November 14, 2020

There Are No Crowds on the Narrow Road

In this season of America’s travail, many think in strictly polarized terms. This is because we have finally found ourselves in a stark battle for good versus evil. If the sixties were the years of free speech, desegregation, peace, and free love, how did the last sixty years carry us to here? Perhaps because the sixties were the launchpad for America’s present dystopia. The lack of a well-articulated objective for the sixties’ radicals has finally reached its inevitable conclusion: It’s never really been about objectives and everything about… chaos.

Prayer Wars II

Millions, I’m convinced, are even at this late hour praying this prayer to the best of our ability. I believe movements and revelations of corruption within the political processes of late reflect directly the Lord’s attentiveness to the genuine prayers of His spiritually attuned prayer warriors.

If America is again—like in the 2016 presidential election—to be so blessed by a positive answer to those prayers by Heaven’s throne room, I believe it will mean that the battle as described in Ephesians chapter 6 will, after the election, intensify even more than if God’s answer is otherwise. And it will, in that case, be this nation’s final dispensation of liberty, if there is not a turning back to God in a major way.

The war of the ages as this Church Age dispensation moves into its final stages will be fought most effectively by God’s people in the prayer closets of America. Let’s be sure to put on the whole armor before engaging in the battles we face.