There are three ways in which there may still be a chance for the reversal of God’s fierce judgement:
1) The timely announcement of God’s purposed and final judgement.
Jonah was sent by The LORD not to preach a message of repentance, but rather to proclaim God’s determined judgement upon Nineveh.
The shock that God’s patience was finally finished led the people of Nineveh to true repentance. (Read the Book of Jonah)
2) Because of the cry of thousands of truly sanctified children of God (in Elijah’s time there were 7000 that had not bowed down to Baal) The LORD raised up a leader like ‘Jehu’ at a time nearly all hope was lost. (Read 1 Kings 19:16-18)
3) A willingness to serve Israel’s best interests, as Isaiah prophesied:
“For the nation and kingdom which will not serve you ‘Israel’ shall perish, and those nations shall be utterly ruined.” Isaiah 60:12 NKJV.
Also in Jeremiah, God warns He will make a full end of all the nations where the Jews were scattered:
“‘For I am with you’, says The LORD, ‘to save you; Though I make a full end of all nations where I have scattered you, yet I will not make a complete end of you. But I will correct you in justice, And will not let you go altogether unpunished.’” Jeremiah 30:11 (NKJV)
Therefore, there is still a gateway of hope for the United States and with it, an extension of mercy for what is left of the free world!
For the Sake of a Good King
The Old Testament teaches us that when there was a good King in Israel, The LORD was willing to forget the fierceness of His anger, which was always the result of wicked kings, who angered Him. We see this very clear in the story of Josiah.
Because King Josiah heeded the warning of The LORD in humility and with much weeping, The LORD heard his cry and granted a delay in judgment.
While The LORD would not altogether relent from His proclaimed judgment on the land and its people, it would not come to pass during the King’s lifetime. (Read 2 Kings 22:19; 2 Chronicles 34:27)
Also in Joel, God warns that He will judge all nations who have divided His Land — given to His People — in the valley of Jehoshaphat. (Read Joel 3:12-16)
Additionally, when King David was illegally pushed off his throne by the usurpation of his son Absalom, it was a very dark day for Israel and it took a real fight to get him back on his throne in Jerusalem. (See 2 Samuel 15-17)
Equally now, with the seemingly strong evidence of the illegal usurpation of the Presidency of the United States by Joe Biden, there needs to be a parallel battle — as in the days of old with the anointed King David — in order to see the God appointed “King” return to the White House.
The question however remains:
Will God find men and women who are willing to fight the battle to bring “the King” back?
Gideon & David Used a Three-Pronged Attack
King David instructed Joab, his chief of staff, to divide his army into three fighting units (See 2 Samuel 18:1-2). This is reminiscent of God’s favored servant Gideon, who also divided up his ‘only’ three hundred men into 3 divisions, each armed with a trumpet to be blown as a way to conquer God’s enemies (See Judges 7:16-18).
Therefore there should be, as in the past with Gideon and David, a three pronged attack:
- By politicians, who still love their nation America, like Donald Trump does.
- By all journalists and conservative talk shows and media personnel who still love their nation America.
- By all military and intelligence officials, who have the courage to speak up for the sake of America.
At this moment there should be a massive campaign by all Americans, who still love their country, to impeach the present President Joe Biden and his Vice President Kamala Harris for the following reasons:
- Because of his frail health Biden is not able to be the President of the USA at this difficult time.
- Biden is an enormous danger and security risk to the USA, because of the corrupt dealings with China (and Ukraine) by his son Hunter Biden and his whole family.
- The repeated incitement of political violence by Biden and Harris is more than enough reason!
The Bible tells us in Psalm 35:7-8, that they who spread a net in front of the King, whom they hate, will in the end fall into their own net.
The impeachment net which the democratic leadership for so long has spread — without a legal basis against President Donald Trump — will haunt the Democrats.
Then they will see that the very net that they spread will now become their own downfall, as Jesus said,
“With the measure you measure, it will be measured to you.” Matthew 7:2 NKJV.
And King Solomon wisely said:
“Answer the fool according to his own folly.” Proverbs 26:4-5 NKJV.
Just as the Left, without any legal basis, has tried day and night to impeach President Trump, now it is the right time for a more serious approach — to relentlessly pursue a legal-based impeachment of Joseph Biden, Kamala Harris, and others!
Despite opposition and betrayal by his own party members, and despite the media stating he should he shot or hanged, he remained courageous until the enemy was defeated:
“Success is not final — failure is not fatal
It is the courage to continue that counts.”
So let us be of good courage!
~ Jan Willem van der Hoeven, Director
International Christian Zionist Center
Newsletter of February 1, 2021.
Republished with the kind permission of Author Jan Willem van der Hoeven, Director of International Christian Zionist Center.
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