This is going to be a very hard hitting Daily Jot. Some may become very angry over it. But 19 years ago when I started The Daily Jot, the Lord and I agreed that I would tell readers what He wanted them told. And today is a particularly difficult message to convey, but here goes. The elect need to put away their desire to believe what they want to believe irrespective of the facts. False prophets have given false hope that some force of humanity, a group of anonymous good guys, have everything under control and have been secretly empowered to fix things with various restorative actions. They are not. They will not. Great disappointment is in store for those without a reality check.
To set the record straight: 1) Election laws in various states were broken. There was election fraud. 2) There is a systemic worldwide human trafficking and child sex exploitation problem and many wealthy people and powerful politicians are involved. We deal with it often in our ministry in Africa. But—Read what I write here and try to understand–there is no secret syndicate of good guys who are going to suspend laws in the US or in any other country to mass arrest and incarcerate the offenders. Many honorable and courageous people in nongovernmental organizations and in law enforcement are working on this issue and they are making some progress. 3) President Trump will not be restored to the presidency today because of some law that was passed where people are reading things into it that are not there.
Brothers and sisters, reality is a tough master. It is not emotional or sentimental. Those who keep saying something is going to happen, then move the goalposts when it doesn’t happen only to justify their words and predict yet another event, are deceivers. They hold their victims captive to the next hope. They are, in essence, preventing good people from taking action because they think that someone else will somehow do it for them. As is said in 2 Timothy 4:2-4, “Preach the word! Be ready in season and out of season. Convince, rebuke, exhort, with all longsuffering and teaching. For the time will come when they will not endure sound doctrine, but according to their own desires, because they have itching ears, they will heap up for themselves teachers; and they will turn their ears away from the truth, and be turned aside to fables.”
For those who passionately believe the election was stolen, I urge you to not believe that somehow it will be reversed. Roll up your sleeves and aim your passion toward election reform—like they are doing in Wyoming, New Hampshire, Texas, Georgia and other states—so it doesn’t happen again. Those of you who passionately believe the rich and famous are running a child sex trafficking ring, direct your energies toward assisting legitimate organizations and ministries working to end human trafficking. Be the light of Christ to those around you, not the person people want to avoid. There is only one savior–not a mere mortal, but the one who overcame death, the risen Christ, who will return to set the world right. In the meantime, know who you are and what you are about. Seek the truth in all things. Occupy till He returns.