‘Our Nation Has Lost Its Way’
“I will not—cannot—vote for a candidate, regardless of their political affiliation, who supports same-sex marriage and advocates abortion. God will judge our nation if we continue down this path.”
Franklin Graham, President, BGEA
Please read Franklin Grahams’ entire letter about the state of our nation at the following link:
Facebook is riddled with after debate comments, slams and compliments.
News outlets, political organizations and the likes of Michael Moore having what was labeled as a “meltdown” after the debate has over shadowed any other news.
Reading political rants about the differences in the two candidates and their verbal repertoire has intrigued me.
These three issues are enough for any Christian to see the President’s will is not God’s will. One can claim Christianity, but living it or acting upon it automatically reveals the true nature of the heart.
As Christians, finding one or two areas that one candidate may oppose that you may believe in, does not alter the point. The point being abortion, gay marriage and 100% support of Israel trump any other belief.
The idea we are or should depend on any government for our basic necessities is frivolous jargon.
If we as Christians will vote as God sees fit for us to do so, he will take care of the economy, our debt and any issues that need his attention.
He has great connections with Heaven’s bank.
God has a hidden treasure chest just for debt.
He is the author of a stable, growing economy.
He ranks highest among healers and physicians.
God is the provider of all things welfare.
God’s army includes a strong, military base on earth.
He is the Department Head of Environmentalists.
His expertise in running any country cannot be matched.
He is “King of Kings” and “President of all things Presidential.”
BUT, we must first agree to live life Biblically. What is the verse?
Matthew 6:33 says, “But seek first his kingdom and his righteousness, and all these things will be given to you as well.”
When we place God first in our lives, he will supply abundance; not some, not a little, not a portion, or just partly, ABUNDANCE of everything we need.
The cliché phrase, “God does this for our own good” is that “God does this for our own good.” As we become more like him, our desires fly out the window and in flies God.
It was as clear as day how uncomfortable the President was on a stage with Mitt Romney. He appeared intimidated by his wisdom, and his facial expressions disdained and beaten down.
He was reserved, quiet and emerged as one who would rather be doing something else on a Wednesday night. He manifested himself opposite of his usual boisterous, arrogant, and cavalier personality.
Mitt Romney was factual, statistical and prepared. He was ready, excited and persuasive. No mask was involved or needed. His performance far exceeded the usual eloquent speaker beside him.
For the record, I have prayed for months for this election and our President. It was my hope he would grab hold of the opportunity of a lifetime that God gave him.
The President is not a man after God’s own heart. His heart is after a man he met once who left a legend of anti-colonialism in his wake. Spearheaded by this inoculation of piracy of colonized nations, a basis for a world order, the President’s ideals are opposite of our founding Fathers.
Evidence of his radical upbringing along with his anti-Israel avoidance has shouted loudly from the Oval Office for the last 4 years. His endearment to countries of violence and hate; his questionable involvements and lack of peace making derivatives claims no unity for America.
If anything, he has divided this country.
One dissemination remains.
There may be variations of policy or platform from each candidate,
but the groundwork is completely opposite. Both can’t be the truth.
John 8:32 “Then you will know the truth, and the truth will set you free.”