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Do not Underestimate the Eunuchs!

Terry Casales - July 20th, 2021

In several places of scripture we can see how God has used “eunuchs” to execute His justice. Eunuchs were servants or slaves who had been castrated to make them reliable servants of a royal court where physical access to the ruler could wield great influence. Performing lowly domestic functions—such as making the ruler's bed, bathing him, cutting his hair, carrying him in his litter, or even relaying messages—could, in theory, give a eunuch "the ruler's ear" and impart de facto power on the formally humble but trusted servant.

Eunuchs were generally not to have loyalties to the military, the aristocracy, or a family of their own. They were perceived as more trustworthy and less interested in establishing a private 'dynasty’ of sorts. Since their social status was lowered because of their castrated condition, they were considered expendable since they could be replaced or killed without a second thought. In cultures that had harems and eunuchs, eunuchs were sometimes used as harem servants.

We can see the presence of eunuchs in the story of Queen Jezebel. As one may imagine, these eunuchs had spent the greater part of their life serving and being no doubt oppressed and mistreated by this wicked queen. When the time came for them to act, they had to make a decision whether to remain loyal to Queen Jezebel, or to take action. What Queen Jezebel forgot was that eunuchs, by definition, were groomed not to have any loyalties to anyone, which meant that they really were not guaranteed to be 100% trustworthy since they could turn against anyone, even royalty, if manipulated and given the choice and the opportunity to do so.

32 And he looked up at the window, and said, “Who is on my side? Who?” So two or three eunuchs looked out at him. 33 Then he said, “Throw her down.” So they threw her down, and some of her blood spattered on the wall and on the horses; and he trampled her underfoot. - 2 Kings 9:32-33 - NKJV

We can see eunuchs again in the story of Esther where they served in King Ahasuerus’ harem and helped groom Esther to be the new queen. The Lord gave Esther favor with one of the eunuchs, Hegai, the king’s eunuch, who was in charge of the concubines in the harem.

8 So it was, when the king’s command and decree were heard, and when many young women were gathered at Shushan the citadel, under the custody of Hegai, that Esther also was taken to the king’s palace, into the care of Hegai the custodian of the women. 9 Now the young woman pleased him, and she obtained his favor; so he readily gave beauty preparations to her, besides her allowance. - Esther 2:8-9 - NKJV

Again, we can see in the story of Esther that eunuchs can change their loyalty at a moment’s notice. They are still human, after all.

21 In those days, while Mordecai sat within the king’s gate, two of the king’s eunuchs, Bigthan and Teresh, doorkeepers, became furious and sought to lay hands on King Ahasuerus. - Esther 21 - NKJV

I feel like the Lord is speaking to us saying, “watch for the eunuchs.” There are those in the DS government who are working behind the scenes, the minions who have been “loyal” to the establishment for decades but who are waking up to the reality of what is at stake with this election. They are the ones who have been witnesses of the plans and the actions of the wicked. They are the ones to whom no one would even give a second glance because they are not seen as a threat. They will be the very ones who God will use to expose the wicked elite who have been committing crimes against humanity.

They are the ones who see the writing on the wall. They know the wicked cabal is panicking and they are saying, “enough is enough.” The eunuchs are the ones who will step out of the shadows to speak the truth and expose the DS elite for who they really are.

Make no mistake, beloved, God is on the move. He has allowed the election fraud as a way to expose the DS cabal in our nation. God is giving those who witnessed this fraud the boldness and the courage to speak out about what the criminal activity they have personally seen being perpetrated.

These whistleblowers are people like you and me. They are citizens of America and they love our country. They are stepping out and risking everything by coming forward with the truth, much like Esther did. They each had a choice to make - not do anything and allow it to happen or to take action and do the right thing.

All throughout scripture God always uses the most unlikely people to do His will and the eunuchs are no different. If God can make a donkey speak and if He can harden Pharaoh’s heart, He can use anyone to fulfill His will on earth, even our enemies.


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