On The Eve Of The Prayer To Put Division In The Camp Of Thine Enemies: Starbucks CEO On Presidential Election: 'What We Don't Need Is Division'
Every 1st of the month at midnight the above prayer is posted. Some of you prayer this prayer. Not many. But apparently not many are needed to be heard by the Blessed Trinity to cause division in the Camp of His enemies.Eternal Father I Offer Thee The Cross Of Our Lord Jesus Christ And All The Instruments Of His PassionThat Thou Mayest Put Division In The Camp Of Thine EnemiesAs Thy Beloved Son Has Said A Kingdom Divided Against Itself Shall FailArise, O Lord, and let Thine enemies be scattered. Let them that hate Thee flee from before thy faceArise, O Lord, and let Thine enemies be scattered. Let them that hate Thee flee from before thy faceArise, O Lord, and let Thine enemies be scattered. Let them that hate Thee flee from before thy face
This prayer for those few who pay attention is working.
I should keep track of all the divisions that occur after this pray is posted.
Some of you notice.
Some fear. Like the CEO of Starbucks. He doesn't want division. But I do.
Pope Francis doesn't want division. But I do.
So please if you desire the restoration of all things in Christ, you must understand that this comes about by causing division in society. Harsh as it may seem, it is a truth. The enemies of God need to be divided. No standing army is needed. Just a few praying this prayer to cause division in the Camp of His enemies.
Here is the CEO - he is afraid, as he should be.
Starbucks CEO on presidential election: 'What we don't need is division'
Starbucks (SBUX) founder, chairman and CEO Howard Schultz is considered one of the best business leaders of our generation. But he has also been outspoken on a range of political and social issues. He told Yahoo Finance he was disappointed with how the election has developed. “What would we say to all of the young people in America watching the behavior of the candidates over the last few months in the presidential primary season?” he said. “Is that the kind of behavior we want to model for young children in America? We clearly have such significant, substantive problems that require civility, a high level of intellect, and what we don’t need is division and vitriol and the kind of things that would divide us.” Yahoo Read More>>>>>>