Are we wise enough to know the real reason and purpose of the impeachment decision?

The Chicago Tribune columnist opinion article titled: Does This Impeachment heal a divided Nation, contained this following question:

“How exactly does that mess serve America?”

A blogger commented on a previous post of mine for questioning the reasons and purpose for the impeachment stated: “But of course none of this can be the fault of Conservatives, it’s all the fault of the “Left”, i.e., anyone not agreeing with you.”

The Purpose of This Post

Is to relate two ancient Bible wisdom verses to consider about the reason Biden won the election and any pursuit to explain the events of 2020 regardless of our personal or political views.

King Solomon

In their heart’s humans plan their course, but the LORD establishes their steps. (Proverb 16:9)

Many are the plans in a person’s heart, but it is the LORD’s purpose that prevails. (Proverbs 19:21)

“For in much wisdom is much grief: and he that increased knowledge increased sorrow.” (Ecclesiastes 1:18)

What’s My Point?

The blogger comment reveals that we have different views about the reasons and purpose for the Impeachment. While I do not entirely agree with writer of the Chicago Tribune article, I do agree with his question.

“How exactly does that mess serve America?”

My point is that regardless of the personal views of anyone, the impeachment happened in spite of everyone’s wise or foolish opinions.

And according to the proverbs, anyone who attempts to understand the reasons and purpose and believes he is wise enough to discern why is only going to subject him or her to personal grief.

In My Opinion

Whatever occurs in the future as a result of decision to impeach Trump in spite of anyone’s attempts to persuade legislators for or against, or the question of the writer to understand how the decision will serve America, is that the impeachment happened for a God’s purpose according to Bible wisdom.

What future events which will occur will be because of Gods purpose for allowing the impeachment to happen.

In other words, whether the events are positive or negative, my only suggestion is to consider the wisdom advice and consider explanation in this following verse.

In the day of prosperity be joyful, but in the day of adversity consider: God also hath set the one over against the other, to the end that man should find nothing after him. (Ecclesiastes 7:14)

Excerpt

When things go well in the commonwealth, in a man’s family, and with himself, health, peace, and plenty, are enjoyed, a man’s circumstances are thriving and flourishing; it becomes him to be thankful to God, freely and cheerfully to enjoy what is bestowed on him, and do good with it:

but in the day of adversity consider; or, “in the day of evil” (s); consider from whence affliction comes; not out of the dust, nor by chance, but from God, and by his wise appointment; and for what it comes, that sin is the cause of it, and what that is; and also for what ends it is sent, to bring to a sense of sin, and confession of it, and humiliation for it; to take it away, and make good men more partakers of holiness: or, “look for the day of adversity” (t); even in the day of prosperity it should be expected; for there is no firmness and stability in any state; there are continual vicissitudes and changes.

If Interested

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You Decide

Wise or foolish verses and explanations of the reasons and purposes why Trump was impeached?

Source Links

Chicago Tribune

Does Trump impeachment heal a divided and angry nation? – Chicago Tribune

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