Post 9/11 Era
Today, 14 years after the September 11 attack on New York City's Twin Towers, the American people can finally put the whole 9/11 experience behind them; it has ceased to have any relevance to the future of American Culture. No one saw the opportunities of overcoming evil through the teachings of Eashoa Msheekha (Jesus the Messiah.) No one mentioned His name. It was all political rhetoric and vengeance. People talked of justice, but not what was morally right. And so the opportunities for lasting peace in the world were lost forever.
Even though 9/11 had a profound effect on the politics of the world -- it destroyed the country of Iraq and disrupted most of the countries of the Middle East -- on a cultural level it had no effect on most nations of the world.
The biggest effect of 9/11 was on the American Culture itself: America is no longer a 'Christian Country.' All vestiges of phony Christianity have been wiped out, and strangely the country is going to be better off for it; no more using the Bible as a political weapon against other nations and their religions.
Forty years from now a new generation of Americans might rise and begin studying the Scriptures of the Ancient Church of the East and return to Apostolic Christianity. By then the world will be completely different, of course -- because without Eashoa Msheekha nothing of value survives -- so there might be a fresh new outlook for what Maryah Allaha (the Lord God) has in store for humanity.
Every day now all one has to do is turn on the TV to the news stations and there are thousands of disasters around the world. There is no need to prophesy, as evil dominates most all of the events in the world. Everything can plainly be seen.
The Scriptures remain as the only source of truth in the world. The teachings of Eashoa Msheekha are a continued source of hope for the future.
September 11, 2015
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