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Christians; Why Didn’t They Vote?

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About Jim W. Lytch

I am a Christian who lives for Christian standards and morals. I am a Republican Conservative, Tea Party member, Pro-American and Pro-life. I am anti-Obama, anti-far left liberal/communist, anti-gay, anti-same sex marriage and anti-to anything that goes against our American Constitution, Bill of Rights and Declaration of Independence. I believe a man should treat his fellowman as he would himself. This does not mean to give in to others beliefs rather to stand on God’s Word as taught in the Bible as loving God with all your heart, mind, soul and strength and love your neighbor as well. All those who profess to be patriotic Americans should stand together on the American principals handed down by our forefathers.

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  1. I wonder how much of the problem is the notion some Christians have that politics is a corrupting influence, and that Christians shouldn’t be involved in it? The late Dr. Adrian Rogers said of this idea, “Whom does that leave to run things? Use your head!” The Founding Fathers certainly didn’t agree with it.

    By the way, this article is hard to read. Far too many silly mistakes. If you’re using Windows’ speech recognition to dictate an article, please proofread before publishing it!

  2. Jim, this is excellent!!!! And just what I needed! I often feel that those who refuse to vote because ‘their’ personal choice isn’t on the ballot are as much f an idealist as is our self crowned king of the hill.

    I would only add that when we pray, we must also listen…sometimes the answer is just whispered….

    O truly appreciate the thought & effort you’ve given this to share with us.