Point No. 2
I don’t like any of the candidates. The one I like isn’t even in the running!
The Fiery Dart of Excuse No. 2
If you don’t like any of the candidates, then don’t vote.
If we don’t feel strongly (it’s a matter of conviction) about fulfilling our responsibility as citizens of this great country of ours by voting, then we can easily be persuaded (or should I so manipulated) to solve our dilemma by simply not voting. If ‘Me’ is the center of our focus, instead of what is good for America, then we will strive to do whatever makes us happy. If we aren’t happy with the candidates who are running, then not voting appears to be the solution to us.
Replace the above reasoning (fiery dart) with the Truth Thought below:
The video I mentioned reminds us that we should, in cases like this, vote the better choice. And remember, if Christians get registered and vote, due to our vast numbers, our combined voices will eventually become so loud that the type of candidates we would want to vote for will get into the running.
Tomorrow? Point No. 3