Elections, Nations Change; God Does Not

by | Nov 13, 2020 | American Church, Christianity, Culture & Morality, Government, Politics and Faith, President Trump | 0 comments

The questions are nearly endless! Will we ever know who really won the election? Can America’s voting system still be trusted and did we have a fair election? Does the media declare winners or do they only ‘project’ a winner? How much voter fraud took place on election night and why did swing states literally stop counting ballots in the early morning hours the next day?

Why the delayed results and vote-counting issues in five swing states where Trump had the lead on election night? Something doesn’t pass the smell test. I’ve read reports of fraud on a massive scale in multiple states. Will lawsuits do any good at this point?

But even with cheating and voter fraud, there’s one key question Christians should ask. How could elections possibly even be close when you compare the policies and party platforms with what the Bible teaches? Republicans certainly have their issues, but the Democrat platform literally endorses evil. Let’s face it; this country has changed.

If half the voters are willing to support Joe Biden, an aging career politician who is as anti-American, pro-abortion, and anti-Christian as you can get, maybe we should evaluate why. And Kamala Harris is even more radical. 

At this point it’s not over yet. But if we can ask how President Trump could lose this election to the Left, but not ask how we lost every major institution in America over the last 50 years, maybe that’s part of the problem.

The nation has changed because Christians have changed and conformed to the world. Do we understand what the Bible teaches about morality? Are we willing to repent of idolatry when it comes to voting? Have we honestly prayed for wisdom, direction and then voted accordingly? Do we still trust in God or is that just a cute national motto?

For those who still want religious freedom and who believe God and His Word, what must we do to awaken the lukewarm church in America, encourage repentance, impact culture for Christ again, and get public schools to teach true American history or get our children out of there?

How do we combat all the deception and misinformation out there primarily due to a godless education system, a one-party Democrat media, anti-Christian corporations, powerful liberals in Hollywood, and big tech censoring conservatives?

… 2020 has been chaotic. People are desperate and some are losing hope. They’ve lost family members and many are suffering from a year of uncertainty, isolation, fear, anxiety, or hopelessness. And on top of this, some of our churches are closed – again!  

People’s greatest need is to be forgiven of their sins and reunited with the God who created them. And we have the best and only hope, the truth of forgiveness and salvation; it’s the gospel of Jesus Christ.

Remember, our purpose hasn’t changed. This world however, is constantly changing and so is the country. People change, rulers and presidents change; but God is Lord over all creation and all the nations. He never changes and His Word endures forever.

The prophet Daniel said,

“May the name of God be blessed forever and ever,
For wisdom and power belong to Him.
21 It is He who changes the times and the seasons;
He removes kings and appoints kings;
He gives wisdom to wise men,
And knowledge to people of understanding.”
 Daniel 2:20-21

Regardless of who is our president and regardless of the outcome of any election, the Bible instructs us to pray for our leaders because their decisions affect us, and either reflect God’s righteousness or lawlessness.


Originally published at Freedom Project Media