Divided we fall like Samson
Main Course: “Every kingdom divided against itself is brought to desolation, and every city or house divided against itself will not stand (Matt. 12:25).
Every wise woman builds her house: but the foolish plucks it down with her hands (Prov. 14:1).
The spirit of division will take us down, be our own demise, hence the race/civil war is on the horizon. We will destroy our own selves from within. America will play the fool and everyone around the world will see our nakedness and laugh, mock, and scorn us. We will be humiliated among the nations and they will say where does your strength lie now?
O, America we will be like Samson, for we have laid our heads in the wrong lap and Delilah (the news media) will take us down. O, the terror that befalls us, who will save us? No one….. We will be like Samson and in our one and only, last chance will call upon the name of the Lord and He will answer us, but we will not rise again. We will die in the midst of our enemies, but in the presence of the Lord (that is our only consolation as believers). The downfall of Samson is the face of America (Judg. 16).
Sadly, America is worse than Nineveh, at least they repented and God delayed His judgment (Jonah 3). Our leadership is worse than King Nebuchadnezzar. At least God in his mercy raised him back up again after 7 years because had humbled his heart (Dan. 4:34-27). Ironically since all God’s warnings have been ignored by America (she is stubborn, prideful and selfish), our judgment will not be delayed, and neither will there be resilience. Consequently, as believers all we can do now is prepare and build our ark to survive and make it through the days ahead (Hab. 3:2).
America has found a seat right next to Sodom and Gomorrah and we will receive its reward/judgement to never rise again. It is the nature of the sin that God is judging; the pride of America will fall, even that which is in our own hearts (Luke 21:26). Will you be found guilty (Jam. 4:8)?
God will not humble America, she refuses; He will have to destroy her. This hurts Him more than we can ever imagine, but is necessary for the greater good to come forth for His glory.