Let’s Not Celebrate Too Early

There are many Christians out there that are celebrating the recent election.  Many are celebrating just because they didn’t get the other candidate.  If you recall, during the election cycle, people were asking, “of all the people in the United States, why do we only get to choose from these two?”

What if God was giving us the choice between two “not so good” people on purpose.  I want to hope for the best, but also prepare for the worst.  I’m not convinced that we are in the clear as a  nation yet.  So, where do we go from here?

 

 

Peace,
Todd

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3 thoughts on “Let’s Not Celebrate Too Early

  1. Janis

    At least we have avoided WWIII. Clinton said she would bomb Iran and create a no-fly zone over Syria. Putin said he will not allow that and it will begin WWIII. He has the cohones and hardware to back up his words. The Clintons have left hundreds of bodies in their wake and criminals who act like the Mafia.

    The US and the world are still in dire straits and there is no saving either our economy or that of Europe. All the developed nations of the world have a US Federal Reserve type central bank – in other words, privately owned and run by bankers. The currencies are debt backed. This is a recipe for disaster and there is no saving the economies of the world.

  2. Mic Roland

    Hey Todd,
    Good message. Yes, we’re always in God’s hands. As for celebrating, it feels more like celebrating that the plane didn’t burst into flames when we crashed in the mountains. Not great, but could have been much worse.

    It seems like God has given the church one more chance to lead, Trump may not be a godly man, but by -not- being hostile to Christians and the church (as the Democratic Party has become), it seems. Surely, a Clinton administration would have continued the official silencing and marginalizing of the church.

    The church — Christians — need to be standing up for what’s right, being salt and light in our communities. As it says in 1st Peter 2:12: “Having your conversation honest among the Gentiles: that, whereas they speak against you as evildoers, they may by your good works, which they shall behold, glorify God in the day of visitation.”

    The church needs to be getting out into the community and doing those good works — not to earn salvation, of course — but as expressions of faith: the living faith that James spoke of.

    Keep up the good work,

    — Mic

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