Suppose I was
a candidate for president…or any office, for that matter…suppose I answered the Press questions with Biblical
answers. If any one of them wanted my answers, they’d have to go to a Bible to get them. For your convenience, I’ll
give the answers here as briefly as possible, because otherwise, many of you would do as the Press; leave me in the dust!
Suppose they wanted to know my feelings on marriage.
I’d answer with, "Romans 1:26-27...(women with women, men with men, is against nature).
To the question of global warming, I’d say, "2nd Peter
3:7-12; (The heavens and the earth shall be burned up--at the end of time).
Asking about my health, I might tell them, "1st Timothy 4:8; (Bodily exercise profited
little). As for individual or nations protecting themselves, and gun control: (He that hath no sword, let him sell his garment
and buy one).
would be bound to ask what I think of the national debt, and I probably would say, Romans 13:8 (Owe no man anything)."
And on the question of welfare, I might say 1st Timothy 5:8 (if any provide not for his own, he is worse than an infidel).
The Press probably would save one of the best for
last: my feeling on abortion, and I’d probably quote Galations 1:15 (The Apostle Paul’s words: "God separated
me from my mother’s womb"). Or the words of God Himself to Jeremiah 1:5: (Before I formed thee in the belly I
knew thee). For the rest of the questions, I’d just say, "Read the book of Revelation."
I’m thinking that the only TV channel other
than the religious ones, that would decipher and put on the air what those Biblical quotations say, would be Fox News. I
notice they don’t mind using the words "God" and "Christ," and even "prayer" on the air.
Never mind the vote tally;
God’s vote is good enough for me.