Part 2: Attorney Lin Wood Continues to Fight Spiritual, Natural Battle

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Editor's Note: This is part two of a two-part series on Lin Wood and his journey in representing President Donald J. Trump in the lawsuits surrounding the 2020 election. Read part one.

Prominent attorney Lin Wood also warns believers to be careful what information they choose to consume. Once-trusted sources of news and information may have come under the sway of globalists and compromised people who favor "The Great Reset," a globalist initiative to rebuild the world economy after the COVID pandemic. It could open the doors wider for socialism and big government control, thus limiting people's freedoms, including religious freedom and freedom of speech.

For instance, Wood blasted a cable network that was once a trusted source for conservatives. "Fox News is now part of the propaganda arm of the leftists/communists who think they are going to overthrow our Constitution," tweeted Wood, who advises Christians to stand on the Bible as the one true source of useful and relevant information.

Wood is quick to say, "I am imperfect." But he is walking in the power of the Holy Spirit as a humble man of faith and, with a spirit of boldness and a sound mind, has had tangible results. He is the lawyer who successfully represented Covington (Kentucky) Catholic High School student Nick Sandmann, among many other high-profile cases over the years.

Wood's #FightBack Foundation Inc. was instrumental in recently raising financial support to post bail for Kyle Rittenhouse, the teenager who was arrested and charged with alleged murder in Wisconsin, even though video evidence showed him defending himself.

Wood clearly takes on big cases fearlessly, like David facing Goliath over and over.

In Wood's America today, Goliath is represented by the mainstream media, who are quick to report Democratic Party talking points; the social media companies, such as Twitter and Facebook, that openly and unashamedly censor conservatives in communist-style and, in a more sinister way, the election officials who oversaw a corrupted and compromised election in certain states to tip the election result a certain way.

Prayer is the ammunition of Wood's slingshot, figuratively speaking. He comes to do legal battle for "We The People" in the name of the Lord whose hand is still on America, he said, and he will not allow the enemies of God's people to take over this nation and transform it into the twisted image of the godless, manipulative, intellectual elite who disdain true Christians.

Instead of the Great Reset, Wood is part of the next move of God to supercharge the next Great Awakening many believe is being unleashed in America—another link back to 1776.

The First Great Awakening in the colonies in the 18th century paved the way to the American Revolution with a vision of freedom, limited government, individual responsibility and opportunity for all to excel, yet without authoritarianism. Christianity played a pivotal role in the founding of America and, as Wood's perspective attests, God's divine intervention will be needed to preserve America going forward amid spiritual warfare.

This is why Wood suggests people "do what the people who were our Founding Fathers did in 1776": Fight back to live in freedom. Seek the Holy Spirit for discernment. Listen to God and do what He says. Wood reminds Christians not to be timid, for God did not give a spirit of timidity (see 2 Tim. 1:7).

Otherwise, career politicians who see government as the highest power in the universe will lock you down, shut down churches, take away your voice and your freedom, put you on blacklists for simply believing and intrude into your home with measures to control you. They will come speaking of "unity" and put up an appearance to seem polite, agreeable and making empty promises of a better way—all the while taking control of the way you think, what you say and the way you live.

The spirit of control is demonic, and this is why Wood fights back with the Word of God.

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