Monday, November 3, 2008


America is at a crossroads.

This election can go one of two ways: victory for Barack Obama, or victory for John McCain.

If McCain wins, it will mean that God has granted us more time to get our house in order before He lowers the boom. The Constitution will continue on life support, so to speak, with issues regarding abortion, homosexual marriage, and the like -- fundamentally, the question of the source of law, God or man? -- still yet having to be dealt with decisively, or else He will give us over forever to the forces of the Kingdom of Man.

If Barack Obama wins, then all bets are off; God will have given us over to the forces of the Kingdom of Man, and Man, both through the legislature and through the courts, will enact an agenda of godlessness that will dwarf any previously enacted in the United States of America, making it difficult to see how we will ever get out of it.

If McCain wins, muddledness continues until America chooses for life, for godliness, for divine standards of justice (read: the Ten Commandments); if Obama wins, clarity obtains: the choice is made, the die is cast. It will spell the triumph of the Entitlement Mentality, which is the root of political evil.

(By the way, no, I do not speak for God, but I do claim to be able to speak in general accordance with His will; after all, I have His promise: "Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; And ye shall know the truth, and the truth shall make you free " (John 8:31-32).)

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