It is finally here! The election seemed so far away, and now it’s right around the
corner. Early voting begins this month. Pastor Terri and I fully intend to exercise our
God-given right to cast our vote in this most crucial midterm election.
All 435 seats in the United States House of Representatives and 35 of the 100
seats in the U.S. Senate will be on the ballot. Thirty-nine state and territorial governors’
seats, along with numerous other state and local positions and propositions, will also
appear on ballots.
The outcome of this election could seriously affect the balance of power in our
U.S. Congress. If Republicans take the majority, this president’s left-leaning agenda
would be greatly hindered. If there is a two-thirds majority, especially in the Senate, it
can completely halt the president’s agenda.
That is why we must pray, vote and stand in faith for God-fearing, anointed leaders.
We have been fervently praying over these elections. We have been sowing seed and
believing God like never before. Thank you for standing in agreement with us in prayer and
making sure you cast your vote for strong leaders who will take a stand for godly values.
All of us are aware of those who have been confused and angered over this
election. People are concerned about the integrity of our elections in general. We
haven’t yet resolved the 2020 elections. People wonder, “Will my vote even count?
What about all the corruption we have been hearing about? Why even bother to vote
if the election is rigged?”
Read this very important word from The LORD through Kenneth Copeland. It
is quite sobering:
I will, saith The LORD, hold you responsible for voting for whom I tell you
to vote. You can’t get out of it by not voting. I will hold you responsible
for voting for the wrong one if you do that.
Who exactly is the wrong one? In these days in which we are living, I believe it
is pretty obvious. Any politician who is against biblical standards is the wrong one.
Which political party supports same-sex marriage? Which political party supports abortion? Which political party supports open borders? Which political party is for dividing the city of Jerusalem and cutting up and redistributing the land of Israel? Which political party embraces critical race theory, the LGBTQIA2S+ lifestyle and sex education in schools?
Here is another powerful word from Brother Copeland:
Those who vote for politicians knowing their immoral policies and
platforms and illegal acts had better repent. To vote for that platform is
to attach yourself to it and to the judgment it holds. They are partners
with those politicians and will be responsible for every baby’s death.
You have taken the devil’s part by not voting at all.
If you have decided not to vote, I would seriously reconsider that decision.
Voting is more of a spiritual act than one might think.
Your ballot is your seed, and seed sown will produce a harvest after its own
kind. Galatians 6:7-8 declares, “Do not be deceived, God is not mocked; for whatever
a man sows, that he will also reap. For he who sows to his flesh will of the flesh reap
corruption, but he who sows to the Spirit will of the Spirit reap everlasting life” (New
King James Version).
When I enter the voting booth, I sow the seed of my vote to bring a godly
harvest to our nation. In the booth, I spend time praying in the spirit over our nation.
I speak protection over the integrity of my vote and tell The LORD I am doing this for
my grandchildren’s futures.
One more thing: I am a tither with tither’s rights. One of those rights, found
in Malachi 3:11, says, “And I will rebuke the devourer for your sakes, and he shall not
destroy the fruits of your ground; neither shall your vine cast her fruit before the time
in the field, saith The LORD of hosts.”
The devil CANNOT steal my vote in Jesus’ Name! There is NO WAY that my
vote is going to be diverted in another direction from that which I originally intended
it to go. I REFUSE FOR THAT TO HAPPEN!
As a reminder, early voting in Texas begins Monday, Oct. 24, and ends Friday,
Nov. 4. Early voting dates for other states can be found online. Election Day is Tuesday,
Nov. 8. I plan to vote early.
See you at the polls,