Will You Be a “Difference Maker?”
Because the majority of followers of Fabufit are Christians, I feel convicted to write this post with honesty. The midterm elections are right around the corner. These elections have tremendous stakes on the line. I want to be a “difference maker”. Former Representative, Michelle Bachmann, talks about how the “difference makers” made such a difference in the outcome of the 2016 Elections. She has been the guest speaker on a series of daily TV broadcasts at KCM.org the week of September 25, 2018. You can go to this site and find each day’s broadcast. Just click the Watch tab and scroll on down to find the Faith for Our Nation series. They are so informative.
Honestly, in my younger and middle adult years, I had no interest in politics and seldom voted. I didn’t understand what a precious gift the right to vote in America is. I didn’t understand that when I didn’t vote, my “nonvote” counted in the wrong direction. I must also honestly tell you that I certainly was never a fan of Donald Trump….until I began to pray and to see his heart for American and for the Christian principles that our nation was built on.
“Believers need to vote for a biblical direction in the upcoming midterm elections. There are two major political parties in the United States: the Democrats and the Republicans. The emerging Democratic Socialistic Party is demanding radical changes. The midterm election is not a vote of party against party; it is support of biblical government versus non-biblical government.” ~ Michelle Bachmann, Congresswoman Representative
Blessed is the Nation Whose God is the Lord
“For men, for women, for young people, for blacks, for Hispanics, we’ve never had it better economically,” she said. “We’ve never had it better on a foreign policy level. We’ve never had a more pro-life president, a more pro-Israel president.” ~ Michelle Bachmann
“Nor has there been a chief executive “who cares [more] about the religious liberty,” Bachmann, a featured speaker at the values summit, said in the interview, which aired on SiriusXM Progress.”
At the same gathering last year, Bachmann explained in an interview how Trump had become a “man of faith” who “asked God for help and for wisdom.”
As Trump cultivated celebrityhood through coverage in tabloids and with his reality TV show “The Apprentice,” he was never associated with any religious movement. But Bachmann, in her comments last year, said Vice President Mike Pence had assured her of Trump’s religiosity.”