What Will the Future Look Like If Obama Is Elected?

 

This letter found on the Focus Action website may seem impossible to some of you, but I think it is a real possibility in the coming years if Obama becomes President.  I don’t think some Christians understand the depth of the issues here.  We are facing a dire situation.  Please read entire letter even though it is extremely lengthy.  It is eye opening because it shows that we are headed closer and closer to the “end times” spoken of in the Bible.  I think one of the most important points this article makes in writing this “what if” scenario is that the events are based on past events.  They are not just opinions pulled out of thin air.  They are based on the way Obama has voted in the past and what he has said himself that he will do if he is elected.

Letter from 2012 in Obama’s America     (click title to read entire article)   

What will the United States be like if Senator Obama is elected? The most reliable way
of predicting people’s future actions is by looking at their past actions. Jesus himself
taught, “You will recognize them by their fruits” (Matthew 7:16). Anyone who has hired
employees knows that – the best predictor of a person’s future job performance is not
what he tells you he can do but what he has actually done in the past.
So here is a picture of the changes that are likely or at least very possible if Senator
Obama is elected and the far-left segments of the Democratic Party gain control of the

White House, the Congress, and perhaps then the Supreme Court.

The entire letter is written as a “What if?” exercise, but that does not make it empty speculation because every future “event” described here is based on established legal and political trends that can already be abundantly documented and that only need a “tipping point” such as the election of Senator Obama and a Democratic House and Senate to begin to put them into place. Every past event named in this letter (everything prior to October 22, 2008) is established fact and has already taken place.

This letter is not “predicting” that all of the imaginative future “events” named in this letterwill happen. But it is saying that each one of these changes could happen and also that each change would be a the

natural outcome

This letter is addressed particularly to their concerns so they will be aware of what is at stake before the November 4 election.
Some will respond to this letter by saying, “Well, I hope hardship and even persecution come to the church. It will strengthen the church!” But hoping for suffering is wrong. It is similar to saying, “I hope I get some serious illness because it will strengthen my faith.”Jesus taught us to pray the opposite: “And lead us not into temptation, but deliver us from evil” (Matt. 6:13). Paul urged us to pray not for persecution but “for kings and all who are in high positions, that we may lead a peaceful and quiet life, godly and dignified in every way” (1 Tim. 2:2). So Christians should hope and pray that such difficult times do not come. But if they do come, then it will be right to trust God to bring good out of them and also bring them to an end.Of course, there are many evangelical Christians supporting Senator Obama as well as
many supporting Senator McCain in this election. Christians on both sides should
continue to respect and cherish each other’s friendship as well as the freedom people
have in the United States to differ on these issues and to freely speak our opinions about them to one another.

 

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