Updated: Oct 26
This blog post is designed to help guide Christian voters in the 2020 United States election and all future elections worldwide on how they should vote. This blog is for you if you fall into any of the following categories.
(1) You do not plan on voting in the 2020 US presidential election because you don't like either presidential candidate.
(2) You do plan on voting but you are voting based on your feelings or political affiliation and not solely based on God's will.
(3) You are uncertain who to vote for or what to consider when voting.
(4) You plan to vote in the presidential election but have no interest in voting for Congress members or considering the issues that will be on the ballot in your local area regarding judges, policies, and politicians in your community.
First things first, before we proceed to deal with the purpose of this blog, please understand that our basis for this post is to inform the Christian--born again child of God (John 1:12), who lives by faith (Romans 1:17) on what to consider when voting. If we are commanded by God to live by faith, that means that our faith should influence everything we do in life, including our voting. Whatever is not done from faith, is sin. (Romans 14:23). Stay tuned for the next post.
Come now, let us reason together. Isaiah 1:18 (nkjv)