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4 Reasons Christians Should Vote on Election Day

4 Reasons Christians Should Vote on Election Day

There are more than 4 reasons why Christians should vote on Election Day but here are 4 important ones.

the silent majority

There are about 60 million evangelical Christians in this country but sadly only 20 million vote. This means only 1 in 3 Christians vote and so we leave it to the world to select our candidates. It seems wrong, doesn’t it? If we don’t vote, do we have the right to complain about who is in office and who is not? If we don’t vote with our conscience, people who don’t know Christ will choose who they think is best, so I urge you to vote and choose someone whose values ​​match yours. There is a deep connection…that is, if your values ​​are biblical. Didn’t Jesus say to render God’s things to God and Caesar’s things to Caesar (Mark 12:17,

we are attendants

We have too many people who fought and died for this country’s freedom to choose who we want to represent us and since most of the world doesn’t have the right to vote, if we vote If we don’t, we have no right to complain about who won because we did nothing to influence the outcome of the election. Doesn’t the Preamble to the United States Constitution say “we the people”? And wasn’t it written by the overwhelming majority of Christians? Don’t you think they would be dismayed by our political apathy today? I think God will hold us accountable for the many things we did and didn’t do in this life because we are not only stewards of what we have but what we are capable of doing but often don’t.

we are salt and light

Jesus said that we are the children of the salt and light of the world. The wick is not kept under any cover, nor is the salt in the shaker. Both must reach the world in which we seek to be an effective cause of good to a lost, dying, decaying and dark world. Read what Jesus said about both salt and light in Matthew 5:13-15. “You are very honest. But if the salinity of the salt goes away, then with what can it be salted? It is no longer of any use, only to be thrown out and trampled upon.” Let there be light A city situated on a mountain cannot be hidden. Nor do people light a lamp and keep it under a vessel. Instead they put it at his feet, and it gives light to everyone in the house.” Salt is a preservative and also an enhancer. Light shines in the darkness and gives hope to others.

your god given right

Romans chapter 13 is about God’s appointment of human government as it is written “Everyone should be in subjection to the superior authorities. For without God there is no authority, and those that exist are established by God.” (Rom 13:1) So if we are “Pay all those who are owed: taxes to whom taxes are owed, revenue to whom revenue is owed, respect to whom respect is owed” (Rom 13:7) Is it not our duty to vote as God has given us this right? By sacrificing our vote and leaving it to others to choose the candidates, have we not given up our influence to change or influence the nation?

May God richly bless you,


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