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Why God Won't Bless This Political Hot Mess
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:42 PM

Why God Won't Bless This Political Hot Mess

Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:42 PM
Wednesday, February 12, 2020 1:42 PM

One of the greatest mistakes among Christians today in relation to governing and politics is that many mistake them as one in the same. And when we throw our support behind a party or person who speaks “Christianese,” we often are left disappointed or disillusioned when our winner turns out to be “just another politician.” While we are citizens of America, we must remember that our citizenship is in heaven.

As such, we are obligated to vote according to our citizenship. There are two systems at play of which even some Christians who run for public office may be unaware. And because of this unawareness, fall victim as they are sometimes caught in the tension of the two.

Let’s take the rare view of looking at these systems biblically – the system of governing and the system of politics – each representing a kingdom. The system of governing – the Kingdom of God and the system of politics – the Kingdom of Darkness (i.e., the World).

Can politicians be Christians? Of course. Can Christians be politicians? Yes. However, if they lose their perspective and begin viewing their service politically rather than biblically, it will be to their peril. The system of governing and the system of politics are more spiritual than political.

The two systems have less to do with donkeys and elephants and everything to do with the Lamb and glorifying our Lord and Savior Jesus Christ. Governing is of God. Politics is of the god of this world. It is a worldly system and we can never beat the devil playing by his rules on his turf. Christian public servants must always have a healthy awareness of the desperate need for Holy Spirit guidance, protection, wisdom and discernment. 

Government was established by God in Genesis 8 and is the earthly authority given by God through people and institutions to rule in order to keep society stable and orderly. In Romans 13, Paul refers to it as “a minister of good” (Romans 13:4).

Politics on the other hand, is the worldly system established by man to gain authority primarily by promoting, influencing and/or forcing acceptance of one’s own views,  positions or platforms of a collective group (i.e., party) on others in order to gain control for the right not to minister, but to rule. It is a “me first, my way” system – reflective of the one it represents.

Please do not misunderstand me – I am not saying that politicians are evil, but what I am saying is that the system of politics is. Why? Because it reflects the values of the “god of this world” – Satan (2 Corinthians 4:4).

Though this sounds radical, it isn’t. It is biblical. And until Christians learn to filter everything through the lenses of biblical truth, particularly government in this day and age, we will until Jesus returns, continue to come up short and have lessening impact on the culture.

This is where God’s people get tripped up and will continue to get tripped up unless we take a step back and look at governing and politics the way God looks at them. 

A Biblical View

Government is the earthly authority given by God through people to rule in order to keep society stable and orderly. Would anyone say our society is stable and orderly today? Why isn’t this the case? Because politics, not governing rules the day.

We are reminded in 1 John 2:16, “For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh and the lust of the eyes and the boastful pride of life, is not from the father, but is from the world.”

Let’s look at politics through the lenses of 1 John 2:16. Satan’s goal from eternity past is to be like God (Isaiah 14:14). Satan, the god of this world (2 Corinthians 4:4) has been allowed by God to rule over world systems, among them, the political system.

There are three absolutes of which only God can lay claim, but ones Satan in his never-ending quest to be like God, consistently and desperately seek for himself:

Prestige – God is in a class all by Himself – Satan wants the prestige that is only ascribed to Holy God

Position – God alone is the Most High – Lucifer before the fall said he would be like the Most High

PowerAll power of heaven and earth are in God’s hands – Satan craves and seeks absolute power

So, what does this have to do with politics? Because politics and hence politicians take on the characteristics of the god of this world system. The more believers reflect the character of the Enemy, the less we will reflect the character of God.

The three distinct absolutes (prestige, position and power) desirous of the god of this world, are the same desired by politicians who are more focused on promoting and serving self than serving people.

In relation to 1 John 2:16, it plays out like this:  “For all that is in the world, the lust of the flesh (desire for prestige) and the lust of the eyes (desire for position) and the boastful pride of life (desire for power), is not from the father, but is from the world.”

The difference between a politician and a servant is that the servant seeks to be vulnerable and humble to be used by God as a minister of good for His people. The politician seeks for him or herself prestige, position and power often at the expense of the good of the people.


