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Eternal security. Predestination. Speaking in tongues. Donald Trump.
So goes the list of things that cut a hostile, fiery divide between Christians. With the 2016 Presidential Election fast approaching, American evangelicals are facing a moral dilemma unlike anything we’ve seen in a long time: what on earth do we do with Donald Trump?
When I wake up in the morning I turn on the coffee pot, make sure my middle daughter is out of bed and getting ready for school, pour a cup of coffee, then sit in the living room for 10-15 minutes spending time with God in prayer.
Chose wisely my friends.
For if you go to the grave with ‘Not enough evidence, God! Not enough evidence!'” in your mouth, God will remind you that you had a choice and that you chose poorly.
If I support Trump, I lose my ability to effectively speak biblical truth to a lost and dying world.
As a Christian, I believe that character matters. I believe there is a clear, Scriptural connection between a person’s ability to lead well and their personal character. Does this mean I’ll only support a Christian president?
I have been trying to avoid politics as much as I can lately but I read an article a trusted friend recommendsed this morning and found it, to say the least, confusing. In the article, a former nine-term Republican congressman was quoted as saying.