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The Point: 2018, The Political Illusion

I pronounced it last year, and I’ll contend it again. For the Colson Center, I’m John Stonestreet with The Point.

From all of us at the Colson Center, Happy New Year! As we start what is certain to be another, well, engaging year, we wish to remind you: Beware the domestic illusion.

After all, it was just a year ago that Republicans were beside themselves with joy, while Democrats were on the corner of the abyss.

My how times have changed. Yes, the President has had some successes: Neil Gorsuch, the dissolution of the HHS mandate, the better of ISIS in Iraq. But the Democrats, after wins in Virginia and Alabama, have reason to wish they’ll recapture the House in 2018. And on we go.

But that’s just politics, folks. And that’s because we can never place the wish in the next election. Our wish is in Jesus Christ, who is risen from the dead, Lord of all, and who will return to revive all things.

Of march we’ll stay concerned in politics. But some-more importantly, we must sojourn true to Him, temperament declare to Christ and His law with the lips and in the lives.


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