Christians and Civil Authorities

November 8, 2012 at 9:28 AM 2 comments

This latest election has shown a number of things to me.  For those who believe that the election was completely fair and above-board, then at least some of what I am going to say will read like “sour grapes” to you.  You will wrongly believe that I am simply upset that “my” candidate did not win and therefore, I’m looking for excuses to complain.

I will say this again, clearly and loudly, to avoid any misconception.  I fully believe that God is in charge, on the throne, and the only reason that the incumbent was re-elected was because this is what God had previously determined.  To me, that part is absolutely cut and dry.  There are no ifs, ands, or buts about it.  End of story.  God decreed, therefore it occurred.  I do not know how to be any more clear than that, quite honestly.  This country faces a second term of the same as the first and it is ultimately because God determined that this is what He wanted to take place.  All Christians should be able to be at least on that part of the page together.  I will always praise Him and give Him thanks for His will with respect to this election.

Even though I fully believe that there was a great deal of cheating and voter fraud going on, God is still in control.  If God had wanted a different outcome, no amount of cheating or voter fraud would have changed that at all.  It’s just that plain and just that simple.

At the same time, from a human perspective, I cannot agree with or appreciate the very fact that voter fraud may have been a huge part of why the results are what they are here.  There are reports by people who were there that in many cases, busloads, van loads, and car loads of immigrants and others from other states were bussed into cast their vote.  There are allegations that at least one union boss brought in a busload of Somali immigrants and told them for whom they should vote.

But if these are true, they are simply the symptoms of the disease itself.  I do not believe the highest office in the land of America is actually up for grabs and left open to the will of the people.  I used to think that, but after seeing what took place in 2008 and now in 2012, I no longer believe that.  In fact, with the growing cloud of evil that is being released onto our world, how could anyone be naive enough to believe that the path to presidency is not bought and paid for by others?  When questioned, he denied the allegations vehemently.

America was taken by surprise in 2008 when a fairly unknown individual from Chicago came to the fore and with grand hype and tremendous adulation, road a huge wave to the door of the White House.  I still remember those days during the campaign and how people were literally going ga-ga over this man that we barely knew.  Today, four years later, we still know very little about him and in spite of his promise to have the most transparent administration of anyone, we quickly learned that this was not to be the case.  He has simply not lived up to that one promise alone.

In the days leading up to this current election, we learned that this administration was doing all it could to limit military voting.  We actually saw this happening as it played itself out.  If not for the social network and the Internet itself, we probably would not have known, which of course reminds me that it may not be long at all before things are severely squelched on the Internet here in America, but that’s another story.

Finally, it appeared that the military was going to vote, then beyond expectation, the very plane that carried thousands of those military ballots crashed.  Reports indicate that it was possibly shot down right out of the sky.

As if that was not enough, many military votes did arrive, but one day too late.  I’ll just say it.  Was there a reason that all these things occurred?  I believe so and it is obvious that our military in large numbers would have voted in favor of the GOP candidate.

As if this is not enough, Todd Starnes has posted a note stating that he received a note from one of his readers saying that apparently, the military has been ordered not to say or post anything negative about our government.  I can only assume should someone do that, court-martial tribunals will follow, as has already taken place in a few cases in the past.

In another instance, a couple out for a stroll came across a box filled with 350 voter ballots from an entire precinct that were apparently never counted. [1] In another instance, officials from Ohio are acknowledging that there are too many ineligible people on the voting rolls and want to meet with Eric Holder to discuss ways to rid the rolls of these individuals. [2]  Glad they’re finally getting around to that, but it comes after the election.  Here’s an article generally acknowledging that voter fraud is unfortunately, part of the continuing deal of elections. [3]

By the way, I am not stating or implying that voter fraud only comes from the Left either.  I’m certain both major parties have done their fair share of it over the years, especially when one party believes they have a great deal to lose in an upcoming election.  Voter fraud is not only reserved for the “big” races either.  They are alleged to occur even with elections concerning school boards. [4]

I fully believe that Americans were blindsided in 2008 and many of us actually thought we could repair the damage through prayer and tremendous effort by getting the truth out.  Didn’t work at all.  For something as important as the presidency, I will never again believe that the people actually have a say in it.  It is merely made to look as though we do.  Having said that, I will again state that I firmly believe God is in control for His purposes and uses whatever He chooses (including evil) to accomplish those purposes.

