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11/5/12 at 06:37 PM 0 Comments

Decision Time

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Make A Decision!

Decisions, decisions, decisions! We all have to make them and we all procrastinate as long as we can with difficult decisions. We say, “We’re trying to get all the facts before we decide,” but we are really trying to decide what happens if we do this and what happens if we do that…if we’re not sure, we prefer to put off the decision hoping that someone or something will make it for us. (You’re probably not like that, but the rest of us are)

Well, tomorrow is Decision Day. It is more than Election Day. It is a day in which we will decide on a direction that our nation will take for the next several decades. Your children and grandchildren will be effected by the decision you make tomorrow. If that seems melodramatic, I assure you it is not.

Consider These Decisions…

It was an ELECTED judge whose decision began the rulings that led Roe v. Wade to the Supreme Court where justices appointed by ELECTED Presidents and confirmed by ELECTED Senators made a decision (against over 100 years of precedent law) that abortion was legal. That initial ruling is now being interpreted as a “right.”

It was a Supreme Court APPOINTED by ELECTED Presidents and confirmed by ELECTED Senators that made the decision that God was to be removed from our society. The Court’s decision was that the Constitution provided for a “separation clause” that has been used to work toward a secular society. The Court’s decision was not based on a strict interpretation of the document, and its interpretation still plagues this nation.

It was an ELECTED Senate that, for political reasons alone, made the decision to allow a man, disbarred for lying, to remain President. And the currently ELECTED President makes Mr. Clinton look like a saint.

Here’s Why You Need To Make A Decision

Mr. Obama has called the United States a “post-Christian” nation. It was Mr. Obama’s decision that has plunged the United States into more debt in four years than his predecessors combined. It has been Mr. Obama’s decision to lie about his faith. The decision or decisions made regarding the events in Benghazi ultimately lie with Mr. Obama. It was Mr. Obama’s decision to send out surrogates to blame an obscure video for an Al-Qaida attack.

It was Mr. Obama’s decision to appoint and approve an Attorney General who has thumbed his nose at Congress and everyone else. The decision to pass what has become known as “Obamacare” was made in the middle of the night by ELECTED officials who cared nothing for the unintended consequences of their actions.

It is the decision of the Department of Health and Human Services and its APPOINTED Secretary, to require employers to “cover” abortive and contraceptive drugs to their employees even though their personal religious convictions are violated.

Saul Alinsky was never elected to any office, but his beliefs and writings have been studied and believed by liberal democrats for decades. Contrary to the Judeo-Christian eithic upon which this nation was founded, Alinsky’s philosophy has been blatantly adopted as public policy by the current administration. Every decision that this administration has made is tainted with Alinsky’s sewage.

My Decision Is A Matter of Faith

Please don’t think that I am so naïve as to believe that the Republican ticket is perfect, but the alternative makes my decision relatively easy. Governor Romney was not my first choice for a candidate, but the socialist, godless, anti-family, morally bankrupt agenda put forth by the Democrats and Barack Obama is beyond my contempt. As a Christian, not a Republican, I cannot allow Barak Obama and the democrats the opportunity to APPOINT anyone who will continue to marginalize the Church, violate the sanctity of life, and to thumb their noses at those of us who believe that values matter.

As I said earlier, my decision in my personal vote does not reveal naivete. Romney may be a better decision but I do not (and probably will not) agree with all of his policies. However, I do believe he will restore a measure of dignity to the Office of President. And, I do believe that he hold a faith in Almighty God that the current administration disdains.

It is time for you to make your decision. I call, today, for you to vote tomorrow. If you don’t agree with me, go vote just to cancel me out! Get involved in the process, make a decision. Your vote, your decision, might make the difference between a baby living and dying, your kids learning the value and importance of prayer, and continuing to worship the God whom we serve freely.

Moses challenged Israel to make a decision to serve the Lord and Joshua did likewise. Joshua’s words seem to summarize my feelings on this day before Decision Day. “. . .if serving the LORD seems undesirable to you, then choose for yourselves this day whom you will serve, whether the gods your forefathers served beyond the River, or the gods of the Amorites, in whose land you are living. But as for me and my household, we will serve the LORD!”

Make a decision. Vote!

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