THE SLAVATION ARMY CAN NO LONGER HIDE THE TROUBLING FUTURE IT HAS CAST FOR ITSELF. THE WOKE JUSTICE MOVEMENT WHICH LED THEM TO DEMAND DONORS REPENT OF RACISM DID GAINED ATTENTION. YET THE APOSTATE COMPROMISE RUNS MUCH DEEPER.
Rev Thomas Littleton
Another historic Christian Institution is gone down the worm hole of the United Nations Global Justice Sustainability Goals. There is NO coming back.
By 2014 it was obvious that the Salvation army was veering sharply to the left and appeasing activist culture like the Human Rights Campaign .
By the time you heard the Christmas donor bells ringing during shopping season the situation had obviously gotten much worse as the Salvation Army released a GUIDE asking white donors to repent of racism. YET a deeper look at the Salvation Army’s International Social Justice Commission and its work with the United Nations proves just how far the once Gospel centered ministry has fallen.
WHY WE SEEK JUSTICE
- To promote a vision of justice based on the life and teaching of Jesus Christ.
- To advocate and advise on social, economic, political issues and events which lead to the perpetuation of injustice in the world.
- To amplify the voices of poor, marginalized and oppressed people and translate their real life insights into policies, practices and life-giving opportunities.
‘”God is still leading and blessing the Army. With that comes a clear call … to link who we are with the very essence of what we do, the mission that is ours. […] It is a call to be a justice-focused Army.’- The Officer – July-September 2018“
THE FULL GLOBAL GOALS BUY IN OF SALVATION ARMY
The UN Sustainable Development Goals are the globalist dream list of redistribution and global governance attainments and how to nuance compliance of them by faith based organizations to serve in the grand scheme called Agenda 2030 . Other “Christian” organizations have already sold out to the Globalist like the Lausanne Movement , Rick Warren’s Purpose Driven and PEACE Plan and the Catholics current Pope Francis who in Sept 2015 fully embraced the scheme at the UN itself. At that time the shortened timeline for attaining the Global Goals controls had been by 2050 but the progress under the Obama administration had enabled 20 years to be shaven off the timeline and the movement renamed Agenda 2030.
HERE IS SALVATION ARMY IN ITS OWN GLOBAL GOALS ALIGNMENT WORDS
Why should we get involved with the SDGs?
“The fact that world leaders agreed on a set of goals reflecting values which The Salvation Army has promoted for 125 years is something to be welcomed – especially as it can result in positive change for the poorest and most vulnerable people. The goals identify issues and promote values very familiar to Salvationists: equality of all people with no discrimination; the well‐being of all people with all people able to flourish; being good stewards of the earth and its resources; seeking peace and security for all people. These are values that shine through the Bible and have inspired Christians for more than 2000 years. All people, without exception, are made in the image of God and are equally precious to him (Genesis 1:27‐31). In the Sermon on the Mount, Jesus declared: ‘Blessed are the peacemakers for they shall be called the children of God’ (Matthew 5:9). Jesus declared that he came that we might ‘have life and life in all its fullness’ (John 10:10). The SDGs recognise a lesson The Salvation Army learnt many years ago – people and communities need to participate in their own development. In addition, The Salvation Army recognises the importance of integration. Just as God created people as integrated persons with body and soul so those seeking to participate in God’s mission to save the world should not fragment services or treat only the body while trying to ignore the soul and spiritual healing. General André Cox is encouraging The Salvation Army to focus attention on the SDGs in every programme. This does not mean only in the developing world. The goals are universal, for every nation, for all people, everywhere.”
“The International Social Justice Commission is The Salvation Army’s strategic voice to advocate for human dignity and social justice with the world’s poor and oppressed. Building on The Salvation Army’s participation in the United Nations since 1947, the International Social Justice Commission has embraced the 17 United Nations Sustainable Development Goals as a focus of its research, teaching, policy, and coalition-building work. The International Social Justice Commission staff are deployed in New York, Vienna, Geneva and Nairobi.The Salvation Army International Social Justice Commission (ISJC) promotes constructive conversation and respect among individuals. In participating on this page users agree to respect other people’s differences and engage in mutual understanding. The ISJC reserves the right to remove or edit any comments that it considers inappropriate or unacceptable.”
