United We Could Stand, But Divided We Will Fall

DISCLOSURE: This is going to be an unpopular opinion. I knew that going forward. However, that’s not why I’m writing and publishing this.  It’s not like I have a huge or even a decent following. Far from it. I’m writing this in the dire hopes of possibly being the voice of reason, of waking America up, even if my mere words reac just a single person.  Someone needs to wake up, seriously, because for the most part, the masses of America (myself included,) have been asleep for far too long.

In the Bible, Genesis 50:20 says, “As for you, you meant evil against me, but God meant it for good in order to bring about this preset result, to preserve many people alive.” (NASB)

There are at least forty-nine additional Scriptures of similar meaning, and which declare the truth of God’s divine intercession; that He constantly is “working for our good.” (Romans 8:28.) I firmly believe that said verses can be, and are regularly made applicable to everyday life. Anyone who says that God is dead or that He stopped caring for the very people He created, (worse yet, that He’s in heaven somewhere, laughing at us,) is foolish at best, and I pity them. Trust me, I used to cling to that mentality. It isn’t a pretty sight. The Bible says we’re not to judge, but to love and pray for the lost. I’m learning to do so a little more each day.

 Furthermore, the following statement might surprise you (though no one’s more shocked than myself,) but in an attempt to embrace full transparency here, I believe the Lord’s intercession and provisions do not fall short of politics.  On the contrary, I believe they are closely aligned with our 45th president, Mr. Donald Trump. I think He’s watching and guarding him profusely. The certainly of this grows a little larger with each passing day, post-election 2020.

Also in the interest of transparency, Trump has done some things that I absolutely do not agree with, okay? Like how he downplayed the seriousness of Covid, or his stance on  immigration, which resulted in many Hispanic families being separated. But he’s done a lot in four years, too; much more than  most media outlets and the general public are willing to admit. So is he a saint? Most certainly not. He’s not, in my opinion, evil either, and I wasn’t implying that with the above Scripture. At least, not in the way that the world tends to conjure up when they think of the word, which is closer to the horror genre than not.

What I am trying to say is that, from my limited position, Trump probably fell from grace a long time ago. I think the enemy tantalized him with greed and power, and somewhere along the way, he lost parts of himself. That is the past. It can’t be changed now, and shouldn’t be dwelled upon. As for the present, I don’t believe we’ve seen the last of him. God is not finished with him yet. Mr. Trump’s journey is not finished. Beneath it all, God is and has steadily been working on his heart, mind, and spirit, chiseling away the impurities, per a Master Surgeon. God will transform His pupil, thus resulting in a  devout, God-fearing man, husband, father, and president.

Why do I feel this way? Simply put: this hour-long sermon spoke to me in really profound ways. Even if you’re not religious, I think it’s worth watching. It’s only an hour of your time, but the implications are HUGE.

Now, the media would like us to believe that Joe Biden won, and that there’s zero proof of the Republican party’s allegations of fraud; of voter ballot tampering. I’ll tell you right now: I bought the media’s lies and manipulations. Without barely a second thought, I bought them. I believed the results were final, that president-elect Joe Biden would be inaugurated as the 46th president of the USA, on January 20th, 2021. By refusing to concede, I thought Trump was panicking, desperate to remain in the White House for four more years. I no longer believe this. I think it was rigged. I suspect that Trump beat him not necessarily “by a landslide,” but certainly by a sizable margin.

At the very least, don’t you think it highly suspicious, and worthy of serious investigation, that votes for Biden came pouring in over night (within a few hours, is my understanding,) just when he needed them most, and from the necessary  key states?

So, what can we, as concerned citizens, do in the meantime? There’s only one solution: pray earnestly and often to God that He might correct this egregious miscarriage of justice. Pray boldly, dangerously, confidently. I can’t stress enough how strongly I feel in my heart that Trump being re-elected is not only in our best interest (Biden would be much, MUCH worse,) but ultimately, the fulfillment of God’s plan for Mr. Trump; a prophecy come to fruition.

Pastor Hank Kunneman wasn’t the only one to prophecy in favor of Trump, either. Kim Clement is one of many who have come out of the woodwork, so to speak . Some came forward years ago (the oldest, to my knowledge happened in 2007,) while others occurred post-election 2020.

Also, I’ll be the first to admit that not every prophet is genuine. There are fakes. But I’m strong enough in my faith to know, in my heart, that not all of them can be false. The Spirit has been speaking to me for days, relentlessly driving home the sad realty of this country, and the authenticity of God’s plans for the world–a pre-apocalyptic world led by a re-elected Donald Trump.

Call me insane, but stranger, more unprecedented things have happened.

We’re all entitled to our personal beliefs and opinions. I refuse to be silenced.

 

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