There are many websites that discuss the outlandish comments and activities of this great world leader. He had exactly what was needed to stop Hitler at the Channel, to rouse a nation to never give up and to partner with America to find final victory in Europe. You wouldn't want him as your pastor, maybe not even your father, but he was the right leader for that moment in England's history. Such a brazen man that would go up to the roof of his quarters in central London and smoke cigars as Hitler’s air force bombed all around him. I’m not sure I would have voted for him....but he was the right man.
I think it would be awesome to have a righteous leader, that understood the intricacies of the economy, health care, defense, immigration, with great sensitivity to religious institutions, a heart for the poor, a vision for the future. If that leader was a praying person, formidable in the word of God and loved the local church, I would rejoice! I do not think that is the choice we will have in November.
Instead....we will look for someone who is imperfect, yet will fit the times we are living in. Particularly, that ‘whoever’ we vote for, it will be someone who might possibly have the opportunity to appoint up to threesupreme court justices. That could shape our culture in America for the next 30 years...radically. The America of our grandchildren could be very different....and that may not be good. We cannot stay still. A non-vote is a passive vote for a direction we may regret.
So....is DT good for America? I honestly believe that he has been already. He has shaken the political system. Do his comments offend me? At times. Do I agree with all he says? Not at all. Is he a “Cyrus” that is being raised up by God to preserve America? Time will tell. This I know. I will vote for the best chance for America. I will pray for our leaders as I have already. In the end....God will continue to be my source and my hope. I do believe that God has had a hand in America's history. I hope He also will have a hand in its future.