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Perhaps the single most important impact of the Trump presidency was not immigration, taxes, the economy or restoring "America First" — all of which, by the way, are now being quickly dismantled by the communist Democrats. Instead, it was the drawing of the dividing line. A clear bright line was drawn right down the country, and people had to choose.
No more hiding in the murky gray area. Everyone has been called out, and sides have been chosen. Good. But one thing revealed in this has been the complete wimpiness of those who consider themselves "on the Right" — for the most part, a complete bunch of quislings who are willing to compromise their principles to achieve a good end.
The Marxists never compromise. They are completely pure of heart in their ambitions. It's just that their ambitions are evil. But give the Devil his due — they're relentless, never wavering, uncompromising. Those who say they follow Christ could learn a lesson from that. Marxism and evil have advanced because of their spirit of "take no prisoners" and "make no compromises."
It is, unfortunately, they who have taken to heart the line from King David in Psalm 51: "A pure heart create for me, O God." What lies at the heart of the constant battering of Christians and mounting losses is one single issue: theological compromise.
This was the central focus of a talk we gave last weekend that we invite you to watch. It touches on some very uncomfortable themes, but until these issues are resolved — the demon-inspired divisions within the body of Christ — evil will advance.