Satan’s goal is to be like the Most High and he aptly uses the world systems and people (even sometimes Christians) that God has allowed him to control to never cease trying to accomplish this.

This is why it is important for God’s people as elected and appointed leaders to turn back to Him and consistently put Him first. There can be no lasting victories using the tactics of the world, nor lasting peace.

Just as it is foolhardy to fight fire with fire and expect to extinguish it, it is just as foolhardy for Christians to take on the characteristics of the Enemy for the sake of political victories and expect God to intervene and bless. He won’t bless a political mess. We are seeing this played out in culture today in the divisive and caustic sniping between political parties and worse among Christians.

In every aspect of life, we are in the world but not of the world (John 17:16). Politics is of the god of this world. Governing is of the God of the Bible. To govern effectively and impact the culture exponentially, we must turn back to the God of the Bible and trust Him enough to run for and serve in office His way as reflections of His glory. 

Then watch as He empowers us to govern and have the kind of impact so desperately needed in our communities, cities and country. Otherwise, don't look for God to bless, in His name, this political hot mess.


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Just Because They're a Politician Doesn't Mean They're a Public Servant
Monday, February 3, 2020 9:27 AM

Just Because They're a Politician Doesn't Mean They're a Public Servant

Monday, February 3, 2020 9:27 AM
Monday, February 3, 2020 9:27 AM

I will say this, write this, in love and knowledge and because I have taken more seriously than ever, the work I’ve been called to do. Hear me on this.

It is impossible for many "politicians" to stand on principle when they have to stand for re-election. For many, it is about getting re-elected. Godly principles and party politics are not a match made in heaven.

As much as many of them would love to stand on conviction, especially if they are men and women of faith --- and I know many that do because I hear the cry of many convicted souls. For some, the pull of political party power is always greater than the pull of the power of godly principles.

Did you hear what I just said? To those who are still angry and frustrated over the past several weeks of hearings and this past Friday's vote by the Senate?

Godly principles and party politics are not a match made in heaven.

For the "politician," especially the higher the office they hold, the priorities for many are neither people nor principles. And it is not that those who claim to be Christians, aren't. Who knows a man's or woman's heart but them and the Holy Spirit? It's just the nature of the beast.

It's not that they are bad people. And please know I am neither taking up for nor taking sides with either side. But throughout all of my years involved in politics and with politicians - they are neither devils nor demons (though some's actions admittedly are influenced by the same).

It's just that for many "politicians," high up on the food chain, particularly if they are insecure and have esteem and ego issues, when it comes down to it, the pull of power is always greater than the power of principle for them. Always.

Not so for true leaders and public servants who are rooted in principle and grounded in rock-solid foundations. Every politician is not a public servant and every public servant is not a politician.

Confusing the two have left many a voter confused, frustrated and angry.

Public service is about sacrifice. Self-sacrifice for the good of the whole. Every politician is not a public servant. You have to know this. Once you understand this, you won't go looking for oranges on apple trees!

Public servants vote their conscience with conviction, with the next generation in mind.

Politicians vote with their numbers with the next election in mind.

Public servants look out for the welfare of others.

Politicians look out for the welfare of themselves. I don't know of one who hasn't started out to serve the public as a public servant, but many because of the allure of power, prestige and money morph into politicians.

Both are elected but make no mistake, they are not at all the same. Public servants serve for the well-being of the public. "Politicians" serve for the well-being of themselves. 

And it is easy to cast stones, pass judgment and say where your feet will take you if you've not walked in another man's or woman's shoes. You could say you would do better, but would you really?

One thing is certain, God is God and His principles neither change nor vacillate with prevailing political winds. I take comfort and assurance in knowing His will, will prevail.

God's principles of justice, righteousness, love of neighbor and accountability never change nor does His expectations and accountability of those who serve in His name.

Every vote a public official takes who publicly claims God and Jesus Christ as Lord will be judged by the same.

God sees all and knows all. He will not be mocked nor will He long allow His name to be used in vain to curry favor or garner votes.

