Peach Trees for Peace

Peach Trees for Peace

On July 7th, 2013 a group of us are travelling to the Navajo nation, to perform a ceremony, seeking peace, and healing for this land we call the United States of America.
Historically, the conquest of the Navajo occurred in a final campaign in 1866, by a Calvary company led by Rope thrower, Kit Carson, in Le Chelley canyon.
In that campaign, Calvary were under orders to perform a ‘scorched earth’ campaign, burning Navajo crops, winter food supplies, homes, and on this final day, torching the 5000 tree orchard in this canyon, known as ‘the bread basket of the Navajo’. This event broke the back of Navajo resistance, and preceded, what is now known as ‘the long walk of the Navajo’.
It has been said by elders, ‘that we could forgive rope thrower Carson for betraying and conquering us. We could forgive the US government for the long walk, and putting us on reservations, but we can never forgive the destruction of our precious peach trees!’
For over 100 years, the Navajo have survived, thrived, and now again the Navajo nation has grown back upon the land, in strength, dignity, and honor.
There is a tradition, from the Iroquois people, that has been passed down the corridor of time, from the great commissioning of ‘the peace tree ceremony’, where the white pine tree planted by the five initial tribes of the Iroquois confederacy, when ‘The great law of peace’ was implemented in 1050. As most tribes know, the Iroquois confederacy ruled the Eastern United States for many hundreds of years before they ‘discovered’ white men on their land, and because of the law of peace (that those who came in peace, were received in peace), the white men were allowed in America.
In this ceremony, a white pine tree was planted (its bundle of five needles symbolizing the five tribes of the Iroquois). Initially, a great hole was dug in the ground, and the elders welcomed their war chiefs in royal procession to this great hole in the ground. Each company of warriors would then throw their weapons of war into this great hole, until each company had taken their turn. The hole was covered up, and the peace tree planted, with the proclamation that :’As long as the weapons of war remain in the earth, there shall be peace in the land!’
We as followers of Yeshua, have learned that the cross of Jesus Christ, is the true peace tree.
We believe that at the cross, not only are our personal sins forgiven, but that as we forgive others, even those from past generations that there is a corresponding healing to not only us personally, but also to our families, and the very land upon which we walk.
Romans 8:20-22
The Voice (VOICE)
20 You see, all of creation has collapsed into emptiness, not by its own choosing, but by God’s. Still He placed within it a deep and abiding hope 21 that creation would one day be liberated from its slavery to corruption and experience the glorious freedom of the children of God. 22 For we know that all creation groans in unison with birthing pains up until now.
We see in these verses, how the creation is waiting for us, the manifest sons and daughters of God, to show up, and bring ‘glorious liberty’ as the manifest sons and daughters of God.
We also see, that the earth has a voice, a voice of groanings….
For those of us with ears to hear, eyes to see, we have heard this voice, the voice of the lands of the Navajo, and by the Spirit of our Creator, we are responding, to take our place, in humble prayer before God, that the land itself be cleansed and healed.
It is our hope and prayer, that weather permitting, we might plant some of these trees in canyon De Chelley, or other suitable location on Navajo land, and that God, the Great Spirit, our Creator, might heal the Navajo lands, and bless them, and that somehow, there be healing and peace between all the North American tribes, and the rest of us who call ourselves Americans. For those of us who know North American history, only God Almighty can possibly bridge the gap between America, and its host peoples. There has been much pain, betrayal, blood, and tears…For those of us with eyes to see a better future for the relationship between the red and white man, may this ceremony be a simple seed, a token, of better days for our children … PEACE!

If you would like to either donate or purchase a tree, or help in some way transporting these trees to the Navajo nation (Window Rock, Arizona, by July 7th) please contact me or make checks available to AOM Ministries, 1928 E Oklahoma St, Tulsa, OK, 74110. Email:

Reading the Bible with Red Man’s Eyes…

Reading the Bible with Red Man's Eyes...

Reading the Bible through Red Man’s Eyes….

