A few days ago I posted this cliffhanger:
Then, sometime before last weekend, Ms. Bachmann received her epiphany, and subsequently announced it on Olive Tree Ministries radio of Maple Grove, Minnesota.
"I’m not going to run for that office…. I took it to the Lord in a very quiet way, I took it before the Lord, I prayed, I tried to have my ears open and hear what God was saying to me…. I went before the Lord and it became very clear to me that I wasn’t hearing any call from God to do this. I’ve always prayed and tried to seek out what God’s will for me would be, and each time before, I’ve had this inner sense that I’m supposed to do this, I’m supposed to run…. I had absolutely no sense from the Lord at all that I was supposed to run this time…. So I’m not going to do it."
I know, sad news. But, there is always hope. My wife and I once had a good Christian as our daughter's daycare owner, who, when informed that her services were no longer needed, later said, because of God's guidance, that she would return our $100 deposit. But God called her back within the next couple days; He had changed his mind. No, she would not be returning our $100 deposit, because of God's guidance. I had never thought of God as fickle, yet fickle He is — straight from the mouth of a Christian every bit as good as Michele Bachmann.
Perhaps God will call her back.