Wednesday, November 05, 2008

Post-election thoughts, and more ramblings.

Otherwise known as Day 5 of NaBloPoMo.

This is my last political-ish post. I think.

Jon stole my thunder. So I will just quote him and be done with it. "God is sovereign. God is good. He will provide and He has provided. Everything is going to be alright."

For those of you who didn't catch it, here are John McCain's remarks from last night. Very Classy Speech.

I am more than a little worried about the future of this country. I will be praying for the new president, because he does have a very hard job to do. I am worried about his promise to sign the Freedom of Choice Act as one of his very first actions. He got a 100% rating from NARAL. Urgh. I really am not a one-issue voter, but his very liberal stance against life is more than a little concerning for me. Check out this rant about the issue. Warning, she calls a spade a spade.

But God can change the hearts and minds of even the hardest and stubbornest of people. Obama claims to be a Christian, so I will continue to storm Heaven for wisdom for the President-elect as he prepares to lead our country.


Recovering Sociopath said...

Then there's this.

It contains an interesting set of predictions, although I'm skeptical of #5. Human beings have a limitless capacity for self-deception. My dad was reminding me today of Jim Jones.

Kristie said...

We did have similar thoughts, didn't we? I'm so wedded to being optimistic because I know deep in my soul that God is sovereign, and nothing bad has happened yet, so why be glum? My optimism may be flushed away January 20th, but I'm sure going to be praying that somehow between now and then Barack Obama gets sold out for Jesus.