SALVATION ARMY WANTS TO THINK THE WORLD HAS ALIGNED WITH THE GOSPEL AND THE SALVATION ARMYS MISSION?
While Intersectionality is ravaging the Southern Baptist Church and other denominations and setting them up to be pillaged by the feminist /metoo movement and forced into “Diversity Equity and Inclusion” culture -the Salvation Army has chosen to be an ally for the feminist justice /intersectionality march through the institutions.
NOTE the Salvation Army has always been an egalitarian movement so why does it need to champion feminine theory calls for “justice” ?
SOME OF THE KEY ELEMENTS OF THE PARTNERSHIP WITH GLOBAL JUSTICE
CRY JUSTICE “
“The international Salvation Army is being called to prioritise prayer, specifically for justice on behalf of women and girls.“
“In every context of injustice females suffer most. Globally, women do three times more unpaid care work than men. The gap is largest in Northern Africa and Western Asia, but it exists in every region. Globally one in two women who are murdered are murdered by a male partner or family member. 71 per cent of all trafficking victims globally are females.”
“Our hearts anguish to see the images and read the headlines. We cry out for justice in the streets, and before God in prayer.”
“Will you join us in seeking justice together, by crying out to God in prayer for justice in the earth, following the example of the persistent widow as described by Jesus? ‘And will not God bring about justice for his chosen ones, who cry out to him day and night? Will he keep putting them off?’”
“WOMEN LEADING IN THE CHURCH”
(NOTE THE JUSTICE AND RACIAL NARRATIVES DEVELOPED BY THE QUESTIONS IN THIS SALVATION ARMY EVENT.)
“What challenge have you faced as women of colour leaders? What has it been like to sit at the decision-making tables?
What difference do you think it makes to have Women of Colour at the table where decision are binging made? How has it taken shape in your own experience as leaders.
What violence against Women and girls do you see that needs to be eliminated in the context of the Church?
Is the Church ahead or behind of the larger society when it comes to embracing Women’s leadership? How do we model that in the church?“
SALVATION ARMY WANTS TO TEACH KIDS SOCIAL JUSTICE INDOCTRINATION
WORKING WITH SAVE THE CHILDREN SALVATION ARMY IS PUTTING FORTH THIS GUIDE
“12 TIPS YOU CAN TRUST:
Talking with Children About Racism
and Social Justice”
“Every child has the right to grow up healthy, educated and safe – regardless of race, gender or socioeconomic status. Systemic change to end racism is essential to achieving this vision.
Save the Children was founded over 100 years ago to fight for universal values and
children’s rights. However, we also live in a society that still suffers from a legacy of
institutional racism. This is a difficult time for America, and for anyone who believes in and is fighting for a more just world.
Save the Children remains committed to fighting for what is right and against injustices. We proudly stand in solidarity with the Black community.
As you seek ways to navigate conversations with children in your life about recent events, including violence, and race in America, we are here for you. We know that these are not easy conversations to have. Nor are they a one-time occurrence. There is also no unique individual or organization that holds all the answers to every question that may arise. But we encourage you to use the following tips to start a conversation or as a continuation, aimed at helping children to better understand what is happening around them.”
THE SALVATION ARMY PARTNERSHIPS WITH THE UNITED NATIONS IN SOCIAL JUSTICE PROVIDE ANNUAL REPORTS. ON THIER APOSTATE ACCOMPLISHMENTS
“The high-level political forum on sustainable development (HLPF) is the core United Nations platform for follow-up and review of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development and its 17 Sustainable Development Goals.”
