The day when the sky was dark in America ….

U.S. elections have passed …

Relationships affected by debates begin to regulate even if for some it will take longer considering these debates …

Pastors will begin to preach again that it was God‘s will and maybe it was …

…. but I personally have a  great uncertainty.

HOW to believe that God was involved in this election once in the States of Maine and Maryland, for the first time in U.S. history, through a popular vote was legalized same-sex marriages? Since 1998, 32 different states have been trying to impose on the ballot this law against the teaching of the Holy Scriptures and failed (yes, I can believe that God was involved in those elections but not now …). And I can not forget that earlier this year, Barack Obama was the first incumbent president that endorse legalizing same-sex marriages.

HOW to believe that God was involved in this election once in the States of Colorado and Washington, for the first time in U.S. history, by popular vote was legalized use of marijuana as “recreational use”. For me the more interesting is that both states are arguing for “supremacy” in the legalization as if a great honor is to be the number one. (To be political correct,  Colorado “deserve” to be number one because the polls was close one hour early then Washington).

Colorado Legalizes Marijuana

 (AP Photo / Brennan Linsley)

HOW to believe that God was involved in this election once in the State of Wisconsin for the first time in U.S. history, through a popular vote was elected senator one openly gay, Tammy Baldwin.

 

When God is involved in choices, can that staff happen?

Pastors will begin to preach again that it is the will of God and maybe it was ……

 ….. but I personally have a great uncertainty !

And if you still believe God was involved in this election, He did it by not showing up:

“Furthermore, since they did not think it worthwhile to retain the knowledge of God, he gave them over to a depraved mind, to do what ought not to be done.” (Romans 1:28)

“When that day comes, you will cry out for relief from the king you have chosen, and the LORD will not answer you in that day.” (1 Samuel 8:18)

By cornelilioi Posted in Diverse

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