In God we trust

So fortunate we are to live in a nation where its citizens are the sovereign and have the opportunity to partake in our God-ordained government. By casting our vote, we exercise our rights under the Constitution as well as our free will. By holding our leaders responsible, by keeping their feet to the fire, we can demonstrate our desire to be a Godly nation by being the salt and light that God calls us to be.

God ordained the government and its leaders, and WE THE PEOPLE are to carry out the protocols set forth. Even Jesus has allowed us to “…render under Caesar the things that are Caesar’s…”

As a Christian defined by Christ, our liberty to vote is not thwarted nor precluded by anything in the Bible. What if NO Christians ever voted…especially, when our future liberties are at stake now more than they ever have been?

While it’s incumbent upon every U.S. citizen to vote for the leaders whom we are to elect, it is no sin not to vote nor should there be judgement. And while our government is important, we must always realize that the president is not a sacred position nor our first line of defense against what may hinder us.

Should rafters quake and mountains tumble into the sea, it’s the Lord to whom we turn. We put our trust not in man or government but in God alone.