The Mike Church Show 110116: Mitter Listeners, Please! The Reverence of All Saints Day Is Upon Us And We Should Not Fret Or Lose Faith

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Mandeville, LA – We are so tainted and poisoned with modernity and life in the modern world, we think that we control everything; that there is nothing beyond human control.  Some of you may recall the 54-day novena for our nation, endorsed by Cardinal Burke and started in August.  There is powerful importance in prayer.  However, people keep discounting the power of prayer…why??  Our prayers are working!  There is a preponderance of evidence to support this.  Cardinal Burke is now calling for 8 days of prayer and fasting prior to Election Day.  Mike authored a piece about fasting and prayer for the electoral defeat of Mrs. Clinton at MikeChurch.com; he shares a bit of it with the audience.

Most of you in the audience are more concerned with whether or not this or that happens prior to election day.  Where is your faith?  Why don’t you have the faith that the intentions of your prayers are already shaking up the election landscape?  Give the credit where the credit is due; that’s what people of faith do!  There is a mountain of evidence in front of us that says the forces of good are working against the forces of darkness, we deny it.  Where is your faith??  We should be happy to be living in troubled times.  We should give credit where credit is due!  We’ve got to stop this cynical crying and complaining; that is NOT the Christian way.

Mike reads from a piece by Thomas Frank, a so-called quote-unquote liberal: “Forget the FBI Cache; The Podesta Emails Show How America Is Run”.  Frank is confirming what Mike and others have been talking about for a while now: the accumulation of power has reached the point where one has to wonder– what power is left for these people to acquire?  The paradigm these people have created is not one that has organically evolved.

An excerpt from Frank’s piece:

The emails…are a window into the soul of the Democratic party and into the dreams and thoughts of the class to whom the party answers.

The class to which I refer is not rising in angry protest; they are by and large pretty satisfied, pretty contented. Nobody takes road trips to exotic West Virginia to see what the members of this class looks like or how they live; on the contrary, they are the ones for whom such stories are written. This bunch doesn’t have to make do with a comb-over TV mountebank for a leader; for this class, the choices are always pretty good, and this year they happen to be excellent.

They are the comfortable and well-educated mainstay of our modern Democratic party. They are also the grandees of our national media; the architects of our software; the designers of our streets; the high officials of our banking system; the authors of just about every plan to fix social security or fine-tune the Middle East with precision droning. They are, they think, not a class at all but rather the enlightened ones, the people who must be answered to but who need never explain themselves.

Mike delves into the topic of Huma Abedin, Mrs. Hillary Clinton’s right-hand-woman, who was recently sent away from Mrs. Clinton’s campaign after being her shadow for 10-plus years.  Let’s play Inspector Gadget for a moment– what is really going on here?  Moving to a piece by Patrick J. Buchanan, the discussion continues.

Today is All Saints Day.  Mike reads from St. Bernard of Clairvaux on the topic.  Would you rather be in the company of Miley Cyrus, or in the company of St. Philomena? A passage: Come, brothers, let us at length spur ourselves on. We must rise again with Christ, we must seek the world which is above and set our mind on the things of heaven. Let us long for those who are longing for us, hasten to those who are waiting for us, and ask those who look for our coming to intercede for us. We should not only want to be with the saints, we should also hope to possess their happiness. While we desire to be in their company, we must also earnestly seek to share in their glory. Do not imagine that there is anything harmful in such an ambition as this; there is no danger in setting our hearts on such glory.

 

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