Someone might come along and simply say, “Fred, you’re paranoid.  What you’re describing could very well be a serious of unfortunate accidents or a type of coincidence and nothing more.”  If taken by themselves, certainly, that is a valid statement.  However, when everything is put together, the entire picture tends to negate that viewpoint.

Then we have an audio where the man in the Oval Office was apparently recorded speaking of what amounts to voter fraud in 2012.  You can listen to the audio by clicking here if you choose.  The authenticity has not been proven of course, so each person will simply decide for themselves.

More interesting than the idea that general voter fraud may be an issue, is the fact that the voice in the audio mentions the “powers that be.”  This goes back to my original comment that it seems very logical to assume that in a world that is literally still Satan’s kingdom, this would be the truth.  It is not unreasonable to assume that there is a hidden cabal of deeply evil individuals who have literally sold their souls to Satan in exchange for glory, money, and power in this life.  I have absolutely no doubt that this group(s) exist.  None whatsoever and it is from that group(s) that Antichrist will rise.

This world is still in the hands of the god of this age for the time being.  For the Christian to not recognize this is to have be extremely naive Christian.  Jesus said we should be wise as serpents and as gentle as doves in Matthew 10:16.  What this means to me is that Christians need to understand as much as we are able the content of work that the powers of darkness accomplish here in their master’s kingdom.  We need to remember that we – as authentic Christians – are literally behind enemy lines.

This is why I believe we are repeatedly told to walk soberly and to be alert by Peter in 1 Peter 5:8.  “Be sober, be vigilant; because your adversary the devil, as a roaring lion, walketh about seeking whom he may devour: whom resist steadfast faith, knowing that the same afflictions are accomplished in your brethren that are in the world.”

So, why are we to walk soberly and with vigilance?  Because the devil is not simply alive.  He is alive as a roaring lion.  What do roaring lions do?  They roam around trying to kill and eat something.  Satan has a voracious and unquenchable appetite, especially where Christians are concerned.  To walk through this life without being aware of this is a grand recipe for disaster.  Certainly, having anything less than this attitude does not bring glory to God either.

In our gentleness, sobriety, and vigilance, we cannot ignore the atrocities of this world and we cannot pretend that all is well with our government either, when it is clearly broken.  I’m not advocating that we go up against our government.  I’m simply saying that through a continued attitude of vigilance and sobriety (clear thinking; Peter is not referring to alcohol here, though certainly that will dull the senses), we become aware of what our government is up to and can pray against it and work to learn what our godly response should be.

This leads me to the numerous texts and sections within Scripture that tell us that we should not only pray for leaders, but that we should also submit ourselves to them, in the Lord.  Let me start with Romans.

Romans 13:1-7 “Let every person be in subjection to the governing authorities. For there is no authority except from God, and those which exist are established by God. Therefore he who resists authority has opposed the ordinance of God; and they who have opposed will receive condemnation upon themselves.

“For rulers are not a cause of fear for good behavior, but for evil. Do you want to have no fear of authority? Do what is good, and you will have praise from the same; for it is a minister of God to you for good. But if you do what is evil, be afraid; for it does not bear the sword for nothing; for it is a minister of God, an avenger who brings wrath upon the one who practices evil.

“Wherefore it is necessary to be in subjection, not only because of wrath, but also for conscience’ sake. For because of this you also pay taxes, for rulers are servants of God, devoting themselves to this very thing. Render to all what is due them; tax to whom tax is due; custom to whom custom; fear to who fear; honor to whom honor.”

Wow, that’s a huge chunk, but Paul makes several things clear, doesn’t he?  First, he says we are to be in subjection to the governing authorities.  It seems that there is no way to be off the hook here, as it were, is there?  In fact, the Greek word for “subjection” represents the attitude of a soldier who gives absolute obedience to his/her commander.

However, allowing Scripture to interpret Scripture, we also know that there is one God-given exception to this and it reverberates throughout Scripture.  When what our government asks us to do goes against God’s Word, then we follow God’s Word (Exodus 1:17; Daniel 3:16-18; 6:7; 6:10; see also Acts 4:19).  J. Vernon McGee says we must treat “Every position of civil authority without regard to competency, morality, reasonableness, or any other caveat” and then references the following Scriptures:  1 Thessalonians 4:11-12; 1 Timothy 2:1-2; Titus 3:1-2).

