What happens when you put your confidence in man? Let’s break it down.
Trump and disgraced pervert Bill O'Reilly were on a nationwide “History” tour to discuss how things were accomplished, both good and bad, during the four years of Mr. Trump’s presidency.
The bad would be Operation Warp Speed, the Trump initiative which siphoned billions of taxpayer dollars to the pharmaceutical industry to aid in their creation of an experimental gene therapy.
Supporters have found themselves reeling over Trump’s admission to not only getting the vaccine and booster, but his encouragement to get the vaccine with an obligatory nod to freedom of choice.
You could hear the collective anguish as the clip spread like wildfire around the Internet. But the disappointment is not in the Don’s seemingly new adherence to the global elites' depopulation plan, but in how our trust in true change was based in one man.
See, Trump burst in the scene as the antidote to the deep state, running as an outsider to the establishment which had held us captive for so long. This energized many who were normally not politically active. Like all other trends, this has come to an end.
Man tends to lean towards solutions which advance his own purposes. This often involves double-mindedness, leading to waffling of ideas, and the eventual abandonment of principles. When you put your confidence and trust in man, you will be let down. However, if we place our trust in Jesus Christ, He will never change for He is God, and He is the same yesterday, today and forever.
The Sweet Psalmist of Israel said it best when he penned Psalm 118:8-9: “It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in man. It is better to trust in the LORD than to put confidence in princes.” Be sure to put your trust in the right Person.
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