I agree with everything you said, except, it does NOT answer the question. The question of a personal relationship to God is NOT the same question as what we are called to do as individuals related to the destruction of the nation. My take on this vanity post is that the author is substituting those two concepts.
You can have a personal relationship with God in slavery, but you cannot serve God if a bureaucrat owns all of your property and therefore owns YOU.
It is a difficult issue because the implications are huge. The phrase that comes to mind is “all or nothing”. Are we all in or all out? Are we going to fully trust Him? I don’t know how to explain it. I think we lose focus on what He’s called us to when we grind our teeth over politics.
If we put our focus on Him, He does the work through us. Instead of turning over every rock to find all the commies, we read God’s word, pray to Him, he then stirs out hearts to win souls and disciple people, commies end up getting saved and on board with the good guys.
The problem in America is spiritual, not political. The spiritual problem begins with God’s people, God’s people are called to be Christ-like, the only way to be like Him is to know Him, the only way to know Him is through His word.
As someone among many millions who still love freedom, I don't think it's a stretch to think that my last breath will be spent squeezing off rounds defending my family. I just hope it's quick.
I’m not saying that we just sit around and read God’s word and talk about His word amongst ourselves, quite voting, and stop holding our servants accountable. If we are close to Him, he’ll use us to make things right. Sometimes without the knowing it’s happening. We’ll just enjoy the benefits of obeying Him.