Your Responsibility To Vote

“The Spirit of the LORD spake by me, and His Word was in my tongue.  The God of Israel spake to me, He that ruleth over men must be just, ruling in the fear of God.”                                   ~   2 Samuel 23:2-3                        

Tuesday, November 8th is election day here in the USA.  This election is very crucial for the future of our nation.  Supreme Court Justices will be picked by the next President that will affect our nation for generations to come.  Do your duty and go vote November 8th!

The Word of God gives us two important qualifications for those who rule over us.  First, they must be just.  Second, they must rule in the fear of God.  While no candidate is perfect, we should pick the one that matches these two qualifications the closest.

You need to ask yourself which candidate believes that God and His Word should have a place in our public and private lives.  That we should govern our country based on the morality of the Bible.  That we should be free to acknowledge God in our schools, our courtrooms, our government, and our military.  Which candidate believes in protecting the unborn.  Believes in traditional marriage.  Believes that churches and businesses should be able to practice their faith freely.  That the separation of church and state doesn’t mean we can’t practice Christianity in government or the public square.

These are just a few examples of how to judge a candidate and see if they meet these two qualifications.  On November 8th don’t set at home!  Choose the candidate that matches God’s Word the closest and do your duty and vote!