This seems to line up with the idea that we are under judgement in the USA. Division. Obama. Rick Joyner of Morningstar has written this on the issue.
An Ultimate Judgment
Consider this. In Scripture, one of the ways that a nation was judged by the Lord was to give them immature leadership. Obama is the most inexperienced Presidential candidate in history. He has proven so indecisive that while a state senator he voted “Present” over 140 times instead of taking a position on a bill. He has never authored even one piece of significant legislation, and yet, as has been pointed out, he had time to author two autobiographies. He has never been the chief executive of anything. The White House is not the place for on-the-job training in leadership. It is truly remarkable that Obama was nominated, and I am personally very encouraged that our nation would vote for an African American man to be our President. However, if we vote such inexperience into office during such a crisis, we are under judgment as a nation.
Does that mean that I would give up on America? Never. As I have also shared in previous Bulletins, even the judgment of God is an indication that He has not given up on us, but He disciplines His own. Several kinds of judgment are in Scripture, and only one of them is condemnation. All of the others are discipline from the Lord, and He disciplines those whom He loves.
Neither would I give up on Obama, but as I said, I will be earnestly praying for him and do all I can to support and honor our President. I will be earnestly praying for the Lord to give him wisdom. However, I will be preparing for what I believe will have signaled a much worse economic crisis than we are now in. I also will see this as a clear turn down the path toward great times of trouble, and therefore will be devoted to preparing for them.
Even though as a nation we may be in real jeopardy, these are the times of the harvest, and we know that the kingdom will come and the Lord’s will is going to ultimately be done right here on earth as it is in heaven. That is what I will be devoted to preparing for. This could be an even greater opportunity to see the glory of the Lord appear on His people—so let us seek to turn people to the Lord with even greater zeal.If we are able to recover from the present situation, our economy is still going to change. There have been anointed, prophetic warnings coming to the church for decades encouraging God’s people to get out of debt and live within our means. Those who have obeyed these warnings will be in a position to prosper, regardless of what happens in the world. We have a kingdom, and a kingdom economy, which cannot be shaken. Let us resolve, regardless of who is elected President, or who controls the Congress, to only build on the foundation of the kingdom of God. Even if we do recover from the present troubles, ultimately we know that everything that can be shaken will be shaken, and the time will come that everything that has not been built on the Rock will be destroyed by the storms. At the same time, the mountain of the house of the Lord will be ascending. That is a clear, biblical promise.