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November 25, 2021 12:10 am
Donate and listen to the podcast WR WL.org all right we are back and I were going to take a look as we go back into actually three and again the diary of William Bradford before you start back. Remember how lately the left is gone after all Columbus Day regarded rotor Columbus Day ever going after things will now they're going after Thanksgiving Thursday article that was put out in the Wall Street Journal on the external one of those regarded get rid of this Thanksgiving. Thanking God and the data piece out there censuring the censoring the pilgrims as talking about how they run editorials all for long time and now the left is trying to censor anything about Thanksgiving and the holiday marijuana electric Christian regret American secular at Your religious thing. It could be a secular Festival but we've got to get God out. So this is a real battle. The work they were seen it happen in front of us. Right now, today, all across America. Well, you sold or posted to still hold to the faith we really, really have to stand fast and now we have done that all of these years we never backed up. We never stood down and again and we beg people and big people and bad people not to place her children in the public fools system know they're reaping what they sowed. And again I know I've mentioned many times how many times I've had women call me and wish that they had listened and not allow their children to go to public universities where the they lost all of their faith. But anyhow, so God has raised us up for such a time as this and we're going to run to this battle and were going to fight the fight and that you know that the good Lord told us that when he comes back, he's bringing the victory with him. So we have to worry about the victory he's gonna supply that we have to do is we gotta go out and get the job done to what he has raised us up to do is told us to be doers of the word not hearers only, deceiving yourself in this too many hearers only out there filling the pews of entertainment centers called churches that are hearers only, and not doers of the word, and a meditative function. Those of you that listen to me you'll regret that you regret that it's time right now you have an opportunity.
This is the time right now. God has calling you to stand up. First of all, the very first thing you need to do is make your salvation short make your salvation short and then run to this battle. If you are saved, there's gonna be some fighting you and that get get out and get her down and I would've picking up where we left off as we go through this here of William Bradford's diary. The major differences in the conditions were that the lands analysis cannot be divided up until the seventh year and that out of a week of seven days, two days would no longer be used for persons own employment or profit. Also, the patent granted them was and not for new England as hold for mom for the Northern Virginia land. These conditions would have a major effect on the success or the failure of the colony after great length the small ship to Speedwell was purchased and fitted in Holland it was planned that it would be used in the new colony for fishing always made ready for the journey another ship. The Mayflower was hired at London all seem finally ready. Everyone gathered the Plymouth England and awaited departure the day before leaving the separatists held a day of solemn prayer.
The pastor read from the Bible from Ezra 821 which says in there at the river but I have a I proclaimed a fast that we might humble ourselves before God and seek him a right way for us and for our children and for all of our substance. Everything being ready. Each family took to the proper ship and sales that that high.
The journey of the separatists to America had finally begun on August 5, 1620 102 men women and children had begun the great adventure at this point in the story, it should be noted that the smaller of the two ships to Speedwell became un-seaworthy twice. The separatists had returned to England in and leaving in. Finally, the Speedwell was sold.
Some people give up the rest were loaded on the larger ship. The Mayflower. This accounts for their late arrival at Cape Cod during the winter months.
The separatists now called pilgrims and finally left England on their voyage to America.
Their journey was great for a while, Fairwinds, and whether were enjoyed by all. For well for short season, wrote Bradford, then halfway across, they begin to encounter strong winds and fearsome storms and the ship was severely shaken. The upper deck. One of the mainmast powder and crack.
Everyone that the ship not mariners were even afraid I could tell from their talk that they wanted her back and went to the officers of the ship to discuss the situation. There was much discussion difference of opinion is what to do.
After considerable talk.
It was decided. The ship was strong enough. The mainmast was fixed by using a huge true which one of the pilgrims have brought with him from Holland. The large iron screw my printing press was used to hold the math in place. They caulked what they could in the upper decks with that they committed themselves to the will of God and resolve to proceed and after period of time and more storms finally reach Cape Cod that's interested at this point to ponder the fixing of the ships mast. Imagine for a moment of family packing her things in Holland. They couldn't take much only what was truly needed.
