General Flynn: Open Letter to America

My only quibble is his denial of prayer as a formidable weapon. Full text HERE.


Exclusive from Gen. Flynn: This Is My Letter to America

We are witnessing a vicious assault by enemies of all that is good, and our president is having to act in ways unprecedented in decades, maybe centuries.

The biblical nature of good versus evil cannot be discounted as we examine what is happening on the streets of America.

It’s Marxism in the form of antifa and the Black Lives Matter movement versus our very capable and very underappreciated law enforcement professionals, the vast majority of whom are fighting to provide us safe and secure homes, streets and communities.

When the destiny of the United States is at stake, and it is, the very future of the entire world is threatened.

As Christians, shouldn’t we act? We recognize that divine Providence is the ultimate judge of our destiny. Achieving our destiny as a freedom-loving nation, Providence compels us to do our part in our communities.

It encourages us in this battle against the forces of evil to face our fears head-on. No enemy on earth is stronger than the united forces of God-fearing, freedom-loving people.

We can no longer pretend that these dark forces are going to go away by mere prayer alone. Prayers matter, but action is required.

This action is needed at the local, state and federal levels. Action is also required in the economic, media, clerical and ecclesiastical realms.

Decide how you can act within your abilities. Stand up and state your beliefs. Be proud of who you are and what you stand for. And face, head-on, those community “leaders” who are willing to allow dark forces to go beyond peaceful protests and destroy and violate your safety and security.

Churches and houses of worship must return to normal. We invite everyone of goodwill to not shirk their responsibilities and instead act in a fraternal fashion. If for no other reason or with no other ability, act in a spirit of charity.

We cannot disrespect or disregard natural law along with our own religious liberties and freedoms.

I am witnessing elderly people lose their connection to all that is good in their lives: connections to their faith, their families and their individual freedoms, especially the simple act of attending church, something they’ve been doing for decades.

Let us not be intimidated or fear those who cry out that we are in the minority; we are not.

Good is always more powerful and will prevail over evil.

6 thoughts on “General Flynn: Open Letter to America

  1. Outstanding letter by General Flynn. Agree 100%. The issue is where is this Christian leadership going to come from? Certainly not the Catholic Church which appears to be on the side of the Marxists. Certainly not Democrats who are Marxists in their leadership. And evidently not the Republican Party who tend to line up with Globalists who are cooperating with the coming Chinese Communist New World Order.

    Things are going to have to get much worse before the sleepy and self-satisfied American public can be expected to react if they ever do.

    The world is now largely in the hands of the devil. Let us pray for divine intervention.

  2. “Prayers matter, but action is required.”

    Reading the Gospels, miracles performed by Jesus involved both prayer – whether by a person or people or by Jesus Himself, or both – and action – whether by the person or people or by Jesus Himself, or both.

    Similarly with the Apostles and disciples in Acts and other New Testament books.

    The actions included casting nets, breaking and distributing food, speaking, touching, washing and so on.

    The Gospel references to Jesus praying all preceded major actions or sequences of actions on His part.

    Jesus was not a miracle performing hermit, cut off from society in the desert, as some contemporary groups were – for example the Qumran community that collected the Dead Sea Scrolls.

    Of course, the Gospel writers did not know all the times that Jesus prayed, nor what He prayed for each time He prayed. So it is likely that if anything, they under-represented His prayer life in comparison to His actions.

  3. I love this great American hero. We are witnessing history in the making – truly a man at the fulcrum of a historical turning point. His moment is imminent. This will be epic.

    In reference to his letter in which he states: These dark forces will not “go away by mere prayer alone. Prayers matter, but action is required”; I totally agree. I have always felt that too many Christians have a weak understanding of the connection of prayer to action. God hears and acts, but his action on our behalf always depends upon our choice to also act for God.

    This is best summarized by this verse in my favorite book of the Bible, James: “Yea, a man may say, Thou hast faith, and I have works: shew me thy faith without thy works, and I will shew thee my faith by my works.” (James 2:18)

    God be with you General!

  4. I didn’t get that from his letter. I got that we have prayed and are praying, but that we also need to act, especially now.

    Who has not known or even been that person who said, “I’ll pray for him/her,” but also could have reached out and didn’t.

  5. “Act, and God will act”, St. Joan of Arc.
    Per a sermon I just recently heard, her Feast Day was removed sometime in the 40’s or 50’s…..the effeminate clergy just couldn’t stand her masculinity and bravery.

    St. Joan of Arc, pray for us.

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