Scripture confirms that all civil authority is put in place by God alone.  Yes, He may well use man-made ways of bringing that about (i.e. voting, fraud, murder, as in the case of numerous Roman leaders, or something else entirely), but in the end, it is God who appoints leaders and brings them down.

In the above text from Romans, Paul is saying that those who resist authority are actually in rebellion to God.  There is no clearer case in history of the proper way to deal with corrupt and godless leaders in my opinion, than in the book of Daniel.  Nebuchadnezzar invaded and essentially conquered Israel/Jerusalem and took many captives back to his kingdom of Babylon.  In fact, over a period of three invasions, Nebuchadnezzar wound up destroying and/or taking what he wanted back to Babylon.

Daniel exhibits the epitome of strength, righteousness, and obedience to Nebuchadnezzar.  There is never even a hint of Daniel speaking back to the king or harboring an attitude of hatred toward Nebuchadnezzar.  He always treated him with respect.  We have no idea if Daniel prayed his heart out to God with respect to his new situation (and that may very well have been the case because there is certainly nothing in Scripture that prohibits it), and if he did, then that is what allowed him to arrive to the point of showing respect for the king who had destroyed his (Daniel’s) homeland and taken him captive for a foreign land; a land in which he eventually died, never having returned to Israel or Jerusalem.

This is extremely difficult for me to put into practice and I will absolutely admit that.  It is difficult to look at many of our elected officials and be glad that they are where they are and to have faith in their decisions for this country.  I must find a way to stop concentrating on them and look to God.  I need to see beyond the human beings and look for God’s purposes in why those particular human beings are in the position to which they have been elected.  If I concentrate on them, all I see is graft, greed, and corruption.  If I focus on what Satan is doing, I see evil and more evil.  If I look to God, I begin to see the big picture of what is happening in God’s timetable.  It is a conscious choice I must make; looking to man, Satan, or God.  What is the best choice?

Now, it should go without saying that all authentic Christians need to be in prayer for everyone’s salvation.  This is no exception when it comes to our leaders either.  Mr. Obama has stated repeatedly that he is a Christian.  Many people claim that.  Does that make it so?  Not at all.  While Mr. Obama may even believe that he is a Christian (and I have my doubts about that), he does not act like one.  Do his words and actions bring glory to God?  I can list any number of occasions where he has said things and done things that I believe go against God.

Bearing this in mind then, I need to be in constant prayer that if Mr. Obama is not a true Christian, he would actually become one.  If he is in fact, an authentic Christian, then I need to be constantly praying that his life would begin to emulate Christ’s life and therefore bring God glory.  I cannot really judge any man’s heart, can I?  The most I can do is come to an educated guess as to the authenticity of their commitment to Christ based on their words and deeds.  While it may appear all too obvious that Mr. Obama is not an authentic Christian, he may well be one and yet as one, he is obviously such a spiritually immature Christian that the light of Christ is barely (if at all) reflected in his life.

According to Paul in his letter to the Corinthians, there will be people who stand before Christ at the Bema Seat and all of their works – every bit of them – will completely burn up as worthless.  Yet, they will not have lost their salvation.  They will escape the fires of judgment barely.  “If any man’s work is burned up, he will suffer loss; but he himself will be saved, yet so as through fire,” (1 Corinthians 3:15).  The sense here is that the person will be saved, yet it will be as if they barely escaped a house fully engulfed in flames.  It will be that close.

Paul, in writing to his protegé Timothy, tells him the following:  “First of all, then, I urge that entreaties and prayers, petitions and thanksgivings be made on behalf of all men, for Kings and all who are in authority, in order that we may lead a tranquil and quiet life in all godliness and dignity,” (1 Timothy 2:1-2).

Paul is urging Timothy to join with him in praying for all people and he includes kings and others who are in authority over them.  The key here is the benefit that Paul reveals to Timothy.  We should pray so that authentic Christians may lead quiet, godly lives.

We should always live godly lives anyway, but if things are peaceful, then we will be able to live quiet lives that are tranquil as well, while we work for our Lord and Savior Jesus and we await His return.  This should be the goal of our prayers.

