Some use the word as if it’s always positive. Legacies can be remembered for good, but then legacies can be remembered in infamy. What we do in comparison to the unchangeable standards of right and wrong will decide which one it will be:
- on day one of receiving great power, an executive order is issued to begin using federal funds to support abortion
- an executive order is used to provide governmental health-care to the “partners” of homosexual federal employees
- an executive order was issued to do away with the military’s “Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell” rule
- an executive mind was changed and “evolved” on the point of view as to whether or not homosexuals should be able to get “married”
- an executive decision was made to prevent the USJD (United States Justice Department) from defending the DOMA (Defense of Marriage Act) before the US Supreme Court
- an executive decision was made to place a spotlight mentality of high place idolatry and immorality on the white house by having “rainbow colored lights” light up its face
- an executive choice was made to ignore states that are defying federal law by “legalizing” marijuana.
There will be a lot of other things that I will remember from the last 8 years of executive leadership. There is no wool over my eyes. And the wise won’t forget what happened when it is compared to the standard by which all nations have been judged and will be judged. I’d say we better start “clinging” to our Bible a little tighter and say a prayer for the president on his way out, and for the one on his way in.
A legacy has been left alright. Some legacy!
“By righteousness a nation is lifted up, but sin is a cause of shame to the peoples.” (Proverbs 14:34 – BBE)