Nov. 3, 2020 is Election Day in the United States of America.
Millions of people will have already voted when the polls opened today.
And yet, there are others who are standing in long lines to cast a vote for the president of the United States, members of Congress, and certain provisions on taxes and other issues of concern to various communities nationally
There has been much attention surrounding this election cycle because of the COVID-19 pandemic. Meanwhile, there have been street riots and general anxiety, as well as all forms of evil.
Malcious deeds impacting an already divided country.
But, assuredly, the phrase for today is actually "fear not."
Many Americans would like four more years with a president who believes in bringing prayer to the White House; who believes in protecting and defending the unborn; who believes that we all bleed the same; that we should be leaders for peace — globally; and that, as Americans, we should be treated with dignity.
I certainly believe that many Americans, regardless of political affiliations, believe all of this. However, the issues today are not simply political.
"For we wrestle not with flesh and blood but principalities, powers, and spiritual wickedness in high places," (Ephesians 6:12).
Obviously, we as Americans have fought over skin-color for far too long.
As Acts 17:26 tells us, we are one blood, one human race.
In my best efforts to outline my reasons for supporting our 45th president who believes in the sanctity of life from the womb to the tomb, I have also presented, for the purpose of this column, the perspectives of why Blacks would do well under a second four years of President Trump.
Along with using my bully pulpit for messages like "Why Trump?" and "We're Not Colorblind," I have documentation from respected voices around America who support similar or compatible perspectives.
Here are 22 reasons why Dr. Boyce Watkins makes a case.
Finally, at the end of every day, those of us who love God must continue to pursue life, liberty, and the pursuit of happiness — from womb to tomb.
Please remember, whatever the outcomes of human political endeavor turn out to be — God is still God.
Pray for America.
Dr. Alveda C. King grew up in the civil rights movement led by her uncle, Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. She is director of African-American outreach for Priests for Life and Gospel of Life Ministries. Her family home in Birmingham, Ala., was bombed, as was her father's church office in Louisville, Ky. Alveda herself was jailed during the open housing movement. Read Dr. Alveda C. King's Reports — More Here.
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