“Evil men do not understand justice, but those who seek the Lord understand it completely.” Proverbs 28:5
A little over nine years ago something happened that will be written in our History books. I am not going to talk about that evil man and his evil acts, as it is not worth my time. I want to touch on justice served and those trying to bring justice to our country. Nearly twenty years ago, our world, as we knew it, was struck to our very core. We as American’s rallied together to show support for the men and women fighting. They were fighting to protect of our great country against terrorism. Americans wanted everyone to know that we would never forget this tragedy. We vowed to see justice for the innocent lives that were taken.
With brave courage and strong will, a group of soldiers took back a portion of our peace.
Our peace was not completely restored, due to certain followers of that man but our hope as a nation was increasing. I will admit that I did not vote for President Obama but at the time, he was the authority over our country. God commands us to respect our authorities. During this event, he gave a speech that ended in “may God bless us, bless our troops, and our country.” He actually addressed the existence of God, several times on international television, and for that I am proud to be an American.
Now, we have a completely different president. Instead of being glad that he acknowledges God and His Word, people are trying to destroy him. We have had a rough few months, filled with tragic situations, and he has not wavered. Our president has stood up to the public, loving our country the way God’s Word says to. President Trump has tried to protect the health of the nation and speak against the wrongful death of a man. He has fought for the rights and well-being of our nation. Recently, stimulus checks were sent to every American, even if they didn’t vote for him, when the IRS wouldn’t.
I believe recognizing others accomplishments is an act of a person living by Proverbs 31.
Our president deserves to be recognized and honored.