Heal our land…

2 Chronicles 7:14 If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land.

earth weeps

To any of us that have pursued God for our nations well being, this verse is one of our battle cries, where we aggressively kneel before God, humbling ourselves with prayer and often fasting, searching our own hearts, and lifestyles that we might see our sin for what it is, that we might ask God for mercy, and real change, that He might forgive us, and not only forgive us, but clean up the mess we made, and cleanse the lands upon which we live, that the land itself might heal.

By now, many of you know my testimony, of how I came out of a revival meeting, in my suit and tie, crying out to God in prayer, this very verse.

How He spoke to me, and said: ‘I gave that verse to instruct you, not so that you can try and use it to manipulate me, you are in pride, repent!’

So, I was heard of heaven, and about to be answered. I thought ‘Pride?, I just got off my knees in prayer in a revival meeting!’

Yet, over the years, I have learned this about walking with God: Pride is not merely walking around with a strut, chest puffed up, in haughtiness and arrogance. No, it is much more subtle than that, here is my new definition of pride: “Simply having a better idea than God.”

Whenever, Wherever, I decide to do my own thing, something, anything that is contrary to the Word or Spirit of God, I am in pride. Maybe my church, synagogue, or mosque, has always done it that way. Perhaps my father and mother instructed me that way, but the entrance of God’s Word, brings light, and no matter what any person may of taught about a particular topic, if what I am believing is contrary to the Word of God, I’m wrong, and He is right.
And you know, how Holy Spirit led me to attend the 1995 gathering of tribes in Hull, Quebec, Canada, known as ‘The Sacred Assembly’, led by senator Elijah Harper. How in that meeting, when I saw the 1500 or so Indian elders gathered, and I saw the pain in their eyes, I ended up for several hours at the back of the auditorium, in a weeping puddle before God, broken in the core of my being, as I was introduced to the plight of the North American Indian.

And so, now, I am finally beginning to see, to learn, to know, to understand some things about God and His Word, that I could have never seen before. For several years, I walked with the Inuit, and was introduced to the Mohawk and the Cree peoples briefly.

Over the years, I have been introduced in many ways, to the ways of the red man, and have discovered that although their culture, dress, language, and customs are often quite different than ours, there are things there, that we must hear from them. Biblical things, ways of our Creator, that we as whites, in most cases, have at best lost, but more often, never known.

I heard chief Anne Richardson of the Rappahannock people verbalize these thoughts one day, that have challenged my thinking:anne

She said: ‘In general, our people have an innate ability to walk on to any particular piece of land, and intuitively see, know, perceive things that have happened upon that property, historically, and often also know, exactly what needs to happen there, in order to heal it.’

This lines up with:
Roman 8:20 For the creature was made subject to vanity, not willingly, but by reason of him who hath subjected the same in hope,
21 Because the creature itself also shall be delivered from the bondage of corruption into the glorious liberty of the children of God.
22 For we know that the whole creation groaneth and travaileth in pain together until now.

Romans 8:20-22
The Voice (VOICE)
20 You see, all of creation has collapsed into emptiness, not by its own choosing, but by God’s. Still He placed within it a deep and abiding hope 21 that creation would one day be liberated from its slavery to corruption and experience the glorious freedom of the children of God. 22 For we know that all creation groans in unison with birthing pains up until now.

We see in these verses, how the creation is waiting for us, the manifest sons and daughters of God, to show up, and bring ‘glorious liberty’ to it, literally healing the land as we walk with our Creator, bringing His power to literally recreate that which has been damaged by the atrocities and evil of mankind.

We also see, that the earth has a voice, a voice of groanings….

Many red men and women hear creations voice, and echo her deepest cries, back to God, in heartfelt prayer…

The ground on which we stand is sacred ground. It is the dust and blood of our ancestors.
– Chief Plenty Coups, Crow (1848 – 1932)

When all the trees have been cut down, when all the animals have been hunted, when all the waters are polluted, when all the air is unsafe to breathe, only then will you discover you cannot eat money.
Cree Prophecy

anciant paths (2)

Yet, I had been taught that aboriginal peoples were generally ‘uneducated heathen’ needing to be ‘civilized’. Yet, I see clearly now, after many years, that God has been walking with Indians for a long time before the white man entered this land, and that many, many of their traditions, sacred gatherings, forms of prayer and worship, and understandings of God and creation, are not only Biblical, but far, far ahead of some of our current understandings.

