Jim Caviezel on Good vs. Evil

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Stand up and cheer for Jim Caviezel!

Speaking of evil, they haven’t got us all fooled yet–not by a long shot.

Actor Jim Caviezel, who played Our Lord Jesus Christ in The Passion of the Christ, let down his guard in a recent Fox News interview and told it like it is (https://rightnewsnow.org/2022/10/22/dan-bongino-on-jim-caviezels-mic-drop-moment-about-good-versus-evil-in-america/). It’s a battle of good versus evil; and here are some quotes from his “mic-drop” moment.

*”There is only one guaranteed way you can have peace–and you can have it in the next second–surrender.”

*But having surrendered again and again, “eventually we will have to face the final demand, the final ultimatum, and what then?”

*And somewhere along the line it must be said, “There is a price we will not pay.”

Thank you, Lord, for Jim Caviezel! May his words be planted in our hearts. Equip us for true and loyal service to the King of kings! In Jesus’ name, Amen.

Archbishop Vigano: He Gets It

Archbishop Viganò's powerful letter to President Trump: Eternal ...

Archbishop Carlo Maria Vigano, formerly the papal ambassador to the United States, has written an open letter to President Trump (https://edwardpentin.co.uk/archbishop-vigano-writes-open-letter-to-president-trump-full-text/). It makes for very worthwhile reading.

The archbishop wrote of the “spiritual battle” between good and evil and how, in America, somehow good is “held hostage by the wicked.” He identifies the worldly forces of evil–which are subordinated to Satan–with the deep state and globalism and has some interesting remarks about the “colossal operation of social engineering” called forth by the COVID-19 panic.

He concludes: “United against the Invisible Enemy of all humanity, I bless you and the First Lady, the beloved American nation, and all men and women of good will.”

Here is a priest who’s down here in the trenches with us, and we are grateful for his company. I don’t want to put words in his mouth, so click the link and read the letter.