I hate election time.
1.) My husband's head might explode following the results. He is a news junkie and a political maniac. He'll be hopping around here tomorrow night like it's five seconds on the clock in the Alabama vs. Auburn game with Auburn on the one yard line, fourth down, down by six. Like that sort of spastic.
2.) I have absolutely uncompromising beliefs that I am hesitant to express, because it might alienate people we are trying to minister to (and it is FAR more important to win people to Christ than to win a political argument). See, I disagree with just about everyone, because the Bible is my yardstick and if it doesn't agree with Scripture, I'm against it. There's no room for compromise. But people have to get with the Holy Spirit before they understand all of that business, or else it's just white noise. So, better for salvation first, then politics later.
3.) The talking heads argue themselves purple back and forth without anything solid to back up opinion. Until actual numbers are in tomorrow, it's anyone's game. No one knows until the fat lady sings.
But Steve Johnson said something powerful from the pulpit Sunday that puts this entire deal into perspective for me as a Christian: it doesn't really matter who wins tomorrow, because
God is still God, and He is on the Throne.
Vote because it is the very least you can do to express your gratitude for living in a free nation.
Vote because it is the most pure expression of what it means to be an American.
Vote because you can.