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Friday, November 23, 2012

Guess which President?

Guess which President said these words?

"Secularists are wrong when they ask believers to leave their religion at the door before entering into the public square. Frederick Douglass, Abraham Lincoln, William Jennings Bryan, Dorothy Day, Martin Luther King—indeed, the majority of great reformers in American history—were not only motivated by faith, but repeatedly used religious language to argue for their cause. So to say that men and women should not inject their "personal morality" into public policy debates is a practical absurdity. Our law is by definition a codification of morality, much of it grounded in Judeo-Christian tradition."

Hmmmmmmmmmmmmm.... give up? I'll share the answer with you at the conclusion of this blog.

My heart is so burdened for our country today, and everywhere I turn, I see Christians sitting on the sidelines, afraid to speak up for the issues of "Biblical Marriage" or the "Rights of the Unborn." Count myself on the top of the list for being criticized for speaking up for the "least of these." I have talked to politician after politician and Christian after Christian who seem to be somewhat confused on "when life begins" and "what God defines as marriage." In trying to defend the immoral stance of abortion or same sex marriage, they will accuse me of hate, or that we shouldn't be mixing politics with religion.

While those that attempt to silence me as they've silenced the voice of the unborn may think that their logic will sway me from defending life (Psalm 139:13-16) and marriage (Genesis 2:24 and Ephesians 5:22-33), I will continue to use what voice I have and what strength remains to continue on.

Even in this past political season of selecting our President, there were many issues to debate. But the greatest issue, in my opinion, was the issue of protecting life. While bigger or less government was a worthy issue of discussion; while raising or lowering taxes was a sensitive topic; and while arguing over foreign policies seemed pertinent, the MAIN issue will always be LIFE for me. I mean, how could I ever trust a politician to make a decision that would be in my best interest if that politician will not fight to protect the freedom of a child that was "created in the image of God"?

The Bible says that righteousness exalts a nation, but sin is a disgrace to any people. It is my prayer that Christians will continue to boldly stand to protect and defend the life of the unborn. We must be their voice before their voice is silenced. It is only logical that after snuffing out the voice of the unborn that the world would then move to silence the voice of Christians in general.  We must defend Biblical marriage and stand for Biblical truth.

As for the President, I quoted at the top of this blog post? It is one Barack Obama (Forty-Fourth President of the United States) [Barack Obama, "Call to Renewal Keynote Address," Call to Renewal Conference on Building a Covenant for a New America, June 28, 2006, http://www.nytimes.com/2006/06/28/us/politics/2006obamaspeech.html?pagewanted=4&_r=1] 

Hope you'll do a fact check on that!

There has never been a more needed time for Christians to speak up about their faith and the principles found in the word of God. Do not be shy, timid or afraid to let your voice be heard. Read Deut. 8:11-20 to see how God exalts or destroys a nation. I love you, and I love your opinion, and I love to stand for the UNBORN, as should you.

1 comment:

Hiatt said...

The saddest part of the election results to me is the glaring fact that now over half of the citizens of our country are just fine with murdering babies in the womb, and sexual immorality of the grossest type. Obama and the Democratic Party made no bones about the fact that they officially support unfettered abortion and same sex marriage, both in the official plank of the Democratic Party. The Republicans are certainly not without fault, but at least their official platform stood against abortion and same sex marriage. What is really stunning is the amount of so called Christians that supported Obama. I can't for the life of me see how they can reconcile that in their own minds.