Christians And The Election

Several days ago, while partaking in a conference call regarding the future of our country, the country I love, the country I adore, the country I would sacrifice myself for and the country God gave us as a gift, I became overwhelmingly aware of how important this 2020 election is.

With the DNC and RNC conventions over, I would like to make a statement on the 2020 election.

This post is to Christians who are “on the fence” when it comes to who to vote for in November, to the Christians who are listening to the main stream media and believing the lies that are spewed out every moment of every day, to the Christians who think we have a choice this election. Unfortunately, there is no choice to be made, this election is black and white, right or wrong, freedom versus captivity.

You may be sitting there reading these words and thinking, “she is blowing this election way out of proportion!” Well, if that’s you, then you really won’t like what is coming next.

Donald Trump is the ONLY option for Christians to vote for in November.

To vote for Joe Biden is to vote for:

  1. The killing of babies
  2. Partnership with ungodly countries
  3. Unbiblical gender norms

Now, as I have mentioned before, I do not have a right to have an opinion on this blog unless it is biblically founded. Due to this, let me explain why I do have the right to make this accusation by using the only thing any Christian should use when making a major decision or declaration: The Word of God.

To vote for Biden is to vote for the killing of babies

I am, and will continually be, frustrated with the number of Christians who don’t want to have an opinion on abortion. I have heard all the arguments for being “pro-choice”, but no argument is stronger than the Word of God. To me, and to the Word, life begins at conception. I won’t get into an even bigger debate of “when life begins”, but I would encourage you to read Luke 1:29-38. The moment Mary conceived, she was carrying a living soul, the soul of our Savior, Jesus Christ. 

Joe Biden is not only outspokenly pro-choice and vehemently in support of abortion, but also supports abortion up to the moment of birth.

My newest niece was born this past Wednesday at 2:45pm. The fact Biden believes there would have been no problem for her to have been poisoned and pulled apart within my sisters’ womb at 2:44pm is blatantly anti-Christian and anti-God, it actually borders demonic.

My God, THE God, is the God of life. He states, “Before I formed thee in the belly I knew thee” (Jeremiah 1:5). God knows the millions of babies that forcefully lost their lives before even being given an opportunity to fight for their lives.

To vote for a man who wants to normalize the murder of innocence is not someone ANY Christian should vote for.

To vote for a candidate who wants to standardize abortion is to vote for death.

At last night’s RNC convention, President Trump stated, “all children, born and unborn, have a God given right to life”. This quote struck me above all others. If nothing else, vote for the lives of the innocent who cannot vote for themselves. 

To vote for Biden is to vote for partnership with ungodly countries

As I have written, I work in the world of persecuted Christian’s. One of the most dangerous nations in the world for Christians is China.

Christians in China must hide their faith, cannot read bibles freely or speak about any type of relationship with the Lord. Police destroy the homes of Christians daring to hold in-home worship services and detain Christians attempting to spread the gospel. It has been said there is no safe place for Christians in China and that China is at war with faith.

Don’t even get me started on the Chinese government forcefully harvesting the organs of detainees, many of whom are imprisoned simply due to their faith.

Biden stated that a rising China is a, “positive development”. Why, and how, could anyone look at what is happening to Christians in China and believe the increase of such a party could ever be “positive”? How can one not see the danger that accompanies a country such as this?

We are told to, “have nothing to do with the fruitless deeds of darkness, but rather expose them” (Ephesians 5:11). Joe Biden has been in the political world for nearly 50 years, he has seen the darkness, the sin, the evil, the persecution, and yet has never tried to expose it. For almost five decades, Biden has watched the Chinese Communist Party’s slow and steady rise to power, knowing full well how Christians were being abused within their barriers, yet he did nothing to stop their cruel actions and evil intentions.

For our persecuted brothers and sisters, for the hope that they too will one day worship our God freely, do not vote for a man who ignores and often justifies this ungodly, and anti-Christian, behavior.

To vote for Joe Biden is to vote for unbiblical gender norms

Joe Biden has called for the passage of the 2020 Equality Act. What you may find interesting about this Act is that basic genders no longer exist. Little boys can call themselves girls and girls can believe themselves to be boys, and there’s nothing you, as a parent, concerned family member, teacher or citizen, could do to stop it. Along those lines, Biden has also stated there are, “at least three genders”.

I grew up with a mother who always talked about “biblical end times”, but it wasn’t until the deterioration of gender norms that I began to think I may actually be living in such times.

The Word declares, “but from the beginning of the creation, God made them male and female” (Mark 10:6). This is a fundamental truth of our world, male and female is how we were formed, so to advocate for the normalization of fluidity in genders does nothing but confuse, harm and hurt and firmly disagrees with the Word of God. To state there are more than the two genders God so clearly created is not only spiritually, and scientifically, false, it is absolutely unbiblical.

Why would any Christian want to eliminate genders? Why would any Christian vote for someone who is a staunch advocate for such elimination? Why would any Christian support this behavior when we know, full well, it will absolutely have a negative impact on our children and all other future generations? And, why would any Christian vote for a man such as this when it is clear these Acts and statements will eventually have a major negative impact on our Churches?

Now, before anyone starts complaining about how Trump is racist, sexist, misogynist, etc., save your breath. I am not interested in hearing your personal opinion on Trump, just as you shouldn’t be interested in mine, but I am interested in hearing your biblical stance as to why you would vote for Joe Biden.

Ultimately, when all is said and done, my opinion and your opinion do not matter, all that matters in God’s opinion.

I am not saying Trump is perfect, not at all, but I am not voting on perfection. I am voting for Trump primarily because I am a Christian, but also because Trump is the only president to walk at March For Life, who is fearlessly pro-life, pro-Israel, outspokenly supportive of religious freedom, states churches are essential, defends Christianity and many other reasons.

Christians, there is no choice this November.

Look to the Word and pray for your eyes to be opened. The devil is doing all he can to deceive us, blind us, confuse us and divide us. We can show him we cannot and will not be deceived, blinded, confused or divided. We will unite, we must unite.

Close your eyes to the world and open them to the Word. The decision is easy when you give it to God.

Remnant, it’ time to rise up!

“The integrity of the upright shall guide them.” – Proverbs 11:3

Author: Lydia Barbara

I am a woman standing on the Word, believing in its infallibility and knowing I am all that God says I am.

2 thoughts on “Christians And The Election”

  1. Agree with your comments 100% … Throughout my life I’ve always thought the Meek shall never inherit the earth unless they get up and DO SOMETHING. Good work. Great site!

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