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An Open Letter to America: Why Innocent Until Proven Guilty Matters

An Open Letter to America: Why Innocent Until Proven Guilty Matters

Today is a big day for our nation. A former FBI director and sitting president will be under intense scrutiny. If you’re smart, you’ll form your views by reading and watching accounts presented by multiple news outlets — and you’ll use your brain to think deeply. The problem with thinking deeply these days is that very few people are doing it, and our nation is suffering as a result. The cornerstone of the American justice system is fundamentally different from that of other nations. In America, the law says that an individual is innocent until proven guilty. But we have tossed this out the window, and if we don’t correct our course it’s going to come back to haunt us. America will cease to be America. Many of us have let our anger get the best of us — and anger, in the end, leads to destruction.

“I have a respectful reminder for all of us: in America, everyone is innocent until proven guilty. It is not the other way around. If it were, this wouldn’t be America.”

America, it’s time to take a chill pill. How would you like it if you were assumed guilty, and had to prove your innocence or face fines and imprisonment? Thankfully, that is not the way the legal system works in America. Here, the accused are presumed innocent until proven guilty. Remember our Constitution? It still matters here in America. This is why the sixth and seventh amendments to our Constitution are vital. It is up to the accuser(s) to prove guilt. How different America would be if it was the other way around. But wait a minute, isn’t this what many of us are doing? It absolutely is — and it’s killing us. It’s killing what America has been, up until this point.

This is not about defending Mr. Trump. It’s about defending the American way of justice — because this matters for each and every one of us. This matters more than any other time in our history. If we don’t stop our childish nonsense, now, everything will be destroyed — for everyone.

WE ARE EACH INNOCENT UNTIL PROVEN GUILTY: In America, we do not presume guilt, but innocence. Forgetting (or undermining) this approach would fundamentally change everything about our nation.

I understand that many people don’t care for President Trump. I also understand that many people didn’t care for President Obama. I understand that the President is not popular with many — and that he is also very popular among others. You may wonder what I think — but that really doesn’t matter, unless what I believe ends up subverting the American way of justice. Then my opinion would end up doing more damage than good. If this is true for me, it is certainly true for big time journalists, news outlets and politicians.

I have a respectful reminder for all of you and for all of us: in America, everyone is innocent until proven guilty. It is not the other way around. If it were, this wouldn’t be America. By behaving as if the president is guilty until proven innocent, you are behaving as if we live in a communist nation. We don’t — but we certainly will be if you keep up the nonsense. You are killing us.

I understand that America is polarized, that many of us disagree. But we must disagree with diplomacy, tact and maturity, not the nonsensical, emotional partisanship that has taken over as if we were living in a political zombie apocalypse. If your disagreement ends up subverting and undermining the Constitution and the American way of justice, there is no other way to say it: you’re a bigger problem than Mr. Comey or President Trump. Your a bigger problem than the Russians. The world is laughing at all of us, because at the end of the day we’re the ones who have created and are perpetuating this political circus. It’s not entertaining. It’s embarrassing — and dangerous.

If it there is strong suspicion that the president obstructed justice or conspired with the Russians, formal charges will be filed, evidence will be submitted, and he will be tried. He will then be found guilty or innocent. If he is found guilty, I’ll be among those approving of his removal from office. If he is innocent, I’ll be among those encouraging each of us to move on to bigger and better things, for the sake of our great nation and for freedom itself. But until such time, it is incredibly ignorant — and outright dangerous — to presume an individual’s guilt and require him or her to prove their innocence. That’s not the way the American legal system works. Remember that, America, because our distinction as a nation depends upon this fundamental understanding. Someday, your own well-being could depend upon others remembering the same.

It’s time we remember how we do justice here, or we will no longer be America. If that happens, it will be no one’s fault but our own. We would all pay an exceptionally heavy price for letting our emotions, rather than the law of the land, get the best of us. It’s time to straighten up and reverse course before it’s too late. In America, individuals are presumed innocent until proven guilty, and I thank God that it works this way. At least it’s supposed to.

