We won an important battle by electing Donald Trump, but we must keep in mind that we won a battle and not a war. The left wing radical socialist crowd is not about to timidly slink back into their caves never to be heard from again; they are going to fight.
Check out this warning from my friend Matt Staver of the vaunted Liberty Counsel, the organization that fights battles against those who would suppress our religious freedom. (They do it pro bono for those who are attacked by these groups, so pray for them and support them financially, we need them.) Read the truth about those demonstrations occurring now against Trump being elected that are being portrayed by a dishonest media as “spontaneous”:
Last night, in several cities around the country, demonstrators gathered to protest the election. Many of these events were organized by the liberal group, Moveon.org, which sent out an email urging people to organize a demonstration. Some were organized by Black Lives Matter, Bernie Sanders’ supporters and socialists. Based on the past experience, there is little doubt that George Soros provided funding for many of these efforts.
“America has just come through one of the most divisive elections in history. It is now time to heal the wounds and unite around our common shared values and to trust in God for our future,” said Mat Staver, Founder and Chairman of Liberty Counsel.
We had the largest turnout on record for evangelicals for this election and I can tell you for a fact prayer warriors all over the United States and indeed the world were fasting and praying together with gusto. Groups like United in Purpose spent millions and worked with other organizations such as the Family Research Council, the Jesus Alliance, and others to tirelessly motivate Christians to go to the polls. There is not enough room in this post to mention them all, but God bless them for uniting and working so hard to salvage our country.
Wow I’m tempted to sit back and celebrate. How about you?
Check out this map courtesy of Prager University of how millennials voted:
We cannot feed a continent alone, or change the sentiment of millions of millennials, alone, but together nothing will be impossible for us, including spreading the good news of Jesus to all those who have been deceived.
I am not asking on behalf of them alone, but also on behalf of those who will believe in Me through their message, that all of them may be one, as You, Father, are in Me, and I am in You. May they also be in Us, so that the world may believe that You sent Me. I have given them the glory You gave Me, so that they may be one as We are one.
Have a great weekend and go to special Sunday services at Honey Lake Church this Sunday, You do not want to miss Larry Rowe. His down to earth true hilariously funny story of redemption needs to be heard. We also have a covered dish luncheon together afterwards. BE THERE!
November 11 2016 – Click here to listen