John Piper on the Election—-Don’t Waste Your Vote

Posted: November 3, 2008 in Politics, Video
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  1. bones says:

    remember sodom and gomorrah! we need to “invest” a little more i think. true, the election should not be our main focus, but it definitely needs to be one of them. we’re letting immorality take over. we need to stand up and take our country back. if we don’t, He’ll destroy us.

    at some point we need to realize He’s given us the ability to make choices. He told us in the Bible how to live. when we go against that, He punishes us. but we have to make the choice to go against Him. He did not create us to do so. i don’t think He created us to punish us. He wants us to do His will, and when we don’t, we get a spankin.

    i can’t wait to get to Heaven, but when i get there i want Him to be proud of me for doing the best i could with the country He gave me. i’ve never been registered and i’ve never voted so i blame myself for alot of the things i’m so mad about. this election has opened my eyes to the fact that He gave me the right to vote and i need to do so. i can’t put the blame on Him for the shape our country is in. He told me what to and i haven’t done it so i’m being punished.

  2. Bill says:

    We are letting immorality take over, not by electing or not electing certain people, but by NOT preaching the gospel. True we should exercise our right to vote, and to vote responsibly, but until we start preaching the true gospel once again, nothing will get better. This election should be an eye opener for the church. It’s time to take the nation back, by using the Gospel. TIME TO WAKE-UP CHURCH!!

    P.S. I didn’t know you wasn’t registered to vote!And I’ve been giving Angel and Mom a hard time.

  3. bones says:

    sad ain’t it! 36 years old and never voted. i guess i never realized how much not voting can hurt.

  4. Very good! — which is to say very Godly/Biblical. More on our site like this — Hope you visit/comment. Before election saw article by founder of “Charisma” magazine headlined: “Life As We Know It Will End If Obama Is Elected.” This caused me to think that if this is true, then this person (Stephen Strang) didn’t have much of a life to begin with. Fear is not a fruit of the Christian spirit. In fact, among those in the Lake of Fire are the “fearful.” No Christian can be both fearful and faithful. No way.

    John Lofton, Editor,

    Recovering Republican

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