Final Thoughts On Acts 1:4-8 about the Christian vote.
They believe that through the political, they’ll “vote in the Kingdom.” That is, the Kingdom of God will arrive through voting, the political process. Through picking Christian leaders for President, Vice President, Senator, House Representative, Governor, etc., they’ll usher in God’s Government that is eternal. But the Lord didn’t tell the Jews nor us to “go and make Republican voters”. He told us to be His witnesses, to go and make disciples. And He didn’t tell us to “wait for voting power from on high,” but to wait for Holy Spirit power from on high.
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