Don’t ever say “God’s people should have no place in political
activity.” They should just have the right place.
Abraham was told he would be the Father of a great nation. This is
government at the beginning.
Joseph was raised up by God to be second in command in the most
powerful nation of his time.
Moses was “The Lawgiver.” Most of his laws are still on the legal
books of our day.
Daniel, by his influence, changed a king and his kingdom.
Isaiah, Jeremiah, and the prophets spoke against the bad politicians
of their day and called their nation back to God.
David was king of Israel.
Esther interfered in the affairs of state and saved her people,
daring to confront a king. “If I perish, I perish,” was her
I’ve heard politicians say, “You preachers take care of your
religion; we will take care of government.” But how will we “take
care of our religion” if we lose the right to practice it? If we
cannot witness in the workplace, take a Bible to school, or write a
report about Jesus?
It’s time for another Martin Luther King to deliver an “I have a
dream” speech. He will say, “I, too, have a dream that one day there
will be such a spiritual awakening that we won’t have to worry about
prayer in the schools because our young adult families will impact
their school, neighborhoods, cities, states, and nation with
“I, too, have a dream that America will repent of its national sin
of killing the unborn child, and end this bottomless hatred it has
for its own country.”
May that dream come true.