The elections are upon us — so many opinions about whom to vote for, or even, Should we vote? Both candidates are flawed. One says things that there are no defenses for. One lies about everything. It is a good thing we are not voting for a pastor.
I believe the candidates are indicative of a godless society — a society which has no absolute, a society where the church has retreated to the inner sanctuary of the walls of the church, a society which believes these things don’t matter.
The history of the church has been to take a position that this is not our issue. Because of that, we have abortion on demand, and God removed from the public school system. When God (the Church) is not involved, society gets worse and worse. This election cycle, freedom of speech and freedom of religion are at stake.
The Supreme Court now legislates instead of determining whether laws are constitutional or not. One side is all about social justice, while the other side is about righteousness. For me, the abortion issue is the final determining factor for how to vote. I do believe we should all vote. I believe abortion brings both sides together. It’s social justice for the unborn — for babies to have a right to live. There is no justice when they are murdered. It’s righteousness because we would all agree murder is wrong — it’s immoral.
As Christians, we will have to decide these issues for ourselves. Hopefully, we will take a biblical perspective and side with life. Which candidate is for abortion, even in the third trimester, and which candidate opposes it? There is a clear choice.
I pray America chooses wisely. Our future depends on it. Please pray and seek God. Seek ye first the kingdom of God and His righteousness!
Just a thought,
Published on Monday, October 24, 2016 @ 10:43 PM CDT
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