This is my first Thanksgiving without my preacher dad who went to be with the Lord in June at age 90. I smile when remembering when I was a little boy, Dad included me and my four younger siblings in his…
On one occasion from my seat on stage, I saw an elderly gentlemen in a wheelchair who looked to be around 100 years old. When it came time for him to take his Oath of Allegiance, a great grandchild on both sides of him raised him to his feet. One grandchild held the gentleman’s right hand into the air as he tearfully recited his oath. The elderly gentleman’s entire family, standing behind him, were crying.
These evangelicals are, in essence, saying God cannot use a washed-in-the-blood-of-Christ Christian to save America.
Believers rejecting such a clear obvious superior choice is a sad testimony of the state of the modern church. If Jesus came to America today and ran for office, how many Christians would deem Him extreme, polarizing and un-electable?