Lane Update: Red Wave Blues, Why Prophets Are Confused, Acosta Sozo, And Florida Rip Off

Now that we have passed the midterms, we have a house divided. On the one side, we had the prophetically proposed “red wave” which never made it to Florida’s shores.  On the other, we had the left’s grand illusion of a massive “blue wave” which resulted in merely a tinkle!

I had people telling me that there was going to be this big red wave, but you know what, I knew that there would not be one. Here’s one of the reasons why: the number of Republicans who stepped down created an unusual gap!

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2 thoughts on “Lane Update: Red Wave Blues, Why Prophets Are Confused, Acosta Sozo, And Florida Rip Off

  1. Dr. Wallnau: I’m going to try to put in a small chart on an article I came across on CNN. The chart shows that the majority of Catholics are voting democrat (which makes no sense to me seeing that Catholics are against abortion) and even many evangelical Christians vote democrat, which also makes no sense to me.
    Chart should read: Evangelicals vote democrat: 42% of the time and Catholics vote democrat 50% of the time. I have discussed Trump with a pastor who became a PA (like me) and he said he was voting democrat because he wanted there to be push back against Trump in Congress. He didn’t like the fact that Trump lacked tact, acted like crazy man Jehu (I and II Kings) and visibly showed no leadership. He just could not understand why evangelicals went after Trump so much. I believe this is a problem across the board in believers is that Trump exterior turns people off. I also don’t think that believers have been taught to look at the platforms/issues of the two parties and match them up to what Christianity stands for. Do we not need a national campaign to reach out to the evangelical churches and begin teaching those attendees what they are really voting for when they go ‘blue?’

    • I second that Sharon. In fact I have come to use short-hand when discussing these issues — “I vote on Policy, Not Personality”