Psalm 33:12 “Blessed is the nation whose God is the LORD; and the people whom he hath chosen for his own inheritance.”
Founding Father John Jay said:
“No human society has ever been able to maintain both order and freedom, both cohesiveness and liberty apart from the moral precepts of the Christian Religion allied and accepted by all the classes. Should our Republic ere forget this fundamental precept of governance, men are certain to shed their responsibilities for licentiousness and this great experiment will surely be doomed.”
American citizens grieve when leaders shed their responsibilities for licentiousness. We are sorrowful that the great experiment of our nation appears doomed. Yet, we rarely consider the important truth that this experiment was never to be founded upon anything other than Christ. Blessings are to flow from faithfulness, not from freedom.
In this great experiment, Christian moral precepts were interwoven into our society. Similarly, they are to be interwoven into our political consideration. They are to be interwoven into our votes. They are to be interwoven into those for whom we should vote.
We must be weary of ourselves when we set aside our moral precepts as we enter the voting booth. We must be weary of those who claim that their moral precepts are not factors in their public policy. We must be weary of our nation when we cling to anything other than Christian principles as a fundamental precept of governance.
PLEASE PRAY FOR AMERICAN LEADERS, ELECTED OR UP-FOR-ELECTION, TO EMBRACE CHRISTIAN MORAL PRECEPTS UNDIVIDED FROM THEIR PUBLIC PERSONA. Our votes can steady a staggering nation by returning us to a Christian foundation. Blessings can replace impending doom, but only by putting the Lord first.