Call it a gut feeling.
I have no hard data to point to, but I have the sense that the tide has turned and is now starting to run hard against the Covid Monster. As time goes on and more people are made aware of the lies making up the narrative, our chances of completely destroying this blatant fraud in the grab for power increase steadily.
The situation right now reminds me of the Battle of the Bulge during World War II. The German military threw everything it had against the Western front in a desperate attempt to break out of a rapidly deteriorating situation. If it was successful, it would have given Hitler’s forces a reprieve at the very least. However, after six weeks of intense fighting, the western Allies beat back the onslaught by the Nazis, eventually driving deep into Germany to meet the Russians advancing from the East and ending the war.
When Anthony MacAuliffe, the commanding officer of the 101st US Airborne Division under tremendous attack in Bastogne, Belgium, was given the ultimatum to surrender or be annihilated, he sent back a one word reply: “Nuts!” Even though his position was in imminent danger of being overrun and destroyed, he did not entertain the idea of giving up. Rather, he kept his focus and determination, maintained the morale and courage of his men, and eventually was relieved when reinforcements arrived. For this, his comment entered the history books, never to be forgotten.
On the other hand, I could be all wet. It might be more comparable to the moment the Nazi troops marched into Paris in 1940 after a blitzkrieg sweep across Belgium, putting most of France into a vicious lockdown for years, until it was liberated by the Allied invasion in 1944 into Normandy. If that is the case, then we are in for a lot of trouble in the days ahead and will have a good, long time to think about where we went wrong. If that is the case, we will also have to wonder who is going to sweep in and rescue us.
Or not. 2 Chronicles 20 records a time when the Hebrew nation under Jehoshaphat was threatened by invading forces, but instead won a great victory because of a supernatural intervention which literally annihilated the armies of Moab, Ammon, and Mount Seir. Who can say what might happen to us if we follow the advice given?
“Do not fear or be dismayed. Tomorrow go out against them, for the LORD is with you.”
We do not have to be afraid, but we cannot be complacent. We will not win this in our own strength, but we have to do our part. The battle belongs to the LORD.