Tonight makes history. Businessman Donald Trump will deliver the final message at the Republican National Convention in Cleveland, accepting the Republican nomination for President of the United States. These are unusual days. Almost no one saw this coming – other than his children – and they weren’t even registered to vote.
Can Trump actually win the election in November? Odds makers give him a puncher’s chance. The betting line is about 4-1 for Hillary Clinton. But those who have bet against Trump in the past have done so at their own peril. The answer is yes, Trump can win.
But will Trump win? There is no way of knowing, because as predictable as Clinton is, Trump is not. If he was ahead in the polls by 20 points, I wouldn’t bet on him, because he can say something crazy and implode overnight. And if he was behind by 20 points, I wouldn’t bet against him, because Clinton remains very unpopular and his tough guy image works for a lot of people.
So I wouldn’t bet on President. But I am willing to bet on King. In fact, I have bet my life, my eternity, and my reputation on the fact that Jesus is Lord of lords and King of kings. And he didn’t get that way by popular vote.
Jesus is Lord, whether you voted for him or not.