Monday, November 03, 2008
Tomorrow's Election and The Holocaust of the Unborn
I would like to make one last plea for believers in Christ to vote tomorrow to block the Presidency of Barack Obama.
I have heard too many Christians invoke the Sovereignty of God in a way that I think is unbiblical. Sort of an attitude of "God will decide the election, so it doesn't really matter how I vote, or even if I vote".
Here are my comments from another blog:
Using the Sovereignty of God to dismiss an election as some divine "six of one, half-a-dozen of another" is not only foolish in the extreme, it's unbiblical in itself.
Thank God men like Moses, David and Paul (not to mention the Son of Man) did their duty and left the results to God.
They didn't say, "Oh well, God's in control". They did what they thought was right, and THEN rested in the Sovereignty of God.
Obama's election, apart from anything else, would surely continue the Holocaust of the Unborn for three reasons:
1. He would reinforce the Party of Death (that's the Democrats, in case you haven't compared the Party platfoms), which will have a majority in the House and Senate;
2. He will actively support abortion rights himself, which he has made clear, even to the horrors of partial-birth murder, and out-of-the womb infanticide;
3. He will likely nominate 2 or 3 Supreme Court Justices who will be pro-Holocaust of the Unborn, Liberal radical judicial activists who will undermine the Constitution because they think it is "a living breathing document".
Obama's "Court" would likely last at least the next 30 to 40 years! Another generation!
Now, if it was Obama vs. Satan, I'd vote for Obama. But how in God's name (literally) could anyone who loves Christ vote for Obama, or fail to vote for his opponent?
Our vote is our voice.
"Where was YOUR voice during the Holocaust of the Unborn?"
Exalting in the Sovereignty of God, but fighting for, and voting for Obama's opponent,
Please use the freedom we have to vote, and vote to block Obama, by voting for John McCain. McCain is not the Messiah any more than Obama is. But he is Pro-Life, and so is his running mate, Sarah Palin.
"Lord, with love in our hearts for Barack Obama, we pray you spare us from his becoming President. Even in these final hours, may you lead your people to see the importance of this contest, and have the courage to tell others, even in this late hour."