Many are playing a dangerous game and the odds are not in the favor of those who play the "God card" as cover for selfish and raw political gain.

So what can and what are we as believers supposed to do? Fume and fight? Fuss and cuss? Engage in meaningless social media banter?  No! What God expects us to do is pray for those in authority, seek wisdom, and take action based upon that wisdom.

That could mean seeking public office ourself; or, supporting true public servants and leaders.

Politicians are people. People with grave responsibility and accountability. But as fallen people in a fallible world, they, like all of us, unless spiritually mature cannot change unless by the Holy Spirit through the revealed word of God.

The need to reverse course only comes when we see we've headed the wrong way and the only one who can re-direct our path and point us and those who serve, in the right direction is the Holy Spirit.

Only God knows and can change a man or woman's heart and open blind eyes to truth - no matter on which side of the aisle they sit.

Just know that "politicians" with compromised principles cannot, and I repeat - cannot be true to themselves, their God nor their constituencies.

Every politician is not a public servant and every public servant is not a politician.

This is neither an indictment nor judgment. The Holy Spirit convicted me so this past week, I couldn't sleep for two nights. Because I too had begun to compromise God's principles, throw stones, take sides and call names.

I have been purposed for a unique work for the Kingdom (we all have). My work had become burdensome because I had become entangled in the day-to-day muck and mire of the political battles swirling around us. As a result, I was literally sick for two days! My stomach and my head exploding without explanation - until the Holy Spirit revealed to me my own disobedience and hypocrisy.

So look for me in this space and on my weekly podcast to try and help us all make sense of what we're seeing, from a biblical worldview. My goal is to help those who are struggling and inspire those who want to throw up their hands and quit.

Every last one of those Senators and those serving in the House of Representatives on both sides of the aisle will have a day of reckoning.

In the meantime, our responsibility as dual citizens of the Kingdom of God and the United States of America is to render to Caesar what is his (our taxes, service, and participation in the political process) and to God what is His (our worship, service, praise, and faithfulness to His word).

Pray, seek God, don’t add to meaningless chatter and seek to be light as we are commanded, not a match as so many now are.

We can’t change a "politician" any more than we can change the weather. But what you and I can and must do is continue to seek out and petition the God of justice and righteousness, educate ourselves on truth, pray for those in authority, whether we "like them" or not.

And come November, do what is required of us as dual citizens – vote based upon the weight of the eternal principles of truth, justice, and righteousness.

And that is between you and God.


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Black History Month 2020 | Reparations: A Debt America Can Never Repay
Sunday, February 2, 2020 1:41 PM

Black History Month 2020 | Reparations: A Debt America Can Never Repay

Sunday, February 2, 2020 1:41 PM
Sunday, February 2, 2020 1:41 PM

Let me break this down real simple. No political spin for Democrats or Republicans. Whites or blacks. Particularly though for my white friends who get so angry at the mention of slavery and its impact.
 
Generational wealth is built over generations. A generation is 40 years. Let's do the math. At the time of the Declaration of Independence (1776), African slavery was legal in all 13 colonies.
 
By the time of the American Revolution, slavery had become institutionalized across the U.S. Meaning, blacks were chattel (property) and whites were persons. Chattel worked. They could not own the land they worked on. Whites profited and passed down their wealth.
 
Chattel was forbidden from learning to read though they built the schools. Knowledge and opportunities to become educated were passed on generationally by and through whites. Not so for the chattel.
 
Whites progressed through cohesive family units working together, building family-owned businesses. Chattel could not form cohesive family units. They were property not "people" and children, men and women were sold to work for no wages. No wages.
 
 
White "family-owned" businesses, through chattel free labor, were made astronomically profitable because but for the minimal cost of some materials (even the trees for lumber were cut down by the chattel), there were no labor costs, no wages to be paid, so it was all straight profit; making them exponentially profitable as those businesses grew and were passed to the next generation and grew even wealthier, or were sold at a profit. For the chattel, nothing.
 
It wasn't until 1865 that slavery ended. Then 100 more years of Jim Crow where blacks, though no longer considered chattel were redlined, whites would not sell them land, they could not get loans even if they had stellar credit and could repay them.
 