WHAT DO YOU THINK? WHAT IF YOU WERE PRESUMED GUILTY UNTIL YOU COULD PROVE YOUR INNOCENCE? DO YOU REALIZE HOW DANGEROUS THE IDEA OF GUILTY UNTIL PROVEN INNOCENT IS — NOT JUST FOR AN ELECTED OFFICIAL, BUT FOR EACH AND EVERY ONE OF US WHO LOVE AMERICA AND A FAIR JUSTICE SYSTEM?

 

Michael Anthony Blog - Godfactor.comABOUT ME: Most of the lessons I’ve learned in life I’ve learned through failure. I typically publish my blogs Tuesday through Friday, here and on Facebook. We welcome and read comments from readers just like you because they help us (and others) think and grow. Don’t be shy. Chime in.

My first book, published by Thomas Nelson, is slated for release in March 13, 2018. For more about me, click here. If you’d like to request an interview, or to explore the potential of my speaking to your group, click here.

An Open Letter to #theResistance: You Don’t Get It

An Open Letter to #theResistance: You Don’t Get It

I GET IT. Some people are having a hard time with President Donald Trump. It’s understandable — to a degree. I don’t agree with every one of his policies or his approach to executing his policies. But, then again, I didn’t agree with every policy or approach of our previous president, Barack Obama. But the difference between the way many of us disapproved of President Obama’s policies and procedures and the way you are expressing yourselves over your displeasure with President Trump is a case of night an day. Your conduct is immature, disrespectful and arrogant. The temper-tantrums are reflecting poorly on you and negatively affecting all of us. It’s not constructive; it’s destructive.  Kathy Griffin’s mock beheading of President Trump crossed a line — but much of the attitude and expressions of “progressive” Americans has been crossing the line ever since the election. Your nonsense is over the top, completely out of step with everything America stands for.

A PICTURE WORTH 1,000 WORDS: At the end of the day, it’s this photo that captures the childish, out-of-control temper tantrums being thrown by the left. It’s one thing to disagree with someone, but how we disagree tells the world more about us than it does about those with whom we are at odds.

It’s time people in #theresistance ask yourselves three simple, powerful questions before you embarrass yourselves further. Here they are:

  1. DO I RESPECT THE CONSTITUTION OF THE UNITED STATES, OR NOT? Last time I checked, there was nothing illegal about the election. Ah, yes, the Russian conspiracy. Have we forgotten that in AMERICA, a person is presumed innocent until proven guilty? I think you have — and this is the problem. We live in AMERICA, and American law dictates that we give an accused person their day in court. President Trump’s day may be coming — and then again it may not. But the system of law we abide by in AMERICA is one based on presumed innocence until enough evidence has been amassed to begin a criminal trial. If that happens, I’ll be the first to tout the need for a trial and potential impeachment if the evidence is clearly there. But until such time, it’s important to remember that presuming someone’s guilt before it has been proven is incredibly dangerous and detrimental to AMERICA and the American criminal justice system.
  2. WHAT KIND OF NATION WILL AMERICA BECOME IF VIOLENCE, ARROGANCE AND TEMPER-TANTRUMS BECOME THE WAY IN WHICH MOST OF US “RESIST” THE THINGS WE DON’T LIKE? What will our schools, communities and families resemble? What will be the outcome? It will be full-fledged anarchy — and that wouldn’t benefit anyone. At the end of the day, the way you are protesting President Trump is contradictory to everything you expect and demand from those who disagree with you. It’s time to grow up, learn healthy relational skills associated with adult living, and demonstrate them. If your children disagreed with you and showed their displeasure the way you are showing yours against a legally elected president, you wouldn’t stand for it. You are modeling a huge #doublestandard.
  3. AM I HUMBLY PRAYING FOR PRESIDENT TRUMP AND FOR OUR LEADERS? I mean are you really praying for him, and for America? If you aren’t, your participation in #theresistance is ungodly, immature and self-centered. 1 Timothy 2:1-2 says, “I urge, then, first of all, that petitions, prayers, intercession and thanksgiving be made for all people — for kings and all those in authority, that we may live peaceful and quiet lives in all godliness and holiness.” If you claim to be a Christ-follower, then follow this command from Scripture and pray for the President, his cabinet, and all those in government. They need your prayers, not your sarcasm.

