It is election time in the United States and Americans are realizing that our political system has produced a dismal choice of candidates to lead this nation. “The lesser of two evils” is the apt description of the decision voters will face on election day – provided they decide to vote, that is. Perhaps the greater question, however, is how we got to such a place. What has happened to American society that we must deliver the nation’s fate into the hands of leaders whose character is at best questionable?
This is the backdrop for a series of what may be called prophetic political discussions on Hebrew Nation Radio’s The Remnant Road. The guests on these programs present slightly different views on the topic, but their conclusions are strikingly similar. Philip Haney, a retired Federal law enforcement officer, approaches the subject as an insider who did his best to alert the government about Islamist infiltration, only to suffer bureaucratic backlash. Michael Payne comes from the perspective of a Spirit-filled freelance journalist who has observed the creeping apostasy of the organized church in America. Douglas J. Hagmann contributes his experience as an investigator who has gained an understanding of the hidden forces shaping the fate of America and the world.
The conclusions these men reach should come as no surprise to those who are paying attention. The United States, and the world in general, has come to a point of great moral decay largely because the people of God have ceased to hold fast to YHVH’s standards of righteousness. Judgment looms, which is why this current election cycle in America is the most important in the nation’s history.