God and the Election
The election is over. I invested a lot of time in this election. I went against the grain in my age group and supported McCain. In any case, I admit I was very emotional and upset. I cannot change the outcome of this election. Obama is the president-elect. He is in a position of authority and power. As a Christian, I need to pray for America and its leaders. I cannot judge another personís faith. Only the Father Himself truly knows someoneís heart and intent.
I say that I am over him and have days where I "feel" over him, and tonight has not been one of those times.
I am still not over the pain, the complete betrayel of everything I thought that he was and the multitude of lies I was told.
I am not over the memories which were once so precious to me but now are like ashes after a housefire.
I have moments of strength, of happiness, of contentment. And then there are times like tonight when I miss the person I always called
The tears! did you see the tears? why would he make a better President?, more like he is the President we need. When you have what you need that is always better for you.
I have to say in the beginning with all the rhetoric and false information given, I bewared of him. "He is a Muslim" "He was raised in a radical racist church" being a Christian these things ripped my heart.
Feelings that I now am ashamed that I had.
His father was
It sometimes amazes me that "Anti-Christians" think they can masquerade as TRUE Christians and not be noticed.... (And I specify "Anti-Christians"... rather than "atheists"..... because atheists in the true sense of the word, aren't generally hostile, with hidden agendas like the Anti-Christs).
Yet, I'm never really surprised by it, nor am I ever surprised about "WHO" they are.
The thing is, they really do stand out like a "Baby
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