Yesterday, as part of Restoring Love weekend, I went to the Dallas Under God: Indivisible event. I wanted to post the videos from the event, but they're not yet online (GBTV has the full event, for subscribers, here). In the meantime, however, I want to share the biggest message message I took from the event.
Conservatives need to pray, and Christians need to vote; it's really that simple.
The most quoted line of scripture last night was 2 Chronicles 7:14: "If my people, which are called by my name, shall humble themselves, and pray, and seek my face, and turn from their wicked ways; then I will hear from heaven, and will forgive their sin, and will hear their land. (KJV)." If you believe the government is out of control, and it is, then step on is to turn to God. If we can get back on His side, then He will take care of the rest; I'm more convinced of that than I've EVER been.
After we pray, then we need to register, then we need to vote. The voting statistics for Biblically observant Christians are pathetic. One-third of Christians aren't registered to vote, and another third don't bother to show up at the polls. That translates to 15 to 20 million people. It's worth noting that the Left is already mocking these efforts, so it must terrify them.
As Glenn Beck said last night: "If these men [meaning America's Pastors, Priests, and Rabbis] come forward with the sword of righteousness, the world's leaders will pee their pants." Amen to that.