No one asks "Should Christians vote?" anymore. We realize that it is not only our duty but it is crucial to the survival of everything we believe in.
Many however do ask, "How should a Christian vote?" The answer is not hard if you understand the priorities that every Christian should have in a national vote.
Those priorities are:
Job or Economy
However, this is not how most Christians vote. Their
priorities are no different from the world's:
Correct priorities come from a correct understanding of who
God is. That is an understanding that God holds all the other
priorities under His control. Since this is the case then we
should seek to vote as God leads us in His word, according to
principles of morality, righteousness and faith.
With this foundation in place it is easy to vote correctly.
Your choices are made not upon popularity but upon what the
candidate and especially his party stands for. In the case
of American politics in the last 30 years only one party
and it's candidates have stood against abortion and
homosexuality while standing for the true family.
I know candidates are only human and even worse they are
politicians, and therefore compromisers, but what they say
before they are elected leads us to expect what they will
do after they are elected.
Simply put vote a straight ticket, vote a moral ticket.
It's not complicated and it's the way real Christians who
expect to stand before God one day should vote.
Can you imagine standing before God and trying to defend your vote
for a party or candidate which condoned the murder of
unborn children and the annihilation of the family as we
The only thing more shameful would be not voting
at all and letting the ungodly rule by your default.