2012/11/08

Oh, the election.

I'm still reeling from the great fiasco election. One might think it was the great depression judging by the response of many this past Wednesday. While I haven't given into despairing, I will say that I've felt discouraged. For the first time in my adult life, I feel as though I'm truly in the minority. I'm left stupified trying to discern why so many would have voted for Obama. He believes in murder, he believes in sodomy, he believes in thievery. My words are true. Check his records yourself. Search the face of God and see how many tiny bodies have been vacuum sucked out of their mothers womb's by the hands of butchers far before their time. Ask the rich who can't keep their pay; who have had to work hard and feed thousands of lazy, unwilling, but able to work men. Ask the sodomite who has gleefully joined his fellow man in an act of so called, "marriage."

Sure, the sodomite was born with a lust for his fellow man-neighbor. So was every man born with a lust for every good looking woman to step out on the street, so was the woman for every strong, good-looking man. Does this make it right? Heck no! Is the, "un-wanted" baby rightfully murdered? Heck no! All because his parents had a lust for one another and threw self-control to the wind. Let's kill this little soul that is growing. Let's not battle the fear that says our life is about to change. Let's not battle the sin that says, "lusting after this man is wrong." Let's not battle the sin that says, "she'll never know." Obama stands for the celebration and legalizing of sin. He stands for all the things I don't. He willingly protects those who want to romp around in their filth and heave it upon others. He even proclaimed that he wouldn't want his own daughters living with "the mistake" of an unwanted pregnancy. Sure, Mr. Obama, you can kiss your grandchildren goodbye. You may never know the pleasure of kissing the small of their necks, the laugh of the fat, well fed belly, the curl of the soft downy hair nor the joining of daughter and future son-in-law. That's right, because according to him, his daughters may marry their best girl friend and if they happen to have sex they can also murder their children. Through his actions he has represented our future in a very frightening way. I pray he would realize the sting of what his presidency will bring if it continues in the same path for the next 4 years.

Then again, I come down from this cloud of frustration and anger and recognize that Christ is on His throne. He's orchestrated all of History and Tuesday's election is history. He is giving us, America, the consequence of our sins. We are like Babylon. We are wicked and our judgement is plain. My prayer is that God would be merciful to us. My prayer is one of repentance for not speaking for Christ and the Kingdom as frequently as I should have. May I be bold to tell the truth. I don't want to fear man. I don't want to hit my grave with regret.

Lord, please help me.

8 comments:

CHiggins said...

Christie
You are the best at describing how I've been feeling since the election was over. There is indeed a sickness in this country that is permeated throughout the culture.
It makes me question how great our country is.
It makes me question everything I've ever believed about America.........

Andrea said...

The problem with involving your children in the election process is the morning after you have one saying, "We are going to die," and two in tears. No, we are not "gonna die". :) And I had to remind them that this circumstance is not out of the Lord's control, that he determines who sits on the throne, and that this is not our home. It hurts, because I love my country, but this is not my home. I think we as a nation are reaping the consequences of making ourselves God and denying his Lordship.

Jen said...

<3

Jackie Lynn said...

amen,

Karen said...

Spoken the way so many of us feel. Thank you for verbalizing and being bold! You know I admire you and your strength. Have I told you that yet (this week?)

CLR said...

Andrea,
You are right, it does hurt. I'm thankful that this time here is but momentary. The best things are yet to come, not in the sense of which Mr. Obama speaks, but in the Promises of our Lord.
Our children were sobered and shocked as well at the outcome.

Mom and Dad, I love you!

john.reynolds1@mac.com said...

Great post Christie! We feel the same way!

Tiffany said...

Couldn't agree more!!