It’s official: Roy Moore has been defeated in the recent Alabama Senatorial election, losing to his opponent Doug Jones.
In his closing remarks, where he stated that he firmly believes that the battle isn’t over yet, Moore spoke (the truth, of course) that God is always in control, no matter what, and that a recount was still possible (in Moore’s eyes).
He’s right, of course. God will always be in control, not man, and there’s no amount of human naysaying that can ever change that important truth.
I hope without malice that Mr. Moore knows that by the rule of that truth, if He didn’t will Moore to win, then no human interpretation of what happened last night can say otherwise. This is especially true because, since God unequivocally knows whether or not those allegations against him are legitimate, if He is displeased with Mr. Moore accordingly, He just might’ve been behind the surprising results of the election.
It is highly unlikely that the election results will change, no matter how much people deny how it went down. If God’s will was done, nothing Roy Moore says can change it.
And in regards to those allegations, God’s Truth will win and be revealed, no matter how hard people try to cover it up, nor how displeasing the truth may be. It is as it’s said in Luke: 8:17:
“For there is nothing hidden that will not be disclosed, and nothing concealed that will not be known or brought out into the open.”