Finally, brethren, whatsoever things are true, whatsoever things are honest, whatsoever things are just, whatsoever things are pure, whatsoever things are lovely, whatsoever things are of good report; if there be any virtue, and if there be any praise, think on these things. —Philippians 4:8 KJV
Who Will You Choose, God or Man?
Tomorrow is the election, the day the nation decides whether they want the man given to us by God to lead us out of the mire, or whether we will continue with the corruption, greed, and globalization of our nation.
I believe Donald J. Trump will win, and win big. Our God is a mighty and glorious God. He gave us a choice with Donald J. Trump, and I choose to speak and act positively, rather than the negativity of the talking head pundits who are trying to convince us Trump doesn’t have a chance. Neither do I believe the polls, polls that are skewed to destroy our fervor and faith.
My dear friend Suzy said it best:
Our words set on fire the course of nature whether for good or evil.
WHY lend credence to the enemy’s efforts to destroy America with their own doubts, wavering’s, double-mindedness and unbelief?
We NEED to come into AGREEMENT!
Donald Trump will win in a landslide more than the 1980 election…keep the faith, look up, and stand on God’s promises.
Not long ago I was talking to a very dear friend and we were talking about Donald Trump. This is a man who often quotes Philippians 4:8 to me, about “thinking on the good things.” He said a very negative thing to me regarding what the powers that be would do to Trump. I will not repeat it because I refuse to, and I rebuffed his comment, and told him not to say it aloud again. Why speak what the demons of the air and the two legged demons on earth will rejoice in hearing?
Instead, pray a hedge of protection around Mr. Trump, his family, and his entire campaign. Pray for our nation, and thank God for inspiring this man to give the nation his all to save our beloved country.
Surely many of my readers have seen the negative article allegedly written by Bill Bennett. If not, look it up because I refuse to restate what was said in this article, and I rejected his words every time it came into my email. Negativity spreads like wildfire, but things of good report are rarely repeated. (Except “How ‘bout them Cubbies?!” does actually work this year!)
God’s Bible Heroes Weren’t Perfect
Truly, the only perfect person in God’s Word, was God himself! All the other heroes of the Bible were far less than perfect, just old sinners like the rest of us.
Moses, David and Paul come to mind when I think of Bible heroes…heroes that God used despite their weaknesses, sin and failures, and these three were murderers.
Think about it. Noah got drunk. Abraham was very old, and his wife Sara very impatient. Jacob was a cheater. King David was an adulterer and murderer. Solomon had many concubines who influenced his belief in God. Moses was a murderer, a doubter, had anger issues, and he stuttered. Aaron decided a golden calf was worth worshipping. Jonah ran from God (remember Nineveh?). Gideon was terribly insecure. Miriam was a gossip. Elijah was moody. Paul was a murderer. Peter was a liar and denier. Thomas was a doubter. And on and on with the heroes we know were God’s chosen to do His work. Not a one of these heroes was perfect, but they were chosen by God for His purposes.
But it is King David who is such an example of God’s love for us. The Lord said in Acts 13:12, “I have found David the son of Jesse, a man after mine own heart, which shall fulfil all my will.” The heart of David was described in his own writings in Psalms; humble, reverent, respectful, trusting, loving, devoted, recognition, faithful, obedient, and repentant. God uses imperfect men, and loves them because He called them to do His work, and God truly knows their hearts.
Many folks question Mr. Trump’s Christianity. He is private about his faith, but he has shown it in so many other ways. He is fervent about attending church, and yes, I know going to church doesn’t make you a Christian. Yet, actions speak so much louder than words, and Trump never talks about his generosity to others, the recipients do! The Bible doesn’t call very many folks “good men,” but I believe this man, Donald J. Trump, is truly a good man.
It is why I want you all to watch one more short video from a Puerto Rican man who worked for Mr. Trump in the early 80s. His story is one that we’ve heard many times. The heart of Mr. Trump is a heart of love and compassion. Listen to William Campudoni tell of how Donald J. Trump gave him a chance like no one else would.
Courage, Compassion and a Spine of Steel
Truly, Trump has courage in his soul, compassion in his heart, and steel in his spine. How many could put up with the constant attacks, lies, and distortions of his words that he’s put up with for over a year? Every rally he’s done he’s seen all of us out there cheering for him. We are the people he loves and wants to help, and this has kept him strong and driven.
Last December 2015, I wrote an article about the Book of Jonah, which is only four chapters long and tells the story of Jonah, the whale, and the City of Nineveh. I’ve often thought that Donald Trump is here to give America her Nineveh…a respite from the destruction.
Remember when the State Chairman of the S.C. GOP, Matt Moore, who was on Fox News last February? He made a revealing statement. He stated that no matter what Donald Trump does, no matter what Donald Trump says, everything works out well for him. His numbers keep rising, and his rallies keep growing. He said, “For this to happen, there has to be a supernatural power behind him.”
From the start, Donald Trump had few supporters and a lot of scoffers and mockers yet God brought the man tremendous victories! I thank Him for raising up a bold leader for clearly His Almighty hand is upon the man. We are well aware that our God is the same yesterday, today and forever! From Israel, comes this picture of our Jewish friends for Trump.
Ask and Ye Shall Receive
Please join us in this national need for our collective voices to be heard above the voting booths, and to all citizens in our country who have yet to make up their minds.
Dearly Beloved God in Heaven,
You know our needs, our desires, and our fears for our America. You know our hearts. We come to Your throne with a final prayer for this election and our beloved nation. Please give us a president who loves our country and everything she once stood for, a nation who respects YOU as the one true God. Please dear Lord, give us a president who will, with Your help, restore America to her former glory, the way You intended her to be…the bastion of freedom and liberty to all the world. Please help us to respect, honor, and thank you daily for all You have given us and never to take anything for granted. Lord God, we plead our cause, weaken and destroy the evil permeating our culture and political realm, and strengthen the good to bring honor and glory to Your Holy Name.
May the God of Abraham, Isaac, and Jacob, and His Son, Jesus, the Christ, bless this nation with a leader who will truly “drain the swamp.” Amen and Amen.