Unfortunately, what we are going to see in America in the coming months and years will not bring peace.  It won’t really allow us to live lives that are free of government encroachment.  We are going to see many new rules and plenty of regulations coming down the pike and they will affect all people, including authentic Christians.  There is simply no getting around it.

We are going to be paying more in taxes.  We are going to see our rights squeezed, including our right to freely express ourselves with respect to speech and our religious beliefs.  We are going to see a greater godlessness taking over and becoming part of the government that heads up America.

In short, absolute fundamental (and I believe final) change is coming to America in a big way.  We are on the road to a crippling future and as I have said before, this is God’s design because there is absolutely no way that we can get to a Tribulation period in all nations exist as they exist today.

America was founded upon Judeo-Christian principles.  They are being exchanged and pushed out of the way for something that is the exact opposite.  People have been working hard and praying hard for at least four years, hoping to bring about the needed change that would set us back toward the center at least.  That has not happened and it has not happened because God has not allowed it.  That should tell us something big.

With respect to our government, just one day after the election, the current administration has once again, joined with the UN to sign a treaty that will eliminate gun rights in this country.  Can that be fought against?  Sure…in the courts.  As US citizens, people have every right to follow the dictates of current law to fight against those things that seek to overturn the current rule of law found within the Constitution.

Accepting God’s will is mandatory and I do not want to be misunderstood to say that it is not important.  It is all-important.  All authentic Christians must accept the fact that regardless of the alleged voter fraud or any other means that may have been used to gain a second term for Mr. Obama, in the final analysis, it is God who originally placed him in this land’s highest office and it is God who has kept him in that office.  That is indisputable.

At the same time, I believe that Paul compares Christians with soldiers and athletes for a very good reason.  Individuals from both groups are pro-active as they go through life.  They do not sit back and take life easy.  For them, their goals involve solid work to become the best soldier/athlete they can be and to remain in the best possible shape, physically and mentally, at all times.

As Christians, we need to be pro-active in our walk with God, determining to find time to pray, to study His Word, and to give our wills to Him.  Next, we need to be pro-active in our evangelistic efforts.  We must also look for opportunities to share the gospel, not simply be satisfied that we are Christians.

Yet, because we live in a country that grants us many freedoms, rights, and responsibilities, I believe we also have an obligation to stand against the evil in society wherever we see it.  If it’s happening on the street in front of us, we need to remember the parable of the Good Samaritan and help people who are in need.

If the evil we see is happening in our government, we have the right to use the rule of law that is the very foundation of this country to overturn that evil.  In fact, I firmly believe that by not standing against the evil when we see it if we have the tools and means to at least try to stop it, we have become complicit with it.  We may lose in our attempts, but we have tried.

Christians need to remember that here in America – at least for now – we are not living under a dictatorship as most did in the Hebrew Bible (the Old Testament) and as Christians did during the days of Christ and following.  The dictators of the Roman Empire for instance, believed they were gods.  No one was allowed to question them.  No one was allowed to speak against the Empire and to do so meant treason.  Treason for the Roman Empire was punishable by death.

Many Jews were often arrested, tried, and executed because they attempted to overthrow Rome as the governing body.  They always failed here.  The only time I can think of when they were even mildly successful was when Jews stood together to protect, defend, or even avenge evil acts against the Temple.  The situation surrounding the Maccabees comes to mind.

We do not live in that atmosphere currently.  We can and should respectfully speak the truth in love when we know that things are disastrously wrong.  This – I believe – is part of the authentic Christians’ true calling as well.  To fail to speak up and uncover and expose the works of darkness, is tantamount to walking by the victim in the parable of the Good Samaritan lying on the side of the road, left beaten and bloody.

I know that there are those Christians who will disagree with me.  That is their right and I can only hope that their reasons are firmly based in their understanding of Scripture.  Maybe they are correct and I’m incorrect.  If so, I pray that the Lord will reveal to me His truth so that I can take that part of my life and turn it over to Him.  I sincerely do want to glorify Him in all things and I’m sure you do as well.  God will judge between you and me if your opinion is different and He will act to correct one of us.