The father runs over and puts in a huge screw, one can just picture the discussion as to its true value. It was divine providence with solitude to it that the screw was on board the Mayflower Bradford rights at this point about the people they had mourned him such hardships even before the journey the trip and see had been miserable. Now they look at a land where there were no ends to welcome them. No friends to help them to get settled in. No places to refresh themselves. The apostles according to the Bible when they were shipwrecked were met by the natives with kindness and mercy. The natives that awaited on shore for the pilgrims were ready to meet them with bows and arrows.
Not only that there was no winner. If you've ever lived in the part of the country. No with the winters are cold and harsh fear storms are common. It was dangerous to travel much less explore an unknown seacoast with the people saw from the ship, with the vast wilderness full of wild animals and men behind them stood the vast Atlantic Ocean, which they had just crossed still between them and the rest of the civilized world. The ships officers and crew were growing restless. There was talk of just dropping the pilgrims and the things off at any shore. The pilgrims look back at all that it happened in all they had left behind. The hope which seemed so big and bright back and leg now seems so small. All that was left was the grace of God to sustain them. Bradford wrote of how they wondered if their children and grandchildren might say, our fathers were Englishmen, which came over this great ocean and were ready to perish in this wilderness, but they cried into the Lord and he heard their voice and looked upon their adversities. He delivered them from the hands of the oppressor.
Let them confess before the Lord is loving kindness and his wonderful works before the sons of men. The pilgrims and ride to Cape Cod on November 11 they had to find a place to live quickly.
The storms which had met during the which they had met during the voyage and carried the ship much farther north than had been planned the land they look about as part of the New England not Northern Virginia which they had their charter. There was talk among the pilgrims in the semen of how they would take their own liberties.
Once a land since there was no law at that time 41 of the pilgrims banded together to write them a flower compact was take a moment and read what it says will before we read the Mayflower compact. Just think about this how I would you feel you're there now you got these amongst them. You got a lot of these sailors that came one of the Lord sailors they were.
They were mostly all single men and here the pilgrims had their wives and these guys were looking made Bennett's shade all this time hadn't been with women. Not only that, but there was scarcely enough food to get by okay and what is one of voyage. It is, you know, I know ships they didn't have bathrooms and so would you have to do is they want in the date we kinda have like a little outhouse at the end of the ship over the edge of the ship and it was especially inconvenient for the ladies wouldn't the Christian ladies and so there were a lot of hardships there on that ship and and often to the Pilgrim in the Christian men would not be happy about some of the language being used today in America you know that language is used by the young women okay is gotten it's gotten pretty bad in some where to take a look at now the signing of the Mayflower compact you want to comment on that show before we go there. Are you there, Joe would lose you yeah I can hear you Meredith. Nothing happened or member.
It starts off in the name of God Amen and it is actually a covenant between them and God. It was the first political body that announced they would be covering. According to God and his law and established a precedent that was followed for several hundred years in this country that I'm going to go in and read the Mayflower compact in the name of God Amen we whose names are underwritten. The loyal subjects of our dread sovereign Lord King James by the grace of God whom Great Britain, France and Ireland King defender of the faith, having undertaken for the glory of God in advancement of the Christian faith, the honor of our King and country voyage to plant the first colony in the northern parts of Virginia do by these presents, solemnly and mutually in the presence of God and of one another, covet and combine ourselves together into a civil body politic for better ordering and preservation in furtherance of the ends before said and by virtue here of to an act constitute and frame sets just and equal laws and ordinances in acts, constitutions and offices from time to time, and shall be thought most meet inconvenient for the general good of the colony and to which we promise all do submission and obedience in witness whereof we have hereunder subscribed our names to Cape Cod 11 November in the year and the reign of the sovereign Lord King James of England, France and Ireland the 18th in the Scotland, the 54th 1620. So there you go. That was the Mayflower compact now.
Thank you Andrea founders just a little while later they learn what they said Sam Adams, the father, the revolution, as the Declaration of Independence was signed. He proclaimed or declared this date, we have restored, restart the sovereign to whom all men not to be obedient.
The range in heaven, and from the rising to the setting of the sun. Let his kingdom come here nominate their talk about the tremendous revisionist history.
They don't teach this kind of thing this country was set as a Christian nation all our people of all, John J, the first Chief Justice of the court Supreme Court Providence God has given to our people the choice of their rulers.
