Who is Your God?
Who is your God? They will ask! The nations today live in darkness and yet see it as light. Men have religion and see it as hope. God commands all men to repent. This Expose asks “Who is your God.”
By The Watchman
Dana G Smith
Who is your God? Living in the Midwest for me has been a life so different than many in the world, yet it is in many respects the same. I have known of America’s destiny and what was coming since a young man. It has been a struggle with both God and man for me. That knowledge has been with me through thick and thin, i.e. to say in all of life’s up’s and down’s. Because of the Lord God and what I saw not only as a young man, but what I learned from the Word of God and prayer, I wanted a record. A record in paper to stand on that I declared what I believed the Lord God told me. That record was the book D Day for America, written in 2006. I started out my book D Day for America by talking about the land bridge to America and the people who migrated to this land in the very early part of the Americas as it was known. One word would describe what I believed was coming, “Apocalypse”.
Furthermore, I have watched movies that depict the discovery of America. In these those from the east come in big ships and are usually greeted by the Native Americans who were already here. In Mel Gibson’s Apocalypto he digresses the way the natives lived then in paganism, bloodshed, violence, and even with that, they had families and towns. They became known as the Mayas, Aztecs, and other Indian groups in the modern world. These civilizations became extinct.
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In one scene at the end an Indian husband, father, and warrior who had been taken captive was able to escape. He finally made it back to where his people were, but they were either dead or still in captivity. Those who chased him did so and many were killed in the process. The final scene has two of the warrior Indians left who were after this one lone Indian. Exhausted and barely able to go on, he stops as he leaves the jungle and kneels on the sands of the Atlantic. He gazes out and stares as the two Indians who were going to kill him see what he does and also stares. These two pass him by and walk towards the large ships anchored. Smaller boats of Spaniards with Cortez aboard come to the shore. They don’t see the danger, but the lone Indian leaves and goes into the jungle. He finds his wife and son alive and they go into the dark recess of the jungle to keep away from those he saw. They were dangerous; they would change lifestyles, cultures, and people. In the process civilizations and people would be destroyed. The point of the movie is the title, “Apocalypto”.