Now, to read or hear American history from a native perspective, we hear of how in the 1530’s, the Cherokee ‘discovered’ Spanish explorers upon their lands. Many of these early Spaniards brought the Bible, and the doctrines of the Roman Catholic church, and upon the lands governed by the Iroquois confederacy’s constitution and the ‘’, that these early explorers were protected and spared by the tribes, as long as they came as came in peace.

peace welcome

Yet for thousands of years, the Bible was not in the land.

God still spoke, yet He spoke either directly to the heart of man, or through the creation.

In the tradition and culture of the Indian tribes I have walked with, there has always been a deep relationship and respect for, the earth, the land that God created.

Only to the white man was nature a wilderness and only to him was the land ‘infested’ with ‘wild’ animals and ‘savage’ people. To us it was tame, Earth was bountiful and we were surrounded with the blessings of the Great Mystery.
– Black Elk, Oglala Lakota Sioux (1863-1950)

black elk

The time will soon be here when my grandchild will long for the cry of a loon, the flash of a salmon, the whisper of spruce needles, or the screech of an eagle.
But he will not make friends with any of these creatures and when his heart aches with longing, he will curse me.
Have I done all to keep the air fresh?
Have I cared enough about the water?
Have I left the eagle to soar in freedom?
Have I done everything I could to earn my grandchild’s fondness?
– Chief Dan George, Tsleil-Waututh (1899 – 1981)


Rom 1:19 ¶ Because that which may be known of God is manifest in them; for God hath shewed it unto them.
20 For the invisible things of him from the creation of the world are clearly seen, being understood by the things that are made, even his eternal power and Godhead; so that they are without excuse:

Romans 1:19-20
The Voice (VOICE)
19 These people are not ignorant about what can be known of God, because He has shown it to them with great clarity. 20 From the beginning, creation in its magnificence enlightens us to His nature. Creation itself makes His undying power and divine identity clear, even though they are invisible; and it voids the excuses and ignorant claims of these people

This year, as I read through the Bible again, it is as if I am reading it, for the first time, through red man’s eyes.

The first man, Adam, was a red man. (
He was red, created from the red earth…

As I look at the way the Indian walked with God, suddenly, I see in the Scriptures, passages that until now, have been hidden to me:

In the next passage, I see words that could have been spoken from the heart of the honorable Indians that respect God and the land. Perhaps, it is a vocalization, of their view of the white man entering their ancient lands.

Truly, many white men came, sent of God, for the gospel’s sake, yet mixed in these immigrants were brutal, murderous, treacherous people, who knew not God, nor His creation.

Job, in his day, walked as a great chief among his people, in fact, the Bible records:
Job 1:1 ¶ There was a man in the land of Uz, whose name was Job; and that man was perfect and upright, and one that feared God, and eschewed evil.
2 And there were born unto him seven sons and three daughters.
3 His substance also was seven thousand sheep, and three thousand camels, and five hundred yoke of oxen, and five hundred she asses, and a very great household; so that this man was the greatest of all the men of the east.

Walk with me and imagine: picture with me, in your mind’s eye if you will, a great chief, walking with the Creator, witnessing, the brutishness of white men entering his land. White men with guns as their gods, and conquest, not peace, as their motive.

Job 12:6-12
The Voice (VOICE)
6 Ironically, there is peace inside the tents of the raiders,
and those who upset God seem to live safe and secure;
They carry their gods around in their hands.