I believe very dark days are ahead for everyone and unfortunately, the authentic Christian will bear the brunt of it as the attitude of this nation continues to move to the Left, leaving all vestiges of biblical principles and conservatism way behind.  This is really not a time to say we’ve been defeated because we have not been.  This is also not a time to think that by believing that God has re-elected an individual that His will has been done and that’s that.  Yes, His will has been done, just as it has been done through many rulers in times past.  I firmly believe that.  But terrible economic times and even persecution is coming because of it.

How will you respond when you see it approach and when it directly affects your life?  Will you shrink from the responsibility to call evil evil?  It is one thing to acknowledge that God has brought His will to fruition.  It is another to say that everything God brought to fruition is good.  That may sound shocking but consider this:  Christians are responsible for admitting and acknowledging that God’s will is good and will bring glory to Him.  This we must do.

However, ask yourself this:  is Satan good?  Is evil in general good?  Was Judas good?  Is the Antichrist going to be good? I realize God did not make these things to be evil, but He allows them exist, and He allows them to become evil doesn’t He?  Because He allows these terrible things to exist as evil, He must have a purpose for them too, that He can use for His good?  That purpose is not in the thing itself.  It is in the end result of God using that thing.  I truly hope I am making sense here, because I do not want to be misquoted or misunder-stood.

Whatever God chooses to do is good even though He often uses things that are not good and in many cases, those things are pure evil in this world to accomplish His good will.  In the end though, God gains the glory, doesn’t He?  Satan will one day bow the knee to God and admit that there is none like Him.  Satan is evil yet he is and will give God glory.

Aspects of our government are fully evil and completely corrupt.  Yet, God has chosen to continue things as they have been going and presumably to allow them to seriously worsen.  This does not mean God approves of the things that are patently evil or powerfully corrupt in our government.  It simply means that God is using those things and will continue to use those things which are desperately evil to bring Him glory.

I can look at our corrupt government and know beyond doubt that for God, the end will bring Him tremendous glory.  For that I can rejoice!  For that, I can praise Him!  For that, I can lift my heart and eyes to heaven and know beyond doubt that there is no other besides Him!  He alone is God.  He alone is worthy of my praise.  He alone will receive all glory and power.

At the same time, I believe I have a responsibility to at least attempt to expose the works of darkness (Ephesians 5:11) as I can do so.  To ignore that evil is to allow it to become something so terrible that it will become very much like hell on earth.  Again, I’m not saying that we need to attack our government or its leaders.  We need to do what we can to resist the evil that has obviously permeated our government even if we ultimately fail.

During Hitler’s regime, we are all aware of the plan that Hitler put into place to destroy the Jews.  It wasn’t just Jews either, but it was mainly Jews.  Hitler, empowered by Satan, decided that he was actually doing God a favor by ridding the world of the Jewish “problem.”  That was abundantly evil.

What was just as evil?  The fact that hardly anyone did anything about it was certainly evil.  Most churches ignored the problem.  Most “Christians” refused to get involved.  However, here and there, certain individuals did what they could to rescue and save Jews from certain death by putting their own lives on the line.  They saw the evil and with great risk to their own lives, they stood against it.  In effect, they stood against a government that had become so evil that had it gone unchecked, it would have taken over the world.

I think it will be easy for Christians to rationalize their stance and opinions in the coming months and years and to simply step all the way back into the shadows.  I’m very tempted to do that myself, but I have to remember that I’m not here to hide in the shadows.

I think that a great deal of evil has been and will continue to be perpetrated on the American people during this next term.  What is our response going to be to it?  I know that we very likely cannot change the face of our government, though some are already talking a great deal about their options.  What we can and should do is first to pray that the correct decisions will be made in Washington, though I will admit, I certainly do not have the faith for that prayer.  However, we need to be in prayer that God will guide us through the coming “mine” field of problems that we are sure to encounter.

Next, we need to be willing to stand up against evil where we can.  We cannot turn a blind eye to it.  We must endure.  I guess at least part of what I’m trying to say is that I hope I never get to the point where I am only concerned about me or my family.  The authentic Christian cannot live like that and it is not why we are in this world.  We are His soldiers, behind enemy lines.  We live amidst constant spiritual and even physical danger.  We need to be aware of that and we must press on in spite of it, thinking like a serpent, and acting like a dove.

