IS A CHRISTIAN OBLIGATED TO VOTE?
By Pastor Steve Van Nattan

If a man offers you a ride, on half dead jack ass,
or on a sway back mare,
you DO have the choice to walk.


There is this sub-christian teaching out there that if you don't vote, you don't have any right to complain or speak up later.  That is absolutely nonsense.  The manipulators of our nation offer us hand picked Bildergerger approved choices on all three tickets.  I know for a fact that Dan Quaille, the Right's Hope, is an approved boy on the Bilderberger list.  So many times, there is no choice.  All men are beasts of prey and liars.

Romans 12:17 Recompense to no man evil for evil. Provide things honest in the sight of all men.

This teaching is a two way street.  If I am not served with an honest and decent option, you may NOT ask me to participate in your voting process.

Ezekiel 44:23 And they shall teach my people the difference between the holy and profane, and cause them to discern between the unclean and the clean.  24 And in controversy they shall stand in judgment; ...

 

I thought I had heard the extreme example of the Bush pushing devils in Baptists pulpits. Folks, here is a terrifying thing. This reminds me of stories I heard of Catholic priests and Lutheran pastors in Nazi Germany who coerced their people to support Adolph Hitler. Read and weep:

Minister Ex-Communicates Members For Not Backing Bush

Another 40 members have left in protest.

Waynesville, NC-- The minister of a Haywood County Baptist church is telling members of his congregation that if they're Democrats, they either need to find another place of worship or support President Bush. Already, the Reverend Chan Chandler has ex-communicated nine members of East Waynesville Baptist Church. Another 40 members have left in protest. During last Sunday's sermon, he acknowledged that church members were upset because he named people, and he says he'll do it again because he has to according to the word of God. Chandler could not be reached for comment, but says his actions weren't politically motivated. One former church member says Chandler told some of the members that if they didn't support George Bush, they needed to resign their positions and get out of the church, or go to the altar, repent and agree to vote for Bush. A former church treasurer says she's at church to worship God and not the preacher.

Associated Press
Andrea Firestone
Producer created: 5/6/2005 3:05:35 PM
Last updated: 5/6/2005 3:08:59 PM

 

No pagan agnostic good old boy will intimidate me by shaming me for not voting.  Choosing the least evil man is still an approval of the man to some degree.  I will not participate in such a ploy.  May I mention the choice between Bill Clinton and Bob Dole?  Both Clinton and Dole attended the same church in Washington DC, where the minister taught that Jesus was a sodomite and was regularly serviced by His disciples.  Now, which one should I have voted for?

This applies to Propositions and election ballot polls to see what the public wants.  If both sides of an issue are evil or unreasonable, don't vote.  If an issue in California passed by 38 votes to 23, statewide, the yo-yos in Sacramento would certainly know they had hatched a dumb idea.  Americans don't know the power of NOT putting down their "X".  Indeed, the pressure to vote for someone is being used by the higher powers to herd the cattle along into the New World Order.  The fact that some elections are very poorly attended is seen, by network talking heads, as a collapse of Democracy.  Not so-- This is a great indicator of how dull the options and the candidates are.  The CANDIDATES should be mocked, NOT the voters.  

By the way, do you know what a "talking head" is?  Answer:  An outhouse with a rooster in it.

Philippians 1:22 But if I live in the flesh, this is the fruit of my labour: yet what I shall choose I wot not.

It just is not a sin to be uncertain and not to choose.

To be uncertain, and yet to choose, is folly.


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