Christians need to be involved in the elective process, not to champion one political party over another, but to call the
nation back to its moral roots. The future of the United States is not defined in Bible prophecy. A weak or ungodly government here would just make
it easier for the future evil world dictator, the Beast, to exert his influence. A revival here would be an great impetus to an End Times spiritual
harvest and might provide the environment for a Christian underground during the Tribulation.
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The weeks since the election have seen an unprecedented number of headlines teasing various scenarios about changing the results
in the Electoral College — whose 538 members meet Monday in the 50 state capitals to cast their official votes.
Nov. 27, 2016 - Donald Trump has chosen education reform advocate Betsy Devos as his Secretary for Education.
DeVos, aside from being known as a philanthropist and a staunch political figure, is also a devoted Christian who has actively campaigned
to reform the current state-mandated science like the theory of evolution and instead, adopt Christian principles into curricular programs.
DeVos advocates a 'voucher system' to provide the opportunity for those who would prefer to attend private schools to do so.
Nov. 26, 2016 - Henry Kissnger, elder statesman, and author of "World Order," met recently with Donald Trump, and gave this public statement:
“He has absolutely no baggage,” he said. “He has no obligation to any particular group because he has become a president on the basis of his own strategy
and a program he put before the American public.
During the election the top search for Bible verses was about "the end times." Thet top Bible verse was 2 Chronicles 7:14.
“If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways,
then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.”
Nov. 19, 2016 - As a trusted and experienced conservative politician, it is likely that his role as Donald Trump's Vice President will make a very big impact on the nation.
His political positions, and respected political skills are also impacted by his spiritual beliefs.
He became a born-again Christian in his teens, claiming that evangelical Protestantism gave him, for the first time, the chance to develop a personal relationship with Jesus.
Nov. 19, 2016 - During the Republican primaries Donald Trump met with Henry Kissinger in hopes that it would build up his foreign policy credentials.
Now, after the election, they have met again to discuss "events and issues around the world." According to an official statement from the president-elect's team...
"President-elect Trump and Dr. Kissinger have known each other for years and had a great meeting. They discussed China, Russia, Iran, the EU and other events
and issues around the world."
An astonishing 81 percent of white evangelicals supported Trump, compared to only 16 percent who did not, exceeding even the 78-21 split for George W. Bush in 2004...
Christians need to be especially active in holding Trump’s “feet to the fire.”
Nov. 3, 2016 - Pray and Vote," a special hour-long program hosetd by the American Family Association. It reflected the nearly unanimous belief
of evangelical leaders that this is the most important election in a generation. Evangelist Franklin Graham of Samaritan's Purse joined the broadcast and
offered this advice:
"The Democratic Party cannot save it, the Republican Party cannot save it," he shared. "Only God can turn this country around – but God uses people."
Oct. 28, 2016 - Today FBI Director James Comey sent a surprise letter to Congress about the Clinton email case. He said new emails from
a different source shed new light on the matter.
Donald Trump’s campaign cheered the news that the FBI is reviewing new emails related to the investigation into
Hillary Clinton's private email server, an October surprise that could damage her White House bid.
In Arizona and North Carolina... more registered Democrats than Republicans have indeed cast early ballots... Meanwhile,
early data shows Republican presidential nominee Donald Trump with potential advantages of his own in battleground states Florida, Ohio and elsewhere.
Oct. 19, 2016 - Speaking from Isaiah chapters 44 and 45, Derek W.H. Thomas of the First Presbyterian Church in Columbia, South Carolina, addressed
the question about how God could allow flawed leaders to succeed.
“How can God use a pagan king like Cyrus the Great to advance his glory?” Thomas asks. “It’s a very serious question.
Let me suggest that God as sovereign may employ whomever he wishes to advance his kingdom and his purpose.”
A video of the message is inclluded in this article
Oct. 12, 2016 - The latest release of sensitive emails reveals a disturbing exchange between Jennifer Palmieri, now Hillary Clinton's campaign
director of communications, and John Halpin, a fellow at the liberal think tank Center for American Progress. John Podesta, Hillary Clinton's
adviser was copied in the email. Halpin complained that Fox's Rupert Murdoch and Robert Thompson, managing editor of the Wall Street Journal,
were raising their kids Catholic.
Palmieri wrote. "Murdoch baptized his kids in Jordan where John the Baptist baptized Jesus." Halpin answered:
"They must be attracted to the systematic thought and severely backwards gender relations and must be totally unaware of Christian democracy."
During an interview on "The Kelly File," political analyst Karl Rove said this was bigotry, "not only against conservative Catholics, but also against evangelicals."
The Republican nominee worked to cast his rival as a career politician unable to bring change – and the Democratic nominee
fought to tag Trump as an empty suit “hiding” something from the American public.
Sept. 20, 2016 - This is an exceptional message, delivered last Sunday at Calvary Chapel of Chino Hills. It gives Biblical and historical
answers to the questions of how to understand our times and how to respond to the challenge of voting in this presidential election.
The Obama administration’s $91 million refugee grant to the United States Conference of Catholic Bishops (USCCB) is being credited with purchasing the
virtual silence of the bishop on the extreme pro-abortion agenda propagated by Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.