Resist all you want. It’s how America was born — but learn to resist with dignity, humility and maturity. Your outbursts are ruining your reputation, and undermining the already tarnished image of America here at home and abroad. Make your resistance constructive by encouraging sound, mature dialogue, not through the nonsense you’re propagating.

ARE YOU PART OF #THERESISTANCE? DON’T YOU THINK IT’S TIME TO ADOPT MORE MATURE, CONSTRUCTIVE WAYS TO “RESIST”? If you aren’t part of #theResistance, don’t you think it’s time you lovingly, firmly put your foot down and insist #theResistance stop the nonsense? If you really care about the future of our nation, you won’t tolerate what should be intolerable . . .

 

Michael Anthony Blog - Godfactor.comABOUT ME: Most of the lessons I’ve learned in life I’ve learned through failure. I typically publish my blogs Tuesday through Friday, here and on Facebook. We welcome and read comments from readers just like you because they help us (and others) think and grow. Don’t be shy. Chime in.

My first book, published by Thomas Nelson, is slated for release in March 13, 2018. For more about me, click here. If you’d like to request an interview, or to explore the potential of my speaking to your group, click here.

 

How To Keep Your Cool In A Nation of Brats

How To Keep Your Cool In A Nation of Brats

Is it just me, or does it seem like America has become a massive middle school of children without manners? No one seems to be able to have a civil discussion anymore unless everyone agrees on every point. Gone are the days of diplomatic disagreement – and it’s killing us. When people don’t get their way, they scream, holler, stamp their feet and shame opponents. It’s nonsense, for sure – but this is also what America has become. How can you keep your cool in a nation of hot-headed brats?

SOCIAL MEDIA OVERFLOW

Social media, texting, and email allow people to express themselves in ways they would have never adopted just a few years ago. But they do far more: they enable poor behavior. They’ve become breeding grounds for passive-aggressive behavior. A passive-aggressive person is someone who is nice in person, but who often resorts to underhanded, mean, or divisive behavior by other means. Email, texting and social media have become tremendous enablers for people to say and do things without tact, diplomacy, kindness and love. Are they signs of the times? I think so.

Jesus said that one of the characteristics of the world just prior to His return was an “increase in wickedness.” He said, “Because of the increase in wickedness, the love of most will grow cold” (Matthew 24:12). Is the world’s chilling wickedness being exacerbated and accelerated by social media, texting and email? I think it is. If you’re not careful, you your love is going to become icy, too.

” . . .we become like the people we spend time with.”

We are being bombarded every moment of the day with sensory stimuli that has no accountability when it comes to being kind. Think about it: social media, texts and emails are all designed for fast self-expression. It’s all about speed, not diplomacy. This has created a huge problem for all of us. The chickens have come home to roost.

THE CHICKENS HAVE COME HOME TO ROOST: We are seeing the negative impacts of emailing, texting and social media on a large scale basis.

HEAT UP YOUR RESISTANCE

In order to combat bratty behavior, you need to be on your toes, alert, and vigilant against your own love growing cold. Remember that hot food begins to cool down the moment it’s taken out of the oven. Likewise, your love and good manners will also wane – unless you take deliberate steps to keep it hot. So, what’s a person to do in order to ensure you don’t go along with the growing crowd that is absolutely wrong when it comes to manners, kindness and love?

The Bible says that “God is love” (1 John 4:8). Since we become like the people we spend time with, the most practical thing you can do to make sure you don’t behave like a spoiled brat is to spend time with God. He’ll rub off on you – and that will make you rub off on others.

You can cultivate your prayer life and Bible reading – but don’t just delight in the time you spend doing this. Get heaven-bent on putting what you’re reading into practice, immediately, in your own life. We have thousands upon thousands of Christians in America – but in the Book of Acts we see that it is the spirit-led Christians who are the movers and shakers of culture. Spirit-led Christians are the ones God moves through with consistent power. We need to rediscover the power of the Holy Spirit.

You and I need to not be satisfied with simply knowing Jesus Christ as Savior. We need to pursue spirit-led, spirit-empowered living. This is only possible through consistent prayer and Bible application. (Forget your Bible reading program if it isn’t leading you to applying what you read).

