Will You Compromise Your Principals When You Vote?

“It’s A Matter Of Life”

Written by: “Anonymous One”

When focusing on the political positions of those seeking our votes,   often we are admonished to seek compromise. When what that means in reality is to ignore their promoting the evil of abortion. People of faith must loudly condemn their positions and refuse to seek compromise.

Biblical prophets preached fearlessly and without compromise regarding the evils of their day. They held strong opinions and deliberately used powerful language and vivid imagery to make their point. The prophets were controversial and knew they would not receive approbation, but would instead be condemned by those who rejected their correction.

Compromise with evil is especially dangerous to the faithful.
Compromise’s consequences do not happen immediately. But, over time, tolerance emerges then comes sin and then destruction.

First we overlook evil. Then we permit evil. Then we legalize evil. Then we promote evil. Then we celebrate evil.

We are told to be “ mindful of our tone” when attempting to fulfill  The Great Commission of taking the Gospel Truth into the world.  That advice could be restated, “Tell me sweet lies that make me feel good rather than telling me truths that make me uncomfortable”.

Do your own research. Know who you are voting for. Know where they stand. Then go vote!


Categories: Right to Life, Uncategorized


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