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It was an overcast day when those on the left dragged a disheveled President Trump before the Lord Jesus. The President had in their opinion, committed impeachable crimes. They also hoped that his past immorality and impure speech would make him all the more offensive and vile to the Savior.

The Lord did not immediately respond to their numerous accusations of wrongdoing that took a good half hour to recount. Instead, he stooped and wrote something in the dust.

After what seemed like an hour of silence although it was only a few minutes, Jesus rose and said, “Let the person who is without sin among you be the first to throw a stone at the President.” He then again stooped and continued writing in the dirt.

The stone in Joe Biden’s hand suddenly became unbearably heavy as the video of his boast of withholding money from Ukraine played over and over and over again in his head. He still very much hated the President, but the rush of guilt caused him to reluctantly walk away.

The next person to drop her rock was Nancy Pelosi. As she watched, the Lord caused flashes of the homeless epidemic and hopelessness in her district to play repeatedly in her head. Yes, more than anything she wanted to remove the President from office, but at the moment she could not throw her rock at him. She, too, grudgingly walked away.

Even the fiercest opponent of President Trump realized he could not throw a rock with the Lord watching. As former President Obama stood with a rock in his hand, the Lord flooded his mind with so many memories of his lies and his past deals with the devil that he just wanted to flee as quickly as he could. “I will throw my stone another day when no one is looking or knows that it came from me,” he muttered under his breath as he departed the scene.

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(Regarding the drone strike upon Qasem Soleimani)

I could not escape the thought that the rapture is the wildcard in all of this. My current focus is thus not on a devastating world war or a disastrous attack on the United States, but rather on Jesus’ appearing to take His church back to heaven (John 14:2-3).

No other event could so instantly take away the United States’ ability to defend itself in the Middle East or anywhere else. No other event could so suddenly remove the United States’ ability to defend Israel, which would leave her open to the massive attack described in Ezekiel 38-39.

I say these things in part because I know that many in our military are men and women of faith. Their sudden disappearance would leave our forces in great disarray. Many leaders in our government would also be suddenly missing from the scene, which would further complicate our response to an attack upon Israel.

In addition, I cannot imagine the quick crippling impact the rapture would have upon the economy of the United States, which would also greatly limit our ability to respond militarily to any crisis.

“Are we really that close to the rapture?” you might ask. Yes, absolutely! Please know I am not making any predictions as to the timing of the rapture, but recent events in the Middle East should act as wakeup call for the church: the Lord’s appearing could very well take place very, very soon.