God Wins

The tension is so thick you could cut it with a saw. That is, if you pay too much attention to the various commentators on the Net.

So Comey warned Congress that Weiner’s email collection might force the investigation back open. Then today he says, “Nah. Never mind.” Meanwhile, some have suggested that the NYPD, who seized Weiner’s laptop in the first place, would leak the evidence if the FBI doesn’t act on it. So maybe they will. And then Anonymous has said they have some ugly evidence, too, but they’ve lied before. So did Assange via Wikileaks, saying they had the silver bullet to end Clinton’s campaign, but never revealed it.

Don’t trust them. Don’t trust the polls showing Clinton in or near the lead, either. Everyone has something to gain by grabbing your attention, even if only for a few minutes. Yes, we still have this evening and tomorrow before the election, but I’m not counting on anything but more wild claims with no substance. Were revelations of that sort capable of changing very many minds, it should have already happened.

Fact: There is already enough stuff leaked to reasonably indict Clinton, but it ain’t happening. That’s because reason and law have nothing to do with it.

What happens in the final analysis is in the hands of God. Never forget the image of God herding cattle, because no part of any current political system is just before Him. There is no covenant nation governed by His Laws, so no one can claim His direct mercy and blessings on what their government does. When God places His favor on a nation, they can stop nukes with a choir. When God does not favor a nation, nothing they do can prevent His wrath.

Sometimes He allows us to peer through the mists and gloom and catch glimpses of what He’s doing. Most of the time we see nothing, so we just have to wait on Him and be ready to execute His calling on our lives. Don’t rely on what your senses and reason tell you; trust in your heart.

About Ed Hurst

Disabled Veteran, prophet of God's Laws, Bible History teacher, wannabe writer, volunteer computer technician, cyclist, Social Science researcher
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One Response to God Wins

  1. forrealone says:

    “….trust in your heart.” Amen to that, Pastor. Can’t trust anything else.

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