Stop Wearing Hoodies?! | The Real Deal on 54 Million Trayvon Martins

Stop Wearing Hoodies? | The Real Deal on 54 Million Trayvon Martins

The Shedding of Innocent Blood Brings A Curse on the Land

I really had no plans on writing about this, until I realized that God was showing me a lot about it… Sometimes I catch on slow 🙂 This may be a little scattered, but bear with me.

Trayvon Martin case timeline

It’s true that all the specifics of the case are not out yet. All the specifics may not be out yet, but there is enough out to make a complaint. There is a law that allows a man to chase and shoot an innocent man, warned by 911 not to chase him, kill the innocent man, and go free.

Those facts are out already, and they warrant a LOUD CRY FOR JUSTICE. We have to look into the facts to find out what George Zimmerman should actually be convicted of, but there ARE enough facts for Righteous People to speak up and say that THIS IS WRONG. Even if it’s just to change the law, Christians need to speak up for the oppressed.

Psalms 82

2How long will ye judge unjustly, and accept the persons of the wicked? Selah.

3Defend the poor and fatherless: do justice to the afflicted and needy.

4Deliver the poor and needy: rid them out of the hand of the wicked.

5They know not, neither will they understand; they walk on in darkness: all the foundations of the earth are out of course.

If you want to know further what a real man does in situations like this (and life in general) google Proverbs 31:8,9

 

What do we know already?

Yes there are more facts to come out, but what do we already know? He chased a man who was not on his property, started a conflict and killed him. You don’t get any kingdom points for trying to figure out a justification for an innocent boy to be chased and gunned down by a grown man. How can you be expected to make a decision on what you DON’T know, when you have the wrong response to what you DO KNOW?

If we understood liberty and property we would think totally differently. If your response to a child that was chased and gunned down is “stop wearing hoodies” then I can already tell you what you don’t know. You don’t know God, the Bible, or liberty. This kid was chased and murdered, and Zimmerman didn’t KNOW any facts about the kid. Now some people want to say that in order to say anything about this we need to find out more? That’s not reasonable, that’s coldhearted. People of that opinion are literally looking for a way to justify the wicked and condemn the just.

The hypocrisy of using this for influence while ignoring abortion is horrible. But you know what else is hypocritical? The people that claim to hate abortion but want to justify this killing, and shedding of innocent blood and say “stop wearing hoodies.” When you try to find fault with the victim and make excuses for the predator, you are “justifying the wicked, and condemning the just.”

 

The Real Problem: Laws that Institutionalize the Shedding of Innocent Blood

Tragic deaths happen every day in America, and all over the world. But did you know that innocent blood brings a curse on the land?

Psalm 106:38
And shed innocent blood, even the blood of their sons and of their daughters, whom they sacrificed unto the idols of Canaan: and the land was polluted with blood.

 

2 Kings 24:4
And also for the innocent blood that he shed: for he filled Jerusalem with innocent blood; which the LORD would not pardon.

 

Innocent blood is a really really bad thing. It pollutes the land, spiritually. It gets even worse when authority does it, and we all are responsible for it by voting for it, or by electing people who do it (read this blog on how to STOP Partaking In Other Men’s Sins).

Here lies the real reason for the outrage on the Trayvon Martin case. It’s not about race, or white vs. black & black vs white, or Democrat vs. Republican. The real reason for the outrage is that the person who died was innocent, and the person who killed him wasn’t even arrested. If George Zimmerman was immediately arrested, there wouldn’t even be a cry for justice. So why wasn’t he arrested? Perhaps because his father was a judge and his mother was a court clerk. But probably more because of the “Stand Your Ground” law.

The fact that there’s a law on the books that lets somebody chase someone that’s innocent, not on his property, be warned by authorities not to chase him, do it anyway, start a dispute, kill him, and then go free… THAT’S the problem. The problem is with the unjust Florida “Stand Your Ground” law, not just the killing. It’s a law that grants you immunity if you kill someone based on fear for your life.

The History of the Stand Your Ground Law   The Scariest thing about Trayvon Martin

 

Who Authorized our Authorities? We did.

