Cedric Fisher: "earnestly contending for the faith."

Electing Sodom’s Next President

(This is in three parts.  I originally posted part one in a closed group.  A heated debate ensued.  I posted part two the next day with little response.  Part three was posted only on my personal FB page, on this blog, and the TruthKeepers FB page.  I am not going to debate these posts in part or full.  It is what I believe the Holy Spirit compelled me to write.  What else can be said?  Either it bears witness with your spirit and the Holy Spirit within you, or it doesn’t.  If anyone believes that I am a false prophet, then they should warn everyone.  I can only obey God as I have for 38 years.  An argument will not change that commitment.  Otherwise, the veracity of these words will be revealed in due time.)

In the 2012 presidential election, the Republican Party offered Mitt Romney, a dedicated Mormon, as a candidate.  Millions of Christians refused to vote.  Cheryl and I were one of them.  This time around it appears that an avaricious and licentious man, Donald Trump, may get the Republican Nomination.  On a side note, his wife is no lady.  Again, we will not vote for such a man.

Let me put this as forthright as I can.  Afterwards, you will love me or hate me.

This nation is given over to wickedness to the extent that in 2008 a record turnout by Conservative voters was needed to prevent an overwhelmingly obvious diabolical man from becoming President.  That didn’t happen.  The number of people who voted for Barack Hussein Obama, including first time voters, set a record.

After his first incredibly disastrous term, an even greater number of Conservative voters were needed to prevent a second term.  With more first-time voters, the number of people voting for Obama in 2012 shattered the previous record.

Flash forward to the present.  To protect the nation from the consequences of rebellion and mockery of God, we are encouraged by our fellow Christians to vote for a wicked individual.  Will we vote for a wicked man to protect professing Christians from the consequences of their apostasy?  To prevent God’s judgment from shaking the foundations of a licentious and hedonistic society, will we vote for a licentious and hedonistic person?

This nation is so wicked in the secular and religious sectors, that it can no longer be blessed by God.  Everything is coming to a climactic point in eschatology.   Christians are so focused on avoiding the inevitable end-times hardships that they will vote for a vile man.

Here it is in a nutshell.  The fact is that Satan is attempting to trick the Remnant into voting for Satan to save them from Satan.  Is Satan opposed to Satan?  Is his house divided?  Can wickedness save us from wickedness?  Will we now accept someone we would have roundly rejected 8 years ago?  What has changed that, whom we would have totally rejected, we will now accept and elevate to the highest position of leadership in our nation?

All Satan has to do to get us to accept his emissary is to threaten us with Hillary Clinton.  As I said during the Romney debacle, choosing the lesser of the two evils is still choosing evil.  I choose to allow wicked and apostate America choose their own ruler.

Please consider that in Numbers, beginning with the 22 chapter, Balak tried to pay Balaam to curse Israel, but he could not do so.  In Numbers 34:16 and Revelation 2:14, it is clear that Balaam taught Balak how to get Israel to incur the wrath of God by defiling itself.

Since we are God’s people, no one can curse us effectively.  However, we can defeat ourselves by desiring an evil man to deliver us.

What I am going to do is trust completely in God.  Yes, we will suffer if Clinton is elected.  Cheryl and I have been preparing ourselves spiritually to endure such a time as this.  It is going to get much worse.  I choose to follow the Lord Jesus Christ.  No politician will deliver this nation from the consequences of its wickedness.  I will not compromise my relationship with God, or grieve the Holy Spirit, just to have a more comfortable and secure life.  We have passed critical mass.  The time for voting is over.  The time for standing has arrived.

Part Two:

To be honest, I am attempting to convince people of what I believe is the truth about our nation and Christianity.  But I am not trying to force my opinion on anyone or disrespect their opinion.  The truth is that compromise is always the way of the majority.  They always have very good reasons for compromising.  The reason most people give in supporting Donald Trump is that America will be destroyed if Hillary is elected.  Another reason is, that we need him to appoint a conservative justice to SCOTUS.  What evidence is there that he will?   What makes us believe he will be faithful to our nation of 330 million people, when he can’t even be faithful to two of his wives?

Answer for your own peace of mind, “Why is Trump running for President?”   Is it because of his ego?  Why would he want such an incredibly stressful and thankless job?  Or is it to protect his billion plus wealth from looming and encroaching Socialism?   If it is to protect his wealth and way of life, he couldn’t care less if our nation plunges deeper into hedonism, and Christian freedom dissolves.  If he is elected, the only thing that will change is, we will go from a cowardly and wicked leader to a bold and wicked one.  If the next President is Trump or Hillary, he or she will run roughshod over us.  Arrogance and vulgarity will flow like sewage from the one, and sneaky, lying, subterfuge out of the other.  We are simply voting for a Republican devil or a Democrat devil.  It’s a choice between “Nimrod” or “Jezebel”.  If we want to be strong enough to endure, then we must prepare our hearts and refuse to be a part of it.

