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Arkansas Tornadoes clear path for Regeneration of Civil Rights Movement

The Civil Rights Movement was monumental in that it was a showing of the possibility for Israelites to come together in unity behind a common, worthy cause: Freedom. Freedom to live peaceably absent discrimination and other forms of mistreatment that defined Israelitish daily life. But that Movement failed because it disagreed with the Word of God.

And he said unto me, Son of man, can these bones live? And I answered, O Lord God, thou knowest. Again he said unto me, Prophesy upon these bones, and say unto them, O ye dry bones, hear the word of the Lord.

Equality between Israelites and Heathen Nations is NOT Possible under U.S. Government

A textbook example of the fruits of the Civil Rights Movement is the Little Rock Nine and the Little Rock Nine Crisis. Adolescent Judahites were enthusiastic about integrating themselves with heathen nations. These young people thought that Edom would accept them coming into their government and their society to compete with them on equal footing for their privileges and benefits. They were in error.

The United States Government was setup to serve Edom and his children–not Jacob. Federal and State Constitutions were framed to prevent Jacob from ever achieving equality under Edom’s Government. But nothing in Edom’s Organic Law (i.e. Constitutions and Laws made in pursuance thereof, e.g. Supreme Law of the Land) could prevent Jacob from forming his own Government–so long as it does not violate any Laws. For this reason, there is a standing, mandatory Policy that requires obedience to the Law.

Thus saith the Lord God unto these bones; Behold, I will cause breath to enter into you, and ye shall live

God Intended for Israelites to Have their Own Government and their Own King

Only the Power of God could breathe life into dry bones and cause them to live. And so He has sent the Breath of His Power to resurrect His Children and return them Home.

The recent devastating tornadoes that hit Little Rock were to create a clean slate, spiritually. In order to provide another chance at accomplishing what the Civil Rights Movement intended to but never could achieve: Freedom.

Devastating tornadoes tore through Little Rock, Arkansas during the March of Zion to acknowledge those who came before, and signify the rekindling of the Torch by those here now to finish what they started.

In His gracious and loving-kindness–signified by His 🌈 rainbow (Genesis 9:13), God has given the Nation of Israel the Wisdom necessary to stand upon its feet. And reclaim its dignity, and its majesty by TAKING back what was stolen. This is the regeneration of the Civil Rights Movement. It will still be peaceful and lawful at all times. However, this time it will not be led by men; it is being led by GOD. Romans 8:31.

A rainbow shines amidst the remains of a neighborhood damaged by a tornado on March 31, 2023 in Little Rock, Arkansas.
BENJAMIN KRAIN/GETTY IMAGES
A rainbow shines amidst the remains of a neighborhood damaged by a tornado on March 31, 2023 in Little Rock, Arkansas. BENJAMIN KRAIN/GETTY IMAGES. Obtained from https://www.newsweek.com/little-rock-arkansas-before-after-devastating-tornado-1792020 (Accessed April 6, 2023).
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