Heroism and Cowardice

When times get tough, just remember, during Ragnarok the gods and men strive together against the forces of evil, a small band making a last stand against the forces of ephialtes2wickedness. We may be few in the grand scheme of things, but your choices are obvious: heroism and perhaps ostracism or worse, or collaboration with the enemy, like Ephialtes the traitor who gave up the 300 Spartans to the Persian horde for acceptance and materialistic desires. We can all go down one day, dragged off the gulags or shot dead, but how will our posterity remember us? Not as cowards, which is a fate far worse than death.

Keep in mind that cowardice is not just giving in to weakness, it’s also a sin against God.

Revelation 21:8 – “But as for the cowardly, the faithless, the detestable, as for murderers, the sexually immoral, sorcerers, idolaters, and all liars, their portion will be in the lake that burns with fire and sulfur, which is the second death.” *

Don’t expect to take the path of a coward and to be accepted by God at the end of your days. If you have Christ then He will not let you be a coward. You’ll either be filled with a Holy Courage from heaven, or God Himself will punish you as a loving father punishes a wayward child until you have the discipline to stand firm. Once you know the truth and you’re in this movement there is no turning back. If you turn back, all that awaits you is a grisly punishment.

Even my Odinist friends would agree. If you live a life of cowardice you cannot expect to dine in the halls of Valhalla or Folkvangr. Courage is a supreme value, not only as a Christian, but if you’re a European or European American courage is perhaps the supreme value of the Old Ways of your people. The only thing you ought to fear is God’s wrath for being a coward, and the shame you bring upon yourself and towards your own people and ancestors. Don’t fear men, fear God, and fear the fate of Ephialtes.

Christianity and Odinism have this in common: The idea that in battle you can only win. The Crusaders knew that even if they didn’t drive the Muslim horde out of GreeceShieldwall2 and Asia Minor and take Jerusalem for Christ that they would die in Christ, and to die in Christ is gain. The Vikings believed that to die in battle was the path to ascension among the Einherjer. So, do not be afraid to post your thoughts on Facebook or share them with your friends. A true believer cannot keep his light hidden for long. I am not saying to abandon wisdom and get yourself in trouble in purpose, but do not hide the truth. There is no need to hurl insults or be constantly disparaging, but take a stand among your brothers, plant your feet in the ground, raise your shield alongside your comrades and prove the nobility of your blood.

* What the Bible calls sorcery is generally accepted to often refer to illicit drug use


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