"We pray first that we are guided to make the right choices at the polls. Too often we blindly vote for the career politician because we recognize their name. Are we biased just because we've heard about them for years, sometimes most of our lives? But what do we really know about them? Are they serving the people who sent them there? Many of these folks are good at getting elected, but they are not very good at serving their constituents. Perhaps you feel like God has been nudging you to get more involved politically or to even consider running for office.
Are you concerned about what you see happening around you but don't know what to do? Thinking differently about how you approach the arena of government may be what God is encouraging you to do." - Terri Hasdorff
No, He isn't. Certainly, pray to be led regarding the vote but do not assume any choice is righteous. Do not assume that not voting is somehow unchristian. It is not. We are but pilgrims and sojourners through this world. Our citizenship is in heaven and God does not allow dual citizenship - just read the first commandment! Hasdorff's last salvo here is entirely carnal. From a political viewpoint his arguments have merit but not from an eternal perspective. Beloved, when Jesus Christ walked the earth His people were suffering REAL political persecution under the rule of the Roman Empire. It was so bad that all of His disciples hoped He was there to deliver them from this oppression, but He was here for a different matter of oppression. The oppression of Satan and sin. The bible does not promise the revival that Terri Hasdorff so desperately seeks. It does however promise the great apostasy that Hasdorff is a major part of.
Reverend Anthony Wade - September 30, 2022