They could not get white-collar jobs, higher paying jobs, though qualified. Had to go to school longer, work longer to get jobs they were over-qualified for yet even those went to less qualified whites who earned more. All of this.
 
Do the math. If 40 years is a generation (and it is), only since the Voting Rights Act, Fair Housing Act... 1964, 1965 have we even been able to begin to work, prosper and pass on what "wealth" we could work for. Meanwhile, white generational wealth continued to steamroll.
 
From 1776 to 1965 is 189 years. One hundred eighty-nine years divided by 40 (a generation) is 4.7 or 5 generations. Blacks in America by 1965 were already 5 generations behind the curve.
 
To put that in context; in one generation, thousands; the next generation tens of thousands; the next generation hundreds of thousands; the next generation, millions as populations grew.
 
None in each of those generations were paid for their labor. Not to mention the inventions and recipes stolen in those 189 years which we couldn't own and patent but whites did; capitalized on, some even building their brand and empire on (i.e., Jack Daniels), handing down as theirs through generations to their families.
 
How could we build wealth? It's not that we were lazy, far from it. It's that we were shut down, shut out and not even considered as human beings.
 
Add loses from systemic racism from 1965 onward. Negative economic impact? Astronomical. Easily in the trillions.
 
 
So when many of my white right friends and the black right of the world (God bless their hearts) who fall in with the madness by putting forth the silly argument that blacks should be further along and the playing field is now equal - it is not. It can never be equal. Such loses can never be regained, certainly not recouped.
 
Add to that, we forsook the God of our fathers and put our trust in the very people who held their boot on the neck of our ancestors.
 
Don't be deceived, white Democrats and white Republicans all benefited, still are...It wasn't their party, it was their race from which they benefited at our expense and at the expense of generations.
 
That's why I finally divorced myself from both parties. I am evangelical because I believe every word of the Bible to be true. I believe strongly in the family because it is God's design.
 
If you think that puts me squarely in a political camp - you're wrong. And we have been wrongly brainwashed to believe that one party "owns" family values and Christianity. Like many in the world of politics, I thought I had to be one or the other, to be "included."
 
I have since learned better and have a more accurate view of who I am, more important whose I am (God's) and it's why I can write so freely these kinds of pieces. I get it from both sides because I kowtow to neither side. I don't have to belong to any party or tribe and don't.
 
I have a higher calling.
 
I am a student of government, history, Christianity, and leadership. If you take the emotion out of it, the racism out of it, the offensiveness out of it and looked at this issue realistically...
 
Yes, black people are and have been historically at an economic disadvantage because of the legacy of slavery.
 
It was impossible to build while for generations physically and psychologically chained; and, for generations more, dehumanized. You can't build on thin air.
 
And this isn't whining nor am I making excuses. Truth is the truth.
 
You can't begin a race, spot a white runner two feet from the finish line while the black runner is chained to the starting block - shoot the starter gun, wave the flag as the white runner crosses the finish line, then dog out the black runner in the starting block for not running faster and harder to catch up when finally free.
 
There is no catching up and there can never ever be any reparations. Generations hence can never ever be "repaired" or "repaid." Lives destroyed, so much potential generational wealth and prosperity forever lost generationally to history.
 
And politicians on both sides need to quit politicking this issue. We deserve better than this cheap political theater; carrot and stick routine for cheap political points they know is pointless and for what? Votes.
 
America could never repay or pay for that which it has so richly profited at the expense of generations of black people.
 
Do we still suffer the consequences generations and generations hence? You bet we do. The break up of our families didn't start with the welfare state, but with the United States.
 
We never should have been lacking anything and certainly not lagging for generations economically and educationally behind.
 
American slavery was evil. Jim Crow was evil. Racism is evil. But, there is a God in heaven.
 
Only God and not any politician can force repayment and right so much devastating wrong.
 
Who is to pay? Where will the dollars come from? How much? To whom? Who gets to decide? The politicians in Washington, D.C.? Please.
 