Yet, this chief, had made peace with God, His creator, and knows that there is no peace of heart found in no other place, and he cries, that these fools might know the one that made them…

7 However, call on the animals to teach you;
the birds that sail through the air are not afraid to tell you the truth.
8 Engage the earth in conversation; it’s happy to share what it knows.
Even the fish of the sea are wise enough to explain it to you.
9 In fact, which part of creation isn’t aware,
which doesn’t know the Eternal’s hand has done this?
10 His hand cradles the life of every creature on the face of the earth;
His breath fills the nostrils of humans everywhere.

animals talk

Compare this with the words of the Arapaho: When we show our respect for other living things, they respond with respect for us. – Arapaho

Treat the earth well: it was not given to you by your parents, it was loaned to you by your children. We do not inherit the Earth from our Ancestors, we borrow it from our Children. – Tribe Unknown

Job 12:11 Listen! Aren’t we made to be discriminating:
our ears testing wisdom, our mouths tasting food?

The beauty of the trees,
the softness of the air,
the fragrance of the grass,
speaks to me.
The summit of the mountain,
the thunder of the sky,
the rhythm of the sea,
speaks to me.
The strength of the fire,
the taste of salmon,
the trail of the sun,
and the life that never goes away,
they speak to me.
And my heart soars.
– Chief Dan George, Tsleil-Waututh (1899 – 1981)

Shouldn’t wisdom come with old age? Not necessarily. Only God has wisdom; we merely fool ourselves into thinking we are wise.

12 But you tell me, “With age comes wisdom,
and a long life grants understanding.”

In Native American culture and tradition, elders are to be respected.

American Indian elder
From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
In American Indian education, within each tribe elders, “are repositories of cultural and philosophical knowledge and are the transmitters of such information,”[1] including, “basic beliefs and teachings, encouraging…faith in the Great Spirit, the Creator”.[2] “The fact acknowledged in most Indian societies: Certain individuals, by virtue of qualifications and knowledge, are recognized by the Indian communities as the ultimately qualified reservoirs of aboriginal skills.”[3] The role of elder is featured within and without classrooms, conferences, ceremonies, and homes.

So we read, of the supposed wise friends of Job, those who seek to be his comforters…

As I read of the history of the great tribes, I read of the great orators, that would speak great words, and the council of elders, would weigh their words, ever listening for the voice of the Creator, to come from the heart of His servants.

As Job’s ‘counselors’ speak their words in his pain, he rebukes them, for they do not speak from God:
Job: 16: All the things from you sound the same.
You are all terrible as comforters!
3 Have we reached the end of your windy words,
or are you sick with something that compels you to argue with me?
4 If we were to trade places,
I could rattle on as you do.
I could compose eloquent speeches as you do
and shake my head smugly at you and your problems.
5 But I believe I would use my words to encourage you;
my lips would move only to offer you relief.
6 And yet, I am not you, you are not me,
and my words are of no real use:

For generations, these words given by God through Job so many years, have been the plight of the red man in America.

Truthfully, their voice, their wisdom, has not been heard, and we have all suffered for it.

self evident

I am a Christian. I have studied the history of the United States, and I am convinced of this one thing. The mind of God for this nation, historically, has been for America to be a place of freedom to worship God. This freedom is supposed to be found in the gospel, the only way to heaven, Jesus.

I am all convinced that Columbus sailed both to find a homeland for the Jews, God’s people, and to bring the gospel, to a people he had not yet seen. These people, are the host peoples of North America, the First Nations peoples, the indians…

Peter Marshall, in his book: The Light and the glory, has discovered actually journal entries from Columbus, where God spoke to him directly, for many years, about His plans and purposes for America, His plan included the host peoples, and in honoring them, and bringing the gospel and Bible to them. Columbus began with noble motives, but when he was shown the riches of the land, and gold, he became a mercenary, a butcher, and committed horrible acts against God and the host peoples who in large measure, received him in love, peace, and honor. And so has gone history, supposed ‘Christians’ bringing their form of murder and mayhem to the land, incredibly, in the name of JESUS! The greatest message the earth has ever heard, backed by the Lord of Heaven Himself, perverted, corrupted, by the pride, greed, and murder of men! As I read the pages of native history, my eyes blur with tears, as I see the horrendous acts whites and Spaniards have committed, usually in the name of Jesus! Like my Lord, I can only weep, as a white man, I can only hang my head in shame….

Yet, what has come to America and out of her, is a mixture of deep faith, and equally deep wickedness, treachery and sin.

Freedom, is not free.

