Point No. 5
I can’t get to the polls on election day.
The Fiery Dart of Excuse No. 5
I am confident that many Christians have legitimate reasons for not being able to vote or get to the polls. These are particularly susceptible to the fiery dart that if you can’t get to the polls then it’s okay not to vote. If we do not possess the conviction that voting is a God-given responsibility, then we are prime targets for this fiery dart.
If you do possess the conviction that voting is a God-given responsibility, then you will find a way to vote! If you need someone to come pick you up so you can go vote, you will find someone who is willing to give you a ride. If you are physically impaired, then you will find out how you can vote; perhaps by absentee ballot. But remember, where there is conviction, there is action and you will find a way to express your voice.
And by the way fellow Christians, get out there and find those people who legitimately can’t get to the polls and offer your assistance. It’s the Christian thing to do! Remember, there are those with ulterior motives who will beat you to the punch if you don’t.
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The window of opportunity to save this country for ourselves, our children, our grandchildren and future generations grows smaller every day. But I firmly feel, if those 60 million eligible Christian voters would accept their God-given responsibility to vote, (and get registered, if they aren’t already) our beloved America could be saved! No more excuses, you hear me! Just Vote!