“The meeting of the HLPF in 2021 was held from Tuesday, 6 July, to Thursday, 15 July 2021, under the auspices of the Economic and Social Council. This included the three-day ministerial meeting of the forum from Tuesday, 13 July, to Thursday, 15 July 2021“
SALVATION ARMY PLAYS THE RACE CARD
“LET’S TALK ABOUT RACISM”
“Consistent with its scriptural foundations, The Salvation Army stands against racism in all forms. Our International Positional Statement on Racism makes that clear.“
“Elements of the recently issued “Let’s Talk About Racism” guide led some to believe we think they should apologize for the color of their skin, or that The Salvation Army may have abandoned its Biblical beliefs for another philosophy or ideology. That was never our intention, so the guide has been removed for appropriate review.”
SALVATION ARMY AND “REFUGEE CARE”
“THE SALVATION ARMY
INTERNATIONAL POSITIONAL STATEMENT
REFUGEES AND ASYLUM SEEKERS”
“The Salvation Army is gravely concerned for the needs of the millions of people who are refugees and asylum seekers. People are fleeing their homes and countries because of a well-founded fear of persecution. Many of these people have experienced significant grief and trauma, which have potential long-term consequences for their health and well-being.”
“The Salvation Army recognises that the ability to seek asylum is a basic human right, with all people having the right to life, liberty and security of person. The Salvation Army supports international efforts to eliminate persecution and displacement through the promotion of peace, tolerance, understanding and respect for human life and dignity.
God’s hospitable loving concern for the stranger and foreigner are evident in Scripture and therefore, The Salvation Army contends that individuals and governments should act compassionately and humanely towards persons seeking asylum.”
SALVATION ARMY LOST IN AND ENDLESS CIRCLE OF DEADLY DIALOG WITH NO GRASP ON THE GOSPEL
“International Discussion Documents aim is to stimulate personal reflection rather than to provide conclusive positions. The hope is that these documents will better equip Salvationists to contribute towards broader dialogue or help inform personal choices related to the issue.”
BY 2015 THE SALVATION ARMY WAS SINKING IN THE MIRE ACCORDING TO THEIR OWN REPORTS WITH THE UN.
2015 ISJC UN REPORTS
- (17 Dec 2015) Updates on the Paris Climate Agreement (COP21)
- (10 Dec 2015) The Economic Cost of LGBT Exclusion
- (03 Dec 2015) Combatting racism in the 21st century
- (02 Dec 2015) Unshackling Development – SDG 8.7 and the struggle to end modern slavery, forced labour and human trafficking
- (02 Dec 2015) 50 Years of Fighting Racism: Introducing Tolerance on the Internet: Changing Attitudes and Patterns of Behavior
- (19 Nov 2016) Fourth Youth-Led Briefing, Youth at the Forefront: Bridging the Gap between Climate Change and Climate Action
- (05 Nov 2015) Art as Tool for Conflict Prevention and Reconciliation
- (30 Oct 2015) Engaging Religious Men and Women Leaders in Empowering Women
- (28 Oct 2015) Men on the Stand
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The Salvation Army provides ample proof that it has joined the growing list of lost organizations who have joined globalist to build TOWARD the very kind of end time prophetic fulfillment ensuring its own demise as a Christ honoring and Gospel proclaiming organization. NO organization- no matter how solid it was in its origins or how much fruit it may have born in the past – has ever recovered it’s God given calling from this apostate abyss.
Somewhere -someone -somehow enticed the Salvation Army to sell its most precious possession .
“29 And Jacob sod pottage: and Esau came from the field, and he was faint:
30 And Esau said to Jacob, Feed me, I pray thee, with that same red pottage; for I am faint: therefore was his name called Edom.
31 And Jacob said, Sell me this day thy birthright.
32 And Esau said, Behold, I am at the point to die: and what profit shall this birthright do to me?
33 And Jacob said, Swear to me this day; and he sware unto him: and he sold his birthright unto Jacob.
34 Then Jacob gave Esau bread and pottage of lentiles; and he did eat and drink, and rose up, and went his way: thus Esau despised his birthright.”