End The Trump Cult 

If even just 5% of evangelical Christians who voted for Trump in 2016 don’t vote for him this year, he can’t win.

We must invest time into reaching those voters.

Because a deal with Trump is a deal with the devil.

To Those One Issue Voters: Abortion


The Devil himself could easily come to Earth in human form and cloak himself in the declaration that he is “anti-abortion.” He is the master of manipulation; doing something like that is peanuts in comparison to what he is capable of. Do you want to know the scariest thing about that hypothetical? A lot of Christians would proudly vote for him and proudly support him.

You need to ask yourself a very serious question…

Are you one of my brothers or sisters who would vote for Satan?

As Christians we are called to fight for justice, speak up for the voiceless, and preach the Word of God throughout all of the Earth. Nowhere in the Bible does it say we are called to elect an official who embodies the opposite of Christ in order to seek justice. Nowhere in the Bible does it say that we are called to support a person who speaks up for the voiceless in one breath, but then silences the masses, belittles anyone who disagrees with him, lies, bullies, gaslights, and manipulates in the next breath. American Christians are treating sin and evil as if it were a tool to be used to get what they want.

There is a very real, contradicting truth in regards to this line of thinking by the average American Christian, though:

Actively supporting evil or turning a blind eye to evil is not a means to an end in the Bible. It is always because of evil and sin that our plans must be changed. We must never use evil to further our plans -- no matter how noble and biblically-correct those plans are.

People who actively support and use evil in this way are the same people who do not inherit the Kingdom of Heaven. They carry the same motivation that the Pharisees did back in Jesus’ time on Earth.

If we are to support or use evil in any way, that means that we condone evil. God does not condone evil and He does not tell us to condone or accept it either. He sent His one and only Son to die on the Cross as a sacrifice because He does not condone sin/evil. That is what He thinks of evil… Jesus had to die because of the evil in our world, but that is for a different letter.

Something that I have heard often as a rebuttal is the following quote:

“But God works everything (sin, evil, weapons formed against us, etc.) to His good!” (A paraphrase of Romans 8:28)

This is true, but is also a very dangerous misrepresentation of what that portion of scripture truly means. What the Apostle Paul means is that God is in control and can use what Satan meant for evil to further His Purpose here on Earth. That does not mean that we get to go out and use evil as a tool to get a morally, biblically just outcome. If we do that, then we are no better than non-believers who use anything necessary to further their agendas. In fact, we are worse because we are doing it in the name of Christ.

Back to my initial paragraph… I am going to do a blind comparison here for you and I think you will find it both intriguing and very helpful in your voting decision this November.

Character Traits/Moral Policies of Individual #1

• Proud

• Deceitful

• Power-Hungry

• Arrogant

• Greedy

• Angry

• Selfish

• Murderous

• Sexually Immoral

• Ties himself to knowledge/belief in God

• Anti-human rights

• Anti-love

Character Traits/Moral Policies of Individual #2

• Proud

• Manipulative

• Arrogant

• Power-Hungry

• Greedy

• Adulterous

• Anti-Abortion

• Filled with Lust

• Selfish

• Ties himself to belief in God

• Loud & Combative

• Impulsive

Character Traits/Moral Policies of Individual #3

• Empathetic

• Pro-Choice

• Pro-LGBTQ+

• Protective of Poor People

• Pro-Immigrant (illegal and legal)

• Poor with words

• Identifies as a Christian and Attends Church Regularly

Character Traits/Moral Policies of Individual #4

• Loving

• Full of Joy

• Peaceful

• Patient

• Kind

• Compassionate

• Empathetic

• Exhibits Self-Control

• Gentle

• Trustworthy/Faithful

As a Christian, who would you vote for?  As a Christian, who should you vote for?

Two of these individuals are the presidential candidates for the 2020 election here in America. One is the Holy Spirit. The other is Satan.

Can you guess which one is Satan? Does it even matter which one is Satan if the first two individuals are so aligned in character?

The third individual does not have the greatest track record, nor does he line up with all of the fruits of the Holy Spirit, but at least his core character does not line up with Satan.

There will never be a politician whose character 100% lines up with the Fruit of the Spirit. There will be politicians whose character lines up with the Fruit of the Devil.

When it comes to voting as a Christian, abortion cannot be the make-or-break issue that you vote on.

If it is, you just might end up voting for someone with the character of Satan.