Most of them can't find their butt with both hands, let alone find the fortitude to even broach the topic of dollars for reparations. Little more than political theater by D.C. drama queens and wanna-be kings.
 

Many of my generation as was our fathers' and mothers' generation before us; and theirs from generations past hold fast to the belief that God yet reigns.
 
The same God that delivered then will deliver now. The same God that provided then, provides now.
 
He is a God of justice and righteousness and only He can repair and repay. 
 
It is foolhardy to keep pushing even the notion that the hand that once enslaved will ever be the hand that repays.
 
Not on this side of glory.

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Where Will You Awake In The Morning?
Friday, January 31, 2020 2:26 PM

Where Will You Awake In The Morning?

Friday, January 31, 2020 2:26 PM
Friday, January 31, 2020 2:26 PM

Spirits never sleep. As soon as we breathe our first breath, Satan has assigned a demon (and for some demons)  to destroy the plan and purpose of God for our life.

Our assigned demon(s) plot evil and destruction against us from the moment we take our first and breathe our last breath. Angels are fighting for us the same.

Our spirit never sleeps. Did you know that? Our body gets tired and when we fall asleep at the end of a long day, it's our body that gets tired and sleepy not our spirit.

Even while we are asleep our spirit never sleeps. That's why dreaming is not a "physical" thing that we do.

Our body is an amazing, complex system that only God could create to contain the essence of who we really are --- spirits. We are eternal spirit beings "living" in a body.

God did not create us to die. We were never created to die. Who we are never dies, what we are does. The what dies (the male or female body God fashioned for our spirit).

Just as our body sleeps at the end of the day and we awake in the morning, the same is as in death. Our body sleeps but our spirit lives Infinitum, eternally, always and forever.

One day our body will fall asleep and it won't wake up. The moment we take our last breath and close our eyes, we still wake up "in the morning."

That morning will either be in the presence of God in His beautiful heaven with him and others who woke up before us or in eternal darkness and torment.

Either way, we will live in heaven with all its splendor and beauty; or, in eternal darkness, hellfire, and torment of the worst kind imaginable, eternally separated from God and all that is good - experiencing nothing but darkness, evil and pain for all eternity.

Imagine your whole life forever spent with the worst evil people that ever lived. You will be with them forever. Forever.

We get to choose. It doesn't matter our title, position, either the Honorable this or that. That's why the most important decision you and I will ever, ever, ever make is to decide where we want to wake up.

Accept Jesus Christ as your Lord and Savior. Once you do, those demons assigned to you won't have a chance against you. They are spirits yes, we are spirit, yes, but we are no match for them.

This is why so many people are living miserable lives. Once we accept Jesus Christ as Lord of our life, he enters into our life as the Holy Spirit which makes the demonic spirits assigned to us by Satan back up.

They will never leave us alone but with the Holy Spirit in us, they can't touch or defeat us anymore.

This thing is real. It's life and it doesn't matter who we are. This is the long and short of it. And for all of us, that's the way life is. Either long or short. We just don't know how long the dash is between our birth date and our sleep date. But one day, we all will fall asleep. The question is where will you wake up?

Kobe Bryant knew God. He was saved. His body fell asleep when that helicopter crashed. I didn't know him but I have read of his faith in Christ. His asleep body was on that mountain but he woke up immediately in the morning of heaven. So did his daughter. So did all of them if they were in Christ.

How about you? We don't know when or what will cause our body to fall asleep for the last time on this side. The question is, where will you wake up in the morning of eternity?

This is what the Christian faith is about. Not presidential politics, refuting "fake news." It's not just about "pro-life," or evangelical political talking points.

It is none of that and shame on those of us who have stopped teaching and disciplining and evangelizing and telling people who are tormented, lost and desperately seeking authenticity and truth, about the good news of Jesus Christ.

I awoke early today with a different mindset. I have been of late so troubled about so many Christians misleading people. Who are by their actions and words represent the total opposite of what Christianity is about.

But the Holy Spirit told me they are not my concern. His people are. I see what's happening here and around the world and I don't have time to argue with other Christians over stuff that in the eternal view of things doesn't matter.