Yes, America has become a nation of brats. We’re like a group of middle schoolers without manners, and it’s time this nonsense stop. How about being part of the solution to our nation’s decline?

Spirit-led, spirit-empowered living is exactly what you need at this time in your life. It’s what our nation needs, too.

Now, it’s time for your thoughts. What can you do to be a person of manners in “Middle School” America?

 

Michael Anthony Blog - Godfactor.comABOUT ME: Most of the lessons I’ve learned in life I’ve learned through failure. I typically publish my blogs Tuesday through Friday, here and on Facebook. We welcome and read comments from readers just like you because they help us (and others) think and grow. Don’t be shy. Chime in.

My first book, published by Thomas Nelson, is slated for release in March 13, 2018. For more about me, click here. If you’d like to request an interview, or to explore the potential of my speaking to your group, click here.

My Time At the White House Rose Garden Gathering

My Time At the White House Rose Garden Gathering

I WAS INVITED TO THE WHITE HOUSE for yesterday’s Rose Garden ceremony to celebrate the National Day of Prayer. I did what I think you would have done if you were invited. I accepted and attended — and was blown away.*

Prepared for the occasion, I drafted two letters – one for President Trump and another for Vice President Pence. I was able to personally hand them to the Vice President. Mission, of sorts, accomplished.

What did my letters say? That’s a deeply private matter, but I will say that they were letters of encouragement for the two men who probably have the toughest jobs in our nation at this time. A bit of encouragement can go a long way in these days where discouragement abounds.

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FIRST TIME IN 8 YEARS

The gathering marked the first time in eight years that prayers were actually offered on White House grounds during the National Day of Prayer. Eight years is a long time to hold Jesus at bay.

“Last time I checked, we’re the only clay in God’s pottery barn. Prayer is for sinners, and our nation is full of them, myself included . . .”

Before I go any further, I want to make it clear that my attendance was not an endorsement of President Trump. I would have attended any similar ceremony hosted by a previous president, and I would accept a similar invitation from any future president. My participation was an endorsement of the Lord Jesus Christ and His teachings — every single one of them from Genesis through Revelation. The fact that a sitting president decided to host a prayer gathering at the White House — where the Bible was read and Jesus Christ was openly called upon — is significant in itself. I will always endorse public Bible reading and prayers in the Name of Christ, and you should, too.

Yes, the president is not perfect. Some love to call him a hypocrite. But when I look in the mirror, the man I see staring back who is a recovering hypocrite, a purveyor in past perversity. I’m not perfect, but I know Someone Who is, and that’s great news for someone like me.

Last time I checked, we’re the only clay in God’s pottery barn. Prayer is for sinners, and our nation is full of them, myself included. A national day of prayer, if really embraced, is good for America’s soul.

MY MOST MOVING EXPERIENCES

The most moving part of the meeting was not the executive order signed by the President. It was not the impressive guest list, which included several members of the President’s cabinet, Congresswoman Michelle Bachmann, Franklin Graham, Anne Graham Lotz, Eric Metaxas, Greg Laurie, Pastor Jack Graham, Alveda Scott King and more. (There’s more on our Facebook page) .

“No one should be censoring sermons or targeting pastors.” — President Donald Trump

The most moving moment was when Stephen Curtis Chapman picked up his guitar and prayed through the Lord’s prayer (you can watch it here). For someone to be invited to the White House to unapologetically pray to Jesus Christ is what it’s all about, people.

Another moving moment, for me, was when Vice President Pence recited 2 Chronicles 7:14, and reminded all of us of the cardinal trait God Himself seeks at a time when His people are experiencing a spiritual drought: repentance. Powerful stuff, folks.

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My time at the White House Rose Garden for the National Day of Prayer

Vice President Mike Pence: Kind, gracious, humble.

 

Pastor Greg Laurie was among the early attendees. Friendly, authentic, real.

 

Dr. Ben Carson: Real, polite, gentle, yet resolute.

 

Franklin Graham, courteous, warm, genuine.

 

Pastor Jack Graham, author and former chair for the National Day of Prayer. A true gentleman.

