All I know is what I've seen his priorities to be so far, and I can see that he has been deeply deceived, whether he's a Christian or not. He may believe the lie and think that abortion is a good thing, or he may have a murderous heart. Either way it is evil that leads him to lift these bans, condoning the killing of millions of human beings.
Our nation is sacrificing babies to the spirit of Molech. Demons don't die. They are thirsty for life and blood and destruction. The spirits that moved the Israelites to sacrifice their babies in a burning oven are still here. And our tax dollars will now pay to feed them.
In my imagination, I see a dark cloud closing in over our country. But today as we were singing about the Glory of God spreading throughout the earth, I thought of the movie Horton Hears a Who.
My daughter loves that movie and so I have seen it several times. I should do a post on all of the cool themes in that movie but for now, I want to talk about the barrier. The Whos were shouting and trying to be heard but there was a thick covering that insulated the sound. Finally the sound waves forced their way through as the smallest Who joined his voice with the others.
I thought of that this morning. There may be a shadow settling in on us. But we, God's people, can make ourselves heard. We can sing praise. Speak truth. And the thing that makes the most noise? Love the Lord with all I am and love my neighbor as myself.
There may be a shadow, I feel it. But we are the light of the world. It's time to get out from under the bushels and let the world see a difference in us.
I just read a book called Every Hidden Thing by Athol Dickson, (go to my book blog for a review) and the key thing I got from it is that we cannot fight a spiritual problem with physical weapons. We must fight on the spiritual plain and the biggest weapon we have, aside from prayer and the Word of God, is love.
So, how does that play out?