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Proceed With Caution

Wednesday, November 9, 2016 18:43
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Today, the ones of us who voted for Trump are at a minimum relieved while some are thrilled and celebrating. If you supported Clinton, then you’re probably a little down, maybe even pissed, but the one thing all of us can agree on is that we’re glad it’s over. For the first time in a long time, I won’t have to empty my “BS” filter before going to bed tonight.

English: Seal of the President of the United S...
English: Seal of the President of the United States (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

If you supported Trump, I want to encourage you to not get too excited just yet. He is just one man and try as he might, he cannot fix all that ails the country overnight. It will take time, and he will have to have help. Plus, there are other things to consider, too. For instance:

  1. Exactly what are we getting with Trump? Are we getting the Trump who years ago was a liberal? You know, the one who was “pro-choice”, supported some gun control, and contributed money to liberal politicians. Or, are we getting the Trump who campaigned for the presidency on much more conservative values? The answer is – we don’t know. Only time will tell.
  2. Trump smacked the establishment around unmercifully, both Republicans and Democrats. Heck, some of the upper echelon Republicans didn’t even support him as the party’s presidential nominee. I even heard today where former President George W. Bush didn’t even bother to vote for president. So, I’m wondering if the establishment in Congress will even work with Trump in fixing what ails us, which they caused, or if they will just make his life difficult.
  3. The Republicans now control the House, the Senate, and the White House. They have absolute power over us, which we have given them, and “Absolute power corrupts absolutely.” Will they limit themselves to the powers granted them by The Constitution, or will it be “anything goes”? Will they keep Trump in check, or will they set on their asses like they did with Obama and let him do whatever he wants? House Speaker Paul Ryan said today that Trump had been given a “mandate”. When I heard that, shivers went up my spine. It’s eerily similar to Lamar Alexander, the U.S. Senator from Tennessee, saying, “Elections have consequences” after Obama won the presidency in 2008. One party with this much power could prove to be very dangerous, folks. Contrary to what some may think, just because it’s the Republicans, it doesn’t mean they’re saints. Some Republicans are just as low-down evil as some Democrats. I know from first-hand experience.

So, I want to encourage all of my fellow Americans, and especially the Trump supporters, to proceed with caution in regards to their post-election celebrations. Don’t get me wrong, I am thrilled that Hillary Clinton was defeated, but the fact is we don’t know where a Trump presidency will actually take us as a country. We are in uncharted waters. However, I know one place it better take us to, or we’re doomed to failure, and that’s the instruction of 2 Chronicles 7:14, which says:

If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; THEN (emphasis added) will I hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will heal their land. (KJV).


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