Would-be Christians did not vote like Christians

2012-11-25T00:00:00Z Would-be Christians did not vote like Christians nwitimes.com
November 25, 2012 12:00 am

I believe one reason the election went the way it did is that people who profess to be Christians did not vote like Christians. They voted for people totally against what the Bible stands for.

Like killing babies in the womb and accepting homosexual marriage. No, I am not homophobic. I do not fear them; I fear for them. Phobic is a fear of.

When the voters stand before God to answer why, may God forgive them as we all have hope for.

I also lay some blame on pastors and priests for not speaking out. Which would they rather face -- the wrath of the government or the wrath of God?

When we stop putting money before God, then we can see some changes come. God did not leave us; we left God. Time to return.

- Charlie Van Cleef, Chesterton

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