Tuesday, November 6, 2012

Election Day

Today is Election Day, as you probably know.  And while I think it is important to vote, I am not the biggest fan of politics.  In fact, I paid no attention to the ads, campaigns, speeches, etc. until last night when I sat down with my ballot to make my decision.  I found a neutral article from Yahoo that laid out the issues and what each candidate thought and read it.  I pray that the person that God thinks would be best for our country is the one that is voted in.

Meanwhile, one of my friends posted a great prayer on Facebook that I wanted to share with you.  Her name is Christina and I believe she got this from someone else but regardless, I thought it was really well said.

"Most people would say pray for our government to change. My prayer is not for the government to change. It's for people to know Jesus Christ. And for the church to be the church" -friend from East Asia -- That's my prayer for America too. For people to know Jesus and for the church to be the church. The solution and true hope ultimately is not what is on the ballot. Whether the person I'm voting for wins or loses, I know God is still sovereign. Voting is not enough. Get personal and love. Let's unite humbly for America and not ask God to bless America but America to bless God.

One last thought...if you live in Howard County, check out the fourth name from the top....I think he would be our best choice for president!  He would always know who was naughty and who was nice!

 This is one of the write in options for president!!!  Santa would totally turn this country around!

1 comment:

  1. I like that Santa Claus is listed as "independent". :)