From Dr. James Dobson’s Family Talk:
“Religious freedom is our first liberty, yet it is under attack like never before.
Whether this war has invaded your private world or not, it is at your front door. And it is only a matter of time before it enters your home. There are overt governmental forces within certain political parties that desire to silence our faith in the public square and strip away our God-ordained rights to live out our Christian convictions.
It breaks my heart to know that America has strayed so far from its rich religious beginnings. But hope remains when God’s people show up.”
Critical Issue #4 Religious Liberty
Critical Issue #5 Capitalism v. Socialism – Will be posted separately
Critical Issue #6 The Judical System -Will be posted separately
Critical Issue #7 The Nation on Israel -Will be posted separately
Tonight’s Presidential Debate – An Open Letter From Dr. Dobson
“With all respect, the national election isn’t about you. It certainly isn’t about me. It is about our kids and grandkids. It is about those who are yet to come, if they are allowed to live. This vote has awesome implications for future generations and the nation we love. It is about our Constitution and the immutable, God-given rights it protects. It is about values, and truth, and greatness, and hope. That is why the notion of choosing a president based on frivolous personality characteristics, such as style or rhetoric, misses the mark.
This election is for all the marbles… the next Chief Executive, the House of Representatives, the Senate, and the Supreme Court. Together, they set the agenda for this country.
If you love America and don’t want it to be “fundamentally transformed,” as Barrack Obama proposed, it is time to do three things:
1. Pray like never before that God will spare this great nation from tyranny and oppression of religious liberty.
2. Volunteer to help your candidates.
3. Vote for the candidates who will best uphold your values and convictions.”
CLICK HERE to read the Full Open letter from Doctor Dobson
If you’re an American citizen that doesn’t exercise your right to vote, you are part of the problem. In my opinion if you don’t vote, you lose the right to comment on or complain about the outcome.
If you live outside the US, I covet your prayers for the election & the unrest in our land.
Stay tuned as more of these discussions are released.