 

Anne Graham Lotz. So pleasant! I asked how her father, Billy Graham, was doing. He is mentally and spiritually sharp, but physically weak.

 

Alveda Scott King, author, speaker and niece of Rev. Dr. MLK Jr. Always kind, always gracious.

 

Congresswoman and former presidential candidate, Michelle Bachmann. Energetic and kind.

 

Eric Mataxas, best-selling author and radio host. has a great laugh, and is very sincere.

 

AFTERGLOW: My family wasn’t allowed into the event bc of restrictions in the crowd size — but they were with me in spirit, and we all celebrated wonderfully afterward.

#RESISTANCE AND THE EXECUTIVE ORDER

If you’re part of the Trump resistance, you’ll no doubt be tempted to go off the rails at this point — but I want to remind you that every single one of us needs repentance. There is no good news, no “Gospel,” without it. Repentance is what our nation needs most at this dark time in our history. It’s not something other people need to do. It’s something we all need to do, throughout each and every day.

“I’m all for following the King of kings and LORD of lords, Jesus Christ. If anyone calls for the same, on that point I will stand with them shoulder to shoulder, because Jesus is my only hope.”

The President also signed an Executive Order protecting religious liberty. He also said, “No one should be censoring sermons or targeting pastors.” The executive order is astounding in itself, because religious liberty has been under siege in our nation for years – and our last president did nothing to protect it. Say what you will, but that is a bonafide fact. President Obama set that trend when he ordered that religious symbols be covered at his speech at Georgetown in 2009. But in 2016, Mr. Obama allowed “Allah” to flagrantly displayed during his speech at an Islamic center.

NOT JUST A “GOD”

Psalm 33:12 says, “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD.” It does not say “blessed is the nation that has a god.” In order for America to be a nation that has even a prayer of reaching her greatest potential, we must not only acknowledge, but also seek “the LORD.” This is a specific reference not to just any God, but to the God of the Bible. Having a deity means nothing. It’s all about having the right deity, and that deity is the God of Abraham, Isaac and Jacob, the God of the Old and New Testaments.

Say what you want about President Trump. Say what you want about President Obama. As for me, I’m all for following the King of kings and LORD of lords, Jesus Christ. If anyone calls for the same, on that point I will stand with them shoulder to shoulder, because Jesus is my only hope. Only He can truly transform my life. Last time I checked, He’s a friend of tax collectors and sinners. And that’s great news for me. It’s great news for us all.

Jesus’ humility can’t be disputed — and His presence and power is precisely what we need in America. I will always support a president who protects my God-given right to worship my God openly, without apology, and I think you should, too.

Remember, America: Ignore your freedoms and they will go away.

NOW, IT’S TIME TO HEAR FROM YOU. WHAT DO YOU THINK?

*Special thanks to my good friend, Michael, who made this White House trek possible.
You’re a good man, and I thank God for you!


Michael Anthony Blog - Godfactor.comABOUT ME:
Most of the lessons I’ve learned in life I’ve learned through failure. I typically publish my blogs Tuesday through Friday, here and on Facebook. We welcome and read comments from readers just like you because they help us (and others) think and grow. Don’t be shy. Chime in.

My first book, published by Thomas Nelson, is slated for release on March13, 2018. For more about me, click here. If you’d like to request an interview, or to explore the potential of my speaking to your group, click here.

The Crown of Thorns: A Helmet, Not A Ring? (Free download, too)

The Crown of Thorns: A Helmet, Not A Ring? (Free download, too)

When we think of Good Friday and what Jesus endured on the cross, many of us envision a ring of thorns wrapped around the sides of Jesus’ head. Movies and television almost universally depict the crown that way. Historically, however, that depiction may be inaccurate. The crown of thorns Jesus wore may have looked more like a helmet than a ring, digging into not only the outer part of his scalp, but also His entire head.

The pain would have been excruciating. There are six (6) nerves that encapsulate the human scalp – and they are very sensitive.[1] Aggravated by the piercing of a sharp object, such as a thorn, even more pain could then be inflicted by something as gentle as a gentle breeze. If the scalp were carpeted with thorns, as was most likely the case with Christ, the pain would have been out of this world.

