We Must Come Together After Election

Posted on October 23, 2016


Have you ever thought the negative qualities of politicians you might be tempted to hate aren’t actually part of who they really are?

Unless you have ran for political office, you cannot know how spin, distorted political advertisements and opponent attacks, affect the politician’s family and voters.

And no, this isn’t just about the fact that much of what we think we know about political candidates, pro or con, might be spin.

It’s about something more profound. It’s about the spiritual fact that every individual we can think of, whether we know them personally or by dint of media coverage, is in reality spiritual and created by God.

That doesn’t mean wrong behavior should be condoned or resigned to. Far from it.

We need not get drawn into fearing or voicing the carnal mind’s spin or anyone as being hate worthy.

Whomever we feel led to cast a ballot for in any election, we need to accept the majority decision. And we need to remember as we vote that God is in control.

We will vote November 8 on who will be our next president, senator and governor. It will be a challenge for many to accept the decision of the majority, but for our own good we need to come together as a state and nation.


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