Don't panic! God is in control. As God's children and Christ-followers, we are not to worry about the outcome of the election of the seat of the presidency between Joe Biden and Donald Trump.
Did you know that worrying is a sin? I didn't. But when I read the scripture years ago when I was just a baby Christian (Mt. 6: 25-30) and meditated on it for a while, I knew somehow, I had to do my part and try not to worry, even though looking at my life was cause enough for anyone to worry! It took me several years of one on one practicing with the help of the Holy Spirit through real-life circumstances to realize that worrying never changed any outcome. It only made my circumstances seem worse and caused me harm. I learned to stop the flow of doubt, and I knew that only at the Cross could I ever overcome.
True character transformation (of anyone) and correct thinking can occur, which dispels doubt and worry, but it will take effort on your part. But I have learned that if I do my part, God always does His part. For example, when I learned what occurred in the election yesterday (Saturday), I turned off the television, prayed, and fasted and am standing on my faith. God has seen all of this election since He is omnipresent and will intervene with the truth.
This process will take some time, but as long as I have done my part, knowing millions are doing their part, I can accept the outcome of the election no matter what it is. That, my brothers and sisters, is the way through any storm. Is this walk of faith easy? No. Don't let anyone tell you any different. Do you want to scream and cry at times? Yes. Does it change anything? No. But it might release your pressure valve! So, today as we all go throughout this day, do not panic, but pray. God is in control. We have the God-given rights to defeat any enemy, whether for an election or in our own personal lives. Don't let doubt or fear or worry consume you. Do your part by faith and stand strong in the midst of this battle.
Not one time has God let me down, not once. I might not have always liked the outcome (at first), but I learned as I continued to walk with Christ (having no other choice but to get up and keep going) that it was always His will that mattered, and it was always for my good.
Take heart today, knowing that God loves you. Don't panic and don't worry! Allow Him to comfort your heart at the Cross.