Deceiving The Elect

Deceiving The Elect March 1, 2021

Jesus predicted Donald Trump in Matthew 24:24:

“False messiahs will appear so as to deceive even The Elect.”

If white Evangelicals are The Elect (those chosen by God), then it is they who are the deceived in this passage, and Mr. Trump is the deceiver.

After scraping seven of ten commandments from the tablets, Evangelicals actually embraced a man with numerous unflattering titles, such as:

Infinite & Endless Liar

Hourly Promise Breaker

Re-Offending Adulterer

Ill-Parented Vulgarian

Cream Faced Harpy

Great Veined Ruffian

Sulky Misanthrope

Owner Of Few Good Qualities

Conspiracy Theorist Extraordinaire

Three-Inch King

Knot-Pated Goon

Slenderly Educated Boy-Man

Stable Cheat

Sin Trader

Pigeon Livered Scold

Unmannerly Thug

General Offender

Master of Foul Speech

Rust-Plated Racist

Cunning White Supremacist

Christian Pretender

Rank Islamophobe

Closet Anti-Semite

Insurrectionist

To those among The Elect who say it is impossible that The Elect can be deceived, consider how The Elect, with God on their side, have been deceived in centuries past:

by embracing the execution of heretics

by embracing the execution of apostates

by embracing the execution of Jews

by embracing the execution of Muslims

by embracing the execution of  ‘witches’

by embracing the execution of slaves

by embracing the execution of  ‘savages’

by embracing the execution of fellow Christians

These extremes, and many lesser deceptions, argue that The Elect can indeed be misled.

Could you be wrong right now Mr. and Mrs. Evangelical? Could you be wrong about your continued support for the Chosen One, D. J. Trump? If Jesus warned that even The Elect can be deceived, do you really want to say you cannot be wrong?  Please consider that you could be wrong, that you were wrong, and wrong all along.

 

Featured  image  ‘Trump  by  IoSonoUnaFotoCamera  via  Flickr

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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