Should Christians Vote For Romney?

28 Apr

Franklin Graham says it’s OK to vote for a Mormon for president. Graham said that Mitt Romney’s Mormon faith “doesn’t bother me at all,” and said voters should elect a president based on the candidates’ qualifications for the job, first and foremost. He’s got to be kidding! In an interview, Graham called the 2012 election “the most critical election of my lifetime” and said, “You can have the nicest guy and he can be a Christian and just wonderful but have absolutely no clue as to how to run a country, you don’t want that.”

Wow, so it’s more profitable to elect a man who belongs to a cult that has heretical teachings as long as he knows something about politics then it is to elect a man who’s a born-again believer in Jesus Christ. Such a man has God on his side. Such a man can do all things through Christ who strengthens him. (Philippians 4:13) Such a man is in right standing with God. Why on earth would a Christian vote against a child of God and instead vote for a member of one of the worlds largest cults that has blasphemous beliefs?

 

Franklin Graham also said that Christians need to pray for leaders in the U.S., and that we need people “who will put God’s standards above everything else and who will take us back to the God of our fathers.”

 

 Mormons believe that God is just one god among zillions. That Jesus is just another god and satan’s brother.That God and Jesus were once human like us and had to obey and progress to be where they are now. The Mormon mantra is: “As God is, man may become.” Do we Christians want a president who believes these things to lead and pray for our country? Mormons have no fear of God. They believe they can become gods someday. They have no fear of hell. They know nothing about the paid in full sacrifice of Christ’s death on the cross and that salvation is a free gift by the grace of God.That we are saved by grace and not of works.  Instead, Mormons believe in obeying their church, all the rules and regulations, the countless number of commandments given by their church and doing a myriad of good works in the hope that such works and obedience will make them good enough to achieve the highest heaven. But Jesus said no one is good but God! Without the righteousness of Christ, we cannot please God. It’s all about Jesus’ righteousness, not ours! Mormons are not born-again. The Bible says that the wages of sin is death. Mormons are still dead in their sins. Their church cannot save them. Only Jesus Christ can!

If you’re a Christian, saved by the blood of Christ, and considering voting for Romney, let me ask you this: Why in the world would you want a man who knows nothing about the forgiveness of sins, who’s still an enmity of God which the bible says the world is, why would you vote for and put your trust in such a man to lead your country???

 

I want a president who prays to the One True God. Who reads the Holy Bible, believing it’s the the only inspired word of God and not unholy books like the Book of Mormon. A man whose  prayers I know God hears. A man of God who hears from God.  (John 10:27) Not a man who believes he may one day be a god himself.

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17 Responses to “Should Christians Vote For Romney?”

  1. Christopher C. Randolph April 28, 2012 at 6:10 pm #

    Then vote for Obama.

  2. Robert Nielsen April 28, 2012 at 11:07 pm #

    What happened to respecting others religions?

    • justoneblogger April 29, 2012 at 11:04 am #

      Thank you for commenting.

      How many “religions” did Jesus say there are to be? He said if you love me, you will follow me. You will confess with your mouth that I Am LORD.

      Christ never instituted religions filled with rituals whereby men may elevate themselves..

      Since Jesus said He is the ONLY way to God and eternal life, any “religion” that teaches differently is not of God.

      • justoneblogger April 29, 2012 at 11:15 am #

        I am going to use human analogy here. Let’s say you have a disease and you went to a doctor. He gives you the perfect and only remedy that will cure you and save your life. But you’re skeptical and you decide to see other doctors and get their opinions. These other doctors offer you alternatives that either do not work or are bad for you, making you more seriously ill or could even kill you.

        Would any of you respect these dangerous and useless doctors? Of course not. You would go to the first doctor. The doctor who is the ONLY one that can save your life.Then you would tell all your family friends and perhaps even strangers to stay away from these false doctors who cannot help anybody and could even harm them.

  3. Robert Nielsen April 29, 2012 at 12:48 pm #

    But how can we possibly know which is the right religion? Isn’t is a simple fact that 99% of people are members of the religion they were born into? Isn’t it a bit harsh blaming Romney for the fact his parents decided to raise him Mormon? I’m sure the only reason we believe in your denomination is because you were born into it like everyone else

    • justoneblogger April 29, 2012 at 2:05 pm #

      Thank you for commenting. I was born and raised in Roman Catholicism as were many of my ancestors. One day a girl shared with me the Gospel of Jesus Christ and my life was altered forever. I left the Catholic church and have never looked back.

      As for denominations, it isn’t a church that saves us. It’s Jesus Christ and Him alone.We are not to follow a “religion.” We are to follow Jesus Christ and make Him our LORD and Savior.

      • Robert Nielsen April 29, 2012 at 3:10 pm #

        Just out of curiosity which denomination did you join? Don’t Catholics also believe in Jesus? (I too was raised a Catholic)

      • justoneblogger April 29, 2012 at 4:11 pm #

        At the Judgement Seat of Christ, our LORD is not going to tell us we could not help what denom we were born into and thus we’re innocent. He will not make excuses for us. He will not say we didn’t know any better and therefore we are off the hook. No,To every one who gave allegiance to a religious cult, He will say “Depart from me! I never knew you!”

        Each and every one of us will be held accountable. We must choose this day whom we will serve. If a man is not serving Jesus, he’s serving the god of this world: satan. Jesus said we must be born again! Roman Catholicism does not teach being born-again. It downplays Christ’s role and elevates Mary. It sacrifices Christ over and over again at every Mass.

        Mormonism does not teach being born-again.

        I don’t adhere to any denomination. God does not care about denominations. He wants our hearts and a relationship with us.The RCC keeps us from that relationship.

    • terry Maloney June 13, 2012 at 1:12 pm #

      I was not born into my Faith.. I do not belong to a religion..I am a Christian.. as to whether Catholics are Christian or not depends entirely on two things.. Is Jesus Christ their Sovereign Lord over and above any and all others/
      This includes Mary, the Pope and any other individual living or dead.
      The Bible teaches “Jesus is “the way the truth and the Life…noone comes to the Father but by me!”
      Anyone who believes there is another route or another guide other than Jesus..is purely mistaken.

  4. Robert Nielsen April 29, 2012 at 4:32 pm #

    So anyone who disagrees with you is going to suffer for eternity. Harsh

    • justoneblogger April 29, 2012 at 8:22 pm #

      Not my words but what God’s word says.

    • terry Maloney June 13, 2012 at 1:06 pm #

      sorry.. not His words..God’s .. and God is harsh with those who reject Him and His Son..
      Forever is a LOOOONG time to burn.

  5. terry Maloney June 13, 2012 at 1:05 pm #

    See Galatians 1 8-9 those verses clearly reject voting for any Mormon.

  6. terry maloney June 13, 2012 at 4:38 pm #

    why do you reject replies which disagree with you.. clearly partisan.

    • terry maloney June 13, 2012 at 4:43 pm #

      sorry guess your moderating is a bit slow.

      • justoneblogger June 15, 2012 at 11:00 am #

        Sorry but I had a family emergency.

    • justoneblogger June 15, 2012 at 10:59 am #

      I don’t reject replies because they voice a different opinion. I had a family situation and was away from the computer for awhile.

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