Right now, There’s a lot I don’t know about on the morning of Wednesday, November 4. I don’t know what’s going to happen after the election. Honestly, I don’t even know if we’ll know on the morning of November 4th if we’ll know who’s been elected president of the U.S.

But there are a few things that I do know: I know that God is sovereign and Lord of all no matter who wins the election.

[And I know that] the greatest problems in our country are not political. They’re moral. They’re spiritual. If we think politics is going to fix all of our ills, we need to think again.

Each once of us needs to place God in the center of our lives. Christ needs to once again take His rightful place in the center of our lives. Ask yourself, How have I added to the hate, the division, the anger in the country and in the Church?

The evil one wants to take advantage of the outcome of the election – no matter who wins. He wants to stir in our hearts anger, discouragement, pride, or arrogance. We can’t let that happen.

Jesus says we need to love our neighbor and pray for our enemies; we may have many more opportunities for that, come Wednesday morning. We can be kind in what we say and what we post. Practice patience and charity.

-transcribed from YouTube video (below).