It is a Christian’s duty to vote. And when they vote, they should be informed voters. In other words, they should know where the candidates stand on the issues, and then they should vote their values, beliefs, and convictions. As a public service, we are presenting the Republican and Democrat party platforms side by side on the moral issues facing the nation. You can read and compare what the parties say in their own words about where they stand. In addition to the excerpts below, you can read the full party platforms HERE (RNC) and HERE (DNC).
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On March 30, 1863, in the midst of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln called for a national day of prayer and fasting, in which he addressed what he called the need for “our national reformation as a whole people.”
“We have grown in numbers, wealth and power as no other nation has ever grown. But we have forgotten God,” Lincoln said, adding that it was our duty “to humble ourselves before the offended Power, to confess our national sins and to pray for clemency and forgiveness….”
How can we as Americans in 2016 do any less? AFA is joining countless churches, organizations, and individuals in calling for a national day of prayer and fasting. It is time that we, as Christians, recognize our need to repent of our own wickedness and cry out to the Lord for forgiveness – and that He might heal our broken land (2 Chronicles 7:14).