TODAY’S GUEST: Dr. Scott Lively is a pastor, author of many books, has advocated and modeled the Biblical worldview as a writer, speaker, attorney, pastor, human rights consultant, and missionary for more than 30 years on five continents.
After all that’s occurred with rampant cheating, election tampering, ballot-harvesting, and voter fraud on such a massive scale, do we just pray and rely on the courts? Where do we go from here? Don’t lose heart! Surrender it to the Lord. “Get on our knees and then on our feet. We must keep praying and then get up and take action.” Scott Lively
“The days are coming, declares the LORD, when they will no longer say, ‘As surely as the LORD lives, who brought the Israelites up out of the land of Egypt.’ Instead they will say, ‘As surely as the LORD lives, who brought and led the descendants of the house of Israel up out of the land of the north and all the other lands to which He had banished them.’ ” Jeremiah 23:7-8
Dr. Lively predicts a period of “darkness before the dawn” but urges “The Deplorables” to keep fighting until the Supreme Court vindicates President Trump by acknowledging the election was invalidated by fraud.
“Americans should consider the media the largest and most unaccountable political activists in the country… “There are many ways the media can rig an election, by downplaying all of the negatives for their preferred candidate, by ignoring all the positives of their disfavored candidate, playing games with polls, inventing completely fraudulent narratives such as the Russia collusion hoax … all of these things are ways of rigging elections,”
The media once again failed in their election coverage by intentionally amplifying corrupt polls and preconceived narratives, while ignoring the few pollsters who did accurately predict the electorate’s support for President Donald Trump.”
Elections, Nations Change; God Does Not – David Fiorazo
If Christians in America believe the Bible, then one key question we should ask is how could any election be so close when you compare the policies and party platforms?