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Military Service Is Incompatible With Christianity
To serve the country is now to mock God
Once upon a time in America, faith and military service seemed to go hand in hand. Lieutenant General (Ret.) Hal Moore serves as the personification of America’s long history of Christian Soldiers.
The archetypical model for faithful service was General George Washington, whose faith shone even more brilliantly than his leadership and was likely the cause of his success.
But today’s Army has no place for men George Washington or Hal Moore. Both generals would be unceremoniously discharged, either under honorable conditions or with a general discharge, for putting God first.
The latest example of the Pentagon’s war against God: the Navy denied a religious exemption for the abortion-tainted Covid gene therapy to a chaplain. Via Fox News:
A chaplain in the U.S. Navy Reserve said Wednesday that the military is being used by the Biden administration as a "nice little test group" that "can't say no" after he said he was denied a religious exemption to the COVID-19 vaccine.
The chaplain, who spoke with Fox News Digital on the condition of anonymity, said he faces possible dismissal from the Navy after nearly two decades of service due to his refusal to get a vaccine.
He would miss out on crucial retirement pay and benefits if he's dismissed before hitting the 20-year mark.
I know you are both faithful and pro-military, and I know you get irritated with me when I write about the problems with the US military. (Officially, I disavow the US military.) You wonder how a sixth-generation veteran and father of two service members could disavow the military.
It’s simple: we each must choose between good and evil. There was no choice when the military was primarily a force for good. Military service seemed to be a duty to both God and country if one was able. But once the military became a force for evil, our duty to God became paramount. We must not consort or assist evil. And the US military is currently led by evil men and women.
I do not renounce my children, of course, any of the millions who serve. They joined believing they were serving a noble cause. I pray they survive, thrive, and return to the civilian world as God-fearing, healthy people. I pray the same for the wicked men and women who have ruined the armed forces and served them up as a sacrifice to Satan. The conversion of military leaders should be a high priority on everyone’s prayer list.
Until the Holy Ghost cleans house in the Pentagon, I would urge all people of faith to discourage anyone from joining or remaining in the US military. Service in today’s military is incompatible with living a Christian life as Christ commanded. You cannot serve two masters.
Here’s my little prayer:
Holy Trinity, Almighty God, Father, Son, and Holy Ghost, we beg You to sweep the demons from the US military. And if military leaders, both uniformed and civilian, refuse to abide by Your commandments, we beg you to sweep them out, too. Amen.