When Nebuchadnezzar demanded that the Hebrew men bow in idolatry, there were some very good reasons why they should do so.  In fact, it appeared as insanity not to bow.  “It’s not that big a deal” would probably be the most common remark by someone today.

The fact is, this is not a normal period.  We have lived with moral decline by increments until we are (like the frog in the pot) oblivious to the dangerous predicament we are in.  True Christians do not have a voice in this government or in any sector of society anymore.  We are considered pariahs to be rejected, hindrances to social progress, or who need sensitivity training.

This nation has rejected God.  Christianity is in full-scale apostasy and millions of professing Christians do not know it.  It is a pressure cooker about to explode.  The secular and religious realms are headed toward convergence.  This is a time of great deception, delusion, and apostasy.  We must not give place to the enemy of our souls in any area of life.  There is no escaping what is coming down, except a moral person with integrity be elected, and the majority of professing Christians repent.

Each person has to make up his or her mind.  I’m just trying to make certain you consider all the essential points, not merely political pamphlets.

Part Three:

A very harsh period is coming.  Do not believe that your president will exempt you from that period.  Judgment is going to fall on this wicked nation that has rejected God, and upon people who profess to know Him, yet embrace wickedness.  Why should we share in their judgment by contempt for God’s counsel?

You say, “I’m choosing a president, not a pastor.”  But God says, “When you became a nation, your president was your pastor.  He was your shepherd and I gave him a pulpit.  Yet you now wish that a perverse shepherd should lead you.  Do you not know that he would be your pastor?”

When did we decide that we would no longer need God’s shepherd, but a wolf?  Do we want God’s shepherd inside a church building, but when we exit we wish that a wolf should lead us?  We wrote God’s name into our Constitution.  It is in the motto on our money.  Do we really trust in God, or do we wish that He should trust in us?

“Thus you will choose and you will fight the brutal war in your own strength and wisdom.  You will stand in the midst of fiery judgment and My fire will be strange to you.  You do not wish to know My ways.  You do not wish to hear Me.  You will not obey Me, but you are willing to obey a wicked shepherd.”

Do not be as ones with stubborn hearts and willful minds who refuse to hear, believe, or understand God’s will.  These people profess to know God, but are zealous in earthly wisdom.  They cannot bear the rule of God’s will.  These people have taught for many years that God’s will is determined by our desires and confession of “faith”.  Now they protect and preserve their flesh and material possessions, but their spirits are tied to the whipping post of disobedience.

Should we believe prophets who prophesy from their imaginations?  Those who wish to hear God will hear.  Those who do not wish to hear Him will in anger stop up the ears of their spirits.

[“If you faint in the day of adversity, your strength is small.” – Proverbs 24:10]




  1. Mary Rhew

    Amen! Thank you for posting these articals. They are truthful and Exackly what we are facing . May we stand faithful and true as we endever to follow, our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ. Look up our redemption draweth high. Keep preaching and teaching God’s truth. To God be the Glory.

  2. Charolette Little

    Amen Brother! We must keep up the good fight.

  3. Billie

    thank you for doing and saying what the holy Ghost has lead you to say… I had already made up my mind not to vote.. for one I don’t think we really vote in the first place. Like you I also believe it is wrong to vote for an evil unsaved person and try and put them in power … as you have stated , evil is evil.. so no matter who you vote for you are still casting a vote for a evil person.. I thought the bible said to have nothing to do with evil? I don’t want our guns taken away or any of our rights.. I don’t like seeing the president we have now walking all over our Constitution but at the same time I know that this world will come to an end.. Jesus said so.. I just pray not to fail him in times of great trouble like the world has never known.. I will pray for this nation but it is all in God’s hands and his will.. he raises up whom he wills and he also brings down whom he will… gbu

  4. Dean Redington

    Whom do you suggest?

    • C.H. Fisher

      I do not promote political figures. In fact, it is difficult and unpleasant to write about politics. If this election did not have spiritually critical implications, and if I did not feel strongly impressed to write about it, I would never even hint at the subject.

  5. Dennis

    All that you said is totally correct.

