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From WallBuilders.com:

Election Day is today, and people of faith must make their voices heard. Millions of Americans have been praying for righteousness this election, but more than prayer is needed. As John Hancock wisely admonished:

I conjure [urge] you, by all that is dear, by all that is honorable, by all that is sacred, not only that ye pray but that ye act.

We must act — we must vote. For a Christian, voting is not a right, it is a duty. The Rev. Charles Finney, a leading revivalist in the national revival known as the Second Great Awakening, reminded Christians in his day:

[T]he time has come that Christian must vote for honest men and take consistent ground in politics or the Lord will curse them.

Our vote affects what happens right now and in the future as well. Our vote is therefore crucially important. As Samuel Adams reminded voters:

Let each citizen remember at the moment he is offering his vote that he is . . . executing one of the most solemn trusts in human society for which he is accountable to God and his country.

Vote today! — and cast an informed vote! At ChristianVoterGuide.com you will find information about candidates in your state, and a link to your Secretary of State’s office where you can find information on your polling locations.

Make sure you vote today — and take as many as you can to the polls with you! God has placed the future of the country in our hands. Let’s exercise our stewardship wisely.

WallBuilders is an organization dedicated to presenting America’s forgotten history and heroes, with an emphasis on the moral, religious, and constitutional foundation on which America was built – a foundation which, in recent years, has been seriously attacked and undermined.



 

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