It is the duty as well as the privilege and interest of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers Pages of this stuff, that's no longer taught. No wonder the president comes out and says we are no longer a Christian nation where secular nation. This is Barack Obama because when you take God out of history you're rewriting the entire history of this nation. You cannot take God out of the Constitution founding fathers without destroying everything. Love you remember when Barack Obama said that we were actually more of a Muslim nation and Islamic nation.
We were could happen and so well the thing of it is this. We have to get in on this look at it this way, though.
If those of us who have been holding on and have been fighting back and we had been like so many others that said well is somebody else I'm too busy to worry about this and that you note just go ahead about their business looking for the American dream and not paying attention and not standing up not fighting back and that's what's happened over the years and now now they're starting to realize Joe. That way you know what we can lose all of our freedoms. This communism thing is getting very close and is getting very real and so now we're starting to see some awakening, but they've got to be much more aggressive than their they aren't right now is gonna be much more aggressive because the opposition is going to be more aggressive Wednesday. They already are. One quick article for Thanksgiving. There's an article in the Atlantic this Wednesday urging readers to use Thanksgiving as an opportunity to D program their conservative relatives. According to Molly John fast ABO plant the seed so just a little doubt or whatever Tucker Carlson saying now. Or maybe you'll need to report a relative to the FBI. She went on talks about how Thanksgiving is a disappointing day doesn't live up to the fantasy and she said the best Thanksgiving she ever spent was the one in rehab when she was 19. She went on just talking thick stuff like that and basically she said all you got family members that follow Kieran on need to be educated Thanksgiving about the covet back the safety and the authenticity of the 2020 election.
I've done 43 thanksgivings of my life. I'm here to tell you. Thanksgiving is terrible and if you at least spend the time trying to D program your relatives. You won't be bored or depressed. This Thanksgiving since this is the antichrist system folks, this is what we're up against. It is real. It is antichrist. They hate God they hate our faith. They hate us because we will hold onto our Christ and this is a real revolution that's that's the communist revolution in America are now listing the history you are living in it. You are watching it happen daily. I just read this week from the Rockefeller plan that they admit we had to win eight years ago that talked about the different ways of dividing and conquering the country and of course they went into we will have a pandemic and and and actually described as: 19, is not can be a very severe, but we're going to induce such fear and to the people that and that they will be taking these what they call the vaccines and and and those that have been faxed will be divided against the unthankful for the ball is not a vaccine it's a it's a bio weapon for and I got a call from today from a lady done.
She was kind of upset that I was talking to inches very close friend and unfortunately she hadn't been listening to the radio programming to going on got got the bio weapon shot. They well I would call it the kill shot and anyhow she was telling me how she was kind of upset because they now have Thanksgiving dinner and some of the people that would normally come are coming because you know they had taken the kill shies themselves but there with the grandchildren the five-year-olds had not taken the shot is lady to limited, she didn't want she didn't want a five euro lesson to do not do not listen to me.
Do not allow that child to take the kill shot for Kate and I filled out virus. More children die of the flu and a cold beer from culvert. They don't carry it. Don't pass that on the death rate in children is like .0005 is almost nonexistent except if you have a child stream ill other factors very bad other factors as just one big lie that they have put out there, but most of the doctors around the world that really are for the people for their patients are saying no children don't need it felt just that you will, but what we've been saying for a long time now is come in the past. We know there even in in England which is virtually socialist country is is now they are admitting that twice as many people are dying from the VAX from this what they called culvert twice as many of those that are faxed when you want to call back to taken the kill shots are dying more than 2 to 1 over those that have not taken the kill shot by the culvert Mexican adults and again like like you said you're figuring out don't give it to the children coming out they were slow to catch on that even now there are starting to come around and say no children don't need.
