But let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. Amos 5:24
People keep asking, “What can I do? They’re rich and powerful, they’ve stolen our country, and what can I do?”
But we should also be asking, “What can God do?” And pleading with Him to do it.
Individually, we can’t do much. Coming together as 75 million angry citizens demanding their rights, we might do more. Show ourselves in rallies, at least. It might wake up a Congressman or two.
Do we believe in God, and in His righteousness? Will He let stand the foulest crime ever committed against America, the theft of this past presidential election, and give the ungodly their hearts’ desire? Will He allow those who mock Him to go unpunished?
One thing we can all do, should do, and must do, is to pray. Tens of millions of prayers every day, and more than once a day.
Our sins have landed us in all this trouble. We need to beg God for His mercy. We are sickened by the perversion of justice, the corruption, the filth: we need to beg God for His judgment: the judge of all the earth will surely do right.
We don’t know how He’ll handle it. His moves cut deeper than those of any chess master. He may let Democrats just keep marching until they march right off the cliff. We may be in for some desperately hard times. We need to pray for faith, so we can trust in Him.
O Lord our God! Deliver us out of the hands of the ungodly, and utterly confound them. They’ve filled our country with abominations and have only just begun their work of destroying it. But in Jesus’ name, and by the power of Jesus’ name, fight for us, O God! Let all the world see your power; that all the world might know that you are God.
Let judgment run down as waters, and righteousness as a mighty stream. Let it sweep away the wicked.
In Jesus’ name, Amen.