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Electing A President While Surrendered To A King

The Oval Office is up for grabs.

The throne in the midst of all things is not.

I can’t remember a presidential election in my lifetime that has captivated the consciousness of Americans more than this one.

I also can’t remember a time when so many of my friends have had differing opinions about who to vote for. If you find yourself in a conversation with someone who shares with you who they are voting for and you differ in your opinion, let me encourage you to ask them this: “Tell me more about why?”  It doesn’t help the conversation as much if you say, “How can you do this when . . . ?”

We must be wary of sacrificing our witness for Jesus on the altar of uncivil discourse.

Originally, I wasn’t planning on centering my message this week on what’s transpiring right now in our country.  I had only intended to take couple of minutes at the very beginning of my next sermon to address the election. To my surprise, it grew into more than a couple of minutes.  So this weekend, we’re pressing “pause” on the current series we’re in.  If you want a head start on the weekend, consider 1 Timothy 2:1-8a.

You can only vote once.  But there’s no limit as to how often you can pray. And apparently that mattered to Jesus. (Consider Luke 18:1.)

See You Thursday night or Sunday!

Grace and Peace,

Chris Seidman

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