What legacy have you left today? — Greg Gerber

  • A quote about fake ballots in New York.
  • The irony of allowing abortion while insisting that people wear masks to “save lives.”
  • How racism will end when a certain group of people stop using it as a political weapon.
  • How an audit is just “fact checking” an election.
  • Why there is nothing immoral about using your enemies’ weapons and tactics against them, or finishing what your enemy started.
  • If your voice held no power, they wouldn’t try to silence you.
  • When you became one with Christ, you became a master over all the powers of the world.
  • Jesus did not preach love and acceptance, he preached love and repentance.
  • A warning about the dangers of the Food and Drug Administration allowing Aspartame to be served to you.
  • That you should ask the government why it is illegal to grow hemp.
  • That people who are elected to Congress receive $1,175.68 per day for doing nothing.
  • How the “gubmint and media” work to manipulate and divide people.
  • A nice photo of a modern farmhouse kitchen.
  • How California is banning state-sponsored travel to 17 states over their LGBTQ laws.
  • Why Portland police told protestors that the victim of a police-involved shooting was an adult white male to prevent rioting.
  • Statistics about the blistering hot inflation in June.
  • A memory of a painting he created in 2017.
  • A quote from Vladimir Lenin about the need to carefully ration precious liberty.
  • How we have become very good at spitting out scriptures like a machine, but we are not doing so well in the area of our consciousness of Him. Dwelling/abiding has to do with awareness/consciousness.
  • How politicians believe one person’s death is a tragedy, but a million is simply a statistic.
  • The irony of requiring a vaccination card to travel, but asking for an ID to vote is “suppression.”
  • Why the mainstream media is our enemy.
  • A story about an FBI agent arrested for raping a small child.
  • How the National Security Agency is sitting on every call, text, chat and banking transaction to protect elite pedophiles and Wall Street criminals.
  • An image of a patent obtained by Microsoft to create a cryptocurrency using body cavity data.
  • Advice that “if it’s God’s will for you to be sick, stop going to the doctor and fighting against God. See how stupid this sounds?”
  • A graphic depicting the perpetual cycle of a sugar addiction.
  • Explaining why Trump should not have signed up with Rumble because it is a Canadian company committed to censorship.
  • A meme stating, “Imagine, if you will, a group of people so disgusting they have to make laws making it illegal to hate them.”
  • A story about the same software being found on Michigan and Pennsylvania voting systems.
  • A photo of a Marine using a flamethrower during World War II.
  • A very old, colorized photo of a mining town in South Dakota in 1877.
  • A post about how the second amendment was created to restrict government from interfering in the right to keep and bear arms.
  • A statement that we could be on the verge of civil war within a few days if the Arizona election audit results are as bad as predicted.
  • A linked story asking if Fauci and the CDC will be sued for lying about Ivermectin killing Indians.
  • A video of people protesting in London against the COVID lockdowns.
  • How it is believed information is automatically being sent to people all over earth following the death of software developer John McAfee, and why it means big trouble for “big players” around the globe.
  • How a Chinese whistleblower claims that 5 million fake ballots were printed in China and shipped to the United States for use in the 2020 election.
  • A post about how Trump was right about everything.
  • A video about an event shown from three different perspectives to prove how easy it is to portray false information.
  • A story about a government witness admitting to fabricating evidence against Julian Assange.
  • That he was “marked safe” from being nuked by Joe Biden today.
  • A quote made by Eric Trump about Hunter Biden.
  • A photo of a woman holding a sign saying “You don’t believe you have been lied to and brainwashed because you have been lied to and brainwashed.
  • Suggesting that John McAfee didn’t “uninstall” himself.
  • “Biden is an idiot controlled by evil puppet masters. He gave Russia a list of critical infrastructure to not attack. Moron.”
  • A post claiming “If you think the COVID-19 was an accident you are really dense.”
  • Reposting a quote, “When professing Christians minimize, ignore and malign God’s clear teaching on sexuality, they signal to predators that it’s acceptable and unproblematic withing the Christian worldview to define our own standards for a moral sexual ethic.”
  • A video about a woman who catches catfish with her bare hands.
  • A story about how Nike is a company of China and for China.
  • A photo of a farmhouse living room design.

My father’s final message

  • The cold weather in Oshkosh, Wis.
  • Asking how college classes were going for me.
  • Encouraging me to get a job closer to home to save on gas.
  • Thanking me for the Christmas gift I got him.
  • Praising the new girls’ basketball team he just started coaching.
  • How the world looked like it was going to hell and that we may all be working for Uncle Sam some day.
  • An ominous warning that he had not been feeling good with “very bad” pains in his chest and left arm. However, he reported passing a stress test with flying colors.
  • He was convinced he had a blockage on the left side of his heart, but his doctors disagreed and gave him pain medication.
  • Was it about the political turmoil in the United States?
  • Was it the local weather?
  • What is how his basketball team would perform in the next game?
  • Was he fearful that his heart would soon stop for good?
  • Knowing he was a captive, helpless audience, was Satan slinging accusations and lies at his mind to question his salvation and assurance of heaven?
  • Did he wonder if he’d have another chance to tell his family how much he loved them?
  • Did he wish he could apologize and make amends for mistakes he made?
  • Was he thinking of advice he’d really like to give to people to avoid the same mistakes he made?
  • Was he wondering what his friends and family would remember most about him?
  • Was he concerned about what his legacy was going to be?

What legacy have you left today?

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Greg Gerber

Greg Gerber

I write to ignite bored-again Christians and infuse them with God's kingdom power to become productive, passionate disciples of Jesus and live life to the full.