Letter: Rescue us, wisdom

Published 10:02 pm Thursday, November 1, 2018

America is very divided and very confused. It was that way in the days of King Solomon. His kingdom, too, was divided and confused. Two women both claimed to be a child’s mother. His Kingdom was in awe after Solomon discerned the truth. They understood God gave Solomon his wisdom.

Does the wisdom of King Solomon speak into this age? I say yes. The voice of the imposter mom, who spoke at the court of King Solomon, matches the imposter voice of America. We find this imposter voice all throughout our land.

I believe most Minnesotans want the same things: good jobs to raise families, safe country and safe neighborhoods. What divides us is social issues. We are on one side or the other. When confusion lifts, I believe America unites.

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Do we want our nation led by God or led by imposter voices? That is what is at stake in America. I am an independent write-in candidate for the U.S. Senate. Why an independent? Because neither major party has the complete answer. With wisdom from the ages, I believe the veil of confusion will lift. Rescue us, wisdom!

A young Minnesota autistic boy, Josh Cullen, is diagnosed as very low functioning. He cannot speak, yet he learned three years ago at age 7 to communicate by typing. He typed “God is a good gift -giver” and “Faith is picture it done.” He has typed many things about the Trinity. Remarkable. The one I like most in terms of governing our nation is “So, man must voice — Father what do you think? Jesus, what do you love? Holy Spirit, what should we do about it? That’s our mission.” I agree.

Before I spoke my intention to become an independent candidate for the U.S. Senate, I asked for wisdom. God does not disappoint. My website is at hope4thepeople.com.

I hope to become your next senator for the U.S. Senate from Minnesota. Give God glory for the wisdom of King Solomon. Give me your write-in vote.

Tim Meier

New Ulm