‘I Feel the Presence of The Lord’  

"I Feel The Presence of The Lord" is a personal collection of devotions intended to encourage the reader to seek and see the Lord in every aspect of their life.
The enemy of our souls would have us subscribe to the mentality of being endlessly busy, and therefore it being excusable to relegate God to a Sunday morning church service, if that. Thus, many in our churches today are powerless Christians and/or Christians in whom faith and fellowship with God is sorely wanting.
I Feel The Presence of The Lord is not just a book to be read as part of our daily devotions. It is a collection of thoughts and instructions to inspire the reader to meditate upon the Lord and His Word.

From My Vault: What To Expect If election Is Stolen From Trump

I wrote the following syndicated op-ed October 3, 2016.  I share it again do to an unexpected health concern on my part; and also to shed light on the relentless barrage of misinformation and ad hominem attacks designed to destroy President Trump.  The vicious ad hominem attacks are intended discourage any and all outsiders from running for the highest office in America, as is every qualified America citizen’s constitutional right.  See also: I Warned Of A Stolen-Election Impact 6 Years Ago.  I was right; the election was stolen; it was just that it was stolen four years later than my prediction…

You can elect not to agree with my conclusion, but if this election is stolen from Donald Trump, the utter collapse of America will be almost immediate. If Donald Trump wins (as he certainly should), and if the Lord tarries, I predict the collapse of America will be stalled barring another world war that Hillary Clinton and Erebusic neo-cons are committed to starting.

Our system of jurisprudence is supposed to protect us from the incestuous camorra guilty of duplicitous machinations; instead the legal system and specifically the federal system works to protect the most egregious criminal offenders ever to exist in America. They are the politicians and those who fund them.

The laws that should unleash the fury of hell upon these criminal elements instead are either ignored or go unenforced by not applying them to the offenders.

Liberal groups and politicos cheered when then Attorney General Eric Holder did what amounted to “destructuring” civil forfeiture laws. “Civil forfeiture” was argued to be a form of legalized theft whereby the government could take property, including money, when it was deemed linked to crime, without charging and/or convicting the accused. On the surface this sounds reasonable, unless you are liberal policy groups, in which case you lament that the gutting of the civil forfeiture laws did not go far enough.

However, combining the Racketeer Influenced and Corrupt Organizations Act (RICO) with the strengthening of civil forfeiture laws would put people like George Soros out of business if not behind bars.

Soros could be held accountable for funding groups that are committing acts of domestic terrorism such as we have witnessed in Charlotte, North Carolina, and Ferguson, Missouri. It would be no different than charging a person who funds a bank robbery or drug deals but who never touches or even sees the merchandise. Groups like Black Lives Matter exist because people like George Soros surreptitiously fund them.

If Muslims faced the forfeiture of mosques and other valuable property for actively promoting acts of terror against America, it would be a powerful deterrent. If imams and Muslim groups like the Council on American Islamic Relations were held accountable and their personal property forfeited for advancing and sponsoring domestic terrorism, America would be safer. These laws worked against the Ku Klux Klan and the Mafia in years past.

Donald Trump is the only person willing to tackle the problem of illegal aliens. I suspect that the majority of Americans forget or are unaware that Mexicans declared what in effect was war on America back in the 1980s. As noted by the Federation For American Immigration Reform: Most Mexicans believe that the United States unfairly took from Mexico what is now the Southwest of our country and that it is legitimate for them to ignore U.S. immigration law when illegally crossing the border.

A small, and perhaps quixotic, but active and vocal movement shared by Mexicans in both Mexico and the United States calls for the restoration of the ceded territory to be returned to Mexico, or alternatively for the creation of “Aztlan,” a country made up of this territory and Northwestern Mexico. This movement is popular among youth of Mexican ancestry – who call themselves Chicanos – especially on U.S. university campuses, and it has spawned militant offshoots.

Mexico is not trying to restrict illegal migration by its nationals to the United States and in some ways is working to encourage and legitimize it. Mexico is also pursuing policies to exert influence through its nationals and Americans of Mexican ancestry in U.S. domestic politics.

Because of illegal immigration, the amnesty in 1986 and large families, the size of the population in Southwestern states that identify themselves as Mexicans has risen rapidly.

Ronald Yates, in his 1980 expose titled, “Chicano Plan: Give Southwest back To Mexico” (Chicago Tribune, Dec. 21, 1980), wrote: “During the height of the election campaign Ronald Reagan endorsed a controversial plan that would allow undocumented Mexican aliens to enter and work in the United States as long as they wish.

“Reagan may have viewed his plan as a concession to the millions of Mexican-American immigrants in this country, but there are a growing number of Chicanos in California and the Southwest who say the president-elect’s proposal [was] not enough.

“Indeed, thousands of Chicanos and activist leaders say they will stop at nothing short of reclaiming California and the Southwest for Mexico.”

The United States is under threat of being taken over from within. Political correctness and the idea that “e pluribus unum” means an unlimited open-door policy that subscribes to the fallacious dictum that groups can come here and not assimilate into the American culture but rather establish individual bastions of foreign occupancy.

An article titled “Islam In America – Muslim Population and Growth” said: “While specific figures may be debated, what cannot be debated is the phenomenal growth of Islam. According to the United Nations statistics, the Muslim population in the United States grew by 25 percent between 1989 and 1998. In 1990 there were only about 50 Islamic schools in America. Today the number is over 200. Since 1990 the number of ‘registered Islamic centers and mosques’ has tripled to ‘more than 2,500.’ (Joseph P. Gudel, arabicbible.com) I reference this article because it is from 2001. Ty we are still unable to say factually how many Muslims there are in America, but we can say with certainty that the number is growing exponentially thanks to Obama, Paul Ryan, Hillary Clinton, et al.

An April 2015 article by Caroline May stated: “Approximately 350,000 to 400,000 children are born to illegal [aliens] in the U.S. each year. Due to current policy, all automatically become U.S. citizens. (“Expert: Up To 400K Children Born To Illegal Immigrants In U.S. Annually, One In 10 Births,” Breitbart.com, April 29, 2015)

What these numbers portend is the progeny of these two groups are growing up in America with no allegiance to the nation or our Constitution. They are loyal to ideologies that are antithetical to American culture. It means the progeny from these groups are growing up and will be taking positions in politics and every other facet of American infrastructure. The way things stand now it is not if, but rather only a matter of time until the America you and I know collapses under the weight of the growing insolvency of constitutional propriety.

As I said, the inevitable can be delayed, but at this juncture I see no way it can be prevented. Naysayers can decry my warnings, but they cannot disprove them. Donald Trump is the only one who sees the urgency of the situation that confronts us – and for that reason alone he deserves our votes.

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Mychal Massie

Mychal S. Massie is an ordained minister who spent 13 years in full-time Christian Ministry. Today he serves as founder and Chairman of the Racial Policy Center (RPC), a think tank he officially founded in September 2015. RPC advocates for a colorblind society. He was founder and president of the non-profit “In His Name Ministries.” He is the former National Chairman of a conservative Capitol Hill think tank; and a former member of the think tank National Center for Public Policy Research. Read entire bio here

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