It's too dangerous. Not only that Job and even a lot of us older folks, you know how they got Nichols and we've gotten in. We survived it and you know because we had deadwood both of our immune system and I survived it without taking any Iver make dinner Hydro got just by having by taken the zinc and vitamin C so on and so forth and and building up the system and but others weren't enough, you have other things you note instances that can hit everybody the same, and there is different variants of it, but at limited. I would rather get the culvert any day. Then the than the poison than the D will shock you are not going. But Warwickshire have natural immunity. Very few people natural immunity are getting sick and were not the ones that are passing on the culvert note we gotta get back to the Plymouth Pan plantation right the 41 pilgrims signed the compact and then elected Mr. John Carver is the governor for that year work then proceeded on the storehouse and small cottages to live in laws were made as the need arose for their protection, both in the civil and military governments work on the town, which they called Plymouth went slowly as the winter storms raged the following months were hard and difficult times discontent within times way, but was handled with wisdom and patience by the governor. The saddest part of that first winter was that in those first 2 to 3 months. One half of their members died was especially bad in January and February which were the worst of the winter months. Housing was still not good. The people and sailors became infected with scurvy and other diseases which have been brought on by the long hard sea voyage during those months. Two or three people would die each day over 100 dieting and all at the end of the winter. There were barely 50 pilgrims remain of those remaining there were only six or seven that were of sound health. These few spent all their time and energy fetching wood for fires and taking care of the sick. Two men worked the hardest.
They were Mr. William Brewster and their Rev. Elder and Myles Standish. Their military commander. Their health was so good the entire time that they never were sick. These two men, God saw fit to guard those who work will we give of themselves unselfishly help others. Bradford wrote that he did not doubt that their rewards awaited in heaven for them during those first months the winter. The Indians would often come by the camp and watch, but when approached would run away once they even stole the pilgrims tools whether pilgrims and gone to dinner in about 16 March a certain ending came boldly against them. He spoke in broken English, which the pilgrims could understand and marvel that the Indian told of how he was a part of the part a part of the country but of an eastern part English ships had come to fish. The English had taught him to speak English and the return he taught them about the area and about the Indians living there. His name was al-Assad them is also spoke of another Indian name Squanto who was a native of the put Plymouth area but have been taken to England for a while and can speak better English. The pilgrims and Samoset talk to and entertain each other for a while and then he left. While later he returned with five other Indians and the tools which have been stolen. Samoset said they were making the way for their second chief called my Siad I do not like put out that right. Ms. Hoyt start NASA site above for five days later, their chief arrived with other Indians and one name Squanto.
The pilgrims in India. Chief made peace with each other and establish the following treaty.
Neither the Indians nor the pilgrims were to hurt or injure the other. If someone did hurt one of the other than the of the offender would be sent to the other for punishment if anyone if anything was stolen from either side and had to be returned.
If anyone would unjustly make war on the other than they would help each other they would let the other tribes in the area and the new arriving settlers know about these terms so please could be When they visited each other all weapons would be left behind.
Screen was now approaching the sick were growing better the dying had stopped. The pilgrims had gone through much with patients and contentedness. They were truly upheld by the hand of God in the beginning of April, the Mayflower was finally sent back to England. The Mariners have built lodgings for the winter were happy to finally be on their way home.
Time had arrived for planting. This was the first spring. All were able to begin the plan: Squanto was there to show them how one was of much help.
Squanto show them how to plan a fish with each seed or else the court when I grow the fish provided moisture and help to fertilize the state. He also show the hottest store winter to store water in and how to tend the corn. The when he sees with the pilgrims and brought with them did not go because they had gone bad during the sea voyage on September 18. The small boat was set out in the beta explore the area.
There were tales of an eastern people who would raid the villages and steel according kill the people they returned safely with plenty of beaver.
The men were sorry that the town had not been built on the other side. But God assigns the boundaries of each man's habitations God had different plans for the other areas. The pilgrims found the Lord to be with them and all that they did.
Bradford praised his name forever to all posterity. The seasons were getting on the pilgrims begin to gather in the small harvesting and get ready for the winter.
Many set about fishing and brought in cotton bass. Another fish there had been no no one all summer. Now they would have to store much so there would be no want during the long winter. Winter followed wild turkeys in Venice and another foods were stored away the storehouse was filled with they were done. Many run home to England, but all the food they had.
November 16 21 November 1621 arrived and with it a small ship which was not expected. Mr. Cushman of 35 other pilgrims arrived. Concern arose, not having enough food for the winter. As the newcomers arrived without provisions.
