Posts tagged ‘donald trump’
The truth seems to be that God allowed/placed Donald Trump as the 45th president of the United States. He has a purpose for that. While Christians should never place politics above the gospel, there is a very clear need to fight for what is right by resisting what is wrong. I’m not saying that we need to take to the streets and act like the far left anarchists and fascists. What I am saying is that all people opposed to the far left need to use every legal means at our disposal to push the far left back into submission and to resist their onslaught. Their time is over.
Hillary has accused Russia of hacking and giving the election to Trump. Yet, Hillary sold 20% of America’s uranium to Russia. Why? It somehow clearly benefited her and her compatriots. Anyone who has any interest in finding the truth about Clinton can do so with little effort. However, the people who voted for her refused to consider this truth. I mean for goodness sake, rumors abound that the left paid people to riot at and during Trump rallies to scare people away. We have a Muslim woman who initially complained to New York police that Trump supporters harassed her and has now come clean about it, saying she lied. She was left with no choice since no surveillance footage supported her claims.
I’m hopeful that one day, more Christians will wake up to the fact that, while God has all things under His sovereign control, He is – according to His revelation in Scripture – allowing Satan to do whatever he can in order to bring his promises of Isaiah 14 to fruition. Satan has deigned to be “like the Most High” (Isaiah 14:14), and God is allowing him to attempt to make that happen. God will use it for His glory and will ultimately dethrone Satan upon His return. Until that time though, it seems clear enough that the less we rely on the government to accomplish anything good, the better off we will be.
Why did God speak (through prophets) so far ahead of events to prophesy that they were coming? For two reasons. First, God wanted everyone in Israel (and oftentimes the world itself), to know that what He said would come to pass would come to pass and He would use prophets to foretell these events way before the actual events themselves so that no one could claim to have seen it coming through situations of the times. Second, because it gave plenty of time for Israel to repent, turn around, and begin seeking God’s face again.