Who authorized our authorities to create laws based on fear? Not literally, but spiritually. What’s the thought process that does this? It’s the same thought process that created gangster culture with the Prohibition. Ban alcohol unnecessarily, and create a whole new crime scene and gangster culture. The same thought process leads to pre-emptive strikes and to unconstitutional wars (without a declaration by Congress) all over America and the world. The same thought process violates the constitution with the Patriot Act, TSA, and NDAA. The same thought process designs a way that it can seize control over all food, farms, and livestock, and farm equipment. (It also hates Ron Paul’s Constitutional foreign policy and war on drugs policy too).

When we create laws based on fear of man, and not the fear of God, we end up with these types of results. We have to be careful of the laws that we authorize.  This is even more important if you are a Christian, because God has given us authority in the earth. What we bind on earth is bound in heaven, and what we loose on earth is loosed in heaven. This is even way more important if you are a teacher of the Word, because your spiritual mistakes wreak havoc in the natural realm when people live based on what you teach (James 3:1). So when Christians misuse, or don’t use their authority correctly, the world suffers as our spiritual mistakes trickle down.

God gives authority to humans, and what we do with it matters. If we disobey him, there are consequences. There are even many examples in the Bible that God anoints wicked leaders to chastise His people for their sins. When His people repent, God gives them better leaders. 

My goal iss not to teach democracy, but to show Christians that what we do actually matters, because we are in Christ, and He has authority in Heaven and earth. Our actions have greater consequences.

Here’s a quick example:

Abolitionist Movement = Christians using their authority correctly to deliver the oppressed

Prohibitionist Movement = Overzealous Christians trespassing the Bible, misusing their authority, and creating UNINTENDED CONSEQUENCES (gangster culture that continues to this day)

54 Million Trayvon Martins

It’s the same thing with abortion. The problem with abortion is the unjust law, not just the baby killing. It’s the fact that the killing is sanctioned and financed by our government, making us all a part of it (STOP Partaking In Other Men’s Sins). Over 54 Million babies have been legally killed in America since Roe v. Wade in 1973. Google it.

Government financed abortion was actually designed for genocide of the black race (watch Maafa21 for the History Lesson). But they have sold it to us so well, we curse ourselves and think that it’s our “choice to have more sex” without being “punished” with a baby.

Even so, what the church teaches and does can be linked to spiritually authorizing abortion.

But just like hypocrites on the “right”, hypocrites on the “left” only see their side of the issue.

 Hypocrites on the “Left Wing”

“We have a right to kill our babies.”             “Stand up for Trayvon Martin.”

 

Hypocrites on the “Right Wing”

“Stop Abortion.”                “Stop wearing hoodies, it could get you killed.”

 

 Innocent Blood Shed Without Accountability is A Recipe for GREAT CONFLICT.

Innocent people die in wars. But no one wants to hold our nation accountable to the Constitution for our wars… So Get Ready for More Conflict!

Innocent people die in the womb. But we want to call it “choice,” endorse it, and finance it as a nation. So Get Ready for More Conflict!

Trayvon Martin is an example of an innocent child that died, and the law in Florida looked the other way. So Get Ready for More Conflict!

But If MY People, who are called by my name, humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from THEIR wicked ways…2 Chronicles 7:14

If you don’t know the rest, please go look it up… but more importantly, do it!

If CHRISTIANS Repent, and live lives of Prayer, what gets healed? The LAND that was cursed by the shedding of innocent blood.

Congressman Bobby Rush Speaks Out

– If you want to really stand for God and confront idols on the Left Wing AND Right Wing – read Killing Idols For REVIVAL.

2 Responses

  1. You proclaim in your article above, “Who Authorized our Authorities? We did.” I believe this is much more a teaching of the worldly thesis of democracy than it is a teaching of God’s Word.

    Romans 13:1 teaches us, “there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God.” Romans 13:1 (NASB)

    God’s Word teaches us that it is GOD who authorizes and establishes the government authorities of our physical world – not followers of Christ – or even pagans. It is God who controls, sets up, and takes down, the governments of this world.