The new arrivals were welcome happily but it was wish that they had at least one closer beds over a plastic liquid when the new arrivals came the letter from Mr. Weston in England. He was upset on how long the Mayflower have been Capt. before his return. The fact that the ship did not return full of things to sell and many other complaints. The second ship called the fortune was quickly dispatched with a full cargo of clapboard and beaver skins for England. Mr. Cushman returned with the ship to inform Mr. Weston of all that it was going on in the colony. There were no there there were more pilgrims now waiting in Layton to come to England and Mr. Weston had promised to provide transportation for all who wanted to come after the ship left. The newcomers were placed with existing families in account of the provisions was taken. It was discovered that if they gave a everyone half of what they had anticipated the fluid last only six months they found it hard to be able to eat only half of what they had planned, but did so with the hope of more supplies, reaching them in May 2016, 22 with food almost completely gone. The pilgrims spotted a small ship in the bay and arrived from Mr. Weston with seven more pilgrims but no provisions. Mr. Weston's other ships were a short distance away fishing, but would not venture to Cape Cod.
Everyone was by then hungry, they were reminded of Psalm 118 eight is better to trust in the Lord than to have confidence in man, Mr. Weston was happiness that more pilgrims that always seem to forget to set more forget to send more food pilgrims now and in desperation turn to God in the Bible for comfort all their hopes for help from Mr. Weston were gone all his promises to provide for them were empty words. Many became very bitter in spirit about their plight. Shortly thereafter Mr. Weston again sent a ship with 60 more men to the colonies. These men would eventually go to the Massachusetts Bay before while they were placed with the pilgrims. Many were sick and had to be taken care of. Food was running out.
These newcomers were unruly bunch Bradford and the others became fearful of what would happen to the colony. The 60 men finally left for Massachusetts babe and families growing each day just when all seemed lost, the Lord who never fails provided.
Again, a small ship was cited ship was from Virginia. The captain spared all that he could and told his men to do the same.
The pilgrims receive not only food with knowledge of the area in relation to Virginia the phone when divided for so many did not amount to much. But God blessed and it was enough to keep them until harvest.
The harvest, which now was right was too small and was not enough for the whole year. The people were not accustomed to growing Indian corn, many could not work hard due to starving part of the harvest was stolen before it can wipe them away starving people looked as though the next year would be another one a famine in unless something unless something happened.
Now, once again, by God's providence, the ship arrived. It had been sent to explore all the harbors between Virginia and Cape Cod. It was well-stocked with English beads and knives which were good for trading with the Indians. The pilgrims traded beaver skins for these items and hope for trading with the Indians for corn. About this time the men whom Mr. Weston has settled in messages they begin to run short of supplies.
They begin to wonder what would happen to them.
Bradford 100 how quickly they were in need of supplies as they have been completely supplied by ship. They soon starved and begin to die. The ones who lived would brag of how strong they were. The pilgrims knew the truth. It is God who can make the weak to stand in the stronger fall, not Plymouth. No supplies were heard of nor nor did they expect any. The leader said about trying to think about waited to grow more corn before wind to keep everyone from starving.
After much discussion, the governor William Bradford now is Mr. Carver had died suggested the answer.
Each family was given a plot of ground and corn. The plan would become the responsibility for each family to grow their own food results were amazing. The children were busy planning women happily went into the fields to work even the leak in the young became involved in the production of food. This resulted in more corn being produced in the colony would have the other way that is in this was the start of individual farming, which replaced collective farming or socialism, which did not work.
The wise men of old have long believed that if all the people were brought into a society where they all shared everything no matter what they did, then the people would be happy and prosperous. When Bradford found using the idea and Plymouth was that the people were confused, discontentment, and did not want to work the young men who were strong did not want to work hard for other men's wives and children without extra pay. The person was sick and cannot work was thought to be wrong to want floated in clothing, which he did not help the grower to make the lives did not want to do the work of four other men like watching a closing fixing their meals, many thought that this had been a form of slavery.
Bradford's on the people and corruption which they could not help God in his wisdom, so another course for them to take as each day ended in this new adventure every family would not know if there would be food the next day. Prayers were raised in a high and new meaning of the words became known give us our daily bread.
The new method of producing food was met with patients in a hearty spirit which lasted for the most part of the next two years, and so here as we take a look at this here.
