Now that Donald Trump has won the election, new thoughts come to mind. Is God granting us a temporary reprieve, and if so, is it dependent on what that particular demographic of so-called Evangelical voters do now?
Michael Boldea of Homeward Bound puts it much more eloquently than I can.
Yes, yesterday was indeed The People vs The Establishment and The People won, by the grace of God. I’ve said before, my FB feed is split down the middle in terms of politics. It is much like the nearly even split of the election. I feel very sad for those who are literally mourning Hillary’s loss. I’m sad they just couldn’t see her, and Washington, for what they are. They remain convinced the devil won last night.
Only time will tell if Trump brings the positive changes so many are hoping for. The talking heads kept saying they underestimated the white uneducated. Darn tooting. Rural America may not have a stack of college degrees, but they aren’t stupid. They are the backbone of America, the “salt of the earth” as they say. But not only that, some may be “country” but are very highly educated. In all, Trump won because people are fed up with the establishment. People are waking up.
It is my prayer that Christians continue to wake up and put on the full armor of Christ, for our battle was not against Hillary or Washington, but continues to be with the powers and principalities of darkness.
Do not fall back into complacency. Now, more than ever, we must shine the Light. The rapture is still imminent. Our time is still short. We have been given another chance to be about our Father’s work in freedom, for however long it may last.