Come what may on the political front, as Christians, we’re to continue our mission.
Every time the election cycle ramps back up, I hear Admiral Akbar's frantic warning—“It is a trap!”
Tomorrow, millions of Americans will go to the ballot box to vote in what is often called the mid-term elections. For us Christians, may we take time to read, pray, and meditate on these 10 biblical reminders.
I have heard the election news that matters most and it tells me Jesus will be Lord tomorrow, same as yesterday and ever after.
What really matters is a multitude of simple Christians faithful to Jesus, to the gospel, to church.
But my future does *not* depend on this election. This election will be utterly forgotten. I will live forever.
In this election year, we must remember that there is no political alternative to the Gospel of Jesus Christ. There is no Savior besides Him!
Hope not in the election. Fueling our election year sanity: "The king’s heart is a stream of water in the hand of the LORD; he turns it wherever he will” (Prov. 21:1)
If we're more obsessed with the insanity of this election year than preoccupied with the occupied throne of heaven, let's get that fixed (Psalm 20:7).
Only his kingdom is unshakable (Heb. 12:28-29).
Our hope is better than that!
Just providence as usual (Daniel 4:34-37).
Great election year verse: "If you bite and devour each other, watch out or you will be destroyed by each other" (Gal. 5:15).