I DON’T BELIEVE GOD’S JUDGMENT ON AMERICA IS IN OUR FUTURE.
America has become a nation-wide charnel house where innocents continue to be steadily slaughtered (abortion) on a scale of holocaust proportions. Our society has gone through a sexual revolution and is currently being shaped and driven by a feminist and sodomite agenda that has all but destroyed the traditional family;a society that grows more aggressively hostile to God and to Christianity every day. For these and other reasons many are saying that America can expect to come under the judgment of God. I don’t believe this.
I believe that America is already under, and already experiencing the judgment of God. Why? Because all that has already been mentioned indicates that America has forgotten God and is now rapidly being given over, as a nation, to a reprobate mind. For a much better explanation and for confirmation of this, read Romans 1:18-32.
Of course, as we remind ourselves and are constantly reminded, “God is on His throne.” Obviously. It is precisely because God is on His throne that His righteousness will not allow “a nation such as this” (Jer. 5:29) to go unpunished. And, because “God is on His throne,” He could mercifully and miraculously heal and deliver our land, according to His promise in 2 Chronicles 7:14. But the chances of this happening are slim to none in a country where professed Christians have no qualms about doing things in and out of the house of God that He hates and abominates in everything from how they presume to worship to what they prefer to wear (John 4:24; Deut. 22:5).
Thank God for the remnant of believers today who are valiant for truth, who are not conformed to this world, who are letting their light shine and who are speaking the truth in love (Jer. 9:3; Rom. 12:2; Matt. 5:16 Eph. 4:15). There are still many of these, but they are very much in the minority. These are those who, though persecuted, will persevere and be able to pray effectually. In a nation such as ours, in times such as these, make sure that you are counted among those who are “Choosing rather to suffer affliction with the people of God, than to enjoy the pleasures of sin for a season
,” and are “Looking for that blessed hope, and the glorious appearing of the great God and our Saviour Jesus Christ” (Heb. 11:25; Titus 2:14).