January 6, 2021: The Day That Changed Everything

Today was the day.  If you are like me, you kinda wanted to know what would happen, but then again, you didn’t.  You wanted to be aware just in case someone called and said. “Hey, did you hear what happened in DC?” I checked in on Twitter and Parler periodically just to see what was the latest.  I watched the President’s rally online and listened to his speech with the hope that all would be well by the end of the day.

That would not be the case.

I am not sure of all that happened in DC today.  I am not sure how the electoral college works, and I am not sure what effect Vice President Mike Pence has on it.  I am sure of this: today was not a good day in Washington, DC on the steps of the Capitol.

Masses of supporters of our President converged on DC to make sure our Congress knows that we are serious about integrity as it pertains to elections.  We don’t mind losing; we just want to know that we lost fairly.  

Supporters of President Trump were infiltrated by terrorist groups like antifa and blm.  They dressed up in flags, wearing MAGA hats and t-shirts.  They made themselves look like the masses so that they would fit in.  But they would not fit in for long.

Bottom line is that things got out of hand.  Videos have surfaced of a young woman who was shot, apparently in the Capitol building.  I am not sure of her condition at this hour, but I do pray that she and her family will be ok.

Today I was deeply disappointed when I heard that the Vice President did not call foul on any of the states where voter fraud was in question.  I thought for sure that he would uphold the Constitution of the United States.  I also thought that he would show us that he is the man of integrity that we thought he was for the last four years.  Now I know that he is not that man.  

For four years, I have been praying for President Trump’s salvation.  Looks like I should have been praying for Vice President Pence also.

There were rumblings that he was dirty.  I refused to believe it.  

So now, I don’t know what to think.  I did listen to a video message by MyPillow founder and CEO Mike Lindell, who seems to think that there is still hope.  I will admit: I am weary at this point.

Mike Lindell’s video was posted on Twitter:

These are just a few of my thoughts about today. I am praying that the LORD will intevene. If you are a believer, I hope that you are praying also. That is the only weapon we have. I would not have gone to DC to demonstrate; that’s not something that I could do. But I did vote, I have given the Gospel to all who will listen, and I have been on my knees daily praying for our nation. Now we just have to wait and see if the LORD will show us mercy.

2 Chronicles 7:14: If My people, which are called by My Name, shall humble themselves and pray, and seek My face, and turn from their wicked ways, then will I hear from heaven, and forgive their sins, and heal their land…

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