Joan of Arc

Joan of Arc by John Everett Millais. Public Domain
Joan of Arc by John Everett Millais. Public Domain

In this colossal battle to defeat globalism – which at its core is an anti-God movement – we take inspiration from Joan of Arc (1412 – 1431).

Joan of Arc was born to a poor but pious family in the French countryside.  She never learned to read or write.  Nevertheless, she was called by God to lead armies to victory in battle, freeing France from invasion by the English.  Her fierceness in battle was exceeded only by her passionate faith in God.  Although she was victorious, she was betrayed, charged with heresy, and burned at the stake by corrupt clergy.  She was just 19.  She never lost her faith.  Her last words were, “Hold the cross high, so I can see it through the flames!”

The Bible promises, “When the enemy shall come in like a flood, the Spirit of the Lord shall lift up a standard against him.”  Isaiah 59:19.  We believe this standard is the Word of God.

Joan of Arc exemplifies all the qualities we need to prevail in battle against the well-funded and extremely powerful globalist cabal.  Although she lacked formal training, she was a brilliant military strategist, an inspiring leader, valiant, and motivated by faith and the will of God.  She kept her eyes on heaven as she waged war on earth.   She did not lose her faith, even when she was violently persecuted by the Church she loved so much.

In his book, “Joan of Arc,” Mark Twain wrote, “With Joan of Arc love of country was more than a sentiment – it was a passion.  She was the Genius of Patriotism – she was Patriotism embodied, concreted, made flesh, and palpable to the touch and visible to the eye.”

She was canonized in 1920 and is the patron saint of France, soldiers, prisoners, those in need of courage, those ridiculed for their faith, and youth.  She is also the patron saint of Patriotism and of the Anti-Globalist International.

“Go forward bravely. Fear nothing. Trust in God. All will be well.”

–St. Joan of Arc

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