If you see something happening that is evil, do something about it.  I’m not saying to take on the government.  I’m saying to do what you can to counteract the evil of the government by taking the problem on directly or indirectly, just like those who took it upon themselves to rescue and hide Jews from the Third Reich.  They did what they could to remain in the shadows or off the radar where the government was concerned, but they were on the front lines and managed to save the lives of countless Jews who would have otherwise been put to death.

I’m not quite sure of all the things that our government will do to instill fear within us and to change the fabric of our society in the coming months and years.  I know that they will work to eliminate guns, abrogate freedom of speech in public and on the ‘Net as well as curtail religious freedoms for Christians.  I know that food prices will rise excessively along with gas prices too.  All these things will affect the way we live our lives.

I also firmly believe that any pretense Mr. Obama may have had regarding support of Israel will be thoroughly gone now.  He has no need to even pretend to support them.  He won’t need to care what Americans think either.  Could this bring about the Gog/Magog war of Ezekiel 38-39?

I’ve always wondered what it was like for the early Christians who came under tremendous persecution for simply being Christians.  It appears that I may now learn the answer in a very personal way.  The only way that I can to navigate through all of it is to pray without ceasing and to rely on Him.  I believe that the answers for each situation will come as I need them.

In the meantime, I am making a plan for my family in obedience to Paul who says that those who do not provide for their families are worse than infidels (cf. 1 Timothy 5:8).  Part of being a good soldier or athlete means that I look ahead and make a plan.  God is free to change that plan or to even nullify it, but I am the one who must make a plan and present that plan to the Lord for His blessing, if He so chooses to bless it.

The soldier understands the dangers of the battlefield and Christian, we are entering into a new phase of battle that many of us have never experienced before now.  I am praising the Lord that He is in control, that His will is being accomplished, and that His will is going to be done in and through me.  I am still greatly saddened for what has transpired in America though.  I am praying that blind eyes will be opened not only to see what this country is going to become, but also that the truth of salvation will be understood and embraced by many.

When my sister died, I will admit I cried a great deal.  I was terribly saddened for my loss.  As I watched her lie in a deep coma in her hospital bed, I felt a great sense of loss and she had not even died yet.  When she did die, the river of tears flowed and I’m not ashamed to admit it.  I cried even though I knew that she was then with our heavenly Father.  Moreover, I also knew that her death was God’s will.  I rejoiced in that for her, but the sadness was just as real and lasted for many days.  God’s will is always good because it always results in His glory.  What He uses to accomplish His will is not always good though.

Death is good only in the sense that it bridges the gap between this life and our entrance into eternal life with God in His realm.  But death itself is evil and is the result of sin and our sinful natures.  Had sin never entered this world, death would never have entered this world either.  But God worked in spite of the tremendous sin that sprung to life and successfully created a way for all who will to find life in Him.

America as we have known it is dead.  I mourn that greatly.  I will try in His strength to continue to stand against the evil that has pervaded our society.  I will not speak evil of our leaders, but I will call what they do evil when it needs to be pointed out.  Above all things, I will endeavor to keep my eyes on Him and thank Him for His purposes and look forward to the day when everything will bring honor and glory to His feet.

[1] http://www.nbclosangeles.com/news/local/Ballots-Found-in-Glendale-Street-177720291.html

[2] http://www.dispatch.com/content/stories/local/2012/09/16/voter-rolls-in-ohio-are-bloated-experts-say.html

[3] http://www.americanthinker.com/2012/11/voter_fraud_redefined.html

[4] http://www.sfgate.com/news/crime/article/DeSoto-School-Board-member-booked-with-voter-fraud-3975086.php

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Simply Delusional… Ready, Set, GO! And They’re Off!

2 Comments

  • 1. Sandy Tuzinski  |  November 8, 2012 at 11:56 AM

    For all you do…I thank you and pray for your voice of truth crying out in the wilderness that others will hear, be encouraged and stand strong in our Lord Jesus Christ! Overcoming evil by the blood of the Lamb and the words of our testimony…may we having done all…to stand.

    Thank you for your truth and encouragement to the body of Christ!

    Sandy in MN

    • 2. modres  |  November 8, 2012 at 12:34 PM

      Thank you for your kind and heartfelt words, Sandy. May He be glorified in and through all of us as we continue to serve Him.


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