Recently a friend of mine sent me a letter written by a leader within the church organization that both of us attend with the following note:
“Regardless of one’s political affiliation, it was a sobering event as the mantle of leadership of the free world fell on the shoulders of Donald J. Trump. In his inaugural address he denounced the current political establishment and pronounced power to the people. It was a powerful indictment of the former presidents and their administrations as four ex-presidents and their wives sat there with glum faces.
And once again, regardless of one’s view of Donald Trump, you would have to admit that it took great courage to stand in the presence of all those people and say what he said. What we are seeing is a challenge to globalism in which the world’s political power is in the hands of powerful world leaders and the elite class of financiers and so-called celebrities.”
Yes, the time is coming in which we must say what needs saying and pray what needs praying. It will be a matter of life and death. As described in Isaiah 61, the faithful will be in mourning and praying Thy Kingdom come; Thy will be done on earth as it is heaven (Isaiah 61:1-3; Matthew 6:10). God will be the protector of those who pray what needs praying and say what needs saying. And if you die—you will live in resurrection.”