It cost Jesus His life upon the cross, when He willingly died as a sacrifice for our sins. Yet, the grave could not hold an innocent man, and on the third day, He rose from the dead, and ascended into heaven, at the right hand of God, the Creator, our Father.

Jesus is the prince of peace, and there will be no true peace, either in our hearts, or in the land, until we give ourselves to Him, and bow our knees, willingly, in surrender to Him as King and Lord.

There is understanding, wisdom, and great knowledge given to the red men, and the wisdom of God in them, must be embraced, meditated upon, and through prayer, applied, to bring healing to the earth.

I am convinced, that there is a strong church here in America, but also convinced that we will never be able to become all we all created to be, until we truly embrace the God given wisdom of the Red man.

I am also convinced that right now, during this slice of time, that the plight and voice of the red man is THE MOST IMPORTANT THING IN AMERICA!

On God’s agenda, His priority list, I believe the plight, voice, and restoration of the red man is THE NUMBER ONE ITEM ON HIS LIST!

This is heart of the Father, for America, now.

I am convinced that America desperately needs healing and direction, and that healing, revival, and move of God, that will recreate this land strong, and free again, will come as the hearts of the red man, heals, and again, their voice is heard in this great land.

America’s strength is this: not that we have always done right, but when we see that we have been wrong, we make things right.

Yet, for you and I, there is only one true healing and peace that we can know. That only comes with a relationship with our Creator, through His Son, Jesus, Yeshua, Messiah.

Whether red or white, black, yellow, or any mixture of race and culture, Jesus is the answer to every human heart, and His wisdom, power and love, can fix anything, if, and only if, we cry out to Him, and ask…

There is no other way back to our Creator, but through Him. Though we may hear the voice of God, we cannot make peace with Him on our own terms, for each of us, in our own way, have sinned, and cannot be cleansed by our good works, ceremonies, prayer vigils, or our cultures and traditions. Only Jesus shed blood can wash us, there is no other way…

God is moving deeply, presently, in the First Nations host peoples of the United States, and there are many prophecies given to the great chiefs of old, of a seventh generation of warriors that will arise upon this land, to bring healing and truth to it, that we might heal together.

Hear his words:
Crazy Horse had a vision he shared with sitting bull during a pipe ceremony just days before he was murdered. He said, “Upon suffering beyond suffering, the red nation shall rise again and it shall be a blessing for the sick world. A world filed with broken promises, selfishness and separations. A world longing for light again. I see a time of seven generations, when all the colors of mankind will gather under the sacred tree of life and the whole earth will become one circle again. In that day, those among the Lakota who will carry knowledge and understanding of unity among all living things, and the young white ones will come, to those of my people to ask for wisdom. I salute the light within their eyes where the whole universe dwells, for when you are at the center within you and I am at the at place within me, we are as one.” – Crazy Horse from James Medicine Tree

red man rising

Elders have kept record of the generations, and it is said, that this current generation, is the seventh generation, arising with healing in their hearts, and the fire of the Eternal in their eyes, with great wisdom, to bring to this nation, and any that would open their hearts to hear and receive it.


I am one of them, hearing, praying, studying, learning, and watching our great Creator, do, what no man has ever been able to do. Heal hearts, lives, vision, and create pathways of purpose by His Spirit in the earth, that truly change this generation…

I am priviledged to be seeing these words come to pass, all across America, Red Men are arising in Jesus, embracing their God given mandates, responsibilites, callings, destinies, and their voices are again being heard in this land!

Wisdom comes only when you stop looking for it and start living the life the Creator intended for you. – Hopi

Would you join us on the journey?

It begins, with an open heart, and prayer:

‘Father, Creator, Great Spirit, Great One, I come to you right now, asking that you forgive me, and reveal Yourself, and Your plan for my life, to me. Lord Jesus, I choose to believe that You came, You walked this earth, that You died, and rose from the dead. I ask You, to come into my heart, my life, my thoughts, dreams, and visions, and reveal truth, that heals and sets free. I choose to walk your path, from now and forever, Amen.’