By this time there was only one good fishing boat left, they divided up the group to take terms of fishing limits. No sooner was the boat emptied of its cargo than another group took her part out each group would not come home until the they caught something for they knew that there was nothing in home if they were to return with nothing. It would be of great discouragement to the rest when the fishing was hard and all the people would hunt for shellfish which could be caught during the low tide. It would also hunt for groundnuts and and foul at this point, Bradford told about the trials of farming. It seems that people worked long and hard wood that large crops just did not seem to appear. The Lord sent a drought which lasted from the third week in May into the middle of July.
There was no rain, only a grade 8. The corn began to wither away. In spite of the fact that it had been planted with fish from moisture. It was at this point that a day of prayer was set aside for the entire colony. The next day was clear and hot medic light in the sky but towards evening. This guy became overcast and it began to rain. The rain did not pour down, which would have just washed out all the plants but he came down in the general suite missed just the right amount and not too much or too hard. The rains came with no window worth on the range quickly revived the corn. Other fruit trees. The Indians marveled at the blessing of the reigning God then sent seasonal rains until was time for the harvest through the rains in the warm weather which God provided. The harvest was the largest they had ever had. There was much rejoicing in the colony to thank God for all that he had done they set aside one day and the day of Thanksgiving to God for delivering them.
Thus, in 1623, the first Thanksgiving day was held to praise God.
Next Thanksgiving day as we sit down to the table full of turkey and vegetables roles in such we need to remember that's tomorrow 1623. It was in that year that God deliver the pilgrims on the famine about 14 days later, the ship called Anna arrived and Mr. William Paris was the captain with him or 60 more people for the colony somewhere wives and children of men already at the colony.
Some became very useful due to the skills there were also some who were not pilgrims but who the Virginia company had said could own their own land, but were to remain under the government of the colony. These people were to cause problems later on the newcomers to the colony were not prepared for what they found many wish they were back in England. Others fell to the ground weeping.
All were full of sadness, their friends, however, rejoiced to see their old friends. The conditions did not bother them now and look forward to better days with friends and around them. The pilgrims welcomed the newcomers with a dinner of lobster and fish food was still tight so water was the only other thing that they could offer God, however, gave them strength and health so that they would know that Deuteronomy 83 was right man lives, not by bread alone, but by every word that comes out of the mouth of God.
The plan is now that the corn was right were afraid that the court would be given to the newcomers who had brought some provisions, but not enough to make it through the year until the next harvest. Bradford as governor decided that the planners were to keep their food in the newcomers were to keep their provisions. If either ran out they could purchase food from the other. This seemed to please everyone.
The ship and listen laden with clapboard to be taken back to England. Beaver and other skins were also sent back.
Mr. Winslow also returned England to report to the company and purchase things that the colony colony might need. By now it was time for the colony to hold his yearly elections in the number of people had grown considerably. Bradford wanted more assistance to the governor elected to help them with all the problems which were beginning which were Edwards were coming up the people elected five people as assistance to help the governor as spring arrived again. The colonists found that they did not starve the good harvest they had reaped through their individual efforts at worked they set about now with renewed energy. Each family worked hard in their land.
Corn became surprised more highly than silver. Those with extra corn would use it as trade amongst himself. Someone had money, he found that the corn was the preferred trade such a good harvest was important for many reasons not the least of these barter the people now approach to the governor with a request up to this point the language was farmed one year was given to another. Next, now they requested that the land the same and be allowed to be worked each year.
That way a person can reap the benefits of fertilizing and hard work done the year before. Instead of having another profit. This was agreed on, and each person was given an acre of land near the town to farm until the seven years were up by keeping the farm small and close together safety and defense was improved. Now there were many other inventions which the pilgrims had they went through many trials and hardships, but they always were steadfast in Their faith in God at the end of the diary. Bradford told about the spirit of the people in the new land.
With the growth of more people in New England. Many came in many types of wickedness. He arrived and he marveled at its growth since if any wickedness was found. It was severely punished. The punishments cannot bring in, and in many different since it caused him to wonder that and the fear at the consideration of the corrupt nature of man in this place was so many of God's miracles were shown is still grew. He considered the possibly the devil carried a great a greater spirit against the churches of Christ in those spreading the gospel. Bradford demanded to know just how so many wicked and profane people should so quickly come over to the new land and mix with God's people. He remembered that the main reason for the settling of the land had been for freedom of religion.
