Never Go Gentle

For a while now, there have been two lines of poetry that will spontaneously pop into my mind. They go like this: “Do not go gentle into that good night. / Rage, rage against the dying of the light.” These words come from a 1952 piece by Dylan Thomas entitled “Do not go gentle into that good night.”

I believe the meaning of these words is especially poignant at this hour. This nation is about to fall into night, into inescapable darkness. Should we stay quiet about that? No. We must, in Thomas’s words, “rage against the dying of the light.”

America is a Light to all the nations of the world. Don’t rest while the devil is doing his best to extinguish her Light.

On that note, here is a poem I wrote using two slightly modified lines of Thomas’s classic.

Never Go Gentle

Do not go gentle into that dark night.

Rage, rage against the dying of your Light.

So that evil cannot prevail tonight,

Fight, fight with all of your heart, soul, and might.

Because the stakes have never been higher,

Burn, burn with that Holy Spirit fire.

For battles won and battles yet to come,

Rise, rise until the shining of the Son.

Our journey and task are too far from done;

Come, come let us join hands and march as One.

For Her cause is just, and Her cause is pure;

Roar, roar that right may triumph once again more.

Never go gentle into that dark night.

Rage, rage against the dying of Her Light.

I won’t be long-winded about this one. I simply want you to take it like it is—a call to war, to fight with all of your might for this cause—the cause of America, the cause of freedom, the cause of Christ. Trust me, it is worth fighting for.

Not going gentle,


P.S. Your vote will affect billions. Donald Trump’s reelection and the freedom to evangelize, to propagate the Good News throughout America and throughout the world, are inextricably linked. Your vote, or lack thereof, will tell the world who you serve. Do you serve Christ or the anti-Christ? The world may never know the contents of your vote because we vote by secret ballot, but Heaven will know, and Heaven will record what you chose. And remember—There are record books in Heaven that supersede all earthly record books.

To make your voice heard for Christ, for truth, for justice, and for righteousness at the polls, you must be registered to vote. Registration windows have closed already in some states, but some allow voter registration even on the day of the election, November 3rd. Click here to find out how to register in your state.

If you need help in figuring out who to vote for in local and state elections, click here to get a faith-based voter guide. Do your own research, and don’t forget how important school board elections are for this nation’s future and your children’s future!

And perhaps most importantly, VOTE IN-PERSON.

Do not be afraid, but in wisdom and prudence, you should consider making a few practical preparations for the week of the election. For example, stocking up with enough food, water, and other essentials (e.g. medicines) for a week or two. Let Holy Spirit guide you on what to do and what not to do. The Lord bless you and keep you, always!

Awake, sleeping giant! Open your eyes; it’s time!

STOP! Don’t share this post on social media! If you are afraid of cancel culture and Big Tech censorship, then do NOT share this post. Because they will go after you for sharing this kind of material, a.k.a. the Truth. (Just like they are doing to evangelist Mario Murillo.) Don’t for a second believe they won’t. Sharing is not for the faint of heart. BUT GO DO IT ANYWAY!

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