary method of worship. The prophets spoke of this, that they were not a virtue but a requirement and that they did not please the Lord. He wants obedience and worship more than sacrifice for sin.

In this Psalm, we see this clearly laid out in a very straightforward fashion. Today, we no longer need to make blood sacrifices, but we must still worship our Father and honor our Lord and Savior.

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Proverbs 3:6 – ‘he shall direct thy paths’

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Proverbs 3:6 he shall direct thy paths

In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths. – Proverbs 3:6 (KJV)

We all know that we are supposed to be thankful of God for our blessings, but few take it all the way to the point that they acknowledge the Father for all things, not just our obvious blessings. Every breath we take is a gift from God. Every time we make a decision that turns out to be good, it was God who gave us the information we needed to come to that conclusion. Even when something happens that seems to be bad, it is a gift, a tribulation through which our Father is allowing us to be tested.

When you can understand that all things happen by the Grace of God, He will direct more of your life in ways that will bring you closer to the light. God Bless.

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