I am on the road this week and unable to post a new Decker Report until next Monday, when I will share the ins and outs of Christians and the voting process.
We do not have a great record in that regard. I read this on the Providence Forum website
Only about 50 percent of Christians in America are registered to vote.
Of those, only 50 percent show up at the polls, meaning 75 percent of all Christians are not taking advantage of one of their greatest privileges.
If every Christian would register to vote and then do so, candidates who share their beliefs and values would win the presidency in a landslide.
When a vote is cast to reflect God’s moral principles, you’re not merely taking advantage of your rights, but you’re performing a duty essential in preserving, or in some cases, repairing, the moral fabric of our nation.
Your vote and the votes of your community are needed to preserve our liberty for future generations.
That is a pretty sad state of Christian affairs. Having been all but beat to death through email attacks from fellow Christians because I will not endorse Mitt Romney, I can only wonder what these e-mailers do the rest of their time. It certainly doesn’t seem that they are out there encouraging the general body of Christ to get out and vote.
If all we Christians actually exercised our right to vote, we would not be choosing between a Mormon who believes he will become a god some day.. and a Man who is either a Muslim extremist at worst or a Black Liberation, anti-whitey. anti_American ‘Christian’.
To those who are among the millions of Christians who have not registered and do not vote,do not dare to complain about who sits in the oval office in January.
So sad when you realize that if we Christians took an active role in the political process, we would not be in this kind of political condition.
What you don’t sow don’t complain about what you reap.
Let me hear from you before next Monday’s important message so I can address your concerns.