Psalm 91:7, 9-10 – A thousand shall fall at thy side, and ten thousand at thy right hand; but it shall not come nigh thee. Because thou hast made the LORD, which is my refuge, even the most High, thy habitation; There shall no evil befall thee, neither shall any plague come nigh thy dwelling.
As the Biden Administration continues to botch its foreign policy decisions, we can see that another catastrophic event about to unfold in Ukraine. The world thinks we are a joke. Our allies don’t trust us and our enemies don’t fear us. No country respects America like it did but a short 13 months ago.
Now more than ever we as a country need the Lord. I encourage each of you to pray earnestly for our government…that the Lord’s will be done and that He puts stumbling blocks in the paths of those, foreign and domestic, that wish to harm this country and those who live here. Also pray earnestly for our men and women in uniform. As Russia amasses troops on the border with Ukraine, the U.S. is sending a token force of military to Europe and bailing out of Ukraine all together (militarily speaking).
How does this look to our ally, Ukraine? Well, I can only imagine that it seems like the U.S. is getting out of the way of the Russian army for them to invade. We are saying don’t do it as we do next to nothing to back up a country who needs us. I have never been a fan of the U.S. military being the world’s police force, but if we are going to talk the talk, we need to walk the walk. We are presenting a weak front diplomatically and our enemies are feeling empowered.
If our country was following the Lord and not Satan in its policies and direction, we could rely on God’s strong arm to defeat our enemies, even when outnumbered.
To read more about what is happening with the military in Ukraine, click here. Below is an excerpt from this site:
President Joe Biden ordered 3,000 more U.S. troops to deploy to Poland on Friday, the Department of Defense officially confirmed on Saturday. The department also announced that 160 Florida National Guard troops in Ukraine will be pulled out amid concerns Russia will invade Ukraine in the coming days.
The 3,000 troops will come from Fort Bragg, N.C.-based 82nd Airborne Division and will deploy to Europe. The latest deployment orders add to 1,700 U.S. paratroopers already ordered to Europe on February 2, and the deployment of 300 18th Airborne Corps troops.
“All told, these 5,000 additional personnel comprise a highly mobile and flexible force, capable of multiple missions,” a senior defense official said of the deployment. “They are being deployed to reassure our NATO allies, deter any potential aggression against NATO’s eastern flank, train with host-nation forces and contribute to a wide range of contingencies. They will report to Air Force Gen. Tod Wolters, the commander of U.S. European Command.”