The Church in America seems to be in a state of denial. We have a shameful history that we are unwilling to fully come to grips with, or even to acknowledge. And President Obama recently dredged it up.
Our liberties are being stripped from us daily. From sea to shining sea, ridiculous restrictions are being placed on freedoms, and penalties are being levied against the people. The government is overstepping its bounds, and the American people are sitting back and doing little, if anything, to stop it. But this should come as no surprise.
It has become clear that in every instance where Biblical values were up for a vote, the American people have chosen to reject them. This election goes so much deeper than just who was elected president for the next four years. This election was a barometer of the soul of America, and America is in critical condition.
It was a picture of New York City on the morning after the devastating floods of Hurricane Sandy. As the sun rose, God placed a rainbow above the skyline of the city. As soon as I saw it, I was reminded of what the rainbow symbolizes.
But instead of agreeing with her, I found myself thinking that the last thing we need as a nation is another president that we expect will fix all of our problems. I don't really believe that it matters if you supported President Obama's campaign in 2008, it was clear four years ago that most Americans were looking for a transformational leader who would bring "hope" and "change" to our nation.