Pray That Trump May Win
I read around that we should pray that the candidate wins, whose chances of salvation are improved by his victory. I disagree.
Every soul is infinitely important, but what is at stake here is a bit more than the souls of the two candidates. Not only 330 million souls will be, one way or the other, impacted by the results of this election; but also countless others, from Western Europe – always influenced by the events the other side of the Ocean – to many poor African Countries whose anti-Christian bullying will continue unabated.
May Trump, and even Crooked Dyke, save their soul. I wish them well. But their own ultimate destiny – which is, by the way, already decreed in heaven – is not the matter here.
It would be better that Trump wins even if the man will end up in a very deep pit in hell because of unrepented sins. It would be better that Clinton loses even if she were, in hypothesis, to see the light and die at peace with the Lord before she dies.
Clinton is an epochal threat for the Christian West. She is a bomb under the chair of Christian Civilisation. Compared to this, her ultimate destiny pales into insignificance.
Trump is, perhaps, the last hope to ever revert the course of the XXI Century and go back to sanity at least in part. He will be forced to promote Christian values by simple, elementary political interest. How many women he will “grab by the Ryan” has no bearing on this.
Let us not lose sight for what is at stake here. It’s much more than a freaking dyke.
Pray that Trump may win. Pray every day, as intensely as you can. Do penance. Pray more.
And if you get a bad night, full of dreams that Trump has lost (as just happened to me) order this book, and vow to keep fighting until the Lord in His goodness releases us from this vale of tears.