I took an extra day to ponder the USA 2022 midterm elections.
I was greatly disappointed by the initial results. An extra twenty-four hours to ponder, listen, read, and pray brought greater perspective and understanding.
When you’re in a cultural civil war (which we are), every election is consequential. Your side either advances or recedes–which means freedom grows and tyranny is restrained, or freedom shrinks and government power expands.
Here are my thoughts on the 2022 midterms.
“Eve of Destruction” was a popular Barry McGuire protest ballad back in the 1960s (written by P.F. Sloan in 1965). It spoke of a world coming apart by the forces of evil during the peak of the Vietnam War.
McGuire eventually met Jesus as his Lord and Savior and changed his tune from being a harbinger of death to a prophet of life. He has done concerts for our Youth With A Mission constituency on a number of occasions.
Destruction is usually the end result of deception that we now face on a massive scale in the 21st century.
Are we currently experiencing an Eve of Deception?
“The Federal Bureau of Investigation executed a search warrant at Mar-a-Lago, the residence of former U.S. president Donald Trump in Palm Beach, Florida, on August 8, 2022.”
That’s what Wikipedia wrote.
Wikipedia can’t be trusted as truthful because it can be written by most anyone–and carries a strong bias.
I would have written: “The FBI unnecessarily fomented a ten-hour raid on the home of former president Trump on August 8, 2022, something never before seen in the history of our nation.”
See the difference? Here’s why it’s important.