I know that our nation is in distress. We are facing one of the most difficult times we've seen. We are being fed lies daily by the media that is unashamedly pulling for one candidate while spewing fallacies about the other. Hillary Clinton is a criminal worthy of being called a mafia crime boss. Her guilt is obvious, she has lied in front of a federal investigation and gotten away with it. She and her husband are over a "foundation" that is nothing but a money laundering scheme. She is blatantly evil. Yet, we see hardly anything but false images spread by the leftist media. Worse yet, her own followers spew the same lies and call you a sexist if you don't accept them.
What do we need in this nation? God. One of Gods important attributes is justice. He is a Just God. His morals and justice cannot be swayed by popular opinion, underhanded dealings, political correctness, or the lies of rhetoric propaganda.
I keep seeing Christians post 2 Chronicles 7:14: and My people who are called by My name humble themselves, pray and seek My face, and turn from their evil ways, then I will hear from heaven, forgive their sin, and heal their land.
While I completely agree with the passage, I disagree with the sentiment by the Christians. We, the true body of Christ, have turned to Him and have humbled ourselves. We will continue to do so, that is not the issue, it is the right thing to do. But, there should be more. God wants us to pray, He wants to hear us. So, is there something we should say beyond humbly asking forgiveness?
We need to be on our knees, crying out for justice. Our own justice system has been so corrupted by the left that we cannot expect honest judgment in cases involving people like Clinton, Obama, or any other powerful democrat. We see people who are oppressed and suppressed, controlled and ignored. The common, average citizen does not receive honest justice, we now fear our own government.
We need to look at Psalm 10: 17-18 LORD, You have heard the desire of the humble; You will strengthen their hearts. You will listen carefully, 18 doing justice for the fatherless and the oppressed so that men of the earth may terrify them no more.
Psalm 34:51 The eyes of the LORD are toward the righteous And His ears are open to their cry.
When God intervened for his followers in the Old Testament, he spoke of how he heard their cries. He brought them out of bondage to Egypt because he heard their cries. We are not in bondage like they were, we still have enough freedom to count ourselves blessed. But, there are people who would take it from us, piece by piece. Our way of life, our freedom, will be overthrown not by a quick battle, but by a slow progression of amoral laws and slimy dictators who call themselves progressive. They will replace what is right with what is wrong. It is our duty to fight back, but we don't need to pick up weapons, we need to be on our knees. The armies our God commands are stronger and swifter than anything man has or will ever have.
Cry, body of Christ, cry for justice to the God who is perfectly just.