He won by a landslide -- but the results weren't accepted. One after another the courts wouldn't consider the reams of documented evidence. On Friday morning, Nov. 6th, two days after the election, the Lord told me “Trump will win.”  (Yes, I actually believe God still, in addition to His word but never in conflict with it, talks to His people.  Jesus does tell us four times in John 10 that His sheep hear His voice, right?)

I wanted Scripture to back up what the Lord said.  And I couldn’t claim anything that shows America in the Bible or resort to numerology by twisting numbers to represent Trump or Biden.  And forget Bible codes. They’re as legitimate for interpreting the Bible as astrology. What I hoped to find was an understandable, applicable passage showing how people responded to something similar in Bible times and what the outcome was.  That’s where the Lord led me.

The key passage is 2 Sam. 15:2-6,10.  Other Scripture background for my point are the passages telling of the life of King David.

There are compelling similarities between President Donald Trump and King David:  1. Both are warriors.  2.  Both were never considered to become leaders of their nations.  Look at young David before being anointed by Samuel to become king in 1 Sam. 16:7-12.  He was the youngest of the eight sons of Jesse and was out tending sheep when Samuel drifted in.  While Trump springs from wealth and prestige, he was considered quite the long shot to get the Republican nomination when he announced his candidacy in 2015. Remember, there were 16 others seeking it too. And Trump didn’t have one day of political experience.


The similarities between Biden and one of David’s sons, Absalom, are greater:  1. In 2 Sam. 15:2-6 we see Absalom ingratiating himself with many in Israel by making promises to benefit them once he’s in power. Verse 6 sums it up by saying “In this manner Absalom dealt with all Israel who came to the king for judgment (referring to David); so Absalom stole away the hearts of the men of Israel.”  Doesn’t that remind us of enticing benefits promised by Democrats like Biden over the years if we will just vote them in one more time?

2.  Neither Absalom nor Biden are known to have accomplished anything in their stay on earth. I’m not aware of any bill championed by Biden that became a major law in the 47 years he’s been in Washington.

3.  Both felt some entitlement to be the leader. Hey, Absalom was after all a handsome and charismatic leader like his father King David. Yes, quite the easy choice for the next king.  Now take Biden – he’s run twice for the top post, 1988 and 2008 and was VP under Obama.  So it’s finally his turn, right?

4.  Both Biden and Absalom quickly announced their position before legally being installed.  In 2 Sam. 15:10 we read “And Absalom sent spies throughout all the tribes of Israel saying, “As soon as you hear the sound of the trumpet, then you shall say, ‘Absalom is king in Hebron.’”  Hmmm … this trumpet business really caught my eye. Besides public speaking it was the only other mass media in those days.  This, my patriot friends, corresponds to the quick coronation of Biden as the new Prez by the fawning media (the modern trumpet) and alas, to our surprise Fox News has joined them.  And Biden has loftily proclaimed a victory and has already eyed people for his administration.


5.  Finally, and I’ve skipped over the obvious, Biden and Absalom also have tried to steal the kingship or Presidency.  But just as God had other plans for King David and Absalom,  He has other plans for Trump and Biden. 

Jesus tells us in Luke 12:2,3 that what has been whispered in secret will be shouted from the rooftops.  The election fraud is unraveling faster than a $5 suit and becoming well known. Watch the factual, documented presentation of allegations of election fraud by Trump’s legal defense team aired on Nov. 19th.  Have you noticed how many election workers and witnesses plus Dominion voting machine employees have quickly come forward to tell what they know of voting law violations?  That usually takes more time to occur if it ever does.  It looks to me that God is having this shouted from the rooftops.  And quickly.

We’ve overlooked an obvious point.  If Biden had nothing to hide and his election was on the up and up, shouldn’t he welcome any audits and investigation?  After all, he wants to unite America, doesn’t he?  When do you oppose election audits?  When you have something to hide!


But now that Biden occupies the Presidency it's time for American Christians to get serious about their faith.  We'll have to understand that the faith has always been costly.  But there's no obedience without reward!

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