Sunday, February 26, 2017

Trump and Obama: A Purpose for Each

It always had been said: Never discuss religion or politics. Why? Because of our different belief systems.  People get angry. We can see that with the mobs in the cities.

The two things which are tantamount we are not to discuss. That's silly. Religion is about hope and politics how to live with each other in a civility until our hope is achieved. Those who are the least civil seem to have the least hope. Perhaps that dilemma makes them uncivil.

I favored George W. Bush when he won the first election over Al Gore. I actually believed that Bush was better for us, but that we needed Gore. My reasoning may seem illogical, but it's not.
"Romans 9:17 For the scripture saith unto Pharaoh, Even for this same purpose have I raised thee up, that I might shew my power in thee, and that my name might be declared throughout all the earth."
I thought Gore would be a great Pharaoh; Pharaoh was a bad guy. He was another god besides God: The Ancient Egyptians believed that their Pharaoh was the god Horus, son of Re, the sun god. When a pharaoh died he was believed to be united with the sun and then a new Horus ruled on earth. In the Old and Middle Kingdoms (2628-1638 BC), (

Moses wasn't testing a king, he was defeating a god! Even though Pharaoh was in competition with God, scripture says that God raised Pharaoh up for a purpose. What was the purpose? To show the Jews His own power and grace. Pharaoh was symbolic of Satan, and God made a fool of him in front of His people, the Jews. The Hebrew people needed to see the power of God to build up their faith, and give them hope. Pharaoh was merely a tool which God used for His purpose!

Now back to Al Gore. I thought Al was needed to further make the people dependent on the weak government. Al Gore was no god, but the almighty government was becoming, one and with speed. I believed that Al Gore was needed, so that God could reveal the weakness of the liberals with their social justice. With the further enslavement of Americans through political correctness, environmental foolishness, less respect for life, class warfare, gender division, race division, military weakness, and economic decline; that America would be ready to throw off the yoke of modern pharaoh.

I missed the mark. Al Gore was not God's purpose. George Bush was! The popular mantra was Bush lied! Most of the nation turned away from Bush because he allegedly lied about weapons of mass destruction. Also, God allowed the American economy to decline. His deal in perpetuity with the seed of Abraham was that prosperity would exist, only in the presence of obedience to him. It wasn't because George Bush lied, that he was despised, but because God had a purpose for him. It was to look as if he had failed.

Why would God want Bush to be perceived as a failure? Because America needed Barrack Obama. Why in the world would God want Obama? Because he needed a pharaoh! Of course in modern times pharaohs are different. God needed a pop star. People actually voted for an unqualified, Marxist who had antipathy for, not only the Constitution, but for Christianity. Obama enslaved America. It was God's purpose that we build bricks again without straw as the Hebrews did for pharaoh.

What were the bricks without straw? Upon the backs of Americans, Obama endeavored to build a new America without the straw. In his position as President, be took the Constitution out of America. When the Constitution went, so did the ideals on which the nation was built. Obama took Jesus out of the bricks. God was the straw which held the American bricks together! He was building an America without God!

Obama, just as was Pharaoh, was needed for God's purpose. America needed someone to deliver us from Pharaoh. Hillary would be jus another Ramses, Romney would just be another pansy. America needed a Moses!

Moses was a murderer, but God saw the compassion behind his sin. Moses was at one time a  filthy rich man because he was the son of god, the Pharaoh. In the face of peril, Moses sacrificed his wealth for God's purposes; he sacrificed riches to serve. Is that sounding familiar yet?

God chose Trump! God even used the system to get Trump elected. If it had not been God's will, Trump would have never won. It wasn't by the will of the people that Trump won, but God used the legal system to obtain a leader that He wanted for the nation. Trump was God's choice, just as Obama had been, for God does things for a purpose.

Trump has many rough edges, and he is a brash man. So was Moses. That's what God was looking for, or Trump would not have ever been ordained by God; and he was ordained to be President by God or he wouldn't have been elected through a miracle. You see, it wasn't Trump alone who went to Democrat states. God guided him there. Those states were the Red Sea, and God parted the waters so that Trump could safely cross the unsurmountable barrier. God has power, and it was He that made it all happen!

When Moses led the people there were those who murmured.
Exodus 16:2 "And the whole congregation of the children of Israel murmured against Moses and Aaron in the wilderness: 3 And the children of Israel said unto them, Would to God we had died by the hand of the Lord in the land of Egypt, when we sat by the flesh pots, and when we did eat bread to the full; for ye have brought us forth into this wilderness, to kill this whole assembly with hunger. 4 Then said the Lord unto Moses, Behold, I will rain bread from heaven for you; and the people shall go out and gather a certain rate every day, that I may prove them, whether they will walk in my law, or no."
The Jews preferred bondage in Egypt than freedom in the wilderness. Moses led them faithfully toward the goal: toward Canaanland; the land of milk and honey; and the land promised to Abraham. It was an earthly paradise. The people were actually choosing slavery to Pharaoh over freedom through God!

Murmuring was an early version of demonstrations. As Moses looked on he could see the rabble-rousers inciting the people to violence. Their deception caused many to despise Moses and God. Their preferences were the bricks-making without the straw under the ungodly rule of Pharaoh. The same holds true for American. Some preferred serfdom under Obama, than freedom under Trump.

Trump is our Moses, like it or not. He is symbolic of that strong leader, like it or not. Moses could not take the people all the way to the promised land because he was an imperfect leader, but he took the people to the precipice where the people could see prosperity. He provided hope. He made the Jews great again! Now it's our modern Moses whose charge is to Make America Great Again. Let's give him the same chance that God gave Moses.

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