What we needed…or what we deserved?

Posted: November 7, 2012 in Shared Thoughts
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Was it what we needed? or what we deserved?

God always gives the people leaders according to their hearts, whether they are humble and seeking God’s glory or arrogantly promoting the lies of humanism, man first.

To the humble and thirsty for righteousness, God always gives them the leaders they NEED that will allow them the liberty from oppressive rule to seek and serve their God. For the latter, arrogant humanistic sort who selfishly seeks the glory of man over the glory of God, God gives them the leader they DESERVE.

Now please do not misunderstand me and think that I feel that Mitt Romney was what America would have needed if we were truly a God seeking people . . . God would have provided one who in truth knew the Light that they may truly see to clearly guide us in the Light, one who had “ears to hear” what God’s Holy Spirit would be speaking to those wanting to listen.

Those who voted for Romney obviously voted contrary to the wisdom and judgment of God for America. Think about that all you believers who so voted . . . you and God voted contrary to each other . . . Morality is not righteousness, goodness is not godliness. We are called to be holy, without which none are going to see God on favorable terms. We cannot compromise faith by looking to the arm of the flesh.

America truly deserves Barrack Hussein Obama.

Comments
  1. I was hoping we could get better than what we deserve, but that is not the case. Our nation has not shown itself to be repentant and seeking to turn to God. God will not be mocked.

  2. Nina Stone says:

    I have to agree with you, unfortunately, 100%.

  3. Kim says:

    I couldn’t bring myself to vote for a president. I just voted on a candidate for senate and a school levy and a local judge. It almost made me ill with the stress of it, but in the end I did not feel that God released me to vote for either one and I put my trust in Him to bring about His will in this country. Thanks for the wise words, William.

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