Don’t you just hate early-morning phone calls from family? Our Conservative Campaign Committee team is in Indiana, campaigning for Ted Cruz. When I returned to our hotel room after picking up breakfast for my wife Mary, she said my dad called my phone two times. He is 87 and still preaches the second Sunday of every month. Upon returning his call, Dad wanted me to send him lyrics to a song I used to sing. He wanted to use them in a sermon.
Just ordinary people, God uses ordinary people. … God uses people who will give Him all. It doesn’t matter how small your all might seem to you because little becomes much when you place it in the Master’s Hands.
The song lyrics also mentions the little boy who offered his lunch of fish and bread to Jesus, which He blessed and multiplied to feed five thousand people.
Folks, these lyrics are extremely appropriate for the situation in which we Cruz supporters find ourselves in these final hours before the election Tuesday in Indiana. I call upon patriots across America to do whatever they can, contributions, door-to-door, sign waves, pray, and anything else you can think of to secure delegates and votes for the best man in the race, Ted Cruz. Trust God to multiply our efforts.
Indiana is truly heartland country. Mary and I have noticed several large families projecting a people of faith aura. Liquor stores are closed on Sunday. Traditional values that have made America great appear to still be celebrated here in Indiana.
Our CCC team attended the taping of the Fox News town hall in Indianapolis. A local high school allowed 60 students to attend. Several other families brought their kids. It was truly encouraging, seeing the hall filled with youths excited about Cruz. Thank God they have not drunk Bernie’s (government rob others to give to you) poisonous Kool-Aid.
A waitress told Mary and me that small business is huge in Indiana; many grocery stores and restaurants are owned by married couples. She has been a happy and proud employee of the same couple for many years. Her bosses now own several restaurants. I detected a vibe supportive of Cruz.
I don’t know about you guys, but I have come to realize that I cannot figure it all out. All I know to do is to follow God’s lead, using the information I have to do everything I can to propel Cruz to victory.
Our CCC team implemented standard campaigning initiatives for Cruz. If you’re in Indiana, you could see our CCC team sign waving, Mary and me holding our “Ted Cruz: Conservative Hero” banner. It is crunch time, folks. Everyone must do his part.
Thank God that I am wise enough to know that my “little becomes much” when I place it in the Master’s Hands. C’mon, folks – let’s get Ted another victory in Indiana this Tuesday.