“Don’t confuse being unworthy with being worthless . . . You are worth a GREAT deal to God.”

Fitting that the Son of God, Who was and is out of this world, would endure out-of-this-world pain for you and me. Why? One reason is because you are valuable to God. He doesn’t make junk — and He certainly wouldn’t send His unique, one of a kind Son to die for junk. While He hates your sin, He LOVES you so much that He would send Jesus to take your place. Remember that the next time you think you’re worthless. No, you’re not junk at all. While none of us is worthy of Jesus’ death, we are worth more than we realize. You are worth a great deal to God. Don’t confuse being unworthy with being worthless.

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[1] Nerves of the Human Scalp: Supratrochlear, Supraorbital, Zygomaticotemporal, Auriculotemporal, the Lesser occipital, and the Greater occipital nerve


Michael Anthony Blog - Godfactor.comABOUT ME:
Most of the lessons I’ve learned in life I’ve learned through failure. I typically publish my blogs Tuesday through Friday, here and on Facebook. We welcome and read comments from readers just like you because they help us (and others) think and grow. Don’t be shy. Chime in.

My first book, published by Thomas Nelson, is slated for release in March, 2018. For more about me, click here. If you’d like to request an interview, or to explore the potential of my speaking to your group, click here.

 

 

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What Is Ash Wednesday Really About?

Ashes to Ashes, Dust to Dust: What Is Ash Wednesday Really About?

ASH WEDNESDAY . . . “By the sweat of your brow you will eat your food until you return to the ground, since from it you were taken; for dust you are and to dust you will return.” — Genesis 3:19 (NIV)

REMEMBER: TODAY WILL TAKE ITS PLACE AS A TILE IN THE MOSAIC OF YOUR LIFE. LIFE IS NOT SO MUCH ABOUT HOW LONG WE LIVE, BUT ABOUT HOW WELL WE LIVE WHILE WE’RE ALIVE. God formed man from the dust of the earth, and when we pass from this life, our bodies return to dust — at least for a little while. Ash Wednesday is a good reminder that death is inescapable. The real question, in the meantime, is are you really living the life God envisioned for you? Are you in any way:

  1. Limiting yourself?
  2. Living in the past?
  3. Settling for mediocrity?
  4. Allowing yourself to live a defeated life, when you could be walking in victory?

Today is the day to remember eternity — it’s where you’ll spend most of your time. What’s holding you back from living a life entirely surrendered to God? Why limit yourself, and God’s best? Why postpone living the kind of life Jesus envisioned for you when He hung on the cross? Too often, we allow the opinions of people to influence us, when all along the only opinion that matters is that of God. After all, we will not appear before the judgment seat of our mother and father. (We won’t even appear before the judgement seat of our mother-in-law. Isn’t that a relief?) 🙂

Each of us will appear before God and give an accounting of our lives (2 Corinthians 5:10). Are you living in light of this eventuality? It’s the only one that really matters. You and I should be living amazing lives — lives that greatly glorify God, enrich the lives of other people, and are personally rewarding. When we live in light of eternity, daily, this becomes a growing reality with increasing momentum. 

Sadly, many of us allow our lives to be influenced by forces and factors that do not matter in the eternal scheme of things. The good news is that you can stop allowing yourself to be influenced by the wrong things — if only you will let God change your thinking and your heart, courtesy of the Bible. It’s God’s remedy for what limits us.

Remember your Creator in the days of your youth, before the days of trouble come and the years approach when you will say, “I find no pleasure in them”– before the sun and the light and the moon and the stars grow dark, and the clouds return after the rain; when the keepers of the house tremble, and the strong men stoop, when the grinders cease because they are few, and those looking through the windows grow dim . . .” — Ecclesiastes 12:1-3 (NIV)

WHAT ABOUT YOU? YOU HAVE ONLY ONE LIFE, AND SOON IT WILL BE PAST. ONLY WHAT IS DONE IN THE POWER OF GOD WILL LAST. HAVE YOU BEEN INSPIRED BY ANYTHING YOU JUST READ? I’D LOVE TO HEAR FROM YOU . . .

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