Hey God, didn’t You hear our prayers and prophecies on the presidential election? (Part 1)

 

From the beginning of Donald Trump’s presidency, I believed Trump’s time in office would be just a brief pause in America’s continuing slide down a slippery slope into a pit of godlessness and total rebellion. My greatest hope was that it would be an eight-year pause, rather than a four-year one.

But of course, there are those who disagree with me and believe America’s government can be straightened out by cleaning up the Swamp in Washington, D.C. You know, just remove the rotten eggs and replace them with godly, good eggs. And then while the saints chant, “abra cadabra Jesus loves us,” a kingdom of God based government would suddenly appear in our nation’s capital. 

The main problem with this thinking is that our governments – federal, state and local – and elected officials and judicial systems are all cogs in the world system, which is under the influence of Satan.

 Don’t team up with those who are unbelievers. How can righteousness be a partner with wickedness? How can light live with darkness? (2 Corinthians 6:14 NLT)

 There is a coming time when the Lord will clean up our government and other nations’ governments, but that will be when the seventh angel blows his trumpet and all of heaven will shout, “The kingdoms [governments] of this world have become kingdoms of our Lord and of His Christ and He shall reign forever and ever.” 

If we take the time to read the Book of Revelation and other end-time verses, we will discover that the Church is raptured at the last trumpet and what follows after this trumpet blast will be God’s punishments on the ungodly world system. Few will survive. Buildings, structures and mountains will be turned to rubble by earthquakes.

The Swamp will finally be removed!

Yes, at times, God does intervene in nations’ governments to advance His kingdom, in answer to prayers and because of His great mercy. But if you look at history through a long-term biblical mindset – and not a short-term American one – you will realize how history eventually conforms itself to God’s Word. It’s not about America achieving its manifest destiny, it’s all about His church becoming His bride, prepared for an awesome King.

Okay. Okay. Okay. What does this have to do with President Trump and the presidential election, right?

In August on a Zoom call, a friend prophesied to me: “You’re like a gyro that I see spinning, but it’s wobbling a little bit. Then I see the hand of the Lord touch the top of it. The wobbling is going to stop. It will then be spinning along its axis and moving and spinning the way it should under My anointing and power. If there are some things that are a little wobbly right now, God is going to set it in order and in divine alignment. I have better things for you…”

What do you do with a prophetic word like this?

Seek the Lord and ask for His insight.

Eventually, I felt the Lord told me that He was finetuning me, which of course, meant I had error in my prophetic makeup. Not only that, I felt the prophecy was meant for all of the prophetic voices in the Body of Christ.

What did this mean?

It wasn’t until I watched Amy Cony Barrett being sworn into her associate justice position on the Supreme Court on October 27th that I felt the Lord spoke to my spirit: “This is the last big thing President Trump will ever accomplish.”

“Oh dear,” I thought, “this means Joe Biden will be elected president.”

But why?

Just so you know: I wrote an article on May 2, 2020, in which I stated that I felt that  President Trump would win reelection, but the Republicans would lose the senate.

(Continued in Part 2)

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2 responses to “Hey God, didn’t You hear our prayers and prophecies on the presidential election? (Part 1)

  1. “But if you look at history through a long-term biblical mindset – and not a short-term American one – you will realize how history eventually conforms itself to God’s Word. It’s not about America achieving its manifest destiny, it’s all about His church becoming His bride, prepared for an awesome King.”

    That’s quotable. Regardless of the time, country or current situation “the long term biblical mindset” is the only way to ever view the world and the happenings in the world. The eternal perspective is the only perspective that is correct…all else is very, very temporal and while some things may seem very important to me, to you or to others right now, in light of eternity, they are not much at all.

    Regardless of what it might seem like, the “will of God is being done on the planet right now” and when all the dust settles the “will of God will still be being done”. We must keep our eyes on the prize, which is the onward, upward call of God.

    Good article.

  2. Mark Pedder,

    Thanks for your insightful comments. God bless you.

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