During this pivotal year of electing the next President of the United States, we need to be wise with our words and actions. There is much passion rising in America during this season.
These are serious times. It is in the air. We sense it, feel it, and know it in our heart. Much is at stake. This is unquestionable and undeniable.
Yet, it may do well for each of us to remember these things during the election season:
1. Keep everything in perspective.
God is sovereign over all human affairs. Regardless of who wins the nomination of your preferred party or who wins the election, God is ultimately in charge. Keep everything in perspective.
I am not advocating passivism. I am calling for each of us to keep perspective. Our hope and trust is ultimately in the Lord.
2. Be involved in the process.
I am deeply convicted that each Christ-follower needs to be involved in the processes of electing our next president. We need to know about the candidates, understand what they believe, measure it by the Word of God, and vote as we believe God is leading us. Yes, we need to vote not only in the…Continue Reading