Traditionally, there have been great warriors from each tribe, that have risen up to defend their people. I hear our Creator calling upon you again to fight. Hear these words from my Mohawk friend, Jonathon Maracle: Warrior, come on an ride the wind!

Red Man Rising!

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Red Man Rising!

Had an interesting thought yesterday, as I sought the Lord for His heart with respect to First Nations people’s here in North America.

I have been very troubled, over the teaching of ‘manifest destiny’, which has caused such devastation among the Indian tribes of this land. The thought, preached in many Christian churches, that the United States was given to the European settlers by God, and that like the Israelites destroyed or drove out their enemies from their lands and houses by conquest in the book of Joshua, that God, through Christian calvary, had ordered the genocide of First Nations host people in America.

Depending on who you talk to, or what you read, approximately 80 million Indians died on US soil after Columbus landed in 1492.

Seems more of them died from sickness, than from war or genocide, yet the destruction and devastation was and is horrendous.

Yet, here is the thought I just had, after yet another day of prayer in the Holy Spirit, seeking God for understanding.

Satan always does evil, then blames God for it.


Simple, it is all about the gospel.

The gospel is the power of God that destroys his work in the earth, that gives men new birth, and translation out of his kingdom, into the kingdom of God’s family, where Jesus is Lord, and dominion, dignity, and authority over demons and creation is restored. He must stop the gospel!

The annihilation of the north American Indian has his fingerprints all over the crime scene.

Remember how he works:
Through deception, he is a mind blinding spirit.
He comes only to kill, steal, and destroy (exactly what has been done, to all Indians with respect to the murder, the theft and destruction of traditional lands)

Through sickness, Jesus came to heal, and God is not the author of sickness, it is a result of the fall of man. God did not create it, for surely, sickness, suffering and disease is not good, and when He created the heavens and the earth:

Gen 1: 24 Then God said, “Let the earth bring forth the living creature according to its kind: cattle and creeping thing and beast of the earth, each according to its kind”; and it was so. 25 And God made the beast of the earth according to its kind, cattle according to its kind, and everything that creeps on the earth according to its kind. And God saw that it was good.

Acts 10:38 New King James Version (NKJV)
38 how God anointed Jesus of Nazareth with the Holy Spirit and with power, who went about doing good and healing all who were oppressed by the devil, for God was with Him.
Jesus only did the will of our Father, the Creator, and everything He did while on the earth, was only good. In this verse we see Jesus going about doing good. What good? Healing. Healing Who? All those oppressed of the devil. Who brought sickness? Satan and his minions, NOT GOD!

I will expound on this more, at a later time, but I am now convinced of this one thing.

God did not kill, orchestrate, nor in any way participate in the destruction of the North American Indian! In fact as I spend these years praying for various Indian tribes, what I hear and feel heaven saying on their behalf, is anger, and overwhelming grief. I find myself, weeping, sometimes sobbing uncontrollably, as Father God shares His heart for my Indian brothers and sisters, whose blood still cries from the earth.

I am convinced that many of those, are these described in Rev 6: 9 When the Lamb broke the fifth seal, I saw under the heavenly altar the souls of those murdered for holding fast to the word of God and their testimony. 10 They cried out in a great, singular voice.
Murder Victims: How much longer, O Lord, the holy One, the true One, until You pronounce judgment on the inhabitants of the earth? Until You avenge our blood
From the great cloud of heavenly witnesses, there has arisen a cry, for justice in the earth.

Now, at this time, I believe God, our Creator, the Great Spirit, has heard, and is answering…

Satan fears the North American Indian greatly, and is determined to destroy Him.

He has used sickness, disease, treachery, and deception planted in minds of wicked men, to do what he always does: kill, steal, and destroy, a great people, created in the image of God, for His glory.

“Our nation was born in genocide when it embraced the doctrine that the original American, the Indian, was an inferior race. Even before there were large numbers of Negroes on our shore, the scar of racial hatred had already disfigured colonial society. From the sixteenth century forward, blood flowed in battles over racial supremacy. We are perhaps the only nation which tried as a matter of national policy to wipe out its indigenous population. Moreover, we elevated that tragic experience into a noble crusade. Indeed, even today we have not permitted ourselves to reject or feel remorse for this shameful episode. Our literature, our films, our drama, our folklore all exalt it. Our children are still taught to respect the violence which reduced a red-skinned people of an earlier culture into a few fragmented groups herded into impoverished reservations.”

