I am just now reading about the “Jericho March” that took place recently in our nation’s capital, Washington D. C. The account I read was by Ron Dreher writing for “The American Conservative” in an article titled “What I saw at the Jericho March.” It was disturbing.
The Jericho March was essentially a political rally of pro-Trump supporters who believe Joe Biden’s election is fraudulent. They claim they know, and everyone knows, the presidential election was stolen by Joe Biden. This fanaticism was fueled by visions and personal prophetic messages that several of the speakers claim to have received from God.
I am convinced that God spoke to people and gave visions and dreams to some based on the biblical accounts, and still speaks to people today prophetically and through dreams and visions, but the purpose of such things is to promote the Gospel of Jesus Christ not the political aspirations of any one individual.
If the Spirit of God has told these people the presidential election was a fraud, why hasn’t that same Spirit of God led them to the evidence of that fraud?
The Scriptures declare, “For the testimony of Jesus is the spirit of prophecy,” Revelation 19:10. Any supposed prophetic event that promotes the political candidacy of any person is a lie and not from God. I know that is a bold statement, just as bold as those who claim God told them Donald Trump will be our next president despite Joe Biden receiving enough electoral college votes to win; the same way Donald Trump did in 2016.
If the Spirit of God has told these people the presidential election was a fraud, why hasn’t that same Spirit of God led them to the evidence of that fraud? Why is it one legal challenge after another by the Trump campaign has failed?
Some will say the failed legal challenges are just another sign of the depth of corruption in our government. To that I say it is a sign you have not truly heard God who could easily point out where the evidence is to this corruption. If God has spoken to some of these as they claim, why did He stop short of telling where the evidence can be found to prove their allegations?
All of this began when many Christian leaders supported Donald Trump’s candidacy before the 2016 election and made excuses for his lack of Christian character. We are now paying the price for those mistakes.
Here’s a news flash; Donald Trump is not the Messiah and every Christian’s allegiance should be to the kingdom of God, not the political ambitions of Donald Trump. It is an abomination to invoke God to pursue a political agenda, or you own political beliefs.
For those who claim God told them to oppose the rule of law, and deny the electoral process in the United States Constitution, I can only say, God hasn’t told me to do that.