this went thru my mind

 

Election, politics & reality: An Election for An Elect Nation by Mike Yeates

“Most Christians across the entire political spectrum readily admit that they will vote for their respective candidate in an effort to choose the lesser of two evils. Using such a philosophy is a tacit admission that they will indeed choose an evil. As in every one that has preceded it, this election viewed as more pivotal than all others. The truth is that it doesn’t matter who is elected in November. Next year, when January turns into February, and the President sits comfortably in the White House, nothing will have changed.”

Grace & sin: Christians Struggling with Sin and 4 Lies We Believe by Wayne Stiles

” … Christians struggling with sin tend to believe four lies.”

Hurricane Sandy disaster relief: Helping Hurricane Sandy Victims

“The Churches of Christ Disaster Relief Effort immediately responds to any major disaster in the continental United States by sending truckloads of emergency food, water, cleaning, and other supplies to disaster victims. … The best way to help Disaster Relief aid those in need is to donate money. Disaster Relief is able to purchase appropriate supplies in bulk at an extreme discount.”

Parenting: 60 Life Lessons I Learned from my Parents by Joshua Becker

“My mother and father have been wonderful parents to me. They have worked hard to provide a stable foundation for my life and future. They have taught me invaluable lessons about work, marriage, parenting, relationships, and life. … I thought I would use this public forum to give them the praise they deserve.”

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