Friday, August 14, 2009
No Chance (7-1-09)
I have seen the comments of hopelessness on the blog. Do not count me in on this. I can appreciate the waning fortitude in the wake of a very long delay. I hope the truth from the gospel would shore up your faith. I can’t use legal jargon to encourage you because my enemies have nearly every advantage. I am honest with you about my dire circumstance. I can appreciate Judge Alsup’s confidence in his plan and system. He is a formidable enemy. He does not have to obey his own laws. All he has to do is control the evidence, trial, outcome and the prison system will beat on the man while the appellant court looks to every possible angle to affirm. I have been sharing my dialog with the appeals lawyer with a few of you in hopes you can share in this blog that I am diligent, competent, and persistent at doing all possible to prevail. I hate this corrupt legal system and the foolish society that embraces it but I am not allowing my feelings to dictate my actions. I read constantly their bullshit opinions and reason with the best legal minds. I can say that God has faithfully supplied me timely with what I need. This is one of my best indicators my faith is steering me correctly. Seeing others talk of failure is positive for me also. Only those seasoned in faith battles will understand this logic. I want everyone to know I still see a path to victory. There is still a gauntlet to traverse but I trust God’s guidance. As soon as I truly believe our ship is sunk I am honest enough to say so. Being realistic these men could use mere tactic to keep me behind bars easily another 4 years. I have a word from the Lord I trust more than my pessimism. The evil appeals court could grant us remedy and we have great grounds for relief but what if they are political hacks like Alsup? Only God can defend one against evil. I rely heavily on this confidence. That is the importance of all my spiritual blogging. If there is no truth to Christ I’m in a mere crap shoot with more crap on my side of the table and the wrong end of a barrel staring me in the face. Hopelessness is easy. Reason can make rational calculations to justify it. Faith is difficult because one has to trust in an unseen God who is unreasonable to us. Children live like this but we have become too wise for our own good. Many of you are wise to say Dorean is hopeless but in my faith I rebuke your wisdom as a senseless lie. May God be proven true and every man a liar. I’m taking no chances and you’re claiming no chances. Let’s see how this all pans out.