Bradford then attempted to answer his own question. First, it had to be remembered that whenever Jesus sows the good seed in basement try to so bad. Second, the labor was so great to start a new life with the building of so much and doing without so much that the idea of just taking what someone else had already built became great. Third, and the rest of Brittany got a people to the new land set begin to make a trade of it and did not care who they had brought over this many unworthy people arrived here forth God bless his people both inwardly and outwardly knowing this many people like to follow God's people to reap the benefits. Is this people following Christ around so that they might eat of the loaves of bread the same reason that when the Israelites left Egypt. There were many who went along just to be out of Egypt. Thus in 20 years time Bradford wanted of the good parts might also be going bad.
In the concluding parts of this section of Bradford's history, which we have been studying Bradford talks again of the pilgrims Bradford admire the great providence of God in spite of the many changes and hardships which the people went through even with the many difficulties they had to meet God brought many of them to ripe old age. Many of them reached the age of the 60s 8570. Some even lived until 80 years old as Bradford did the same extraordinary that it should be. So, since famine, unwholesome food and drinking a lot of water, sorrows, troubles and such were thought to be the enemies of old age. Yet all of these things and more. Did the pilgrims partake. They went from England to Holland which had worse air. They were inspired to speak in the whole of a ship for weeks on end and think of all the trials they suffered.
Upon their arrival in New England. As with the apostles in second Corinthians 1126 and 27 there were often journeyed in the perils of winter of water and perils of robbers in the perils of their own nation perils among the heathen, and perils of the wilderness and perils of the sea and perils among false brothers in weariness and faithfulness, and watching often and hunger and thirst, fasting, and often cold and nakedness. What was it that upheld them. It was the visitation from God which impelled them, says Bradford and Job 1012 says you have given me life in grace in your visitations is preserved my spirit, the God who upheld the apostles impelled them to and they were persecuted, but not forsaken Stump but did not perish. Second Corinthians 49 says is unknown. And yet, known as dying, and behold, we live visitation and yet are not killed. Second Corinthians 69, God's things would have all men to behold and observe such mercies and works of his Providence. As these are towards his people that they like cases might be encouraged to depend upon God in their trials and also bless them his name when he sees his goodness towards others and were out of time for tonight how much time do we have here in so again many lives not vibrate man lives, not by bread alone. Remember, and I want to wish all of you out there listing tonight, most blessed Thanksgiving and I watch the think about just how much you have to be thankful for Joe to have a closing comment here.
It really sometimes God blesses us in ways that we don't even see keeps us from dangers cases from illnesses is filled us with love and joy and laughter and even earned even bless and thank you for the tribulations and strengthen our faith.
Amen Randy well I'm thankful to be part of this ministry and the witness on them on to God, not a chance to attempt to love people verbally as well as on my knees and mending these. Thank you for that and also for our marvelous listening audience. Lisa and I think the praise the Lord.
First of all, for my salvation and also for bringing me here to Ohio where I have a real pastor, real church and will service together with all these wonderful brothers and sisters in Christ are lit, I'm just thankful also to be here and death. I see that many past my life's taken and this brought me here to be a little bit. Part of this ministry and just so thankful for all the wonderful people here and I kinda see God's plan to help us fight the fighting in the and encourage others thankful for all the blessings and all of the letters that we received from the folks out there that if that help and support of this ministry, and over all of the years in again. We could not do what were doing and working to continue because we serve an awesome God and he reigns from heaven and I with wisdom, power and love and and that we can continue and I want to encourage all of you out there to remember that that the Lord said he would bring the victory and he will. God will always always do what he says he always has, and he always will and he's told us the times are going to get tough. We're living in now what is called the evil day, and we see the rising of the antichrist will system and so right now he is called you. He's raised you up to stand at this time. Do not let them down. Show him that you can run a good race. You can find a good fight and if you do that someday you will hear well done my good and faithful servant. Good night God bless happy Thanksgiving and keep my eye, I thanks for listening to the voice of the Christian resistance once right what's left posted by Pastor Bernie Sanders to learn more about our ministry. Please visit us online at www.W IW and not on the student next time for meditation, once right to left preceding program is sponsored by what's right what's left ministries and is responsible for its content