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As Christians, God's values should permeate all aspects of our lives, including politics.  We must choose the 'straight and narrow path' (Matthew 7:13,14), (see Christian walk).   It is our duty (and quote of John Quincy Adams).  Our founding fathers knew this.   

Our "Christian" nation has lost our moral compass.  God's values and His issues have been traded for expediency and economy.  Christians should stand firm for God and not compromise on God's values.  We will give an account to God for our choices. 

Currently the Republican leadership has divorced themselves from the most important moral issues, choosing to emulate Bill Clinton's 'success' in politics.  They have managed to force a morally indifferent (in policy), (but bold enough to claim Christ) Presidential candidate - G.W. Bush down the throats of those voters who feel God's values come first.  Last time they chose a morally indifferent (in policy) Bob Dole (who, even worse, seemed embarrassed to mention Christ). 

Unfortunately, the G.W. Bush and Bob Dole policies are remarkably similar, putting God's values behind other issues.  Christians should vote for God's values and against 'business as usual'.  We should not support these and similar individuals.  
We should learn our lesson from the 1996 election

Put God's issues First!  First, let's work on our own personal relationship with our Almighty God (Christian walk).  Some candidates have put the moral (God's) issues first.  Who?  See facts that arise for current answers.  Support them.  Not the Republican party.   The party has plenty of support from the financial powerbrokers (who put God's values after money).  Only support the worthy individuals.


Our country has been deceived by the lie -  
   
    It's the economy, stupid.

 The truth is -              
    Christian?  God's values First.  Vote that way.

 

Is it ‘the economy for a Christian? The apostle Paul said:

1Timothy 6:10  For the love of money is the root of all kinds of evil.  Some people have wandered from the faith and pierced themselves with many griefs.  (NIV)

According to a 1994 Gallup poll, 84% of Americans classify themselves as "Christian".  Despite this we find ourselves electing someone who lacks moral character and lacks wisdom.  Bill Clinton is not the problem. 

Proverbs 11:4  Wealth is worthless in the day of wrath, but righteousness delivers from death.  (NIV)

Bill Clinton is evidence we have a moral problem.  He is a problem.  He is not the problem, he is a symptom of our problem. We allow an immoral leader to lead us into moral decisions (such as Kosovo) and we see how many lives are destroyed. Pray for those people. Pray for us. Pray for our government.

As Christians, we are called to put nothing ahead of God and His values. We have failed. If this nation will stand, we must repent, fear God and beg His forgiveness. Our faith supercedes our government. Our government officials will answer to Almighty God. It is a mistake for a Christian to leave their belief at the door when it comes to any issue, certainly politics is no different. This is borne true in early scriptures as well !

We should separate church and state when the state interferes with the church. Not the other way around. As Christians, we should be the ‘salt and the light’ and use our right to vote according to what best pleases God. We must.

Matthew 10: 32 "Whoever acknowledges me before men, I will also acknowledge him before my Father in heaven. 33 But whoever disowns me before men, I will disown him before my Father in heaven. (NIV)

Our nation was founded on Christian beliefs. Government buildings all over Washington claim God’s role. Our currency and our founding fathers did too.  A major role of government is to control the evil in society, a moral issue. It is wrong to try to separate our beliefs from trying to influence our government.

Let us not be fooled.   Anyone who takes such a stand for morals is not perfect or righteous except through Christ's redemption.  When we fail to take such a stand for God, despite our own shortcomings, we become even more imperfect by failing Him again.

We have sold out too cheaply. John the Baptist was beheaded for pointing out a moral problem with the head of the government.  He didn't compromise at the cost of his life.  Martyrs die for their faith, what have we done? Our founding fathers would rather die than to worship in a way the King dictated. They risked their lives and their property. What have we done? We support a hedonistic lifestyle. We do not read the Bible for ourselves. We either don’t vote or vote for our pockets, not our soul. May God have mercy on us. As Ambassador Alan Keyes says: "wake up America".

Check out "Christian walk" -  it is most important.

We all should fear God!  Do not fear results of an election.

Philippians 2:12 Therefore, my dear friends, as you have always obeyed--not only in my presence, but now much more in my absence--continue to work out your salvation with fear and trembling, 13 for it is God who works in you to will and to act according to his good purpose.

Luke 12:5 But I will show you whom you should fear : Fear him who, after the killing of the body, has power to throw you into hell. Yes, I tell you, fear him .

Isaiah 33:6 He will be the sure foundation for your times, a rich store of salvation and wisdom and knowledge; the fear of the LORD is the key to this treasure. (NIV)

 

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Great source of candidate's view on issues

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Find out candidate's financial supporters, etc.

 

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Howard Phillip's website, too

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http://www.informedvote.org

The above site has a voters guide and references for their claims.  Unfortunately the Christian Coalition's voter's guide leaves off Howard Phillips, the current strongest "Christian" voice out there.  Is it right for your church to exclude Phillips when it comes to our Lord's values?  No church should allow CC's guide in their pews, unless there is an attempt to balance information in regard to Phillips.   Without this, it is simply propaganda.  Look at the above guide and check out their conclusions for yourself.  Guides simplify things, perhaps too much.     

 

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