I promised long ago that if I got it wrong regarding the outcome of the presidential election and my prophecy that Trump would be reelected, I would publish an open apology. Since then, I have waited for procedures and challenges to run their course before doing so
I’ve been mostly quiet about the election in recent days as I've awaited the ultimate outcome of the related court cases. I’ve been really burned out on the turmoil, the conflict and disunity among Christians over it. It has seemed that everything I say about the election, no matter what it is, tends to stir a lot of folk to hurl uncleanness
Too many people throw their brains on the table and stop thinking when they hear a prophetic word, or they become complacent, thinking the outcome is a done deal
Democrats did little more than focus on America’s remaining injustices, as if we are a profoundly evil nation that needs to be radically restructured. They fanned the flames of racial divisions and hatred and focused on seeking to make people afraid of Donald Trump, while at the RNC ordinary people -- not a parade of celebrities as at the DNC -- who came from all races and all walks of life celebrated what is right with our nation
Surely the Lord God does nothing Unless He reveals His secret counsel To His servants the prophets Amos 3:7.God has always been faithful to do this. We whom people recognize as prophetic don’t always connect the dots or understand what the Lord is saying to us. But God does announce it and eventually we get it.
If the church had been living the life of the cross of Jesus Christ, sacrificially poured out in love for one another and the world around us, and if we’d been walking in His resurrection power, we might have had the kind of impact on this nation that would have prevented the violence and hatred we’re seeing today
Now in many states businesses are gradually being allowed to open. Marijuana shops and liquor stores never did close. They were deemed “essential services” by our government officials while churches were ordered to remain shut