You can always know what they are afraid of by the way they tell a Lie. Every day when I open my web browser and my news feed pops up, I get a good laugh and most times several good laughs. They are terrified of Election Day. I think the most recent news headline that expressed that fear was the one that said that Hillary could win the Election before Election Day due to early voting. Anyway, if it isn’t one thing it’s another and it’s usually pretty entertaining to read.
In the wake of the latest Trump scandal another offensive has begun, both in the mainstream media and on social media. It follows a same basic argument construction that is directed against Christians in all matters. It revolves around Non-Christians telling Christians what it is that they should believe in or do in any given situation. It’s the same old, same old worn out thing.
I recall an article that Jennaaayyy sent me recently written by a Christian voter who explained that their support for Trump isn’t about what he will do once in office. It’s about what he won’t do. He won’t use Federal Regulation to bring legal persecution against the Church. He won’t use the Force of Law to compel Christians to engage in the material support of Evil. He won’t be waging a Culture War against Christian values through his vast network of minions throughout this Country.
Unlike our current President and the history of the current Democrat candidate running for President, he won’t be providing aid, comfort, support and sanctuary to our declared enemies who are putting Christians to death in the most gruesome of ways this very day simply because of their Faith in Jesus Christ.
I searched for the publication she sent me on Google and these are the top results of my search…
(By the way, if you simply put the words Trump and Christian into the search bar, you pretty much get the same results no matter what else you add to it)
Yes, once again we see numerous examples of Non-Christians trying to tell Christians how it is that they should conduct themselves. Their shrill insistence that we see things their way illustrates their exacerbation with the fact that even my Lutheran Church Lady for Life Mother still support Donald Trump for the Presidency. They have cultivated their hatred for the Church over any and all issues. This is just the latest and it’s certainly nothing new.
Christians know that all throughout History that God has used ALL manner of highly flawed individuals to do great and mighty things. An examination of the earthly family genealogy of Jesus Christ is a perfect illustration of that. In modern times we see the example of Bashir-al-Assad. Christians in Syria are fighting and dying on the side of his government. The reason for that is very simple. The physical survival of the Christians in Syria depend on them defeating their enemies. Their enemies are our enemies and yet our government is busy providing assistance to them to the extent that it may create a State of War between the United States and Russia. So yes, there is a lot at stake in this election and for the greater good of the Christian Church it is in the interest of Christians everywhere that we vote for a highly flawed and unrepentant sinner. To do so is not to participate in Evil. To not do so is a failure to act within the flawed framework we are given to resist the greatest Evil of our lifetime. I cannot fail to act within that framework. I will use what I am given to fight for a greater good. If it somehow soils my hands I am allowed to have them washed clean in the blood of Jesus Christ.
From the article at the link provided below…
I believe that God both can and will bring good out of evil. For that purpose he needs men who make the best use of everything. I believe God will give us all the power we need to resist in all time of distress. But he never gives it in advance, lest we should rely upon ourselves and not on him alone. A faith as strong as this should allay all our fears for the future. I believe that even our errors and mistakes are turned to good account. It is no harder for God to cope with them than with what we imagine to be our good deeds. I believe God is not just timeless fate, but that he waits upon and answers sincere prayer and responsible action.