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Bill Wilson
The perilous times we live in
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Monday, February 13, 2017
If you had an army some 30,000 strong and a court system stacked over the decades with judges who would allow you to break the laws, how much damage could you do to a country? We are about to find out in America. The ex-"president" said he was going to stay involved through community organizing and speak out on the issues, and that appears to be one post-administration promise he intends to keep. He has moved many of his administration's top dogs over to an organization called Organizing for Action (OFA). OFA is behind the strategic and tactical implementation of the Marxist resistance we are seeing across America, and politically active courts are providing the leverage for this revolution.
OFA is dedicated to organizing communities for progressive change, meaning Marxist revolution. Issues are gun control, socialist healthcare, abortion, sexual equality, climate change, and of course, immigration reform. OFA members were propped up by the ex-"president's" message from the shadows: "Organizing is the building block of everything great we've accomplished. Organizers around the country are fighting for change in their communities-and OFA is one of the groups on the front lines...Commit to this work in 2016 and beyond." OFA's website says it obtained its "digital" assets from the ex-"president's" re-election effort and that he inspired the movement. In short, it's the shadow government organization aimed at resisting and tearing down the Constitutional Republic, picking up where Communist Party America leaves off.
Paul Sperry, writing for the New York Post, says OFA is an army of agitators 30,000 strong who will fight President Donald Trump at every turn of his presidency and the ex-"president" "will command them from a bunker less than two miles from the White House." Sperry writes that the ex-"president" is setting up a shadow government to sabotage the incoming administration through a network of leftist nonprofits led by OFA, which is growing its war chest (more than $40 million) and has some 250 offices nationwide. OFA IRS filings, according to Sperry, indicate OFA has 32,525 volunteers nationwide. The ex-"president" and his wife will oversee the operation from their foundation office near the White House.
Think about how this works-Trump issues an immigration executive order; OFA signals for protests and statements from Islamic and pro-immigrant leftist groups; ACLU lawyers file lawsuits in jurisdictions where activist judges obstruct the laws; volunteers are called to protest at airports and Congressional town hall meetings; the leftist media springs to action; the twittersphere lights up with revolutionary social media; violence follows-all emanating from the ex-"president's" signal that he is heartened by the protests. Speaking of the end times, the Apostle Paul wrote in 2 Timothy 3:1-3, "This know also, that in the last days perilous times shall come. For men shall be...without natural affection, truce-breakers, false accusers, incontinent, fierce, despisers of those that are good." Indeed, perilous times are ahead for us and our nation.
Have a Blessed and Powerful Day!
Bill Wilson

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By Pastor William Agbeti

Esi (not a real name) is a young girl of about 11 years, who does not know her age. She hails from the Volta Region of Ghana and now lives with a female relative and the husband in a very small makeshift room, only a block away from the Redeemer House, in a fast growing rural area in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana.

Looking very emaciated, sad and shabbily dressed, she lives a life that can best be described as total slavery. From dusk to dawn, she goes about fetching water, doing grocery, sweeping, cooking, washing dishes, handling laundry and undertaking odd jobs around the house. The poor child, unfortunately, does not attend school.

When she comes to the Redeemer House to fetch water, she does so with dispatch; apparently afraid of her "parents". Esi's life poses a great challenge to us. The child desperately needs help, but how do we intervene?

Do we report her "parents" to the authorities? Do we walk in and speak to them? Or do we simply help her with dresses and food? What about her schooling?

If Esi's situation looks very bad to you, understand it is the "ideal" situation many young ones and their parents back in Esi's hometown and other villages are actually looking forward to: a home and a new life in the big towns or cities for their wards, irrespective of conditions of living.

There are thousands of Esis, and their male counterparts, Kwesis, all over Ghana. How can our ministry help all these young folks? The best way out is perhaps to extend a helping hand to an Esi or Kwesi, one at a time; beginning with the Esi that we know.

We are praying and believing God to go ahead of us as we plan to visit Esi's "parents" this week to offer the child some clothing, shoes, underwear, food and a small sum of money. Whilst visiting, we will use the opportunity to discuss possible support for her schooling.

Esi no doubt is in a desperate situation, and as we all know, desperate SITUATIONS require desperate MEASURES.

Would you please join us on this mission to reach out to Esi to help touch and change a life for good? You may please be specific as to what you want your support to accomplish in Esi's life.

God bless you for caring, sharing and serving Christ through Esi and our ministry. Bless you.

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Have a Blessed and Powerful Day,

Bill Wilson
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