When I see how many Evangelicals are supporting Donald Trump, I am made physically and spiritually sick.
Isn’t this what got us into this horrible mess in 2008? Many Evangelicals voted for “Hope and Change” for a man whose past reeked of corruption, radical Muslim associations and close friends, a tight affiliation with Planned Parenthood – all the signs were there.
I had one women say to me back in 2008 “I am voting my purse; God will take care of the rest of the issues like abortion.” I was speechless at first, but then I told the woman that she was making a mistake that would haunt her for the rest of her life.
I’m going out on a limb here and I’m saying that Donald Trump does NOT know our God. Nor does he want to know Him. I pray for Donald that God will draw him to Himself. Nothing is too difficult for Him. But we are to examine the fruit of a person’s life, and the fruit on Donald’s tree appears quite rotten.
Before I am attacked with the “Judge Not” crowd (and they are coming out of the woodwork) I agree that not one of us is without sin. I have sin – you have sin. But blood bought born again believers have the Holy Spirit within them to convict them of the sin so they will repent. We are also quick to go before our God and ask for forgiveness.
Donald Trump was quoted as saying this about forgiveness:
How should we judge?
“Christians are often accused of “judging” or intolerance when they speak out against sin. But opposing sin is not wrong. Holding aloft the standard of righteousness naturally defines unrighteousness and draws the slings and arrows of those who choose sin over godliness. John the Baptist incurred the ire of Herodias when he spoke out against her adultery with Herod (Mark 6:18–19). She eventually silenced John, but she could not silence the truth (Isaiah 40:8).” – source
Our founding fathers went to God before making decisions about our Nation. It is so evident when we look at our Constitution and Bill of Rights – God is mentioned throughout the documents. We need this today!
Brethren, before you vote in the primaries, go before God and ask Him to show you for whom He would have you cast your vote. As Christians, our faith and love for God should color every other aspect of our lives.
I am voting for Ted Cruz. He is the candidate who is closest to our God – he loves God with all of his heart. He will pray for America before making any decisions.
I believe that he is God’s choice for America for such a time as this.