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A Critical Occupation

Here's a story for you.

I was helping a friend renovate their first home, many years ago. It was a beat up place built in the 40s, but still something to be immensely proud of as a first time home owner. We were ripping apart the ceiling to do some repairs when we found that the problems up there weren't cosmetic like we had originally hoped, but more structural and serious.

"Whatever, lets just patch it up. I'm not gonna be here very long."

Those words echo in my mind when I think back to that day, because almost 20 years later he still lives there. The ceiling we never properly fixed ended up leaking water years later into his newborns nursery room, and what could have been an easier fix that would have taken some hard work over a few days, ended up being a month long project to restore his entire roof and attic.

The point of this story though, has nothing to do with home repairs. It is a metaphor for the absolute disastrous state of our western society at the hands of Christians eagerly anticipating a rapture event that may never happen, resulting in their gross negligence of the stewardship of this nation that will leave their children and many generations to come in a thousand year reign of chaos and death.

"I'm not gonna be here very long."

I'm sure you've already heard that the beliefs of rapture and dispensationalism were propogated and directly funded by zionist groups, or if you've read into the studies of RC Sproul you'll find that almost all of Jesus prophecy about the end of the age has already been fulfilled in 70 A.D.

You could even make the case that we are removed from the earth before the bowls of wrath are poured out, halfway through the Tribulation, but the point remains - what if he doesn't come back for another thousand years?

We've forfeited everything that's taken countless generations of blood sweat and tears to build, allowed our institutions and national morality to be sacrificed on the altar of progressivism, and given our culture over to perversion and immortality because, as many have said, "these things must take place."

Let me tell you, if there's is truly one argument for the rapture, it's that Christian men would be such a bulwark against the evil that's prophesied to come, that the Lord would be forced to remove us from this place or else our presence would prevent it from coming to pass.

I understand that wisdom is not being right, but understanding that you could be wrong. He may come tomorrow to establish His earthly kingdom for the thousand year reign, and I would rejoice if He did.

But I'll say this. If we are to survive, and if our children are to have any hope for a future, you better dig in, stack up, and fight like He's not coming back.



Jozef Lalka is a former Infantryman with the Canadian Armed Forces and founder of War Doll.

Since releasing from the military, Jozef has devoted his life to the scriptural motivation of the warrior culture, and the mentorship of the next generation. Jozef works as a graphic designer, photographer and videographer while pursing a passion for current global conflicts and how they relate to historical events.


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