A preacher in those days, when he felt God called him to preach, didn't hunt up a college or seminary, he hunted up a good horse, took off across the country and began crying "Behold the Lamb of God, that taketh away the sins of the world"!
Interesting turn of events this past sunday
Click the link below to see pictures and hear the address of President Bill Clinton at church on Sunday Morning.
Here Clinton gives a little history between him and the United Pentecostal Church.
the funny thing is that Bill Clinton was at the church our Pastor use to pastor at in Ashville, NC, and Chelsea Clinton was at our Church that same day. The Pentecostals must have really made an impact on their life.
http://fayobserver.com/article?id=293156I wonder if they realize that pentecostals are probably like 95% Republican.Thats me on the right. I wanted to say, "you know your mom is going to lose right." haha I hope.Jesus Loves the Clintons too, what can I say.
One of the things that I trouble with greatly is my trying to figure out how someone who is truly a Christian can vote for anyone on the Democratic ticket. The Democratic party stands for big government, gay rights, pro-abortion, etc. As far as I can tell, the Bible teaches us to be apart from all three of these things. AND, these three things are major issues.
When thinking about these three issues try thinking about them with Jesus in the discussion. You are getting ready to vote and Jesus is standing next to you in the voting booth. Could you really vote for a democrat knowing Jesus is watching? Would He agree that voting for a democrat is ok even though you would be voting to continue to kill unborn babies? Same goes with voting for a democrat knowing they are going to promote gay rights, etc. Would Jesus really approve or do we really vote with God in mind?
I just cannot agree with the liberal way at all. IF I was not a Christian, then without a doubt, voting Democrat would be my vote because I would probably want to Government to continue to get bigger and expand government programs even thought we cannot afford the taxes now.
I believe we should vote for what is best for the world in regards to the Kingdom of Christ not what is best for the world in regards to our own pocketbooks or personal wants and wishes.
What do you think?