― Martin Luther King Jr.

We see the mind of godless men, described in Romans 1:

Romans 1:26-32
The Voice (VOICE)
26-27 This is why God released them to their own vile pursuits, and this is what happened: they chose sexual counterfeits—women had sexual relations with other women and men committed unnatural, shameful acts because they burned with lust for other men. This sin was rife, and they suffered painful consequences.
28 Since they had no mind to recognize God, He turned them loose to follow the unseemly designs of their depraved minds and to do things that should not be done. 29 Their days are filled with all sorts of godless living, wicked schemes, greed, hatred, endless desire for more, murder, violence, deceit, and spitefulness. And, as if that were not enough, they are gossiping, 30 slanderous, God-hating, rude, egotistical, smug people who are always coming up with even more dreadful ways to treat one another. They don’t listen to their parents; 31 they lack understanding and character. They are simple-minded, covenant-breaking, heartless, and unmerciful; they are not to be trusted. 32 Despite the fact that they are fully aware that God’s law says this way of life deserves death, they fail to stop. And worse—they applaud others on this destructive path.
These verses, about sum up the interaction of the first immigrants of the United States, with the indigenous people, or Indian tribes currently living here, when they arrived.
Yet, understand that humanity has a fallen nature, original sin, and that the one who fuels, empowers, and works through this murderous bunch is satan himself, planting in the minds of fallen men, destructive murderous thoughts.
2 Corinthians 4:4
The god of this age has blinded the minds of unbelievers, so that they cannot see the light of the gospel that displays the glory of Christ, who is the image of God.

Reminds of the guy who was walking down the street, when a ferocious dog bit him, and grabbed hold of his leg. He began to scream: ‘God, why did you let this dog attack me! God, I hate You for doing this to me!’

All the while the dog is chewing on his leg.

Moral: Kick the dog, not God! Kill it, but know that God is a good God, and that He did not send the dog to teach you something, or to punish you, but that an evil master did.

Do not blame God for the devils work!

Now, as for the wicked, deceitful white men that greedily killed, stole, and destroyed, they will keep their own appointment with Jesus, alone, to give an account of their lives. There is surely a heaven, and a hell, and I am convinced that many of them are presently burning there.

Forgive them! Rise above it. Refuse to be like them!

Hebrews 10:30
For we know him that hath said, Vengeance belongeth unto me, I will recompense, saith the Lord. And again, The Lord shall judge his people.
Some have said, but they deserve to die! Yes, but murder, bloodshed, vengeance, hate, and bitterness, only poisons us, they are already dead men walking. We will all give an account of our lives, alone, before Him who made us, one day, not so far away.
There are only two types of spirits in the earth, good and evil, God and devils, love or hate. Jesus said it this way:
Luke 9: 54 And when His disciples James and John saw this, they said, “Lord, do You want us to command fire to come down from heaven and consume them, just as Elijah did?”[e]
55 But He turned and rebuked them,[f] and said, “You do not know what manner of spirit you are of.
Nor do you, warrior. There is a fight for peace, justice, truth, healing, restoration, against hatred, bitterness, murder, and all that mess.
Yet, God is not calling us to lower ourselves to the wickedness of devilish men, but has given us far greater weapons, weapons of spiritual warfare, through the Word of God, to not only walk in dignity, honor, respect, and power, but also to attack satanic strongholds that hold the minds of men.
Let’s Pray:
‘Father God in Heaven, Creator, Great One, Giver of all life: Help me to see You, Your heart, Your truth, Your Son Jesus, and His way of honor, respect, dignity, mercy, and love. Father, teach me Your truth, make me a warrior for You, against sin, sickness, injustice, and every other work of devils and the devilish people that serve them, that I might fight for true justice, peace, healing, and the restoration of my people, in Your name I pray Lord Jesus, Amen’