With Election Day less than 24 hours away, conservative Christians are sending a crucial message: remain steadfast in prayer, stand up for His principles (Matthew 5:16), and vote.
Bishop Aubrey Shines: Division is not the answer
Bishop Aubrey Shines, founder of Conservative Clergy of Color, said race and the violent riots of this past summer will factor into presidential election. Under the leadership of Bishop Shines, CCC has been relentlessly pushing back against the anti-American narrative of Critical Race Theory and historical falsehoods like “The 1619 Project” being pushed by the Black Lives Matter movement and its allies.
“This year has seen a violent, Marxist collective rear its head and turn what began as legitimate calls for police reform into an aggressive campaign to fundamentally restructure our country. They call themselves Black Lives Matter, but they’ve burned the property and businesses of Black and Whites alike and maligned any Blacks who stray from their narrative,” Shines said.
“As we’ve moved closer to Election Day, it’s become clear they will not stop using intimidation tactics to get what they want. Whatever the outcome of this election, we must come together as our forebears of the Civil Rights era did to constructively change laws and policy. It is my fervent hope and prayer we can reconcile in spite of our differences to create a more perfect union as described in our Constitution.”
Dan Celia: The economy is facing uncertainty, but the Lord has the election under control
PHILADELPHIA – Nationally syndicated host and biblical investing authority Dan Celia encourages Christian Patriots to vote prayerfully and remember Who is in charge.
“Certainly on the eve of one of the most important elections in the nation’s history, we have a lot of things we could be thinking about both economically and politically, that is for sure,” said Celia, who hosts the syndicated show Financial Issues “This is a day for American Patriots, born again Patriots, to get up, put their prayers on and put their attitude of battling for the Lord on. Waiting in line, sitting in line, we’re doing what is necessary to make sure our vote is cast.
“We go to the polls with a sense of boldness and unwavering steadfastness, for we know for certain that the Lord is in this election, as He is all elections, as He is in all things.”
Celia notes that uncertainty is not the best situation for the economy. He said regardless of a Trump re-election or a Biden victory, the economy is going to struggle.
“Markets don’t like uncertainty. Right now, there is uncertainty as to when a decision will be made. Will it be three days, three weeks? Will it be immediately?”
“The question is – how quickly will they deteriorate under new leadership, or how much stronger can they get under the current leadership? All of this means volatility and uncertainty. It’s why we sit tight as far as markets go and stand and walk firmly in our patriotism and with our vote.”
Jonathan Cahn Calls for Day of Prayer and Fasting on Election Day
Jonathan Cahn, author of is this year’s runaway bestseller, “The Harbinger II: The Return,” Cahn is calling on all Americans to pray and fast on Election Day, Tuesday, Nov. 3, given the very high stakes for the country after a dramatic year of what Cahn calls “the shakings” – something for which his book, “The Harbinger II: The Return,” provides prophetic, biblical explanations.
“This year of 2020 has been a most pivotal year. Now we stand at the precipice, approaching the most pivotal election of our lifetime,” says Cahn. “It will determine the future of this nation and even of the world.”
Adds Cahn ominously, “This election will either extend the window of grace America has to return to the Lord—or it will shut that window and seal its departure from God and its progression to judgment. For those who know the biblical template of national judgment I have written of in my ‘Harbinger’ books, the danger of judgment coming to America is very real.” Cahn believes “our national fabric is in danger of unraveling.”
For these reasons, Cahn says that “beyond voting at the ballot box, the most powerful thing we can do is to vote in the presence of God with prayers and intercession. Therefore, I am compelled to call for a Day of Prayer and Fasting on the exact day of decision – Nov. 3, 2020. Let us make this Election Day, the day of God’s election, the Day of Prayer and Fasting.”
“If we do nothing to oppose the darkness, to shine the light, then we will be accountable before God, for the fate of the lost, for the next generation, and for the blood of millions. If you are able to vote,” he says, directly addressing Americans, “you must.”