    The responsibility of born-again followers of Christ is to preach and minister the Gospel to individuals and make disciples of Christ. You can find no medling of Christians with worldly government within the confines of the New Testament.

    In a previous article, you take what God authorized Jeremiah to be and do and apply that to all believers. I can find no justification in Scripture for this presumtion on your part. One cannot take what God specifies for one individual’s call and arbitraliy appropriate for oneself. Rather, God teaches in His Word that He appoints an individual calling to each one of His children. If a believer attempts to take another’s call for himself or herself, is this not based on either misunderstanding, envy, or pride?

    I would encourage you to seek the humility of Christ, who daily sought God’s will for His life, rather than using His position as the Son of God to rule over or manipulate governments and authorities established by His Father.

    • Thanks for your concern for me, and seeking to communicate Truth. I really respect that. I feel like you are a true brother, because instead of just dismissing me, or tearing me down, you sought to help me.
      Let me address your post, and hopefully we can come to an agreement.

      You proclaim in your article above, “Who Authorized our Authorities? We did.” I believe this is much more a teaching of the worldly thesis of democracy than it is a teaching of God’s Word.
      Romans 13:1 teaches us, “there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God.” Romans 13:1 (NASB)
      God’s Word teaches us that it is GOD who authorizes and establishes the government authorities of our physical world – not followers of Christ – or even pagans. It is God who controls, sets up, and takes down, the governments of this world.
      I agree with, and have no problem with this. I don’t mind editing my articles to reflect this balance. But I do maintain that God gives authority to humans, and what we do with it matters. If we disobey him, there are consequences. There are even many examples in the Bible that God anoints wicked leaders to chastise His people for their sins. When His people repent, God gives them better leaders.
      My goal was not to teach democracy, but to show Christians that what we do actually matters, because we are in Christ, and He has authority in Heaven and earth. Our actions have greater consequences.

      The responsibility of born-again followers of Christ is to preach and minister the Gospel to individuals and make disciples of Christ. You can find no medling of Christians with worldly government within the confines of the New Testament.
      Our authority is spiritual, yes we do preach the gospel to individuals. But God anointed Paul to preach to “kings” as well. He went to the political leaders of many cities, even the barbarian island. That’s new testament. Our job is not just to preach the gospel of individual salvation, but the gospel of the Kingdom. (Matt 24). Jesus is King of all, coming back to literally reign. Everything must adjust to His truth. We don’t need government positions to do this, but we do proclaim all truth. Everyone has a right to repent, no matter if their job is sweeping floors, or making laws.
      This repentance also has “fruits of repentance”

      In a previous article, you take what God authorized Jeremiah to be and do and apply that to all believers. I can find no justification in Scripture for this presumtion on your part. One cannot take what God specifies for one individual’s call and arbitraliy appropriate for oneself. Rather, God teaches in His Word that He appoints an individual calling to each one of His children. If a believer attempts to take another’s call for himself or herself, is this not based on either misunderstanding, envy, or pride?
      I would encourage you to seek the humility of Christ, who daily sought God’s will for His life, rather than using His position as the Son of God to rule over or manipulate governments and authorities established by His Father.
      The essence of what Jeremiah was called to do was proclaim God’s Word. We see similarities of the Word of God’s effect in the call of Daniel, the Apostle Paul, etc… What I attempted to do with the call of Jeremiah was teach a scriptural principle that can be seen most obviously in the call of Jeremiah. The fact that God’s Word changes everything, and that everyone has a right to repent, no matter what their job is. God’s Word has a life of its own, and it is indomitable. Repentance and adjustment to His Word also has fruit. And the lack of repentance has serious consequences.
      The call to love, obey, and proclaim God’s Word is part of God’s call to “all believers.” It’s part of the 1st commandment, the 2nd commandment, and the Great Commission. There is not necessarily “pride” in seeking to be obedient, and looking to the scriptures for examples. As a matter of fact, Romans 15 commands us to use OT scriptures for learning, patience, and comfort.

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