A plea to my readers

Speaking the truth is a lonely and dangerous job. It has always been like this—from the Old Testament’s prophets suffering martyrdom through the crucifixion of Jesus and the mass murder, torching, and torturing of his followers, to Jordano Bruno, burned alive by the Inquisition, and Jamal Khashoggi, dismembered with a bone saw inside the Saudi Arabian consulate in Istanbul, anyone who dares to speak out is condemned to death or exile. Since time immemorial, going against the rules of a corrupt society has required more than simple guts. To stand up for the truth, you must be crazy like Don Quixote or innocent like the child who cried, “The king is naked!

In this regard, I fully understand the challenge I am faced with when publishing this blog, but the truth, cruel and unpleasant as it has always been, needs to come out. It has to be done, whatever it takes, because of all these saints and martyrs who have died for it.

The problem is that I am running out of both time and money. Explaining life is a boundless challenge, and it takes tremendous effort, time, and resources to write about it, especially when working a full-time job to earn my living. For obvious reasons, I cannot allow any advertising on my website to make extra income, as I cannot preach God’s word with running announcements of adult dating or underwear discounts scrolling beneath my text. 

In addition, many of my books (some already finished, others still in the writing process) would probably never see the light of day without this site, as I realized that no traditional publisher would accept them, for their content diverges so significantly from the prevailing political correctness.

So, after much hesitation and sheer reluctance, I have had to overcome my pride and admit that if I wanted to keep writing, I need to seek help and support for my projects. Self-publishing and promoting a book are pretty expensive ventures, and besides maintaining the website, it is becoming impossible for me to afford it. But because in the Gospels, we read that “…Lord has commanded that those who preach the gospel should receive their living from the gospel.” (1 Corinthians 9:14), and “for the worker deserves his wages.” (Luke 10:7),  I humbly ask you: if you appreciate my blog and find the topics interesting and useful, please contribute a small amount by clicking on the “donate” button at the bottom of the page or buy my already-published book, which will allow me to keep going. This way, if you stand behind me, I will no longer be alone like Don Quixote, but we will all be an army of warriors of truth. Your support means the world to me, and to express my deep gratitude, I will send to everyone who has helped me in my quest for truth an e-book copy of all my future books.   

Thank you from the bottom of my heart! Be Blessed!

Kris Nedy

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