I don’t know what former President Trump’s future may hold or what his political aspirations may be. But I do know this: I will not be focused on his every move.
I will not be looking to him to revamp the Republican Party or save America. And while it is possible that he will do much good for both his party and the nation in the days ahead, I suggest that we take our focus off Trump. It is time to move on.
Again, I’m neither discounting nor inviting another Trump run in 2024. Instead, my emphasis is on the word “focus.”
Trump has been at the center of many of our lives for the last 5 years—and not just politically.
He has been the subject of many a family discussion (not to mention divided quite a few families, too). He has filled our news feeds. He has dominated our social media pages. He has flooded our TV screens.
But elections are over. The impeachment trial has ended. Trump is not front and center in the news. Now is the perfect time to move on. The spell of Trumpmania has been broken.
There is life beyond Trump, politics beyond Trump, economic challenges beyond Trump, immigration issues beyond Trump, culture wars beyond Trump, international problems (and solutions) beyond Trump.
And, from a spiritual standpoint, a thousand times over, there is life—and ministry and calling and service and all kinds of fruitful activity—beyond Trump.
That’s why I tweeted, “I don’t know what former President Trump’s future political plans are, and it’s way too early to talk about 2024. But this much I can say for sure: the focus of my life is on the Second Coming of Christ, not the second coming of Trump. Only One has preeminence in my heart.”
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SOURCE: Charisma News