There is a fierce urgency of now.

There is way too much at stake and time is running out for us all.

We, like Kobe, just don't know when.


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The Shaking Up Of America
Monday, January 27, 2020 1:11 PM

The Shaking Up Of America

Monday, January 27, 2020 1:11 PM
Monday, January 27, 2020 1:11 PM


The ungodly tension we're in as a nation cannot long last. It will not last. Many Christians have bent to the will of the Adversary in further dividing ourselves along racial and political lines. To the point where we can raise holy hands on Sunday but won't even shake hands on Monday if we aren't of the same political bent.

God will intervene and even now is intervening to right this ship in such ways that neither side will be able to take credit for smooth sailing after such stormy seas. If we don't destroy one another first. Are you right or left? Blue or red? A Conservative or a Liberal? Progressive or regressive?

In the great and small schemes of things and people, only God's side will matter. Are you on His side?

God is shaking up the shakeable to reveal that which can't be shaken. His will. His power. His truth. His word. His authority. His Kingdom.

We can do nothing apart from God; and in a blink of an eye, as was so devastatingly sad and made clear to us all in the tragic and sudden loss of Kobe Bryant - all of our time here is short and can end suddenly without warning.

God has no respect of person, position, power or pedigree.

We as individuals and as a nation are blessed beyond measure, blessings we have and often take for granted. We are blessed more than we deserve yet far too many of us act as if we deserve it all. We don't.

Prophets of old in their generation admonished their own. They did it not on their own, without any righteousness of their own, but on behalf and at the behest of righteous God.

We too as people of God must boldly speak and admonish our own in our generation. We know a lot of what we're seeing isn't right, yet many of us are too afraid to speak up for fear of risking the loss of support, relationships and or status.

God has no respect of person, position, power or pedigree.

Let me ask you this. If you knew today would be your last day on earth and tomorrow you meet God, would any of that still matter as much, if at all?

Which begs the question, who is to be pleased more than God? Who can compare to God? What can people do to us that God cannot overrule or reverse? Concomitantly, what can people take from us that God cannot replace ten times over or one hundred times better?

We must speak truth not on our own accord because we all are as filthy rags before Him. Not based on who we are, but who He is. The One who is blameless, all-powerful, perfect and in whom there is no darkness at all. He used others in the past and He wants to use us now.

The question is, how willing are you to be used by God to stand for truth even if it means standing against your political party or others whom you think hold your future in their hands? They don't.

What are we apart from God and what do we have that He has not given? The Lord gives and the Lord takes away. The Lord raises up and the Lord puts down.

No amount of wealth impresses God. No amount of false worship appeases God. No amount of power can equal God's. Notoriety, fame, reputation, human feats, exploits, and records mean nothing to Him.

No human endorsement moves God. He is God and God alone. He sits high and looks low. The earth is His footstool and nations, yes even the great America is as only a drop in a bucket to Him. He is God.

As a Christian and as a leader, if God has placed you in a position of high regard and authority, your first allegiance is to Him.

Who created the nation to which we pledge allegiance? Who formed the hand we raise to take an oath or gave us voice, reason, and ability to even recite the Pledge of Allegiance? 

How dare we boast of the created with a wink and give but a cursory nod to the One who created it and us all.

How dare we worship the created rather than the Creator. As we continue in exalting the political elite, calling that which is good evil and that which is evil good, there will be a hefty price to pay and the bill is coming due.

Who will stand for right and call that which is wrong, wrong? There is increasingly no distinction between those of God and those who aren't.

Is there little wonder why so many Christians are losing their effectiveness, impact, and witness?

It's not so much where we stand on issues but how we stand on truth. Truth today is determined by our talking heads of choice rather than by the Head of the church - Christ.

The real danger is the infusion of the political into the spiritual and thus we have painted ourselves into a corner and like cornered wounded animals, we are angry and more apt to fight anything or anyone that could actually help.

Americans are locked, loaded and ready - increasingly oblivious to the fact that we are destroying one another and if not careful, the country.  

What can be shaken is being shaken. And when it's all said and done, we all may be shockingly shaken to our very core.


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