  6. Dave

    Following is scripture to ponder concerning the unclean things of this world…Washington DC is completely corrupt and evil…completely sold out to Satan. Their god is the god of this world, the prince of this world. The Christian has no business mixing with this world system and that includes Washington DC. Christians can rationalize all they want that this does not apply to country and elections. That is deception and a lie. We cannot pick and choose what we deem clean or unclean. What communion has light with darkness? Many Christians continue to idolize our flag, nationality, patriotism and our constitution. Those who continue to cling to the things of this world, are the most adamant about voting. God’s will, will be done with or without our vote! This world’s system is complete bondage. I pray Christians take this serious matter to the Lord. I can assure you, He will convict your heart as to the right thing to do, and this ultimately gets down to obedience. Remember, the road is very, very narrow. Many are on the broad path. I truly believe what we, as Christians, do in this upcoming election is a test. We are sojourners in this world…this is NOT our home! Just passing through. Many forget that truth.

    2 Cor. :14-18

    14) Be ye not unequally yoked together with unbelievers: for what fellowship hath righteousness with unrighteousness? and what communion hath light with darkness?

    15) And what concord hath Christ with Belial? or what part hath he that believeth with an infidel?

    16) And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people.

    17) Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you,

    18) And will be a Father unto you, and ye shall be my sons and daughters, saith the Lord Almighty.

  7. Dave

    I meant to write 2 Cor. 6:14-18. Sorry!

  8. GTW

    Personally, I do not believe the published vote outcomes for either the 2008 or 2012 presidential elections. “On the ground” evidence does not match up with media touts of overwhelming victory for the diabolical man.
    (okay, I call him the usurper; calling him “the president”, to me, is a lie)

    Vote fraud for the 2008 election was documented at a MINIMUM of 50%,
    even by a House Committee investigation. (My bad for not copying the published report which I can no longer find.) States all across the nation reported numerous first hand account of vote fraud. Even a cursory count of the compromised electoral votes revealed a far different outcome than the published headlines.

    In EVERY conversation I had before the 2012 election, EVERY person who had voted for the guy the first time around indicated that he needed to go; he would not get his/her vote the second time.

    The day after the 2012 election, everywhere I went, in stores and public places, people looked like someone had died. I’m not kidding. Everyone looked like they had just attended a funeral. The distress was palpable, and this in one of the most “liberal” voting blocs in the nation.

    My personal conclusions about the vote count are based on endless
    documentation and old-fashioned facts.

    Anyone can label me with any label her or his heart spews out, but
    I truly believe the American people did NOT vote this fraud into office.
    We did not give consent to be governed by the person residing in the White House. Not the first time. Not the second time. We were not even given facts on which to base an informed decision.

    Perhaps God has withheld judgment on our nation so far due to the fact
    that people in our offices do not govern according to the will of the people.
    God knows the truth about the American vote. No one can deceive Him.

    That said, personally, I write-in the name of persons by whom I truly would
    consent to be governed. If I ever hear of a candidate actually speaking the truth, especially about making restitution to the American people for the last 8 years of grossly fraudulent, lawless administration by an ineligible criminal, I may tune back in.

    Until then, I rejoice in the Truth which sets us free. I confess I am a wimp, but I feel happy that I may be found strengthened and worthy to be persecuted for believing in my wonderful Lord and Savior, infinite in goodness and love.

  9. GTW

    Another thought . . . Matthew 18:19 is true.

    Strong’s definition of “agree” : συμφωνέω symphōnéō, soom-fo-neh’-o; from G4859; to be harmonious, i.e. (figuratively) to accord (be suitable, concur) or stipulate (by compact):—agree (together, with).

    Thayer’s Greek Lexicon says, in part, “to sound together, be in accord; of sounds and of musical instruments; to harmonize, to be in accord”

    Perhaps we have not because we ask not, or we can’t seem to agree upon what to ask. We’ve bought too much into the world’s way of doing life and government.

    I anyone would like to agree with me — I ask that God would raise up godly leadership, to fill our offices with people who carry out their duties in a way pleasing to him, and who govern according to our constitutional foundations.

  10. Alec

    Thank you for speaking the truth. You are not alone in seeing things this way. Voting for the lesser of two evils is voting for evil.


  11. charlie

    God has not given up on this country, Nor has he given up on his people…Personally i would rather vote for a person that claims to defend christian values than not to vote and ensure that a person who stands for anti christian values up front. The real question is not should you vote or not, but are you going to take a stand for God or not. By not voting you are taking a stand. God is in charge of this whole thing, He will see if you are a spectator on the sidelines or one who is willing to get in the game. It is not by accident that we have this opportunity. It is clear in the last days Christians will suffer. This is a fact. When Jesus returns will you hear..”well done good and faithful servant” or will you hear something else like ” The least you could have done is put my money in the bank where i could have least drawn interest on it. Many in the bible had the same choices, to take a stand or do nothing. I suggest you pray hard and choose which one of these two so called evils will support Christian values. By the way they are not really evil they are just deceived, like many other leaders in the past. God has been known to use evil rulers to serve his purposes.

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