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Saturday, September 6, 2008

Democrat, Republican or Christian?

Mark 7:7

... When asked I most commonly answer that I am an independent voter that of late has been voting Republican because they plain truth is shocking to most people. The truth is that I an a Christian and subscribe to the venues of neither party. When Moses was called by God to lead the people out of Egypt he was a sheep herder, empowered by God to work the will of God. When Joshua was commissioned as the Supreme Commander of the Israeli Army he was the student of Moses. Gideon was a farmer threshing his wheat, under cover when he was called to greatness and I could go on and on but the point is that God's servants are exactly that, His servants.
... The servant of God is neither Democrat nor Republican and neither party has a lock on the will of God. If any person loves God he or she seeks to be obedient to Him and cannot vote for anyone that flies policies in the face of what God has said. By the same token it is very unlikely that any candidate will align perfectly with the Christian's ideas of what God has said.
... At the same time we must never forget our first love and stray from the path. If a person is called by God they are called to obey Him before any other! This year we Christians are faced with a decision that has become the Gold Standard for us, once more, we must decide to vote for or against abortion, there is no other choice. The Obama/Biden ticket have made it clear that they will promote the Abortion Agenda and the McCain/Palin ticket have made it very clear that they are horizontally, vertically and diagonally opposed to abortion. At this time our nation is just one vote away from ceasing to slaughter thousands of babies each day and the balence of the Supreme Court is at issue in this election.
... The question that must be answered is, "Who's servant are you?"