It is the best of times and the worst of times. We are in a battle for the soul of America, a philosophical civil war. Not with guns or bombs or sword, but with ideas and speech and political correctness that has run amuck. So much so we are destroying the very language we communicate with. Meaning of words have change, are you male, female, x, use the wrong pronoun you could get arrested. We are not fighting left vs. right, one political party against another, this war goes much deeper. Into the very depths and heights of spiritual warfare. We are fighting right vs. wrong and light vs. darkness. Our fight is for who will control our nation. Sinister forces are in play today to discourage and defeat the very plan of God for America. The Pilgrims dedicated this new land for Almighty God, and He has not relinquished His hand or sovereignty over us. We are in the fight of our lives, for the Devil knows his time is short and is doing all he can with the help of his minions to defeat the plan and purpose of this great nation. We are God’s land and never shall we turn from that! Will we have to fight? Yes! The dark side has money, media, and foot soldiers that will do anything to win, but we have a mission from Almighty God. Psalms 94:16 says “who will rise up for me against the evildoers?” America is the last and best hope for mankind. If we fail, the world is lost. America has sent money technology and most importantly missionaries to spread the Gospel all over the globe. We are a beacon of hope and light! Arrogance? No! A mission from God! Only Jesus can save our nation and world, but without the uniqueness of America and its freedoms and morality the world is a dark place. We in the church need to understand that the darkest of places need the light of the Gospel and the morality of a Godly people. So often we hear that the political realm is to dirty for Christians, however Jesus ate and communicated with what the religious leaders of that day called sinners and unclean people. We are called to be light and salt. Light illuminates and salt preserves. Salt can also be an irritant to a wounded nation, as we call out immorality and greed. Can we win this battle? Yes a thousand times yes, but will we? We have reaped in America what we have sown. That is a law of God. We reap after we sow and we reap more than we have sown. Now we must sow into politics to reap a harvest.
Proverbs 29:2 When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice; but when a wicked man rules, the people groan.
Righteousness exalts a nation,
But sin is a reproach to any people.