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The bible refers to the word change, 71 times.
I find that both interesting and significant because we cannot move forward without change.
In the book of Daniel: 2:21
[He controls the course of world events; he removes kings and sets up other kings. He gives wisdom to the wise and knowledge to the discerning (or scholars).]
We have a new President of the United States.
Set up and assigned to take care of the people and the law of the land voted by the people through the process of election through electoral votes.
He is not a king but he is in authority and has power through the nature of his job and his assigned duty.
Many do not like him or feel he will do a good job, but we must wait and see and give him a chance.
Change is not easy on anyone.
We are promised if we change our direction God will heal our land.
[If my people, who are called by my name, will humble themselves and pray and seek my face and turn from their wicked ways, then I will hear from heaven, and I will forgive their sin and will heal their land.] 2 Chronicles 7:14
We have the chance to make our ‘nation’ strong again.
He said he would work towards that goal and I believe that is why many people voted for him.
We can complain or we can encourage our leaders to do the best job they can in leading us and keeping us safe.
I choose to wait and pray for the ones in the positions of power.
We cannot change the course, or the new direction set before us.
We cannot grumble or protest for that would have no positive affect, if anything it can make matters worse than they already are for our ‘USA’.
Some try to create disturbances and they really don’t succeed in anything other than great chaos.
Let us accept this change with a wonder and excitement of a new direction for our nation.
Let us say together, “God bless America, land that we love.
Stand beside her and guide her.”
With pride in our hearts and a prayer in our voice.
Let’s accept this change with an attitude of hope and trust that our freedom and our patriotism is always a topic of pride.