I cannot vote my conscience.
I must vote His heart.
For ways higher than mine
For love outside my scope
For freedom beyond liberty
For imperfection seeking truth
For weakness seeking strength
For injury seeking justice
For gracious discipline
For fierce protection
For tender authority
For Him who is
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7 thoughts on “For, not against”
This is a beautiful poem. “For tender authority” struck me in a wonderful way. I wrote of trusting God in a much more long winded way….I couldn’t finish in 5 minutes. You nailed it! I’m working on following His guidance in all things. Thank you for your words. A beautiful way to wake up. Jennifer, FMF Neighbor
This week’s prompt was such a good reminder for us all to cast our vote prayerfully.
Amen. So beautifully spoken and so very very true. Thank you so much for sharing. Visit from FMF #11
beautifully written. yes, our vote matters and it is a privilege and responsibility to be taken seriously. thank you for sharing this.
You inspired some thought, and this…hope you like it.
It’s the old election story,
happens again, time after time.
I have got to vote His glory,
not that of flag or Prez…or mine.
There may really be no ‘best’,
and maybe conscience has to lose,
but this perhaps is God’s own test
to make me pray and think and choose
the dude (dudette?) who’ll hold to Him
through temptation of good times,
and when things are really grim,
hell’s bells more than distant chimes.
God, bless my little cotton socks…
here goes, it’s in the ballot box!
His heart is LIFE.
So true! Every time I read verses like Isaiah 10:1-4, I am reminded again that God wants us to fight for justice and equality for everyone–especially the weakest among us.