Life goes on.

I’ve made it no secret how I felt about Mr. Obama.  But he won. As upsetting as this is, to borrow from Jon at Stuff Christians Like, God is still in control.

I’ve been studing Psalm 46, because of the election.  Reality, both Psalm 46 & 47 are very comforting this moning.  God is our refuge, our present help in troubled times.  Verse 2 of Psalm 46, “We will not fear, though the earth should change and though the mountains slip into the heart of the sea;”  Verses 5 – 7 say that God will help, He is with us, even when the nations totter.  46:10 is the one that everyone will recognize – “Be still and know that I am God.”   My NASB translates this popular verse as “Cease striving and know that I am God.”  The study notes say that this “Cease striving” points to quit battleing, stop the warlike activities and acknowledge God’s supremacy. Psalm 47 tells us to sing praises to our God, and reminds us in verse 8, “God reigns over the nations, God sits on His holy throne.”

So life goes on.  At this point, all we can do is pray.  Pray that God’s will be done.  Pray that the damage will be minimal.  Pray that the American people wake up.  Pray for God’s peace that no matter what comes, He is in control.

Meanwhile, I made a little blog giftie for my conservative friends. Feel free to snag the button for your own blogs, just please, no hot linking. right click, save as, and upload to your own servers.

***No Longer Available***

6 thoughts on “Life goes on.

  1. Love the button!

    The verses are quite fitting. I also love Psalm 37. It’s been one of my favorites for years and it’s quite applicable today as well.


  2. I thought Jon’s post was so funny. I linked to it, too. 😉

    And remember we don’t have a king. Obama doesn’t have complete authority. And even if we did have a king, God can sway them.

  3. true, he isn’t king. but with a Democrat controlled congress, and the potential Democrat controlled Supreme Court… he almost could be.

    But you are right, God has sway over anyone.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Kat's Arbitrary Thought Processes