Christians Voters Share The Blame

Phil Jellerson By Phil Jellerson, 14th Feb 2013 | Follow this author | RSS Feed | Short URL http://nut.bz/1o30nd88/
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The character and morality of America continues on a down hill slide. Why is that? How do Christians share the blame? This article answers those questions.

Our Religious Nature Is Changing

Most Christians know of this spiritual truth: “When the righteous are in authority, the people rejoice: but when the wicked beareth rule, the people mourn.” Proverbs 29:2

America was founded by generally righteous people. This righteousness prevailed for a while before it began to be undermined by the not-so-righteous people who sprang up among them. This undermining of the righteous way by ungodly forces has immersed America in the darkness of unrighteousness where “…the wicked beareth rule…” Consequently our people are mourning.

It is my feeling that America entered irreversible darkness in the year 1973. That year America’s Supreme Court sanctioned the hideous act of wanton abortion giving rise to the abortion industry. Women now deem it their right to abort children in the womb. Of course we know abortion defies God‘s progeny design. Genesis 1:27-28

Since 1973 America continues to cover herself with godless darkness. The Bible and prayer have been largely banned from schools. Posting of the Ten Commandments in schools, court houses and public areas have been outlawed. Parents’ God-given rights are usurped by the government because they deem children as wards of the State. Example: School girls can get an abortion without their parents ever being consulted.

Add to abortion the detestable acts of homosexuality and lesbianism which our government blindly sanctions. Add to those the gross act of “gay” marriage which is redefining marriage and reconstructing the family unit which God designed. Whereas a family was once considered to be a man, wife and children now it is a hodgepodge of sexuality.

My point? America is engulfed by spiritual darkness because “the wicked rule.” How did America’s most liberal and anti-God government come into power? They were elected or voted into power by the people - INCLUDING CHRISTIANS. How many Christians (?) do you suppose voted for Barack Obama, Joe Biden, Harry Reid and Nancy Pelosi who lead America’s march into darkness?

Can it not be rightly concluded that Christians who voted for our liberal leaders must bear a share of the blame for America’s spiritual darkness? Isn’t it very possible that some of our wicked rulers were put there by the Christian vote? I think so. Why do Christians vote for such characters? I see that as being neither a good American or a faithful Christian.

My Plea? I would ask you to carefully view our Valued Voters website. If you agree with our position I would ask you to join us. I believe God could use Valued Voters to exert a righteous impact on our secularly skewed political system.

Thank you for reading and may GOD BLESS YOU.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
14th Feb 2013 (#)

Posting the ten commandments in schools, courthouses and other public places is against the law for a very good reason. This nation respects all forms of worship, not just the Christian one.

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author avatar Phil Jellerson
14th Feb 2013 (#)

You are correct, Mr. Kinsman, An earlier America was proud to claim Christianity and its God as our faith. Now America is a hodgepodge of religions BUT does God accept all religions - all faiths? Jesus Christ didn't think so as He clearly stated in John 14:6.
The Apostle Paul claimed there was just ONE Lord and ONE faith. Ephesians 4:5
You are right, Mr Kinsman, America is an amalgamation of man derived religions which will not stand before God on judgment day.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
16th Feb 2013 (#)

What you say, I would respectfully assert, is a matter of opinion. To me, the Bible is not the word of God, because obviously it was written by men - fallible men. To me God is spirit, the creative energy that permeates everything, not some male father figure sitting on a throne in the clouds dispensing judgment. I don't know, but I suspect that many fundamentalists such as yourself would prefer America to be a theocratic state with Christianity as its official religion, but I think that would be a disaster of mega proportions. It would put us on a par with Saudi Arabia, or China (whose state religion is communism).

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author avatar Phil Jellerson
16th Feb 2013 (#)

Mr. Kinsman, I hope you take my words with the compassion I speak them. You are obviously an educated and intelligent man BUT because you are not a born again Christian we are not able to converse agreeably. Until you have knowledge of God and Jesus Christ you can speak on a humanistic level only. I will pray that God's Holy Spirit will lead you to Christ and Christianity. Only then will things be right with you. GOD BLESS

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
15th Mar 2013 (#)

I am as fond of Jesus Christ as you are, Mr. Jellison, and I think Jesus would never agree with you when you rail against "the detestable acts of homosexuality" and the "gross act of gay marriage." I have a very close relative who is gay, and his every act is Chistian in the truest sense of the word. Your homophobic writing borders on a hate crime. There will come a time, in some perhaps far off future lifetime, when you will be 'born again' into love and compassion for even your gay brothers and sisters.

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author avatar Steve Kinsman
16th Mar 2013 (#)

And, one more thing - your statement that "because you are not a born again Christian we are not able to converse agreeably. Until you have knowledge of God and Jesus Christ you can speak on a humanistic level only. I pray that God's holy spirit will lead you to Christ and Christianity. Only then will things be right with you."
Frankly, Mr. Jellison, that is one of the most sanctimonious, holier-than-thou, arrogant, and - yes - ignorant, statements I have ever read. As a Christian you should be following the dictum "Judge not lest ye be judged." I find that so-called "Christians" are the most judgmental people on earth.

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