In his most recent column, Dr. Brown makes great points as always. I know far too many people who have treated Trump like the Messiah for four years. He never was. He did some great things, and some not so great things. What he DID was far more important than what he tweeted or said, by the way, and far more impactful for our nation and our world. Some of his decisions will benefit us for generations to come.
Some people got distracted or discouraged by Trump’s personality. That’s too bad, because you often have to look past that in people. For example, many people, like some politicians and spiritual leaders, are icky sweet in person and turn on the charm, but behind the scenes they’re doing great evil.
I don’t believe Trump did anything he didn’t think would benefit America. Sometimes his approach has been less than diplomatic, to be sure, but I do think he honestly tried to do what was best for AMERICA. The entrenched interests on both sides fought him tooth and nail. They never wanted someone to ask questions or upset their apple cart. They liked the “old way of doing business”, which of course, was doing NOTHING.
We know there was election fraud, and there’s a certain amount in every election, and I’m still hoping that Trump can win this fairly.
But if Biden wins this unfairly, we are commanded to go on with our lives like God’s people have in every generation, regardless of who’s in charge. And remember that only God, not politicians, can save us.
“Put not your trust in princes…who cannot save” Psalm 146:3