Concerned Christians Part 4
Posted: May 7, 2008 in Politics
Tags: Barack Obama, Concerned Christians, election
Just because I’ve shared the rest…here is what I am assuming is the LAST letter I received from “concerned Christians.” I’ll offer it to you without commentary (which is very difficult for me )
It is critical for the protection of Israel, the defense of Christianity, and the prosperity of the American people that right-thinking persons be elected into high office. How will the responsibilities of the Oval Office be carried out if its occupant does not believe in the one true God, and reverence the principles that have made our country great? What character of person would sit for two decades without protest, at the feet of a preacher of a radicalism that is the antithesis of the teachings of Moses, and is anathema to the spirit of Christianity? How will our country fare if its new president does not have the good of all the people at heart, is not resolute in defending America against her enemies, and does not possess the wisdom, and the stamina, to grace the world’s most powerful office? This coming Tuesday, voters in Indiana and North Carolina will make a choice that will strongly influence whom the next occupant of the Oval Office will be. As persons of faith, we are urged to pray for “all that are in authority, that we may lead a quiet and peaceable life in all godliness and honesty” (1 Timothy 2:2). As fellow-overseers of the souls of those in our congregations, we have the responsibility to guide them in the principles involved in making the right choices. Let us, therefore, partake in urgent prayer, and powerful preaching this weekend, in view of a righteous result on May 6th.
From Concerned Christians