Wednesday, November 7, 2007

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One Mom has a great post about Mike Huckabee placing 3rd in the latest Rasmussen poll.

The Huckabee campaign has set a very high goal for November's fundraising (a little ambitious, if you ask me!). They want to raise $2,067,521 online for the month of November. This is a crucial goal. If you haven't contributed yet, go ahead and DO IT!

Folks, this election is creeping up on us. We need to start hitting it hard. Get a bumper sticker, get a t-shirt and wear it often in public (get them here). Talk to your friends, family, neighbors, and talk to strangers. Contact local clubs, GOP groups. But, most of all, PRAY.

Psalm 127:1a - "Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it..."

Pray for Mike Huckabee. Pray for the fundraising. Pray for the campaigning. Pray for votes.

Pray at home. Pray while driving (eyes open, of course!). Pray when you wake, when you go to bed. If you can't sleep, pray. Bathe this campaign in prayer. "Except the LORD build the house, they labour in vain that build it."

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  1. WASHINGTON — Evangelical Christian leader Pat Robertson on Wednesday endorsed former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani, who has struggled to bridge some of his socially moderate policy positions on abortion and gay rights with conservatives.

    Why would a Christian leader endorse someone who

    a. is not a Christian,

    b. supports the murderous acts of abortion,

    c. supports advancing the agendas of homosexual activists to erode family values ???

    Has the Republican Party become so desperate to regain and maintain power by beating Hillary Clinton in 2008 that it's Christian Conservative base feels the need to compromise our values?

    It is God who raises one up and sets another down. It is He who appoints all authority.

    Some would say, "Mike, that means that it is out of our control anyway. It is not the role of the Church to get involved or become passionate about politics."

    That couldn't be any further from the truth. On the contrary, we are judged by the leaders and values we choose. The stewardship we display over the gifts God has given us.

    Most of the 56 men who signed the Declaration of Independence were clergymen. They dreamed of, designed, formed and fought for a nation where we could be "Endowed by our Creator" with the rights of liberty. They founded a nation by and for Christian Conservatives with the intent of including God in its every facet while excluding the exclusive influence of any particular denomination. This was achieved with God's help, but our forefathers put their faith into action and came into agreement with God, just as the Israelites did in the land of Canaan.

    In studying the conquest of Canaan and the formation of Israel as a nation, you will find great parallels with our country.

    You will find that while their faith and action in God brought them out of oppression and into liberty and abundance, their lack of such was their demise.

    Their failure to continue what got them there. The failure to pass down their values to the next generation. The failure to support righteous leadership. The failure to thwart the wicked influences of other cultures and nations. The failure to publicly display the standards of God in their culture.

    In the end, they lost it all. And God allowed it to happen.

    Our right and responsibility to select Godly leadership is expected by God as a public display of faith in Him and an act of appreciation and stewardship of the nation He has given us. It is vital that we practice it and teach it to the next generation. Our failure to do so has already brought about the scourge of abortion, homosexual activism, political scandals, the removal of prayer and Biblical instruction in public schools, etc.

    "Providence has given to our people the choice of our rulers, and it is the duty ... of our Christian nation to select and prefer Christians for their rulers."

    - John Jay, first Chief Justice of the U.S. Supreme Court, 1816

    I sent an email to CBN and expressed my disdain for Pat Robertson's decision. I will pray that he and other spiritual leaders repent for selling out their values and influencing their followers for whatever worldly gain they hope to achieve. This is bad for the body of Christ. I hope they change.

    I will continue to support the most Godly candidate I can, who is affiliated with the political party of the most Godly platform of values.

    Neither are perfect choices, but are nonetheless are the most responsible.


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