On Nov. 9, 2016, I wrote an article titled, “Donald Trump, President of the United States by the Sovereign Intervention of God,” stating, “I believe Trump has been elected president by divine intervention.” I can now say the same thing about Joe Biden. It is hard to explain him being president without intervention from above, be it as an act of divine blessing or an act of divine judgment.
There are some people, of course, who believe that everything happens by the will of God, which means that whoever wins the presidency wins by God’s express will.
Yet, as I suggested four years ago, “there are times when there are so many odds against something happening, when it so greatly defies logic, that it is easier to recognize God’s involvement.”
I believe that was the case in 2016, and I believe that is the case today.
Simply stated, without the unique events of 2020, it is very unlikely that Joe Biden would be president today. And that’s why I say that Joe Biden is president of the United Stated by the sovereign will of God.
Just think back to the beginning of 2020. It looked as if President Trump would cruise to a victory over whichever Democratic candidate came forward.
He survived the attempt to remove him from office after being impeached, probably strengthening his base in the process. The economy was humming. We were not caught up in any international or even national crises (other than the political divide). Things were looking good.
Then the pandemic came, crippling the economy and shaking the nation with thousands of deaths and endless lockdowns.
Then there was the death of George Floyd, followed by protests and riots across the country and national tensions rising again. And to the extent the left could paint Trump as a white racist, to that extent, he was painted as a big part of the problem. “We must get rid of this evil man!”
As for the rise of Biden, before the South Carolina primaries, he looked dead in the water. AP News even ran a headline Feb. 11, 2020, stating, “Joe Biden looks to South Carolina to resurrect his campaign.”
Then, quite out of the blue, Biden was back in the race, then the frontrunner, then the winner. It’s almost as if someone in his party pushed a button and said, “Bernie Sanders is too radical, so we’ll have to switch things around.” And it was done.
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SOURCE: Charisma News